Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 1 Fiscal Year 2012

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2012

Executive Office of Education - Detail


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
SECRETARIAT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Office of the Secretary of Education 11,703 1,837 13,540 0
Department of Early Education and Care 510,149 4,404 514,553 198,785
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4,484,466 911,853 5,396,319 7,460
Department of Higher Education 110,626 9,554 120,181 0
University of Massachusetts 417,983 152,906 570,889 35,104
State Universities 189,541 697,915 887,456 12,911
Community Colleges 208,010 446,591 654,601 8,699
TOTAL 5,932,478 2,225,061 8,157,539 262,960
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Pie Chart: Department of Early Ed. and Care=9%, Education (K-12)=75%, University of Massachusetts=7%, Secretariats that are Less than 5% of Total=9%

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Secretariat FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
Executive Office of Education 932 8,541 8,543 8,718 11,703
Department of Early Education and Care 585,118 537,293 505,233 510,345 510,149
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4,565,039 4,309,113 4,264,602 4,274,352 4,484,466
Board of Higher Education 120,415 103,344 101,469 101,659 111,126
University of Massachusetts 497,966 411,898 424,055 429,541 417,983
State Universities 222,565 185,823 191,029 194,750 189,541
Community Colleges 244,885 204,542 210,313 210,896 208,010
TOTAL 6,236,920 5,760,554 5,705,245 5,730,261 5,932,978

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 

Historical Spending Categories ($000)
SPENDING CATEGORY FY2008
Expended
FY2009
Expended
FY2010
Expended
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012
House 1
Wages & Salaries 4,306,665 4,237,711 3,954,786 4,113,216 4,001,863
Employee Benefits 1,366,131 1,483,615 1,584,589 1,848,243 1,837,411
Operating Expenses 1,613,930 1,130,740 1,035,286 964,801 885,756
Safety Net 12,590,650 13,070,211 13,623,101 16,308,503 15,872,727
Grants & Subsidies 6,185,698 5,785,730 5,873,087 5,843,436 5,809,334
Debt Service 1,989,968 2,007,284 1,982,701 1,876,335 2,141,602
TOTAL 28,053,041 27,715,292 28,053,550 30,954,534 30,548,693

 

FY2012 Spending Category Chart:Wages & Salaries=13%, Employee Benefits=6%, Operating Expenses=3%, Safety Net=52%, Grants & Subsidies=19%, Debt Service=7%



 
 
 
Historical Employment Levels
Secretariat
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
Executive Office of Education 0 10 43 68 68
Department of Early Education and Care 207 205 186 184 184
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 300 300 247 234 230
Board of Higher Education 59 55 46 35 37
University of Massachusetts 5,762 5,772 5,297 6,668 6,668
State Universities 3,846 3,695 3,156 3,306 3,306
Community Colleges 3,611 3,943 3,410 3,709 3,709
TOTAL 13,784 13,979 12,385 14,204 14,202

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 

Office of the Secretary of Education


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Office of the Secretary of Education 11,703 1,837 13,540 0


account description amount
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF EDUCATION 13,540,197
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 11,702,720
Direct Appropriations
7009-1700 Education Information Technology Costs 7,975,734
7009-6379 Executive Office of Education 726,986
7009-6381 Executive Office of Education Achievement Gap Support 3,000,000
account description amount
Intragovernmental Service Spending 1,837,477
7009-1701 Chargeback for Education Information Technology Costs 1,837,477

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7009-1700 Education Information Technology Costs 0 7,778 7,801 7,976 7,976
7009-6379 Executive Office of Education 932 763 742 742 727
7009-6381 Executive Office of Education Achievement Gap Support 0 0 0 0 3,000
TOTAL 932 8,541 8,543 8,718 11,703

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7009-1700 Education Information Technology Costs 0 0 35 60 60
7009-6379 Executive Office of Education 0 10 8 8 8
TOTAL 0 10 43 68 68

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

Department of Early Education and Care


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Department of Early Education and Care 510,149 4,404 514,553 198,785


account description amount
DEPARTMENT OF EARLY EDUCATION AND CARE 514,553,197
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 510,148,907
3000-1000 Department of Early Education and Care Administration 11,683,491
3000-2000 Access Management 5,933,862
3000-2050 Children's Trust Fund Operations 1,094,507
3000-4060 Child Care Access 446,137,347
3000-5000 Grants to Head Start Programs 7,500,000
3000-5075 Universal Pre-Kindergarten 7,500,000
3000-6000 Quality Program Supports 14,011,633
3000-6075 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Services 750,000
3000-7000 Children's Trust Fund 10,538,067
3000-7050 Services for Infants and Parents 5,000,000

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 4,322,388
3000-0708 Fiscal Year 2007 Head Start 175,000
3000-2009 ARRA - Child Care Discretionary Funds 3,569,912
3000-9002 Child Abuse Prevention 577,476
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 81,902
4130-0009 Children's Trust 81,902

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
3000-1000 Department of Early Education and Care Administration 13,868 11,945 11,306 11,417 11,683
3000-2000 Access Management 25,411 9,783 5,934 5,934 5,934
3000-2050 Children's Trust Fund Operations 1,350 1,155 1,095 1,095 1,095
3000-3050 Supportive Child Care 79,091 77,837 85,714 85,714 0
3000-4050 TANF Related Child Care 197,745 116,232 127,358 132,458 0
3000-4060 Child Care Access 213,570 273,572 228,527 228,427 446,137
3000-5000 Grants to Head Start Programs 10,000 8,000 7,500 7,500 7,500
3000-5075 Universal Pre-Kindergarten 12,139 8,000 7,500 7,500 7,500
3000-6000 Quality Program Supports 1,739 14,081 14,012 14,012 14,012
3000-6050 Professional Development 4,558 0 0 0 0
3000-6075 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Services 2,900 1,000 750 750 750
3000-7000 Children's Trust Fund 13,192 10,688 10,538 10,538 10,538
3000-7050 Services for Infants and Parents 9,556 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000
TOTAL 585,118 537,293 505,233 510,345 510,149

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
3000-1000 Department of Early Education and Care Administration 176 175 160 157 157
3000-2050 Children's Trust Fund Operations 18 16 16 16 16
3000-7000 Children's Trust Fund 13 14 10 11 11
TOTAL 207 205 186 184 184

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

Department of Elementary and Secondary Education


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 4,484,466 911,853 5,396,319 7,460


account description amount
DEPARTMENT OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION 5,396,318,518
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 4,484,465,653
Direct Appropriations
7010-0005 Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 12,767,009
7010-0012 Programs to Eliminate Racial Imbalance - METCO 17,642,582
7010-0033 Literacy Programs 3,947,940
7027-0019 School to Career Connecting Activities 2,000,000
7027-1004 English Language Acquisition 364,937
7028-0031 School-Age Children in Institutional Schools and Houses of Correction 7,507,038
7030-1002 Kindergarten Expansion Grants 22,948,947
7035-0002 Adult Basic Education 27,702,115
7035-0006 Transportation of Pupils - Regional School Districts 40,521,000
7035-0007 Non-Resident Pupil Transport 400,000
7051-0015 Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program 1,000,000
7053-1909 School Lunch Program 5,426,986
7053-1925 School Breakfast Program 4,411,611
7061-0008 Chapter 70 Payments to Cities and Towns 3,990,519,337
7061-0012 Circuit Breaker - Reimbursement for Special Education Residential Schools 213,119,160
7061-0029 Educational Quality and Accountability 942,704
7061-9010 Charter School Reimbursement 71,554,914
7061-9200 Education Technology Program 894,550
7061-9400 Student and School Assessment 24,362,278
7061-9404 MCAS Low-Scoring Student Support 9,655,545
7061-9408 Targeted Intervention in Underperforming Schools 7,692,193
7061-9412 Extended Learning Time Grants 13,918,030
7061-9600 Concurrent Enrollment for Disabled Students 400,000
7061-9611 After-School and Out-of-School Grants 1,500,000
7061-9614 Alternative Education Grants 146,140
7061-9619 Franklin Institute of Boston 1
7061-9626 Youth-Build Grants 1,300,000
7061-9634 Mentoring Matching Grants 100,000
7061-9804 Teacher Content Training 353,227

account description amount
Retained Revenues
7061-9601 Teacher Certification Retained Revenue 1,367,409
account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 911,852,865
7032-0217 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship Program - Distribution 811,500
7035-0166 Even Start Family Literacy Program 899,644
7035-0210 Advanced Placement Fee Payment Program 409,596
7038-0107 Adult Basic Education Program 10,122,643
7038-9004 School - Based Programs 396,319
7043-1001 Title I Grants to Local Education Agencies 224,349,667
7043-1004 Migrant Education 1,673,173
7043-1005 Title I Neglected and Delinquent Children 1,975,418
7043-1006 School Improvement Grants 8,545,582
7043-2001 Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting 49,840,982
7043-2002 Enhancing Education through Technology 1,413,323
7043-2003 Title I Math and Science Partnerships 2,128,970
7043-3001 English Language Acquisition 12,828,154
7043-4001 Safe Drug Free Schools and Communities 4,322,352
7043-4002 After School Learning Centers 18,789,507
7043-6001 Grants for State Assessments and Related Activities 7,713,919
7043-6501 Education for Homeless Children and Youth 970,684
7043-7001 Special Education Grants 282,381,862
7043-7002 Preschool Grants 9,478,313
7043-8001 Vocational Education Basic Grants 18,934,258
7043-8002 Technical Preparation Education 1,648,213
7044-0020 Project Focus Academy 2,076,363
7047-9008 Learn and Serve 1,150,000
7048-0229 Promoting Science Based Approaches - Prevent Teen Pregnancy 8,379
7048-1616 College Access Challenge Grant Program 935,684
7048-9144 Migrant Student Information Exchange 66,666
7048-9200 Data Systems Grant Student Connect 2,332,414
7053-2008 Nuts, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 2,256,281
7053-2010 Child Nutrition Grant St Prog Review 1,093,325
7053-2112 Special Assistance Funds 174,930,125
7053-2117 Child Care Program 56,103,697
7053-2126 Temporary Emergency Food Assistance 1,281,074
7053-2202 Special Summer Food Service Program for Children 6,800,159
7062-0008 Office of School Lunch Programs - Child Care Program Administration 3,184,619

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7010-0005 Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 16,780 13,751 12,767 12,767 12,767
7010-0012 Programs to Eliminate Racial Imbalance - METCO 21,615 18,492 17,643 17,643 17,643
7010-0020 Bay State Reading Institute 1,450 0 400 400 0
7010-0033 Literacy Programs 0 4,175 3,148 3,148 3,948
7010-0216 Teacher Quality Investment 596 0 0 0 0
7010-1022 Certificate of Occupational Proficiency 1,300 209 0 0 0
7027-0016 School-to-Work Programs Matching Grants 3,120 0 0 0 0
7027-0019 School to Career Connecting Activities 4,130 2,000 2,000 3,500 2,000
7027-1004 English Language Acquisition 471 398 365 365 365
7028-0031 School-Age Children in Institutional Schools and Houses of Correction 7,727 7,686 7,476 7,507 7,507
7030-1002 Kindergarten Expansion Grants 33,802 25,749 22,949 22,949 22,949
7030-1003 Early Literacy Grants 3,740 0 0 0 0
7030-1005 Early Intervention Tutorial Literacy 2,900 0 400 400 0
7035-0002 Adult Basic Education 31,176 28,085 27,702 27,702 27,702
7035-0006 Transportation of Pupils - Regional School Districts 61,300 40,522 40,521 40,521 40,521
7035-0007 Non-Resident Pupil Transport 2,075 647 400 400 400
7051-0015 Temporary Emergency Food Assistance Program 1,247 1,240 1,000 1,000 1,000
7052-0006 SBA Engineering and Architectu 19 0 0 0 0
7053-1909 School Lunch Program 5,427 5,427 5,427 5,427 5,427
7053-1925 School Breakfast Program 4,278 4,178 4,121 5,268 4,412
7061-0008 Chapter 70 Payments to Cities and Towns 3,948,824 3,869,848 3,851,193 3,851,193 3,990,519
7061-0011 Education Reform Reserve 5,500 0 0 0 0
7061-0012 Circuit Breaker - Reimbursement for Special Education Residential Schools 230,044 140,113 133,119 133,119 213,119
7061-0029 Educational Quality and Accountability 2,975 1,373 939 943 943
7061-0033 Public School Military Mitigation 0 0 1,300 1,300 0
7061-0222 Low-Class Size Grants 400 0 0 0 0
7061-9010 Charter School Reimbursement 79,752 79,752 71,555 71,555 71,555
7061-9200 Education Technology Program 5,448 658 895 895 895
7061-9400 Student and School Assessment 29,311 25,290 24,362 24,362 24,362
7061-9404 MCAS Low-Scoring Student Support 13,391 9,295 9,095 13,258 9,656
7061-9408 Targeted Intervention in Underperforming Schools 9,175 6,901 6,741 8,385 7,692
7061-9411 Leadership Academies 1,000 0 0 0 0
7061-9412 Extended Learning Time Grants 17,500 15,672 13,918 14,043 13,918
7061-9600 Concurrent Enrollment for Disabled Students 1,575 721 400 890 400
7061-9601 Teacher Certification Retained Revenue 0 0 0 0 1,367
7061-9604 Teacher Preparation and Certification 2,033 1,546 1,367 1,386 0
7061-9610 Citizen Schools Matching Grant 550 0 0 0 0
7061-9611 After-School and Out-of-School Grants 5,550 2,000 1,500 1,899 1,500
7061-9612 Worcester Polytechnic Institute School of Excellence Program 2,175 1,300 0 0 0
7061-9614 Alternative Education Grants 1,196 200 146 146 146
7061-9619 Franklin Institute of Boston 0 0 0 0 0
7061-9621 Gifted and Talented Children 765 0 0 0 0
7061-9626 Youth-Build Grants 2,771 1,500 1,300 1,300 1,300
7061-9634 Mentoring Matching Grants 712 0 100 100 100
7061-9804 Teacher Content Training 991 386 353 582 353
7061-9805 Bullying Prevention 250 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 4,565,039 4,309,113 4,264,602 4,274,352 4,484,466

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7010-0005 Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 137 126 113 99 96
7010-1022 Certificate of Occupational Proficiency 1 1 0 0 0
7027-0019 School to Career Connecting Activities 0 1 0 0 0
7028-0031 School-Age Children in Institutional Schools and Houses of Correction 40 44 40 40 40
7035-0002 Adult Basic Education 4 9 6 6 6
7061-0012 Circuit Breaker - Reimbursement for Special Education Residential Schools 12 14 11 14 13
7061-0029 Educational Quality and Accountability 3 8 7 6 6
7061-9200 Education Technology Program 34 34 9 12 12
7061-9400 Student and School Assessment 24 19 18 19 19
7061-9408 Targeted Intervention in Underperforming Schools 24 22 21 21 21
7061-9601 Teacher Certification Retained Revenue 0 0 0 0 18
7061-9604 Teacher Preparation and Certification 22 23 23 18 0
TOTAL 300 300 247 234 230

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

Department of Higher Education


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Department of Higher Education 110,626 9,554 120,181 0


account description amount
DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER EDUCATION 120,180,633
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 110,626,311
7066-0000 Department of Higher Education 1,673,842
7066-0005 Compact for Education 82,620
7066-0015 Workforce Development Grants to Community Colleges 1,250,000
7066-0016 Foster Care Financial Aid 1,075,299
7066-0019 Dual Enrollment Grant and Subsidies 750,000
7066-0020 Nursing and Allied Health Education Workforce Development 635,250
7066-0021 Foster Care and Adopted Fee Waiver 935,400
7066-0024 Schools of Excellence 1,300,000
7066-0025 Performance Management Set Aside 7,500,000
7070-0065 Massachusetts State Scholarship Program 88,342,236
7077-0023 Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine Program 1,500,000
7520-0424 Health and Welfare Reserve for Higher Education Personnel 5,581,664

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 5,966,853
7066-1574 Improving Teacher Quality Grants 1,500,000
7066-6033 Gear Up II 3,500,000
7070-0017 Leveraging Educational Assistance 966,853
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 3,587,469
7066-0109 Math, Science, Technology and Engineering Grant Foundation 525,000
7066-1081 Scholarship - Internship Match Fund 1,000,000
7066-1960 RGT - Higher Education Coordinating Council Legal Services 12,991
7066-6003 Regents' Extraordinary Expenses Trust 41,863
7066-6004 Veterans' Education Trust Fund 229,173
7066-6006 Regents' Central Services Trust 18,589
7066-6008 Regents Licensing Fees Trust Account 50,000
7066-6010 Agnes M. Lindsay Trust 16,898
7066-6011 Educational Opportunity Trust Fund 91,825
7066-6012 Nursing and Allied Health Trust 667,013
7066-6034 The Ronald E. McNair Reserve Account Expendable Trust 350,000
7066-6035 Veterans' Education Trust Fund Administrative Overhead 50,000
7066-6666 Gear Up Scholarship Trust 500,000
7070-6608 Todd Teachers College Fund 33,782
7070-7000 State Scholarship No Interest Loan 335

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7066-0000 Department of Higher Education 6,513 1,933 1,571 1,674 1,674
7066-0005 Compact for Education 113 92 83 83 83
7066-0009 New England Board of Higher Education 468 300 368 368 0
7066-0015 Workforce Development Grants to Community Colleges 2,000 1,250 1,250 1,250 1,250
7066-0016 Foster Care Financial Aid 1,285 1,150 1,075 1,075 1,075
7066-0019 Dual Enrollment Grant and Subsidies 0 750 0 0 750
7066-0020 Nursing and Allied Health Education Workforce Development 0 1,000 635 635 635
7066-0021 Foster Care and Adopted Fee Waiver 0 1,000 935 935 935
7066-0024 Schools of Excellence 0 0 1,300 1,300 1,300
7066-0025 Performance Management Set Aside 0 0 0 0 7,500
7066-0035 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Pipeline Fund 0 0 0 0 500
7070-0031 McNair Financial Assistance Program 1,966 0 0 0 0
7070-0065 Massachusetts State Scholarship Program 96,875 87,875 86,508 86,508 88,342
7077-0023 Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine Program 5,525 2,500 2,250 2,250 1,500
7520-0424 Health and Welfare Reserve for Higher Education Personnel 5,670 5,495 5,495 5,582 5,582
TOTAL 120,415 103,344 101,469 101,659 111,126

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7066-0000 Department of Higher Education 23 23 19 16 16
7066-0015 Workforce Development Grants to Community Colleges 21 20 15 7 7
7066-0020 Nursing and Allied Health Education Workforce Development 0 0 0 2 2
7066-0035 Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Pipeline Fund 0 0 0 0 2
7070-0031 McNair Financial Assistance Program 3 0 0 0 0
7070-0065 Massachusetts State Scholarship Program 12 12 12 10 10
TOTAL 59 55 46 35 37

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

University of Massachusetts


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
University of Massachusetts 417,983 152,906 570,889 35,104


account description amount
UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS 570,888,942
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 417,982,753
7100-0200 University of Massachusetts 417,982,753

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 990,195
7100-0215 Food Emergency Response Network 52,188
7410-3093 Polymer Building Construction - UMass Amherst 832,264
7411-3092 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Council 80,000
7611-8003 Medicaid Infrastructure 25,743
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 151,915,994
7220-0070 UMS - University of Massachusetts at Lowell - Chargeback 550,000
7310-0001 UMS - University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth - Chargeback 499,627
7400-0101 UMS - Interdepartmental Trust at the Institute of Government 1,200
7400-0103 Interdepartmental Trust at the University of Massachusetts - Administration 366,600
7400-0699 UMS CREBS Bond Payments 146,949
7410-0001 UMS - University of Massachusetts at Amherst Trust 1,989,556
7410-1391 UMS - Family Nutrition University of Massachusetts Extension 2,500,000
7410-7180 UMS - Demand Response Program Trust 32,181
7411-0050 UMS - Interdepartmental Chargeback 69,604,000
7411-0060 UMS - Administrative Revenue 76,034,000
7416-1122 UMS - University of Massachusetts at Boston Trust 191,881

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7100-0200 University of Massachusetts 492,252 411,898 424,055 429,541 417,983
7100-0300 Toxics Use Reduction Institute 1,917 0 0 0 0
7100-0500 Amherst Commonwealth College Honors 3,630 0 0 0 0
7100-0700 Office of Dispute Resolution Operations 166 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 497,966 411,898 424,055 429,541 417,983

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7100-0200 University of Massachusetts 5,703 5,710 5,297 6,668 6,668
7100-0300 Toxics Use Reduction Institute 20 19 0 0 0
7100-0500 Amherst Commonwealth College Honors 38 41 0 0 0
7100-0700 Office of Dispute Resolution Operations 1 1 0 0 0
TOTAL 5,762 5,772 5,297 6,668 6,668

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

State Universities


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
State Universities 189,541 697,915 887,456 12,911


account description amount
STATE UNIVERSITIES 887,456,352
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 189,541,131
7109-0100 Bridgewater State University 32,890,878
7110-0100 Fitchburg State University 23,209,148
7112-0100 Framingham State University 21,266,256
7113-0100 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 12,559,859
7114-0100 Salem State University 34,614,021
7115-0100 Westfield State University 19,323,282
7116-0100 Worcester State University 19,941,794
7117-0100 Massachusetts College of Art 13,405,202
7118-0100 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 12,330,691

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 730,000
7110-1182 National Science Foundation 75,000
7110-6019 Upward Bound Payroll and Benefits 365,000
7110-6030 Expanding Horizons Student Support 240,000
7110-6048 Special Education Personnel Preparation 10,000
7116-6270 National Science Foundation Recovery Act Research Support 15,000
7116-6271 NIH Cancer Research 25,000
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 697,185,221
7107-0027 NAC - Intercept Account 15,000
7107-0029 Westfield State University - Continuing Education Trust 3,700,000
7107-0030 WOR - Continuing Education Trust 4,000,000
7107-0031 MCA - Continuing Education 2,700,000
7109-6001 BSC - Authority Dormitory-payments 3,039,027
7109-6002 BSC - Keyes Library Endowment Fund 2,000
7109-6010 BSC - Non-Appropriated Funds 31,144,815
7109-6011 BSC - Non-Appropriated Funds 113,733,560
7109-6012 BSC - Agency Funds 4,800,000
7109-6013 BSC - Student Government Association Payroll 71,814
7109-6015 BSC - Pell Grant 10,000,000
7109-6016 BSC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 188,000
7109-6017 BSC - College Work Study Program 441,938
7109-6018 BSC - Perkins Loan Program 250,000
7109-6026 BSC - Academic Competitiveness Grant 485,000
7109-6043 National Science Foundation Eclipse Observations 10,000
7109-6045 BSC - Smart Grant 130,000
7109-6047 Stream 90,000
7109-6601 BSC - Elizabeth Case Stevens Fund 1,000
7109-6620 BSC - Auxiliary Operations 39,000,000
7109-6624 BSC - Direct Lending 46,000,000
7109-6625 Teach Grant 292,000
7110-6015 FSC - Professional Development Trust 490,000
7110-6029 FSC - Expanding Horizons Student Support Service 295,000
7110-6038 FSC - Department of Education Grant Contract Revenue 285,000
7110-6045 FSC - Miscellaneous Payroll Trust 745,000
7110-6051 FSC - Continuing Education Trust 5,400,000
7110-6052 FSC - Authority Dormitory Payroll 1,800,000
7110-6058 FSC - Administrative Cost Trust Fund 360,000
7110-6060 FSC - Special Fee Interest Payroll 7,500,000
7110-6061 FSC - Intercept 50,000
7110-6065 FSC - Grant Overhead Payroll 130,000
7110-6601 FSC - Trust Funds 68,000,000
7110-6602 FSC - Endowments 432,600
7110-6604 FSC - Pell Grant 4,284,000
7110-6605 FSC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 330,000
7110-6606 FSC - Perkins - Fitchburg State College 68,000
7110-6607 FSC - Work Study 300,000
7110-6608 FSC - Nursing Student Loans - Fitchburg 50,000
7110-6620 FSC - Agency Funds 30,000,000
7110-6630 FSC - Upward Bound 415,000
7110-6634 FSC - National Science Foundation Grant 75,000
7110-6636 FSC - Unexpended Plant Fund 8,000,000
7110-6637 FSC - Retirement of Indebtedness 3,600,000
7110-6639 Academic Competitiveness Grant 300,000
7110-6640 National Science and Math Access to Retain Talent Grant 100,000
7112-6101 FRC - Arts and Humanities Trust Fund 300,265
7112-6102 FRC - Athletics Trust Fund 151,095
7112-6104 FRC - Campus Police Trust Fund 205,209
7112-6109 FRC - College Center Trust Fund 172,136
7112-6110 FRC - Continuing Education Trust Fund 2,831,966
7112-6111 FRC - Residence Hall Trust Fund 2,954,906
7112-6112 FRC - Residence Hall Damage Trust Fund 109,566
7112-6113 FRC - Academic Support Trust Fund 546,959
7112-6114 FRC - College Operations Trust Fund 8,350,838
7112-6115 FRC - Federal Grant Overhead Trust Fund 83,508
7112-6116 FRC - Federal Student Financial Aid 311,119
7112-6117 FRC - General Purpose Trust Fund 2,429,957
7112-6119 FRC - Health Trust Fund 790,930
7112-6120 FRC - Plant Fund 852,586
7112-6122 FRC - Library Trust Fund 152,154
7112-6128 FRC - Mass Regents Scholarship Trust Fund 118,679
7112-6130 FRC - Placement Trust Fund 552,784
7112-6132 FRC - President's Scholarship Trust Fund 1,981,367
7112-6134 FRC - Research, Grants and Contracts 1,895,873
7112-6135 Residence Hall Council Trust Fund 10,000
7112-6136 FRC - Student Activities Trust Fund 493,045
7112-6137 FRC - Student Activities Class and Club Trust 8,142
7112-6138 FRC - Student Emergency Loan Trust Fund 13,714
7112-6139 FRC - Health Insurance Trust Fund 65,568
7112-6140 FRC - Clearing Accounts 982,993
7112-6144 FRC - Perkins Loan Program 31,719
7112-6145 FRC - President's Scholarship Trust Fund 65,549
7112-6146 FRC - Marion Scherner Leonard Trust Fund 1,000,000
7112-6147 FRC - Marion Scherner Leonard (Non - Endowment) 169,013
7112-6901 FRC - Arts and Humanities Trust Fund - Payroll 22,766
7112-6902 FRC - Athletics Trust Fund - Payroll 224,788
7112-6904 FRC - Campus Police Trust Fund - Payroll 129,592
7112-6909 FRC - College Center Trust Fund - Payroll 186,754
7112-6910 FRC - Continuing Education Trust Fund - Payroll 2,190,929
7112-6911 FRC - Residence Hall Trust Fund - Payroll 1,020,503
7112-6912 FRC - Residence Hall Damage Trust Fund - Payroll 5,947
7112-6913 FRC - Academic Support Trust Fund - Payroll 368,744
7112-6914 FRC - College Operations Trust Fund - Payroll 2,752,495
7112-6916 FRC - Federal Student Financial Aid 80,764
7112-6917 FRC - General Purpose Trust Fund - Payroll 344,030
7112-6919 FRC - Health Trust Fund - Payroll 217,385
7112-6922 FRC - Library Trust Fund - Payroll 106,452
7112-6930 FRC - Placement Trust Fund - Payroll 221,931
7112-6934 FRC - Research, Grants and Contracts 230,389
7112-6935 Residence Hall Council Trust - Payroll 1,129
7112-6936 FRC - Student Activities Trust Fund - Payroll 95,864
7112-6937 FRC - Student Activities Class/Club Payroll 59,569
7113-0130 NAC - Out of State Tuition Retained Revenue 450,000
7113-6603 NAC - Special Trust Fund 3,100,000
7113-6604 NAC Part-Time Trust Payroll 3,850,000
7113-6608 NAC - Trust Funds 23,000,000
7113-6701 NAC - Pell Grant 2,650,000
7113-6702 NAC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 64,952
7113-6703 NAC - College Work Study Program 280,000
7113-6704 NAC - Perkins Loan 200,000
7113-9706 NAC - Agency Fund 270,000
7115-0002 Westfield State University - Student Support 272,739
7115-0508 Westfield State University - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 295,448
7115-6001 Westfield State University - Dormitory - Payments 3,400,000
7115-6014 Westfield State University - Special Trust Fund 19,700,000
7115-6603 Westfield State University - National Defense Student Loan 250,000
7115-6604 Westfield State University - Pell Grant 5,500,000
7115-6605 Westfield State University - Student Fees/Interest 54,000,000
7115-6606 Westfield State University - Agency Fund 9,500,000
7115-6607 Westfield State University - Work Study 368,333
7116-6010 WOR - Overhead Grant Expense Trust 700,000
7116-6015 WOR - Authority Dormitory Trust 1,200,000
7116-6252 WOR - College Work Study 275,000
7116-6602 WOR - Supplemental Full-time Payroll Account 8,000,000
7116-6603 WOR - Special Salaries Account 1,200,000
7116-6604 WOR - Non - appropriated Funds 45,000,000
7116-6608 WOR - Student Wages - Non-Work Study 650,000
7116-9706 WOR - Pell Grant 4,300,000
7116-9707 WOR - Supplemental Educational Opportunity 276,379
7116-9708 WOR - Academic Competitiveness Grant I 120,000
7116-9709 WOR - Academic Competitiveness Grant II 50,000
7117-2100 MCA - Trust Funds 21,517,820
7117-2402 MCA - Mass College of Art Scholarships 2,000,000
7117-2502 MCA - College Work Study Program 92,326
7117-2504 MCA - Pell Grant 1,913,506
7117-2505 MCA - Academic Competitiveness Grant 45,275
7117-2508 MCA - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 96,056
7117-2600 MCA - Agency Funds - Activity 900,000
7117-3001 MCA - Trust Fund Payroll 9,000,000
7117-4001 MCA - Mass Art Trust Payroll 1,800,000
7117-4111 MCA - Mass Art Student Financial Assistance 150,000
7117-6001 MCA - Mass College of Art - Dormitory Trust Fund 200,000
7118-0005 MMA - College Work Study Program 85,000
7118-0014 MMA - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 59,699
7118-0015 MMA - Pell Grant 800,000
7118-1000 MMA - Agency Funds 6,375,000
7118-2494 MMA Demand Response Program 10,000
7118-4000 MMA - Enterprise Funds 26,656,117
7118-6001 MMA - Authority Dormitory - Payments 403,169
7118-9000 MMA - Continuing Education Payroll Account 7,162,977

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7109-0100 Bridgewater State University 39,535 33,009 33,942 34,628 32,891
7110-0100 Fitchburg State University 27,810 23,219 23,875 24,046 23,209
7112-0100 Framingham State University 24,852 20,749 21,336 21,727 21,266
7113-0100 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 14,373 12,000 12,339 12,560 12,560
7114-0100 Salem State University 39,825 33,250 34,191 34,900 34,614
7115-0100 Westfield State University 23,223 19,389 19,885 20,397 19,323
7116-0100 Worcester State University 23,668 19,761 20,320 20,757 19,942
7117-0100 Massachusetts College of Art 15,202 12,692 13,055 13,405 13,405
7118-0100 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 14,078 11,754 12,086 12,331 12,331
TOTAL 222,565 185,823 191,029 194,750 189,541

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7109-0100 Bridgewater State University 678 650 517 482 482
7110-0100 Fitchburg State University 425 442 354 400 400
7112-0100 Framingham State University 406 393 346 371 371
7113-0100 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 243 246 207 222 222
7114-0100 Salem State University 717 648 496 501 501
7115-0100 Westfield State University 387 314 270 353 353
7116-0100 Worcester State University 448 454 428 427 427
7117-0100 Massachusetts College of Art 324 330 323 326 326
7118-0100 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 219 218 214 223 223
TOTAL 3,846 3,695 3,156 3,306 3,306

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

Community Colleges


Fiscal Year 2012 Resource Summary ($000)
DEPARTMENT FY2012
Budgetary
Recommendations
FY2012
Federal, Trust,
and ISF
FY2012
Total
Spending
FY2012
Budgetary
Non-Tax Revenue
Community Colleges 208,010 446,591 654,601 8,699


account description amount
COMMUNITY COLLEGES 654,601,066
Budgetary Direct Appropriations 208,010,050
Direct Appropriations
7502-0100 Berkshire Community College 7,988,207
7503-0100 Bristol Community College 13,885,391
7504-0100 Cape Cod Community College 9,823,796
7505-0100 Greenfield Community College 7,805,699
7506-0100 Holyoke Community College 16,074,594
7507-0100 Massachusetts Bay Community College 11,272,271
7508-0100 Massasoit Community College 17,376,154
7509-0100 Mount Wachusett Community College 11,007,508
7510-0100 Northern Essex Community College 16,218,556
7511-0100 North Shore Community College 17,629,906
7512-0100 Quinsigamond Community College 12,980,557
7514-0100 Springfield Technical Community College 21,070,398
7515-0100 Roxbury Community College 9,729,356
7516-0100 Middlesex Community College 17,121,183
7518-0100 Bunker Hill Community College 17,496,631

account description amount
Retained Revenues
7515-0121 Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Retained Revenue 529,843

account description amount
Federal Grant Spending 1,457,693
7511-9711 Special Services for the Disadvantaged 550,000
7511-9740 Upward Bound 385,000
7511-9750 Talent Search 230,000
7518-6127 College Work Study Program 292,693
account description amount
Trust and Other Spending 445,133,323
7502-2200 Berkshire Community College - Endowments 3,000
7502-2400 Berkshire Community College - Other Trust Funds 9,051,733
7502-2500 BCC - Pell Grants 4,000,000
7502-2501 BCC - Work Study - Federal 83,340
7502-2502 BCC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 48,836
7502-2503 BCC Academic Competitiveness Grant 61,000
7502-2510 BCC - Strengthening Institutions 94,927
7502-2513 BCC - Trio Support Services 42,504
7502-9703 BCC Trust Fund Payroll 2,710,575
7502-9707 BCC - Chargeback Administration 56,000
7502-9709 BCC - Miscellaneous Grant Funds 1,350,000
7502-9729 BCC - Bay State Skills Grant Program - Intercepts 64,000
7505-0200 GCC - Bookstore Payroll 179,643
7505-0501 GCC - College Work Study 148,196
7505-0502 GCC - Pell Grants 5,107,046
7505-0503 GCC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 62,733
7505-0699 GCC - Agency Funds 199,314
7505-0799 GCC - Non-appropriated Funds 7,543,958
7505-6551 GCC - Overhead Grant Expense Trust 5,960,740
7505-6554 GCC - Grants Payroll 43,103
7505-7128 GCC - Federal Grants Reporting 1,462,350
7506-0001 HCC - Other Funds 13,000,000
7506-0008 HCC - Federal Title IV 13,500,000
7506-0012 HCC - Chargeback 18,000,000
7506-0017 HCC - Student Activity Agency Funds 350,000
7508-6025 MAS - Operating Fund 12,500,000
7508-6053 MAS - Trio-Student Support Services 290,000
7508-6054 MAS - Auxiliary Funds 680,000
7508-6101 MAS - Pell Grant 7,500,000
7508-6102 MAS - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 100,000
7508-6103 MAS - College Work Study Program 125,000
7508-6104 MAS Academic Competitiveness Grant 60,000
7508-6125 MAS - Operating Fund 17,000,000
7508-6190 MAS - Agency Funds 520,000
7508-6199 MAS - Grant Activity 3,500,000
7508-7144 MAS - Direct Lending 3,800,000
7509-6551 MWC - Overhead Grant Expense Trust 200,000
7509-6709 MWC - Department of Education Federal Grant Allocations Payroll 700,000
7509-9200 MWC - Day Trust Funds 25,524,798
7509-9202 MWC - Day Trust Funds 83,944
7509-9902 MWC - DCE Trust Fund 6,846,000
7509-9903 MWC - College Day Trust Payroll 3,846,000
7510-7048 NEC - Guaranteed Student Loans 5,805,969
7510-7100 NEC - Financial Aid Trust 1,559,623
7510-7120 NEC - College Work Study 243,451
7510-7121 NEC - Pell Grants 12,743,740
7510-7122 NEC - Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant 177,064
7510-7158 Academic Competitiveness Grant 81,200
7510-8000 NEC - All College Purpose Trust Fund 25,887,257
7510-8705 NEC - Institutional Education Fee Fund 14,488,584
7511-1961 NSC - General Student Fee Trust - Chargebacks 200,000
7511-1963 NSC - Student Activities 45,000
7511-1964 NSC - Student Activities 130,000
7511-1965 NSC - General Student Fee Trust 12,500,000
7511-1966 NSC - General Student Fee Trust 10,000,000
7511-1971 NSC - Educational Reserve and Development 700,000
7511-1972 NSC - Educational Reserve and Development 750,000
7511-1973 NSC - Bookstore 2,650,000
7511-1974 NSC - Bookstore 475,000
7511-1975 NSC - All College Purpose Trust 15,000
7511-1977 NSC - Pell Grant 13,000,000
7511-1978 NSC - Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant 140,000
7511-1979 NSC - College Work Study Program 225,000
7511-1980 NSC - Agency Funds Account 5,500,000
7511-1981 NSC - State Student Aid 1,200,000
7511-1983 NSC - Work Study Payroll College Trust 225,000
7511-6510 NSC - Department of Education Grants 950,000
7511-6511 NSC - Department of Education Grants 1,800,000
7511-6551 Overhead Expense Account For Federal 10,000
7511-6552 NSC - Overhead Trust 30,000
7514-8520 STC - Springfield Technical Community College Trust Fund 16,000,000
7514-8801 STC - College Work Study Program 250,000
7514-8802 STC - Pell Grant 11,500,000
7514-8803 STC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 205,000
7514-9702 STC - Evening Classes 9,000,000
7516-2000 MCC - Other Non-appropriated Trusts 24,400,000
7516-2075 MCC - Agency Funds 7,600,000
7516-2225 MCC - Pell Grants 9,500,000
7516-2325 MCC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 152,000
7516-2350 MCC - College Work Study 158,900
7516-2375 MCC - Talent Search 328,849
7516-2450 MCC - Student Support 321,288
7516-2485 MCC - Upward Bound Program 250,000
7518-6119 BHC - Program Development 1,875,962
7518-6120 BHC - Program Development 2,660,479
7518-6121 BHC - Federal Student Aid - Pell Grant 25,000,000
7518-6122 BHC - Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant 291,160
7518-6128 BHC - Federal College Work Study 292,693
7518-6139 BHC - Student Activities 163,117
7518-6140 BHC - Student Activities 144,200
7518-6300 BHC - General College Trust 18,508,919
7518-6301 BHC - General College Trust 31,842,830
7518-6321 BHC - Custodial Accounts 6,500,000
7518-6322 BHC - Federal Student Services 128,649
7518-6323 BHC - Federal Nursing Grant 128,649

 
Historical Budget Levels ($000)
Account FY2009
      GAA
FY2010
      GAA
FY2011
      GAA
FY2011
Projected
Spending *
FY2012  
   House 1
7502-0100 Berkshire Community College 9,383 7,834 8,056 8,075 7,988
7503-0100 Bristol Community College 16,176 13,506 13,888 13,944 13,885
7504-0100 Cape Cod Community College 11,571 9,660 9,934 9,961 9,824
7505-0100 Greenfield Community College 9,222 7,699 7,917 7,947 7,806
7506-0100 Holyoke Community College 18,751 15,655 16,098 16,142 16,075
7507-0100 Massachusetts Bay Community College 14,043 11,725 12,057 12,078 11,272
7508-0100 Massasoit Community College 20,346 16,987 17,467 17,521 17,376
7509-0100 Mount Wachusett Community College 12,835 10,716 11,019 11,048 11,008
7510-0100 Northern Essex Community College 19,164 16,000 16,453 16,502 16,219
7511-0100 North Shore Community College 20,603 17,201 17,688 17,738 17,630
7512-0100 Quinsigamond Community College 15,235 12,720 13,079 13,117 12,981
7514-0100 Springfield Technical Community College 24,697 20,619 21,202 21,257 21,070
7515-0100 Roxbury Community College 11,371 9,494 9,762 9,788 9,729
7515-0121 Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Retained Revenue 530 530 530 530 530
7516-0100 Middlesex Community College 20,079 16,764 17,238 17,284 17,121
7518-0100 Bunker Hill Community College 20,879 17,431 17,925 17,964 17,497
TOTAL 244,885 204,542 210,313 210,896 208,010

Note:  GAA is General Appropriation Act.

 
No budgetary historical spending data available.  
 
Historical Employment Levels
Account Description
June
FY2008

June
FY2009

June
FY2010

Approved
FY2011

Projected
FY2012
7502-0100 Berkshire Community College 162 155 128 164 164
7503-0100 Bristol Community College 22 33 136 84 84
7504-0100 Cape Cod Community College 180 184 145 148 148
7505-0100 Greenfield Community College 163 161 124 145 145
7506-0100 Holyoke Community College 332 302 266 302 302
7507-0100 Massachusetts Bay Community College 238 250 230 242 242
7508-0100 Massasoit Community College 373 334 340 360 360
7509-0100 Mount Wachusett Community College 204 232 161 176 176
7510-0100 Northern Essex Community College 324 328 314 319 319
7511-0100 North Shore Community College 364 334 261 321 321
7512-0100 Quinsigamond Community College 335 351 332 346 346
7514-0100 Springfield Technical Community College 374 369 337 337 337
7515-0100 Roxbury Community College 170 174 131 168 168
7516-0100 Middlesex Community College 6 367 202 282 282
7518-0100 Bunker Hill Community College 363 369 302 316 316
TOTAL 3,611 3,943 3,410 3,709 3,709

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2012 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.
 
 
 

 

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