T H E C O M M O N W E A L T H OF M A S S A C H U S E T T S




In the Year Two Thousand and Three


          AN ACT MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2004 FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF THE DEPARTMENTS, BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, INSTITUTIONS, AND CERTAIN ACTIVITIES OF THE COMMONWEALTH, FOR INTEREST, SINKING FUND, AND SERIAL BOND REQUIREMENTS, AND FOR CERTAIN PERMANENT IMPROVEMENTS.

          Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:
 
SECTION 1. To provide for the maintenance of the several departments, boards, commissions, institutions, and other services, for certain permanent improvements, and to meet certain requirements of law, the sums set forth as state appropriations in sections 2 and 3 for the several purposes and subject to the conditions specified in sections 2 and 3 are hereby appropriated from the General Fund unless specifically designated otherwise, subject to the provisions of law regulating the disbursement of public funds and the approval thereof, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004. The sums set forth as federal appropriations in section 2 for the several purposes and subject to the conditions specified in section 2 are hereby appropriated from the General Federal Grants Fund, subject to the provisions of law regulating the disbursement of public funds and the approval thereof, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004; provided, that federal funds received in excess of the amount appropriated in section 2 shall be expended only in accordance with the provisions of section 6B of chapter 29 of the General Laws; and provided further, that the amounts of any unexpended balances of federal grant funds received prior to June 30, 2003, and not included as part of an appropriation item in section 2, are hereby made available for expenditure during fiscal year 2004, in addition to any amounts appropriated in section 2. Appropriations within section 2 are made at the sub account level within an overall master account structure, so called; provided further, that notwithstanding the provisions of any general or special law to the contrary, cabinet secretaries, including the secretary of the commonwealth and the treasurer and receiver-general, or their designees, are hereby authorized to transfer up to 5 per cent or $250,000, whichever is less, of the amount appropriated in a budgetary direct appropriation sub account in section 2 to other budgetary direct appropriation sub accounts within the master account, with 10 day prior notification to the secretary of administration and finance; provided further, that an additional 20 per cent or $1,000,000, whichever is less, of the amount appropriated in a budgetary direct appropriation sub account in section 2 may be transferred to other budgetary direct appropriation sub accounts within the master account, subject to prior approval by the secretary of administration and finance and prior notification to the house and senate committees on ways and means; provided further, that an additional 25 per cent or $1,250,000, whichever is less, of the amount appropriated in a budgetary direct appropriation sub account in this section may be transferred to other budgetary direct appropriation sub accounts within the master account 20 days after notification to the secretary of administration and finance and the house and senate committees on ways and means where no written denial of said transfer has been received; provided further, that an additional 50 per cent or $2,500,000, whichever is less, of the amount appropriated in a budgetary direct appropriation sub account in this section may be transferred to other budgetary direct appropriation sub accounts within the master account with prior approval from the secretary of administration and finance and the house and senate committees on ways and means. Notwithstanding the provisions of any general or special law to the contrary, the agencies to which amounts are appropriated in section 2 from the Intragovernmental Service Fund are hereby authorized to expend said amounts for the provision of goods and services to agencies receiving appropriations in section 2; provided, that all such expenditures shall be accompanied by a corresponding transfer of funds from an appropriation in section 2 to the Intragovernmental Service Fund; provided further, that no expenditure shall be made from the Intragovernmental Service Fund which would cause said fund to be in deficit at the close of fiscal year 2004; provided further, that any balance remaining in the Intragovernmental Service Fund at the close of fiscal year 2004 shall be transferred to the General Fund; provided further, that Intragovernmental Service Fund appropriations shall be exempt from fringe and indirect cost charges pursuant to section 6B of chapter 29 of the General Laws; and provided further, that agencies with Intragovernmental Service Fund spending authorization may retain and expend an additional 10 per cent of said revenues collected after 10-day notification to the secretary of administration and finance, the comptroller, and the house and senate committees on ways and means. All sums appropriated under this act, including supplemental and deficiency budgets, shall be expended in a manner reflecting and encouraging a policy of nondiscrimination and equal opportunity for members of minority groups, women and handicapped persons. All officials and employees of an agency, board, department, commission or division receiving monies under this act shall take affirmative steps to ensure equality of opportunity in the internal affairs of state government, as well as in their relations with the public, including those persons and organizations doing business with the commonwealth. Each agency, board, department, commission or division, in spending appropriated sums and discharging its statutory responsibilities, shall adopt measures to ensure equal opportunity in the areas of hiring, promotion, demotion or transfer, recruitment, layoff or termination, rates of compensation, in-service or apprenticeship training programs and all terms and conditions of employment. Any section, item or any portion of this act shall not give rise, nor shall it be construed as giving rise, to any enforceable right or entitlement not otherwise provided by general or special law or regulation.
Section 1A - Revenue by Source and Fund
 
 
SECTION 1A. In accordance with Articles LXIII and CVII of the Articles of Amendment to the Constitution of the Commonwealth and section 6D of chapter 29 of the General Laws, it is hereby declared that the amounts of revenue set forth in this section by source for the respective funds of the commonwealth for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2004, are necessary and sufficient to provide the means to defray the appropriations and expenditures from such funds for said fiscal year as set forth and authorized in section 2. The comptroller shall keep a distinct account of actual receipts from each such source by each such fund, furnish the executive office for administration and finance and the house and senate committees on ways and means with quarterly statements comparing such receipts with the projected receipts set forth herein, and include a full statement comparing such actual and projected receipts in the annual report for said fiscal year pursuant to section 12 of chapter 7A of the General Laws; provided, that such quarterly and annual reports shall also include detailed statements of any other sources of revenue for the budgeted funds in addition to those specified in this section.
 
Fiscal Year 2004 Revenue by Source and Budgeted Fund (in Millions)
 
Source All
Budgeted
Funds
General
Fund
Highway
Fund
MBTA Convention
Center

Tax Revenue
Alcohol. Bev. 65.6 65.6 0.0 0.0 0.0
Cigarettes 443.8 443.8 0.0 0.0 0.0
Corporations 628.2 628.2 0.0 0.0 0.0
Deeds 143.9 143.9 0.0 0.0 0.0
Estate Inher. 172.1 172.1 0.0 0.0 0.0
Financial Institutions 173.0 173.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Income 8,019.2 8,019.2 0.0 0.0 0.0
Insurance 356.0 356.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Motor Fuels 702.1 102.1 600.1 0.0 0.0
Public Utils. 72.0 72.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Racing 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Room Occupancy 133.9 107.7 0.0 0.0 26.2
Sales-Regular 2,632.9 2,064.9 0.0 563.4 4.6
Sales-Meals 513.3 511.4 0.0 0.0 1.9
Sales-Mot.Veh. 582.3 461.4 0.0 120.9 0.0
Miscellaneous 15.6 4.2 0.0 0.0 11.4
UI Surcharges 24.0 24.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total Taxes 14,678.0 13,349.5 600.1 684.3 44.1

 
Loophole Closings and Sales Tax Adjustment

REITS (Financial Institutions) 40.0 40.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Business Purpose Provisions (Corporate Tax) 50.0 50.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Subsidiary S-Corps (Corporate Tax) 30.0 30.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Interest Related to Tax Payments 28.0 28.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Defining MA Source Income (Income Tax) 1.0 1.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Multi-State Corporate Trusts (Income Tax) 5.0 5.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Out-of-State Sales/Use Provisions (Sales Tax) 2.0 2.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Valuation of used cars (Sales Tax) 10.0 10.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total Changes 166.0 166.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
 
Total Taxes 14,844.0 13,515.5 600.1 684.3 44.1

 
Non-Tax Revenue

Federal Reimbursements 5,014.9 5,014.3 0.7 0.0 0.0
Departmental Revenues 2,293.6 1,537.4 746.7 0.0 9.5
Consolidated Transfers 1,525.1 1,569.0 -43.8 0.0 0.0
GRAND TOTAL 23,677.6 21,636.2 1,303.7 684.3 53.6

Section 1B - Non-Tax Revenue Summary
 
 
SECTION 1B. The comptroller shall keep a distinct account of actual receipts of non-tax revenues by each department, board, commission, or institution, furnish the executive office for administration and finance and the house and senate committees on ways and means with quarterly statements comparing such receipts with the projected receipts set forth herein, and include a full statement comparing such actual and projected receipts in the annual report for fiscal year 2004 pursuant to section 12 of chapter 7A of the General Laws; provided, that such quarterly and annual reports shall also include detailed statements of any other sources of non-tax revenue for the budgeted funds in addition to those specified in this section.

Fiscal Year 2004 Non-Tax Revenue Government Area Summary

Source Unrestricted
Non-Tax
Revenue
Restricted
Non-Tax
Revenue
Total
Non-Tax
Revenue
Judiciary 49,804,510 56,751,758 106,556,268
District Attorneys 0 0 0
Sheriffs 3,138,439 2,710,441 5,848,880
Governor 0 0 0
Secretary of State 331,032,184 305,000 331,337,184
Treasurer 280,343,403 3,653,019 283,996,422
State Auditor 0 0 0
Attorney General 8,647,900 0 8,647,900
Ethics Commission 0 0 0
Campaign Finance 16,500 0 16,500
Comptroller 286,112,075 1,863,817 287,975,892
Administration & Finance 827,730,690 443,631,223 1,271,361,913
Commonwealth Development 521,134,282 7,224,185 528,358,467
Health & Human Services 5,199,100,033 150,448,773 5,349,548,806
Economic Affairs 128,241,064 1,222,850 129,463,914
Education 28,102,988 523,100 28,626,088
Public Safety 455,022,152 37,429,809 492,451,961
Legislature 19,387 0 19,387
Total Non-Tax Revenue 8,118,445,607 705,763,975 8,824,209,582
 
 
SECTION 2. Appropriations for fiscal year 2004 are set out herein below.

 

Judiciary

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the Judiciary 18,403  200  18,603  1,759 
Division of Legal Aid 87,471  130  87,601  10,035 
Court Operations 364,028  1,327  365,355  94,762 
Probation Services 74,068  74,068 

TOTAL       543,970  1,657    545,628  106,556 
 
Administrative Office of the Judiciary 18,603,347
For the operation of the administrative office of the judiciary 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 18,403,347
Direct Appropriations  
   0320-0003   Supreme Judicial Court 7,665,300
   0322-0100   Appeals Court 9,236,289
Retained Revenues 
   0321-0100   Fees from Bar Exam 1,501,758
 
Federal Grant Spending 200,000
   0320-1700   State Court Improvement Program 200,000

 

 
 
Division of Legal Aid 87,600,796
For the operation of the division of legal aid 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 87,470,646
Direct Appropriations  
   0321-1500   Committee for Public Counsel Services 71,470,646
   0321-1600   Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation 6,000,000
Retained Revenues 
   0330-3420   Fees from Indigent Counsel Assignment 10,000,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 130,150
   0301-0860   Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee Trust 45,000
   0321-1604   New England School of Law Trust Fund 6,000
   0321-1606   Training For Public and Private Attorneys 35,000
   0321-1611   Juvenile Advocacy Project 44,150

 

 
 
Court Operations 365,355,169
For the operation of the trial court 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 364,027,996
Direct Appropriations  
   0330-0101   Trial Court Justices' Salaries 43,726,753
   0330-0300   Office of the Chief Justice for Administration and Management 116,288,187
   0331-9000   Superior Court 26,892,680
   0332-9000   District Court 74,943,625
   0333-9000   Probate Court 24,790,709
   0334-9000   Land Court 2,897,292
   0336-9000   Housing Court 4,782,126
   0337-9000   Juvenile Court 24,456,624
Retained Revenues 
   0330-3900   User Fees from Trial Court Law Libraries 250,000
   0339-1006   Fees from Probation Services 45,000,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,287,173
   0330-0335   Statewide Automated Drug Court 85,385
   0332-6110   Suffolk County Drug Courts Enhancement - Brighton District Court 200,000
   0332-6415   Dorchester Domestic Violence Grant 675,788
   0337-0305   Hampden County Juvenile Drug Court 326,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 40,000
   0306-1106   Land Registration Assurance Fund 25,000
   0330-2413   John and Ethel Goldberg V Fund 15,000

 

 
 
Probation Services 74,068,277
For the operation of probation services 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 74,068,277
Direct Appropriations  
   0339-1001   Commissioner of Probation 74,068,277

 

 

 

District Attorneys

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Suffolk District Attorney 13,531  270  13,801 
Northern District Attorney 10,667  277  10,944 
Eastern District Attorney 6,635  425  7,060 
Middle District Attorney 7,390  385  7,776 
Hampden District Attorney 6,226  403  6,629 
Northwestern District Attorney 4,137  316  4,453 
Norfolk District Attorney 6,871  77  6,948 
Plymouth District Attorney 5,588  405  5,993 
Bristol District Attorney 6,020  232  6,252 
Cape and Islands District Attorney 2,717  91  2,808 
Berkshire District Attorney 2,497  18  2,515 
District Attorneys' Association 6,013  158  6,171 

TOTAL       78,293  3,056    81,348 
 
Suffolk District Attorney 13,800,848
For the operation of the Suffolk district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 13,530,848
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0100   Suffolk District Attorney 13,530,848
 
Trust and Other Spending 270,000
   0340-0114   State Forfeiture Funds 200,000
   0340-0115   Federal Forfeiture Funds 70,000

 

 
 
Northern District Attorney 10,944,475
For the operation of the Northern district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 10,667,475
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0200   Northern District Attorney 10,667,475
 
Federal Grant Spending 101,000
   0340-0208   Community Gun Violence Prosecution Program 96,000
   0340-0237   Children's Advocacy Center National Network 5,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 176,000
   0340-0213   Federal Forfeiture Funds 10,000
   0340-0214   State Forfeiture Funds 150,000
   0340-0215   Agency Trust 1,000
   0340-0216   Conference Registration Fees 15,000

 

 
 
Eastern District Attorney 7,059,846
For the operation of the Eastern district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,634,846
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0300   Eastern District Attorney 6,634,846
 
Trust and Other Spending 425,000
   0340-0312   Conference Registration Fees 5,000
   0340-0313   Federal Forfeiture Funds 70,000
   0340-0314   State Forfeiture Funds 350,000

 

 
 
Middle District Attorney 7,775,722
For the operation of the Middle district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 7,390,243
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0400   Middle District Attorney 7,090,243
   0340-0410   UMass Medical Drug Laboratory 300,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 385,479
   0340-0414   State Forfeiture Funds 385,479

 

 
 
Hampden District Attorney 6,628,573
For the operation of the Hampden district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,225,845
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0500   Hampden District Attorney 6,225,845
 
Federal Grant Spending 159,728
   0340-0531   Community Gun Violence Prosecution Program 159,728
 
Trust and Other Spending 243,000
   0340-0514   State Forfeiture Funds 150,000
   0340-0516   Federal Forfeiture Funds 25,000
   0340-0570   Organized Crime Unit 68,000

 

 
 
Northwestern District Attorney 4,453,157
For the operation of the Northwestern district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 4,137,157
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0600   Northwestern District Attorney 4,137,157
 
Federal Grant Spending 161,000
   0340-0665   Persons with Disabilities and Elders Unit Project 161,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 155,000
   0340-0614   State Forfeiture Funds 55,000
   0340-0615   Federal Forfeiture Funds 100,000

 

 
 
Norfolk District Attorney 6,947,529
For the operation of the Norfolk district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,871,029
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0700   Norfolk District Attorney 6,871,029
 
Trust and Other Spending 76,500
   0340-0709   Criminal Prosecution Education 1,500
   0340-0714   State Forfeiture Funds 60,000
   0340-0715   Federal Forfeiture Funds 15,000

 

 
 
Plymouth District Attorney 5,992,964
For the operation of the Plymouth district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 5,587,964
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0800   Plymouth District Attorney 5,587,964
 
Federal Grant Spending 230,000
   0340-0806   Weed and Seed Program 150,000
   0340-0807   Community Gun Violence Prosecution Program 80,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 175,000
   0340-0814   State Forfeiture Funds 175,000

 

 
 
Bristol District Attorney 6,251,608
For the operation of the Bristol district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,020,108
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-0900   Bristol District Attorney 6,020,108
 
Federal Grant Spending 80,000
   0340-0907   Community Gun Violence Prosecution Program 80,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 151,500
   0340-0914   State Forfeiture Funds 96,500
   0340-0915   Federal Forfeiture Funds 55,000

 

 
 
Cape and Islands District Attorney 2,808,483
For the operation of the Cape and Islands district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 2,717,233
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-1000   Cape and Islands District Attorney 2,717,233
 
Trust and Other Spending 91,250
   0340-1014   State Forfeiture Funds 10,000
   0340-1032   Juvenile Diversion Program 2,500
   0340-1050   Federal Forfeiture Funds 78,750

 

 
 
Berkshire District Attorney 2,514,556
For the operation of the Berkshire district attorney's office 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 2,497,056
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-1100   Berkshire District Attorney 2,497,056
 
Trust and Other Spending 17,500
   0340-1114   State Forfeiture Funds 6,500
   0340-1115   Federal Forfeiture Funds 11,000

 

 
 
District Attorneys' Association 6,170,579
For the operation of the district attorneys' association 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,012,879
Direct Appropriations  
   0340-2100   District Attorneys' Association 1,344,906
   0340-2101   Overtime for State Police Assigned to District Attorneys 3,379,377
   0340-8908   District Attorneys' Wide Area Network 1,288,596
 
Trust and Other Spending 157,700
   0340-2105   District Attorneys' Dues 82,700
   0340-2109   District Attorney Personnel Training - Conference Registration 75,000

 

 

 

Sheriffs

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Hampden Sheriff's Department 54,956  250  55,206  1,714 
Worcester Sheriff's Department 37,570  37,570  205 
Middlesex Sheriff's Department 49,033  49,033  1,095 
Franklin Sheriff's Department 6,790  6,790  1,159 
Hampshire Sheriff's Department 10,821  10,821  42 
Essex Sheriff's Department 41,628  41,628  1,598 
Berkshire Sheriff's Department 12,653  12,653  36 

TOTAL       213,450  250    213,700  5,849 
 
Hampden Sheriff's Department 55,206,397
For the operation of the Hampden sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 54,956,397
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0102   Hampden Sheriff's Department 54,220,956
Retained Revenues 
   8910-1000   Fees from Prison Industries 535,441
   8910-2222   Reimbursement from Housing Federal Inmates 200,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 250,000
   8910-0118   Life Skills for Offenders 250,000

 

 
 
Worcester Sheriff's Department 37,569,530
For the operation of the Worcester sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 37,569,530
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0105   Worcester Sheriff's Department 37,569,530

 

 
 
Middlesex Sheriff's Department 49,032,931
For the operation of the Middlesex sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 49,032,931
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0107   Middlesex Sheriff's Department 48,107,931
Retained Revenues 
   8910-0160   Fees from Criminal Alien Assistance Program 850,000
   8910-1100   Fees from Prison Industries 75,000

 

 
 
Franklin Sheriff's Department 6,789,649
For the operation of the Franklin sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,789,649
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0108   Franklin Sheriff's Department 6,139,649
Retained Revenues 
   8910-0188   Reimbursement from Housing Federal Inmates 650,000

 

 
 
Hampshire Sheriff's Department 10,820,603
For the operation of the Hampshire sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 10,820,603
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0110   Hampshire Sheriff's Department 10,820,603

 

 
 
Essex Sheriff's Department 41,627,904
For the operation of the Essex sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 41,627,904
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0619   Essex Sheriff's Department 41,227,904
Retained Revenues 
   8910-6619   Reimbursement from Housing Federal Inmates 400,000

 

 
 
Berkshire Sheriff's Department 12,652,565
For the operation of the Berkshire sheriff's department 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 12,652,565
Direct Appropriations  
   8910-0145   Berkshire Sheriff's Department 12,652,565

 

 

 

Executive Office of the Governor

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office of the Governor 5,432  5,432 
Office of the Solicitor General 24,154  13,682  37,836 

TOTAL       29,586  13,682    43,268 
 
Executive Office of the Governor 5,432,067
For the operation of the executive office of the governor; provided, that the governor is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 5,432,067
Direct Appropriations  
   0411-1000   Executive Office of the Governor 5,432,067

 

 
 
Office of the Solicitor General 37,836,313
For the operation of the office of the solicitor general; provided, that the governor is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 24,153,837
Direct Appropriations  
   0411-1020   Office of the Solicitor General 24,153,837
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 13,682,476
   0411-1021   Chargeback for Solicitor General Attorney Services 13,682,476

 

 

 

Secretary of the Commonwealth

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth 21,319  11,118  32,437  92,607 
Registry of Deeds 16,627  16,627  238,730 

TOTAL       37,946  11,118    49,064  331,337 
 
Administrative Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth 32,436,855
For the operation of the office of the secretary of the Commonwealth; provided, that the secretary is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 21,319,125
Direct Appropriations  
   0321-2205   Suffolk County Social Law Library 1,629,479
   0321-2206   Suffolk County Social Law Library - Electronic Database Project 264,600
   0511-0000   Secretary of the Commonwealth Administration 6,628,293
   0511-0200   Archives Division 532,557
   0511-0230   Records Center 155,985
   0511-0250   Archives Facility 408,848
   0511-0260   Commonwealth Museum 187,390
   0511-0420   Address Confidentiality Program 108,663
   0517-0000   Public Document Printing 849,896
   0521-0000   Elections Division Administration and Expenses of Primaries and Elections 3,377,146
   0521-0001   Central Voter Registration Computer System 4,254,237
   0524-0000   Information to Voters 593,025
   0526-0100   Massachusetts Historical Commission 795,800
   0527-0100   Ballot Law Commission 16,286
   0528-0100   Records Conservation Board 30,884
   1120-4005   George Fingold Library 1,181,036
Retained Revenues 
   0511-0001   Sales from the State House Gift Shop 30,000
   0511-0108   Fees from Software Licenses 275,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 125,000
   0511-0003   Chargeback for Publications and Computer Library Services 25,000
   0511-0235   Chargeback for Records Center Services 100,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 948,930
   0526-0114   Historic Preservation Survey and Planning 748,930
   0526-0115   Massachusetts Historical Commission - Federal Preservation Grants 200,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 10,043,800
   0526-6600   Massachusetts Historical Commission Trust 42,000
   0526-6601   Registers Technological Fund 10,000,000
   0529-1100   Archives Advisory Commission Trust 1,800

 

 
 
Registry of Deeds 16,627,296
For the operation of the registry of deeds; provided, that the secretary of the Commonwealth is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 16,627,296
Direct Appropriations  
   0540-0900   Registries of Deeds 16,627,296

 

 

 

Treasurer and Receiver-General

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General 11,510  1,011,401  1,022,911  119,658 
State Lottery Commission 69,844  69,844  69,727 
Employee Pensions 668,835  16,070  684,905  94,612 
Debt Service 1,593,393  33,238  1,626,631 
Contract Assistance 261,140  261,140 

TOTAL       2,604,723  1,060,709    3,665,432  283,996 
 
Administrative Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General 1,022,911,477
For the operation of the office of the treasurer and receiver-general 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 11,510,477
Direct Appropriations  
   0610-0000   Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General 7,029,289
   0610-0100   Payment of Bank Fees 4,453,880
   0611-1000   Bonus Payments to War Veterans 17,500
   0620-0000   Commission on Firemen's Relief 9,808
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,011,401,000
   0610-0093   A Hero's Welcome Trust Fund 17,000
   0610-3765   Victims of Drunk Driving 120,000
   0610-7245   MBTA Red Line Renovation Assistance 25,000,000
   0611-5012   Special Election Payments 64,000
   0650-1700   Abandoned Property 136,000,000
   0699-8200   Maturing of Certain Serial Bonds 200,000
   6005-9987   MBTA State and Local Contribution Payment 850,000,000

 

 
 
State Lottery Commission 69,843,943
For the operation of the state lottery commission; provided, that the treasurer and receiver-general is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 69,843,943
Direct Appropriations  
   0640-0000   State Lottery Commission - Administration 64,522,388
   0640-0005   State Lottery Commission - Keno 1,233,347
   0640-0010   State Lottery Commission - Advertising 132,549
   0640-0096   State Lottery Commission - Health and Welfare Benefits 302,640
Retained Revenues 
   0640-0001   Lottery Corporate Advertising Revenue for Operations 3,653,019

 

 
 
Employee Pensions 684,905,000
For employee pensions; provided, that the treasurer and receiver-general is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 668,835,000
Direct Appropriations  
   0612-0105   Public Safety Employees Line-of-Duty Death Benefits 500,000
   0612-1010   Commonwealth's Pension Liability Fund 652,335,000
   0612-2000   Miscellaneous Retirement Benefits 16,000,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 16,070,000
   0612-0000   State Board of Retirement Administration 2,800,000
   1108-2058   E-Retirement Project 1,770,000
   1108-4000   Teachers' Retirement Board Administration 5,600,000
   1108-6000   Public Employee Retirement Administration Commission Trust Fund 5,900,000

 

 
 
Debt Service 1,626,630,873
For the payment of interest, discount, and principal on certain bonded debt and the sale of bonds of the commonwealth 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 1,593,393,156
Direct Appropriations  
   0699-0015   Consolidated Long-Term Debt Service 1,435,350,000
   0699-0017   MassPort Notes 6,299,000
   0699-2004   Central Artery/Tunnel Debt Service 56,000,000
   0699-9100   Short-Term Debt Service and Costs of Issuance 20,950,000
   0699-9101   GANs Debt Service 74,698,000
   1599-3234   South Essex Sewerage District Debt Service Assessment 96,156
 
Trust and Other Spending 33,237,717
   0699-8100   Interest Payments on Certain Bonded Debt of the Commonwealth 2,244,000
   0699-8101   Discount on Sale of Bonds - Government Land Bank Fund 1,800
   0699-9102   Convention Center Bonds and BANs 23,875,000
   0699-9103   Massachusetts Convention Center Authority Interest 7,116,917

 

 
 
Contract Assistance 261,140,270
For contract assistance; provided, that the treasurer and receiver-general is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 261,140,270
Direct Appropriations  
   0699-9200   Massachusetts Development Finance Agency Debt Service Assistance 13,283,318
   1599-0035   Massachusetts Convention Center Authority Debt Service Contract Assistance 16,378,338
   1599-0049   Foxborough Contract Assistance 5,337,628
   1599-0050   Route 3 North Contract Assistance 26,777,895
   1599-0093   Water Pollution Abatement Trust Clean Water Contract Assistance 50,948,349
   1599-3837   Water Pollution Abatement Trust Grandfathered Drinking Water Contract Assistance 7,860,000
   1599-3838   Water Pollution Abatement Trust New Drinking Water Projects Contract Assistance 6,844,208
   6000-0104   Massachusetts Turnpike Contract Assistance Debt Service 133,710,534

 

 

 

State Auditor

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the State Auditor 16,265  450  16,715 

TOTAL       16,265  450    16,715 
 
Administrative Office of the State Auditor 16,715,404
For the operation of the office of the state auditor 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 16,265,404
Direct Appropriations  
   0710-0000   Office of the State Auditor 14,380,301
   0710-0100   Division of Local Mandates 585,103
   0710-0200   Bureau of Special Investigations 1,300,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 450,000
   0710-0066   Agreements with Federal Government or State Agencies for Audit Purposes 450,000

 

 

 

Attorney General

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the Attorney General 32,839  1,958  34,797  8,648 

TOTAL       32,839  1,958    34,797  8,648 
 
Administrative Office of the Attorney General 34,797,391
For the operation of the office of the attorney general 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 32,838,894
Direct Appropriations  
   0810-0000   Office of the Attorney General 20,912,969
   0810-0004   Compensation to Victims of Violent Crimes 2,156,000
   0810-0007   Overtime for State Police Assigned to the Attorney General 486,517
   0810-0014   Public Utilities Proceedings 1,397,539
   0810-0017   Judicial Proceedings for Fuel Charge 73,499
   0810-0021   Medicaid Fraud Control Unit 1,820,031
   0810-0045   Wage Enforcement Program 3,079,962
   0810-0201   Merit Rating System 1,378,219
   0810-0338   Automobile Insurance Fraud Investigation and Prosecution 281,200
   0810-0399   Workers' Compensation Fraud Investigation and Prosecution 281,082
   0840-0100   Victim and Witness Assistance Board 381,003
   0840-0101   Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program 590,873
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,908,497
   0810-0026   Crime Victim Compensation 1,100,000
   0810-6658   Weed and Seed Program 175,000
   0840-0110   Victims of Crime Assistance Program 283,497
   0840-0911   September 11th Victims of Crime Assistance Program 350,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 50,000
   0810-7067   Insurance Fraud Prosecution Pilot Program 50,000

 

 

 

State Ethics Commission

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

State Ethics Commission 1,222  1,222 

TOTAL       1,222    1,222 
 
State Ethics Commission 1,221,950
For the operation of the state ethics commission 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 1,221,950
Direct Appropriations  
   0900-0100   State Ethics Commission 1,221,950

 

 

 

Office of Campaign and Political Finance

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Office of Campaign and Political Finance 998  998  17 

TOTAL       998    998  17 
 
Office of Campaign and Political Finance 998,178
For the operation of the office of campaign and political finance 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 998,178
Direct Appropriations  
   0920-0300   Office of Campaign and Political Finance 998,178

 

 

 

Office of the Comptroller

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Administrative Office of the Comptroller 17,335  26,000  43,335  287,976 

TOTAL       17,335  26,000    43,335  287,976 
 
Administrative Office of the Comptroller 43,335,498
For the operation of the office of the comptroller 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 17,335,498
Direct Appropriations  
   1000-0001   Office of the Comptroller Operations 8,228,473
   1599-3384   Court Judgments, Settlements, and Legal Fees 8,000,000
Retained Revenues 
   0910-0210   Fees from Public Purchasing and Public Manager Programs 196,530
   1000-0004   Fees from Vendor Training 25,000
   1000-0005   Fees from Single Audit 750,000
   1000-0006   Fees from Expanded Intercept Program 135,495
 
Trust and Other Spending 26,000,000
   1000-2040   Prior-Year Deficiencies 7,000,000
   1000-3100   Unemployment Compensation Fund and Medical Security Trust 15,000,000
   1000-3382   Liability Management Reduction Fund 4,000,000

 

 

 

Executive Office for Administration and Finance

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Administration and Finance 8,558  2,030  10,588  10,784 
Office of Administrative Hearings 3,223  360  3,583  2,182 
Department of Capital Assets 41,743  5,707  47,449  28,608 
Department of Revenue 183,032  27,186  210,218  85,297 
Division of Local Services 886,941  22  886,963  962,374 
Department of Human Resources 27,149  57,785  84,934  1,034 
Division of Group Benefits 765,881  1,403  767,284  178,914 
Department of Procurement 3,661  9,664  13,325  1,669 
Department of Information Technology 7,352  29,243  36,595  501 

TOTAL       1,927,540  133,399    2,060,939  1,271,362 
 
Executive Office for Administration and Finance 10,587,775
For the operation of the executive office for administration and finance; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 8,557,818
Direct Appropriations  
   1100-1100   Office of the Secretary of Administration and Finance 3,913,636
   1107-2400   Massachusetts Office on Disability 513,836
   1150-5100   Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination Administration 1,083,330
Retained Revenues 
   1150-5104   Fees and Federal Revenue from Discrimination Cases 3,019,516
   1150-5116   Fees from the Discrimination Prevention Certification Program 27,500
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,990,599
   1100-1703   Implementation of the Federal Developmental Disabilities Act 1,556,233
   1100-1710   Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council Service Grant 192,055
   1107-2450   Client Assistance Program 242,311
 
Trust and Other Spending 39,358
   1107-2490   Disability and Business Technical Assistance 32,500
   1107-2491   Partners for Youth with Disabilities 2,000
   1107-2495   Very Special Arts Massachusetts 800
   1150-5102   Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination - Private Grant Awards 4,058

 

 
 
Office of Administrative Hearings 3,583,149
For the operation of the office of administrative hearings; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 3,223,149
Direct Appropriations  
   1110-1000   Office of Administrative Hearings 2,486,768
Retained Revenues 
   1100-1104   Fees from Mediation and Related Services 436,381
   1310-1001   Fees from Tax Assessment Appeals 300,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 300,000
   1100-1108   Chargeback for Dispute Resolution Services 300,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 60,000
   1310-2001   Appellate Tax Board Transcript Deposits 60,000

 

 
 
Department of Capital Assets 47,449,359
For the operation of the department of capital assets; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 41,742,746
Direct Appropriations  
   1102-3206   Maintenance and Security of Surplus State Properties 600,000
   1102-3301   State Office Buildings Operations 7,278,151
   1102-3302   Utilities Costs for State Managed Buildings 4,530,273
   1599-3856   Massachusetts Information Technology Center Rent 7,115,000
   1599-8087   Saltonstall Relocation Costs 9,965,000
Retained Revenues 
   1102-3205   Rent from the Massachusetts Information Technology Center 5,500,000
   1102-3214   Rent from the State Transportation Building 6,100,000
   1102-3231   Rent from the Springfield State Office Building 654,322
 
Trust and Other Spending 5,706,613
   1102-3260   1010 Commonwealth Avenue Trust 264,862
   1102-3261   Surplus Properties Trust Fund 39,500
   1102-3304   State House Special Events Fund 50,000
   1102-3305   Art Conservation Fund 1,100
   1102-3335   State Buildings Operation and Maintenance 150,000
   1102-3337   Hurley State Office Building Operation and Maintenance 2,201,151
   1103-3266   Asbestos Cost Recovery Trust 3,000,000

 

 
 
Department of Revenue 210,218,107
For the operation of the department of revenue; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 183,032,407
Direct Appropriations  
   1201-0100   Department of Revenue Administration 110,080,948
   1201-0160   Child Support Enforcement Division 48,946,765
   1233-2000   Reimbursements for Tax Abatements to Disabled Veterans, Widows, and Elderly 8,400,000
   1233-2010   Reimbursements for Tax Abatements to Elderly Water and Sewer Payers 9,655
   1233-2310   Reimbursements for Tax Abatements to the Elderly 9,890,345
Retained Revenues 
   1201-0164   Federal Reimbursement for Child Support Enforcement 5,704,694
 
Federal Grant Spending 344,156
   1201-0104   Joint Federal/State Motor Fuel Tax Compliance Project 21,687
   1201-0109   Access and Visitation - Parent Education Program 222,469
   1201-1951   Managing Child Support Arrears in Massachusetts 100,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 26,841,544
   1201-0112   Higher Education Student Loan Offset Fund 187,613
   1201-0113   Massachusetts United States Olympic Fund 104,337
   1201-0116   Cape Cod Open Space Land Acquisition 5,750,971
   1201-0117   Child Care Subsidy Study 32,363
   1201-0161   Child Support Enforcement Revolving Fund 4,366,442
   1201-0410   Child Support Enforcement Trust Fund 8,319,329
   1201-0412   Child Support IV-D 222,580
   1201-2286   Massachusetts Community Preservation Trust Fund 357,909
   1233-3300   County Correction Fund 7,500,000

 

 
 
Division of Local Services 886,963,161
For the operation of the division of local services; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein; and provided further, notwithstanding the provisions of section one of this act said secretary shall make no transfers among the appropriations herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 886,940,966
Direct Appropriations  
   0611-5510   Reimbursements to Cities and Towns in Lieu of Taxes on State-Owned Land 172,940,034
   0611-5800   Payments to Cities and Towns for Local Share of Racing Tax Revenues 1,701,250
   0611-5802   Transitional Local Aid Mitigation 293,302,034
Retained Revenues 
   0640-2001   Lottery Distribution to Cities and Towns 418,997,648
 
Trust and Other Spending 22,195
   1231-3573   Division of Local Services Educational Programs 22,195

 

 
 
Department of Human Resources 84,934,119
For the operation of the department of human resources; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 27,149,223
Direct Appropriations  
   1750-0100   Human Resources Division Administration 3,968,536
   1750-0119   Former County Employees Workers' Compensation 232,656
   1750-0300   State Contribution to Union Dental and Vision Insurance 21,610,000
   1750-0600   Bureau of Special Investigations Outstanding Liabilities 309,941
Retained Revenues 
   1750-0102   Fees from Examinations 862,500
   1750-0201   Fees from the Physical Abilities Test 165,590
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 57,784,896
   1750-0101   Chargeback for the Training and Performance Recognition Program 833,130
   1750-0105   Chargeback for Workers' Compensation 56,355,860
   1750-0106   Chargeback for Workers' Compensation Litigation Unit Services 595,906

 

 
 
Division of Group Benefits 767,283,743
For the operation of the division of group benefits; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 765,880,743
Direct Appropriations  
   1108-5100   Division of Group Benefits Operations 1,827,065
   1108-5200   Group Insurance Premium and Plan Costs 718,600,955
   1108-5350   Retired Governmental Employees Group Insurance Premiums 900,907
   1108-5400   Retired Municipal Teachers Group Insurance Premiums 38,557,506
   1108-5500   Group Insurance Dental and Vision Benefits 5,994,310
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,403,000
   1120-2100   Basic Life and AD&D Insurance Rate Stabilization Reserve 400,000
   1120-2611   Employees Share of the Group Insurance Trust Fund 400,000
   1120-3100   Elderly Governmental Retirees Health and Optional Medicare Rate Stabilization 200,000
   1120-5611   Accumulated Net Interest from Employees' Premiums 403,000

 

 
 
Department of Procurement 13,324,604
For the operation of the department of procurement; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 3,661,053
Direct Appropriations  
   1775-0100   Department of Procurement 2,348,515
Retained Revenues 
   1775-0110   User Fees from Comm-PASS System 20,000
   1775-0600   Revenue from State Surplus Property 130,000
   1775-0700   User Fees from Reprographic Services 53,000
   1775-0900   Revenue from Federal Surplus Property 55,000
   1775-1100   Revenue from Surplus Motor Vehicles 1,054,538
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 8,600,000
   1775-0800   Chargeback for Purchase, Operation, and Repair of State Vehicles 7,600,000
   1775-1000   Chargeback for Reprographic Services 1,000,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,063,551
   1775-0120   Statewide Training and Resource Exposition 417,664
   1775-0121   Environmentally Preferable Products Vendor Fair 41,225
   1775-0122   Procurement Access and Solicitation System 302,000
   1775-0123   Uniform Financial Statements and Independent Auditor's Report 75,000
   9000-2220   Federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Certification Program 227,662

 

 
 
Department of Information Technology 36,595,252
For the operation of the department of information technology; provided, that the secretary of administration and finance is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 7,352,309
Direct Appropriations  
   1790-0100   Information Technology Division Administration 6,851,775
Retained Revenues 
   1790-0300   Fees from Computer Resources and Services to the General Public 500,534
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 27,047,810
   1790-0200   Chargeback for Computer Resources and Services 27,047,810
 
Trust and Other Spending 2,195,133
   1790-0401   Postage, Supplies, Equipment and Delivery Services 2,195,133

 

 

 

Executive Office for Commonwealth Development

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Commonwealth Development 883  4,147  5,030  436 
Department of Environment 180,538  83,610  264,148  181,476 
Department of Transportation 153,726  12,618  166,344  335,345 
Department of Housing and Community Development 74,070  363,130  437,200  11,102 

TOTAL       409,217  463,505    872,722  528,358 
 
Executive Office for Commonwealth Development 5,029,640
For the operation of the executive office for commonwealth development; provided, that the secretary of commonwealth development is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 882,986
Direct Appropriations  
   7004-0000   Executive Office for Commonwealth Development 463,275
   7006-1000   Division of Energy Resources 230,153
   7006-1001   Residential Conservation Service Program 189,558
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,571,004
   7006-9207   Building on State Industries 2,031
   7006-9208   Rebuild Massachusetts Communities 138,000
   7006-9209   Clean Cities Rebate Program 4,000
   7006-9210   Revitalizing Brockton Brownfields to Brightfields 30,000
   7006-9211   South Yarmouth Compressed Natural Gas Shuttle Buses 25,752
   7006-9212   Compressed Natural Gas Trash Haulers 100,000
   7006-9213   Advanced Energy Codes Support 150,000
   7006-9214   Industries of the Future 74,000
   7006-9720   State Heating Oil and Propane Program 26,108
   7006-9743   State Energy Plan 974,000
   7006-9755   String Ribbon Photovoltaic Manufacturing 8,249
   7006-9757   Northeast Regional Biomass Program 38,864
 
Trust and Other Spending 2,575,650
   7006-7016   Stripper Oil Well 2,521,529
   7006-7020   Massachusetts Gas Distillates Oil Overcharge 54,121

 

 
 
Department of Environment 264,148,339
For the operation of the department of environment; provided, that the secretary of commonwealth development is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 180,538,084
Direct Appropriations  
   1232-0100   Underground Storage Tank Reimbursements 19,200,000
   1232-0200   Underground Storage Tank Administrative Review Board 1,097,610
   1232-0300   Underground Storage Tank Municipal Grants 1,000,000
   2000-0100   Department of Environment Administration 7,796,901
   2010-0100   Recycling Coordination - Solid Waste Management Programs and Projects 3,513,437
   2200-0100   Division of Environmental Protection Administration 27,158,315
   2210-0100   Toxics Use Reduction Act Administration 2,304,556
   2210-0110   Solid Waste Master Plan 955,001
   2220-2220   Clean Air Act Administration 1,246,348
   2220-2221   Clean Air Act Operating Permit Program 2,317,713
   2250-2000   Safe Drinking Water Act Compliance 1,785,009
   2260-8870   Hazardous Waste Incident Response 15,287,045
   2260-8872   Brownfields Site Audit Program 1,866,141
   2260-8881   Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup Professionals 219,038
   2700-0100   Division of Agricultural Resources 4,268,359
   2800-0100   Division of Fisheries, Wildlife and Environmental Enforcement Administration 21,601,050
   2800-0301   Natural Heritage and Endangered Species 451,514
   2800-0318   Hunter Safety Training 414,762
   2900-1000   Division of Conservation and Recreation Administration 62,252,204
   8324-1101   Underground Storage Tank Compliance Standards Enforcement 106,240
Retained Revenues 
   2001-1001   Fees from Data Processing Services - Data Center 50,000
   2800-0421   Federal Reimbursement for Sportfish Restoration 167,898
   2800-0511   Fees from Environmental Police Special Details 250,000
   2900-1100   Fees from Campground Reservations and Parks 2,936,718
   2900-1101   Fees from Park Ranger Special Details 150,000
   2900-1102   Fees from Skating Rinks 692,225
   2900-1103   Fees from Golf Courses 1,400,000
   2900-1104   Fees from Telecommunications Services 50,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 510,000
   2001-1002   Chargeback for Computer Services 350,000
   2800-0510   Chargeback for Environmental Law Enforcement Details 160,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 41,333,744
   2000-0141   Coastal Zone Management - Development 3,035,965
   2000-0148   National Estuary Program Operations 395,670
   2000-0154   Wetland Ecological Assessment 81,000
   2000-0171   Smart Growth Tools on the South Shore 35,000
   2000-9730   Buzzards Bay Conservation and Management Plan 551,497
   2030-9701   Outdoor Recreation Projects - Political Subdivisions 2,400,000
   2100-9707   National Flood Insurance Program - FEMA Community Assistance Program 167,927
   2100-9720   Blackstone Heritage Corridor Commission Cooperative Agreement 22,235
   2100-9725   National Dam Safety Program - Federal Emergency Management Administration 124,000
   2100-9726   Vocational Rehabilitation Recreation 17,228
   2100-9727   Pier Repair - Gallops Island, Boston Harbor Islands Partnership Cooperative 103,000
   2100-9730   State Parks For Everyone Rehabilitation Services 111,580
   2120-9702   Rural Community Fire Protection 64,576
   2121-9705   Shade Tree and Forest Health 457,524
   2121-9709   Forestry Planning 90,967
   2121-9711   Rural Fire Prevention and Control 231,722
   2121-9712   Forest Health Research 4,222
   2121-9713   Wildland Urban Interface Fuels Management in Southeastern Massachusetts 484,000
   2121-9718   Forestry Incentives Program - United States Forest Service 2,040
   2121-9722   Forest Resource Management - United States Forest Service 30,600
   2121-9726   Forest Health Management - United States Forest Service 78,500
   2140-9709   Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve - Consolidated Funding 677,000
   2140-9714   Waquoit Bay Land Acquisition National Estuarine Research Reserve 108,000
   2200-9706   Water Quality Management Planning 643,441
   2200-9712   Cooperative Agreement - Leaking Underground Storage Tanks 932,374
   2200-9717   Environmental Restoration Program - Department of Defense 2,038,530
   2200-9721   Charles George Landfill - Operable Unit III Operation and Maintenance 22,462
   2200-9722   Baird and McGuire Superfund Site Cooperative Agreement 769,800
   2200-9724   Superfund Block Grant 1,314,241
   2200-9728   Brownfields Assessment Program Multi-Site Cooperative Agreement 390,689
   2200-9729   Brownfield Pilots Cooperative Agreements 42,905
   2200-9730   Impact Area Groundwater Study Mass Military Reservation 531,457
   2230-9702   Air, Water, and Hazardous Waste Management Regulatory Programs 14,616,360
   2230-9705   National Environmental Information Exchange Network 113,000
   2240-9726   Non-Point Source Pollution - Cranberry Bog Total Maximum Daily Load 9,412
   2240-9744   Water Resources Protection Strategy 14,630
   2240-9746   Wetlands Protection - State Development Grant - BVW Training Video 3,450
   2240-9747   Wetlands Protection - State Development Grant - Small Docks and Piers Guidance 6,425
   2240-9761   Acushnet River Total Maximum Daily Load Measurement 11,000
   2240-9762   Reimburse Operators of Small Water Systems for Training and Certification Costs 413,700
   2240-9763   Connecticut River QAPP Development 50,000
   2240-9764   Special Appropriation 3% Set-aside Administration 48,000
   2240-9765   Water Protection Coordination Grants 50,500
   2240-9766   Selected Estuaries - Total Maximum Daily Load Measurement 12,500
   2240-9767   Assabet River Watershed Project 50,000
   2250-9712   Clean Air Act - Fine Particulate Matter Air Monitoring 637,564
   2250-9715   Municipal Environmental Compliance Stewardship 67,915
   2250-9716   Ambient Air Toxics Pilot Project 38,611
   2250-9717   Evaluation Outcomes 96,000
   2250-9718   Environmental Results Automation 20,000
   2250-9719   EMS Development in Public Schools 10,000
   2250-9720   Anti-idling Training Video for Massachusetts School Bus Drivers 3,000
   2330-9222   Clean Vessel Act 926,400
   2330-9709   Commercial Fisheries Research and Development 35,000
   2330-9712   Commercial Fisheries Statistics 74,955
   2330-9713   Right Whale Conservation 156,000
   2330-9714   Commercial Fisheries Extension 91,000
   2330-9725   Boating Infrastructure 100,000
   2330-9726   Lobster Trap Escape Vent Selectivity Study 47,700
   2330-9727   Reducing Blue Shark By-catch in Pelagic Longline Fisheries 46,555
   2330-9728   Monkfish Cooperative Research Project - Gillnet Survey and Study Fleet 90,000
   2330-9730   Interstate Fisheries Management Support 233,956
   2330-9732   ACCSP Implementation Strategic Plan 36,000
   2330-9734   Cod Distribution Pilot Study 650,980
   2330-9735   Multispecies Fishery Economic Assistance 1,500,000
   2340-9701   Safe Boating Program 978,442
   2350-0013   Fisheries Joint Enforcement Agreement (NOAA) 428,352
   2511-0020   Crop Insurance Education 18,854
   2511-0310   Pesticide Enforcement 173,100
   2511-0320   Certification of Pesticide Applicators 119,491
   2511-0335   Integrated Pest Management Schools - Day Care Centers 66,667
   2511-0400   Cooperative Pest Survey Program 27,087
   2511-0972   Farmland Protection 2,364,000
   2515-1002   Animal Disease Surveillance - Homeland Security 16,328
   2516-9002   Development of Institutional Marketing 30,301
   2516-9003   Farmers' Market Coupon Program 607,229
   2516-9004   Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program 56,900
   2516-9007   Organic Certification Cost-Share Program 20,000
   8324-9707   Underground Storage Tank Registry Program 206,228
 
Trust and Other Spending 41,766,511
   0610-0136   Drinking Water State Revolving Fund 5,700,000
   2000-6010   New Bedford Harbor Natural Resources Damage Settlement Restoration Trust Fund 1,371,756
   2000-6012   Environmental Impact Review Trust Fund 1,400,000
   2000-6020   Natural Resources Damages Trust Fund 85,300
   2000-6051   Massachusetts Bay Environmental Trust Fund 1,799,893
   2000-6080   Massachusetts Ocean Resources Information System 9,213
   2100-6002   Environmental Management Conservation 108,686
   2100-6003   Recreational Facilities Improvements 334,993
   2100-6005   Wachusett Mountain Resource Management and Protection Plan Trust Fund 66,372
   2120-6001   Campsite Trust 110,342
   2120-6006   Massachusetts Re-leaf 30,000
   2120-6025   Forest Products Trust 23,000
   2120-6027   Schooner Ernestina Commission 477,204
   2200-0884   Springfield Materials Recycling Facility 1990-95 Residual Revenues 100,000
   2200-6001   Department of Environmental Protection - Administration of Federal Funds 3,539,134
   2200-6007   Federal Water Pollution Abatement 1,828,337
   2200-6008   Drinking Water State Revolving Fund - Administration Trust 8,548,665
   2200-6009   Southern States Energy Board 18,264
   2200-6010   Tewksbury Industries, Inc. Expendable Trust Superior Court Civil Action 50,000
   2200-6014   Bedford Harbor Expendable Trust 50,000
   2200-6015   Route 3 North Design/Build Expendable Trust 1,600
   2200-6016   General Electric Expendable Trust 379,899
   2200-6017   Northeast Energy Associates Expendable Trust 50,000
   2200-6019   Lab Vantage Solutions Contract Settlement 25,000
   2200-6020   MBTA South Shore Extention Permitting 150,000
   2200-6431   Silresim Lowell Operation and Maintenance Consent Decree 10,000
   2200-6432   Silresim Lowell Replacement Costs Consent Decree 10,000
   2200-6433   Charles George Tyngsborough Response Costs Consent Decree 100,000
   2200-6434   Charles George Tyngsborough Natural Resource Damage Decree 10,000
   2200-9725   Fort Devens Expendable Trust 90,000
   2310-6010   Restoration and Management of Tern Populations 201,978
   2330-0101   Marine Mammals, Fisheries Research, and Conservation 430,000
   2330-6002   Biological Investigation of Marine Life 22,002
   2422-1441   Watershed Division Trust 4,908,221
   2422-1443   Holden/ West Boylston Sewer Construction Trust 899,246
   2448-0052   General Park Trust Purchases, Investments, and Payments from Income 100,000
   2448-0066   Division of Conservation and Recreation Special Events Trust Fund 630,782
   2448-0067   Encroachment Reclamation 10,000
   2448-0068   Magazine Beach Cambridge Enhancement Trust 125,000
   2511-0003   Retired Greyhound Care and Adoption Trust 300,000
   2520-0000   State Reclamation Board Administration 88,435
   2520-0300   Cape Cod Mosquito Control Project Assessments 1,240,677
   2520-0900   Suffolk County Mosquito Control Project Assessments 185,375
   2520-1000   Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project Assessments 1,265,887
   2520-1100   Berkshire County Mosquito Control Project Assessments 48,363
   2520-1200   Norfolk County Mosquito Control Project Assessments 1,068,425
   2520-1300   Bristol County Mosquito Control Project Assessments 827,144
   2520-1400   Plymouth County Mosquito Control Project Assessments 1,176,365
   2520-1500   Northeast Mosquito Control Project Assessments and Wetlands Management District 999,133
   2520-1600   East Middlesex Mosquito Control Project Assessments 498,767
   2520-2300   Cape Cod Greenhead Fly Control Project Assessments 17,533
   2520-2500   North Shore Greenhead Fly Control Project Assessments 15,520
   2900-1002   Telecommunications System 100,000
   2900-1003   Fuel, Oil, and Associated Products 50,000
   2900-2002   Interstate Firefighting Trust 80,000

 

 
 
Department of Transportation 166,344,308
For the operation of the department of transportation; provided, that the secretary of commonwealth development is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 153,726,265
Direct Appropriations  
   1599-1970   Central Artery/Tunnel Operation and Maintenance 16,026,390
   6000-0100   Department of Transportation Operations 40,163,285
   6005-0015   Regional Transit Authorities Contract Assistance 47,782,640
   6006-0003   Massachusetts Aeronautics Commission Administration 537,547
   6010-1001   Bureau of Parkways 4,613,262
   6030-7201   Snow and Ice Control 44,012,480
   7006-0080   Transportation Entity Monitoring and Oversight 563,317
Retained Revenues 
   6000-0110   Fees from Railroad Property Management and Maintenance 27,344
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 20,000
   6006-0010   Chargeback for Air Transportation Services 20,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 11,357,743
   6000-0018   Rural Public Transportation Assistance 3,195,565
   6000-0019   Section 5307 Transportation Demand Management 595,474
   6000-0020   Jobs Access - Reverse Commute 1,564,223
   6000-0023   Rural Public Transportation Planning 2,939,171
   6000-0049   Elderly and Handicapped Transportation Capital Grant 2,663,310
   6006-0042   Airport System Planning 400,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,240,300
   6000-1930   Preparation of Transit Programs 690,000
   6030-7503   Bulk Motor Fuel Purchase and Distribution Program 500,000
   7006-0078   Rail Grade Crossings Safety and Security 50,300

 

 
 
Department of Housing and Community Development 437,199,699
For the operation of the department of housing and community development; provided, that the secretary of commonwealth development is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 74,069,597
Direct Appropriations  
   7004-0099   Department of Housing and Community Development Administration 5,480,646
   7004-2027   Community Enterprise Economic Development Program 500,000
   7004-3036   Housing Services to Low-Income Tenants in Private Housing 1,080,925
   7004-4314   Service Coordinators Program 544,890
   7004-8878   Rental Housing Development Action Loan Program 1,704,919
   7004-9003   Individual Self Sufficiency Initiative 677,230
   7004-9004   Public Housing Rent Escrow Program 132,650
   7004-9005   Subsidies to Public Housing Authorities 24,973,295
   7004-9024   Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program 26,668,557
   7004-9030   Alternative Housing Voucher Program 3,000,000
   7004-9033   Chapter 707 Rental Assistance 2,000,000
   7004-9102   Non-Federally Aided Urban Renewal Community Development 211,695
   7004-9201   Interest Subsidies for Private Development of Affordable Housing 5,594,790
Retained Revenues 
   7004-9315   Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Program 1,500,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 359,382,930
   7004-0302   Lead Paint Abatement Grant 2,000,000
   7004-2030   Weatherization Assistance for Low-Income Persons 6,640,000
   7004-2033   Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program 75,111,984
   7004-2034   Community Service Block Grant 17,000,000
   7004-3037   Small Cities Community Development Block Grant 46,772,916
   7004-9009   Section 8 Substantial Rehabilitation Program 6,760,000
   7004-9014   Federal Housing Voucher Program 165,000,000
   7004-9019   Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Program 11,415,720
   7004-9020   Section 8 New Construction Program 5,219,450
   7004-9028   Home Investment Partnerships 22,600,000
   7004-9039   Home Technical Assistance 150,000
   7004-9051   Shelter Plus Care Lowell 26,664
   7004-9052   Shelter Plus Care Boston 530,196
   7004-9053   Shelter Plus Care Southbridge 120,000
   7004-9054   Shelter Plus Care New Bedford 36,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 3,747,172
   3422-1066   Warner Multi-family Conservation Loan Project 457,252
   3724-3041   EDSA Revolving Loan and Grant Fund 750,000
   3743-2059   Boston Edison Trust 1,332
   7004-2361   Section 8 Substantial Rehabilitation Administrative Fee 306,298
   7004-2363   Section 8 Administrative Fee Housing Voucher 1,793,146
   7004-2364   Section 8 Administrative Fee Moderate Rehabilitation 158,088
   7004-2365   Section 8 Administrative Fee New Construction 281,056

 

 

 

Executive Office for Health and Human Services

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Health and Human Services 567,709  120,580  688,290  82,221 
Department of Elder and Veteran Affairs 205,426  37,418  242,844  5,908 
Department of Health Services 7,127,149  239,700  7,366,850  3,946,946 
Department of Disabilities and Community Services 1,108,505  102,099  1,210,604  444,454 
Department of Children, Youth and Family Services 1,921,231  27,316  1,948,547  870,019 

TOTAL       10,930,021  527,114    11,457,135  5,349,549 
 
Executive Office for Health and Human Services 688,289,650
For the operation of the executive office for health and human services; provided, that the secretary of health and human services is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 567,709,162
Direct Appropriations  
   0950-0000   Commission on the Status of Women 146,456
   1107-2501   Disabled Persons Protection Commission 1,419,417
   1410-0010   Department of Veterans' Services Administration 1,672,329
   4000-0100   Executive Office for Health and Human Services Administration 1,654,854
   4000-0300   Division of Medical Assistance Administration 116,020,407
   4000-0890   MassHealth Premium Assistance and Insurance Partnership Program 103,700,000
   4100-0060   Division of Health Care Finance and Policy Administration 9,976,785
   4110-0001   Massachusetts Commission for the Blind Administration 565,530
   4120-1000   Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission Administration 217,071
   4125-0100   Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 4,774,725
   4130-0001   Office of Child Care Services Administration 8,674,603
   4130-0002   Children's Trust Fund Administration 832,178
   4200-0010   Department of Youth Services Administration 4,489,387
   4400-1000   Department of Transitional Assistance Administration 121,352,365
   4510-0100   Department of Public Health Administration 14,142,599
   4800-0015   Department of Social Services Administration 59,805,132
   5011-0100   Department of Mental Health Administration and Operations 34,728,400
   5911-1000   Department of Mental Retardation Administration 11,573,679
   9110-0100   Department for Elder Affairs Administration 1,609,745
Retained Revenues 
   4000-0320   MassHealth Federal Revenue 70,000,000
   4110-0003   Fees from Certificate of Blindness and Photo ID Cards for Blind Services 114,000
   4125-0101   Fees from Interpreter Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 149,500
   5911-1002   Fees from Guardianship and Eligibility for Mental Retardation Services 90,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 160,000
   4125-0122   Chargeback for Interpreter Services 160,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 59,292,686
   4000-0705   Emergency Shelter Grants Program 2,251,716
   4000-0707   Supportive Housing 3,685,614
   4000-0708   Head Start Demonstration 264,699
   4000-0709   Homelessness Continuum of Care 1,615,158
   4000-0713   Youth Development State Collaboration 153,887
   4000-0715   Better Access to Organizations Network Project 165,485
   4000-9401   Community Mental Health Services 9,931,056
   4000-9402   Substance Abuse Prevention and Treatment Block Grant 39,549,723
   4000-9404   McKinney Shelter Plus Care 1,675,348
 
Trust and Other Spending 61,127,802
   4000-0118   School Readiness Indicators Initiative 50,000
   4000-4000   Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act Fund 61,077,802

 

 
 
Department of Elder and Veteran Affairs 242,844,426
For the operation of the department of elder and veteran affairs; provided, that the secretary of health and human services is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 205,426,253
Direct Appropriations  
   1410-0012   Veterans' Outreach Centers 853,615
   1410-0015   Women Veterans' Outreach 36,489
   1410-0300   Annuities to Qualified Disabled Veterans 11,002,311
   1410-0400   Veterans' Benefits 8,034,959
   1410-0630   Agawam and Winchendon Veterans' Cemeteries 378,839
   9110-0102   Elder Assisted Living Facilities Certification 294,697
   9110-1500   Elder Enhanced Community Options 37,488,337
   9110-1604   Supportive Senior Housing Program 1,940,000
   9110-1630   Elder Home Care Purchased Services 91,741,798
   9110-1633   Elder Home Care Case Management and Administration 33,942,151
   9110-1636   Elder Protective Services 10,045,848
   9110-1660   Elder Homelessness Program 125,000
   9110-1700   Residential Placement for Homeless Elders 250,000
   9110-1900   Local Elder Services Programs 4,457,158
   9110-9002   Grants to Councils on Aging 4,720,000
Retained Revenues 
   1410-0018   Federal Reimbursement for Agawam Veterans' Cemetery Burial Costs 115,051
 
Federal Grant Spending 37,188,109
   1410-0253   Homeless Veterans Urban Reintegration Program 165,000
   1410-0254   Homeless Veterans Reintegration, Training, and Placement - Statewide 150,000
   1410-0255   Homeless Veterans Reintegration, Training, and Placement - Urban 223,739
   1410-0256   Veterans Workforce Investment 850,000
   9110-1074   Older Americans Act - Title III and Title VII 10,402,632
   9110-1077   National Family Caregiver Support Program 5,446,764
   9110-1173   Older Americans Act - Title III Nutrition Program 13,420,000
   9110-1178   Community Service Employment Program 1,933,940
   9110-1181   Cash in Lieu of Commodities - Elderly Nutrition Program 3,976,430
   9110-2457   Springfield Multicultural Alzheimer's Services Project 462,000
   9110-2531   Caregiver Resource Center for Deaf and Late-Deafened Elders 157,604
 
Trust and Other Spending 230,064
   1410-0011   Women Veterans' Network 3,000
   1410-0500   Veterans' Training Expendable Trust 25,000
   1410-0600   War Veterans' Reimbursement Fund 2,000
   9100-1700   Governor's Annual Conference on Aging 45,000
   9100-1850   Elder Service Training Program 16,008
   9110-0103   Coming Home - Elder Affordable Assisted Living 74,494
   9110-1096   Serving the Health Information Needs of Elders Program 60,000
   9110-1722   Silver-Haired Legislature 1,552
   9110-1851   Elder Care, Education, Training, Research, and Development 3,010

 

 
 
Department of Health Services 7,366,849,540
For the operation of the department of health services; provided, that the secretary of health and human services is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 7,127,149,186
Direct Appropriations  
 
Medical Assistance 
   4000-0430   CommonHealth Plan 81,770,175
   4000-0500   Managed Care Plans 2,386,497,540
   4000-0600   Senior Care Plans 1,839,979,369
   4000-0700   Indemnity and Third Party Liability Plans 1,322,230,154
   4000-0860   Standard Coverage 379,037,002
   4000-0870   Basic Coverage 92,652,416
   4000-0880   Family Assistance Plan 92,635,150
   4000-1400   MassHealth HIV Plan 16,718,194
 
Public Health Services 
   4510-0110   Community Health Center Services 4,639,061
   4510-0150   Managed Care at Community Health Centers 2,506,498
   4510-0600   Environmental Health Services 2,179,962
   4510-0710   Health Care Quality and Improvement 5,215,219
   4510-0810   Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program 849,264
   4512-0103   Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome Prevention, Treatment, and Services 35,820,445
   4512-0200   Division of Substance Abuse Services 37,051,756
   4512-0500   Dental Health Services 1,399,150
   4513-1000   Family Health Services 11,188,086
   4513-1002   WIC Nutritional Services 13,298,908
   4513-1005   Healthy Start - Medical Services for Pregnant Women 7,693,307
   4513-1020   Early Intervention Services 28,490,998
   4513-1114   Hepatitis C Mitigation 1,000,000
   4516-1000   State Laboratory and Communicable Disease Control Services 9,963,587
   4570-1500   Early Breast Cancer Detection 2,993,810
   4580-1000   Universal Immunization Program 20,661,189
   4590-0250   School Based Health Programs 5,347,490
   4590-0906   Children's Medical Security Health Insurance Programs 5,317,000
   4590-0915   Consolidated Public Health Hospitals 109,378,099
 
Mental Health Support Services 
   5042-5000   Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services 66,131,549
   5046-0000   Adult Mental Health and Support Services 272,044,486
   5046-2000   Statewide Homelessness Support Services 22,166,590
   5047-0001   Emergency Services and Acute Inpatient Care 31,260,621
   5055-0000   Forensic Services Program for Mentally Ill Persons 6,108,244
   5095-0015   State Psychiatric Hospitals and Inpatient Services 147,349,537
Retained Revenues 
   4510-0099   Fees from Health Facility Licensing, Inspections, and Records 6,000,000
   4510-0615   Fees from Nuclear Power Reactor Monitoring 1,340,597
   4510-0616   Fees from Prescription Drug Registration and Monitoring 553,932
   4510-0712   Fees from Health Care Quality Monitoring 1,304,922
   4512-0106   Federal Reimbursement for HIV/AIDS Drug Assistance Rebates 1,200,000
   4513-1010   Reimbursement for Early Intervention Services 3,000,050
   4513-1012   Federal Reimbursement for Milk and Infant Formula Price Enhancement 23,230,000
   4516-0263   Fees from Blood Lead Testing 1,514,886
   4516-1022   Fees from Tuberculosis Testing 300,000
   4518-0200   Fees from Health Statistics - Vital Records 261,687
   4590-0905   Fees from Children's Medical Security Program Co-pays and Premiums 6,557,000
   4590-0912   Reimbursement for Western Massachusetts Hospital 13,686,256
   4590-0913   Reimbursement for Medical Services for County Corrections Inmates 500,000
   5046-4000   Occupancy Fees from Choice Program Residential Homes 125,000
   5047-0002   Federal Reimbursement for Emergency and Acute Mental Health Services 6,000,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 2,950,000
   4590-0901   Chargeback for Consolidated Public Health Hospitals 150,000
   4590-0903   Chargeback for Medical Services for County Corrections Inmates 2,800,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 201,141,067
   4500-1000   Preventive Health Services Block Grant 4,176,338
   4500-1050   Rape Prevention and Education 1,166,076
   4500-1055   Violence Against Women Planning and Implementation 50,000
   4500-2000   Maternal and Child Health Services Block Grant 13,882,193
   4502-1012   Cooperative Health Statistics System 759,700
   4510-0109   State Loan Repayment Project 125,000
   4510-0113   Office of Rural Health 150,000
   4510-0118   Primary Care Cooperative Agreement 114,251
   4510-0119   Rural Hospital Flexibility Program 312,793
   4510-0400   Medicare and Medicaid Survey and Certification 7,754,413
   4510-0403   Mass Reporting System Evaluation 1,790,132
   4510-0404   Bioterrorism Hospital Preparedness 2,084,454
   4510-0500   Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments 181,760
   4510-0619   FDA Inspection of Food Establishments 153,622
   4510-0624   Retail Food Regulators Instruction 42,058
   4510-0636   Childhood Lead Paint Poisoning Prevention 838,642
   4510-0792   Trauma EMS Maternal and Child Health 4,837
   4510-9014   Mammography Quality Standards Act Inspections 240,130
   4510-9040   Diabetes Control Program 822,098
   4510-9043   Demonstration Program to Conduct Toxic Waste Site Health Impact Assessments 697,017
   4510-9048   Indoor Radon Development Program 210,924
   4510-9049   Childhood Asthma and Hazardous Substances - Applied Research and Development 57,628
   4510-9052   Tremolite Asbestos Exposure 18,034
   4510-9053   Beaches Environmental Assessment 317,698
   4510-9054   Pediatric Asthma Regional Surveillance 35,000
   4510-9056   National Environmental Public Health Tracking 681,586
   4510-9061   Environmental Education 10,000
   4510-9062   Prevalence of Alzheimer and Multiple Sclerosis in Hazardous Waste Communities 99,540
   4512-0102   Sexually Transmitted Disease Control 1,954,346
   4512-0179   Vaccination Assistance Project 5,360,439
   4512-0180   Epidemiology and Lab Surveillance 1,897,390
   4512-0183   Lab Marker Recent HIV Infection Research 11,101
   4512-0184   Viral Hepatitis Prevention Services Integration into Existing Programs 386,117
   4512-9045   Massachusetts State Treatment Needs Program 101,691
   4512-9060   Substance Abuse Response to Terrorist Attack 130,817
   4512-9061   State Data Infrastructure Program Mass Bureau of Substance Abuse Services 25,000
   4512-9426   Uniform Alcohol and Drug Abuse Data Collection 81,176
   4513-0111   Housing Opportunities - People with AIDS 1,300,000
   4513-9007   Nutritional Status of Women, Infants, and Children 63,972,579
   4513-9018   Augmentation and Evaluation of Established Health Education - Risk Reduction 10,701,026
   4513-9021   Program for Infants and Toddlers with Handicaps 8,578,494
   4513-9022   Prevention Disability State-Based Project 387,000
   4513-9027   MassCare - Community AIDS Resource Enhancement 888,693
   4513-9030   Planning a Comprehensive Primary Care System for All Mass Children and Youth 100,000
   4513-9035   AIDS Surveillance and Seroprevalence Project 1,026,213
   4513-9037   Ryan White Comprehensive AIDS Resources 19,353,734
   4513-9038   Shelter Plus Care - Worcester 190,512
   4513-9046   Congenital Anomalies Center of Excellence 1,165,000
   4513-9050   Max Care - Maximizing Children's Health and Safety in Child Care 100,000
   4513-9051   Rural Domestic Violence and Child Victimization Project 465,560
   4513-9053   HIV/AIDS and STD Prevention - Behavioral Data and Program Decision Making 231,909
   4513-9060   Residential Fire Injury Prevention - Mass Injury Intervention and Surveillance 180,000
   4513-9061   Abstinence Education Project 739,012
   4513-9062   Alcohol Screening Assessment - Pregnancy 150,000
   4513-9066   Universal Newborn Hearing Screening - Enhancement Project 139,800
   4513-9067   Mass Family Connection Project Innovative Approaches Promoting Healthy Behaviors 150,000
   4513-9069   HIV Intervention Care Demonstration - Incarcerated 1,440,269
   4513-9071   Early Hearing Detection and Intervention - Tracking and Research 152,000
   4513-9072   Intimate Partner Violence among Racial and Ethnic Minority Populations 460,922
   4513-9073   Medical Home Project 197,962
   4513-9074   Genetics Services Project 300,000
   4513-9075   Alcohol Screening During Pregnancy Replicating Lessons Learned 150,000
   4513-9102   Emergency Medical Services Children Partnership 100,000
   4514-1001   Cultural Perspective - Obesity Among Hispanic Participants 149,852
   4514-1002   Women, Infants, and Children EBT Cooperative Agreement 30,375
   4515-0113   Health Program for Refugees 475,303
   4515-0114   Refugee Health Services Special Conditions 205,780
   4515-0115   Tuberculosis Control Project 3,107,101
   4515-0117   Tuberculosis Epidemiologic and Operational Research 79,690
   4515-0121   Tuberculosis Epidemiologic Studies Consortium 126,233
   4515-0200   STD/HIV Prevention Training Centers 482,684
   4515-0202   Prevalence of STDs and TB Infections in Persons Entering Corrections Facilities 50,914
   4515-0203   Monitoring Trends in Prevalence of STD, TB, and HIV Risk Behaviors 59,770
   4516-1018   Lyme Disease Research and Education 594,612
   4516-1019   Laboratory Biomonitoring Planning 399,826
   4516-1021   Public Health Preparedness and Response for Bioterrorism 18,841,292
   4518-0505   Technical Data - Mass Birth/Infant Death File Linkage and Analysis 99,018
   4518-0506   Core Injury Surveillance Phase III 246,244
   4518-0507   Core Injury Surveillance Phase II 160,000
   4518-0508   Statewide Injury Surveillance Evaluation 134,625
   4518-0509   Occupational Health Surveillance Low Incomes 156,751
   4518-0510   Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance 198,811
   4518-0513   Occupational Injuries to Underage 18 Youth - Enhanced Surveillance 156,500
   4518-0514   National Violent Death Reporting System 300,000
   4518-0530   State Assessment Initiatives Support by Cooperative Agreements 75,250
   4518-0532   Core Occupational Health Surveillance 338,093
   4518-1000   Procurement of Information for the National Death Index 29,716
   4518-1002   Massachusetts Death File - Social Security Administration 148,650
   4518-1003   Massachusetts Birth Records - Social Security Administration 370,101
   4518-9022   Sentinel Event Notification System for Occupational Risks 110,000
   4518-9023   Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries 36,000
   4518-9025   Fatality Surveillance and Field Investigations 125,466
   4570-1508   Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation 1,187,500
   4570-1509   Mass Cardiovascular Disease Prevention 360,000
   4570-1510   Obesity Prevention through State Nutrition and Physical Activity Programs 489,807
   4570-1511   Massachusetts Pass Key to Womens' Health 100,000
   4570-1512   National Cancer Prevention Control 6,251,321
   4590-0305   Tobacco Use Prevention and Control 1,571,990
   4590-0306   Design and Characterization of Cigarettes 234,830
   5012-9121   Project for Assistance in Transition from Homelessness 1,299,036
   5012-9154   Disaster Relief 135,000
   5012-9156   Crisis Counseling Program - 9/11 Attacks 659,000
   5014-9105   Data Infrastructure 75,000
   5046-9102   Shelter Plus Care Program 144,240
   5047-9101   Worcester Communities of Care for Youth 2,000,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 35,609,287
   4510-0606   Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation for Homeowners 30,500
   4510-0622   Radiation Control Trust 327,233
   4510-0623   Surveillance of Health Outcomes and Drinking Water Quality Testing Trust 141,818
   4510-0635   Lead Paint Education and Training 1,402,827
   4510-0714   Civil Monetary Penalties 537,826
   4510-0727   Health Boards Professional Licensure Trust 6,065,093
   4510-0729   Board of Registration in Medicine Trust 6,337,870
   4510-6921   Organ Transplant Fund 165,915
   4512-0105   Massachusetts Aids Fund 83,123
   4512-9410   Share Revolving Loan Fund 20,000
   4514-0100   Catastrophic Illness in Children Relief 1,266,991
   4590-9122   Western Mass Hospital Trust Fund 115,000
   5011-2001   Mental Health Information System Fund 5,520,290
   5311-9101   Solomon Mental Health Center 747,798
   5535-2689   Cape Cod and Islands Mental Health and Mental Retardation Center 2,957,441
   5540-2689   Brockton Multi-Service Center 597,950
   5541-2689   Dr. John C. Corrigan, Jr. Mental Health Center 3,270,054
   5542-2689   Research and Training Trust 529,794
   5543-2689   Patient Wages 54,448
   5651-2689   Massachusetts Mental Health Center 970,033
   5652-2689   Dr. Solomon Carter Fuller Mental Health Center 1,825,610
   5653-2689   Lindemann Mental Health Center 829,792
   5654-2689   Mary Palmer's Mental Health Center Expendable Trust 20,100
   5851-2689   Quincy Mental Health Center 1,791,781

 

 
 
Department of Disabilities and Community Services 1,210,604,300
For the operation of the department of disabilities and community services; provided, that the secretary of health and human services is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 1,108,505,235
Direct Appropriations  
 
Employment Rehabilitation Services 
   4110-3010   Vocational Rehabilitation for the Blind 2,588,521
   4110-4000   Ferguson Industries for the Blind 1,834,200
   4120-2000   Vocational Rehabilitation for the Multi-Disabled 6,934,078
   4120-3000   Employment Assistance for the Multi-Disabled 8,034,815
 
Residential Services 
   4180-0100   Soldiers' Home In Chelsea 22,702,250
   4190-0100   Soldiers' Home In Holyoke 16,522,305
   5930-1000   State Facilities for the Mentally Retarded 160,963,187
 
Community Resources and Support Services 
   4110-1000   Community Services for the Blind 3,585,164
   4110-1020   Medical Assistance Eligibility Determination for the Blind 309,956
   4110-2000   Turning 22 Services for the Blind 7,850,419
   4120-4000   Independent Living Assistance for the Multi-Disabled 7,363,506
   4120-4001   Accessible Housing Registry for Disabled Persons 93,060
   4120-4010   Turning 22 Services for the Multi-Disabled 433,760
   4120-5000   Home Care Services for the Multi-Disabled 4,470,548
   4120-6000   Head Injured Services 7,779,149
   5911-2000   Community Transportation Services for the Mentally Retarded 14,265,854
   5920-1000   Community Support Services for the Mentally Retarded 52,233,152
   5920-2000   Community Residential Supports for the Mentally Retarded 453,808,927
   5920-2010   State-Operated Community Residential Supports for the Mentally Retarded 111,238,845
   5920-2020   Residential and Interim Services Waitlist for the Mentally Retarded 55,007,681
   5920-2025   Community Day and Work Programs for the Mentally Retarded 105,929,308
   5920-3000   Respite Family Supports for the Mentally Retarded 47,099,428
   5920-5000   Turning 22 Services for the Mentally Retarded 6,467,670
   7000-9402   Talking Book Library - Worcester 318,777
   7000-9406   Talking Book Program - Watertown 1,628,550
Retained Revenues 
   4120-5050   Medicaid Federal Reimbursement for Independent Living and Home Care Services 2,000,000
   4120-6002   Surcharges from Speeding, DUI, and Negligent Driving for Head Injured Services 5,000,000
   4180-1100   Fees from License Plate Sales for Chelsea Soldiers' Home 207,000
   4190-0102   Fees from Pharmacy Co-payments for Holyoke Soldiers' Home 225,000
   4190-1100   Fees from License Plate Sales for Holyoke Soldiers' Home 163,000
   4190-1101   Fees from Long Term Care Residents for Holyoke Soldiers' Home 447,125
   5911-2002   Fees from Transportation and Day Programs for Mental Retardation Services 900,000
   5982-1000   Revenue from Sale of Farm Products for the Templeton Developmental Center 100,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 7,500,000
   5948-0012   Chargeback for Residential Services for Mentally Retarded Children 7,500,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 86,806,611
   4110-3020   Vocational Rehabilitation Grant for the Blind 440,360
   4110-3021   Basic Support Grant for the Blind 7,290,490
   4110-3023   Independent Living for the Blind - Adaptive Housing 69,600
   4110-3026   Independent Living - Services to Older Blind Americans 575,040
   4110-3027   Rehabilitation Training for the Blind 21,280
   4110-3028   Supported Employment for the Blind 143,500
   4120-0020   Vocational Rehabilitation for the Multi-Disabled 40,300,000
   4120-0187   Supported Employment Program for the Multi-Disabled 880,000
   4120-0189   Projects Providing Vocational Rehabilitation Services to the Severely Disabled 370,000
   4120-0191   Informed Members Planning and Assessing Choices Together 460,000
   4120-0193   Workforce Coordinating Grant for the Multi-Disabled 150,000
   4120-0511   Vocational Rehabilitation for the Multi-Disabled - Determination of Disability 33,550,000
   4120-0605   Minority Outreach for People with Traumatic Brain Injury 315,000
   4120-0606   Recreational Services for the Multi-Disabled 150,000
   4120-0760   Independent Living for the Multi-Disabled 1,670,000
   4125-0103   Massachusetts Assistive Technology Partnership 50,000
   5947-0007   Massachusetts Bridges to Community Project 371,341
 
Trust and Other Spending 7,792,454
   4110-6600   Educational Purposes Trust Fund 27,500
   4110-6606   Vending Facility Operators Trust Fund 60,000
   4120-0029   Vocational Rehabilitation for the Multi-Disabled Trust Fund 3,000,000
   4120-0030   Workforce Coordinating Grant for the Multi-Disabled 120,000
   5483-9101   Walter E. Fernald State School 12,000
   5911-0001   Parents, Guardians, and Friends Expendable Trust for the Mentally Retarded 1,700
   5911-2001   Department of Mental Retardation Commissioner's Trust 4,553,754
   5920-0002   Belchertown Carousel Trust 17,500

 

 
 
Department of Children, Youth and Family Services 1,948,546,985
For the operation of the department of children, youth and family services; provided, that the secretary of health and human services is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 1,921,231,369
Direct Appropriations  
 
Social Services 
   4800-0025   Foster Care Review 2,576,740
   4800-0036   Sexual Abuse Intervention Network 701,232
   4800-0038   Services for Children and Families 464,616,058
   4800-1100   Social Workers for Case Management 130,409,557
   4800-1400   Services for the Treatment and Prevention of Domestic Violence 20,809,046
 
Juvenile Delinquency and Rehabilitation 
   4200-0100   Non-Residential Services for Committed Population 20,319,779
   4200-0200   Residential Services for Detained Population 18,787,774
   4200-0300   Residential Services for Committed Population 82,452,326
   4800-0151   Placement Service for Juvenile Offenders 766,085
 
Child Care and School Readiness 
   4130-1000   Healthily Families Home Visiting Program 5,560,812
   4130-2998   Child Care Quality Improvements 4,090,996
   4130-3050   Child Care Program for Low-Income Families 349,967,986
   4130-3100   Regional Administration of Child Care Programs 11,043,732
   4130-3600   Supportive Child Care 49,344,206
 
Emergency Financial Assistance 
   2511-0105   Emergency Food Assistance Program 6,280,000
   4401-1000   Employment Services Program 11,999,361
   4403-2000   TAFDC Grant Payments 323,789,368
   4403-2120   Emergency Assistance - Family Shelters and Services 78,840,808
   4403-2140   Teen Support Programs 17,638,446
   4405-2000   State Supplement to Supplemental Security Income 213,843,119
   4407-0100   Individual and Veteran Homeless Assistance 33,453,559
   4408-1000   Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled, and Children 68,940,379
Retained Revenues 
   4800-0091   Federal Reimbursement for Social Worker Training Institute 5,000,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 26,689,692
   4003-0804   Refugee Targeted Assistance Grant 2,357,040
   4003-0805   Refugee Resettlement Program 2,318,600
   4003-0806   Refugee Cash, Medical, and Administration 4,608,940
   4003-0807   State Legalization Impact Assistance Grant 870,000
   4130-2010   Child Care Inclusion Project 99,450
   4130-2015   Child Care Research Project 249,600
   4130-9002   Child Abuse Prevention Activities 175,304
   4200-1601   Serious and Violent Offender Re-entry Initiative 333,333
   4400-3067   Food Stamp Employment and Training 611,063
   4400-3069   Full Employment Food Stamp Cash Out 25,000
   4800-0005   Children's Justice Act 364,235
   4800-0007   Family Violence Prevention and Support Services 1,793,118
   4800-0009   Title IV-E Independent Living Program 2,828,256
   4800-0013   Family Preservation and Support Services 4,570,795
   4800-1634   Teen Living Program - Father's Outreach Program 487,827
   4899-0001   Title IV-B Child Welfare Services 4,530,155
   4899-0022   Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention and Treatment 466,976
 
Trust and Other Spending 625,924
   4130-0009   Children's Trust Fund 90,624
   4130-2900   Child Care Quality Fund 500,000
   4202-0605   Mary Devereaux Character Award Bond 1,500
   4400-0066   Arlottie A. Potts Trust 2,800
   4800-3110   Private Donations 20,000
   4899-8102   New Chardon Street Temporary Home 1,000
   4899-8103   Scholarship Trust Fund 10,000

 

 

 

Executive Office for Economic Affairs

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Economic Affairs 2,797  2,797 
Department of Business and Technology 24,677  939  25,616 
Department of Labor 49,729  1,698,708  1,748,437  20,006 
Department of Consumer and Commercial Services 38,801  5,821  44,622  109,455 

TOTAL       116,003  1,705,469    1,821,472  129,464 
 
Executive Office for Economic Affairs 2,796,589
For the operation of the executive office for economic affairs; provided, that the secretary of economic affairs is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 2,796,589
Direct Appropriations  
   7002-0010   Executive Office for Economic Affairs Administration 2,796,589

 

 
 
Department of Business and Technology 25,616,492
For the operation of the department of business and technology; provided, that the secretary of economic affairs is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 24,677,367
Direct Appropriations  
   7007-0100   Department of Business and Technology Administration 1,206,380
   7007-0300   Massachusetts Office of Business Development 2,477,854
   7007-0800   Small Business Development Center at the University of Massachusetts - Amherst 1,146,448
   7007-0900   Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism 10,800,388
   7007-1000   Local Tourist Councils - Financial Assistance 7,081,211
   7007-1200   Massachusetts Technology Collaborative 547,000
   7007-1300   Massachusetts International Trade Council 1,118,086
   7007-1400   Women and Minority Entrepreneurship Initiatives 300,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 200,000
   7007-9007   Urban Enterprise Program 200,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 739,125
   7007-9012   Domestic Marketing Expendable Trust 547,000
   9000-0501   Annual Travel and Tourism Conference 105,000
   9000-1809   Industry Specialist Program 87,125

 

 
 
Department of Labor 1,748,437,040
For the operation of the department of labor; provided, that the secretary of economic affairs is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 49,728,606
Direct Appropriations  
   7002-0100   Department of Labor Administration 220,030
   7002-0200   Division of Occupational Safety 2,369,076
   7002-0500   Division of Industrial Accidents 18,772,922
   7002-0600   Labor Relations Commission 795,412
   7002-0700   Joint Labor-Management Committee 449,845
   7002-0800   Board of Conciliation and Arbitration 693,471
   7003-0701   Workforce Training Programs 21,000,000
   7003-0804   Training for Incumbent and Emerging Workers 5,275,000
Retained Revenues 
   7002-0201   Fees from Asbestos Abatement and Deleading Services 152,850
 
Federal Grant Spending 212,699,322
   7002-4201   Quality Childcare Apprenticeship Initiative 90,426
   7002-4203   Occupational Substance and Health Administration Statistical Survey 119,204
   7002-4204   Adult Blood Lead Levels Surveillance 25,396
   7002-4212   Asbestos Licensing and Monitoring 102,683
   7002-4213   Lead Licensing and Monitoring 266,326
   7002-4215   Occupational Illness and Injury 104,914
   7002-4216   Lead Enforcement Cooperative Agreement 96,115
   7002-6621   Division of Employment and Training Administrative Clearing Account 8,000,000
   7002-6624   Unemployment Insurance Administration 86,150,542
   7002-6626   Employment Service Programs Administration 22,033,951
   7002-6627   Occupational Substance and Health Administration On-Site Consultation Program 1,374,111
   7002-6628   Disabled Veterans Outreach 1,652,288
   7002-6629   Local Veterans Employment Representative 1,419,071
   7002-6645   Reed Act - State Unemployment Trust Fund Distribution 2,425,000
   7002-9701   Federal Bureau of Labor Statistics Grant 2,114,830
   7003-0806   Reed Act - Employment Services Program 5,981,299
   7003-0808   Reed Act - One-Stop Career Centers 3,750,000
   7003-1010   Trade Expansion Act Program 6,727,500
   7003-1627   Welfare-to-Work 2,924,083
   7003-1628   Workforce Investment Act Title I 531,825
   7003-1630   Adult Activities - Workforce Investment Act Title I 11,861,298
   7003-1631   Youth Formula Grants - Workforce Investment Act Title I 19,602,697
   7003-1632   Dislocated Workers - Workforce Investment Act Title I 31,389,887
   7003-1633   Work Incentive Grant Access to Employment for All 1,000,000
   7003-1634   Program Year 2001 Incentive Grant Plan 2,887,400
   7003-2013   Mine Safety and Health Training 68,476
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,486,009,112
   7002-1601   Unemployment Health Insurance Contributions 44,000,000
   9081-1106   Unemployment Compensation Contingency Fund 2,192,424
   9081-6605   Unemployment Compensation Trust Fund 1,372,724,014
   9081-6612   Universal Health Insurance Collections 3,671,847
   9081-6635   Trade and NAFTA Unemployment Benefits 2,895,827
   9081-9210   Fee Based Employment and Reemployment Services 25,000
   9440-0202   Massachusetts Industrial Accident Special Fund 54,000,000
   9440-0204   General Industrial Accident Fund 1,600,000
   9440-0208   Impartial Medical Examination 1,600,000
   9440-0290   Workers' Compensation Trust Fund 3,300,000

 

 
 
Department of Consumer and Commercial Services 44,622,049
For the operation of the department of consumer and commercial services; provided, that the secretary of economic affairs is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 38,800,929
Direct Appropriations  
   7006-0000   Department of Consumer and Commercial Services Administration 694,794
   7006-0010   Division of Banks 10,481,417
   7006-0020   Division of Insurance 7,582,309
   7006-0040   Division of Professional Licensure 3,495,545
   7006-0051   Division of Inspection and Regulation 4,919,164
   7006-0060   Division of Standards 897,429
   7006-0070   Division of Telecommunications and Energy 7,660,738
   7006-0110   State Racing Commission 2,014,533
Retained Revenues 
   7006-0090   Fees from Energy Facilities Siting 75,000
   8315-1020   Fees from Elevator Inspections 900,000
   8315-1025   Fees from Building Code Training 80,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 455,943
   7006-9000   Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 2,803
   7006-9002   Pipeline Security 453,140
 
Trust and Other Spending 5,365,177
   4161-0002   Boxers Fund Payments 40,500
   7006-0031   Prudential Insurance Settlement Trust 50,000
   7006-0075   Department of Telecommunications and Energy Trust Fund 2,939,172
   7006-0077   Electric Outage Reporting System 150,280
   9200-0300   Residential Contractors Guaranty Fund 430,000
   9222-7500   Medical Malpractice Analysis Bureau 592,318
   9222-7650   Workers' Compensation Rating Bureau Trust Fund 744,009
   9222-7900   State Rating Bureau Medical Malpractice Insurance Trust 390,589
   9230-0003   Board of Real Estate Brokers and Sales Persons Trust 8,565
   9230-0005   Council of Licensure, Enforcement, and Reinforcement Trust 19,744

 

 

 

Executive Office for Education

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Education 45,407  991  46,398  24,363 
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4,017,858  834,165  4,852,023  17 
Department of Higher Education 734,804  1,986,436  2,721,240  4,247 
Division of Educational Quality and Accountability 4,000  4,000 

TOTAL       4,802,069  2,821,592    7,623,661  28,626 
 
Executive Office for Education 46,397,850
For the operation of the executive office for education; provided, that the secretary of education is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 45,406,710
Direct Appropriations  
   0640-0300   Massachusetts Cultural Council Grants 4,218,907
   0640-0350   Massachusetts Cultural Council - Cultural Resources Act 743,520
   7000-9401   Regional Public Libraries Local Aid 14,980,361
   7000-9501   Public Libraries Local Aid 7,830,844
   7000-9506   Technology and Automated Resource-Sharing Networks 366,718
   7010-0002   Executive Office for Education 17,266,360
 
Federal Grant Spending 685,240
   0640-9716   Folk and Traditional Arts Initiatives 10,800
   0640-9717   Basic State Grant 401,300
   0640-9718   Artists in Education 68,000
   0640-9724   Youth Reach State and Regional Programs 105,500
   0640-9729   Challenge America 90,000
   7002-4202   Tools for Schools Program Support 9,640
 
Trust and Other Spending 305,900
   0640-6501   Massachusetts Cultural Council General Trust 5,900
   0640-9728   Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Trust 300,000

 

 
 
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4,852,022,876
For the operation of the department of elementary and secondary education; provided, that the secretary of education is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 4,017,858,259
Direct Appropriations  
   7010-0012   Programs To Eliminate Racial Imbalance 15,128,126
   7010-0016   Attracting Excellence to Teaching Program 816,725
   7010-0017   Charter School Grants 2,301,790
   7028-0031   School-Age Children in Institutional Schools 10,636,543
   7030-1000   Office of Early Education 10,000,000
   7030-1006   Full Day Kindergarten Grants for English Immersion 9,000,000
   7030-1500   Head Start Program Grants 6,146,143
   7035-0006   Transportation of Pupils - Regional School Districts 20,852,590
   7051-0015   Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program 830,600
   7052-0003   School Building Assistance - Racial Imbalance Elimination - First Payments 7,043,760
   7052-0004   School Building Assistance - First Annual Payments 14,935,325
   7052-0005   School Building Assistance - Annual Reimbursements 388,418,282
   7052-0006   School Building Assistance - Engineering and Architectural Services 43,921
   7053-1909   School Lunch Program 5,426,986
   7053-1925   School Breakfast Program 2,266,523
   7061-0008   Chapter 70 Payments To Cities and Towns 3,331,892,681
   7061-0012   Special Education Reimbursements to Cities, Towns, and Regional School Districts 115,100,262
   7061-9000   School Choice Transportation Reimbursements 318,770
   7061-9400   Student and School Assessment 22,500,000
   7061-9404   MCAS Low-Scoring Student Support 53,000,000
   7061-9612   Worcester Polytechnic Institute School of Excellence Program 1,199,231
   7061-9619   Franklin Institute of Boston 1
 
Federal Grant Spending 828,397,879
   7010-0217   Teacher Quality Enhancement Grants for State Partnerships 845,803
   7010-8802   Technology Literacy Challenge - Administration 115,800
   7010-8888   School Renovation Ideas and Technology - Distribution 17,000,000
   7010-9095   Massachusetts Parent Involvement - Administration 118,000
   7010-9096   Massachusetts Parent Involvement - Distribution 200,000
   7010-9097   Palms Phase II - Administration 30,000
   7010-9706   Common Core Data Project 9,588
   7010-9732   Title IV Innovative Education Strategies Program - Administration 1,000,000
   7010-9999   School Renovation Ideas and Technology Administration 250,000
   7027-0210   Partnerships in Character Education 198,195
   7027-4444   High School Reform - Distribution 724,062
   7027-9117   Occupational Education - Distribution 120,000
   7027-9126   Occupational Education - Administration 250,000
   7028-0601   Education of the Handicapped - Administration 1,250,000
   7030-0191   Bilingual Education Programs - Technical Assistance by State Education Agencies 30,000
   7030-2121   Reading Excellence - Distribution 500,000
   7030-2122   Reading Excellence - Administration 40,000
   7030-2222   Standards, Assessments, and Accountability 400,000
   7030-9737   Chapter II Block Grant - Distribution 180,000
   7030-9780   Dwight D. Eisenhower Math and Science Education Act - Administration 200,000
   7030-9791   Dwight D. Eisenhower Math and Science Education Act - Distribution 350,000
   7032-0190   Class Size Reduction Project 350,000
   7032-0217   Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program - Distribution 832,500
   7032-0227   Drug-Free Schools - Administration 500,000
   7032-0228   Massachusetts AIDS Education Program 950,000
   7032-0231   Drug-Free Schools - Distribution 200,000
   7032-0402   Education of Children of Low-Income Families - Administration 850,000
   7032-0403   Chapter I Administrative Grants 100,000
   7032-0405   Title I Accountability 850,000
   7035-0013   Education of the Handicapped - Distribution 2,250,000
   7035-0020   Massachusetts State Improvement Grant Project Focus 1,009,000
   7035-0117   Education Consolidation Innovative Act Distribution 500,000
   7035-0166   Even Start Family Literacy - Distribution 4,409,428
   7035-0167   Even Start Family Literacy - Administration 281,453
   7035-0176   Comprehensive School Demonstration - Distribution 3,284,679
   7035-0177   Comprehensive School Demonstration - Administration 320,153
   7035-0210   Advanced Placement Fee Payment Program 217,483
   7035-0317   Education of the Handicapped - Distribution 21,000,000
   7035-0713   Early Childhood Incentive 125,000
   7035-0717   Preschool Incentive - Distribution 250,000
   7035-0718   Preschool Incentive - Discretionary 500,000
   7038-9004   School-Based Programs - Distribution 367,489
   7038-9005   School-Based Training 63,562
   7038-9008   Learn and Serve America Community - Higher Ed and Schools Partnership 235,600
   7043-1001   Title I Grants To Local Education Agencies 220,313,729
   7043-1002   Reading First 15,301,143
   7043-1004   Migrant Education 1,818,902
   7043-1005   Title I Neglected and Delinquent Children 1,267,269
   7043-2001   Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting 50,869,453
   7043-2002   Enhancing Education Through Technology 12,793,954
   7043-3001   English Language Acquisition 7,173,119
   7043-4001   Safe Drug Free Schools and Communities 7,143,515
   7043-4002   After School Learning Centers 6,359,594
   7043-4003   Community Service for Expelled and Suspended Students 975,394
   7043-5001   Innovative Education Program 7,617,530
   7043-6001   Grants For State Assessments and Related Activities 7,301,572
   7043-6002   Rural And Low-income Schools 193,929
   7043-6501   Education For Homeless Children and Youth 1,048,355
   7043-7001   Special Education Grants 191,890,947
   7043-7002   Preschool Grants 10,103,890
   7043-8001   Vocational Education Basic Grants 18,097,002
   7043-8002   Technical Preparation Education 1,697,959
   7043-9001   Teacher Quality Enhancement Partnerships 312,828
   7043-9002   Transition To Teaching 586,160
   7053-2105   Special Food Distribution Cash 775,000
   7053-2111   Special Milk Program 725,000
   7053-2112   Special Assistance Funds 78,000,000
   7053-2113   Community School Lunch Program 25,100,000
   7053-2114   School Breakfast Program 29,100,000
   7053-2117   Child Care Program 53,600,000
   7053-2126   Temporary Emergency Food Assistance 920,000
   7053-2202   Special Summer Food Service Program for Children 6,000,000
   7062-0008   Office of School Lunch Programs - Child Care Program Administration 2,691,447
   7062-0009   Summer Feeding - Administration 125,000
   7062-0010   Two Percent Child Care - Administration 601,153
   7062-0016   Charter Schools Assistance 157,396
   7062-0017   Charter Schools Assistance - Distribution 2,440,183
   7066-1574   Improving Teacher Quality Grants - Sahes 2,038,661
 
Trust and Other Spending 5,766,738
   7010-0021   Education Research Trust Fund 117,500
   7010-0024   Department of Education Conference Trust Account 10,000
   7010-0216   Teacher Quality Investment Earnings 3,600,000
   7010-5400   Green Schools Specialist Renewable Energy 100,040
   7010-8700   Massachusetts Empowering Educators With Technology 350,000
   7053-2101   School Lunch Distribution 1,587,268
   7055-6613   Millicent Library Trust Fund 1,930

 

 
 
Department of Higher Education 2,721,239,974
For the operation of the department of higher education; provided, that the secretary of education is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 734,803,991
Direct Appropriations  
   1599-3857   UMass Dartmouth Debt Service 1,100,884
   1599-7014   Star Store Reserve 2,730,267
   7035-0002   Adult Basic Education 29,044,716
   7066-0005   Compact For Education 61,978
   7066-5000   Higher Education Campuses 549,978,687
   7070-0065   Massachusetts State Scholarship Program 143,212,693
   7077-0010   Educational Library Reference Materials 1,200,000
   7100-0300   Toxics Use Reduction Institute - University of Massachusetts at Lowell 1,631,575
   7504-0101   Environmental Technology, Education, and Job Training Partnership 111,994
   7515-0120   Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 777,347
   7520-0424   Health and Welfare Reserve for Higher Education Personnel 4,430,750
Retained Revenues 
   7515-0121   Fees from Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 523,100
 
Federal Grant Spending 16,133,821
   7027-9125   Technical Preparation - Board of Higher Education 50,000
   7038-0002   Adult Basic Education - Title III 2,266,059
   7038-0107   Adult Basic Education - Distribution 9,027,470
   7062-0019   Career Resource Network State Grant 137,795
   7070-0017   State Student Incentive Grant Program - Board of Higher Education 964,011
   7110-6019   Upward Bound Payroll and Benefits - Fitchburg State College 127,214
   7110-6030   Expanding Horizons Student Support Services - Fitchburg State College 172,578
   7110-6046   Co-Step Special Education Payroll and Benefits - Fitchburg State College 83,000
   7110-6064   USIA Community Connections Payroll - Fitchburg State College 40,694
   7114-9714   Special Services for Disadvantaged Students - Salem State College 115,697
   7503-6555   Title III - Strengthen Institute Program - Bristol Community College 410,314
   7503-9711   Special Services for Disadvantaged Students - Bristol Community College 394,735
   7503-9714   Upward Bound Program - Bristol Community College 340,071
   7509-1490   Educational Opportunity Centers Payroll - Mount Wachusett Community College 126,874
   7509-9714   Special Services for Disadvantaged Students - Mount Wachusett Community College 231,360
   7509-9718   Talent Search - Mount Wachusett Community College 184,777
   7509-9721   Gear Up Payroll - Mount Wachusett Community College 262,172
   7511-9711   Special Services for Disadvantaged Students - North Shore Community College 437,000
   7511-9740   Upward Bound - North Shore Community College 339,000
   7511-9750   Talent Search - North Shore Community College 188,000
   7518-6127   College Work Study Program - Bunker Hill Community College 235,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 1,970,302,162
   7066-1960   Legal Services - Board of Higher Education 5,000
   7066-6003   Extraordinary Expenses Trust Fund - Board of Higher Education 2,000
   7066-6006   Central Services Trust - Board of Higher Education 2,000
   7066-6008   Licensing Fees Trust Account - Board of Higher Education 30,000
   7066-6010   Agnes M. Lindsay Trust - Board of Higher Education 30,000
   7066-6666   Gear Up Scholarship Trust - Board of Higher Education 1,050,000
   7070-6606   Technical Education Fund - Commonwealth Endowment Payments 193,676
   7070-6607   Technical Education Fund - U.S. Endowment 25,000
   7070-6608   Todd Teachers College Fund - Purchase of Investments and Payments 5,000
   7070-6610   Elizabeth P. Sohier Library Fund - Board of Higher Education 1,647
   7070-7000   State Scholarship Loan Program Administration - Board of Higher Education 110,000
   7070-7002   No Interest Loan Repayment - Board of Higher Education 10,000,000
   7100-5000   Tuition Retention Trust Fund 131,140,952
   7107-0027   Continuing Education Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 12,000
   7107-0028   Division of Graduate and Continuing Education Payroll - Salem State College 1,016,901
   7107-0029   Continuing Education Trust Fund - Westfield State College 804,985
   7107-0030   Continuing Education Trust Fund - Worcester State College 2,400,000
   7107-0031   Continuing Education Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Art 2,000,000
   7109-6001   Dormitory Authority Payment - Bridgewater State College 1,846,656
   7109-6010   Payroll Trust Fund - Bridgewater State College 1,911,196
   7109-6011   Campus Trust Fund - Bridgewater State College 26,164,740
   7109-6012   Campus Agency Funds - Bridgewater State College 482,462
   7109-6013   Student Government Association Payroll - Bridgewater State College 41,823
   7109-6015   Pell Grant - Bridgewater State College 2,800,000
   7109-6016   Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant - Bridgewater State College 188,122
   7109-6017   Work Study Program - Bridgewater State College 500,000
   7109-6018   Perkins Loan Program - Bridgewater State College 1,000,000
   7109-6037   Remote Sensing Applications in Transit - Bridgewater State College 42,919
   7109-6038   Biotechnology for Students and Teachers - Bridgewater State College 49,634
   7109-6620   Auxiliary Operations - Bridgewater State College 9,300,000
   7109-6624   Direct Lending - Bridgewater State College 10,500,000
   7110-6015   Professional Development - Fitchburg State College 114,000
   7110-6022   Federal Service Contract Payrolls - Fitchburg State College 71,000
   7110-6026   USIA Community Connections Program - Fitchburg State College 271,367
   7110-6029   Expanding Horizons Student Support Services - Fitchburg State College 260,079
   7110-6037   Grant Center Payroll Trust - Fitchburg State College 18,100
   7110-6038   DOE Grants and Grant Contract Revenue - Fitchburg State College 180,000
   7110-6045   Merlin Project Payroll Trust - Fitchburg State College 8,000
   7110-6047   Co-step Special Education Grant - Fitchburg State College 249,742
   7110-6051   Continuing Education Trust- Fitchburg State College 973,000
   7110-6052   Dormitory Authority Payroll - Fitchburg State College 954,353
   7110-6055   Bookstore Trust Fund Payroll - Fitchburg State College 67,524
   7110-6058   Administrative Cost Trust Fund - Fitchburg State College 117,614
   7110-6065   Grant Overhead Payroll - Fitchburg State College 42,000
   7110-6601   Trust Fund - Fitchburg State College 16,500,000
   7110-6604   Pell Grants - Fitchburg State College 1,500,000
   7110-6605   Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants - Fitchburg State College 225,000
   7110-6606   Perkins Loan Fund - Fitchburg State College 204,500
   7110-6607   Work Study Trust Fund - Fitchburg State College 268,000
   7110-6608   Nursing Student Loans Fund - Fitchburg State College 65,400
   7110-6620   Agency Funds - Fitchburg State College 9,000,500
   7110-6630   Upward Bound Program - Fitchburg State College 329,395
   7110-6635   General State Match - Fitchburg State College 55,000
   7110-6637   Retirement of Indebtedness - Fitchburg State College 775,000
   7112-6101   Arts and Humanities Trust Fund - Framingham State College 32,708
   7112-6102   Athletics Trust Fund - Framingham State College 432,109
   7112-6104   Campus Police Trust Fund - Framingham State College 111,931
   7112-6107   Child Care Center Trust Fund - Framingham State College 12,421
   7112-6108   Child Development Lab Trust Fund - Framingham State College 9,730
   7112-6109   Center Trust Fund - Framingham State College 284,952
   7112-6110   Continuing Education Trust Fund - Framingham State College 1,429,944
   7112-6111   Dormitory Trust Fund - Framingham State College 3,428,592
   7112-6112   Dormitory Damage Fee Trust Fund - Framingham State College 29,000
   7112-6113   Educational Services Trust Fund - Framingham State College 150,504
   7112-6114   Emergency Educational Services Trust Fund - Framingham State College 6,834,700
   7112-6115   Federal Grant Overhead Trust Fund - Framingham State College 3,000
   7112-6116   Federal Student Financial Aid Overhead Trust Fund - Framingham State College 25,100
   7112-6117   General Purpose Trust Fund - Framingham State College 3,754,861
   7112-6119   Health Trust Fund - Framingham State College 119,428
   7112-6120   Plant Fund - Framingham State College 473,369
   7112-6122   Library Trust Fund - Framingham State College 340,751
   7112-6125   Media Center Trust Fund - Framingham State College 43,130
   7112-6126   Nursing Trust Fund - Framingham State College 1,090
   7112-6127   Orientation Trust Fund - Framingham State College 77,921
   7112-6128   Massachusetts Regents Scholarship Fund - Framingham State College 77,000
   7112-6129   Photo Identification Trust Fund - Framingham State College 7,865
   7112-6130   Placement Trust Fund - Framingham State College 25,988
   7112-6132   President's Scholarship Trust Fund - Framingham State College 55,550
   7112-6134   Research, Grants, and Contracts Trust Fund - Framingham State College 139,793
   7112-6136   Student Activities Trust Fund - Framingham State College 284,959
   7112-6137   Student Activities Class and Club Trust Fund - Framingham State College 1,148
   7112-6139   Health Insurance Trust Fund - Framingham State College 226,953
   7112-6140   Clearing Accounts Trust Fund - Framingham State College 162,715
   7112-6141   Pell Grant - Framingham State College 1,009,754
   7112-6142   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Framingham State College 86,213
   7112-6143   College Work Study Program - Framingham State College 123,903
   7112-6144   Perkins Loan Program - Framingham State College 58,581
   7112-6147   Marion Scherner Leonard - Framingham State College 37,500
   7112-6148   Perkins Loan Fund - Matching Share - Framingham State College 2,319
   7112-6149   College Work Study - Matching Share - Framingham State College 31,301
   7112-6901   Arts and Humanities Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 1,112
   7112-6902   Athletics Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 353,231
   7112-6904   Campus Police Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 40,529
   7112-6907   Child Care Center Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 80,316
   7112-6908   Child Development Lab Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 31,893
   7112-6909   College Center Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 114,496
   7112-6910   Continuing Education Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 3,262,271
   7112-6911   Dormitory Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 966,941
   7112-6913   Educational Services Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 62,696
   7112-6914   Emergency Educational Services Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 819,615
   7112-6917   General Purpose Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 82,248
   7112-6919   Health Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 128,520
   7112-6922   Library Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 39,949
   7112-6927   Orientation Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 37,570
   7112-6930   Placement Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 49,258
   7112-6934   Research, Grants, and Contracts Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 81,232
   7112-6936   Student Activities Payroll Trust Fund - Framingham State College 52,058
   7113-6603   Campus Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 411,000
   7113-6608   Summary Trust Funds - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 12,003,000
   7113-6701   Pell Grant - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 1,096,000
   7113-6702   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant - Mass College of Liberal Arts 124,952
   7113-6703   College Work Study Program - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 328,748
   7113-6704   Perkins Loan Fund - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 200,000
   7113-9706   Agency Fund - Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 140,000
   7114-1113   Special Assessment Trust Fund - Salem State College 8,806,199
   7114-6001   Dormitory Payroll Trust Fund - Salem State College 756,591
   7114-6011   Special Trust Fund - Salem State College 765,434
   7114-6607   Student Fee Chargeback - Salem State College 361,614
   7114-6650   Campus Trust Funds - Salem State College 38,012,405
   7114-6670   National Defense Student Loans - Salem State College 218,086
   7114-6671   Pell Grants - Salem State College 2,447,075
   7114-6672   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant - Salem State College 348,447
   7114-6673   Nursing Loan Program Trust Fund - Salem State College 56,123
   7114-6674   College Work Study Program - Salem State College 259,069
   7114-6690   Agency Funds - Salem State College 6,794,256
   7115-0005   Student Support Grant - Westfield State College 36,070
   7115-0508   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Westfield State College 295,448
   7115-6001   Dormitory Authority Trust Fund - Westfield State College 2,012,938
   7115-6014   Special Trust Fund - Westfield State College 170,052
   7115-6603   National Defense Student Loan - Westfield State College 200,000
   7115-6604   Pell Grants - Westfield State College 1,501,000
   7115-6605   Student Fees and Interest Trust Fund - Westfield State College 16,540,700
   7115-6606   Agency Trust Fund - Westfield State College 4,295,000
   7115-6607   College Work Study - Westfield State College 350,000
   7116-6603   Special Salaries Account - Worcester State College 130,000
   7116-6604   Non-appropriated Funds - Worcester State College 16,000,000
   7117-2100   Agency Trust Funds - Massachusetts College of Art 11,723,251
   7117-2402   Art School Associates Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Art 12,000
   7117-2502   College Work Study Program Federal Funds - Massachusetts College of Art 88,712
   7117-2504   Pell Grants - Massachusetts College of Art 789,712
   7117-2506   Perkins Loan Federal Funds - Massachusetts College of Art 4,541
   7117-2508   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant - Massachusetts College of Art 96,056
   7117-2600   Agency Funds Activity - Massachusetts College of Art 600,000
   7117-3001   Payroll Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Art 500,000
   7117-6001   Dormitory Trust Fund - Massachusetts College of Art 400,000
   7117-6604   Rebecca R. Joslin Scholarship Fund - Massachusetts College of Art 10,000
   7118-0005   College Work Study Program - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 75,000
   7118-0014   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 59,699
   7118-0015   Pell Grants - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 370,000
   7118-1000   Restricted Scholarships Fund - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 2,551,600
   7118-2000   Institutional Grants - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 400,990
   7118-4000   Enterprise Funds - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 2,483,000
   7118-5000   General Fund - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 5,560,506
   7118-6001   Authority Dormitory Payments - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 235,440
   7118-9000   Continuing Education Payroll Account - Massachusetts Maritime Academy 1,450,000
   7220-0070   Chargeback - University of Massachusetts Lowell 9,538
   7310-0001   Chargeback - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2,265,578
   7400-0103   Central Administration Trust - University of Massachusetts 1,384
   7400-6119   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Amherst 359,497,639
   7400-6129   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Boston 84,854,978
   7400-6139   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 59,625,432
   7400-6159   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Lowell 69,395,115
   7400-6169   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Masschusetts Worcester 452,503,237
   7400-6179   Other Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts 18,111,734
   7400-6219   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Amherst 73,998,315
   7400-6229   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Boston 20,032,802
   7400-6239   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 11,998,119
   7400-6259   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Lowell 15,040,772
   7400-6269   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Worcester 76,550,228
   7400-6279   Federal Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Boston 4,541,231
   7400-6319   Endowments Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Amherst 438,549
   7400-6359   Endowments Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Lowell 74,134
   7400-6369   Endowments Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Worcester 618,817
   7400-6419   Agency Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Amherst 6,360,423
   7400-6429   Agency Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Boston 7,811,186
   7400-6439   Agency Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Dartmouth 2,571,055
   7400-6459   Agency Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Lowell 3,558,631
   7400-6469   Agency Non-appropriated Funds - University of Massachusetts Worcester 873,180
   7400-6669   Hospital Statutory Activity - University of Massachusetts Worcester 34,538,754
   7410-0001   Agency Trust Funds - University of Massachusetts Amherst 804,494
   7411-0050   Chargeback - University of Massachusetts 5,217,971
   7502-2200   Endowments - Berkshire Community College 2,500
   7502-2300   Agency Funds - Berkshire Community College 85,000
   7502-2400   Agency Trust Funds - Berkshire Community College 6,700,000
   7502-2500   Pell Grants - Berkshire Community College 1,162,000
   7502-2501   College Work Study Federal - Berkshire Community College 83,340
   7502-2502   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Berkshire Community College 49,998
   7502-2509   Fipse Comprehensive Program Applications - Berkshire Community College 89,706
   7502-2510   Title III Strengthening Institutions - Berkshire Community College 100,000
   7502-2512   National Learn and Serve Grant - Berkshire Community College 37,150
   7502-2513   Trio Student Support Services Berkshire Community College 245,740
   7502-9700   Cafeteria Trust Fund - Berkshire Community College 52,453
   7502-9701   Store Trust Fund - Berkshire Community College 39,294
   7502-9705   Central American Scholarship Program - Berkshire Community College 57,938
   7502-9707   Chargeback Administration - Berkshire Community College 159,505
   7502-9709   Miscellaneous Grant Funds - Berkshire Community College 922,170
   7502-9729   Bay State Skills Grant Program - Berkshire Community College 5,000
   7503-4000   Payroll Clearing Account - Bristol Community College 172,937
   7503-4111   Trust Disbursements - Bristol Community College 9,305,322
   7503-6551   Overhead Grant Expense Trust Fund - Bristol Community College 905,506
   7503-6553   State Department of Education Grants - Bristol Community College 1,363,967
   7504-0001   Payroll Trust Fund - Cape Cod Community College 1,500,000
   7504-4000   Agency Trust Fund - Cape Cod Community College 7,088,541
   7504-4001   Agency Funds - Cape Cod Community College 1,715,741
   7504-4003   Pell Grants - Cape Cod Community College 1,825,000
   7504-4004   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Cape Cod Community College 105,000
   7504-4005   College Work Study Program - Cape Cod Community College 81,000
   7504-4009   Student Support Services - Cape Cod Community College 262,687
   7505-0200   Bookstore Payroll - Greenfield Community College 153,788
   7505-0501   College Work Study - Greenfield Community College 148,303
   7505-0502   Pell Grants - Greenfield Community College 1,662,065
   7505-0503   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Greenfield Community College 67,550
   7505-0506   Nursing Student Loans - Greenfield Community College 18,892
   7505-0507   Perkins Loan Program - Greenfield Community College 148,162
   7505-0699   Agency Trust Funds - Greenfield Community College 800,796
   7505-0788   National Science Foundation Reporting - Greenfield Community College 128,874
   7505-0799   Non-appropriated Funds - Greenfield Community College 7,042,489
   7505-6551   Overhead Grant Expense Trust - Greenfield Community College 2,329,087
   7506-0001   Agency Trust Funds - Holyoke Community College 7,656,000
   7506-0002   Agency Funds - Holyoke Community College 100,000
   7506-0003   Pell Grants - Holyoke Community College 3,330,000
   7506-0004   College Work Study - Holyoke Community College 170,000
   7506-0005   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Holyoke Community College 110,000
   7506-0012   Chargeback - Holyoke Community College 9,236,657
   7506-0016   State Grants - Holyoke Community College 1,300,000
   7506-0017   Student Activity Agency Funds - Holyoke Community College 170,000
   7506-0019   Upward Bound - Holyoke Community College 412,000
   7507-6553   Other Trust Funds - Massachusetts Bay Community College 12,950,628
   7507-6554   Pell Grants - Massachusetts Bay Community College 1,809,791
   7507-6556   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Mass Bay Community College 56,943
   7507-6558   College Work Study - Massachusetts Bay Community College 99,023
   7507-6561   Trust Fund Payroll - Massachusetts Bay Community College 315,799
   7508-6025   Operating Trust Fund - Massasoit Community College 522,247
   7508-6053   Student Support Services - Massasoit Community College 222,361
   7508-6054   Auxiliary Funds - Massasoit Community College 646,959
   7508-6101   Pell Grants - Massasoit Community College 3,030,160
   7508-6102   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Massasoit Community College 127,227
   7508-6103   Federal Work Study Program - Massasoit Community College 133,495
   7508-6125   Operating Fund - Massasoit Community College 10,361,374
   7508-6190   Scholarship Trust - Massasoit Community College 236,378
   7508-6545   Vocational Education - Massasoit Community College 253,721
   7509-1491   Educational Opportunity Centers Expenses - Mount Wachusett Community College 63,126
   7509-6551   Overhead Grant Expense Trust Fund - Mount Wachusett Community College 306,055
   7509-6709   Federal Grant Allocations Payroll - Mount Wachusett Community College 339,830
   7509-6710   Federal Grant Expenditures - Mount Wachusett Community College 756,722
   7509-8404   Talent Search Program - Mount Wachusett Community College 119,590
   7509-9200   Day Trust Funds - Mount Wachusett Community College 7,146,627
   7509-9202   Day Trust Funds - Mount Wachusett Community College 240,424
   7509-9800   Grants - Mount Wachusett Community College 446,105
   7509-9802   Non-federal Grants Trust Fund - Mount Wachusett Community College 751,810
   7509-9842   Special Services for Disadvantaged Students - Mount Wachusett Community College 116,146
   7509-9903   Payroll Trust - Mount Wachusett Community College 382,799
   7510-8000   All Purpose Trust Fund - Northern Essex Community College 14,000,000
   7510-8705   Institutional Education Fee Fund - Northern Essex Community College 1,500,000
   7510-8900   Endowment Scholarship Trust - Northern Essex Community College 100,000
   7510-8920   State Work Study Program - Northern Essex Community College 6,800,000
   7511-1961   General Student Fee Trust Chargebacks - North Shore Community College 176,000
   7511-1963   Student Activities - North Shore Community College 30,455
   7511-1964   Student Activities - North Shore Community College 100,000
   7511-1965   General Student Fee Trust - North Shore Community College 4,438,000
   7511-1966   General Student Fee Trust - North Shore Community College 5,877,542
   7511-1971   Educational Reserve and Development - North Shore Community College 674,522
   7511-1972   Educational Reserve and Development - North Shore Community College 298,500
   7511-1973   Bookstore Fund - North Shore Community College 1,568,600
   7511-1974   Bookstore Fund - North Shore Community College 336,615
   7511-1975   All Purpose Trust - North Shore Community College 15,000
   7511-1977   Pell Grants - North Shore Community College 4,000,000
   7511-1978   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - North Shore Community College 225,000
   7511-1979   College Work Study Program - North Shore Community College 200,000
   7511-1980   Agency Trust Funds - North Shore Community College 1,150,000
   7511-1981   State Student Aid - North Shore Community College 1,350,000
   7511-1983   Work Study Payroll College Trust - North Shore Community College 175,285
   7511-6510   Department of Education Grants - North Shore Community College 580,000
   7511-6511   Department of Education Grants - North Shore Community College 490,200
   7511-6551   Overhead Expense Account For Federal Grants - North Shore Community College 10,155
   7511-6552   Overhead Trust - North Shore Community College 29,845
   7512-6546   Bookstore Trust Fund - Quinsigamond Community College 2,806,961
   7512-6551   Overhead Grant Expense Trust Fund - Quinsigamond Community College 1,535,590
   7512-6601   Pell Grants - Quinsigamond Community College 3,500,000
   7512-6602   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Quinsigamond Community College 99,810
   7512-6620   Trust Funds - Quinsigamond Community College 13,943,737
   7512-6640   Agency Funds - Quinsigamond Community College 251,714
   7512-6660   Endowment Funds - Quinsigamond Community College 25,000
   7512-9703   Community College Center For Lifelong Learning - Quinsigamond Community College 136,664
   7514-8520   Agency Trust Funds - Springfield Technical Community College 9,396,705
   7514-8704   Student Activities Trust - Springfield Technical Community College 526,500
   7514-8801   Federal College Work Study - Springfield Technical Community College 249,546
   7514-8802   Pell Grants - Springfield Technical Community College 3,973,385
   7514-8803   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Springfield Tech Community College 196,958
   7514-9702   Evening Classes - Springfield Technical Community College 7,747,519
   7515-9101   College Work Study Program - Roxbury Community College 148,952
   7515-9111   General Account - Roxbury Community College 1,666,638
   7515-9117   Division of Extended Education - Roxbury Community College 2,182,500
   7515-9134   Other Trust Fund Account - Roxbury Community College 21,048
   7515-9135   Disbursement Account - Roxbury Community College 2,856,200
   7516-2000   Non-appropriated Trust Funds - Middlesex Community College 15,950,000
   7516-2075   Agency Trust Funds - Middlesex Community College 5,820,000
   7516-2125   Health Careers Opportunity Grant - Middlesex Community College 116,237
   7516-2225   Pell Grants - Middlesex Community College 2,600,000
   7516-2325   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Middlesex Community College 192,500
   7516-2350   College Work Study - Middlesex Community College 171,568
   7516-2375   Talent Search - Middlesex Community College 320,000
   7516-2450   Student Support Services - Middlesex Community College 295,000
   7516-2476   Career Pathways - Middlesex Community College 124,775
   7516-2485   Upward Bound Program - Middlesex Community College 217,909
   7516-6551   Overhead Grant Expense Trust Fund - Middlesex Community College 3,810,000
   7518-6119   Program Development - Bunker Hill Community College 1,582,435
   7518-6120   Program Development - Bunker Hill Community College 673,000
   7518-6121   Pell Grants - Bunker Hill Community College 5,300,000
   7518-6122   Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants - Bunker Hill Community College 235,000
   7518-6139   Student Activities - Bunker Hill Community College 61,000
   7518-6300   General College Trust - Bunker Hill Community College 5,020,079
   7518-6301   General College Trust - Bunker Hill Community College 6,483,000

 

 
 
Division of Educational Quality and Accountability 4,000,000
For the operation of the office of education quality and accountability; provided, that the secretary of education is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 4,000,000
Direct Appropriations  
   7061-0029   Office of Educational Quality and Accountability 4,000,000

 

 

 

Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security 244,371  43,562  287,932  2,051 
Department of Correction 469,903  7,635  477,538  24,784 
Department of State Police 245,740  14,873  260,613  26,404 
Department of Motor Vehicles 66,400  41,736  108,135  429,289 
Department of Emergency Services 16,159  16,104  32,263  9,924 

TOTAL       1,042,573  123,909    1,166,481  492,452 
 
Executive Office for Public Safety and Homeland Security 287,932,499
For the operation of the executive office for public safety and homeland security; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 244,370,703
Direct Appropriations  
   1599-8085   Public Safety Costs Associated with Homeland Security 7,800,000
   8000-0000   Executive Office of Public Safety and Homeland Security Administration 1,915,013
   8000-0010   Community Policing Grants 20,267,596
   8000-0020   Statewide Emergency Telecommunications Board 288,071
   8000-0030   Hate Crimes Awareness Program 100,000
   8000-0040   Police Career Incentive Reimbursements 45,647,419
   8000-0060   Racial Profiling Law Implementation 840,913
   8600-0060   Sexual Assault Evidence Collection Kits 55,861
   8910-0000   County Correction Programs 167,437,850
Retained Revenues 
   8000-0101   Fees from Auto Etching 17,980
 
Federal Grant Spending 43,561,796
   8600-0002   Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention Act Planning 137,803
   8600-0003   Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention Act 1,235,582
   8600-0008   Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act of 1986 1,787,879
   8600-0009   Narcotics Control Assistance 10,797,224
   8600-0010   Statistical Analysis Center 51,377
   8600-0019   Title V - Delinquency Prevention 523,439
   8600-0020   Stop Violence Against Women Formula Grants Program 3,087,502
   8600-0021   Challenge Grants Program 157,000
   8600-0023   Criminal History Improvement 1,053,107
   8600-0024   State Prisoner Residential Substance Abuse Treatment 680,058
   8600-0025   Local Law Enforcement Block Grants 735,685
   8600-0034   Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grant 4,258,929
   8600-0042   Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program 100,000
   8850-0004   State Highway Safety Programs 18,619,013
   8850-0029   Evaluation of Rational Speed Limits 102,147
   8850-0030   Crash Outcome Data Evaluation System 35,717
   8850-0031   FY2002 Enforcing the Underage Drinking Law 100,000
   8850-0032   Increasing Seat Belt Use in Secondary Law States 99,334

 

 
 
Department of Correction 477,537,547
For the operation of the department of correction; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 469,902,960
Direct Appropriations  
   8000-0125   Sex Offender Registry Board 3,054,076
   8900-0001   Department of Correction Facility Operations 440,542,406
   8900-0010   Prison Industries and Farm Program 1,901,019
   8900-1003   Community Corrections 16,205,459
Retained Revenues 
   8900-0011   Fees from Prison Industries and Farm Program 2,600,000
   8900-0045   Reimbursement from Housing Federal Inmates 5,600,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 6,050,000
   8900-0021   Chargeback for Prison Industries and Farm Program 6,050,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 1,339,587
   8903-0019   Life Skills for State and Local Prisoners 636,000
   8903-6202   Serious and Violent Offender Re-entry Initiative 666,718
   8950-4060   New England Linked Sex Offender Notification 36,869
 
Trust and Other Spending 245,000
   8900-9000   Inmate Program Fund 245,000

 

 
 
Department of State Police 260,612,586
For the operation of the department of state police; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 245,739,700
Direct Appropriations  
   7006-0100   Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 766,478
   8000-0105   Office of Chief Medical Examiner 4,083,945
   8000-0110   Criminal History Systems Board Administration 5,903,362
   8100-0000   Department of State Police Operations 201,707,254
   8100-0007   State Police Overtime 11,060,782
   8200-0200   Criminal Justice Training Council 2,496,050
Retained Revenues 
   8000-0122   Fees from Chief Medical Examiner 810,000
   8100-0006   Fees from State Police Private Details 14,000,000
   8100-0011   Federal Reimbursement for State Police 3,600,000
   8100-0020   Fees from State Police Telecommunications 150,329
   8200-0222   Fees from Law Enforcement Training 1,161,500
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 35,000
   8200-1121   Chargeback for Facilities Use 35,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 10,217,886
   8100-0209   Region 1 Training Academy Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 127,009
   8100-0210   Federal Motor Carrier Safety Assistance 1,163,825
   8100-2058   New England State Police Administrator's Conference - Regional Investigation 3,782,789
   8100-9706   Cannabis Eradication Controlled Substance Prosecution DEA Cooperative Agreement 72,000
   8100-9719   FY2001 No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program 760,530
   8100-9720   FY2003 No Suspect Casework DNA Backlog Reduction Program 1,789,772
   8200-0010   Police Corps Program 2,521,961
 
Trust and Other Spending 4,620,000
   8100-4444   Federal Forfeiture Account 422,500
   8100-4545   State Forfeiture Account 37,500
   8100-4747   State Police Logan Trust 4,160,000

 

 
 
Department of Motor Vehicles 108,135,431
For the operation of the department of motor vehicles; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 66,399,771
Direct Appropriations  
   8400-0001   Registry of Motor Vehicles Administration 48,252,260
   8400-0016   Motorcycle Safety Program 189,866
   8400-0100   Merit Rating Board 8,757,377
   8850-0001   Highway Safety Bureau - State Match 200,268
Retained Revenues 
   8400-0024   Fees from Civil Motor Vehicle Infractions 3,000,000
   8400-0033   Fees from Accessing Driver Records 3,500,000
   8400-0222   Fees from Registration Renewals 2,500,000
 
Trust and Other Spending 41,735,660
   8400-0012   Environmental Registration Plate for Private Passenger Vehicles 140,000
   8400-0054   Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Trust Fund 41,595,660

 

 
 
Department of Emergency Services 32,263,259
For the operation of the department of emergency services; provided, that the secretary of public safety and homeland security is authorized to expend the funds appropriated herein 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 16,159,378
Direct Appropriations  
   8324-0000   Department of Fire Services Administration 9,082,736
   8700-0001   Military Division Administration 5,247,534
   8800-0001   Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Operations 613,927
   8800-0100   Nuclear Safety Preparedness Program 354,208
   8800-0200   Radiological Emergency Response Plan Evaluations 269,473
   8800-0300   Environmental Monitoring of Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant 91,500
Retained Revenues 
   8700-1140   Fees from Armory Rentals 500,000
 
Intragovernmental Service Spending 500,000
   8700-1145   Chargeback for Armory Rentals 500,000
 
Federal Grant Spending 15,603,881
   8700-1000   Military Construction Costs 3,000,000
   8800-0003   Emergency Management Assistance - Personnel and Administrative Expenses 2,660,028
   8800-0037   Hazard Mitigation 3,988,409
   8800-0042   Hazardous Materials Transportation Act 216,762
   8800-0048   Flood Mitigation Assistance Program 725,989
   8800-0055   Department of Housing and Urban Development Disaster Relief 1,809,165
   8800-0068   Preparedness Equipment - State and Local 2,757,000
   8800-0069   Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act Grant 5,000
   8800-0078   Pre-disaster Mitigation Grant 441,528

 

 

 

Legislature

 
FISCAL YEAR 2004 RESOURCE SUMMARY ($000)
MASTER ACCOUNT
FY 2004
Budgetary
Recommendations

FY 2004
Federal, Trust,
and ISF

FY 2004
Total
Spending

FY 2004
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue

Senate 16,620  16,620 
House of Representatives 30,873  30,873  18 
Joint Legislative Operations 6,768  6,768 

TOTAL       54,261    54,261  19 
 
Senate 16,620,035
For the operation of the senate 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 16,620,035
Direct Appropriations  
   9500-0000   Senate Operations 16,620,035

 

 
 
House of Representatives 30,872,678
For the operation of the house of representatives 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 30,872,678
Direct Appropriations  
   9600-0000   House of Representatives Operations 30,872,678

 

 
 
Joint Legislative Operations 6,767,859
For joint legislative operations 
 
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Budgetary Direct Appropriations 6,767,859
Direct Appropriations  
   9700-0000   Joint Legislative Operations 6,767,859