Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 1 Fiscal Year 2014

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Energy and Environment General Operations


Programs targeted to support statewide energy and environment operations which are shared across multiple programs or agencies and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas.


Program

Description
Energy and Environment Central Administration For the purpose of providing energy and environment business operations that support multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include executive oversight, developing strategic plans, giving policy guidance, and other miscellaneous support functions.
Energy and Environment Contracts and Legal Services For the purpose of providing energy and environment contract and legal services that support multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include general counsel, contract development, document review, claims defense and prosecution, and negotiation and mediation.
Energy and Environment Facilities For the purpose of managing and maintaining energy and environment facilities, including leased space that support multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include property construction, improvements, and maintenance in addition to plant operations and utility costs.
Energy and Environment Human Resources For the purpose of providing human resource management for energy and environment that supports multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include hiring, recruiting, training, collective bargaining, employee evaluations, and professional development.
Energy and Environment IT For the purpose of managing and supporting the energy and environment technology infrastructure including technical support for multiple programs that cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include software development, application hosting, communication systems, data processing, and security services.
Energy and Environment Planning, Accounting, and Finance For the purpose of providing energy and environment financial management, processing, and tracking that support multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include budget development, grants management, transaction processing, financial reporting, and long range planning.
Energy and Environment Procurement For the purpose of acquiring goods and services for energy and environment that support multiple programs and cannot be allocated to specific programmatic areas. Activities may include proposal development, vendor selection, distribution of goods, and purchase negotiations.

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