Taxpayer Friendly Budget 2003-05

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(April 25, 2003 Version)

Watchdog Indiana proposes a Taxpayer Friendly Budget (TFB) for the State of Indiana for fiscal years 2002-03, 2003-04, and 2004-05. Table 1 below summarizes the TFB.

Table 1

Taxpayer Friendly Budget 2003-05

General Fund And Property Tax Replacement Fund

(compiled April 25, 2003)

(amounts expressed in millions of dollars)

Revenue Sources

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

General Fund Revenue Forecast (Dec., 2002)

7,184.5

7,187.3

7,487.3

Property Tax Replacement Fund Revenue Forecast (Dec., 2002)

2,741.0

3,552.5

3,756.8

DSH

66.3

66.3

66.3

Transfer From Lottery/Gaming Surplus Account (Build Indiana Fund)

175.0

Riverboat Wagering Tax Accelerated Distribution (see Note 2)

67.6

5.1

Transfer Of Build Indiana Fund Excess

14.0

14.0

Transfer From Dedicated Fund Balances

69.7

150.0

Transfer From Rainy Day Fund

59.5

200.9

Homestead Credit Overpayment Correction

37.0

111.4

132.1

Tobacco Master Settlement Agree. Trust Fund Allocation Elim. (3)

51.0

51.7

2002 Higher Ed. House Enrolled Act 1196 Spending Decreases

29.0

2002 K-12 Education House Enrolled Act 1196 Spending Decreases

119.1

Higher Education Allotment Payment Delay

2.9

Tuition Support Distribution Payment Delay

18.2

Property Tax Replacement Credit Payment Delay

340.6

Reversions (unspent budget appropriations)

420.6

Total Revenue Sources

11,263.4

11,401.0

11,513.3

Spending Areas

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

Revised Revenues Forecast (Apr., 2003)

(50.0)

(47.2)

(51.8)

Transfer To Rainy Day Fund

(25.2)

Transfer To Indiana Growth Fund (economic development programs)

(50.7)

(50.7)

Manufacturing Inventory Tax Credit (from Prop. Tax Replcmnt Fund)

(72.4)

(148.0)

Tobacco Master Settle. Agree. Trust Fund Appropriation Incr. (4)

(48.1)

(49.8)

Budgeted Appropriations

(10,497.8)

(11,174.6)

(11,178.9)

Adjustments To Appropriations

(68.7)

2002 General Assembly Regular Session Spending Increases

(1.7)

2002 General Assembly Special Session Spending Increases

(589.4)

Judgments And Settlements

(55.7)

(8.0)

(8.0)

Total Spending Areas

(11,263.3)

(11,401.0)

(11,512.4)

SOURCE: State of Indiana Budget Report for the Biennium July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005

( available online at http://www.in.gov/sba/budget/2003_budget/as_submitted/index.html )

NOTES:

1. FY = Fiscal Year (e.g. FY 2004 = July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004)

2. Riverboat Wagering Tax Accelerated Distribution from 03/31/03 HB 1001 Fiscal Impact Statement

3. Tob. Master Settle. Agreement Trust Fund Alloc. Elim. from 03/31/03 HB 1001 Fiscal Impact Stmt

4. Tob. Master Settle. Agree. Trust Fund Appropr. Incr. from 03/31/03 HB 1001 Fiscal Impact Stmt

The TFB is based on the Governorís State of Indiana Budget Report for the Biennium July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005. Table 2 below summarizes the Governorís Budget (GB).

Table 2

2003-05 Budget Recommendations From The Governor

General Fund And Property Tax Replacement Fund

(compiled January 29, 2003)

(amounts expressed in millions of dollars)

Revenue Sources

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

General Fund Revenue Forecast

7,184.5

7,187.3

7,487.3

Property Tax Replacement Fund Revenue Forecast

2,741.0

3,552.5

3,756.8

DSH

66.3

66.3

66.3

Transfer From Lottery/Gaming Surplus Acct. (Build Indiana Fund)

175.0

Transfer Of Riverboat Revenue Counted Retroactive To 07/01/02

33.0

Transfer Of Local Revenue Sharing For Non-Gaming Counties

66.0

33.0

Transfer Of Build Indiana Fund Excess

14.0

14.0

Transfer From Dedicated Fund Balances

69.7

150.0

29.9

Increase In Administrative Fees

8.8

8.8

Transfer From Rainy Day Fund

46.5

213.9

2002 Higher Ed. House Enrolled Act 1196 Spending Decreases

29.0

2002 K-12 Ed. House Enrolled Act 1196 Spending Decreases

119.1

Higher Education Allotment Payment Delay

2.9

Tuition Support Distribution Payment Delay

18.2

Property Tax Replacement Credit Payment Delay

340.6

14.5

11.1

Reversions (unspent budget appropriations)

420.6

25.0

185.4

Total Revenue Sources

11,213.4

11,331.3

11,592.6

Spending Areas

FY 2003

FY 2004

FY 2005

Transfer To Rainy Day Fund

(31.6)

Budgeted Appropriations

(10,497.8)

General Government

(320.7)

(323.9)

Corrections

(596.1)

(611.6)

Other Public Safety

(70.3)

(70.3)

Conservation And Environment

(77.8)

(77.9)

Economic Development

(48.0)

(48.0)

Transportation

(0.5)

(0.5)

Mental Health

(240.7)

(240.7)

Public Health

(103.5)

(103.7)

Medicaid

(1,343.5)

(1,452.3)

Other Social Services And Veterans

(449.1)

(449.1)

Higher Education

(1,398.8)

(1,394.9)

Elementary & Secondary Education

(3,808.8)

(3,774.7)

Teachers Retirement

(305.5)

(346.8)

Other Education

(11.7)

(11.7)

Property Tax Replacement And Homested Credits

(2,305.5)

(2,414.5)

Distributions - General Fund

(40.8)

(41.1)

Higher Education Construction

(12.8)

(12.8)

Other Construction

(189.2)

(177.6)

Adjustments To Appropriations

(68.7)

2002 General Assembly Regular Session Spending Increases

(1.7)

2002 General Assembly Special Session Spending Increases

(589.4)

Judgments And Settlements

(55.7)

(8.0)

(8.0)

Total Spending Areas

(11,213.3)

(11,331.3)

(11,591.7)

SOURCE: State of Indiana Budget Report for the Biennium July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005

( available online at http://www.in.gov/sba/budget/2003_budget/as_submitted/index.html )

NOTE: FY = Fiscal Year (e.g. FY 2004 = July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004)

There are some important differences between the Taxpayer Friendly Budget (TFB) and the Governorís Budget (GB). Please send an E-mail or visit the Watchdog Indiana Forums to express your opinion regarding these Taxpayer Friendly differences.

BUDGET CUTS: The TFB cuts the Governorís budgeted appropriations $148.7 million for FY 2003-04 and $373.2 million for FY 2004-05. These General Fund cuts take the place of $25 million in FY 2003-04 reversions and $185.4 million in FY 2004-05 reversions. 

A "technical analysis" approach was taken to determine what TFB cuts should be made in those state agencies that receive revenue from the General Fund. This technical analysis approach takes out much of the lobbying emotion involved with a "needs analysis" approach. 

Listed next are the technical analysis steps taken to make the TFB cuts of $148.7 million for FY 2003-04.
A. Identify those agencies whose Recommended Total Expenditures exceed their FY 2002-03 Estimated Total Expenditures.
B. Identify Step A agencies whose Recommended General Fund Expenditures exceed their FY 2002-03 Estimated General Fund Expenditures.
C. Cut the Recommended General Fund Expenditures of each agency identified in Step B by 15.79%.
D. Limit the cuts in Step C to where FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2002-03 Estimated General Fund Expenditures.
E. Limit the cuts in Step D to where FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2002-03 Estimated Total Expenditures.
F. 410 Division Of Mental Health cuts were reduced $29,571 by choice.

Listed next are the technical analysis steps taken to make the TFB cuts of $373.2 million for FY 2004-05.
A. Identify those agencies whose Recommended Total Expenditures exceed their FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures.
B. Identify Step A agencies whose Recommended General Fund Expenditures exceed their FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures.
C. Cut the Recommended General Fund Expenditures of each agency identified in Step B so they do not exceed FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures.
D. Limit cuts in Step C to where FY 2004-05 Watchdog Total Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures.
E. Cut each agency's FY 2004-05 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures after Step D by 0.86%.
F. 500 Division Of Family And Children cuts were reduced $564,306 by choice.

The application of all these technical analysis budget cut steps for the 2003-05 biennium is summarized in Table 3 below.

Table 3

Watchdog Indiana Budget Cuts Computation

(compiled March 3, 2003)

FY 2003-04 Agency Budget Cuts

FY 2002-03
Estimated Gen. Fund

FY 2003-04
Recommended Gen. Fund

Watchdog
Cuts (4)

FY 2003-04
Watchdog Gen. Fund

Percent
Change (1)

004 Senate

8,921,744

9,180,307

258,563

8,921,744

0%

017 Legislative Council and the Legislative Services Agency

9,258,600

9,383,000

124,400

9,258,600

0%

023 Court Of Appeals

8,241,177

8,936,464

695,287

8,241,177

0%

024 Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts

891,555

894,090

2,535

891,555

0%

026 Judicial Center

2,123,530

2,226,780

103,250

2,123,530

0%

028 Tax Court

570,805

587,025

16,220

570,805

0%

038 Lieutenant Governor

2,586,330

3,080,047

408,717

2,671,330

3.28%

046 Attorney General

12,436,938

12,963,444

115,978

12,847,466

3.30%

048 Treasurer Of State

868,275

871,152

2,877

868,275

0%

061 Department Of Administration

94,519,414

121,483,422

19,182,232

102,301,190

8.23%

063 Indiana Election Commission

1,028,224

1,111,179

82,955

1,028,224

0%

070 State Personnel Department

4,204,012

4,224,390

20,378

4,204,012

0%

072 Public Employees' Retirement Fund

10,528,209

10,723,411

195,202

10,528,209

0%

074 Employee Appeals Commission

148,442

149,282

840

148,442

0%

075 State Ethics Commission

254,991

255,549

558

254,991

0%

080 State Board Of Accounts

17,977,901

18,244,502

266,601

17,977,901

0%

085 Information Technology Oversight Commission

563,403

663,403

100,000

563,403

0%

090 Department Of Revenue

52,390,840

54,467,724

2,076,884

52,390,840

0%

103 Law Enforcement Training Academy

713,811

1,595,111

251,868

1,343,243

88.17%

195 Indiana Department Of Gaming Research

150,000

300,000

47,370

252,630

68.42%

210 Insurance Department

2,964,200

3,378,116

26,040

3,352,076

1.30%

215 Department Of Local Government Finance

3,884,466

4,371,203

486,737

3,884,466

0%

217 Indiana Board Of Tax Review

1,256,141

1,375,108

118,967

1,256,141

0%

220 Workers' Compensation Board

1,822,529

1,823,610

1,081

1,822,529

0%

225 Department Of Labor

5,080,869

5,276,984

196,115

5,080,869

0%

245 Professional Standards Board

3,131,626

6,806,524

1,074,750

5,731,774

83.02%

300 Department Of Natural Resources

66,251,334

69,021,291

2,769,957

66,251,334

0%

310 White River Park Commission

1,286,699

1,336,699

50,000

1,286,699

0%

315 World War Memorial Commission

2,086,965

4,354,879

687,635

3,667,244

75.72%

351 State Board Of Animal Health

5,751,692

5,789,051

37,359

5,751,692

0%

410 Division Of Mental Health

115,715,410

240,696,230

37,976,363

202,719,867

75.18%

495 Department Of Environmental Management

31,820,315

32,972,962

1,152,647

31,820,315

0%

496 Office Of Environmental Adjudication

291,445

306,445

15,000

291,445

0%

497 Division Of Aging And Rehabilitative Services

149,156,003

202,921,829

32,041,356

170,880,473

14.56%

500 Division Of Family And Children

1,588,962,691

1,595,555,027

6,592,336

1,588,962,691

0%

505 Education Employment Relations Board

722,327

757,332

35,005

722,327

0%

550 Indiana School For The Blind

11,638,363

13,396,514

1,758,151

11,638,363

0%

560 Indiana School For The Deaf

19,352,400

20,310,145

957,745

19,352,400

0%

570 Indiana Veterans' Home

11,568,838

12,515,923

947,085

11,568,838

0%

580 Soldiers' And Sailors' Children's Home

11,295,832

11,877,380

581,548

11,295,832

0%

605 Public Defender

5,718,067

6,063,335

345,268

5,718,067

0%

615 Department Of Correction

139,454,966

139,744,413

289,447

139,454,966

0%

618 Miami Correctional Facility

26,751,047

36,191,978

5,714,713

30,477,265

13.92%

620 State Prison

34,059,482

34,375,082

315,600

34,059,482

0%

635 Correctional Industrial Facility

22,867,423

23,059,220

191,797

22,867,423

0%

640 Women's Prison

12,554,839

12,604,669

49,830

12,554,839

0%

645 New Castle Correctional Facility

12,252,144

15,561,958

2,457,233

13,104,725

6.95%

655 Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility

15,837,217

15,962,758

125,541

15,837,217

0%

660 Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility

14,958,128

17,205,351

2,247,223

14,958,128

0%

665 Wabash Valley Correctional Facility

41,571,184

41,682,552

111,368

41,571,184

0%

670 Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility

10,048,777

10,138,072

89,295

10,048,777

0%

685 Rockville Correctional Facility For Women

14,983,459

17,283,622

2,300,163

14,983,459

0%

695 Reception And Diagnostic Center

11,249,018

11,280,538

31,520

11,249,018

0%

700 Department Of Education

2,268,807,470

2,278,958,172

10,150,702

2,268,807,470

0%

703 Commission On Proprietary Education

424,284

426,524

2,240

424,284

0%

705 Arts Commission

3,323,240

3,617,337

101,523

3,515,814

5.79%

710 Ivy Tech State College

112,195,577

112,863,601

668,024

112,195,577

0%

718 School Lunch Division

5,133,045

5,134,445

1,400

5,133,045

0%

720 Governor's Commission On Community Service/Volunteerism

281,215

326,913

45,698

281,215

0%

730 State Library

6,242,721

6,468,190

52,728

6,415,462

2.76%

735 Historical Bureau

365,179

399,020

33,841

365,179

0%

750 Indiana University

505,282,399

509,366,043

4,083,644

505,282,399

0%

770 Indiana State University

82,480,382

83,517,517

1,037,135

82,480,382

0%

775 University Of Southern Indiana

35,173,404

37,172,584

1,999,180

35,173,404

0%

780 Ball State University

127,706,166

130,774,222

3,068,026

127,706,196

0%

790 Vincennes University

33,361,930

34,307,067

945,137

33,361,930

0%

902 Indiana Licensing Agency

0

4,959,671

783,132

4,176,539

FY 2003-04 Watchdog Cuts

148,700,000

FY 2004-05 Agency Budget Cuts (Steps A, B. C and D)

FY 2003-04
Watchdog Gen. Fund

FY 2004-05
Recommended Gen. Fund

Watchdog
Cuts (5)

FY 2004-05 Steps A-D
Watchdog Gen. Fund

Percent
Change (2)

003 House Of Representatives

12,515,226

15,327,051

2,811,825

12,515,226

0%

004 Senate

8,921,744

9,180,307

258,563

8,921,744

0%

017 Legislative Council and the Legislative Services Agency

9,258,600

9,669,000

410,400

9,258,600

0%

023 Court Of Appeals

8,241,177

8,674,191

433,014

8,241,177

0%

024 Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts

891,555

894,090

2,535

891,555

0%

026 Judicial Center

2,123,530

2,250,429

126,899

2,123,530

0%

028 Tax Court

570,805

588,770

17,965

570,805

0%

038 Lieutenant Governor

2,671,330

3,080,047

408,717

2,671,330

0%

046 Attorney General

12,847,466

12,963,444

115,978

12,847,466

0%

048 Treasurer Of State

868,275

871,152

2,877

868,275

0%

050 Auditor Of State

12,903,540

13,203,540

300,000

12,903,540

0%

061 Department Of Administration

102,301,190

120,731,710

18,430,520

102,301,190

0%

070 State Personnel Department

4,204,012

4,224,390

20,378

4,204,012

0%

072 Public Employees' Retirement Fund

10,528,209

11,326,504

798,295

10,528,209

0%

074 Employee Appeals Commission

148,442

149,282

840

148,442

0%

075 State Ethics Commission

254,991

255,549

558

254,991

0%

080 State Board Of Accounts

17,977,901

18,284,502

306,601

17,977,901

0%

085 Information Technology Oversight Commission

563,403

663,403

100,000

563,403

0%

090 Department Of Revenue

52,390,840

54,467,724

2,076,884

52,390,840

0%

103 Law Enforcement Training Academy

1,343,243

1,595,111

199,868

1,395,243

3.87%

195 Indiana Department Of Gaming Research

252,630

300,000

47,370

252,630

0%

210 Insurance Department

3,352,076

3,378,116

26,040

3,352,076

0%

215 Department Of Local Government Finance

3,884,466

4,371,203

486,737

3,884,466

0%

217 Indiana Board Of Tax Review

1,256,141

1,375,108

118,967

1,256,141

0%

220 Workers' Compensation Board

1,822,529

1,823,610

1,081

1,822,529

0%

225 Department Of Labor

5,080,869

5,276,984

196,115

5,080,869

0%

245 Professional Standards Board

5,731,774

6,806,524

1,074,750

5,731,774

0%

300 Department Of Natural Resources

66,251,334

69,113,709

2,862,375

66,251,334

0%

310 White River Park Commission

1,286,699

1,336,699

50,000

1,286,699

0%

351 State Board Of Animal Health

5,751,692

5,789,051

37,359

5,751,692

0%

410 Division Of Mental Health

202,719,867

240,696,230

37,976,363

202,719,867

0%

440 Richmond State Hospital

1,005,762

1,255,362

249,600

1,005,762

0%

495 Department Of Environmental Management

31,820,315

32,972,962

766,085

32,206,877

1.21%

496 Office Of Environmental Adjudication

291,445

306,445

15,000

291,445

0%

497 Division Of Aging And Rehabilitative Services

170,880,473

202,921,829

32,041,356

170,880,473

0%

500 Division Of Family And Children

1,588,962,691

1,704,355,027

115,392,336

1,588,962,691

0%

505 Education Employment Relations Board

722,327

757,332

35,005

722,327

0%

570 Indiana Veterans' Home

11,568,838

12,736,091

1,167,253

11,568,838

0%

605 Public Defender

5,718,067

6,077,705

357,572

5,720,133

0.03%

617 Correctional Units

168,000

252,000

84,000

168,000

0%

618 Miami Correctional Facility

30,477,265

41,907,096

11,429,831

30,477,265

0%

620 State Prison

34,059,482

34,375,082

315,600

34,059,482

0%

635 Correctional Industrial Facility

22,867,423

23,059,221

191,798

22,867,423

0%

640 Women's Prison

12,554,839

12,659,269

104,430

12,554,839

0%

645 New Castle Correctional Facility

13,104,725

23,377,223

10,272,498

13,104,725

0%

655 Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility

15,837,217

15,962,758

125,541

15,837,217

0%

660 Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility

14,958,128

17,314,140

2,356,012

14,958,128

0%

665 Wabash Valley Correctional Facility

41,571,184

41,849,264

278,080

41,571,184

0%

670 Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility

10,048,777

16,593,801

6,545,024

10,048,777

0%

680 Westville Correctional Facility

49,016,040

49,254,419

238,379

49,016,040

0%

685 Rockville Correctional Facility For Women

14,983,459

18,366,196

3,382,737

14,983,459

0%

690 Plainfield Correctional Facility

28,992,903

29,108,054

115,151

28,992,903

0%

695 Reception And Diagnostic Center

11,249,018

11,323,832

74,814

11,249,018

0%

703 Commission On Proprietary Education

424,284

426,524

2,240

424,284

0%

705 Arts Commission

3,515,814

3,617,337

92,223

3,525,114

0.26%

710 Ivy Tech State College

112,195,577

114,128,969

1,933,392

112,195,577

0%

718 School Lunch Division

5,133,045

5,134,445

1,400

5,133,045

0%

720 Governor's Commission On Community Service/Volunteerism

281,215

326,913

45,698

281,215

0%

730 State Library

6,415,462

6,468,190

52,728

6,415,462

0%

740 Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund

305,529,000

346,832,000

41,303,000

305,529,000

0%

750 Indiana University

505,282,399

509,688,327

4,405,928

505,282,399

0%

770 Indiana State University

82,480,382

83,517,662

1,037,280

82,480,382

0%

775 University Of Southern Indiana

35,173,404

37,169,833

1,996,429

35,173,404

0%

780 Ball State University

127,706,166

130,775,523

3,069,357

127,706,166

0%

790 Vincennes University

33,361,930

34,310,161

948,231

33,361,930

0%

902 Indiana Licensing Agency

4,176,539

4,959,671

783,132

4,176,539

0%

FY 2003-04 Watchdog Cuts
(Steps A, B, C and D)

310,909,014

FY 2004-05 Agency Budget Cuts (Steps E and F)

FY 2004-05 
Steps A-D
Watchdog Gen. Fund

 

 

Watchdog
Cuts (5)

FY 2004-05
Watchdog Gen. Fund

Percent
Change (3)

003 House Of Representatives

12,515,226

107,630

12,407,596

(0.86%)

004 Senate

8,921,744

76,726

8,845,018

(0.86%)

015 Indiana Lobby Registration Commission

218,285

1,877

216,408

(0.86%)

017 Legislative Council And The Legislative Services Agency

9,258,600

79,623

9,178,977

(0.86%)

019 Commission On Uniform State Laws

45,400

390

45,010

(0.86%)

022 Supreme Court

73,434,081

631,533

72,802,548

(0.86%)

023 Court Of Appeals

8,241,177

70,874

8,170,303

(0.86%)

024 Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts

891,555

7,667

883,888

(0.86%)

026 Judicial Center

2,123,530

18,262

2,105,268

(0.86%)

028 Tax Court

570,805

4908

565,897

(0.86%)

030 Governor's Office

2,606,467

22,415

2,584,052

(0.86%)

032 Criminal Justice Institute

5,084,564

43,727

5,040,837

(0.86%)

034 Washington Liaison Office

195,037

1677

193,360

(0.86%)

038 Lieutenant Governor

2,671,330

22,973

2,648,357

(0.86%)

039 Prosecuting Attorneys' Council

1,023,693

8,803

1,014,890

(0.86%)

040 Secretary Of State

2,297,620

19,759

2,277,861

(0.86%)

046 Attorney General

12,847,466

110,488

12,736,978

(0.86%)

048 Treasurer Of State

868,275

7,467

860,808

(0.86%)

050 Auditor Of State

12,903,540

110,970

12,792,570

(0.86%)

057 State Budget Agency

110,808,031

952,949

109,855,082

(0.86%)

061 Department Of Administration

102,301,190

879,790

101,421,400

(0.86%)

062 Commission On Public Records

1,450,004

12,470

1,437,534

(0.86%)

063 Indiana Election Commission

847,179

7,285

839,894

(0.86%)

064 Office Of The Public Access Counselor

152,213

1,309

150,904

(0.86%)

070 State Personnel Department

4,204,012

36,154

4,167,858

(0.86%)

072 Public Employees' Retirement Fund

10,528,209

90,542

10,437,667

(0.86%)

074 Employee Appeals Commission

148,442

1,276

147,166

(0.86%)

075 State Ethics Commission

254,991

2,192

252,799

(0.86%)

080 State Board Of Accounts

17,977,901

154,609

17,823,292

(0.86%)

085 Information Technology Oversight Commission

563,403

4,845

558,558

(0.86%)

090 Department Of Revenue

52,390,840

450,561

51,940,279

(0.86%)

100 Indiana State Police

26,699,976

229,619

26,470,357

(0.86%)

103 Law Enforcement Training Academy

1,395,243

11,999

1,383,244

(0.86%)

110 Adjutant General

11,779,237

101,301

11,677,936

(0.86%)

160 Department Of Veterans' Affairs

947,257

8,146

939,111

(0.86%)

195 Indiana Department Of Gaming Research

252,630

2,172

250,458

(0.86%)

200 Utility Regulatory Commission

5,000

43

4,957

(0.86%)

210 Insurance Department

3,352,076

28,827

3,323,249

(0.86%)

215 Department Of Local Government Finance

3,884,466

33,406

3,851,060

(0.86%)

217 Indiana Board Of Tax Review

1,256,141

10,802

1,245,339

(0.86%)

220 Workers' Compensation Board

1,822,529

15,673

1,806,856

(0.86%)

225 Department Of Labor

5,080,869

43,695

5,037,174

(0.86%)

245 Professional Standards Board

5,731,774

49,293

5,682,481

(0.86%)

258 Civil Rights Commission

2,319,158

19,944

2,299,214

(0.86%)

260 Department Of Commerce

62,778,731

539,897

62,238,834

(0.86%)

300 Department Of Natural Resources

66,251,334

569,761

65,681,573

(0.86%)

310 White River Park Commission

1,286,699

11,065

1,275,634

(0.86%)

315 World War Memorial Commission

1,600,376

13,763

1,586,613

(0.86%)

325 Maumee River Basin Commission

37,500

322

37,178

(0.86%)

330 St. Joseph River Basin Commission

70,029

602

69,427

(0.86%)

351 State Board Of Animal Health

5,751,692

49,464

5,702,228

(0.86%)

385 Emergency Management Agency

1,952,047

16,787

1,935,260

(0.86%)

400 State Department Of Health

46,013,767

395,718

45,618,049

(0.86%)

405 Family And Social Services Administration

22,173,567

190,692

21,982,875

(0.86%)

410 Division Of Mental Health

202,719,867

1,743,390

200,976,477

(0.86%)

415 Evansville Psychiatric Children's Center

47,816

411

47,405

(0.86%)

425 Evansville State Hospital

378,378

3,254

375,124

(0.86%)

430 Madison State Hospital

1,010,260

8,688

1,001,572

(0.86%)

435 Logansport State Hospital

2,813,253

24,193

2,789,060

(0.86%)

440 Richmond State Hospital

1,005,762

8,649

997,113

(0.86%)

450 Larue Carter Memorial Hospital

1,492,067

12,831

1,479,236

(0.86%)

465 Fort Wayne State Developmental Center

2,212,402

19,026

2,193,376

(0.86%)

470 Muscatatuck State Developmental Center

1,128,724

9,707

1,119,017

(0.86%)

480 Silvercrest Children's Development Center

7,515,240

64,631

7,450,609

(0.86%)

495 Department Of Environmental Management

32,206,877

276,979

31,929,898

(0.86%)

496 Office Of Environmental Adjudication

291,445

2,506

288,939

(0.86%)

497 Division Of Aging And Rehabilitative Services

170,880,473

1,469,572

169,410,901

(0.86%)

500 Division Of Family And Children

1,588,962,691

13,100,773

1,575,861,918

(0.82%)

505 Education Employment Relations Board

722,327

6,212

716,115

(0.86%)

510 Department Of Workforce Development

3,805,060

32,723

3,772,337

(0.86%)

550 Indiana School For The Blind

10,646,514

91,560

10,554,954

(0.86%)

560 Indiana School For The Deaf

17,500,990

150,508

17,350,482

(0.86%)

570 Indiana Veterans' Home

11,568,838

99,492

11,469,346

(0.86%)

580 Soldiers' And Sailors' Children's Home

10,217,470

87,870

10,129,600

(0.86%)

605 Public Defender

5,720,133

49,193

5,670,940

(0.86%)

607 Henryville Correctional Facility

2,204,823

18,961

2,185,862

(0.86%)

610 Public Defender Council

1,068,554

9,189

1,059,365

(0.86%)

615 Department Of Correction

134,501,258

1,156,710

133,344,548

(0.86%)

616 North Central Juvenile Facility

8,670,180

74,563

8,595,617

(0.86%)

617 Correctional Units

168,000

1,444

166,556

(0.86%)

618 Miami Correctional Facility

30,477,265

262,104

30,215,161

(0.86%)

619 Logansport Juvenile Intake/Diagnosis Facility

3,197,813

27,501

3,170,312

(0.86%)

620 State Prison

34,059,482

292,911

33,766,571

(0.86%)

630 Pendleton Correctional Facility

32,975,257

283,587

32,691,670

(0.86%)

635 Correctional Industrial Facility

22,867,423

196,659

22,670,764

(0.86%)

640 Women's Prison

12,554,839

107,971

12,446,868

(0.86%)

645 New Castle Correctional Facility

13,104,725

112,700

12,992,025

(0.86%)

650 Putnamville Correctional Facility

32,098,219

276,044

31,822,175

(0.86%)

655 Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility

15,837,217

136,200

15,701,017

(0.86%)

660 Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility

14,958,128

128,639

14,829,489

(0.86%)

665 Wabash Valley Correctional Facility

41,571,184

357,512

41,213,672

(0.86%)

667 Madison Correctional Facility

3,364,860

28,937

3,335,923

(0.86%)

670 Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility

10,048,777

86,419

9,962,358

(0.86%)

675 Branchville Correctional Facility

19,447,886

167,251

19,280,635

(0.86%)

680 Westville Correctional Facility

49,016,040

421,537

48,594,503

(0.86%)

682 Westville Maximum Control Facility

5,808,646

49,954

5,758,692

(0.86%)

685 Rockville Correctional Facility For Women

14,983,459

128,857

14,854,602

(0.86%)

690 Plainfield Correctional Facility

28,992,903

249,338

28,743,565

(0.86%)

695 Reception And Diagnostic Center

11,249,018

96,741

11,152,277

(0.86%)

700 Department Of Education

2,244,814,625

19,305,405

2,225,509,220

(0.86%)

703 Commission On Proprietary Education

424,284

3,648

420,636

(0.86%)

705 Arts Commission

3,525,114

30,315

3,494,799

(0.86%)

710 Ivy Tech State College

112,195,577

964,881

111,230,696

(0.86%)

715 State Student Assistance Commission

147,939,279

1,272,277

146,667,002

(0.86%)

718 School Lunch Division

5,133,045

44,144

5,088,901

(0.86%)

719 Commission For Higher Education

2,344,627

20,163

2,324,464

(0.86%)

720 Governor's Commission On Community Service/Volunteerism

281,215

2,418

278,797

(0.86%)

730 State Library

6,415,462

55,172

6,360,290

(0.86%)

735 Historical Bureau

399,020

3,431

395,589

(0.86%)

740 Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund

305,529,000

2,627,549

302,901,451

(0.86%)

750 Indiana University

505,282,399

4,345,428

500,936,971

(0.86%)

755 Medical Education Board

2,249,792

19,348

2,230,444

(0.86%)

760 Purdue University

341,505,160

2,936,944

338,568,216

(0.86%)

770 Indiana State University

82,480,382

709,331

81,771,051

(0.86%)

775 University Of Southern Indiana

35,173,404

302,491

34,870,913

(0.86%)

780 Ball State University

127,706,166

1,098,273

126,607,893

(0.86%)

790 Vincennes University

33,361,930

286,912

33,075,018

(0.86%)

800 Department Of Transportation

965,000

8,299

956,701

(0.86%)

902 Indiana Licensing Agency

4,176,539

35,918

4,140,621

(0.86%)

FY 2003-04 Watchdog Cuts
(Steps E and F)

62,290,986

FY 2003-04 Watchdog Cuts
(Total all Steps)

373,200,000

(1) Percentage increase of FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund over FY 2002-03 Estimated General Fund.

(2) Percentage increase of FY 2004-05 Watchdog General Fund (Steps A-D) over FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund.

(3) Percentage (decrease) of FY 2004-05 Watchdog General Fund under FY 2004-05 Watchdog General Fund (Steps A-D).

(4) FY 2003-04 Budget Cut Steps:

A. Identify those agencies whose Recommended Total Expenditures exceed their FY 2002-03 Estimated Total Expenditures.

B. Identify Step A agencies whose Recommended General Fund Expenditures exceed their FY 2002-03 Estimated General Fund Expenditures.

C. Cut the Recommended General Fund Expenditures of each agency identified in Step B by 15.79%.

D. Limit cuts in Step C to where FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2002-03 Estimated General Fund Expenditures.

E. Limit cuts in Step D to where FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2002-03 Estimated Total Expenditures.

F. 410 Division Of Mental Health cuts were reduced $29,571 by choice.

(5) FY 2004-05 Budget Cut Steps:

A. Identify those agencies whose Recommended Total Expenditures exceed their FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures.

B. Identify Step A agencies whose Recommended General Fund Expenditures exceed their FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures.

C. Cut the Recommended General Fund Expenditures of each agency identified in Step B so they do not exceed FY 2003-04 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures.

D. Limit cuts in Step C to where FY 2004-05 Watchdog Total Expenditures do not fall below the FY 2003-04 Watchdog Total Expenditures.

E. Cut each agency's FY 2004-05 Watchdog General Fund Expenditures after Step D by 0.86%.

F. 500 Division Of Family And Children cuts were reduced $564,306 by choice.

SOURCE: State of Indiana Budget Report for the Biennium July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005

( available online at http://www.in.gov/sba/budget/2003_budget/as_submitted/index.html )

Notes:

GF = General Fund Expenditures

FY = Fiscal Year (e.g. FY 2004 = July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2004)

The effects of the TFB cuts on Total Agency Expenditures for the 2003-05 biennium are summarized in Table 4 below. 

Table 4

Effects Of Watchdog Cuts On Total Agency Expenditures

(compiled March 6, 2003)

Estimated

Recommended

Watchdog

Watchdog

Percent

Agencies Cut In FY 2003-04

FY 2002-03

FY 2003-04

Cuts

FY 2003-04

Change*

004 Senate

8,921,744

9,180,307

258,563

8,921,744

0%

017 Legislative Council and the Legislative Services Agency

9,258,600

9,383,000

124,400

9,258,600

0%

023 Court Of Appeals

8,241,177

8,936,464

695,287

8,241,177

0%

024 Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts

891,555

894,090

2,535

891,555

0%

026 Judicial Center

2,123,530

2,226,780

103,250

2,123,530

0%

028 Tax Court

570,805

587,025

16,220

570,805

0%

038 Lieutenant Governor

2,968,360

3,377,077

408,717

2,968,360

0%

046 Attorney General

19,598,234

19,714,212

115,978

19,598,234

0%

048 Treasurer Of State

868,275

871,152

2,877

868,275

0%

061 Department Of Administration

99,850,171

124,375,439

19,182,232

105,193,207

5.35%

063 Indiana Election Commission

1,073,224

1,156,179

82,955

1,073,224

0%

070 State Personnel Department

4,204,012

4,224,390

20,378

4,204,012

0%

072 Public Employees' Retirement Fund

14,528,218

14,743,580

195,202

14,548,378

0.13%

074 Employee Appeals Commission

148,442

149,282

840

148,442

0%

075 State Ethics Commission

254,991

255,549

558

254,991

0%

080 State Board Of Accounts

18,274,221

18,542,782

266,601

18,276,181

0.01%

085 Information Technology Oversight Commission

563,403

663,403

100,000

563,403

0%

090 Department Of Revenue

1,963,874,346

2,321,533,449

2,076,884

2,319,456,565

18.10%

103 Law Enforcement Training Academy

4,376,372

4,732,872

251,868

4,481,004

2.39%

195 Indiana Department Of Gaming Research

150,000

300,000

47,370

252,630

68.42%

210 Insurance Department

8,217,487

8,243,527

26,040

8,217,487

0%

215 Department Of Local Government Finance

3,884,466

4,371,203

486,737

3,884,466

0%

217 Indiana Board Of Tax Review

1,256,141

1,375,108

118,967

1,256,141

0%

220 Workers' Compensation Board

4,409,082

4,410,163

1,081

4,409,082

0%

225 Department Of Labor

6,264,489

6,462,792

196,115

6,266,677

0.03%

245 Professional Standards Board

3,574,026

7,250,424

1,074,750

6,175,674

72.79%

300 Department Of Natural Resources

147,726,342

151,039,070

2,769,957

148,269,113

0.36%

310 White River Park Commission

1,286,699

1,336,699

50,000

1,286,699

0%

315 World War Memorial Commission

2,086,965

4,354,879

687,635

3,667,244

75.72%

351 State Board Of Animal Health

7,715,195

7,756,829

37,359

7,719,470

0.05%

410 Division Of Mental Health

209,525,950

350,432,382

37,976,363

312,456,019

49.12%

495 Department Of Environmental Management

157,380,193

161,398,850

1,152,647

160,246,203

1.82%

496 Office Of Environmental Adjudication

291,445

306,445

15,000

291,445

0%

497 Division Of Aging And Rehabilitative Services

299,680,870

363,651,009

32,041,356

331,609,653

10.65%

500 Division Of Family And Children

5,131,311,498

5,202,430,005

6,592,336

5,195,837,669

1.25%

505 Education Employment Relations Board

722,327

757,332

35,005

722,327

0%

550 Indiana School For The Blind

11,759,903

13,518,542

1,758,151

11,760,391

0.00%

560 Indiana School For The Deaf

19,559,766

20,517,511

957,745

19,559,766

0%

570 Indiana Veterans' Home

22,766,626

23,926,740

947,085

22,979,655

0.93%

580 Soldiers' And Sailors' Children's Home

11,535,872

12,572,380

581,548

11,990,832

3.94%

605 Public Defender

5,893,160

6,251,164

345,268

5,905,896

0.21%

615 Department Of Correction

142,001,070

142,724,799

289,447

142,435,352

0.30%

618 Miami Correctional Facility

26,751,047

36,191,978

5,714,713

30,477,265

13.92%

620 State Prison

35,360,641

36,879,379

315,600

36,563,779

3.40%

635 Correctional Industrial Facility

23,171,794

23,588,070

191,797

23,396,273

0.96%

640 Women's Prison

12,556,444

14,292,169

49,830

14,242,339

13.42%

645 New Castle Correctional Facility

12,252,144

15,561,958

2,457,233

13,104,725

6.95%

655 Pendleton Jevenile Correctional Facility

15,837,217

15,962,758

125,541

15,837,217

0%

660 Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility

15,155,490

17,695,245

2,247,223

15,448,022

1.93%

665 Wabash Valley Correctional Facility

41,815,807

43,268,509

111,368

43,157,141

3.20%

670 Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility

10,263,697

10,910,322

89,295

10,821,027

5.43%

685 Rockville Correctional Facility For Women

14,983,459

17,283,622

2,300,163

14,983,459

0%

695 Reception And Diagnostic Center

11,271,327

11,687,678

31,520

11,656,158

3.41%

700 Department Of Education

4,282,019,124

4,313,361,490

10,150,702

4,303,210,788

0.49%

703 Commission On Proprietary Education

508,445

511,245

2,240

509,005

0.11%

705 Arts Commission

4,134,014

4,235,537

101,523

4,134,014

0%

710 Ivy Tech State College

112,195,577

112,863,601

668,024

112,195,577

0%

718 School Lunch Division

162,628,663

162,638,463

1,400

162,637,063

0.00%

720 Governor's Commission On Community Service/Volunteerism

5,116,010

5,216,699

45,698

5,171,001

1.07%

730 State Library

9,954,839

10,007,567

52,728

9,954,839

0%

735 Historical Bureau

388,074

421,915

33,841

388,074

0%

750 Indiana University

507,959,295

512,042,939

4,083,644

507,959,295

0%

770 Indiana State University

82,480,382

83,517,517

1,037,135

82,480,382

0%

775 University Of Southern Indiana

36,186,513

38,185,693

1,999,180

36,186,513

0%

780 Ball State University

128,702,080

131,770,106

3,068,026

128,702,080

0%

790 Vincennes University

33,361,930

34,307,067

945,137

33,361,930

0%

902 Indiana Licensing Agency

0

4,959,671

783,132

4,176,539

FY 2003-04 Watchdog Cuts

148,700,000

Watchdog

Recommended

Watchdog

Watchdog

Percent

Agencies Cut In FY 2004-05

FY 2003-04

FY 2004-05

Cuts

FY 2004-05

Change**

003 House Of Representatives

12,515,226

15,327,051

2,919,455

12,407,596

(0.86%)

004 Senate

8,921,744

9,180,307

335,289

8,845,018

(0.86%)

015 Indiana Lobby Registration Commission

218,285

218,285

1,877

216,408

(0.86%)

017 Legislative Council And The Legislative Services Agency

9,258,600

9,669,000

490,023

9,178,977

(0.86%)

019 Commission On Uniform State Laws

45,400

45,400

390

45,010

(0.86%)

022 Supreme Court

83,246,380

83,992,346

631,533

83,360,813

0.13%

023 Court Of Appeals

8,241,177

8,674,191

503,888

8,170,303

(0.86%)

024 Clerk of the Supreme and Appellate Courts

891,555

894,090

10,202

883,888

(0.86%)

026 Judicial Center

2,123,530

2,250,429

145,161

2,105,268

(0.86%)

028 Tax Court

570,805

588,770

22,873

565,897

(0.86%)

030 Governor's Office

2,606,467

2,606,467

22,415

2,584,052

(0.86%)

032 Criminal Justice Institute

36,602,723

36,602,723

43,727

36,558,996

(0.11%)

034 Washington Liaison Office

195,037

195,037

1,677

193,360

(0.86%)

038 Lieutenant Governor

2,968,360

3,377,077

431,690

2,945,387

(0.77%)

039 Prosecuting Attorneys' Council

1,127,129

1,127,129

8,803

1,118,326

(0.78%)

040 Secretary Of State

2,645,164

2,645,164

19,759

2,625,405

(0.74%)

046 Attorney General

19,598,234

19,714,212

226,466

19,487,746

(0.56%)

048 Treasurer Of State

868,275

871,152

10,344

860,808

(0.86%)

050 Auditor Of State

866,542,738

873,500,032

410,970

873,089,062

0.75%

057 State Budget Agency

195,926,324

192,026,325

952,949

191,073,376

(2.47%)

061 Department Of Administration

105,193,207

123,623,727

19,310,310

104,313,417

(0.83%)

062 Commission On Public Records

1,643,614

1,643,614

12,470

1,631,144

(0.75%)

063 Indiana Election Commission

1,073,224

892,179

7,285

884,894

(17.54%)

064 Office Of The Public Access Counselor

152,213

152,213

1,309

150,904

(0.86%)

070 State Personnel Department

4,204,012

4,224,390

56,532

4,167,858

(0.86%)

072 Public Employees' Retirement Fund

14,548,378

15,346,673

888,837

14,457,836

(0.62%)

074 Employee Appeals Commission

148,442

149,282

2,116

147,166

(0.86%)

075 State Ethics Commission

254,991

255,549

2,750

252,799

(0.86%)

080 State Board Of Accounts

18,276,181

18,582,782

461,210

18,121,572

(0.84%)

085 Information Technology Oversight Commission

563,403

663,403

104,845

558,558

(0.86%)

090 Department Of Revenue

2,319,456,565

2,431,978,654

2,527,445

2,429,451,209

4.74%

100 Indiana State Police

138,935,853

138,597,403

229,619

138,367,784

(0.40%)

103 Law Enforcement Training Academy

4,481,004

4,680,872

211,867

4,469,005

(0.26%)

110 Adjutant General

16,515,176

15,987,649

101,301

15,886,348

(3.80%)

160 Department Of Veterans' Affairs

947,257

947,257

8,146

939,111

(0.86%)

195 Indiana Department Of Gaming Research

252,630

300,000

49,542

250,458

(0.86%)

200 Utility Regulatory Commission

6,721,604

6,721,604

43

6,721,561

(0.00%)

210 Insurance Department

8,217,487

8,243,527

54,867

8,188,660

(0.35%)

215 Department Of Local Government Finance

3,884,466

4,371,203

520,143

3,851,060

(0.86%)

217 Indiana Board Of Tax Review

1,256,141

1,375,108

129,769

1,245,339

(0.86%)

220 Workers' Compensation Board

4,409,082

4,410,163

16,754

4,393,409

(0.35%)

225 Department Of Labor

6,266,677

6,462,792

239,810

6,222,982

(0.69%)

245 Professional Standards Board

6,175,674

7,250,424

1,124,043

6,126,381

(0.79%)

258 Civil Rights Commission

2,360,708

2,360,708

19,944

2,340,764

(0.84%)

260 Department Of Commerce

103,906,359

103,906,358

539,897

103,366,461

(0.51%)

300 Department Of Natural Resources

148,269,113

151,255,609

3,432,136

147,823,473

(0.30%)

310 White River Park Commission

1,286,699

1,336,699

61,065

1,275,634

(0.86%)

315 World War Memorial Commission

3,667,244

1,600,376

13,763

1,586,613

(56.73%)

325 Maumee River Basin Commission

37,500

37,500

322

37,178

(0.86%)

330 St. Joseph River Basin Commission

70,029

70,029

602

69,427

(0.86%)

351 State Board Of Animal Health

7,719,470

7,756,829

86,823

7,670,006

(0.64%)

385 Emergency Management Agency

8,056,330

8,056,330

16,787

8,039,543

(0.20%)

400 State Department Of Health

229,415,500

229,415,500

395,718

229,019,782

(0.17%)

405 Family And Social Services Administration

28,266,639

28,266,639

190,692

28,075,947

(0.67%)

410 Division Of Mental Health

312,456,019

350,432,382

39,719,753

310,712,629

(0.55%)

415 Evansville Psychiatric Children's Center

47,816

47,816

411

47,405

(0.86%)

425 Evansville State Hospital

2,007,828

378,378

3,254

375,124

(81.31%)

430 Madison State Hospital

1,010,259

1,010,260

8,688

1,001,572

(0.86%)

435 Logansport State Hospital

2,847,252

2,813,253

24,193

2,789,060

(2.04%)

440 Richmond State Hospital

1,005,762

1,255,362

258,249

997,113

(0.86%)

450 Larue Carter Memorial Hospital

1,492,067

1,492,067

12,831

1,479,236

(0.86%)

465 Fort Wayne State Developmental Center

2,212,401

2,212,402

19,026

2,193,376

(0.86%)

470 Muscatatuck State Developmental Center

1,128,725

1,128,724

9,707

1,119,017

(0.86%)

480 Silvercrest Children's Development Center

7,550,240

7,550,240

64,631

7,485,609

(0.86%)

495 Department Of Environmental Management

160,246,203

161,012,288

1,043,064

159,969,224

(0.17%)

496 Office Of Environmental Adjudication

291,445

306,445

17,506

288,939

(0.86%)

497 Division Of Aging And Rehabilitative Services

331,609,653

363,651,009

33,510,928

330,140,081

(0.44%)

500 Division Of Family And Children

5,195,837,669

5,598,696,105

128,493,109

5,470,202,996

5.28%

505 Education Employment Relations Board

722,327

757,332

41,217

716,115

(0.86%)

510 Department Of Workforce Development

1,091,065,841

1,091,065,841

32,723

1,091,033,118

(0.00%)

550 Indiana School For The Blind

11,760,391

10,768,542

91,560

10,676,982

(9.21%)

560 Indiana School For The Deaf

19,559,766

17,708,356

150,508

17,557,848

(10.23%)

570 Indiana Veterans' Home

22,979,655

24,291,909

1,266,745

23,025,164

0.19%

580 Soldiers' And Sailors' Children's Home

11,990,832

10,912,470

87,870

10,824,600

(9.72%)

605 Public Defender

5,905,896

6,263,468

406,765

5,856,703

(0.83%)

607 Henryville Correctional Facility

2,204,823

2,204,823

18,961

2,185,862

(0.86%)

610 Public Defender Council

1,344,054

1,344,054

9,189

1,334,865

(0.68%)

615 Department Of Correction

142,435,352

137,481,644

1,156,710

136,324,934

(4.28%)

616 North Central Juvenile Facility

8,670,180

8,670,180

74,563

8,595,617

(0.86%)

617 Correctional Units

5,431,467

5,515,468

85,444

5,430,024

(0.02%)

618 Miami Correctional Facility

30,477,265

41,907,096

11,691,935

30,215,161

(0.86%)

619 Logansport Juvenile Intake/Diagnosis Facility

3,197,813

3,197,813

27,501

3,170,312

(0.86%)

620 State Prison

36,563,779

36,879,380

608,511

36,270,869

(0.80%)

630 Pendleton Correctional Facility

34,330,309

34,330,308

283,587

34,046,721

(0.82%)

635 Correctional Industrial Facility

23,396,273

23,588,071

388,457

23,199,614

(0.84%)

640 Women's Prison

14,242,339

14,346,769

212,401

14,134,368

(0.75%)

645 New Castle Correctional Facility

13,104,725

23,377,223

10,385,198

12,992,025

(0.86%)

650 Putnamville Correctional Facility

33,046,333

33,046,334

276,044

32,770,290

(0.83%)

655 Pendleton Jevenile Correctional Facility

15,837,217

15,962,758

261,741

15,701,017

(0.86%)

660 Plainfield Juvenile Correctional Facility

15,448,022

17,804,034

2,484,651

15,319,383

(0.83%)

665 Wabash Valley Correctional Facility

43,157,141

43,435,222

635,592

42,799,630

(0.82%)

667 Madison Correctional Facility

3,364,860

3,364,860

28,937

3,335,923

(0.86%)

670 Indianapolis Juvenile Correctional Facility

10,821,027

17,366,051

6,631,443

10,734,608

(0.79%)

675 Branchville Correctional Facility

19,714,185

19,645,211

167,251

19,477,960

(1.19%)

680 Westville Correctional Facility

50,455,222

50,693,602

659,916

50,033,686

(0.83%)

682 Westville Maximum Control Facility

5,808,646

5,808,646

49,954

5,758,692

(0.86%)

685 Rockville Correctional Facility For Women

14,983,459

18,366,196

3,511,594

14,854,602

(0.86%)

690 Plainfield Correctional Facility

30,153,802

30,268,955

364,489

29,904,466

(0.82%)

695 Reception And Diagnostic Center

11,656,158

11,730,972

171,555

11,559,417

(0.82%)

700 Department Of Education

4,303,210,788

4,273,309,339

19,305,405

4,254,003,934

(1.14%)

703 Commission On Proprietary Education

509,005

511,245

5,888

505,357

(0.71%)

705 Arts Commission

4,134,014

4,226,237

122,538

4,103,699

(0.73%)

710 Ivy Tech State College

112,195,577

114,128,969

2,898,273

111,230,696

(0.86%)

715 State Student Assistance Commission

153,388,041

150,013,845

1,272,277

148,741,568

(3.02%)

718 School Lunch Division

162,637,063

162,638,463

45,544

162,592,919

(0.02%)

719 Commission For Higher Education

3,202,771

3,202,771

20,163

3,182,608

(0.62%)

720 Governor's Commission On Community Service/Volunteerism

5,171,001

5,216,699

48,116

5,168,583

(0.04%)

730 State Library

9,954,839

10,007,567

107,900

9,899,667

(0.55%)

735 Historical Bureau

388,074

421,915

3,431

418,484

7.83%

740 Indiana State Teachers' Retirement Fund

307,899,364

349,202,364

43,930,549

305,271,815

(0.85%)

750 Indiana University

507,959,295

512,365,223

8,751,356

503,613,867

(0.85%)

755 Medical Education Board

2,249,792

2,249,792

19,348

2,230,444

(0.86%)

760 Purdue University

351,475,005

346,015,506

2,936,944

343,078,562

(2.38%)

770 Indiana State University

82,480,382

83,517,662

1,746,611

81,771,051

(0.86%)

775 University Of Southern Indiana

36,186,513

38,182,942

2,298,920

35,884,022

(0.83%)

780 Ball State University

128,702,080

131,771,407

4,167,630

127,603,777

(0.85%)

790 Vincennes University

33,361,930

34,310,161

1,235,143

33,075,018

(0.86%)

800 Department Of Transportation

1,494,220,216

1,502,097,913

8,299

1,502,089,614

0.52%

902 Indiana Licensing Agency

4,176,539

4,959,671

819,050

4,140,621

(0.86%)

FY 2004-05 Watchdog Cuts

373,200,000

* Percentage increase of Watchdog FY 2003-04 from Estimated FY 2002-03.

** Percentage increase (decrease) of Watchdog FY 2004-05 from Watchdog FY 2003-04.

Note: Agencies with Watchdog FY 2003-04 appropriations below Estimated FY 2002-03 are funded at the Governor's Recommended level.

Source of Recommended Total Agency Expenditures:
State of Indiana Budget Report for the Biennium July 1, 2003 to June 30, 2005
( available online at http://www.in.gov/sba/budget/2003_budget/as_submitted/index.html )

The TFB cuts of $521.9 million for the 2003-05 biennium result in a budget that is only 2.28 percent less than the budgeted appropriations of $22.8754 billion recommended in the GB. The TFB budgeted appropriations in FY 2003-4 are 1.60 percent more than the GB estimated FY 2002-03 budgeted appropriations plus adjustments and spending increases. The FY 2004-05 TFB budgeted appropriations increase 0.70 percent over FY 2003-04, and are less than the forecasted revenue for the first time since 1997 and only the third time in the last fourteen years

Unless recommended by the GB, the TFB cuts for FY 2003-04 leave no agency below its estimated FY 2002-03 total funding level. For FY 2004-05, the TFB cuts no agency more than 0.86% below its estimated FY 2002-03 total funding level (unless such cuts are recommended by the GB). The fact that the TFB cuts are not excessive is further emphasized when one considers that agency funding has increased to the point where total per capita state expenditures increased 2.03 times more than the rate of inflation from 1997 to 2002.

The five agencies listed next account for almost 70% of the total TFB cuts during the 2003-05 biennium.

TOBACCO SETTLEMENT FUNDS USE: The TFB does not securitize future tobacco settlement proceeds and does not take money from the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund. Every tobacco settlement dollar is needed for current and future Medicaid needs. 

By not unwisely using tobacco settlement funds as recommended in the GB, $200 million for K-12 education and $35 million to make up an expected shortfall in the State Student Assistance Commission will not be available the next biennium. If these short-term funding needs cannot be provided from General Fund revenues, then these spending initiatives should be foregone. Because of the inability to provide these funds, the TFB offsets with additional General Fund expenditures the following payment delays in FY 2002-03: $18.2 million Tuition Support Distribution, $2.9 million Higher Education Allotment.

INDIANA GROWTH FUND: A new Indiana Growth Fund, with revenue coming from the General Fund, is included in the TFB to implement the good parts of the Governorís Energize Indiana economic development plan. Spending from the Indiana Growth Fund should be distributed as follows:

$216 million to the 21st Century Fund,

$144 million to a Development Finance Authority,

$135 million for a Growth Scholars Program,

$75 million for University Capital Projects Debt Service,

$42 million for Rural Development,

and $40 million to Technology Centers.

Table 5 below contains the annual breakdown of expenditures from the Indiana Growth Fund.

Table 5

Indiana Growth Fund* Spending

$507 Million Total (July 1, 2003 to July 1, 2113)

(compiled April 25, 2003)

(amounts expressed in millions of dollars)

FISCAL YEARS (ending June 30)

SPENDING AREAS

04

05

06

07

08

09

10

11

12

13

TOTAL

21st Century Fund (1)

28.1

25.1

21.8

18.8

18.8

18.8

18.8

18.8

18.8

18.8

206.6

Development Finance Authority (2)

3.1

6.2

9.4

12.5

18.7

18.7

18.7

18.7

18.7

18.7

143.4

Technology Centers (3)

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

4.0

40.0

Rural Development (4) (5) (6)

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

4.2

42.0

University Capital Projects Debt Service (7)

11.3

11.2

11.3

11.2

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

5.0

75.0

GRAND TOTAL

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

50.7

507.0

* Revenue provided by the General Fund.

Source: December 4, 2002, Energize Indiana economic development plan information.

( available online at http://www.in.gov/serv/presscal?PF=gov&Clist=4&Elist=62383 )

Notes:

(1) Makes grants to companies and universities .

(2) Leverage private-sector expertise and investment to bring new technologies to market.

(3) Provide funds to communities that use tax-increment financing or local option income tax revenues to build technical centers.

(4) More than double the size of the Value-Added Grant Program ($600,000 per year).

(5) Create the Rural Development Administration ($2.4 million per year).

(6) Fund the Indiana Rural Development Council and regional rural councils ($1.2 million per year).

(7) Service the debt incurred by selling $232 million in bonds to construct university research and lab facilities.

The other good parts of the Governorís Energize Indiana economic development plan implemented by the TFB include the following: permanently set the tax credit for research and development at 10 percent; reduce the 30 percent floor on the business personal property tax; authorize a referendum on amending the state constitution to eliminate the requirement that inventory be taxed; target Skills 2016 training funds to workers in the four targeted industry sectors (advanced manufacturing, life sciences, information technology, high-tech distribution); use the federal economic stimulus package to recruit and assess workers, extend unemployment benefits, and modernize the state's unemployment insurance system; use $100 million over the next decade from the Public Employees Retirement Fund and the Teachers Retirement Fund to invest in venture capital, real estate, and buyouts in the four targeted industry sectors; use $100 million from debt issued by the Indiana Port Commission to help companies in the targeted industry sectors to create high-wage, high-skill jobs and to build infrastructure to accommodate them.

MANUFACTURING INVENTORY TAX CREDIT: Beginning with property taxes paid in 2004, the TFB transfers resources from the General Fund to the Property Tax Replacement Fund to provide a property tax replacement credit for manufacturing inventory. A 100% business inventory assessed value tax credit, beginning with property taxes paid in 2007, will be pursued during the 2004 General Assembly session. These inventory tax credits will prevent onerous inventory tax shifts to homeowners. Implementing inventory tax credits is a suitable tradeoff for correcting homestead credit overpayments that will result in property tax increases of $37.0 million in FY 2002-03, $111.4 million in FY 2003-04, and $132.1 million in FY 2004-05. The Inventory Tax Credit Program includes a model manufacturing inventory tax credit bill and other explanatory information.

LOCAL REVENUE SHARING: The TFB reinstates local revenue sharing for non-gaming counties ($66 million in FY 2003-04 and $33 million in FY 2004-05).

PROPERTY TAX REPLACEMENT CREDIT PAYMENTS: The TFB eliminates the property tax replacement credit payment delays in FY 2003-04 ($14.5 million) and FY 2004-05 ($11.1 million).

ADMINISTRATIVE FEES: The TFB eliminates the new tobacco merchant location fee proposed by the GB. Also eliminated are increases in fees for the Alcohol and Tobacco Commission (catering fee, temporary permit fee, server permit fee) and the Department of Revenue (retail merchantís certificate).

DEDICATED FUND TRANSFERS: The TFB eliminates transfers to the General Fund from the following dedicated funds in FY 2004-05: Abandoned Property Fund ($25 million), Administrative Services Revolving Fund ($2.5 million), Prison Industries Revolving Fund ($2.4 million).

RAINY DAY FUND USE: The TFB transfers $30.6 million from the Rainy Day Fund to the General Fund in FY 2002-03 (instead of $46.5 million). The TFB also transfers $229.8 million from the Rainy Day Fund to the General Fund in FY 2003-04 (instead of $213.9 million). Both the TFB and the GB leave $53.3 million in the Rainy Day fund at the conclusion of FY 2004-05.

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