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AB-109 Budget Act of 2019.(2019-2020)

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Date Published: 09/06/2019 06:37 PM
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Amended  IN  Senate  September 06, 2019

CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE— 2019–2020 REGULAR SESSION

Assembly Bill
No. 109


Introduced by Assembly Member Ting

December 03, 2018


An act relating to the Budget Act of 2019. An act to amend the Budget Act of 2019 (Chapters 23 and 55 of the Statutes of 2019) by amending Items 0250-101-0001, 0515-101-0001, 0540-001-6088, 0540-101-0001, 0540-101-3228, 0555-001-0001, 0690-101-0001, 0820-001-0001, 0840-001-0970, 0954-101-0001, 1111-002-0702, 2240-103-0001, 2240-105-0001, 3340-001-0001, 3340-001-0318, 3340-001-3228, 3540-001-0001, 3540-002-3228, 3540-490, 3600-490, 3600-495, 3760-001-6088, 3760-101-0565, 3760-101-6088, 3790-101-0001, 3790-101-6088, 3790-492, 3790-493, 3790-496, 3860-101-0001, 3860-301-6083, 3860-490, 3860-495, 3900-490, 3940-101-0001, 3960-001-0001, 3970-001-0133, 4140-101-0001, 4170-101-0001, 4260-001-3305, 4300-001-0001, 4440-011-0001, 4560-001-3085, 4560-101-3085, 5180-101-0001, 5180-151-0001, 5180-153-0001, 5180-492, 5225-491, 5227-108-0001, 6100-001-0001, 6100-001-0890, 6100-125-0890, 6100-136-0890, 6100-149-0001, 6100-182-0001, 6100-194-0001, 6100-194-0890, 6100-195-0890, 6100-485, 6100-488, 6120-161-0001, 6120-217-0001, 6440-001-0001, 6610-001-0001, 6870-101-0001, 6870-488, 6980-101-0001, 7120-001-3228, 7120-101-3228, 7120-491, 7730-001-0001, 7760-301-0666, and 9210-102-0001 of, and adding Items 0540-301-6088, 0690-105-0001, 0690-493, 0720-490, 3540-101-0001, 3600-301-8018, 3600-311-6051, 3640-301-6031, 3640-495, 3860-301-0001, 6870-101-3273, and 6870-302-6087 to, Section 2.00 of, and amending Sections 12.32, 35.50, and 39.00 of, that act, relating to the state budget, and making an appropriation therefor, to take effect immediately, budget bill.


LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST


AB 109, as amended, Ting. Budget Act of 2019.
The Budget Act of 2019 made appropriations for the support of state government for the 2019–20 fiscal year.
This bill would amend the Budget Act of 2019 by amending and adding items of appropriation and making other changes.
This bill would declare that it is to take effect immediately as a Budget Bill.

This bill would express the intent of the Legislature to enact statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2019.

Vote: MAJORITY   Appropriation: NOYES   Fiscal Committee: NOYES   Local Program: NO  

The people of the State of California do enact as follows:


SECTION 1.

 Item 0250-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0250-101-0001—For local assistance, Judicial Branch ........................
127,603,000
Schedule:
(1)
0150010-Support for Operation of Trial Courts ........................
83,551,000
(2)
0150051-Child Support Commissioner Program (AB 1058) ........................
54,332,000
(3)
0150055-California Collaborative and Drug Court Projects ........................
5,748,000
(4)
0150075-Grants—​Other ........................
1,586,000
(5)
0150083-Equal Access Fund ........................
42,892,000
(6)
Reimbursements to 0150051-Child Support Commissioner Program (AB 1058) ........................
−54,332,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 0150055-California Collaborative and Drug Court Projects ........................
−4,588,000
(8)
Reimbursements to 0150075-Grants—​Other ........................
−1,586,000
Provisions:
1.
In order to improve equal access and the fair administration of justice, the funds appropriated in Schedule (5), after distribution of the $20,000,000 in Provision 6, are to be distributed by the Judicial Council through the Legal Services Trust Fund Commission to qualified legal services projects and support centers as defined in Sections 6213 to 6215, inclusive, of the Business and Professions Code, to be used for legal services in civil matters for indigent persons. The Judicial Council shall approve awards made by the commission if the council determines that the awards comply with statutory and other relevant guidelines. Ten percent of the funds in Schedule (5) shall be for joint projects of courts and legal services programs to make legal assistance available to pro per litigants and 90 percent of the funds in Schedule (5) shall be distributed consistent with Sections 6216 to 6223, inclusive, of the Business and Professions Code. The Judicial Council may establish additional reporting or quality control requirements consistent with Sections 6213 to 6223, inclusive, of the Business and Professions Code.
2.
The amount appropriated in Schedule (1) is available for reimbursement of court costs related to the following activities: (a) payment of service of process fees billed to the trial courts pursuant to Chapter 1009 of the Statutes of 2002, (b) payment of the court costs payable under Sections 4750 to 4755, inclusive, and Section 6005 of the Penal Code, and (c) payment of court costs of extraordinary homicide trials.
5.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (5), $2,500,000 shall be available for the expansion and administration of pilot programs pursuant to the Sargent Shriver Civil Counsel Act (Ch. 457, Stats. 2009).
6.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (5), $20,000,000 shall be distributed by the Judicial Council through the State Bar of California pursuant to Provision 1 to qualified legal services projects and support centers to provide eviction defense or other tenant defense assistance in landlord-tenant rental disputes, including pre-eviction and eviction legal services, counseling, advice and consultation, mediation, training, renter education, and representation, and legal services to improve habitability, increasing affordable housing, ensuring receipt of eligible income or benefits to improve housing stability, and homelessness prevention. Of this amount, $150,000 shall be available, upon order of the Department of Finance, for administrative costs of the Judicial Council and the State Bar. The remaining funds shall be allocated as follows:
(a)75 percent shall be distributed to qualified legal services projects and support centers that currently provide eviction defense or other tenant defense assistance in landlord-tenant rental disputes, as set forth in Provision 6. To expedite the distribution of this percentage of the $20,000,000, eligible programs shall be limited to those found eligible for 2019 IOLTA funding. Each eligible program shall receive a percentage equal to that legal services project’s 2019 IOLTA allocation divided by the total 2019 IOLTA allocation for all legal services projects eligible for this funding, except that to ensure that meaningful funding is provided, a minimum amount of $50,000 shall be allocated to each eligible program unless the program requests a lesser amount, in which case the additional funds shall be distributed proportionally to the other qualified legal services projects. These funds shall be distributed as soon as practicable after the effective date of this act and shall not supplant existing resources.
(b)25 percent shall be allocated through a competitive grant process developed by the Legal Services Trust Fund Commission of the State Bar to award grants to qualified legal service projects and support centers to provide eviction defense or other tenant defense assistance in landlord-tenant rental disputes, as set forth in Provision 6, to meet the needs of tenants not addressed by the formula provided in subdivision (a). The grant process shall ensure that any qualified legal service project or support center that received funding pursuant to subdivision (a) may only receive funding pursuant to this subdivision if that qualified legal service project or support center demonstrates that funds received under this subdivision will be not be used to supplant existing resources, and will be used to provide services to tenants not otherwise served by that qualified legal service project or support center. The commission shall make the grant award determinations. In awarding these grants, preference shall be given to qualified legal aid agencies that serve rural or underserved communities and that serve clients regardless of immigration or citizenship status. Any funding not allocated pursuant to this competitive grant process shall be distributed pursuant to subdivision (a), except that there shall be no minimum funding amount for these funds.
7.Funds appropriated in Provision 6 are available for encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2021.
8.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $75,000,000 shall be allocated to the Judicial Council to fund the implementation, operation, and evaluation of programs or efforts in at least 10 courts related to pretrial decision-making. The goals of this pilot are to: (a) increase the safe and efficient prearraignment and pretrial release of individuals booked into jail by expanding own recognizance and monitored release; (b) implement monitoring practices of those released prearraignment and pretrial with the least restrictive interventions and practices necessary to enhance public safety and return to court; (c) expand the use and validation of pretrial risk assessment tools that make their factors, weights, and studies publicly available; and, (d) assess any disparate impact or bias that may result from the implementation of these programs in order to better understand and reduce biases based on race, ethnicity, and gender in pretrial release decisionmaking. The amount allocated shall be available for support or local assistance and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
9.For the purposes of this pilot, the following terms have the following meanings:
(a)“Pretrial risk assessment tool” means an instrument used to determine the risks associated with individuals in the pretrial context.
(b)“Validate” means using scientific research to measure the accuracy and reliability of the tool in assessing the risk of a person failing to appear in court as required or the risk to public safety due to the commission of a new criminal offense if the person is released before adjudication of the person’s current criminal offense.
10.The amount provided in Provision 8 may be used for the following:
(a)The support of activities associated with the development or validation of risk assessment tools on local pretrial populations.
(b)Exchange of pretrial risk assessment information between the courts and county probation departments.
(c)Costs for technology to facilitate information exchange and process automation.
(d)Contracts between the courts and county probation departments to conduct prearraignment and pretrial risk assessments on individuals booked into county jails, and for monitoring of individuals released pretrial.
(e)The sharing of data with the Judicial Council that is necessary to evaluate the programs.
(f)Costs associated with judicial officer release and detention decision-making prior to arraignment, informed by the use of risk assessment tools that make their factors, weights, and studies publicly available.
(g)Implementation and improvement of court date reminder programs.
(h)Other projects related to pretrial decision-making and practices that follow standards that enhance public safety, appearance in court, and the efficient and fair administration of justice.
11.In selecting its pilot courts, the Judicial Council should seek a diversity in court size, location, court case management systems, risk assessment tools, including those tools that require an interview and those that do not, and other appropriate factors. If the County of Santa Clara County Superior Court applies for and receives funds through this pilot program, the superior court may contract with Office of Pretrial Services in that county to conduct risk assessments, provide monitoring, and meet the other requirements of the pilot project.
12.Of these funds, up to 10 percent shall be used by the Judicial Council for costs associated with implementing and evaluating these programs, including, but not limited to:
(a)Facilitating the exchange of information among local justice system partners.
(b)Gathering data from the courts and other local justice system partners.
(c)Providing technical assistance to the pilot courts and information to all trial courts on best practices related to the programs.
(d)Identifying effective pretrial risk assessment tools and potential bias in the tools.
(e)Assisting the pilot courts in validating their risk assessment tools.
(f)Providing judicial education.
(g)Providing an evaluation to the Legislature.
13.The pilot courts shall collaborate with local justice system partners to make data available to the Judicial Council as required by the council to measure the outcomes of the pilots. The required data elements will include individual and case level data, and will include but not be limited to: (a) booking charges and charge-level; (b) risk level of individuals who are assessed; (c) type of release including own recognizance, own recognizance with monitoring, and secured bond; (d) demographic factors including race or ethnicity, gender, and age of the defendant; (e) failures to appear in court as required; and (f) arrests for new crimes during the pretrial period.
14.The Judicial Council will work with the California Department of Justice, as necessary, to receive any information needed to assess the programs.
15.Commencing January 1, 2020, the Judicial Council shall provide reports to the Department of Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. The first report shall include the following information:
(a)The criteria used by Judicial Council to select the participating courts.
(b)A description of the process for pretrial decision making in each of the pilot courts. The description shall include the agencies involved in the pilots and their responsibilities; an overview of the staffing level of the agencies; the risk assessment tool that is used to inform release decisions by the court, including information pertaining to the validation of the risk assessment tool in order to increase transparency; a description of any policies that are adopted in the pilots related to pretrial decision-making; and the supervision or monitoring policies and practices developed by the pilots.
(c)Budget information for each of the pilot courts.
16.On July 1, 2020, January 1, 2021, and July 1, 2021, the reports shall include the following information:
(a)The number of assessed individuals by age, gender, and race or ethnicity.
(b)The number of assessed individuals by risk level, booking charge levels, and release decision
(c)The number and percentage of assessed individuals who receive pretrial supervision by level of supervision.
(d)The number and percentage of assessed individuals by supervision level who fail to appear in court as required, are arrested for a new offense during the pretrial period, or have pretrial release revoked.
17.The Judicial Council shall provide a report to the Legislature describing the implementation and outcomes of the program no later than July 1, 2022. In addition to information on program implementation activities the report shall include aggregate data from the pilot programs on public safety as measured by arrests for new crimes during the pretrial period; rates of failures to appear at a court hearing as required; validity of the tools as measured by the accuracy of the risk assessment tools in predicting failures to appear in court and new arrests; whether the accuracy of the tool’s predictions varies by race or ethnicity, gender, or other factors.

SEC. 2.

 Item 0515-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0515-101-0001—For local assistance, Secretary of Business, Consumer Services, and Housing ........................
650,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
0260-Support ........................
650,000,000
Provisions:
1.
Upon order of the Department of Finance, up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated in this item may be transferred to Schedule (1) of Item 0515-001-0001 for the administration of planning and progress grants to address homelessness.
2.
The amounts appropriated in this item shall be made available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
3.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be directed to the City of Palm Springs to address their homelessness funding needs.

SEC. 3.

 Item 0540-001-6088 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0540-001-6088—For support of Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, payable from the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund ........................
1,747,000
Schedule:
(1)
0320-Administration of Natural Resources Agency ........................
1,747,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the amounts appropriated in this item, $1,747,000 shall be available to support the following:
(a)
$144,000 shall be available for trails and greenway investments, consistent with subdivision (a) of Section 80080 of the Public Resources Code.
(b)
$123,000 shall be available for river recreation, creek, and waterway improvements, consistent with paragraphs (4), (5), (7), and (10) of subdivision (a) of Section 80100 of the Public Resources Code.
(c)
$126,000 shall be available for the California River Parkways Program, consistent with paragraph (8) of subdivision (a) of Section 80010 80100 of the Public Resources Code.
(d)
$149,000 shall be available for marine wildlife and healthy ocean and coastal ecosystems, consistent with subdivision (a) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(e)
$149,000 shall be available for projects that assist coastal communities, consistent with subdivision (a) of Section 80133 of the Public Resources Code.
(f)
$104,000 shall be available for multibenefit green infrastructure investments, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80137 of the Public Resources Code.
(g)
$510,000 shall be available for multibenefit flood projects, consistent with paragraph (3) of subdivision (a) of Section 80145 of the Public Resources Code.
(h)
$442,000 shall be available for statewide bond costs.

SEC. 4.

 Item 0540-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0540-101-0001—For local assistance, Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency ........................

112,150,000
112,900,000
Schedule:
(1)
0320-Administration of Natural Resources Agency ........................

112,150,000
112,900,000
(a)Clear Lake Community Center-City of Clear Lake ........................ (70,000)
(b)Cloverdale Ranch and Gordon Ridge-County of San Mateo ........................ (2,000,000)
(c)Oceanside Beachfront Improvement-City of Oceanside ........................ (8,000,000)
(d)Santa Fe Springs and South El Monte and Community Center- City of Sante Santa Fe Springs ........................ (2,520,000)
(e)Santa Fe Springs and South El Monte and Community Center - City of South El Monte ........................ (2,090,000)
(f)Santa Fe Springs and South El Monte and Community Center-City of La Puente Park ........................ (1,160,000)
(g)Jurupa Mountain Conservation-City of Jurupa Valley ........................ (15,000,000)
(h)Pannell Center Summer Nights-City of Sacramento ........................ (750,000)
(i)Columbia Memorial Space Center-City of Downey ........................ (5,800,000)
(j)Compton Creek Watershed Planning-County of Los Angeles ........................ (3,000,000)
(k)Multi-Benefit Stormwater Capture-City/County Association of San Mateo ........................ (3,000,000)
(l)Defensible Space Assistance Program ........................ (5,000,000)
(m)Fullerton Boys and Girls Club-City of Fullerton ........................ (2,500,000)
(n)Korean Federation Sprinkler System-City of Garden Grove ........................ (100,000)
(o)City of Maywood-community facilities, park, or recreational facilities construction, acquisition, or improvements ........................ (200,000)
(p)City of Lakewood-community facilities, park, or recreational facilities construction, acquisition, or improvements ........................ (700,000)
(q)City of South Gate-community facilities, park, or recreational facilities construction, acquisition, or improvements ........................ (200,000)
(r)City of Paramount-community facilities, park, or recreational facilities construction, acquisition, or improvements ........................ (500,000)
(s)City of Hawaiian Gardens-community facilities, park, or recreational facilities construction, acquisition, or improvements ........................ (150,000)
(t)Lower Los Angeles River Community Restoration and Revitalization Projects ........................ (3,000,000)
(u)Blue Mountain Trail and Wilderness-City of Grand Terrace ........................ (1,300,000)
(v)Chinatown Planning Grant-City and County of San Francisco (250,000)
(w)Santa Cruz Port District ........................ (530,000)
(x)Los Angeles Natural History Museum ........................ (9,000,000)
(y)Del Mar Bluffs Stabilization ........................ (6,130,000)
(z)Discovery Science Center of Orange County ........................ (10,000,000)
(aa)Camp Rebuilds ........................ (23,500,000)
(bb)Sabercat Trail Bridge ........................ (5,700,000)
(cc)Laguna Canyon Road Fuel Modification Project-City of Laguna Beach ........................ 1,000,000
Provisions:
5.The funds appropriated in subschedules (o), (p), (q), (r), and (s) of Schedule (1) shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2023.
6.Of the amount appropriated in subschedule (p) of Schedule (1), up to $200,000 shall be available to provide funding for facilities and equipment improvements at the Lakewood Family YMCA.
7.The funds appropriated in subschedule (l) of Schedule (1) shall be utilized to support increased community fire resiliency through regionally led defensible space assistance grant programs in up to three counties that contain a very high fire hazard severity zone, as identified by the Director of Forestry and Fire Protection pursuant to Section 51178 of the Government Code and a very high fire hazard severity zone, as identified by the director pursuant to Article 9 (commencing with Section 4201) of Chapter 1 of Part 2 of Division 4 of the Public Resources Code.
(a)Funding for defensible space assistance grants may be administered through the Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program. Groups eligible for grants shall include, but are not limited to, fire safe councils, local agencies, joint powers authorities, resource conservation districts, tribal governments, and state conservancies. The agency may consider geographic balance when awarding grants.
(b)Defensible space assistance programs supported by funds appropriated in this item shall improve compliance with defensible space requirements outlined in Section 51182 of the Government Code and Section 4291 of the Public Resource Code by assisting the elderly, low-income residents, and people with disabilities to comply with those requirements.
(c)The funds appropriated in subschedule (l) of Schedule (1) shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021, for support or local assistance.
8.The funds appropriated in subschedule (aa) of Schedule (1) shall be available to rebuild camps destroyed in the Woolsey and Tubbs fires including: (1) Wilshire Blvd. Temple Camps (Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp), (2) the Shalom Institute Camp and Conference Center, and (3) Camp Newman in Santa Rosa.
9.Upon direction of the Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, or the secretary’s designee, all or part of these funds may be transferred to another state department or entity, from which they are also appropriated and available for the purposes specified in this item.
10.Not more than 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this item may be used for administrative costs.
11.The funds appropriated in subschedule (t) of Schedule (1) shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2023. Upon direction of the Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, or the Secretary’s designee, all or part of these funds may be transferred to another state department or entity, including, but not limited to, the San Gabriel and Lower Los Angeles Rivers and Mountains Conservancy, from which they are also appropriated and available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2023, for the purposes specified in this item. The funds may be expended for capital or non-capital purposes, including transfers or grants of all or part of the funds to the Watershed Conservation Authority or to a local agency for the purposes of Lower Los Angeles River community restoration and revitalization projects.

SEC. 5.

 Item 0540-101-3228 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0540-101-3228—For local assistance, Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, payable from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund ........................
30,000,000
Schedule:
(1)0320-Administration of Natural Resources Agency ........................ 30,000,000
Provisions:
1.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $30,000,000 shall be available for urban greening programs.
2.The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021, for support or local assistance. Not more than 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this item may be used for administrative costs.
3.The funds allocated in this item shall not be subject to the restrictions specified in subdivision (b) of Section 15.14.

SEC. 6.

 Item 0540-301-6088 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
0540-301-6088—For capital outlay, Secretary of the Natural Resources Agency, payable from the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access for All Fund ........................
111,157,000
Schedule:
(1)0006289-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ 111,157,000
(a)Design-build ........................ 111,157,000

SEC. 7.

 Item 0555-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0555-001-0001—For support of Secretary for Environmental Protection ........................

2,198,000
3,198,000
Schedule:
(1)
0340-Support ........................

2,198,000
3,198,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be available for the California Green Business Network, which supports green business certification programs.

SEC. 8.

 Item 0690-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0690-101-0001—For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services ........................

99,641,000
112,141,000
Schedule:
(1)
0385-Special Programs and Grant Management ........................

74,641,000
87,141,000
(2)
0380-Emergency Management Services ........................
25,000,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Office of Emergency Services may provide advance payment of up to 25 percent of grant funds awarded to community-based, nonprofit organizations, cities, school districts, counties, and other units of local government that have demonstrated cashflow problems according to the criteria set forth by the Office of Emergency Services.
2.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $10,000,000 shall be used for grants related to services for victims of human trafficking.
3.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2), $25,000,000 is available to support activities directly related to regional response and readiness. These activities include, but are not limited to, predeployment of the Office of Emergency Services’ fire and rescue and local government resources that are part of the California Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid System or additional resources upon the authority and approval of the Office of Emergency Services to meet the requirements for state resources called up for predisaster and disaster response. Prepositioning shall be based upon predesignated criteria and a predicted scale of the emergency event and shall be consistent with this state’s current procedures under the mutual aid system.
4.No later than February 3, 2020, the Office of Emergency Services shall report to the appropriate budget subcommittees of the Legislature, the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization, and the Legislative Analyst’s Office on the requests approved for prepositioning resources made by local agencies in the 2017–18 and 2018–19 fiscal years. Additionally, no later than February 1 of each year thereafter, the Office of Emergency Services shall report to the appropriate budget subcommittees of the Legislature, the Assembly Committee on Governmental Organization, and the Legislative Analyst’s Office on the requests approved for prepositioning resources made by local agencies in the previous fiscal year. The information provided shall be organized by mutual aid region and shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following for each request for prepositioning resources:
(a)The entity or operational area that requested resources; type of prepositioning event; risk factors (criteria) prompting the request, including a summary of red flag events; description of the resources requested; location where resources were placed; the start date/time and the end date/time of prepositioned resources; and the reimbursement amount associated with the response.
(b)An assessment, with input from local fire departments, on the effectiveness of the criteria the Office of Emergency Services uses to approve requests for prepositioning of mutual aid resources.
(c)A summary of the extent to which the Office of Emergency Services initiated the prepositioning of resources due to forecasts of inclement weather.
(d)If an emergency event happened, data describing the outcomes of the event. This could include, but is not limited to, the total number of acres affected, the number of structures affected, and the total number of deaths and injuries. Given California is subject to a variety of potential events, including, but not limited to, fires, floods, earthquakes, and tsunamis, the nature of this information may vary based on the type of the event. The information provided shall identify whether the event resulted in a federally or state-declared disaster.
5.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 shall be used to fund Internet Crimes Against Children Task Forces. This amount is available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
6.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 shall be used for school safety and communications interoperability technology grants available to California K–12 schools, California Community Colleges, and schools in the California State University system.
7.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $2,500,000 shall be used for a grant to the City of San Jose to purchase equipment for the new San Jose Emergency Operations Center.
8.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $3,000,000 shall be used for a grant to the City of San Jose to support construction to update the fire department training center.
9.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $500,000 shall be used for a grant to the City of Lodi for cyber security upgrades.
10.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 shall be used for a grant to the City of Los Banos to support the construction of a new emergency operations center.
11.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $550,000 shall be used for a grant to the City of Campbell to support its Emergency Operations Center.
12.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $4,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the County of Santa Clara for the Santa Clara County Fire Department to purchase Mobile Operations Satellite Emergency Systems equipment.
13.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $4,500,000 shall be used for a grant to the County of Orange County Fire Authority to implement a First Responder Intelligence, Survey, and Reconnaissance System pilot program to be executed by the Orange County Fire Authority and implemented in the counties of Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego, and Ventura.
14.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 shall be available for the Office of Emergency Services's Family Violence Prevention Grant Program for Services to administer grants that support domestic and sexual violence prevention efforts.
15.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $1,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the City and County of San Francisco for the San Francisco Fire Department to purchase hose or water tenders to be housed in a firefighting facility in the westside of the city.
16.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $6,670,000 shall be available for the Office of Emergency Services’s Homeless Youth Emergency Services and Housing Program.
17.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $250,000 shall be available for training grants for the California District Attorneys Association.
17.5.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $12,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the County of Stanislaus for emergency communications equipment and infrastructure.
17.7.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $500,000 shall be available for a grant to the East Contra Costa Fire Protection District for equipment, vehicle, or facilities acquisitions or improvements.
18.For provisions 5 through 17, 17.7, not more than 5 percent of the amount specified in each provision may be used for administrative support costs.

SEC. 9.

 Item 0690-105-0001 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
0690-105-0001—For local assistance, Office of Emergency Services ........................
10,000,000
Schedule:
(1)0385-Special Programs and Grant Management ........................ 10,000,000
Provisions:
1.The funding appropriated in this item is for the California Health Center Security Grant Program to help health centers that provide abortion services and may be the targets of violence and vandalism. Up to 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this item may be used for administrative support costs.

SEC. 10.

 Item 0690-493 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
0690-493—Reappropriation, Office of Emergency Services. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020:
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 0690-103-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), as added by Chapter 1 of the Statutes of 2019
Provisions:
1.Funds appropriated in this item are for grants to community-based organizations and other local entities to conduct outreach on emergency preparedness and provide resources for California’s most vulnerable populations.
2.Notwithstanding any other law, the Office of Emergency Services may provide advance payment of up to 25 percent of grant funds awarded to community-based organizations and other local entities that have demonstrated cashflow problems according to the criteria set forth by the Office of Emergency Services.

SEC. 11.

 Item 0720-490 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
0720-490—Reappropriation, Governor’s Portrait. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020:
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 0720-001-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)

SEC. 12.

 Item 0820-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0820-001-0001—For support of Department of Justice ........................
324,368,000
Schedule:
(1)
9900100-Administration ........................
135,446,000
(2)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−135,446,000
(3)
0435-Division of Legal Services ........................
174,071,000
(4)
0440-Law Enforcement ........................
100,113,000
(5)
0445-California Justice Information Services ........................
90,775,000
(6)
Reimbursements to 0435-Division of Legal Services ........................
−1,242,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 0440-Law Enforcement ........................
−31,257,000
(8)
Reimbursements to 0445-California Justice Information Services ........................
−8,092,000
Provisions:
1.
The Attorney General shall submit to the Legislature, the Director of Finance, and the Governor the quarterly and annual reports that the Attorney General submits to the federal government on the activities of the Medi-Cal Fraud Unit.
2.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Department of Justice may purchase or lease vehicles of any type or class that, in the judgment of the Attorney General or the Attorney General’s designee, are necessary to the performance of the investigatory and enforcement responsibilities of the Department of Justice, from the funds appropriated for that purpose in this item.
3.
Of the amount included in Schedule (3), $6,500,000 is available to address new legal workload related to various actions taken at the federal level, and any litigation related to the CalSavers Retirement Savings Program.
4.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) (4) of this item, $2,069,000 shall be available for settlements and judgments related to the Reproductive Freedom, Accountability, Comprehensive Care, and Transparency Act. Any unexpended funds shall revert to the General Fund.
5.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $155,000 is available for implementation of Chapter 988 of the Statutes of 2018 (SB 1421). This funding shall be made available, and only upon a pro-rata basis, to the department upon its active processing of requests filed pursuant to SB 1421. On or before January 1, 2020, and June 30, 2020, the Department of Justice shall submit, to the budget committees of each house of the Legislature and the Legislative Analyst’s Office a report containing various workload metrics related to its compliance with the requirements of SB 1421, as specified below.
(a)From the first day of the month that SB 1421 became operative, and each month thereafter:
(1)The number of requests submitted per month under the Public Records Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 6250) of Division 7 of Title 1 of the Government Code) pursuant to SB 1421 by case type (weapon, use of force, sexual assault, or dishonesty).
(2)The number of incidents per month that are subject to SB 1421, by case type and case processing method (administrative, criminal, subject only interview, direct adverse action, or rejected).
(b)Commencing with July 2019, and each month thereafter:
(1)The average number of hours required for redaction per case subject to SB 1421 that were completed during that month.
(2)The average number of pages reviewed to redact material per case completed during that month.
(3)The average length of video reviewed as part of redaction efforts per case completed during that month.
(c)Commencing with July 2019, and each month thereafter, the following metrics shall be reported by case type and processing method, including a description of any administrative action, and whether the case involved the use of weapons or force:
(1)The average number of days and hours spent per case by the investigators.
(2)The average number of days and hours spent per case by the attorneys.
6.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (4), $854,000 shall be available to the Department of Justice for testing sexual assault evidence kits.
7.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (4), $2,600,000 is provided for the replacement of forensic equipment. The Department of Justice shall develop an eight-year schedule for the replacement of forensic equipment that, to the extent possible, equalizes the amount of funding needed annually for equipment replacement. At a minimum, the schedule shall include all of the following: (a) an inventory of all forensic equipment; (b) the associated cost of replacement for each major category of equipment; (c) a description of any equipment that will no longer be purchased, including the rationale for its elimination and associated cost savings; and (d) a description of the addition of any new types of equipment not previously included in the schedule, including the rationale for including that equipment and the net cost of the addition. The department shall provide this schedule to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the fiscal committees of each house of the Legislature no later than January 10, 2020. It is the Legislature’s intent that an updated schedule shall be provided to justify any future funding requests for equipment replacement.

SEC. 13.

 Item 0840-001-0970 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0840-001-0970—For support of the Controller, payable from the Unclaimed Property Fund ........................
44,737,000
Schedule:
(1)
0500-State Controller’s Office ........................
44,737,000
Provisions:
1.
The funding provided in this item shall cover costs for personal services and related operating expenses and equipment (including legal costs that are not related to enforcing the recovery of property and system-related costs) for the Unclaimed Property Program. Continuous appropriations from the Unclaimed Property Fund are allowed for other program costs authorized under subdivision (b) of Section 1564 and Section 1325 of the Code of Civil Procedure. These continuous appropriations shall not be used to cover spending authorized under this item.
2.(a)
Notwithstanding subdivision (b) of Section 1531 of the Code of Civil Procedure, the Controller may publish notice in any manner that the Controller determines reasonable, provided that (1) none of the moneys used for this purpose is redirected from funding for the Controller’s audit activities, (2) no photograph is used in the publication of notice, and (3) no elected official’s name is used in the publication of notice.
(b)
No funds appropriated in this act may be expended by the Controller to provide general information to the public, other than holders (as defined in subdivision (e) of Section 1501 of the Code of Civil Procedure) of unclaimed property, concerning the Unclaimed Property Program or possible existence of unclaimed property held by the Controller, except for informational announcements to the news media, through the exchange of information on the internet, or no more than $66,000 per year to inform the public about this program in activities already organized by the Controller for other purposes. This restriction does not apply to sending individual notices to property owners (as required by the Code of Civil Procedure).
3.On or before March 1, 2020, the Controller shall provide the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the chairpersons of the fiscal committees in each house of the Legislature with a report on plans to provide for a one-time unclaimed property amnesty, or other options to increase compliance with unclaimed property law in lieu of an amnesty program, and options for increasing the return of unclaimed property to rightful owners.

SEC. 14.

 Item 0954-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
0954-101-0001—For local assistance, Scholarshare Investment Board ........................
25,000,000
Schedule:
(1)0780-Golden State Scholarshare Trust Program ........................ 25,000,000
Provisions:
1.The funds appropriated in this item shall be expended on the Children’s Savings Account California Kids Investment and Development Savings Program pursuant to Article 19.5 (commencing with Section 69996) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.

SEC. 15.

 Item 1111-002-0702 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
1111-002-0702—For support of Department of Consumer Affairs, payable from the Consumer Affairs Fund ........................
0
Schedule:
(1)
1425041-Division of Investigation ........................
42,797,000
(2)
1425045-DCA Workers Compensation ........................
4,263,000
(3)
1425049-Consumer and Client Services Division ........................
91,605,000
(4)
1426041-Distributed Division of Investigation ........................
−42,797,000
(5)
1426045-Distributed DCA Workers Compensation ........................
−4,263,000
(6)
1426049-Distributed Consumer and Client Services Division ........................
−90,138,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 1425049-Consumer and Client Services Division ........................
−1,467,000
Provisions:
1.
The amount appropriated in this item may include revenues derived from the assessment of fines and penalties imposed as specified in Section 13332.18 of the Government Code.
2.
The Director of the Department of Consumer Affairs shall report progress on the Release 3 entities’ transition to a new licensing technology platform to the appropriate committees of the Legislature by December 31 of each year. Progress reports shall include updated plans and timelines for completing: (a) business process documentation; (b) cost-benefit analyses of IT options; (c) IT system development and implementation; (d) any other relevant steps needed to meet the IT needs of the Release 3 entities; and (e) other information as the Legislature may request.
3.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $226,000 is available for the Department of Consumer Affairs to conduct an organizational change management review of its centralized services distributed based on authorized position count. In consultation with the Pro Rata work group, the Department of Consumer Affairs shall identify and prioritize the most critical services to be reviewed. Reviews shall consist of process mapping with the intent to identify opportunities to achieve efficiencies. The results of the reviews shall be made available to the Legislature as they are completed. The Department of Consumer Affairs shall also report on any departmental efficiencies achieved as part of the sunset review process.
4.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $1,670,000 is available for the Department of Consumer Affairs to establish a regulations unit in fiscal years 2019–20 and 2020–21. The department shall provide workload data, including a specific update on processing regulations consistent with Chapter 995 of the Statutes of 2018, to the fiscal committees of each house of the Legislature on March 1, 2020, and March 1, 2021.
5.The Governor Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency, in consultation with the Department of Finance and the Department of Human Resources shall consider moving cannabis enforcement activities and associated resources from the Department of Consumer Affairs’s Division of Investigation to the Bureau of Cannabis Control beginning in fiscal year 2020-21.

SEC. 16.

 Item 2240-103-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
2240-103-0001—For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development ........................
25,700,000
Schedule:
(1)1665-Financial Assistance Program ........................ 25,700,000
Provisions:
1.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is available for the purpose of providing shelter, food, and basic veterinarian services for the pets of individuals in homeless shelters. Funding shall be allocated in a manner to be determined by the department.
Upon order of the Department of Finance, up to 5 percent of the funds made available pursuant to this provision may be transferred to Schedule (2) of Item 2240-001-0001 for the administration of this funding.
The Department of Housing and Community Development may implement the activities described in this provision though the issuance of forms, guidelines, and one or more notices of funding availability or requests for proposals, as the department deems necessary. Any forms, guidelines, and notices of funding availability adopted pursuant to this provision are exempt from the rulemaking provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code.
2.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is available for the development of low- to moderate-income housing in the City of Ontario.
3.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be allocated to counties for the support of housing navigators to help young adults aged 18 years and up to 21 years secure and maintain housing, with priority given to young adults in the foster care system. The Department of Housing and Community Development may consult with the Department of Social Services to develop an allocation schedule for the purpose of distributing these funds to counties. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
(b)Notwithstanding any other law, grants awarded pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
4.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 shall be available for the Mission Heritage Plaza Affordable Housing and Civil Rights Institute, a mixed use affordable housing community.
5.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $3,000,000 shall be available to assist the City of San Bernardino to develop General Plan amendments.
6.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be available for the development of supportive housing in the Veterans Village of Cathedral City.
7.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be deposited in the Orange County Housing Finance Trust and utilized for the development of permanent supportive housing.
8.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be available to provide the cities of Encinitas, Carlsbad, Oceanside, and Vista $250,000 each for homelessness prevention and intervention services in partnership with the Community Resource Center. This funding would expand existing homelessness services, including, but not limited to: case management, housing navigation, domestic violence shelters, substance abuse and mental and medical health services.
9.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $400,000 shall be available for loan interest forgiveness for the Boys and Girls Clubs of Los Angeles Harbor.
10.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $300,000 shall be available for the City and County of San Francisco for the Westside Community Development Planning grant.

SEC. 17.

 Item 2240-105-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
2240-105-0001—For local assistance, Department of Housing and Community Development ........................
750,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
1670-Housing Policy Development Program ........................

750,000,000
250,000,000
(2)1665-Financial Assistance Program ........................ 500,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2023, and for liquidation of encumbrance until June 30, 2023.
2.
Upon order of the Department of Finance, up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated in this item Schedule (1) may be transferred to Schedule (3) of Item 2240-001-0001 for the administration of planning and production grants.
3.Upon order of the Department of Finance, up to 5 percent of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2) may be transferred to Schedule (2) of Item 2240-001-0001 for administration.

SEC. 18.

 Item 3340-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3340-001-0001—For support of California Conservation Corps ........................
60,755,000
Schedule:
(1)
2360-Training and Work Program ........................
60,755,000
(2)
9900100-Administration ........................
4,988,000
(3)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−4,988,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,725,000 shall be available for use by the California Conservation Corps to respond to natural disasters and other emergencies, including the fighting of forest fires.
2.
To the extent that funds in excess of the amount identified in Provision 1 are necessary in order for the California Conservation Corps to respond to one or more emergencies declared by the Governor, the Department of Finance shall transfer, from the funds available pursuant to Section 8690.6 of the Government Code, an amount not to exceed $1,500,000 as necessary to fund that response. If, after the Department of Finance has transferred funds pursuant to this provision, the California Conservation Corps receives reimbursements or other amounts in payment of its costs of response to one or more declared emergencies, those amounts shall be deposited in the General Fund.
3.
Of the amount appropriated in this item,$500,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
4.Notwithstanding any other law, upon approval of the Department of Finance, this item may be augmented as necessary to fund costs for personal service contracts, or other personal costs outside of standard civil service compensation, that are the result of increasing the state’s minimum wage in accordance with Chapter 4 of the Statutes of 2016 (SB 3).

SEC. 19.

 Item 3340-001-0318 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3340-001-0318—For support of California Conservation Corps, payable from the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account ........................
42,933,000
Schedule:
(1)
2360-Training and Work Program ........................
42,933,000
(2)
9900100-Administration ........................
7,127,000
(3)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−7,127,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding Section 14316 of the Public Resources Code, the Department of Finance may make a loan from the General Fund to the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account in the amount of 25 percent of the reimbursements anticipated in the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account, not to exceed an aggregate total of $7,300,000, to meet cashflow needs from delays in collecting reimbursements. Any loan made by the Department of Finance pursuant to this provision shall only be made if the California Conservation Corps has a valid contract or certification signed by the client agency that demonstrates that sufficient funds will be available to repay the loan. All moneys so transferred shall be repaid to the General Fund as soon as possible, but not later than one year from the date of the loan.
2.
Notwithstanding Section 28.50, the Department of Finance may augment this item to reflect increases in reimbursements to the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account received from another officer, department, division, bureau, or other agency of the state that has requested services from the California Conservation Corps. Any augmentation that is deemed to be necessary on a permanent basis for future budget acts shall be submitted for review as a part of the regular budget process.
3.
Notwithstanding Section 28.00, the Department of Finance may augment this item to reflect increases in reimbursements to the Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account received from a local government, the federal government, or nonprofit organizations requesting emergency services from the California Conservation Corps after it has notified the Legislature through a letter to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Any augmentation that is deemed to be necessary on a permanent basis shall be submitted for review as a part of the regular budget process.
4.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is from the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection for forest health projects and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
5.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 shall be available, upon allocation by the California Transportation Commission, for encumbrance and liquidation until June 30, 2025, for active transportation projects consistent with Provision 3 of Item 2660-108-3290. Notwithstanding Section 28.50, the Department of Finance may augment this amount to reflect any increases in funding provided pursuant to Item 2660-108-3290.
6.Notwithstanding any other law, upon approval of the Department of Finance, this item may be augmented as necessary to fund costs for personal service contracts, or other personal costs outside of standard civil service compensation, that are the result of increasing the state’s minimum wage in accordance with Chapter 4 of the Statutes of 2016 (SB 3).

SEC. 20.

 Item 3340-001-3228 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3340-001-3228—For support of California Conservation Corps, payable from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund ........................
9,226,000
Schedule:
(1)
2360-Training and Work Program ........................
9,226,000
(2)
9900100-Administration ........................
985,000
(3)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−985,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,618,000 is available pursuant to Section 4213.05 of the Public Resources Code.
2.
The amount appropriated in this item is not subject to the restrictions specified in subdivision (b) of Section 15.14.
3.Notwithstanding any other law, upon approval of the Department of Finance, this item may be augmented as necessary to fund costs for personal service contracts, or other personal costs outside of standard civil service compensation, that are the result of increasing the state’s minimum wage in accordance with Chapter 4 of the Statutes of 2016 (SB 3).

SEC. 21.

 Item 3540-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3540-001-0001—For support of Department of Forestry and Fire Protection ........................

1,029,266,000
1,044,166,000
Schedule:
(1)
2461-Office of the State Fire Marshal ........................
25,620,000
(2)
2465-Fire Protection ........................

1,562,502,000
1,577,402,000
(3)
2470-Resource Management ........................
21,294,000
(4)
2475-Board of Forestry and Fire Protection ........................
1,057,000
(5)
2480-Department of Justice Legal Services ........................
5,429,000
(6)
9900100-Administration ........................
133,492,000
(7)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−133,204,000
(8)
Reimbursements to 2461-Office of the State Fire Marshal ........................
−18,523,000
(9)
Reimbursements to 2465-Fire Protection ........................
−566,578,000
(10)
Reimbursements to 2470-Resource Management ........................
−1,536,000
(11)
Reimbursements to 9900100-Administration ........................
−287,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of Finance may authorize the temporary or permanent redirection of funds from this item for purposes of emergency fire suppression and detection costs and related emergency revegetation costs.
2.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of Finance may authorize a loan from the General Fund, in an amount not to exceed 45 percent of reimbursements appropriated in Schedule (9) of this item, to the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, provided that:
(a)
The loan is to meet cash needs resulting from the delay in receipt of reimbursements for services provided.
(b)
The loan is for a short term and shall be repaid by November 15 of the fiscal year following that in which the loan was authorized.
(c)
Interest charges may be waived pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 16314 of the Government Code.
(d)
Within 10 days after approval, the Director of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the loan approved pursuant to this provision.
3.
The Director of Finance may adjust amounts in Schedule (2) to provide equivalent fire protection base funding changes to contract counties in accordance with Section 4130 of the Public Resources Code.
4.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated in this item for purposes of Division 10.5 (commencing with Section 12200) of the Public Resources Code shall be available for purposes of support or capital outlay.
5.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of Finance may adjust this item for the direct and indirect cost reimbursements received pursuant to Sections 4142 and 4144 of the Public Resources Code. Any increase shall occur no sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity of the increase to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time after notification the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or the chairperson’s designee, may in each instance determine.
6.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection may provide contractual services pursuant to Sections 4142 and 4144 of the Public Resources Code without an executed agreement from July to September of each fiscal year to better align contract start times with the budget process and to finalize staff benefit rates that are dependent upon actions by the Public Employees’ Retirement System and passage of the annual Budget Act.
7.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law and administrative procedure, the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection may amend its pilot and mechanic contract, along with its parts contract, for both scope changes and contracted amounts to address unanticipated workload resulting from higher than anticipated demand for these contracted services. The Department of Finance may augment this item and authorize expenditures in excess of the amounts appropriated in this item no sooner than 30 days after providing notification in writing of the necessity therefor to the chairperson of the committee in each house of the Legislature that considers appropriations, the chairpersons of the committees and the appropriate subcommittees in each house that consider the budget, and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not sooner than whatever lesser time the designee, may in each instance determine.
8.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,200,000 is available, upon the approval of the Department of Finance, to fund the increased costs associated with the implementation of enhanced industrial disability leave benefits resulting from Chapter 857 of the Statutes of 2017 (SB 334). The Department of Finance may augment this amount by up to $3,500,000 if the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection provides data showing that the costs related to the implementation of Chapter 857 of the Statutes of 2017 (SB 334) and Chapter 897 of the Statutes of 2018 (SB 1144) exceed this amount.
9.Of the amount provided in this item, $3,000,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
10.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), up to $500,000 is available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021, upon approval of the Department of Finance, to enable the Office of the State Fire Marshal’s Fire and Life Safety Division to undertake a comprehensive fee study and obtain consultative services from the Department of Justice.
11.Notwithstanding any other law, of the $2,300,000 loan authorized by Provision 9 of Item 3540-001-0001 of the Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), up to $500,000 shall be available, upon order of the Department of Finance, for Schedule (1) subject to the conditions specified in subdivisions (a) and (c) of that item. Notwithstanding subdivisions (a) and (b) of Provision 9 of Item 3540-001-0001 of the Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), or any other provision of law, the loan authorized by Provision 9 of that item and this provision for Schedule (1) shall be repaid no later than June 30, 2023.
14.The Department of Forestry and Fire Protection shall report to the Legislature regarding the health and wellness pilot program by December 31, 2020. This report shall include details regarding how program funding was used, how many employees received services through the program, the number and types of health screenings that were administered, and the number of incidents that peer support teams were deployed to in order to provide mental health services to employees working at those sites.
15.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2) , $2,000,000 shall be available for contracts with Butte County to support operation of one year-round Butte County Fire Department fire station and to meet other budgetary needs.
16.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3) , $5,000,000 shall be available for support or local assistance for the purpose of curing or suppressing diseases associated with the spread of the Polyphagous and Kuroshio shot hole borer invasive beetles. Not more than 5 percent of this amount may be used for administrative costs. Consistent with paragraph (4) of subdivision (a) of Section 4799.10 of the Public Resources Code, the Department of Forestry and Fire Protection shall develop incident action plans in order to immediately implement actions to suppress and cure the shot hole borer in urban forests statewide.

SEC. 22.

 Item 3540-002-3228 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3540-002-3228—For support of Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, payable from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund ........................

83,935,000
84,751,000
Schedule:
(1)
2461-Office of the State Fire Marshal ........................
1,461,000
(2)
2465-Fire Protection ........................

61,461,000
62,277,000
(3)
2470-Resource Management ........................
19,037,000
(4)
2475-Board of Forestry and Fire Protection ........................
1,976,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item are available pursuant to Section 4213.05 of the Public Resources Code.
2.
The Director of Finance may adjust amounts in Schedule (2) to provide equivalent fire protection base funding changes to contract counties in accordance with Section 4130 of the Public Resources Code.
3.
The funds appropriated in this item are not subject to the restrictions specified in subdivision (b) of Section 15.14.

SEC. 23.

 Item 3540-101-0001 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3540-101-0001—For local assistance, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection ........................
2,200,000
Schedule:
(1)2465-Fire Protection ........................ 2,200,000
Provisions:
1.The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for a local assistance grant to the County of Yolo for the replacement of the Yolo County Road 40 Low Water Bridge.

SEC. 24.

 Item 3540-490 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3540-490—Reappropriation, Department of Forestry and Fire Protection. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020:
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 3540-301-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(7)0003212-Ishi Conservation Camp: Replace Kitchen
(b)Working drawings
0660—​Public Buildings Construction Fund
(0.5)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), as partially reappropriated by Item 3540-491, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007) and Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), Item 3540-493, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009–10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009–10 4th Ex. Sess.), Items 3540-492 and 3540-493, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010) and Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), and Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), and Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and as partially reverted by Item 3540-495, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(3)30.30.160-South Operations Area Headquarters: Relocate Facility—Construction
(5)30.40.030-Academy: Construct Dormitory Building and Expand Messhall—Construction
(6)30.40.170-Badger Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—Construction
(1)
Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007) as reappropriated by Item 3540-491, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), Item 3540-493, Budget Acts of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009–10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009–10 4th Ex. Sess.), 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), Item 3540-492, Budget Acts of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), Item 3540-490, Budget Acts of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), and as reverted by Item 3540-495, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013)
(4)
30.20.008-Westwood Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—​Construction
(5)
30.30.200-Paso Robles Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—​Construction
(2)
Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated by Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(4)
30.20.008-Westwood Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—​Construction
(3)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2008 (Chs. 268 and 269, Stats. 2008), as partially reappropriated by Item 3540-493, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009–10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009–10 4th Ex. Sess.), Item 3540-492, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010) and Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), and Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(2)30.10.210-San Mateo/Santa Cruz Unit Headquarters: Relocate Automotive Shop—Construction
(3)30.20.007-Vina Helitack Base: Replace Facility—Construction
(4)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009-10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009-10 4th Ex. Sess.), as reappropriated by Item 3540-492, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), Item 3540-492, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(2)30.10.245-Soquel Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—Working drawings and construction
(5)30.20.120-Butte Unit Fire Station/Unit Headquarters: Replace Facility—Construction
(8)30.30.095-Cayucos Fire Station: Replace Facility—Working drawings
(5)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated by Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(6)30.20.120-Butte Unit Fire Station/Unit Headquarters: Replace Facility—Construction
(13)30.30.160-South Operations Area Headquarters: Relocate Facility—Construction
(6)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(4)0000189-San Mateo/Santa Cruz Unit Headquarters: Relocate Automotive Shop—Construction
(7)Item 3540-301-0660, Budget Act of 2017, (Chs.14, 22 and 54, Stats. 2017)
(1)0000165-Badger Forest Fire Station: Replace Facility—Construction
0668—Public Buildings Construction Fund Subaccount
(1)Item 3540-301-0668, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated by Item 3540-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(2)30.40.175-Parkfield Fire Station: Relocate Facility—Acquisition

SEC. 25.

 Item 3600-301-8018 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3600-301-8018—For capital outlay, Department of Fish and Wildlife, payable from the Salton Sea Restoration Fund ........................
20,903,000
Schedule:
(1)0006290-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ 20,903,000
(a)Design-build ........................ 20,903,000

SEC. 26.

 Item 3600-311-6051 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3600-311-6051—For transfer by the Controller upon notification by the Department of Fish and Wildlife from the Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006 to the Salton Sea Restoration Fund ........................
20,903,000

SEC. 27.

 Item 3600-490 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3600-490—Reappropriation, Department of Fish and Wildlife. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the period to liquidate encumbrances of the following citations is extended to June 30, 2020.
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 3600-001-0001, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
0200—Fish and Game Preservation Fund
(1)Item 3600-001-0001, 3600-001-0200, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), including the clearing account
0320—Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund
(1)Item 3600-001-0320, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
3103—Hatchery and Inland Fisheries Fund
(1)Item 3600-001-3103, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)

SEC. 28.

 Item 3600-495 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3600-495—Reversion, Department of Fish and Wildlife. As of June 30, 2019, the balances specified below, below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made.
6051—Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1)Item 3600-001-6051, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016). Up to $5,248,000 appropriated in Program 2590-Biodiversity Conservation Program
(1)Item 3600-001-6051, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016). Up to $3,963,000 appropriated in Program 2595-Hunting, Fishing, and Public Use Program
(2)Item 3600-002-6051, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018).
8018—Salton Sea Restoration Fund
(1)Item 3600-001-8018, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018). Up to $20,903,000 appropriated in Program 2590-Biodiversity Conservation Program

SEC. 29.

 Item 3640-301-6031 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3640-301-6031—For capital outlay, Wildlife Conservation Board, payable from the Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002 ........................
8,746,000
Schedule:
(1)0006291-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ 8,746,000
(a)Design-build ........................ 8,746,000

SEC. 30.

 Item 3640-495 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3640-495—Reversion, Wildlife Conservation Board. As of June 30, 2019, the balances specified below of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made.
6031—Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002
(1)Item 3640-301-6031, Budget Act of 2003 (Ch. 157, Stats. 2003), as reappropriated by Item 3640-490, Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006), Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017). $8,745,557 appropriated in Project 80.10.440-Colorado River Acquisition, Protection, and Restoration Program

SEC. 31.

 Item 3760-001-6088 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3760-001-6088—For support of State Coastal Conservancy, payable from the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund ........................
1,253,000
Schedule:
(1)
2790-Coastal Conservancy Programs ........................
1,253,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for the following:
(a)
$460,000 shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy, consistent with subdivision (d) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(b)
$168,000 shall be available for Acquisitions for Estuarine Lagoons, consistent with subdivision (f) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(c)
$336,000 shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Conservancy Program, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80133 of the Public Resources Code.
(d)$200,000 shall be available for the Lower Cost Coastal Accommodations Program, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(e)$80,000 shall be available to establish a conservancy the City of Fullerton to fund a conservation program at West Coyote Hills, consistent with subdivision (c) of Section 80133 of the Public Resources Code.

SEC. 32.

 Item 3760-101-0565 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3760-101-0565—For local assistance, State Coastal Conservancy, payable from the State Coastal Conservancy Fund ........................

2,000,000
12,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
2805032-Conservancy Programs ........................

12,000,000
22,000,000
(2)
Reimbursements to 2805032-Conservancy Programs ........................
−10,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022, for local assistance or capital outlay.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is available for the sole purpose of facilitating the cashflow needs inherent to receiving reimbursements in arrears from grants awarded to the conservancy.

SEC. 33.

 Item 3760-101-6088 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3760-101-6088—For local assistance, State Coastal Conservancy, payable from the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund ........................
45,116,000
Schedule:
(1)
2805032-Conservancy Programs ........................
45,116,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item subdivisions (a), (b), (c), (d), and (e) of Provision 2 are available for encumbrance or expenditure for local assistance or capital outlay until June 30, 2022.
2.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for the following:
(a)
$2,708,000 shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy, consistent with subdivision (d) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(b)
$1,923,000 shall be available for the San Francisco Bay Conservancy Program, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80133 of the Public Resources Code.
(c)
$1,375,000 shall be available for Acquisitions for Estuarine Lagoons, consistent with subdivision (f) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(d)$5,150,000 shall be available for the Lower-Cost Coastal Accommodations Program, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code.
(e)$3,960,000 shall be available to establish a conservancy the City of Fullerton to fund a conservation program at West Coyote Hills, consistent with subdivision (c) of Section 80133 of the Public Resources Code.
(f)$15,000,000 shall be available for wetlands restoration in the Bay Area, consistent with subdivision (c) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code. Of this amount, not more than $1,500,000 $750,000 may be used for program delivery costs, and not more than $750,000 $1,500,000 may be used for planning and monitoring costs.
(g)$15,000,000 shall be available for the Tijuana River Border Pollution Control Project, consistent with subdivision (c) of Section 80120 of the Public Resources Code. Of this amount, not more than $1,500,000 $750,000 may be used for program delivery costs, and not more than $750,000 $1,500,000 may be used for planning and monitoring costs.

SEC. 34.

 Item 3790-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3790-101-0001—For local assistance, Department of Parks and Recreation ........................

60,570,000
57,570,000
Schedule:
(1)
2855047-Local Grants ........................

60,570,000
57,570,000
Provisions:
2.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for the following:
(a)$3,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the California Museum.
(b)$370,000 shall be available for a grant for Pico Rivera parks and recreation facilities.
(c)$1,100,000 shall be available for grants to support construction to support LGBTQ spaces in Harvey Milk Plaza and Eagle Plaza in San Francisco.
(d)$5,000,000 shall be available for a grant for A.J. Padelford Park expansion in the City of Artesia.
(e)$8,660,000 shall be available for a grant for projects in Balboa Park in the City of San Diego.
(f)$300,000 shall be available for a grant for Brook Street Park in the City of Lafayette.
(g)$1,400,000 shall be available for a grant for the Dublin Sports Grounds all-abilities playground in the City of Dublin.
(h)$4,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the East Bay Regional Park District for McCosker Creek Restoration and Public Access.
(i)$1,700,000 shall be available for a grant for Galt Walker Park Phase 2 in the City of Galt.
(j)$5,000,000 shall be available for a grant for the Liberty Station Performing Arts Building in the City of San Diego.
(k)$500,000 shall be available for a grant for the Rancho Bernardino Dog Park in the City of San Diego.
(l)$4,000,000 shall be available for a grant for ADA upgrades in Jerabek Neighborhood Park in the City of San Diego.
(m)$500,000 shall be available for a grant for Rhodes Park in the City of Los Angeles.
(n)$1,000,000 shall be available for a grant for Costa Mesa Lions Park in the City of Costa Mesa.
(o)$1,700,000 shall be available for a grant for Blufftop Path in the City of Huntington Beach.
(p)$500,000 shall be available for a grant for a sculpture garden in the City of Newport Beach.
(q)$500,000 shall be available for a grant for historic housing in the City of Buena Park.
(r)$3,000,000 shall be available for a grant for the City of Rancho Cucamonga Community Dog Park.
(s)$900,000 shall be available for a grant to the City of Colton for a museum.
(t)$20,000 shall be available for a grant to the City of Grand Terrace for a playground.
(u)$500,000 shall be available for a grant to the City of Colton for a playground.
(v)$5,000,000 shall be available for a grant for Discovery Cube in the City of Los Angeles.
(w)$5,000,000 shall be available for a grant for the Salinas Soccer Complex in the City of Salinas.
(x)$400,000 shall be available for a grant for the West Portal Playground in the City and County of San Francisco.
(y)$1,370,000 shall be available for a grant for Merced Heights Park in the City and County of San Francisco.
(z)$150,000 shall be available for a grant for the Santa Paula Boys and Girls Club for club improvements.
(aa)$5,000,000 shall be available for a grant for construction of a pool, splash pad, and mechanical needs for the Jackie Robinson Family YMCA Aquatic Center.
(bb)$500,000 shall be available for a grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Stanislaus.
(cc)$500,000 shall be available for a grant to the Boys and Girls Club of Merced.
(dd)$1,000,000 shall be available for a grant to the Little Tokyo Developmental Corporation for the Terasaki Budoken Recreation Center and Park.
3.Not more than 5 percent of the funds in subdivisions (b), (c), (d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i), (j), (k), (l), (m), (n), (o), (p), (q), (r), (s), (t), (u), (v), (w), (x), (y), (z), and (aa) (aa), (bb), (cc), and (dd) of Provision 1 2 may be used for administrative costs.

SEC. 35.

 Item 3790-101-6088 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3790-101-6088—For local assistance, Department of Parks and Recreation, payable from the California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund ........................
50,875,000
Schedule:
(1)
2855036-Recreational Grants ........................
37,000,000
(2)
2855039-Recreational Grants—​Per Capita ........................
13,875,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item subdivisions (a) and (b) of Provision 2 are available for encumbrance or expenditure for local assistance or capital outlay until June 30, 2022.
2.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for the following:
(a)
$37,000,000 shall be available for Revenue Enhancement of the Local or Regional Park Infrastructure Program, consistent with Section 80066 of the Public Resources Code.
(b)
$10,375,000 shall be available for grants to cities and districts in urbanized counties providing park and recreation services consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80061 of the Public Resources Code.
(c)
$3,500,000 shall be available for Arroyo Seco Water Reuse and Natural Stream Restoration, consistent with subdivision (b) of Section 80061 of the Public Resources Code. Not more than $175,000 of this amount may be used for program delivery costs and not more than $350,000 may be used for planning and monitoring.

SEC. 36.

 Item 3790-492 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3790-492—Reappropriation, Department of Parks and Recreation. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the periods to liquidate encumbrances of the following citations are extended as specified:
0001—General Fund
(1)Up to $1,000,000 of the amount appropriated in Item 3790-101-0001, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), until June 30, 2022
(2)Up to $1,039,000 of the amount appropriated in Item 3790-101-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), until June 30, 2020
6051—Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1)Up to $2,021,000 of the amount appropriated in Item 3790-102-6051, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), until June 30, 2021
(2)Up to $13,902,000 of the amount appropriated in Item 3790-102-6051, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), until June 30, 2020

SEC. 37.

 Item 3790-493 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3790-493—Reappropriation, Department of Parks and Recreation. The amounts specified in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provide for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020.
0001—General Fund
(1)Up to $2,000,000 of the unencumbered balance in Item 3790-101-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for a grant to the City and County of San Francisco for the Richmond Community Center
6029—California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund
(1)Up to $4,736,000 of the unencumbered balance in Item 3790-103-6029, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), as partially reverted by Item 3790-495, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), as reappropriated by Item 3790-490, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated by Item 3790-492, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015)

SEC. 38.

 Item 3790-496 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3790-496—Reversion, Department of Parks and Recreation. As of June 30, 2020, 2019, the unencumbered balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the fund balances of the funds from which the appropriations were made.
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-0001, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)0000209-Angel Island SP: Immigration Station Hospital Rehabilitation—Construction
(2)0001033-Malakoff Diggins SHP: Solar Panel Generator—Construction
0005—Safe Neighborhood Parks, Clean Water, Clean Air, and Coastal Protection Bond Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-0005, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)90.I6.101-San Elijo SB: Replace Main Lifeguard Tower—Construction and equipment
0263—Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), and as partially reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014)
(7)90.RS.419-Southern California Opportunity Purchase—Acquisition
(2)Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as partially reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013)
(5)90.7K.103-Carnegie SVRA: Road Reconstruction—Construction
(3)Item 3790-301-0263, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(4)0000754-Hollister Hills SVRA: Waterline Expansion—Working drawings and construction
0392—State Parks and Recreation Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-0392, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016)
(1)0000698-Mendocino Headlands SP: Big River Watershed Restoration—Construction
(2)Reimbursements to 0000698-Mendocino Headlands SP: Big River Watershed Restoration—Construction
(2)Item 3790-301-0392, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(2)0000764-Border Field SP: Public Use Improvements—Working drawings
(3)Item 3790-301-0392, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)0001450-Calaveras Big Trees: Caltrans Mitigation Campsite Relocation
(a)Working drawings
(2)Reimbursements to 0001450-Calaveras Big Trees: Caltrans Mitigation Campsite Relocation
(a)Working drawings
0516—Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-0516, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(2)0000230-McArthur-Burney Falls SP: Ramp and Boarding Float Replacement—Working drawings
(2)Item 3790-301-0516, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(2)0000230-McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial SP: Ramp and Boarding Float Replacement—Construction
(3)Item 3790-301-0516, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(4)0001467-Statewide: DBW Minor Program—Minor projects
6029—California Clean Water, Clean Air, Safe Neighborhood Parks, and Coastal Protection Fund
(1)Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)90.8L.101-California Indian Museum—Preliminary plans
(2)Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)0000633-Statewide: SP System Acquisition Program—Acquisition
(3)Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
(1)0000765-McGrath SB: Campground Relocation and Wetlands Restoration—Working drawings
(4)Item 3790-301-6029, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(4)0003197-Picacho SRA: Park Power System Upgrade—Study
6051—Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1)Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as partially reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015)
(1)90.CT.100-Fort Ord Dunes SP: New Campground and Beach Access—Construction
(2)90.IJ.103-Old Town San Diego SHP: Building Demolition and IPU—Construction
(2)Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(6)0000697-Torrey Pines SNR: Sewer and Utility Modernization—Preliminary plans and working drawings
(3)Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(2)0000694-Gaviota SP: Main Water Supply Upgrades—Working drawings
(3)0000696-Malibu Creek SB: New Stokes Creek Bridge—Working drawings
(4)0000915-Statewide Minor Capital Outlay Program
(4)Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3790-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3790-496, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(1)0000220-Fort Ord Dunes SP: New Campground—Construction
(3)0000912-El Capitan SB: Entrance Improvements—Working drawings
(6)0001468-Statewide: VEP Minor Program— Minor projects
(7)0000697-Torrey Pines SNR: Sewer and Utility Modernization—Working drawings
(5)Item 3790-301-6051, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(3)0001468-Statewide: VEP Minor Program—Minor projects

SEC. 39.

 Item 3860-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3860-101-0001—For local assistance, Department of Water Resources ........................

1,800,000
1,000,000
Schedule:
(1)3230-Continuing Formulation of the California Water Plan ........................
1,800,000
1,000,000
Provisions:
1.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be available for Agoura Hills stormwater treatment.
2.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $800,000 shall be available for a water system needs assessment program in the Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
3.Not more than 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this item may be used for administrative costs.

SEC. 40.

 Item 3860-301-0001 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
3860-301-0001—For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources ........................
0
Schedule:
(1)0006292-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ 146,060,000
(a)Design-build ........................ 146,060,000
(2)Reimbursements to 0006292-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ −146,060,000
(a)Design-build ........................ −146,060,000

SEC. 41.

 Item 3860-301-6083 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3860-301-6083—For capital outlay, Department of Water Resources, payable from the Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Fund of 2014 ........................

19,000,000
79,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
0000745-Systemwide Flood Risk Reduction Program ........................
19,000,000
(a)
Preliminary plans ........................
500,000
(b)
Construction ........................
8,000,000
(c)
Design-build ........................
10,500,000
(2)0006292-Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project ........................ 60,000,000
(a)Design-build ........................ 60,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for the following purposes:
(a)
$16,000,000 shall be available for Yolo Bypass Phase I Implementation.
(b)
$3,000,000 shall be available for Tisdale Weir and Bypass Program.
2.
Notwithstanding existing law, the funds appropriated in this item Schedule (1) shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.

SEC. 42.

 Item 3860-490 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3860-490—Reappropriation, Department of Water Resources. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022:
3228—Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
(1)Item 3860-001-3228, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as added in Section 19 of Chapter 1 of the Statutes of 2015, for Water-Energy Grant Program
6031—Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002
(1)Item 3860-001-6031, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(2)Item 3860-101-6031, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
6051—Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1)Item 3860-001-6051, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated in Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as partially reverted in Items 3860-495, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated in Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as partially reverted in Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2016, (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and as partially reverted in Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
(2)Item 3860-001-6051, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(3)Item 3860-101-6051, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), and as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
(4)Section 31 of Chapter 718 of the Statutes of 2010 as reappropriated in Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as partially reverted in Items 3860-496 and 3860-497, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), and as reappropriated in Items 3860-490 and 3860-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
6083—Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Fund of 2014
(1)Item 3860-001-6083, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), for San Joaquin River Restoration Project and Salton Sea Management Plan
(2)Item 3860-004-6083, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), Coastal Water Flood Risk Reduction, Central Valley Tributary Program, Delta Systemwide Flood Risk Reduction, Central Valley Systemwide Flood Risk Reduction, and Delta Levees Subventions
(3)Item 3860-101-6083, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reappropriated in Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and as reappropriated in Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), for Water Desalination Grant Program
(4)Item 3860-101-6083, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), for Disadvantaged Community Project Grants
(5)Item 3860-301-6083, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), for San Joaquin River Restoration Project and Salton Sea Management Plan
6088—California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund
(1)Item 3860-001-6088, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)

SEC. 43.

 Item 3860-495 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3860-495—Reversion, Department of Water Resources. As of June 30, 2019, the balances specified below, of the appropriations provided in the following citations shall revert to the balances in the funds from which the appropriations were made.
0001—General Fund
(1)Item 3860-301-0001, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017). Up to $8,746,000 appropriated in Project 0000287 Salton Sea Species Conservation Habitat Project
(2)Item 3860-301-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018). Up to $20,903,000 appropriated in Project 0000958 Salton Sea Management Plan
6031—Water Security, Clean Drinking Water, Coastal and Beach Protection Fund of 2002
(1)Item 3860-001-6031, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), as reappropriated by Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as reappropriated by Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as partially reverted by Item 3860-496, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 231,523
(2)Item 3860-001-6031, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), as reappropriated by Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), and as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 16,650
(3)Item 3860-001-6031, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017) ........................ 904,670
(4)Item 3860-001-6031, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 761,164
(5)Item 3860-101-6031, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016) ........................ 2,431,493
6051—Safe Drinking Water, Water Quality and Supply, Flood Control, River and Coastal Protection Fund of 2006
(1)Item 3860-001-6051, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018), and as reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 91,336
(2)Item 3860-001-6051, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 128,576
(3)Item 3860-101-6051, Budget Act of 2007 (Chs. 171 and 172, Stats. 2007), as reappropriated by Item 3860-492 and as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), as reappropriated by Item 3860-493, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), as reappropriated by Item 3860-493, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), as partially reverted by Item 3860-496, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491 and as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats 2016), and as reappropriated by Item 3860-494, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 3,053,000
(4)Item 3860-101-6051, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), as partially reappropriated by Item 3860-490, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), as partially reverted by Item 3860-495, Budget Act of 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2013 (Chs. 20 and 354, Stats. 2013), and as reappropriated by Item 3860-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017) ........................ 1,000,000
6083—Water Quality, Supply, and Infrastructure Improvement Fund of 2014
(1)Item 3860-004-6083, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017) ........................ 10,000,000
(2)Item 3860-301-6083, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016). $60,000,000 appropriated in Project 0000958-Salton Sea Management Plan
6088—California Drought, Water, Parks, Climate, Coastal Protection, and Outdoor Access For All Fund
(1)Item 3860-001-6088, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) ........................ 12,000

SEC. 44.

 Item 3900-490 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3900-490—Reappropriation, State Air Resources Board. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided for in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020:
3228—Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund
(1)Provision 2(c) 2(a) of Item 3900-101-3228, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017) 2017), as added by Chapter 254 of the Statutes of 2017

SEC. 45.

 Item 3940-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3940-101-0001—For local assistance, State Water Resources Control Board ........................

31,150,000
31,950,000
Schedule:
(1)
3560-Water Quality
........................
31,150,000
31,950,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the amounts appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be available to provide grants or contracts to address safe drinking water emergencies in disadvantaged communities and disadvantaged households, including, but not limited to, provision of interim alternate drinking water supplies including bottled or hauled water, and emergency improvements or repairs to existing water systems, such as well rehabilitation or replacement, extension of service, consolidation projects, or treatment systems.
2.
Of the amounts appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be available to cover planning costs for recovery from the 2017 and 2018 wildfires and any future wildfires.
2.5.
Of the amounts appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be available to provide emergency funding for projects to water and wastewater service providers serving disadvantaged communities for the following purposes: (1) to evaluate, address and repair the failure of critical components of drinking water or waste water systems; and (2) to fund critical operation & maintenance activities that are cost prohibitive considering the population and median household income of the community served by the system. The State Water Resources Control Board may authorize oral agreements for purposes of authorizing funding pursuant to this provision.
2.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $18,150,000 $18,950,000 shall be available for the following:
(a)$3,000,000 for City of Sanger to repair a water tank and Well 16.
(b)$1,000,000 to connect Tombstone to Sanger’s centralized water system.
(c)$2,500,000 for a new water and tertiary treatment plant for Tulare County.
(d)$1,000,000 to repair water systems in Fresno and Tulare Counties to improve access to water in cities like Orosi and Del Rey.
(e)$1,500,000 for the Selma Storm Drain Project, Selma Rockwell Pond Groundwater Recharge Project, and the Selma Branch Canal Multi-Use Trail.
(f)$1,000,000 to replace Water Well #21 in the City of Dinuba.
(g)$2,500,000 to bring communities into compliance with safe drinking water standards and remove arsenic from water in communities like Alpaugh in Tulare County and Arvin in Kern County.
(h)$2,500,000 to continue funding for the placement and filing filling of temporary water tanks for households that have lost their water supply because of a dry well.
(i)$2,650,000 to the County of Ventura Waterworks District No. 19 for Well No. 2 iron and manganese treatment.
(j)$500,000 to the City of Avalon for fuel tank replacement.
(k)$800,000 shall be available for a water system needs assessment program in the Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
3.
Not more than 5 percent of the amount appropriated in this item may be used for administrative costs of these programs.
4.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2021.
5.The State Water Resources Control Board may adopt guidelines to implement this item. Those guidelines are not subject to Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code.
6.Contracts entered into under this section are exempt from Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 10290) of Part 2 of Division 2 of the Public Contract Code, and the board may award those contracts on a noncompetitive bid basis as necessary to implement the purposes of this item.

SEC. 46.

 Item 3960-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3960-001-0001—For support of Department of Toxic Substances Control ........................
10,073,000
Schedule:
(1)
3620011-Other Site Mitigation Activities ........................
9,964,000
(2)
3625-Hazardous Waste Management ........................
78,000
(3)
3630-Safer Consumer Products ........................
31,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the amount appropriated in Program 3620011-Other Site Mitigation Activities, $2,602,000 shall be used for the purposes of emergency response activity pursuant to Section 25354 of the Health and Safety Code, in lieu of the appropriation made pursuant to that section.
2.

Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $744,000 shall be available for the operations related to the cleanup of hazardous substances and controlled substances found at illegal drug labs closed down by either the federal Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement, the state Department of Justice, or local law enforcement agencies.

3.
The amount appropriated in Program 3620011-Other Site Mitigation Activities includes $6,520,000 for emergency response activities at the BKK Landfill. This appropriation is subject to the condition that, to the extent that funds are expended for purposes for which any private or public entity is or may be held financially liable, the Department of Toxic Substances Control shall take all reasonable actions to recover the amount of that expenditure from one or more of those entities, and that the amounts so recovered be paid to the General Fund in reimbursement of the amount of that expenditure. Additionally, those recovered funds shall be spent before funds from the General Fund, consistent with the language in any settlement agreements between the department and the potentially responsible parties.
4.
As of June 30, 2020, or earlier, any unexpended funds in Provision 3 shall revert to the General Fund if the Director of Toxic Substances Control and the Director of Finance agree that sufficient funds have been provided by the other potentially responsible parties.
5.
The Director of Toxic Substances Control shall send a letter notifying the chairpersons of the fiscal committees of each house of the Legislature that act on the department’s budget and the Legislative Analyst’s Office within 30 days of receiving any moneys from potentially responsible parties for the BKK Landfill.

SEC. 47.

 Item 3970-001-0133 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
3970-001-0133—For support of Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery, payable from the California Beverage Container Recycling Fund ........................
55,589,000
Schedule:
(1)
3700-Waste Reduction and Management ........................

96,000
0
(2)
3715-Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction ........................

55,587,000
55,683,000
(3)
9900100-Administration ........................
18,030,000
(4)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−18,030,000
(5)
Reimbursements to 3715-Beverage Container Recycling and Litter Reduction ........................
−94,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, upon approval and order of the Department of Finance, the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery may borrow sufficient funds for cashflow needs from special funds that otherwise provide support for the department. Any such loans are to be repaid with interest at the rate earned in the Pooled Money Investment Account.
2.
Upon the order of the Department of Finance, the Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery may borrow sufficient funds from the General Fund for cashflow needs of the Beverage Container Recycling Fund. A cashflow loan made pursuant to this provision shall be short term and shall not constitute General Fund expenditures. A cashflow loan and the repayment of a cashflow loan shall not affect the General Fund reserve. Interest shall be charged at the rate earned by moneys in the Pooled Money Investment Account.

SEC. 48.

 Item 4140-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4140-101-0001—For local assistance, Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development ........................
118,333,000
Schedule:
(1)
3835-Health Care Workforce ........................
118,333,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $18,667,000 is available to fund grant awards for existing primary care residency slots, up to $3,333,000 is available to fund new primary care residency slots at existing residency programs, and up to $5,667,000 is available to fund primary care residency slots for existing teaching health centers under the Song-Brown Health Care Workforce Training Act (Article 1 (commencing with Section 128200) of Chapter 4 of Part 3 of Division 107 of the Health and Safety Code). Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $3,333,000 is available to fund newly accredited primary care residency programs and, as of June 30, 2022, unspent amounts may be redirected to fund new residency slots at existing programs if newly accredited primary care residency programs have not been established. Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $333,000 is available for the State Loan Repayment Program.
2.
The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of expenditure authority between this item and Item 4140-001-0001 to effectively administer the programs funded in these items.
3.
The funds appropriated in this item shall continue to be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2025.
4.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $47,350,000 is available to support mental health workforce development programs. Of the funds provided in this provision, $1,000,000 shall be allocated to fund grants to repay educational loans for applicants who meet all of the following requirements:
(a)Commit to provide direct patient care in a publicly funded facility or a mental health professional shortage area for at least 24 months.
(b)Are marriage and family therapists, associate marriage and family therapists, licensed clinical social workers, associate clinical social workers, licensed professional clinical counselors, or associate professional clinical counselors.
(c)Were formerly in California’s foster youth care system.
5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $2,000,000 is available to fund grant awards for pediatric residency slots. to support pediatric primary care residency slots at children’s hospitals as defined in Section 10727 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. The funds shall be distributed equally among all eligible children’s hospitals. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2025.
6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $2,650,000 is available to fund scholarships for primary care and emergency physicians providers receiving Primary Care Clinician Psychiatry Fellowships from either the University of California at Davis Medical School or the University of California at Irvine Medical School.
7.Individual scholarships provided pursuant to Provision 6 shall be equal to the amount of tuition or charge for participation in the fellowship program and shall only be available to physicians providers demonstrating that their practices are in medically underserved areas and who are serving medically underserved populations, as defined in Section 128552 of the Health and Safety Code, and whose practices fall into the definition of practice setting, as defined in Section 128552 of the Health and Safety Code.
8.The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of up to $133,000 of expenditure authority specified in Provision 6 to Item 4140-001-0001 to administer the scholarship program in that provision.
9.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $35,000,000 is available to implement the 2020-2025 Workforce Education and Training (WET) Five-Year Plan to address workforce shortages in the state’s public mental health system. In awarding the funds, priority shall be given to professions and regions with identified shortages. This amount is available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2026.
10.The Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development may partner with Regional Partnerships to implement Workforce Education and Training (WET) programs. Prior to expenditure of these funds, the office shall require the Regional Partnerships to provide a 33 percent match of local funds to support the WET programs identified in the 2020-2025 WET Five-Year Plan.
11.The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of expenditure authority specified in Provision 9 to Item 4140-001-0001 to administer the Workforce Education and Training (WET) program. Any amounts transferred shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2026.

SEC. 49.

 Item 4170-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4170-101-0001—For local assistance, California Department of Aging ........................
78,138,000
Schedule:
(1)
3890-Nutrition ........................
29,487,000
(2)
3900-Supportive Services ........................
17,366,000
(3)
3905-Community-Based Programs and Projects ........................
4,493,000
(4)
3910-Medi-Cal Programs ........................
35,032,000
(5)
Reimbursements to 3890-Nutrition ........................
−3,681,000
(6)
Reimbursements to 3900-Supportive Services ........................
−66,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 3905-Community-Based Programs and Projects ........................
−4,493,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding Section 26.00, the Department of Finance, upon notification by the California Department of Aging, may authorize transfers between Program 3890-Nutrition and Program 3900-Supportive Services in response to budget revisions submitted by the area agencies on aging.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, the Controller shall, upon enactment of this act, reimburse the amount specified in Program 3910-Medi-Cal Programs to the State Department of Health Care Services for support of the Multipurpose Senior Services Program.
3.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (4), $14,800,000 shall be used to support three years of supplemental provider payments for the Multipurpose Senior Services Program, to the extent that federal financial participation is available and the State Department of Health Care Services obtains any necessary federal approvals. This amount shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2023, and shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2024. The State Department of Health Care Services shall develop the structure and parameters of the supplemental payments pursuant to this item.
4.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $4,600,000 shall be used to provide grants to area agencies on aging for injury prevention information, education, and referral services. The grants shall also be used for injury prevention equipment, injury prevention assessments, services, materials, and labor costs for older adults or individuals with a disability whose adjusted household income does not exceed 80 percent of the area median income and who are at risk of falling or institutionalization. This amount shall be available for encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2021, and shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2022.
5.(a)Of the funds Notwithstanding any other law, of the amount appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be awarded as grants by the California Department of Aging available to the department for the purposes of allocation to the Poway Senior Center for the purpose of purchasing new equipment. as a grant for support of the center. As a condition of receiving these funds, the Poway Senior Center shall provide a report to the department describing how funds are used.
(b)Of the funds Notwithstanding any other law, of the amount appropriated in this item, $450,000 shall be awarded as grants by the California Department of Aging available to the department for the purposes of allocation to the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center for the purpose of completing the construction of a new center. as a grant for support of the center. As a condition of receiving these funds, the Santa Clarita Valley Senior Center shall provide a report to the department describing how funds are used.
(c)Notwithstanding any other law, grants awarded pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
6.(a)Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $17,500,000 is to augment the Senior Nutrition program. This augmentation shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code, contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.

SEC. 50.

 Item 4260-001-3305 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4260-001-3305—For support of State Department of Health Care Services, payable from the Healthcare Treatment Fund ........................
1,500,000
Schedule:
(1)
3960-Health Care Services ........................
1,500,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item are available for expenditure pursuant to subdivision (a) of Section 30130.55 of the Revenue and Taxation Code. The Legislature finds and declares that the expenditures are made in accordance with the California Healthcare, Research and Prevention Tobacco Tax Act of 2016 (Proposition 56). The funds appropriated in this item are for the implementation of Proposition 56 payments pursuant to Item 4260-101-3305. 4260-103-3305.

SEC. 51.

 Item 4300-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4300-001-0001—For support of State Department of Developmental Services ........................
324,791,000
Schedule:
(1)
4145046-State-Operated Residential and Community Services ........................
305,661,000
(2)
4149001-Program Administration ........................
88,911,000
(3)
Reimbursements to 4145046-State- Operated Residential and Community Services ........................
−40,287,000
(4)
Reimbursements to 4149001-Program Administration ........................
−29,494,000
Provisions:
1.
The General Fund shall make a loan available to the State Department of Developmental Services not to exceed a cumulative total of $30,000,000. The loan funds shall be transferred to this item as needed to meet cashflow needs due to delays in collecting reimbursements from the Health Care Deposit Fund, and are subject to the repayment provisions in Section 16351 of the Government Code.
2.
The State Department of Developmental Services may promulgate regulations specifically for implementing proposals to increase federal funding to the state. Notwithstanding any other law, such regulations shall be deemed emergency regulations necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health and safety, or general welfare for purposes of subdivision (b) of Section 11346.1 of the Government Code.
3.
The Department of Finance may authorize a transfer of up to $2,800,000 to this item from Item 4300-101-0001 in order to effectively administer the Self-Determination Program. The Director of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the transfer, including the amount transferred, how the amount transferred was determined, and how the amount transferred will be utilized not less than 30 days before the effective date of the approval.
4.
Upon order of the Department of Finance, the Controller shall transfer such funds as are necessary between this item and Item 4300-101-0001. Within 10 working days after approval of a transfer as authorized by this provision, the Department of Finance shall notify the chairpersons of the fiscal committees in each house of the Legislature and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee of the transfer, including the amount transferred, how the amount transferred was determined, and how the amount transferred will be utilized.
5.
The State Department of Developmental Services (DDS) shall notify the chairperson of each fiscal committee and policy committee of each house of the Legislature of specific outcomes resulting from citations and the results of annual surveys conducted by the State Department of Public Health, as well as findings of any other governmental agency authorized to conduct investigations or surveys of state developmental centers. DDS shall forward the notifications, including a copy of the specific findings, to the chairpersons of the committees within 10 working days of its receipt of these findings. DDS also shall forward these findings, within three working days of submission, to the appropriate investigating agency. In addition, DDS shall provide notification to the chairpersons of the committees, within three working days, of its receipt of information concerning any investigation initiated by the United States Department of Justice and the private nonprofit corporation designated by the Governor pursuant to Division 4.7 (commencing with Section 4900) of the Welfare and Institutions Code or concerning any findings or recommendations resulting from any of these investigations.
6.
The State Department of Developmental Services shall provide the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the appropriate legislative budget and policy committees, within five days of receipt, a copy of any communication from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services regarding federal Medicaid funding for any developmental center relative to the eligibility status of developmental center residents or certification status of any housing unit. The notice shall include the amount of federal Medicaid funding that must be repaid as a result of decertification.
7.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,000,000 $2,500,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
8.The resources provided for the State Department of Developmental Services’ headquarters reorganization included as part of this item are intended toward system improvements and progress on key indicators, as specified in Section 4519.2 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
9.Notwithstanding any other law, contracts to procure document imaging or archival services related to relocation of the State Department of Developmental Services’ headquarters shall be exempt from the requirements of Section 19130 of the Government Code and from Department of General Services and Department of Technology review and delegation limits.
10.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $2,982,000 shall be used to support the State Department of Developmental Services’ project planning activities related to the department’s Federal Claims Reimbursement System Project. As part of the planning process, the department shall provide information about the estimated cost, schedule, and scope of the project in the 2020–21 Governor’s Budget.
11.In conducting assessments of providers and programs as required by federal Home and Community-Based Service final rules, the State Department of Developmental Services shall include consumer input. Of the funds identified in Schedule (2), $1,776,000 shall be used by the department to work with a contractor for the completion of onsite assessments. The department and contractor may use a portion of the funds to conduct interviews with consumers. Teams conducting onsite assessments shall make reasonable attempts to include at least one consumers consumer or consumer advocate. Onsite assessments shall be conducted with every provider that fails to complete a self-assessment. The department may seek input from the State Council on Developmental Disabilities, Disability Rights California, the University Centers for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities, and other stakeholders as necessary about appropriate ways to gather and assess consumer input.

SEC. 52.

 Item 4440-011-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4440-011-0001—For support of State Department of State Hospitals ........................
1,767,599,000
Schedule:
(1)
4400-Administration ........................
155,176,000
(2)
4410-State Hospitals ........................
1,639,944,000
(3)
4420-Conditional Release Program ........................
42,955,000
(4)
4430-Contracted Patient Services ........................
77,089,000
(5)
4440-Evaluation and Forensic Services ........................
22,868,000
(6)
Reimbursements to 4400-Administration ........................
−3,412,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 4410-State Hospitals ........................
−167,021,000
Provisions:
1.
The reimbursements shall include amounts received in Schedule (7) by the State Department of State Hospitals as a result of billing state hospital bed day expenditures attributable to conservatees who are gravely disabled as defined in subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (h) of Section 5008 of the Welfare and Institutions Code (Murphy Conservatee).
2.
The Controller shall transfer the total amount attributable in the 2019–20 fiscal year to patient-generated collections as revenue to the General Fund.
3.
Notwithstanding any other law, funds appropriated to accommodate projected hospital population levels in excess of those that actually materialize, if any, shall revert to the General Fund. However, the Department of Finance may approve an increase in expenditures that are not related to caseload for the state hospitals through the redirection of funding that is reasonably believed not to be needed for accommodating projected hospital population levels if the approval is made in writing and filed with the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee and the chairpersons of the committees of each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations not later than 30 days prior to the effective date of the approval, or prior to whatever lesser time the chairperson of the joint committee, or the chairperson’s designee, may in each instance determine. All notifications shall include (a) the reason for the proposed redirection of caseload funding to expenditures that are not related to caseload, (b) the approved amount, and (c) the basis of the Director of Finance’s determination that the funding is not needed for accommodating projected hospital population levels.
4.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, and until the 2021–22 fiscal year, $250,000 shall be used for candidates participating in psychiatric technician assistant 20/20 training programs, subject to the terms and conditions in the Memorandum of Understanding with Bargaining Unit 18 that were agreed upon on June 16, 2010, and renewed July 1, 2013.
5.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (3) shall be used to provide community services as provided in Section 4360 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. These funds shall support direct community services, as well as administrative and ancillary services related to the provision of direct services.
6.
The State Department of State Hospitals shall provide forensic conditional release services mandated either in Title 15 (commencing with Section 1600) of Part 2 of the Penal Code or in Article 4 (commencing with Section 2960) of Chapter 7 of Title 1 of Part 3 of the Penal Code, through contracts with programs which integrate the supervision and treatment roles and providers selected consistent with Section 1615 of the Penal Code.
7.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), it is intended that funds shall not be available for the payment of treatment services to persons on court visit from state hospitals to the community as designated in subdivision (a) of Section 4117 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
8.
Upon approval of the State Department of State Hospitals, a portion of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2) shall be available to reimburse counties for the cost of treatment and legal services to patients in the five state hospitals, pursuant to Section 4117 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. Expenditures made under this item shall be charged to either the fiscal year in which the claim is received or the fiscal year in which the Controller issues the warrant. Claims filed by local jurisdictions for legal services may be scheduled by the Controller for payment.
9.
The Director of the State Department of State Hospitals shall submit, as part of the annual Governor’s Budget and May Revision estimate, each institution’s expenditures for its approved allotments. If any institution’s expenditures are trending above the allotments provided to it, the Director of the State Department of State Hospitals shall detail the reasons why the institution is spending at a level above its allotments and list the actions the department is undertaking in order to align expenditures with approved allotments. The report shall contain a yearend summary and an operating budget for each of the institutions under the control of the State Department of State Hospitals. Specifically, the report shall include all of the following:
(a)
The yearend expenditures by line-item detail for each institution.
(b)
The budgeted amounts for each institution in the past year, current year, and budget year, and past year actual, projected current, and budget year expenditures for each institution including staffing, overtime, benefits, registry, and operating expenses.
(c)
The number of authorized and vacant positions for each institution.
(d)
The number of authorized and vacant positions for each institution specific to: (1) psychiatric technicians, (2) nurses, (3) physicians, (4) psychiatrists, (5) social workers, and (6) rehabilitation therapists.
(e)
The number of positions in the temporary help blanket for each institution.
10.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2), $35,000,000 $15,000,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
11.Notwithstanding any other law, contracts to procure document imaging or archival services related to relocation of the department’s headquarters shall be exempt from the requirements of Section 19130 of the Government Code, and from Department of General Services and Department of Technology review and delegation limits.
12.The State Department of State Hospitals shall provide a status update on the recruitment and retention of hospital police officers, to be included in the department’s 2020–21 Governor’s Budget estimate and subsequent May Revision estimate. The update shall include the number of authorized and vacant positions for each hospital, the actual attrition rate for the 2019–20 fiscal year, the projected attrition rate for the 2020–21 fiscal year, and the rate of success pertaining to the number of hospital police officer cadet graduates of the OPS Police Academy.

SEC. 53.

 Item 4560-001-3085 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4560-001-3085—For support of Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, payable from the Mental Health Services Fund ........................

16,852,000
18,981,000
Schedule:
(1)
4170-Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission ........................

16,852,000
18,981,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $548,000 shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2023 to support the Early Psychosis Intervention Plus Program of Part 3.4 (commencing with Section 5835) of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $411,000 is available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022 to support youth drop-in centers.
3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $1,170,000 is to support the Mental Health Student Services Act in Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5886) of Part 4 of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.

SEC. 54.

 Item 4560-101-3085 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
4560-101-3085—For local assistance, Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission, payable from the Mental Health Services Fund ........................

105,000,000
102,871,000
Schedule:
(1)
4170-Mental Health Services Oversight and Accountability Commission ........................

105,000,000
102,871,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding any other law, of the amount available for expenditure in Schedule (1), $20,000,000 is available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $50,000,000 $48,830,000 shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2024, to support the Mental Health Student Services Act in Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 5886) of Part 4 of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $19,452,000 shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2023 to support the Early Psychosis Intervention Plus Program of Part 3.4 (commencing with Section 5835) of Division 5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
4.Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $14,589,000 shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022 to support youth drop-in centers that provide integrated mental health services for individuals between 12 and 25 years of age and their families, with a with a focus on vulnerable and marginalized youth and disparity populations including, but not limited to, LGBTQ, homeless, and indigenous youth. The commission shall develop selection criteria, which may include the following: (1) a description of need, including potential gaps in local services; (2) ability to measure key outcomes; (3) ability to obtain federal Medicaid program reimbursement when applicable; (4) ability to leverage private funding; and (5) level of community and youth engagement in the project. The commission shall develop a strategy for monitoring implementation of the program, providing technical assistance to awardees, and evaluating project outcomes. Funds may be used to supplement, but not supplant, local funding for youth drop-in centers.

SEC. 55.

 Item 5180-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5180-101-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Social Services ........................

1,165,523,000
1,168,001,000
Schedule:
(1)
4270010-CalWORKs ........................
726,708,000
(2)
4270019-Other Assistance Payments ........................

439,084,000
441,562,000
(3)
Reimbursements to 4270010-CalWORKs ........................
−269,000
Provisions:
1.(a)
Funds appropriated in this item shall not be encumbered unless every rule or regulation adopted and every all-county letter issued by the State Department of Social Services that adds to the costs of any program is approved by the Department of Finance as to the availability of funds before it becomes effective. In making the determination as to availability of funds to meet the expenditures of a rule, regulation, or all-county letter that would increase the costs of a program, the Department of Finance shall consider the amount of the proposed increase on an annualized basis, the effect the change would have on the expenditure limitations for the program set forth in this act, the extent to which the rule, regulation, or all-county letter constitutes a deviation from the premises under which the expenditure limitations were prepared, and any additional factors relating to the fiscal integrity of the program or the state’s fiscal situation.
(b)
Notwithstanding Sections 28.00 and 28.50, the availability of funds contained in this item for rules, regulations, or all-county letters that add to program costs funded from the General Fund in excess of $500,000 on an annual basis, including those that are the result of a federal regulation, but excluding those that are (1) specifically required as a result of the enactment of a federal or state law or (2) included in the appropriation made by this act, shall not be approved by the Department of Finance sooner than 30 days after notification in writing to the chairpersons of the committees in each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or sooner than such lesser time after notification as the chairperson of the joint committee, or the chairperson’s designee, may in each instance determine.
2.
Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, a loan not to exceed $500,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund, from funds not otherwise appropriated, to: (a) cover the costs of a program or programs when the federal funds have not been received or funds in any subaccount within the Local Revenue Fund have not been deposited prior to the usual time for the state to transmit payment to the counties or (b) ensure cash disbursement needs in this item are met when abatements have not yet posted in time for disbursement. For this purpose, the Department of Finance may authorize an augmentation to this item to ensure cash disbursement requirements are met. This loan from the General Fund shall be repaid when the federal funds or the funds for any subaccounts within the Local Revenue Fund for the program or programs becomes available.
3.
The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of amounts from this item to Item 5180-001-0001 in order to fund the costs of the administrative hearing process associated with the CalWORKs program.
4.(a)
The Department of Finance is authorized to approve expenditures in those amounts made necessary by changes in either caseload or payments, including, but not limited to, the timing of federal payments, or any rule or regulation adopted and any all-county letter issued as a result of the enactment of a federal or state law, the adoption of a federal regulation, or a court action, during the 2019–20 fiscal year that are within or in excess of amounts appropriated in this act for that year.
(b)
If the Department of Finance determines that the estimate of expenditures will exceed the expenditures authorized for this item, the department shall so report to the Legislature. At the time the report is made, the amount of the appropriation made in this item shall be increased by the amount of the excess unless and until otherwise provided by law.
5.
Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been budgeted to meet the state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) shall not be expended in any way that would cause their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance-of-effort expenditure.
6.
In the event of a declared disaster and upon county request, the State Department of Social Services may act in the place of any county and assume direct responsibility for the administration of eligibility and grant determination. Upon recommendation of the Director of Social Services, the Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds from this item and Item 5180-101-0890 to Items 5180-001-0001 and 5180-001-0890, for this purpose.
7.
Pursuant to the Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Act (Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 10065) of Part 1 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code) and in accordance with the EBT System regulations (Manual of Policies and Procedures Section 16-401.15), in the event a county fails to reimburse the EBT contractor for settlement of EBT transactions made against the county’s cash assistance programs, the state is required to pay the contractor. The State Department of Social Services may use funds from this item to reimburse the EBT contractor for settlement on behalf of the county. The county shall be required to reimburse the department for the county’s settlement via direct payment or administrative offset.
8.
The Department of Finance is authorized to approve expenditures for the California Food Assistance Program in those amounts made necessary by changes in the CalFresh Program Standard Utility Allowance, including those that result from midyear Standard Utility Allowance adjustments requested by the state. If the Department of Finance determines that the estimate of expenditures will exceed the expenditure authority of this item, the department shall so report to the Legislature. At the time the report is made, the amount of the appropriation made in this item shall be increased by the amount of the excess unless and until otherwise provided by law.
9.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $95,000,000 shall be available for housing supports for those families in receipt of CalWORKs for whom homelessness or housing instability is a barrier to self-sufficiency or child well-being pursuant to Section 11330.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.
10.
Provision 5 of Item 5180-101-0890 also applies to this item.
1111.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,900,000 $8,378,000 is to augment the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program. This augmentation shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this augmentation if the suspension takes effect.

SEC. 56.

 Item 5180-151-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5180-151-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Social Services ........................

467,973,000
465,273,000
Schedule:
(1)
4275019-Children and Adult Services and Licensing ........................

642,105,000
639,405,000
(2)
4275028-Special Programs ........................
174,474,000
(3)
Reimbursements to 4275019-Children and Adult Services and Licensing ........................
−348,606,000
Provisions:
1.
Provision 1 of Item 5180-101-0001 also applies to this item.
2.
Notwithstanding Chapter 1 (commencing with Section 18000) of Part 6 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and pursuant to Section 30029.8 of the Government Code, a loan not to exceed $50,000,000 shall be made available from the General Fund, from funds not otherwise appropriated, to cover the federal share or reimbursable share, or both, of costs of a program or programs when the federal funds or reimbursements have not been received by this state prior to the usual time for transmitting state payments for the federal or reimbursable share of costs. The loan from the General Fund shall be repaid when the federal or reimbursable share of costs for the program or programs becomes available.
3.
The Department of Finance may authorize the establishment of positions and transfer of amounts from this item to Item 5180-001-0001, in order to allow the state to perform the facilities evaluation function of Community Care Licensing in the event the counties fail to perform that function.
4.
Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item that have been budgeted to meet the state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) shall not be expended in any way that would cause their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance-of-effort expenditure.
5.
The Department of Finance may authorize the establishment of positions and transfer of amounts from this item to Item 5180-001-0001 in order to allow the state to perform the adoptions function in the event that a county notifies the State Department of Social Services that it intends to cease performing that function.
6.
Funds appropriated in this item for the Commercially Sexually Exploited Children Program required by Chapter 5.2 (commencing with Section 16524.6) of Part 4 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code shall be appropriately reduced by the Department of Finance to the extent any activities for which funding is included are also required by the Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act (P.L. 113-183).
7.
Provision 2 of Item 5180-151-0890 also applies to this item.
8.
Funds appropriated in this item for legal services to unaccompanied undocumented minors and for immigration services in accordance with Chapter 5.6 (commencing with Section 13300) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2025.
9.
Of the total amount appropriated in this item, up to $4,000,000 shall be available for a county-optional block grant program, for allocation to local agencies to fund activities the Commission on State Mandates identified as reimbursable state mandates in the Interagency Child Abuse and Neglect Investigation Reports (CSM-00-TC-22) mandate. A local agency that receives funding according to this item shall not be eligible to submit claims to the Controller for reimbursement under Section 17560 of the Government Code for any costs related to the reimbursable state-mandated activities identified in CSM-00-TC-22 incurred in the same fiscal year during which the local agency received funding according to this item. The State Department of Social Services, in consultation with the California State Association of Counties, shall develop an allocation methodology for the purpose of distributing these funds to participating counties. Block grant funding apportioned according to this item is subject to annual financial and compliance audits.
11.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $13,000,000 is for the support of activities related to the Child Welfare Services-California Automated Response and Engagement System (CWS-CARES) project. Expenditure of these funds is contingent upon approval of project documents by the Department of Finance and the Department of Technology. This amount may be increased by the Department of Finance, up to a maximum of $5,000,000 during the 2019–20 fiscal year, upon approval of revised project documents. Such an increase shall only be used to support an acceleration of planned project activities and shall not be used to increase total project costs. Any such increase shall be authorized no less than 10 calendar days following written notification to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or a lesser period if requested by the department and approved by the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or the chairperson’s designee.
(b)
The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds appropriated for the CWS-CARES project in Schedule (1) to Item 5180-001-0001, for project-related activities, including, but not limited to, necessary personal services expenditures, interagency agreements, and contracts.
(c)
The State Department of Social Services, in coordination with other state entities and counties involved in the CWS-CARES project efforts, shall (1) provide stakeholders, counties, and the Legislature with monthly project status reports, including newly executed contracts, their purpose, and cost and (2) convene a regularly scheduled quarterly forum to provide project updates to stakeholders and legislative staff. The forums shall include updates on the progress of project development and implementation, expenditures incurred to date, significant issues and risks overcome in the prior quarter and presently being addressed, and upcoming project milestones and significant events.
12.
The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds appropriated in this item for activities related to implementation of the Resource Family Approval Program to Item 5180-001-0001 in order for the State Department of Social Services to perform these activities on behalf of counties. Funds shall only be transferred pursuant to this provision after consultation with the County Welfare Directors Association of California and consistent with written notification from the county or counties of the amount of funding to be transferred.
13.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Department of Finance may authorize a loan from the General Fund to this item for cashflow purposes in an amount not to exceed $15,673,000 subject to the following conditions:
(a)
The loan is to meet cashflow needs resulting from the delay in receipt of reimbursements to cover the county share of costs of the Private Adoption Agency Reimbursement Program.
(b)
The loan is short term, and shall be repaid once sufficient reimbursement is available, but no later than 90 days following that in which the loan was authorized.
(c)
Notwithstanding any other law, if reimbursements are not received by the 90th day following the authorization of the loan, the department shall withhold county funding in this item to pay back the General Fund.
(d)
Interest charges may be waived pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 16314 of the Government Code.
14.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $7,000,000 shall be available for contracts under the authority of Chapter 5.6 (commencing with Section 13300) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code with organizations qualified pursuant to that chapter, to provide legal services to persons on California State University campuses. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022, and liquidation until June 30, 2025. Use of these funds shall be reported in updates provided to the Legislature on the State Department of Social Services’ immigration programs.
15.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be available for legal services pursuant to Chapter 5.6 (commencing with Section 13300) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, for, but not limited to, unaccompanied undocumented minors and other minors in removal proceedings, and current or past beneficiaries of federal temporary protected status, to be allocated at the discretion of the State Department of Social Services. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022, and liquidation until June 30, 2025. Use of these funds shall be reported in updates provided to the Legislature on the department’s immigration programs.
16.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, the State Department of Social Services shall allocate $20,000,000 in grants to existing Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) providers under contract with the department or Feeding America members located in California, or both. The grants shall support one-time capacity needs of the emergency food delivery system, including, but not limited to, capital investments needed to support the collection, storage, distribution, and other systems required to adequately serve the food insecurity needs of California. The acquisition of real property or external facility expansion shall be ineligible for this funding. Up to 10 percent of funds allocated for these grants may be used by the department, at its discretion, to procure and provide statewide system upgrades to improve the efficiency of the provider network’s food distribution, ordering, tracking, and reporting processes. Notwithstanding any other law, the department shall establish an application process for these grants, which shall be exempt from the requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services. The department may, at its sole discretion, provide up to 50 percent of a grant award as cash in advance of actual purchases made by a grantee.
17.
The Department of Finance may increase the expenditure authority in this item to support unanticipated costs related to the federal Family First Prevention Services Act, subject to documentation provided by the State Department of Social Services explaining the need for the resources.
18.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $25,000,000 shall be available for the Housing and Disability Advocacy Program to increase participation among homeless persons with disabilities who may be eligible for disability benefits programs pursuant to Section 18999.1 of the Welfare and Institutions Code.
19.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is provided for either or both of the following:
(1)Mental health assessments in support of applications for immigration remedies, such as asylum seekers and applicants for T visas, U visas, and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.
(2)Navigation services to connect with existing services that support reunification and post-placement needs of undocumented minors arriving unaccompanied, including “unaccompanied alien children” as defined in Section 279 (g)(2) of Title 6 of the United States Code, their sponsors, and the sponsor’s family members.
(b)The State Department of Social Services shall allocate funding available pursuant to this provision to qualified nonprofit providers or school districts, as determined by the department.
(c)In accordance with Section 1621(d) of Title 8 of the United States Code, this provision provides services for undocumented persons.
(d)Funds allocated in subdivision (a) may be used to conduct a formal evaluation of the services provided for in subdivision (a).
(e)Notwithstanding any other law, the funding available under this provision shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022, and for liquidation until June 30, 2025.
20.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 shall be awarded in the 2019–20 fiscal year, $4,000,000 shall be awarded in the 2020–21 fiscal year, and $4,000,000 shall be awarded in the 2021–22 fiscal year as grants by the State Department of Social Services to the Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center and the Dolores Huerta Foundation for the following purposes:
(1)Opportunities for young people to acquire leadership and academic skills.
(2)Participation in meaningful civic engagement, public speaking, and cultural leadership exchanges.
(3)Statewide dissemination of the benefits and merits of youth civic engagement and nonviolence, and information to support youth participation in regional events, community, and public benefit settings.
(4)Training or opportunities for young people to secure internships and employment opportunities.
(b)Funds appropriated for each fiscal year shall be available for liquidation until June 30, 2022, June 30, 2023, and June 30, 2024, respectively.
(c)Notwithstanding any other law, grants awarded pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
21.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be awarded as grants by the State Department of Social Services to the Inland Congregations United for Change to address civic engagement disparities for low-income highly vulnerable youth and families.
(b)Notwithstanding any other law, grants awarded pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
22.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $5,750,000 shall be available for Adult Protective Services training. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
23.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $9,694,000 $24,388,000 shall be available for the Bringing Families Home program pursuant to Section 16523.1 of the Welfare and Institutions Code. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
24.(a)Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2), $24,325,000 shall be available for the Rapid Response Program pursuant to Section 13401 of the Welfare and Institutions Code to provide contracts or grants to entities, including, but not limited to, nonprofit organizations, that provide critical assistance to immigrants during emergent situations when federal funding is not available to support such assistance. This funding shall be available for any costs incurred by entities during the 2018–19 through 2021–22 fiscal years. This funding shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
(b)The Department of Finance may authorize the transfer of funds from Schedule (2) of this item to any General Fund item of appropriation in order for state entities to provide contracts or grants to entities, including, but not limited to, nonprofit organizations, that provide critical assistance to immigrants during emergent situations when federal funding is not available to support such assistance. Within 30 days of making any adjustments to a General Fund item of appropriation, the Department of Finance shall report the adjustments in writing to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
25.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 shall be available to the State Department of Social Services for the purposes of allocation to the Special Olympics as a grant. The Special Olympics shall spend the moneys provided through the contract no later than June 30, 2022.
(b)Notwithstanding any other law, the allocation pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
26.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,700,000 shall be available to the State Department of Social Services for the purposes of allocation to the Orange County Food Bank as grants to provide diapers to low-income families with infants or toddlers.
(b)The Orange County Food Bank shall spend the moneys provided through the contract by no later than June 30, 2022.
(c)Notwithstanding any other law, allocations pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
27.(a)Notwithstanding any other law, of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 shall be available to the State Department of Social Services for purposes of allocation to the Elk Grove Food Bank as a grant for support of the food bank. As a condition of receiving these funds, the Elk Grove Food Bank shall provide semi-annual reports to the department describing how funds are used.
(b)The Elk Grove Food Bank shall spend the moneys provided through the contract no later than June 30, 2021.
(c)Notwithstanding any other law, allocations pursuant to this provision shall be exempt from the personal services contracting requirements of Article 4 (commencing with Section 19130) of Chapter 5 of Part 2 of Division 5 of Title 2 of the Government Code, and from the Public Contract Code and the State Contracting Manual, and shall not be subject to the approval of the Department of General Services.
28.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $2,700,000 is to augment the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program. This augmentation shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code, contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.
28.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,700,000 shall be available for the purpose of funding legal fellowships for persons who provide services, including removal defense services, pursuant to Chapter 5.6 (commencing with Section 13300) of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Welfare and Institutions Code, in rural and underserved regions of California. For purposes of this funding, the State Department of Social Services may establish separate criteria to award grants or contracts to nonprofit entities to provide fellowship recruitment and placement, coordination, mentorship, and other activities that support the supervision and delivery of legal services. These funds shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022, and liquidation until June 30, 2025. Use of these funds shall be reported in updates provided to the Legislature on the department’s immigration programs.

SEC. 57.

 Item 5180-153-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5180-153-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Social Services ........................

40,375,000
40,597,000
Schedule:
(1)
4280-Title IV-E Waiver ........................

40,375,000
40,597,000
Provisions:
1.
Provisions 6 and 7 of Item 5180-151-0001 also apply to this item.
2.
Provision 1 of Item 5180-153-0890 also applies to this item.
3.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,400,000 $1,622,000 is to augment the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program. This augmentation shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code, contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.

SEC. 58.

 Item 5180-492 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5180-492—Reappropriation, State Department of Social Services. The balances of the appropriations provided in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes provided in those appropriations and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020:
0001—​General Fund
(1)
Schedule (2) of Item 5180-101-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program
(2)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program
(3)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Foster Parent Recruitment, Retention, and Support, allocated to Probation Departments
(4)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Child and Family Teams, allocated to Probation Departments
(5)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Resource Family Approval, allocated to Probation Departments
(6)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for the Emergency Child Care Bridge Program
(7)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Foster Parent Recruitment, Retention, and Support, allocated to Probation Departments
(8)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Child and Family Teams Teams, allocated to Probation Departments
(9)

Schedule (1) of Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Resource Family Approval, allocated to Probation Departments

(10)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Level of Care Protocol Tool allocated to Probation Departments
(11)
Schedule (1) of Item 5180-153-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Level of Care Protocol Tool allocated to Probation Departments
(12)Schedule (1) of Item 5180-151-0001, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as reappropriated by Items 5180-491 and 5180-492, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018) for Bringing Families Home program.

SEC. 59.

 Item 5225-491 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5225-491—Reappropriation, Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. The balances of the appropriations provided, or the specified dollar amount, if provided, in the following citations are reappropriated for the purposes and subject to the limitations, unless otherwise specified, provided for in those appropriations:
0001—​General Fund
(1)Item 5225-301-0001, Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as partially reappropriated by Item 5225-491, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), and as partially reverted by Item 5225-495, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(4)0000923-Deuel Vocational Institution: New Boiler Facility—​Working drawings and construction
(1.5)Item 5225-301-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
(7)0001372-Pelican Bay State Prison, Crescent City: Fire Suppression Upgrade
(a) Working drawings
(8)0001427-California Institution for Men, Chino: 50-Bed Mental Health Crisis Facility
(a) Working drawings
(9)0001520-Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility, San Diego: 50-Bed Mental Health Crisis Facility
(a) Working drawings
(11)0003206-Pelican Bay State Prison, Crescent City: Classroom Space
(b) Working drawings
(c) Construction
(1.7)Item 5225-301-0001, Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017)
(11)0002160-Pelican Bay State Prison: Facility D Yard–Working drawings
(2)$11,831,000 for subdivision (a) of Section 28 of Chapter 7 of the Statutes of 2007, as reappropriated by Item 5225-491, Budget Acts of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009‒10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009‒10 4th Ex. Sess.), 2012 (Chs. 21 and 29, Stats. 2012), and 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), and as partially reverted by Item 5225-496, Budget Act of 2009 (Ch. 1, 2009‒10 3rd Ex. Sess., as revised by Ch. 1, 2009‒10 4th Ex. Sess.), Item 5225-497, Budget Act of 2010 (Ch. 712, Stats. 2010), and Item 5225-495, Budget Act of 2011 (Ch. 33, Stats. 2011), for capital outlay to renovate, improve, or expand infrastructure capacity at existing prison facilities. The balance of this appropriation shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2020.

SEC. 60.

 Item 5227-108-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
5227-108-0001—For local assistance, Board of State and Community Corrections ........................
30,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
4945-Corrections Planning and Grant Programs ........................
30,000,000
(a)
Grants to the City of Los Angeles ........................
(1,000,000)
(b)
Competitive grants to all other cities or to community-based organizations ........................
(29,000,000)
Provisions:
1.
The Board of State and Community Corrections program awarding state grant funds from subdivisions (a) and (b) of Schedule (1) shall be named the California Violence Intervention and Prevention Grant Program (CalVIP).
2.
All CalVIP grantees shall provide a 100-percent match to state grant funds awarded from subdivisions (a) and (b) of Schedule (1).
3.
The amount appropriated in subdivision (b) of Schedule (1) shall be for competitive grants to cities or community-based organizations. A grant shall not exceed $500,000, $1,500,000, and at least two grants shall be awarded to cities with populations of 200,000 or less.
4.
In awarding CalVIP grants, the Board of State and Community Corrections shall give preference to applicants in cities or regions that are disproportionately affected by violence, and shall give preference to applicants that propose to direct CalVIP funds to programs that have been shown to be the most effective at reducing violence.
5.
Each city that receives a grant from subdivisions (a) and (b) of Schedule (1) shall distribute at least 50 percent of the grant funds it receives to one or more community-based organizations pursuant to the city’s application.
6.
Each city that receives a grant from subdivision (b) of Schedule (1) shall collaborate and coordinate with area jurisdictions and agencies, including the existing county juvenile justice coordination council, with the goal of reducing violence in the city and adjacent areas. Each city grantee shall also establish a coordinating and advisory council to prioritize the use of funds. Membership shall include city officials, local law enforcement, local educational agencies, local community-based organizations, and local residents.
7.
Applicants for CalVIP grant funds shall include clearly defined, measurable objectives for the grant in the proposal to the Board of State and Community Corrections. CalVIP grantees shall report to the Board of State and Community Corrections regarding their progress in achieving those objectives.
8.
The Board of State and Community Corrections shall report to the Legislature pursuant to Section 9795 of the Government Code within 90 days following the close of the grant cycle on the overall effectiveness of the CalVIP program.
9.
Funds appropriated in this item are available for encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2022.
10.
Upon order of the Director of Finance, up to 5 percent of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) shall be transferred to Schedule (1) of Item 5227-001-0001 for costs to administer the CalVIP program. Funds transferred pursuant to this provision are available for encumbrance and expenditure until June 30, 2022.
11.Of the amount appropriated in subdivision (b) of Schedule (1), $3,000,000 shall be for competitive grants to cities with populations of 40,000 or less, defined as a “rural area” in subdivision (c) of Section 50199.21 of the Health and Safety Code.

SEC. 61.

 Item 6100-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-001-0001—For support of State Department of Education ........................

62,140,000
54,940,000
Schedule:
(1)
5205010-Curriculum Services ........................
57,796,000
(2)
5210066-Special Program Support ........................

18,235,000
11,035,000
(3)
9900100-Administration ........................
55,687,000
(4)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−55,687,000
(5)
Reimbursements to 5205010-Curriculum Services ........................
−10,278,000
(6)
Reimbursements to 5210066-Special Program Support ........................
−3,613,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding Section 33190 of the Education Code or any other law, the State Department of Education shall not expend funds to prepare a statewide summary of pupil performance on school district proficiency assessments or a compilation of information on private schools with five or fewer pupils.
2.
Funds appropriated in this item may be expended or encumbered to make one or more payments under a personal services contract of a visiting educator pursuant to Section 19050.8 of the Government Code, a long-term special consultant services contract, or an employment contract between an entity that is not a state agency and a person who is under the direct or daily supervision of a state agency, only if all of the following conditions are met:
(a)
The person providing service under the contract provides full financial disclosure to the Fair Political Practices Commission in accordance with the rules and regulations of the commission.
(b)
The service provided under the contract does not result in the displacement of any represented civil service employee.
(c)
The rate of compensation for salary and health benefits for the person providing service under the contract does not exceed by more than 10 percent the current rate of compensation for salary and health benefits determined by the Department of Human Resources for civil service personnel in a comparable position. The payment of any other compensation or any reimbursement for travel or per diem expenses shall be in accordance with the State Administrative Manual and the rules and regulations of the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board.
3.
The funds appropriated in this item shall not be expended for the development or dissemination of program advisories, including, but not limited to, program advisories on the subject areas of reading, writing, and mathematics, unless explicitly authorized by the State Board of Education.
4.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $206,000 shall be available as matching funds for the Department of Rehabilitation to provide coordinated services to disabled pupils.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, no less than $2,530,000 is available for support of childcare services, including state preschool.
6.
By October 31 of each year, the State Department of Education (SDE) shall provide to the Department of Finance a file of all charter school average daily attendance (ADA) and state and local revenue associated with charter school general purpose entitlements as part of the P2 Local Control Funding Formula File. By March 1 of each year, the SDE shall provide to the Department of Finance a file of all charter school ADA and state and local revenue associated with charter school general purpose entitlements as part of the P1 Local Control Funding Formula File. It is the expectation that such reports will be provided annually.
7.
On or before April 15 of each year, the State Department of Education (SDE) shall provide to the Department of Finance an electronic file that includes complete district- and county-level state appropriations limit information reported to the SDE. The SDE shall make every effort to ensure that all districts have submitted the necessary information requested on the relevant reporting forms.
8.
The State Department of Education shall make information available to the Department of Finance, the Legislative Analyst’s Office, and the budget committees of each house of the Legislature by October 31, March 31, and May 31 of each year regarding the amount of Proposition 98 savings estimated to be available for reversion by June 30 of that year.
9.
Reimbursement expenditures pursuant to this item resulting from the imposition by the State Department of Education (SDE) of a commercial copyright fee shall not be expended sooner than 30 days after the SDE submits to the Department of Finance a legal opinion affirming the authority to impose such fees and the arguments supporting that position against any objections or legal challenges to the fee filed with the SDE. Any funds received pursuant to imposition of a commercial copyright fee may only be expended as necessary for outside counsel contingent on a certification of the Superintendent of Public Instruction that sufficient expertise is not available within departmental legal staff. The SDE shall not expend greater than $300,000 for such purposes without first notifying the Department of Finance of the necessity therefor, and upon receiving approval in writing.
10.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $1,011,000 is for dispute resolution services, including mediation and fair hearing services, provided through contract for special education programs.
11.
Of the reimbursement funds appropriated in this item, at least $612,000 is provided to the State Department of Education for the oversight of State Board of Education-authorized charter schools. The Department of Finance may administratively establish up to 2.0 positions for this purpose as workload materializes.
12.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $109,000 shall be for 1.0 position within the State Department of Education to support activities associated with the Clean Energy Job Creation Fund.
13.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, at least $852,000 and 6.0 positions are provided to support the Local Control Funding Formula administration pursuant to Chapter 47 of the Statutes of 2013. These funds and positions shall be used by the State Department of Education to support the apportionment of, and fiscal oversight of, funding pursuant to the Local Control Funding Formula.
14.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $115,000 and 1.0 position shall be available for the State Department of Education to support activities associated with charter school appeals as required under subdivision (j) of Section 47605 of the Education Code.
15.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $1,140,000 and 8.0 positions are provided to support the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula accountability system pursuant to Chapter 47 of the Statutes of 2013.
16.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $120,000 and 1.0 permanent position is provided to support implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula, such as providing unduplicated student counts, matching foster data received from the State Department of Social Services (SDSS), and meeting foster youth reporting requirements.
17.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $107,000 and 1.0 position shall be available for the State Department of Education to support activities associated with civil rights complaints and appeals pursuant to Sections 220 and 234.1 of the Education Code.
18.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $21,000 is available for the State Department of Education to implement and report on the Homeless Youth Assessment Fee Waiver Program pursuant to Chapter 384 of the Statutes of 2015.
19.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $271,000 and 2.0 positions are provided to continue the development and maintenance of the state and federal accountability systems.
20.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $129,000 is provided to support 1.0 existing position for workload associated with school district reorganizations.
21.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $108,000 is provided to support 1.0 existing position to assist local educational agencies applying for a universal meal service program, pursuant to Chapter 724 of the Statutes of 2017.
22.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $143,000 is provided to support 1.0 existing position to secure confidential staff and student data and to ensure compliance with the state information and cybersecurity policies and procedures.
23.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $128,000 is provided to support 1.0 existing position to complete additional education equity compliance reviews, pursuant to Chapter 493 of the Statutes of 2017.
24.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $252,000 shall be used to support the development and maintenance of a computer-based English Language Proficiency Assessment for California and a computer-based alternative English Language Proficiency Assessment for California for students with disabilities.
25.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $257,000 is provided to support 2.0 existing positions for the coordination of a centralized Uniform Complaint Procedures process and database to improve the administration and resolution of Uniform Complaint Procedures complaints and appeals received by SDE; to standardize Uniform Complaint Procedures policies, procedures, and templates departmentwide; and to provide a report by January 31 of each year with a summary of the number of days for completion of appeals by complaint type and program area, including the rationale for complaints that exceeded 60 days.
26.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $117,000 is to support activities associated with data collection and reporting required under the Districts of Choice program.
27.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $624,000 shall be available to support subsidized county childcare pilot programs. This funding is available on a limited-term basis until June 30, 2023.
28.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $600,000 is provided to support 2.0 existing positions and workload related to school-based comprehensive sexual health education.
29.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $105,000 and 1.0 position are to support increases in emergency average daily attendance waiver requests.
30.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $53,000 is available for the State Department of Education to provide guidance to districts and county offices of education on effective school safety plans, pursuant to Chapter 80 of the Statutes of 2018.
31.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $452,000 is provided for 3.0 positions to support compliance workload within the State Department of Education’s Special Education Division.
32.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $275,000 and 2.0 positions are provided to support the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant Program and the K–12 component of the Strong Workforce Program. Availability of these funds is contingent upon the State Department of Education (SDE) fully supporting no fewer than 6.0 full-time regional program consultants in agricultural career technical education in the Agricultural Education Unit of the Career and College Transition Division using federal Perkins V Act funding. If the SDE is unable to support at least 6.0 full-time regional program consultants in agricultural career technical education with federal Perkins V Act funding, $142,000 and 1.0 position provided in this item to support the Career Technical Education Incentive Grant Program and the K–12 component of the Strong Workforce Program shall be redirected for that purpose. As a condition of receiving this funding, the SDE shall make information available to the Department of Finance, the Legislative Analyst’s Office, and the budget committees of each house of the Legislature by October 31 of each fiscal year regarding the split of the federal Perkins V Act funding between the SDE and the Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges. This information shall include, but is not limited to, the maximum set-asides allowable for state administration and state leadership activities, the minimum amount required for local program distribution, as well as a breakdown of how the SDE is utilizing the funds in each category.
33.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,778,000 is available for 12.0 positions to support expanding workload related to new early education programs and policies within the State Department of Education’s Early Learning and Care Division and 1.0 position to support the Fiscal and Administrative Services Division.
34.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $142,000 is provided to support 1.0 position for the joint interagency resolution team and foster youth coordinated services pursuant to Chapter 815 of the Statutes of 2018.
35.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $207,000 reimbursements is provided on a one-time basis to support the administration of the California High School Proficiency Examination.
36.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $284,000 and 2.0 positions are provided until June 30, 2021, to support the oversight and monitoring of State Board of Education authorized charter schools.
37.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $798,000 reimbursements is provided on a one-time basis to purchase information technology products and services for the State Special Schools.
38.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 is provided to the Superintendent of Public Instruction on a one-time basis to convene one or more interagency workgroups comprised of special education stakeholders and other agencies to develop policy recommendations and best practices to improve the transition of three-year-olds with disabilities from regional centers to school districts, expand access to available federal funds for medically-related services for all students, including the Medi-Cal through the Medi-Cal Billing Option Program, the School-Based Medi-Cal Administrative Activities Program, and medically-necessary Early and Periodic Screening, Diagnosis, Diagnostic, and Treatment program, benefits, and improve collaboration between the State Department of Education and the State Department of Health Care Services, pursuant to ______ of the 2019–20 Regular Session. Chapter 51 of the Statutes of 2019.
39.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 is available on a one-time basis for administration of the Master Plan for Early Learning and Care pursuant to ______ of the 2019–20 Regular Session.
41.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,200,000 is available until June 30, 2022, for the Early Childhood Policy Council pursuant to Section 8286 of the Education Code.

SEC. 62.

 Item 6100-001-0890 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-001-0890—For support of State Department of Education, payable from the Federal Trust Fund ........................
181,285,000
Schedule:
(1)
5205010-Curriculum Services ........................
117,655,000
(2)
5210066-Special Program Support ........................
63,630,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item include federal Perkins V Act funds for the current fiscal year to be transferred to community colleges by means of interagency agreements. These funds shall be used by community colleges for the administration of career technical education programs.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $96,000 is available to the Advisory Commission on Special Education for the in-state travel and operational expenses of the commissioners and the secretary to the commission.
3.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $318,000 shall be used to provide training in culturally nonbiased assessment and specialized language skills to special education teachers.
4.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $11,900,000 is from the federal Child Care and Development Fund and is available for support of childcare services, of which $135,000 is available on a limited-term basis until June 30, 2020. Of the federal funds in this item, at least $1,533,000 is for 13.0 positions to address compliance monitoring and overpayments, which may contribute to early detection of fraud. All federally subsidized childcare agencies shall be audited pursuant to federal regulations per Part 98 of Title 45 of the Code of Federal Regulations. The State Department of Education (SDE) shall provide information to the Legislature and Department of Finance each year that quantifies by program provider-by-provider level data, including instances and amounts of overpayments and fraud, as documented by the SDE’s compliance monitoring efforts for the prior fiscal year. Additionally, the SDE shall provide a copy of any federal reports submitted regarding improper payments and fraud to the Legislature and the Department of Finance.
(b)
As a condition of receiving the resources specified in subdivision (a), every alternative payment agency and subsidized general childcare agency shall be audited each year using sufficient sampling of provider records of the following: (1) family fee determinations, (2) income eligibility, (3) rate limits, and (4) basis for hours of care, to determine compliance rates, any instances of misallocation of resources, and the amount of funds expected to be recovered from instances of both potential fraud and overpayment when no intent to defraud is suspected. This information shall be contained in a separate report for each provider, with a single statewide summary report annually submitted to the Governor and the Legislature no later than April 15.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $16,698,000, of which $3,184,000 is available on a one-time basis, is for dispute resolution services, including mediation and fair hearing services, provided through contract for the special education programs. The State Department of Education shall ensure the quarterly reports that the contractor submits on the results of its dispute resolution services include the same information as required by Provision 9 of Item 6110-001-0890 of the Budget Act of 2006 (Chs. 47 and 48, Stats. 2006) and Section 56504.5 of the Education Code and reflect year-to-date data and final yearend data.
6.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $443,000 is for 3.0 positions within the State Department of Education for increased monitoring associated with educationally related mental health services, including out-of-home residential services for emotionally disturbed pupils, required by an individualized education program pursuant to the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Improvement Act of 2004 (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1400 et seq.).
7.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $2,506,000 shall be available for the administration of 21st Century Community Learning Centers programs.
8.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $195,000 in federal Perkins V Act funding and 2.0 positions shall be available to support the California Career Resource Network Program.
9.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $308,000 is available from federal Title II funds for an interagency agreement with the Commission on Teacher Credentialing to support teacher misassignment monitoring activities.
10.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $945,000 is available from federal Title II funds to support Title II-related priorities identified in the State Plan adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act as amended by the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (P.L. 114-95).
11.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,636,000 is for the California Longitudinal Pupil Achievement Data System (CALPADS), which is to meet the requirements of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) and Chapter 1002 of the Statutes of 2002. These funds are payable from the Federal Trust Fund to the State Department of Education (SDE). Of this amount, $5,641,000 is federal Title I, Part B funds and $995,000 is federal Title II funds. These funds are provided for the following purposes: $3,254,000 for systems housing and maintenance provided by the Office of Technology Services (OTECH); maintenance; $908,000 for costs associated with necessary system activities; $790,000 for SDE staff; and $710,000 for various other costs, including hardware and software costs, indirect charges, Department of General Services charges, and operating expenses and equipment. As a further condition of receiving these funds, the SDE shall not add additional data elements to CALPADS, require local educational agencies to use the data collected through the CALPADS for any purpose, or otherwise expand or enhance the system beyond the data elements and functionalities that are identified in the most current approved Feasibility Study and Special Project Reports and the CALPADS Data Guide v4.1. In addition, $974,000 is for SDE data management staff responsible for fulfilling certain federal requirements not directly associated with CALPADS.
12.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $800,000 of the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1400 et seq.) funds is available for the State Department of Education to provide oversight and technical assistance for local educational agencies as the responsibility for overseeing educationally related mental health services transitions from county mental health agencies to special education local plan areas and to develop resources and provide technical assistance to local educational agencies for implementation of the federally required State Systemic Improvement Plan.
13.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, at least $501,000 federal Title I, Part C, Migrant Education funds and 3.0 positions are provided for oversight and coordination of the State Parent Advisory Council, identification of qualifying program participants, and collecting and linking student data.
14.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, up to $639,000 in federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1400 et seq.) funds shall be available to the State Department of Education for warehouse costs related to providing accessible instructional materials to local educational agencies.
15.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,470,000 shall be available to support local Early Head Start services under the Early Head Start—​Child Care Partnership Grant, consistent with the plan approved by the Department of Finance. This funding is available on a limited-term basis until June 30, 2024.
16.

Of the funds appropriated in this item, $612,000 is available to support training, technical assistance, and oversight of selected local educational agencies receiving the “Now is the Time” Project Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education grants. This program is anticipated to end on June 30, 2019.

17.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $625,000 is available for 5.0 existing positions to establish and support a litigation unit within the State Department of Education’s Special Education Division.
18.
Of the amount provided in Schedule (1), $381,000 is available for 2.0 existing positions in the Improvement and Accountability Division to support the work of the State Department of Education, the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence, lead county offices of education, and stakeholders to inform the work of agencies within the statewide system of support pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 52073 of the Education Code.
19.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $138,000 in federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 1400 et seq.) funds is provided for 1.0 position to fulfill reporting requirements on the use of behavioral restraints and seclusion, pursuant to Chapter 998 of the Statutes of 2018.
20.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $150,000 in federal Title II funds and 1.0 position is available for the State Department of Education to administer the 21st Century California School Leadership Academy, in consultation with the State Board of Education and in collaboration with the California Collaborative on Education Excellence.
21.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $612,000 is available to support training, technical assistance, and oversight of selected local educational agencies receiving the Project Advancing Wellness and Resilience in Education Grants.
22.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $540,000 in carryover is available in the 2019–20 fiscal year and $460,000 in the 2020–21 fiscal year to provide state-level support on school safety and violence prevention.
23.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $300,000 carryover is provided on a one-time basis to support the workload associated with the federal Professional Development Grant Birth through Five.
24.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,063,000 shall be reserved for the professional development of private school teachers and administrators as required by Title II of the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 6601 et seq.). This amount reflects the availability of $1,180,000 ongoing federal Title II funds, $430,000 ongoing federal Title IV funds, and $1,453,000 one-time federal Title II funds.
25.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $207,000 and 1.5 positions are available for homeless student coordinators.

SEC. 63.

 Item 6100-125-0890 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-125-0890—For local assistance, State Department of Education, payable from the Federal Trust Fund ........................
282,939,000
Schedule:
(1)
5200111-Title I, Elementary and Secondary Education Act, Migrant Education ........................
125,294,000
(2)
5205015-ESEA Title I, Migrant Education State Level Activities ........................
12,244,000
(3)
5205019-Title III, Language Acquisition ........................
145,401,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), the State Department of Education (SDE) shall use no less than $6,500,000 and up to $8,000,000 for the Mini-Corps Program. The SDE shall report to the Department of Finance by October 31, 2020, the number of migrant students served by the Mini-Corps Program during the previous fiscal year and the number of tutors who participated in the Mini-Corps Program during the previous fiscal year. The SDE shall also report to the Department of Finance by October 31, 2021, the number of tutors from the 2019–20 cohort who subsequently enrolled in an educator preparation program. The SDE shall also report to the Department of Finance by October 31, 2022, the number of tutors from the 2019–20 cohort who subsequently earned a teaching credential.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $2,000,000 shall be allocated to 11 regional county offices of education to provide technical assistance to local educational agencies on federal requirements related to English learners, and recommendations for best practices, instructional strategies, and improvement in English language proficiency and state academic standards. These regional county offices of education shall provide support to English learners in a manner consistent with the statewide system of support pursuant to Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 52059.5) of Chapter 6.1 of Part 28 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code. The SDE shall ensure that the 11 regional county offices of education designate one of the regional county offices of education to participate in the formal process required pursuant to subparagraph (B) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 52073 of the Education Code. The designated regional county office of education and the SDE shall be responsible for communicating through that formal process on the activities and outcomes for the 11 regional county offices of education and for sharing information provided by the other entities participating in that process with the 11 regional county offices of education.
3.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $17,000,000 $22,000,000 is provided in one-time federal Title I, Part C carryover funds to support the existing program.
4.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $3,000,000 is provided in one-time federal Title I, Part C carryover funds to support the existing program.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $1,000,000 is provided in one-time federal Title III carryover funds to support the existing program.

SEC. 64.

 Item 6100-136-0890 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-136-0890—For local assistance, State Department of Education, payable from the Federal Trust Fund ........................

9,646,000
10,831,000
Schedule:
(1)
5200139-McKinney-Vento Homeless Children Education ........................

9,646,000
10,831,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $88,000 is one-time federal carryover funds to support the existing program.

SEC. 65.

 Item 6100-149-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-149-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Education (Proposition 98), for allocation by the Superintendent of Public Instruction to school districts, county offices of education, and other agencies for the purposes of the After School Education and Safety Program, pursuant to Article 22.5 (commencing with Section 8482) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code ........................
100,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
5210048-After School Programs ........................
100,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be used for the After School Education and Safety Program as specified in Article 22.5 (commencing with Section 8482) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code.
2.This funding shall be used to increase the daily per-pupil rates and maximum grant amounts. The State Department of Education shall adjust the dollar amounts specified in Sections 8482.55, 8483.7, 8483.75, and 8483.6 8483.76 of the Education Code in accordance with the amount provided for in the 2019–20 fiscal year.

SEC. 66.

 Item 6100-182-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-182-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Education (Proposition 98) ........................
0
Schedule:
(1)
5205060-Instructional Support: K–12 High-Speed Network ........................
0
Provisions:
1.
Expenditure authority of no greater than $16,700,000 is provided for the K–12 High-Speed Network.
(a)
Of the amount authorized for expenditure in this provision, $7,700,000 shall be funded by E-rate and California Teleconnect Fund moneys. The leading education agency or the Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California (CENIC), or both, shall submit quarterly reports to the Department of Finance and the fiscal committees in each house of the Legislature on funds received from E-rate and the California Teleconnect Fund.
(b)
The expenditure limit pursuant to this provision does not apply to ongoing network connectivity infrastructure grant expenditures pursuant to Item 6110-182-0001, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014) and Item 6100-182-0001, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015) or to professional development and technical assistance funding expenditures pursuant to Section 58 of Chapter 13 of the Statutes of 2015.
(c)
For the 2019–20 fiscal year, all major subcontracts of the K–12 High-Speed Network program shall be excluded from both the eligible program costs on which indirect costs are charged and from the calculation of the indirect cost rate based on that year’s data. For purposes of this provision, a major subcontract is defined as a subcontract for services in an amount in excess of $25,000.
(d)Of the amount authorized for expenditure in this provision, $8,650,000 of E-rate subsidies received by the K–12 High-Speed Network as a result of network connectivity infrastructure grants issued pursuant to Item 6110-182-0001, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014), shall be available for operational support. Of this amount, up to $150,000 shall be available to support the Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program pursuant to ____ of the 2019 –20 Regular Session. Chapter 51 of the Statutes of 2019.
(e)Of the amount authorized for expenditure in this provision, $350,000 shall be funded by the operational reserves maintained by the K–12 High-Speed Network.
2.
As a condition of receipt of funding, the K–12 High-Speed Network shall submit an annual financial audit by December 15 of each year that includes an accounting of all funding sources and all uses of funds by funding source to the State Department of Education, the Department of Finance, the Legislative Analyst’s Office, and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
3.
The K–12 High-Speed Network or CENIC, or both, shall submit quarterly reports to the Department of Finance and the fiscal committees in each house of the Legislature on E-rate and California Teleconnect Fund subsidies received as a result of network connectivity infrastructure grants issued pursuant to Item 6110-182-0001, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014) and Item 6100-182-0001, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015).
4.
The K–12 High-Speed Network shall not expend any E-rate and California Teleconnect Fund subsidies received as a result of network connectivity infrastructure grants issued pursuant to Item 6110-182-0001, Budget Act of 2014 (Chs. 25 and 663, Stats. 2014) and Item 6100-182-0001, Budget Act of 2015 (Chs. 10 and 11, Stats. 2015) prior to receiving Department of Finance approval, and no sooner than 30 days after notification in writing is provided to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.

SEC. 67.

 Item 6100-194-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-194-0001—For local assistance, State Department of Education, for allocation by the Superintendent of Public Instruction to school districts, county offices of education, and other agencies for childcare and development programs included in this item, in lieu of the amount that otherwise would be appropriated pursuant to any other statute ........................

1,896,170,000
1,838,875,000
Schedule:
(1)
5210026-General Child Development ........................
387,658,000
(2)
5210027-State Preschool Non-Local Educational Agencies ........................
517,572,000
(3)
5210028-Migrant Day Care ........................
39,446,000
(4)
5210030-Alternative Payment ........................
170,131,000
(5)
5210032-Resource and Referral ........................
20,333,000
(6)
5210034-CalWORKs Stage 2 ........................
533,937,000
(7)
5210036-CalWORKs Stage 3 ........................

217,531,000
160,236,000
(8)
5210038-Accounts Payable ........................
4,000,000
(9)
5210040-Child Care for Children with Severe Disabilities ........................
2,084,000
(10)
5210042-California Child Care Initiative ........................
225,000
(11)
5210044-Quality Improvement ........................
2,961,000
(12)
5210046-Local Planning Councils ........................
292,000
Provisions:
1.
Funds in Schedules (5), (10), (11), and (12) shall be allocated to meet federal requirements to improve the quality of childcare and shall be used in accordance with the approved California state plan for the federal Child Care and Development Fund that is developed pursuant to the requirements under Section 8206.1 of the Education Code.
2.
Nonfederal funds appropriated in this item which have been budgeted to meet the state’s Temporary Assistance for Needy Families maintenance-of-effort requirement established pursuant to the federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 (P.L. 104-193) shall not be expended in any way that would cause their disqualification as a federally allowable maintenance-of-effort expenditure.
3.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, funds in Schedule (8) are available for accounts payable for alternative payment programs for actual and allowable costs incurred for additional services, pursuant to Section 8222.1 of the Education Code. The State Department of Education shall give priority for the allocation of these funds for accounts payable.
4.
The amounts provided in Schedules (1), (2), (3), (4), and (9) of this item reflect an adjustment to the base funding of –0.68 percent for a decrease in the population of 0–4 year-olds.
5.(a)
The maximum standard reimbursement rate shall not exceed $49.54 per day for general childcare programs. Furthermore, the migrant childcare program shall adhere to the maximum standard reimbursement rates as prescribed for the general childcare programs. All other rates and adjustment factors shall conform.
(b)
Notwithstanding any other law, the maximum standard reimbursement rate shall not exceed $30.87 per day for part-day California state preschool programs. The maximum standard reimbursement rate shall not exceed $49.85 for full-day California state preschool programs.
6.(a)
Alternative payment childcare programs shall be subject to the rate ceilings established in the Regional Market Rate Survey of California childcare and development providers for provider payments. When approved pursuant to Section 8447 of the Education Code, any changes to the market rate limits, adjustment factors, or regions shall be utilized by the State Department of Education, the California Community Colleges, and the State Department of Social Services in various programs under the jurisdiction of these departments.
(b)
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds appropriated in this item for the cost of licensed childcare services provided through alternative payment or voucher programs, including those provided under Article 3 (commencing with Section 8220) and Article 15.5 (commencing with Section 8350) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code, shall be used only to reimburse childcare costs up to the greater of either:
(1)
The 75th percentile of rates based on the 2016 Regional Market Rate Survey.
(2)
The regional market rate ceiling for that region as it existed on December 31, 2017.
(c)
The funds appropriated in this item for the cost of license-exempt childcare services provided through alternative payment or voucher programs, including those provided under Article 3 (commencing with Section 8220) and Article 15.5 (commencing with Section 8350) of Chapter 2 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code, shall be used only to reimburse license-exempt childcare costs up to 70 percent of the regional reimbursement rate limits established for family childcare homes.
(d)
The State Department of Education shall distribute funds for increases to the Regional Market Rate based on estimates of how contractors’ reimbursements will increase due to the rate change.
7.(a)
The State Department of Education (SDE) shall conduct monthly analyses of CalWORKs Stage 2 and Stage 3 caseloads and expenditures and adjust agency contract maximum reimbursement amounts and allocations as necessary to ensure funds are distributed proportionally to need. SDE shall share monthly caseload analyses with the State Department of Social Services (DSS).
(b)
SDE shall provide quarterly information regarding the sufficiency of funding for Stage 2 and Stage 3 to DSS. SDE shall provide caseloads, expenditures, allocations, unit costs, family fees, and other key variables and assumptions used in determining the sufficiency of state allocations. Detailed backup by month and on a county-by-county basis shall be provided to DSS at least on a quarterly basis for comparisons with Stage 1 trends.
(c)
By September 30 and March 30 of each year, SDE shall ensure that detailed caseload and expenditure data, through the most recent period for Stage 2 and Stage 3 along with all relevant assumptions, is provided to DSS to facilitate budget development. The detailed data provided shall include actual and projected monthly caseload from Stage 2 scheduled to time off of their transitional childcare benefit from the last actual month reported by agencies through the next two fiscal years as well as local attrition experience. DSS shall utilize data provided by SDE, including key variables from the prior fiscal year and the first two months of the current fiscal year, to provide coordinated estimates in November of each year for each of the three stages of care for preparation of the Governor’s Budget, and shall utilize data from at least the first two quarters of the current fiscal year, and any additional monthly data as they become available for preparation of the May Revision. DSS shall share its assumptions and methodology with SDE in the preparation of the Governor’s Budget.
(d)
SDE shall coordinate with DSS to identify annual general subsidized childcare program expenditures for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families-eligible children. SDE shall modify existing reporting forms as necessary to capture this data.
(e)
SDE shall provide to DSS, upon request, access to the information and data elements necessary to comply with federal reporting requirements and any other information deemed necessary to improve estimation of childcare budgeting needs.
(f)(1)
On or before January 30 of each year, following consultation with DSS, SDE shall determine the adequacy of funding appropriated by the Legislature for CalWORKs Stage 2 and Stage 3.
(2)
If SDE determines that the Stage 2 appropriation exceeds the current year caseload needs and the Stage 3 appropriation is not sufficient to fully fund its caseload need, then SDE shall submit a request to the Department of Finance to transfer the excess funds from Schedule (6), CalWORKs Stage 2 childcare to Schedule (7), CalWORKs Stage 3 childcare. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 or any other provision of law, the Department of Finance may, at its discretion, approve such a transfer.
(3)
If SDE determines that the Stage 3 appropriation exceeds the current year caseload needs and the Stage 2 appropriation is not sufficient to fully fund its caseload need, SDE shall submit a request to the Department of Finance to transfer the excess funds from Schedule (7), CalWORKs Stage 3 childcare to Schedule (6), CalWORKs Stage 2 childcare. Notwithstanding Section 26.00 or any other provision of law, the Department of Finance may, at its discretion, approve such a transfer.
(g)
Notwithstanding any other provision of law or any other sections of this act, the Department of Finance may augment the appropriation for CalWORKs Stage 3 if the estimate of expenditures, as determined by SDE, following consultation with DSS, will exceed the expenditures authorized in Schedule (7). The Department of Finance shall report any augmentation pursuant to this paragraph to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. At the time the report is made, the amount of the appropriation made in Schedule (7) shall be increased by the amount of the augmentation.
(h)
The Director of Finance may, pursuant to subdivisions (f) and (g), authorize the augmentation of the amount available for expenditure in Schedule (7) by making a transfer from Schedule (6). An augmentation may be authorized not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing of the necessity to exceed the limitations is provided to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or whatever lesser time the chairperson of the joint committee may determine. Any request made by SDE to augment the CalWORKs Stage 3 appropriation shall be approved only in order to cover increases in costs that are consistent with assumptions of this act. This provision shall not be construed to treat Stage 3 as an entitlement.
8.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds in Schedule (7) are reserved exclusively for continuing childcare for the following: (a) former CalWORKs families who are working, have left cash aid, and have exhausted their two-year eligibility for transitional services in either Stage 1 or Stage 2 pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 8351 or Section 8353 of the Education Code, respectively, but still meet eligibility requirements for receipt of subsidized childcare services, and (b) families who received lump-sum diversion payments or diversion services under Section 11266.5 of the Welfare and Institutions Code and have spent two years in Stage 2 off of cash aid, but still meet eligibility requirements for receipt of subsidized childcare services.
9.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, each local planning council receiving funds appropriated in Schedule (12) shall meet the requirements of Section 8499.5 of the Education Code to the extent feasible and to the extent data is readily accessible.
10.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the implementation of Provision 12 is not subject to the appeal and resolution procedures for agencies that contract with the State Department of Education for the provision of childcare services or the due process requirements afforded to families that are denied services specified in Chapter 19 (commencing with Section 18000) of Division 1 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.
11.
Notwithstanding the rulemaking provisions of the Administrative Procedure Act (Chapter 3.5 (commencing with Section 11340) of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code), the State Department of Education may implement Provision 12 through management bulletins or similar instructions.
12.
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, families shall be disenrolled from subsidized childcare services consistent with the priorities for services specified in subdivision (b) of Section 8263 of the Education Code. Families shall be disenrolled in the following order: (a) families with the highest income below 85 percent of the State Median Income (SMI) adjusted for family size, (b) of families with the same income level, those that have been receiving childcare services for the longest period of time, (c) of families with the same income level, those that have a child with exceptional needs, and (d) families with children who are receiving child protective services or are at risk of being neglected or abused, regardless of family income.
13.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (2), $31,400,000 is available beginning April 1, 2020, to provide 10,000 additional full-day state preschool slots to non-local educational agencies.
15.
Funds in Schedule (2) shall be allocated to both the part-day and full-day California State Preschool Program for non-local educational agencies.
16.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1), $50,000,000 is available beginning July 1, 2019, to provide 3,086 slots for General Child Care.
17.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (11), $1,500,000 is available on a one-time basis for the City of Los Angeles to build a child development center in Reseda, California.
18.For the 2019–20 fiscal year, if the State Department of Education determines that appropriations for General Child Development in Schedule (1) are not sufficient to fully fund the contracts executed, then the department may transfer the necessary funds from the non-LEA preschool program in Schedule (2) to Schedule (1), upon written notification to the Department of Finance.

SEC. 68.

 Item 6100-194-0890 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-194-0890—For local assistance, State Department of Education, payable from the Federal Trust Fund ........................
1,012,008,000
Schedule:
(1)
5210026-General Child Development ........................
133,846,000
(2)
5210028-Migrant Day Care ........................
5,411,000
(3)
5210030-Alternative Payment ........................
285,336,000
(4)
5210034-CalWORKs Stage 2 ........................
80,636,000
(5)
5210036-CalWORKs Stage 3 ........................

285,319,000
342,614,000
(6)
5210044-Quality Improvement ........................

218,141,000
160,846,000
(7)
5210046-Local Planning Councils ........................
3,319,000
Provisions:
1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the funds appropriated in this item, to the extent permissible under federal law, are subject to Section 8262 of the Education Code.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $80,636,000 is from the transfer of funds, pursuant to Item 5180-402, from the federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Block Grant administered by the State Department of Social Services to the federal Child Care and Development Block Grant for CalWORKs Stage 2 childcare.
3.
Funds in Schedules (6) and (7) shall be allocated to meet federal requirements to improve the quality of childcare and shall be used in accordance with the approved California state plan for the federal Child Care and Development Fund that is developed pursuant to the requirements under Section 8206.1 of the Education Code.
4.
Notwithstanding any other law, each local planning council receiving funds appropriated in Schedule (7) shall meet the requirements of Section 8499.5 of the Education Code to the extent feasible and to the extent data is readily accessible.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $11,285,000 is available on a one-time basis for CalWORKs Stage 3 childcare from federal Child Care and Development Block Grant funds appropriated prior to the 2019–20 federal fiscal year.
6.
Funds appropriated in Schedule (6) of this item shall not be expended to develop or support new information technology projects, unless approved by the Department of Finance and not sooner than 30 days after notification in writing to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
7.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (6), $17,983,000 is available on a one-time basis for quality activities from federal Child Care and Development Block Grant funds appropriated prior to the 2019–20 fiscal year.
8.Of the funds available in Schedule (3), $102,295,000 is available on an ongoing basis for the Child Care Development Block Grant.
9.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (3), $12,842,000 is available July 1, 2019, to provide 1,298 additional child care vouchers.
10.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (6), $6,300,000 is available on a one-time basis to support the activities for the Preschool Development Block Grant Birth through Five.
11.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (6), $1,100,000 is for programs that expand training for providers to gain skills necessary to manage an early learning and care business.
12.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (6), $45,000,000 is available on a one-time basis for the Early Learning and Care Workforce Development Grant pursuant to Section 8278.4 of the Education Code from the federal Child Care and Development Block Grant funds appropriated in the 2019–20 federal fiscal year.
13.Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (5), $57,295,000 is available on a one-time basis for CalWORKs Stage 3 childcare from the federal Child Care and Development Block Grant funds appropriated in the 2019–20 federal fiscal year.

SEC. 69.

 Item 6100-195-0890 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-195-0890—For local assistance, State Department of Education, Part A of Title II of the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 6621 et seq.; Preparing, Training, and Recruiting High Quality Teachers, Principals or Other School Leaders), payable from the Federal Trust Fund ........................
228,724,000
Schedule:
(1)
5205168-Supporting Effective Instruction Local Grants ........................
211,535,000
(2)
5205150-California Subject Matter Projects ........................
3,410,000
(3)
5205180-Supporting Effective Instruction State Level Activity Grants ........................
13,779,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (2) shall be transferred to the University of California, which shall use the funds for the subject matter projects pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 99200) of Chapter 5 of Part 65 of Division 14 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
2.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $13,779,000 in ongoing federal funds shall be used to establish the 21st Century California School Leadership Academy pursuant to Section 44690 of Chapter 3.16 of Article 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code. Specifically, this amount reflects $8,474,000 in ongoing federal Title II funds, and $5,305,000 in ongoing federal Title IV funds, transferred to Title II, consistent with the State Plan adopted by the State Board of Education pursuant to the Every Student Succeeds Act. This program shall be implemented pursuant to Title II of the federal Every Student Succeeds Act (20 U.S.C. Sec. 6601 et seq.) and consistent with the statewide system of support pursuant to Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 52059.5) of Chapter 6.1 of Part 28 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code.
3.Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (3), $200,000 is available from federal Title II funds for the State Department of Education (SDE) to contract with the California Collaboration for Educational Excellence to assist the SDE in administering the 21st Century California School Leadership Academy. Of these funds, $25,000 shall be for the Marin County Office of Education and $175,000 shall be for the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence to assist the SDE in administering the 21st Century California School Leadership Academy. The Collaborative shall participate in selecting grantees, determining allocation of funding, and managing and directing grantees to ensure that grant activities are provided consistent with the statewide system of support pursuant to Article 4.5 (commencing with Section 52059.5) of Chapter 6.1 of Part 28 of Division 4 of Title 2 of the Education Code. Pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 52074 of the Education Code, the SDE, with the support of General Services, shall enter into a contract with the Marin County Office of Education as the administrative agent no later than August 31, 2019, and complete the transfer of funds to the California Collaborative for Educational Excellence no later than November 1, 2019. December 15, 2019.

SEC. 70.

 Item 6100-485 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-485—Reappropriation (Proposition 98), State Department of Education. The sum of $6,620,000 is hereby reappropriated from the Proposition 98 Reversion Account for the following purpose:
0001—​General Fund
1.
The sum of $6,620,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for allocation to school districts and charter schools in the 2019 –2020 fiscal year pursuant to Section 42238.02 of the Education Code pursuant to the provisions provided in the 2019 Education Omnibus trailer bill for this purpose. Code.

SEC. 71.

 Item 6100-488 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6100-488—Reappropriation, State Department of Education. Notwithstanding any other law, the balances from the following appropriations are available for reappropriation for the purposes specified in Provisions 2–10:
0001—​General Fund
(1)
$2,357,000 or whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for After School Education and Safety Program in the 2017–18 fiscal year pursuant to Section 8483.5 of the Education Code.
(2)
$136,000,000 $150,000,000 or whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for Preschool Education in Schedule (1) of Item 6100-196-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018).
(3)

$14,000,000 or whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for the Classified School Employee Summer Assistance Program in Section 133 of Chapter 32 of the Statutes of 2018, and as amended by Section 37 of Chapter 426 of the Statutes of 2018.

Provisions:
2.The sum of $727,000 is hereby reappropriated to the State Department of Education to be used consistent with the provisions of Item 6100-203-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs.14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017) for child nutrition program reimbursement claims submitted by local educational agencies pursuant to subdivision (c) of Section 49505 of the Education Code.
3.The sum of $3,633,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for allocation to the Inglewood Unified School District in accordance with the provisions of Section 16 of Chapter 426 of the Statutes of 2018.
4.The sum of $514,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for allocation to the Oakland Unified School District in accordance with the provisions of Section 16 of Chapter 426 of the Statutes of 2018.
5.The sum of $2,027,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for allocation to the basic aid school districts impacted by the 2017 and 2018 wildfires pursuant to the 2019 Education Omnibus Trailer Bill, Section 70 of Chapter 51 of the Statutes of 2019, according to a schedule provided by the Department of Finance.
6.The sum of $144,456,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Superintendent of Public Instruction for allocation to school districts and charter schools in the 2019–20 fiscal year pursuant to Section 42238.02 of the Education Code pursuant to the provisions in the 2019 Education Omnibus Trailer Bill for this purpose. Code.
9.The sum of $500,000 is hereby reappropriated to the State Department of Education for allocation to the San Diego Unified School District. The San Diego Unified School District shall use these moneys during the 2019–20 and 2020–21 fiscal years to support the education of homeless youth consistent with the requirements of Sections 721 to 726, inclusive, of the federal McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 U.S.C. Sec. 11301 et seq.).
10.The sum of $500,000 is hereby reappropriated to the State Department of Education for the Breakfast After the Bell program pursuant to Assembly Bill 75 or Senate Bill 75 of the 2019–20 Regular Session. Section 73 of Chapter 51 of the Statutes of 2019.

SEC. 72.

 Item 6120-161-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6120-161-0001—For local assistance, California State Library ........................

9,380,000
9,630,000
Schedule:
(1)5312-Library Development Services ........................
9,380,000
9,630,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,400,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Whittier Library.
2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Hunt Library.
3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Fillmore Library.
4.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Laguna Woods Library.
5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $280,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Pomona Public Library.
6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $200,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support improvements to the Isla Vista Library. a satellite library branch of the City of Goleta near Isla Vista.
7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $250,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support the Chinatown Planning Grant for the City and County of San Francisco.

SEC. 73.

 Item 6120-217-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6120-217-0001—For local assistance, California State Library ........................
8,500,000
Schedule:
(1)5312-Library Development Services ........................ 8,500,000
Provisions:
1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,000,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support grants to local libraries to acquire bookmobiles and bookmobiles, community outreach vehicles. vehicles, and other strategies to improve access.
2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,000,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support grants to local library jurisdictions to implement early learning and after school library programs.
3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to support the preservation of historical Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer sites.

SEC. 74.

 Item 6440-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6440-001-0001—For support of University of California ........................

3,597,795,000
3,597,955,000
Schedule:
(1)
5440-Support ........................

3,597,795,000
3,597,955,000
Provisions:
1.
This appropriation is exempt from Sections 6.00 and 31.00.
2.(a)
The Regents of the University of California shall implement measures to reduce the university’s cost structure.
(b)
The Legislature finds and declares that many state employees hold positions with comparable scope of responsibilities, complexity, breadth of job functions, experience requirements, and other relevant factors to those employees designated to be in the Senior Management Group pursuant to existing Regents policy.
(c)(1)
Therefore, at a minimum, the Regents shall, when considering compensation for any employee designated to be in the Senior Management Group, use a market reference zone that includes state employees.
(2)
At a minimum, the Regents shall include in a market reference zone all comparable positions from the lists included in subdivision (l) of Section 8 of Article III of the California Constitution and Article 1 (commencing with Section 11550) of Chapter 6 of Part 1 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code.
2.1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may reduce funds appropriated in this item by an amount equal to the estimated Cal Grant and Middle Class Scholarship Program cost increases caused by a 2019–20 academic year increase in systemwide tuition. No reduction may be authorized pursuant to this provision sooner than 30 days after the Director of Finance provides notice of the intended reduction to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
2.2.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 shall be used for the Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation.
3.(a)
The Controller shall transfer funds from this appropriation upon receipt of a report from the Department of Finance indicating the amount of debt service anticipated to become due and payable in the fiscal year associated with state general obligation bonds issued for university projects.
(b)
The Controller shall return funds to this appropriation upon receipt of a report from the Department of Finance.
4.
Payments made by the state to the University of California for each month from July through April shall not exceed one-twelfth of the amount appropriated in this item, less the amount that is expected to be transferred pursuant to Provision 3. Transfers of funds pursuant to Provision 3 shall not be considered payments made by the state to the university.
5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $119,800,000 shall be available to support operational costs.
5.2.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be available to support meal donation programs, food pantries serving students, CalFresh enrollment, and other means of directly providing nutrition assistance to students. The funds shall also be used to assist homeless and housing-insecure students in securing stable housing.
(b)The University of California shall report to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature by March 1, 2020, and each year thereafter regarding the use of funds specified in this provision. The report shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, all of the following information:
(1)The amount of funds distributed to campuses, and identification of which campuses received funds.
(2)For each campus, a programmatic budget summarizing how the funds were spent. The budget shall include any other funding used to supplement the General Fund.
(3)A description of the types of programs in which each campus invested.
(4)A list of campuses that accept or plan to accept electronic benefit transfer.
(5)A list of campuses that participate or plan to participate in the CalFresh Restaurant Meals Program.
(6)A list of campuses that offer or plan to offer emergency housing or assistance with long-term housing arrangements.
(7)A description of how campuses leveraged or coordinated with other state or local resources to address housing and food insecurity.
(8)An analysis describing how funds reduced food insecurity and homelessness among students, and, if feasible, how funds impacted student outcomes such as persistence or completion.
(9)Other findings and best practices implemented by campuses.
5.3.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be available to continue support of 2018–19 enrollment growth.
(b)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $49,900,000 shall be available to support the enrollment of 4,860 California resident undergraduate students by 2020–21 above 2018–19 levels.
5.4.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $5,300,000 shall be available to increase student mental health resources.
5.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,500,000 shall be available for the creation or expansion of equal opportunity employment programs. Funding shall be distributed to selected departments on campuses seeking to create or expand equal employment opportunity programs.
6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $143,536,000 shall be expended to address deferred maintenance projects that represent critical infrastructure deficiencies. Of this amount, up to $5,000,000 may be used to support an assessment of the University of California’s facilities needs. The amount allocated shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee 30 days before the release of funds and provide a list of projects and associated costs that the University of California plans to support with these funds.
6.2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be expended for outreach and provide student support services to low-income students and students from underrepresented minority groups, including students who were enrolled in high schools in which the enrollment of students who were unduplicated pupils as defined in Section 42238.02 of the Education Code is more than 75 percent of the total enrollment.
6.3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to the University of California San Francisco Dyslexia Center to support a dyslexia screening and early intervention pilot program.
6.4.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 shall be available to support rapid rehousing efforts assisting homeless and housing insecure students.
(b)Campuses shall establish ongoing partnerships with community organizations that have a tradition of helping populations experiencing homelessness to provide wrap-around services and rental subsidies for students. Funds appropriated in the item may be used for, but authorized uses are not limited to, the following activities:
(1)Connecting students with community case managers who have knowledge and expertise in accessing safety net resources.
(2)Establishing ongoing emergency housing procedures, including on-campus and off-campus resources.
(3)Providing emergency grants that are necessary to secure housing or to prevent the imminent loss of housing.
(c)Funding shall be allocated to campuses based on demonstrated need.
(d)The terms “homeless” and “housing insecure” shall be defined as students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are:
(1)Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
(2)Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
(3)Living in emergency or transitional shelters.
(4)Abandoned in hospitals.
(5)Living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.
(6)Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings.
(e)The University of California shall submit a report to the Director of Finance and, in conformity with Section 9795 of the Government Code, to the Legislature by July 15, 2020, and annually thereafter, regarding the use of these funds, including the number of coordinators hired, number of students served by campus, distribution of funds by campus, a description of the types of programs funded, and other relevant outcomes, such as the number of students that were able to secure permanent housing, and whether students receiving support remained enrolled at the institution or graduated.
6.5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 shall be used by the University of California to provide summer-term financial aid to any student who is eligible for state financial aid and is a California resident, including students receiving an exemption from nonresident tuition pursuant to Section 68130.5 of the Education Code. These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the University of California for summer-term financial aid. The Legislature finds and declares that this provision is a state law within the meaning of subdivision (d) of Section 1621 of Title 8 of the United States Code.
6.55.(a)The funding provided in Provision 6.5 shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code, contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.
6.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,299,000 shall be allocated for a statewide grant program expanding the number of primary care and emergency medicine residency slots.
6.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,915,000 shall be used for the Statewide Database, and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure through June 30, 2022.
6.8.Commencing with the 2019–20 fiscal year, the University of California and the University of California Davis campus shall not assess administrative costs or charges against the funds previously appropriated for support of subdivision (c) of Provision 4.2 of Item 6440-001-0001 of Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2016. It is the intent of the Legislature that funds previously appropriated for support of subdivision (c) of Provision 4.2 of Item 6440-001-0001 of Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2016 be directly allocated by the University of California to the University of California Davis Firearms Violence Research Center.
6.9.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be available on a one-time basis to develop or expand degree and certificate completion programs at University of California extension centers. The amount shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2024.
(b)Programs supported by this appropriation, at a minimum, shall meet the following conditions:
(1)Tuition and fees for the programs developed with these funds shall be commensurate with, or less than, the cost of providing the instruction. It is the intent of the Legislature that the cost to students of degree or certificate programs developed with these funds shall not exceed a reasonable proportion of the students’ wage or salary increase anticipated within the first ten years of expected employment following the completion of a degree or certificate.
(2)The University of California shall not use these funds to contract, directly or indirectly, with non-public, third-party entities, including but not limited to private for-profit and private non-profit institutions.
(c)The University of California shall submit, 30 days prior to the release of funds provided pursuant to this provision, a plan to the Department of Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee that includes:
(1)A budget plan and description of how funds will be used for initial planning, curriculum development, outreach, and other start-up costs for the new or expanded programs.
(2)Types of certificates, degrees and programs the University of California plans to develop or expand, which University of California extension locations will offer these programs, and how these programs meet regional labor market needs and student demand.
(3)The tuition and fees for each certificate, degree and program.
(4)The estimated number of students, by extension campus location and home institution, that will participate in the program.
(5)Information on types of financial aid, including state, federal, and institutional financial aid and loans that students in these programs may be eligible to receive.
(6)A long-term plan that describes how these programs will be self-supported after the initial start-up.
(d)The University of California shall report biennially, beginning on June 30, 2021, to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature regarding all University of California extension programs. The report shall, at a minimum, include:
(1)A description of each extension program and how it meets regional labor market needs and student demand.
(2)A description of current re-entry options and programs, and recommendations on how to improve access and success in these programs.
(3)The completion rates of programs developed.
(4)The total cost of attendance for extension programs.
(5)The number of students and financial aid recipients, by campus and program that complete their degree or program.
(6)Demographics of students served, disaggregated by race, ethnicity, gender, age, and other factors, provided that disaggregating the data by these categories does not yield results that would reveal personally identifiable information about an individual student.
(7)An explanation of the circumstances under which extension students may use federal grants and loans for these programs, pursuant to Title IV of the Higher Education Act.
(8)The estimated number of financial aid recipients, disaggregated by financial award type and the average financial award amount.
(9)A list of contracts with third-party entities used by University of California extension for educational programs, including but not limited to contracts for the development of course materials, administration of the programs, or the provision of instruction. For purposes of this paragraph, “third-party entities” does not include California community colleges, the California State University or the University of California.
6.95.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $250,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis for the Underground Scholars Initiative at the University of California Berkeley campus.
7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to establish the University of California and California State University Collaborative for Neurodiversity and Learning. This funding shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2024.
7.1.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis to the Center for Labor Research and Education at the University of California Berkeley campus.
7.2.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,850,000 is provided on a one-time basis for allocation to the University of California, Davis Firearms Violence Research Center to support firearms injury and death prevention training.
7.3.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support conservation genomics.
7.4.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis for grants administered by the Wildlife Health Center at the Davis campus to local marine mammal stranding networks.
7.5.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Davis Bulosan Center for Filipino Studies.
7.6.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Department at the University of California Berkeley. These funds may be transferred into an endowment held by the Regents of the University of California, provided that the endowment payout is used to support the Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies Department at the University of California Berkeley.
7.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $1,200,000 is provided on a one-time basis to establish the Marcus Foster doctoral fellowship program at the University of California Berkeley Graduate School of Education.
7.8.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $2,500,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Los Angeles Latino Policy and Politics Initiative.
7.9.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,500,000 is provided on a one-time basis to support the University of California Los Angeles Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies.
8.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $7,500,000 shall be allocated on a one-time basis to the Charles R. Drew University for the following purposes:
(1)$5,000,000 for enrollment growth and student support services.
(2)$2,500,000 for academic facilities upgrades.
(b)These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the University of California to the Charles R. Drew University.
9.Notwithstanding Section 92495 of the Education Code, the University of California is authorized to pursue a medical school project at the Riverside campus pursuant to Sections 92493 to 92496, inclusive, of the Education Code. It is the intent of the Legislature that this item be augmented in subsequent fiscal years to support the debt service for bonds associated with this project.
10.Notwithstanding Section 92495 of the Education Code, the University of California is authorized to pursue a medical school project at, or near, the Merced campus pursuant to Sections 92493 to 92496, inclusive, of the Education Code. It is the intent of the Legislature that this item be augmented in subsequent budget years to support the debt service for bonds associated with this project.
11.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $160,000 is for the University of California Davis School of Veterinary Medicine for a humane management tool for wild horse populations.

SEC. 75.

 Item 6610-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6610-001-0001—For support of California State University ........................
4,296,054,000
Schedule:
(1)
5560-Support ........................
4,296,054,000
Provisions:
1.
This appropriation is exempt from Sections 6.00 and 31.00.
1.1.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $193,000,000 is provided to support operational costs.
1.2.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $85,000,000 is for enrollment of an additional 10,000 full-time equivalent resident undergraduate students beginning in the 2019–20 academic year, compared to the number of full-time equivalent students enrolled in the 2018–19 academic year.
(b)It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be used to enroll new students at the university.
1.3.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $75,000,000 is provided for the Graduation Initiative, of which $30,000,000 is provided on a one-time basis.
(b)
As a condition of receiving these funds, the California State University shall report to the Legislature by January 15, 2021, regarding:
(1)
The amount each California State University campus spent on the Graduation Initiative in 2019–20.
(2)
How specifically these funds were spent in 2019–20.
(3)
A narrative on how these spending activities are linked to research on best practices for student success.
(4)
Campus data indicating whether these activities are achieving their desired effect.
(5)
A description for each campus on its efforts and spending activity to close the achievement gap for low-income students, historically underrepresented students, and first-generation college students.
(6)
Growth in management, faculty, and support staff positions in 2019–20 when compared to 2018–19, and how this employee growth advances student success.
1.4.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, $3,300,000 is provided to support Project Rebound. As a condition of receiving these funds, the California State University shall, no later than April 1, 2020, and annually each year thereafter, report to the Department of Finance and the relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature regarding the California State University’s use of these funds, program enrollment, and student outcomes. The report shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
(a)An expenditure plan.
(b)The amount of other funds, including Graduation Initiative funding and philanthropic grants, each campus is using to support Project Rebound students in 2019–20.
(c)A description of educational and support services each Project Rebound campus provides to students and potential students.
(d)How Project Rebound programs coordinate with other campus student support services and statewide and local programs available to formerly incarcerated individuals.
(e)Student enrollment in Project Rebound, disaggregated by race, ethnicity, gender, and age, as well as first-time freshmen, transfer students, undergraduate students, and graduate students.
(f)Outcomes associated with the program, including student retention, graduation, and recidivism rates.
(g)Any plans to expand Project Rebound to other California State University campuses.
1.45.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $35,000,000 shall be expended to increase the number of tenure-track faculty pursuant to the Graduation Initiative. Funds shall be used to hire full-time, tenure-track faculty above and beyond the university’s 11,228 current tenure-track faculty. The California State University shall give consideration to qualified existing lecturers that apply for tenure-track faculty positions.
(b)By October 2019 the California State University shall provide a plan to the Legislature for allocating the funds designated in subdivision (a) to campuses and their expected hiring amounts.
(c)No later than December 1, 2020, and every two years thereafter until funds are fully allocated, the California State University shall report to the Legislature on how the funding allocated in this provision was spent to increase the number of tenure-track faculty.
(d)The California State University shall use evidence-based equal employment opportunity practices to improve faculty diversity for the purposes of reflecting the student population enrolled at the California State University.
1.5.
Of the funds appropriated in this item, the following amounts are provided on a one-time basis:
(a)
$239,000,000 for deferred maintenance costs or to expand campus-based childcare facility infrastructure to support student parents. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee 30 days before the release of funds and provide a list of projects to be supported by these funds.
(b)
$15,000,000 for basic needs partnerships. The California State University shall report to the Department of Finance and relevant policy and fiscal committees of the Legislature by March 1, 2020, regarding the use of funds specified in this subdivision. The report shall include, but not necessarily be limited to, all of the following information:
(1)The amount of funds distributed to campuses, and identification of which campuses received funds.
(2)For each campus, a programmatic budget summarizing how the funds were spent. The budget shall include any other funding used to supplement the General Fund.
(3)A description of the types of programs in which each campus invested.
(4)A list of campuses that accept or plan to accept electronic benefit transfer.
(5)A list of campuses that participate or plan to participate in the CalFresh Restaurant Meals Program.
(6)A list of campuses that offer or plan to offer emergency housing or assistance with long-term housing arrangements.
(7)A description of how campuses leveraged or coordinated with other state or local resources to address housing and food insecurity.
(8)An analysis describing how funds reduced food insecurity and homelessness among students, and, if feasible, how funds impacted student outcomes such as persistence or completion.
(9)Other findings and best practices implemented by campuses.
(c)$2,000,000 for the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University, in consultation with the Department of Finance, to undertake a review of a potential California State University campus in Concord, Chula Vista, Palm Desert, and the County of San Mateo. By July 1, 2020, the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University shall report to the Director of Finance and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on the potential need for new California State University campuses located in each of those identified regions. The reports shall, at a minimum, include the following:
(1)Anticipated benefits of new California State University campuses in the identified regions, including benefits to local students, the regional economy, and students across the state.
(2)Information on how potential campuses in the identified regions would affect the long-term plans of the Board of Trustees of the California State University, including (i) the projected enrollment demand from local public and private high schools; (ii) the projected enrollment demand from local community colleges; and (iii) the estimated effects on existing California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.
(3)Impacts of potential campuses on the California State University’s capital expenditure debt limitations pursuant to Section 89773 of the Education Code.
(4)An initial identification of sites available for potential campuses in the identified regions.
(5)A timeline for the development of each of the potential campuses in the identified regions, including, at a minimum, the timeframes when (i) potential campus sites would be approved for an environmental impact report; (ii) a capital outlay plan would be submitted for review by the Department of Finance; (iii) a president would be chosen for the campus; (iv) a curriculum would be developed that places a focus on graduating first-time freshmen students in four years and transfer students in two years; (v) staff and faculty would be hired; and (vi) the campus would be expected to start enrolling new students.
(6)A description of how campuses in the identified regions are expected to affect the California State University’s automatic redirection policies established pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Statutes of 2017.
(7)An enrollment plan for the new university that incorporates the long-range enrollment projection needs of the state.
(8)Initial estimates of the financial cost for the potential campuses, including capital outlay and ongoing operational expenses.
(d)$2,000,000 for the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University, in consultation with the Department of Finance, to undertake a review of a potential California State University campus in San Joaquin County. The California State University Chancellor’s Office shall report to the Director of Finance and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee by July 1, 2020, on the potential need for a California State University campus located in San Joaquin County. The report shall, at a minimum, include:
(1)Anticipated benefits of a California State University campus in the County of San Joaquin, including benefits to local students, the regional economy, and students across the state.
(2)Information on how a potential campus in the County of San Joaquin would affect the long-term plans of the California State University Board Of Trustees, including the following:
(A)Projected enrollment demand from local public and private high schools.
(B)Projected enrollment demand from local community colleges.
(C)Estimated effects on existing California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.
(3)Impacts of a potential County of San Joaquin campus on the California State University’s capital expenditure debt limitations pursuant to Section 89773 of the Education Code.
(4)An initial identification of sites available for the potential campus.
(5)A timeline for the development of the potential campus, including timeframes when, at minimum:
(A)Potential campus sites would be approved for an environmental impact report.
(B)A capital outlay plan would be submitted to the Department of Finance for review.
(C)A president would be chosen for the campus.
(D)A curriculum would be developed that places a focus on graduating first-time freshmen students in four years and transfer students in two years.
(E)Staff and faculty would be hired.
(F)The campus would be expected to start enrolling new students.
(6)A description of how a campus in the County of San Joaquin is expected to affect the California State University’s automatic redirection policies established pursuant to Chapter 14 of the Statutes of 2017.
(7)An enrollment plan for the new university that incorporates the long-range enrollment projection needs of the state.
(8)Initial estimates of the potential campus’ financial costs, including one-time capital outlay and ongoing operational expenses.
(e)$740,000 to support a First Star Foster Youth Program Cohort and at the California State University, Sacramento.
(f)$3,000,000 to establish a California State University Center to Close Achievement Gaps.
(g)$3,000,000 for the California State University to increase enrollment in graduate specialist programs in speech and language pathology. These funds shall be available for four years. By July 1, 2021, and July 1, 2023, the Office of the Chancellor of the California State University shall report to the Legislature regarding the number or of enrollees, graduates, and job placement.
(h)$5,000,000 for the California State University, Channel Islands to develop a childcare center.
(i)$11,500,000 for the California Council on Science and Technology Policy Fellows Program.
(j)$3,000,000 for the California State University Council on Ocean Affairs, Science, and Technology.
(k)$700,000 for the Mervyn Dymally Institute, located at the California State University, Dominguez Hills.
(l)$250,000 for the California State University, San Jose to plan for a mixed-use housing project.
1.6.(a)Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,500,000 shall be available to support rapid rehousing efforts assisting homeless and housing insecure students.
(b)Campuses shall establish ongoing partnerships with community organizations that have a tradition of helping populations experiencing homelessness to provide wrap-around services and rental subsidies for homeless and housing insecure students. Funds appropriated in this item may be used for, but are not limited to, the following authorized activities:
(1)Connecting students with community case managers who have knowledge and expertise in accessing safety net resources.
(2)Establishing ongoing emergency housing procedures, including on-campus and off-campus resources.
(3)Providing emergency grants that are necessary to secure housing or to prevent the imminent loss of housing.
(c)Funding shall be allocated to campuses based on demonstrated need.
(d)“Homeless” and “housing insecure” mean students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are:
(1)Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
(2)Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
(3)Living in emergency or transitional shelters.
(4)Abandoned in hospitals.
(5)Living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.
(6)Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings.
(e)By July 15, 2020, and annually thereafter, the California State University shall submit a report to the Director of Finance and, in conformity with Section 9795 of the Government Code, to the Legislature regarding the use of these funds, including the number of coordinators hired, the number of students served by campus, the distribution of funds by campus, a description of the types of programs funded, and other relevant outcomes, such as the number of students who were able to secure permanent housing, and whether students receiving support remained enrolled at the institution or graduated.
1.7.Of the funds appropriated in this item, $6,000,000 shall be used by the California State University to provide summer-term financial aid to any student who is eligible for state financial aid and who is a California resident, including students receiving an exemption from nonresident tuition pursuant to Section 68130.5 of the Education Code. These funds shall be used to supplement and not supplant existing funds provided by the California State University for summer-term financial aid. The Legislature finds and declares that this provision is a state law within the meaning of Section 1621(d) of Title 8 of the United States Code.
1.75.(a)The funding provided in Provision 1.7 shall be suspended on December 31, 2021, unless the condition in subdivision (b) applies.
(b)The suspension shall not take effect if the estimates of General Fund revenues and expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, as determined pursuant to Section 12.5 of Article IV of the California Constitution that accompany the May Revision required to be released by May 14, 2021, pursuant to Section 13308 of the Government Code contain estimated annual General Fund revenues that exceed estimated annual General Fund expenditures for the 2021–22 and 2022–23 fiscal years, by an amount equal to or greater than the sum total of all General Fund appropriations for all programs subject to suspension pursuant to this act and all bills providing for appropriations related to this act.
(c)It is the intent of the Legislature to consider alternative solutions to restore this program if the suspension takes effect.
2.(a)
The Controller shall transfer funds from this appropriation as follows:
(1)
For base rental as and when provided for in the schedule submitted by the State Public Works Board. Notwithstanding the payment dates in any related Facility Lease or Indenture, the schedule may provide for an earlier transfer of funds to ensure debt requirements are met and pay base rental in full when due.
(2)
For additional rental no later than 30 days after enactment of this budget, $58,000 of the amount appropriated in this item to the Expense Account in the Public Buildings Construction Fund.
(3)
For debt service anticipated to become due and payable in the fiscal year associated with state general obligation bonds issued for university projects upon receipt of any report from the Department of Finance.
(b)
The Controller shall return funds to this appropriation if directed pursuant to a report from the Department of Finance.
2.1.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may reduce funds appropriated in this item by an amount equal to the estimated Cal Grant and Middle Class Scholarship program cost increases caused by a 2019–20 academic year increase in systemwide tuition. A reduction shall not be authorized pursuant to this provision sooner than 30 days after the Director of Finance provides notice of the intended reduction to the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee.
3.
Payments made by the state to the California State University for each month from July through April shall not exceed one-twelfth of the amount appropriated in this item, less the amount that is expected to be transferred pursuant to Provision 2. Transfers of funds pursuant to Provision 2 shall not be considered payments made by the state to the university.

SEC. 76.

 Item 6870-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6870-101-0001—For local assistance, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges (Proposition 98) ........................
4,271,222,000
Schedule:
(1)
5670015-Apportionments ........................
2,866,619,000
(2)
5670019-Apprenticeship ........................
43,693,000
(3)
5670023-Apprenticeship Training and Instruction ........................
35,749,000
(4)
5675040-Student Equity and Achievement Program ........................
475,220,000
(5)
5675019-Student Financial Aid Administration ........................
76,007,000
(6)
5675027-Disabled Students ........................
124,288,000
(7)
5675031-Student Services for CalWORKs Recipients ........................
46,941,000
(8)
5675035-Foster Care Education Program ........................
5,654,000
(9)5675109-Institutional Effectiveness ........................ 27,500,000
(10)
5675061-Academic Senate for the Community Colleges ........................
1,685,000
(11)
5675069-Equal Employment Opportunity ........................
2,767,000
(12)
5675073-Part-Time Faculty Health Insurance ........................
490,000
(13)
5675077-Part-Time Faculty Compensation ........................
24,907,000
(14)
5675081-Part-Time Faculty Office Hours ........................
12,172,000
(15)
5675098-Integrated Technology ........................
41,890,000
(16)
5675119-Economic Development ........................
264,207,000
(17)
5675123-Transfer Education and Articulation ........................
779,000
(18)
5675023-Extended Opportunity Programs and Services ........................
132,691,000
(19)
5675115-Fund for Student Success ........................
47,940,000
(20)
5675150-Campus Childcare Tax Bailout ........................
3,645,000
(21)
5675156-Nursing Program Support ........................
13,378,000
(22)
5670035-Expand the Delivery of Courses through Technology ........................
23,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item are for transfer by the Controller during the 2019–20 fiscal year to Section B of the State School Fund.
2.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (1) shall be allocated using the budget formula established pursuant to Section 84750.4 of the Education Code. The budget formula shall be adjusted to reflect the following:
(1)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $24,727,000 shall be used to increase statewide growth of full-time equivalent students (FTES) by 0.55 percent.
(2)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $230,006,000 shall be used to reflect a cost-of-living adjustment of 3.26 percent.
(3)
Notwithstanding paragraph (1), the Chancellor’s Office may allocate unused growth funding to backfill any unanticipated shortfalls in the total amount of funding appropriated and support the budget formula established pursuant to Section 84750.4 of the Education Code.
(b)
Funds allocated to a community college district from funds included in Schedule (1) shall directly offset any mandated costs claimed for the Minimum Conditions for State Aid (02-TC-25 and 02-TC-31) program or any costs of complying with Section 84754.5 of the Education Code.
(c)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1):
(1)
$100,000 is for a maintenance allowance, pursuant to Section 54200 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.
(2)
Up to $500,000 is to reimburse colleges for the costs of federal aid repayments related to assessed fees for fee waiver recipients. This reimbursement only applies to students who completely withdraw from college before the census date pursuant to Section 58508 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations.
(d)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $42,569,000 $85,138,000 shall be allocated to support the first academic year of the California College Promise pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 76396) of Chapter 2 of Part 47 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(e)

Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $42,569,000 shall be allocated to support extending the California College Promise to a second academic year, pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 76396) of Chapter 2 of Part 47 of Division 2 of Title 3 of the Education Code.

(f)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (1), $50,000,000 shall be used to hire new full-time faculty for community college districts to increase their percentage of full-time faculty, toward meeting the 75 percent full-time faculty target. The Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges shall consult with representatives from the Department of Finance, the Legislature, and the Legislative Analyst’s Office before distributing these funds to community college districts.
3.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (2) shall be available pursuant to Article 3 (commencing with Section 79140) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(b)
Pursuant to Section 79149.3 of the Education Code, the reimbursement rate shall be $6.45 per hour.
(c)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (2), $15,000,000 shall be used for the California Apprenticeship Initiative pursuant to Section 79148.1 of the Education Code. Funds appropriated pursuant to this subdivision shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022. 2025.
4.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (3) shall be available pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 8150) of Chapter 1 of Part 6 of Division 1 of Title 1 of the Education Code.
(b)
Pursuant to Section 8152 of the Education Code, the reimbursement rate shall be $6.45 per hour.
5.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (4) shall be apportioned to community college districts pursuant to Section 78222 of the Education Code.
6.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (5):
(1)
Not less than $15,170,000 is available to provide $0.91 per unit reimbursement to community college districts for the provision of California College Promise Grants pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code.
(2)
Not less than $15,337,000 is available for the Board Financial Assistance Program to provide reimbursement of 2 percent of total waiver value to community college districts for the provision of California College Promise Grants pursuant to paragraph (2) of subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code.
(3)(A)
$5,300,000 shall be allocated to a community college district to conduct a statewide media campaign to promote the following message: (i) the California Community Colleges are affordable, (ii) financial aid is available to cover fees and help with books and other costs, and (iii) an interested student should contact the student’s local community college financial aid office. The campaign should target efforts to reach low-income and disadvantaged students who must overcome barriers in accessing postsecondary education. The community college district awarded the contract shall consult regularly with the chancellor and the Student Aid Commission.
(B)
Of the amount identified in subparagraph (A), $2,500,000 shall be allocated to expand: (i) outreach for students from non-English speaking households and bilingual households, (ii) marketing and outreach aimed at baccalaureate degree pilot programs, and (iii) marketing and outreach aimed at increasing current and future student awareness of the California College Promise Grant. Bilingual efforts shall target areas of the state that meet at least one of the following conditions: (i) have concentrations of non-English speaking and bilingual households, or (ii) have underserved populations, a history of declining community college attendance, or both.
(4)
Not more than $35,200,000 shall be for direct contact with potential and current financial aid applicants. Each California Community College campus shall receive a minimum allocation of $50,000. The remainder of the funding shall be allocated to campuses based upon a formula reflecting FTES weighted by a measure of low-income populations demonstrated by the California College Promise Grant program participation within a district.
(5)
Funds allocated to a community college district pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2) shall supplement, not supplant, the level of funds allocated for the administration of student financial aid programs during the 2001–02 or 2006–07 fiscal year, whichever is greater.
(6)
Funding allocated to a community college district pursuant to paragraphs (1) and (2) shall directly offset any costs claimed by that district for any of the following mandates: Enrollment Fee Collection (99-TC-13), Enrollment Fee Waivers (00-TC-15), Cal Grants (02-TC-28), and Tuition Fee Waivers (02-TC-21).
(7)
Notwithstanding subdivision (m) of Section 76300 of the Education Code or any other provision of law, the amount of funds appropriated for the purpose of administering fee waivers for the 2019–20 fiscal year shall be determined in this act.
(8)
Not more than $5,000,000 shall be for ongoing maintenance, subscription, and training costs for financial aid technology advancements and innovations that streamline the financial aid verification process and enable colleges to more efficiently process state and federal financial aid grants. It is the intent of the Legislature that system improvements supported by this funding have the effect of reducing the manual processing of financial aid applications, thereby enabling financial aid program staff to provide additional technical assistance and guidance to students seeking financial aid. The Chancellor’s Office shall determine the methodology for allocating these funds to community college districts.
7.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (6) shall be used to assist districts in funding the excess direct instructional cost of providing special support services or instruction, or both, to disabled students enrolled at community colleges and for state hospital programs, as mandated by federal law.
(b)
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (6):
(1)
At least $3,945,000 shall be used to address deficiencies identified by the United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.
(2)
At least $943,000 shall be used to support the High Tech Centers for activities including, but not limited to, training of district employees, staff, and students in the use of specialized computer equipment for the disabled.
(3)
At least $9,600,000 shall be allocated to community college districts for sign language interpreter services, real-time captioning equipment, or other communication accommodations for hearing-impaired students. A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $4 received pursuant to this paragraph.
(4)
$642,000 shall be allocated for state hospital adult education programs at the hospitals served by the Coast and Kern Community College Districts.
8.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (7) shall be allocated pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section 79200) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(b)
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (7):
(1)
$9,488,000 is for childcare, except that a community college district may request that the chancellor approve the use of funds for other purposes.
(2)
No less than $5,060,000 shall be used to provide direct workstudy wage reimbursement for students served under this program, and $633,000 is available for campus job development and placement services.
(c)

A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $1 received pursuant to this provision, except for any funds received pursuant to paragraph (1) of subdivision (b).

9.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (8) shall be allocated to community college districts to provide foster and relative or kinship care education and training pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 79420) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code. A community college district shall ensure that education and training required pursuant to Sections 1529.1 and 1529.2 of the Health and Safety Code and Section 16003 of the Welfare and Institutions Code receive priority.
10.(a)
Of the amount included in Schedule (9):
(3)(A)
$7,500,000 may be used by the chancellor to provide technical assistance to community college districts that demonstrate low performance in any area of operations. It is the intent of the Legislature that technical assistance providers be contracted in a cost-effective manner, that they primarily consist of experts who are current and former employees of the California Community Colleges, and that they provide technical assistance consistent with the vision for the California Community Colleges.
(B)
Technical assistance funded pursuant to this paragraph that is initiated by the chancellor may be provided at no cost to the district. If a community college district requests technical assistance, the district is required to spend at least $1 from local or other resources for every $2 received as determined by the chancellor.
(4)(A)
$20,000,000 may be used by the chancellor to provide regional and online workshops and trainings to community college personnel to promote statewide priorities, including, but not limited to, strategies to improve student achievement; strategies to improve community college operations; and system leadership training to better coordinate planning and implementation of statewide initiatives in alignment with the Board of Governors’ Vision for Success. To the extent possible, the chancellor shall partner with existing statewide initiatives with proven results of improving student success and institutional effectiveness. Each fiscal year, the chancellor shall submit a report on the use of funds appropriated pursuant to paragraphs (3) and (4) of this provision in the prior year to the Department of Finance and the Joint Legislative Budget Committee no later than December 31 of each year. This report shall include information regarding California Community Colleges’ participation in the activities funded pursuant to paragraphs (3) and (4) of this provision.
(B)
Funding available pursuant to this paragraph may be utilized by the chancellor to coordinate with community college districts to conduct policy research, and develop and disseminate effective practices through the establishment of an online clearinghouse of information. The development of effective practices shall include, but not be limited to, statewide priorities such as the development of educational programs or courses for the incarcerated adults in prisons and jails, and the formerly incarcerated, educational programs or courses for California Conservation Corps members, and other effective practices. The online clearinghouse of information shall also reflect effective practices, guidance, policies, curriculum, courses, and programs developed by local community colleges in support of the Strong Workforce Program established pursuant to Part 54.5 (commencing with Section 88820) of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(C)
It is the intent of the Legislature to encourage the chancellor to facilitate the development of local community college courses for the California Conservation Corps and the incarcerated adults in prisons and jails, and the formerly incarcerated. The Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation and the California Conservation Corps are encouraged to partner with the chancellor’s office in the development and dissemination of local community college courses and effective practices pursuant to this subparagraph and subparagraph (B).
11.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (10), $685,000 is available to support the Academic Senate of the California Community Colleges course identification numbering system efforts and shall be subject to the requirements of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (5) of subdivision (b) of Section 70901 of the Education Code.
12.
The funds in Schedule (13) shall be allocated to increase compensation for part-time faculty. Funds shall be allocated to districts based on the total actual number of FTES in the previous fiscal year, with an adjustment to the allocations provided to small districts. These funds shall be used to assist districts in making part-time faculty salaries more comparable to full-time salaries for similar work, as determined through collective bargaining in each community college district. If a community college district achieves parity between compensation for full-time faculty and part-time faculty, funds received pursuant to this provision may be used for any other educational purpose.
13.(a)
The funds appropriated in Schedule (15) shall be allocated by the chancellor for the following purposes:
(1)
Procurement, development, evaluation, and upgrading of high priority systemwide technology tools and infrastructure including, but not limited to, e-transcript, e-planning, and other tools to assist colleges to implement multiple measures of assessment pursuant to Chapter 745 of the Statutes of 2017, and technologies that facilitate portability of education credentials.
(2)
Provision of access to statewide multimedia hosting and delivery services for colleges and districts.
(3)
Provision of systemwide internet, audio bridging, data security, and telephony.
(4)
Services related to technology use, including accessibility guidance and information security.
(5)
Technology product development and program management, technical assistance and planning, and cooperative purchase agreements.
(6)
Ongoing faculty and staff development related to technology use and adoption.
(7)
Ongoing support of the California Partnership for Achieving Student Success (Cal-PASS) program.
(8)
Ongoing support for programs designed to use technology in assisting accreditation and the alignment of curricula across K–20 segments in California, as well as to support integration and interoperability toward an improved student experience.
(9)
Support for technology pilots and ongoing technology programs and applications that serve to maximize the utility and economy of scale of the technology investments of the community college system toward improving learning outcomes.
(10)
Up to 5 percent of the funds may be allocated by the chancellor to a community college district for statewide activities, not limited to statewide technical assistance to evaluate, plan, and continuously improve the system’s data and technology roadmap and deployment.
(b)
Any funds not allocated pursuant to subdivision (a) of this provision shall be available for allocations to districts to maintain technology capabilities.
14.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (16):
(a)
$22,929,000 is available for the following purposes:
(1)
Up to 10 percent may be allocated for state-level technical assistance, including statewide network leadership, organizational development, coordination, and information and support services.
(2)
All remaining funds shall be allocated for programs that target investments in priority and emergent sectors, including statewide and/or regional centers, hubs, collaborative communities, advisory bodies, and short-term grants. Short-term grants may include industry-driven regional education and training, Responsive Incumbent Worker Training, and Job Development Incentive Training. Funds allocated pursuant to this provision may be used to provide substantially similar services in support of the Strong Workforce Program.
(3)
Funds applied to performance-based training shall be matched by a minimum of $1 contributed by private businesses or industry for each $1 of state funds. The chancellor shall consider the level of involvement and financial commitments of business and industry in making awards for performance-based training.
(b)(1)
$241,278,000 shall be available to support the Strong Workforce Program pursuant to Part 54.5 (commencing with Section 88820) of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(2)
In addition to the amount provided in Schedule (16) to support the Strong Workforce Program, other funding is available to support this program in Provision 1 of Item 6870-488 in this Budget Act.
15.(a)(1)$698,000 of the funds appropriated in Schedule (17) shall be used to support transfer and articulation projects and common course numbering projects.
(2)Funding provided to community college districts shall directly offset any costs claimed by community college districts to be mandates to pursuant to Chapter 737 of the Statutes of 2004.
(b)$81,000 of the funds appropriated in Schedule (17) shall be used to support the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Transfer Pathway program, which helps develop transfer guarantee agreements that help facilitate a smooth transition for students from the California Community Colleges to partnered HBCU institutions.
16.(a)
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (18):
(1)
$115,867,000 shall be used pursuant to Article 8 (commencing with Section 69640) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code. Funds provided in this item for Extended Opportunity Programs and Services shall be available to students on all campuses within the California Community Colleges system.
(2)
$16,824,000 shall be used for funding, at all colleges, the Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education program in accordance with Article 4 (commencing with Section 79150) of Chapter 9 of Part 48 of Division 7 of Title 3 of the Education Code. The chancellor shall allocate these funds to local programs on the basis of need for student services.
(b)
Of the amount allocated pursuant to subdivision (a), no less than $4,972,000 shall be available to support additional textbook assistance grants to community college students.
17.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (19) shall be used for the following purposes:
(a)
$1,984,000 shall be used for the Puente Project to support up to 75 colleges. These funds are available if matched by $200,000 of private funds and if the participating community colleges and University of California campuses maintain their 1995–96 fiscal year support level for the Puente Project. All funding shall be allocated directly to participating districts in accordance with their participation agreement.
(b)
Up to $2,539,000 is for the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program. A community college district is required to spend $1 from local or other resources for every $1 received pursuant to this subdivision.
(c)
No less than $1,836,000 is for the Middle College High School Program. With the exception of special part-time students at the community colleges pursuant to Sections 48802 and 76001 of the Education Code, student workload based on participation in the Middle College High School Program shall not be eligible for community college state apportionment.
(d)
No less than $2,581,000 is for the Umoja program.
(e)Consistent with the intent of Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014 and Chapter 772 of the Statutes of 2017, the chancellor shall enter into agreements with 20 community college districts to provide additional services in support of postsecondary education for foster youth. Up to $20,000,000 of the funds appropriated in this item shall be prioritized for services pursuant to Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014 and Chapter 772 of the Statutes of 2017. Further, the chancellor shall ensure that the list of eligible expenditures developed pursuant to subdivision (d) of Section 78221 of the Education Code includes expenditures that are consistent with the intent of Chapter 771 of the Statutes of 2014 and Chapter 772 of the Statutes of 2017.
(f)$10,000,000 of the funds appropriated in this item shall be for support of Veteran Resource Centers. To the extent funding is provided in the annual Budget Act, the chancellor shall only allocate funding to community colleges that commit to either meeting or making progress towards meeting the minimum standards developed by the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges.
(g)(1)Colleges shall establish ongoing partnerships with community organizations that have a tradition of helping populations experiencing homelessness to provide wraparound services and rental subsidies for homeless and housing insecure students. $9,000,000 of the funds appropriated in Schedule (19) may be used for, but are not limited to, the following authorized activities:
(A)Connecting students with community case managers who have knowledge and expertise in accessing safety net resources.
(B)Establishing ongoing emergency housing procedures, including on-campus and off-campus resources.
(C)Providing emergency grants that are necessary to secure housing or to prevent the imminent loss of housing.
(2)Funding shall be allocated to campuses based on demonstrated need.
(3)“Homeless” and “housing insecure” mean students who lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence. This includes students who are:
(A)Sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economic hardship, or a similar reason.
(B)Living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camping grounds due to the lack of alternative adequate accommodations.
(C)Living in emergency or transitional shelters.
(D)Abandoned in hospitals.
(E)Living in a primary nighttime residence that is a public or private place not designed for or ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation for human beings.
(F)Living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations, or similar settings.
(4)By July 15, 2020, and annually thereafter, the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges shall submit a report to the Director of Finance and, in conformity with Section 9795 of the Government Code, to the Legislature regarding the use of these funds, including the number of coordinators hired, the number of students served by campus, the distribution of funds by campus, a description of the types of programs funded, and other relevant outcomes, such as the number of students who were able to secure permanent housing, and whether students receiving support remained enrolled at the institution or graduated.
18.
The funds appropriated in Schedule (20) shall be allocated by the chancellor to community college districts that levied childcare permissive override taxes in the 1977–78 fiscal year pursuant to Sections 8329 and 8330 of the Education Code in an amount proportional to the property tax revenues, tax relief subventions, and state aid required to be made available by the district to its childcare and development program for the 1979–80 fiscal year pursuant to Section 30 of Chapter 1035 of the Statutes of 1979, increased or decreased by any cost-of-living adjustment granted in subsequent fiscal years. These funds shall be used only for the purpose of community college childcare and development programs.
19.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (21):
(a)
$8,475,000 shall be used to provide support for nursing programs.
(b)
$4,903,000 shall be used for diagnostic and support services, preentry coursework, alternative program delivery model development, and other services to reduce the incidence of student attrition in nursing programs.
20.
Of the funds appropriated in Schedule (22):
(a)
$20,000,000 shall be allocated to the chancellor to increase the number of courses available through the use of technology, provide alternative methods for students to earn college credit, and support the California Virtual Campus Distance Education Program. These funds may be used to pay for a consistent learning management system to help implement this program. The chancellor shall ensure, to the extent possible, that the following conditions are satisfied:
(1)
These courses can be articulated across all community college districts.
(2)
These courses are made available to students systemwide, regardless of the campus at which a student is enrolled.
(3)
Students who complete these courses are granted degree-applicable credit across community colleges.
(4)
These funds shall be used for those courses that have the highest demand, fill quickly, and are prerequisites for many different degrees.
(b)
By September 1 of each fiscal year, up to $3,000,000 shall be disbursed by the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges to one or more community college districts to provide textbooks or digital course content to inmates under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation who are enrolled in one or more California Community College courses. The provision of this material is expected to enable community college districts to provide instruction to incarcerated adults.
(1)
To the extent possible, community college districts providing textbooks or digital course content pursuant to this paragraph are encouraged to first use open educational resources.
(2)
Notwithstanding any other law, a contract between the Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges and a community college district for purposes of this subdivision is not subject to any competitive bidding requirements of Section 10340 of the Public Contract Code.
21.
The Office of the Chancellor of the California Community Colleges shall annually report by December 1 of each year through 2021, on the racial or ethnic and gender composition of faculty, and efforts to assist campuses in providing equal employment opportunity in faculty recruitment and hiring practices as well as systemwide training, monitoring, and compliance activities.

SEC. 77.

 Item 6870-101-3273 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
6870-101-3273—For local assistance, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, payable from the Employment Opportunity Fund ........................
339,000
Schedule:
(1)5675069-Equal Employment Opportunity ........................ 339,000
Provisions:
1.The funds appropriated in this item are provided to promote equal employment opportunities in hiring and promotion at community college districts and shall be spent pursuant to section 87108 of the Education Code and associated regulations.

SEC. 78.

 Item 6870-302-6087 is added to Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019, to read:
6870-302-6087—For capital outlay, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges, payable from the 2016 California Community College Capital Outlay Bond Fund ........................
517,000
Schedule:
(1)0001602-Pasadena Community College District, Pasadena City College: Armen Sarafian Building Seismic Replacement ........................ 517,000
(a)Construction ........................ 517,000

SEC. 79.

 Item 6870-488 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6870-488—Reappropriation, Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the balances of the following items are available for reappropriation for the purposes specified in Provision 1:
0001—​General Fund
(1)
$4,981,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amounts appropriated for apportionments in Schedule (1) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as amended by Chapter 33 of the Statutes of 2018.
(2)
$310,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amounts appropriated for Economic Development in Schedule (16) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as amended by Ch. 33, Stats. 2018.
(3)
$48,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amounts appropriated for Transfer Education and Articulation in Schedule (17) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as amended by Chapter 33 of the Statutes of 2018.
(4)
$378,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for the Fund for Student Success in Schedule (19) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017), as amended by Chapter 33 of the Statutes of 2018.
(5)
$49,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amounts appropriated for the community college lease-purchase payments in Item 6870-103-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017).
(6)
$13,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for reimbursement of state mandates in Item 6870-295-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017).
(7)
$505,000 of whatever greater or lesser amount of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for the Community College Mandated Programs Block Grant in Item 6870-296-0001 of the Budget Act of 2017 (Chs. 14, 22, and 54, Stats. 2017).
(8)$8,163,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for the Student Success and Support Program in Schedule (9) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as amended by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 2017.
(9)$600,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for Student Success for Basic Skills Students in Schedule (4) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as amended by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 2017.
(10)$1,302,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for Telecommunications and Technology Infrastructure in Schedule (15) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as amended by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 2017.
(11)$36,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for the Fund for Student Success in Schedule (19) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016), as amended by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 2017.
(12)$360,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated for Economic Development in Schedule (16) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Chs. 23, Stats. 2016), as amended by Chapter 53 of the Statutes of 2017.
(13)$160,000 of the unexpended balance of the amount appropriated pursuant to subparagraph (A) of paragraph (5) of subdivision (c) of Section 52055.770 of the Education Code.
Provisions:
1.
The sum of $6,284,000 is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for transfer by the Controller to Section B of the State School Fund for expenditure for the same purposes as funds allocated pursuant to subdivision (b) of Provision 14 of Item 6870-101-0001 in this Budget Act.
2.The sum of $8,163,000 identified in Schedule (8) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in Schedule (9) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016).
3.The sum of $600,000 identified in Schedule (9) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in Schedule (4) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016).
4.The sum of $1,302,000 identified in Schedule (10) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in Schedule (15) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016).
5.The sum of $36,000 identified in Schedule (11) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in Schedule (19) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016).
6.The sum of $360,000 identified in Schedule (12) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in Schedule (16) of Item 6870-101-0001 of the Budget Act of 2016 (Ch. 23, Stats. 2016).
7.The sum of $160,000 identified in Schedule (13) is hereby reappropriated to the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges for expenditure for the same purposes as funds appropriated in subparagraph (A) of paragraph (5) of subdivision (c) of Section 52055.770 of the Education Code.

SEC. 80.

 Item 6980-101-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
6980-101-0001—For local assistance, Student Aid Commission ........................
1,710,350,000
Schedule:
(1)
5755-Financial Aid Grants Program ........................
2,790,891,000
(2)
Reimbursements to 5755-Financial Aid Grants Program ........................
−1,080,541,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item are for costs of all of the following:
(a)
The Cal Grant Program, pursuant to Chapter 1.7 (commencing with Section 69430) of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(b)
The Law Enforcement Personnel Dependents Scholarship Program, pursuant to Section 4709 of the Labor Code.
(c)
The Assumption Program of Loans for Education, pursuant to Article 5 (commencing with Section 69612) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(d)
The State Nursing Assumption Program of Loans for Education (SNAPLE), pursuant to Article 1 (commencing with Section 70100) of Chapter 3 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(e)
The Middle Class Scholarship Program, pursuant to Article 22 (commencing with Section 70020) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(f)
The Cash for College Program, pursuant to Article 3.5 (commencing with Section 69551) of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
(g)
The California Student Opportunity and Access Program (Cal-SOAP), pursuant to Article 4 (commencing with Section 69560) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code. Notwithstanding Article 4 (commencing with Section 69560) of Chapter 2 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code, $10,000,000 of the funding of this program is available on a one-time basis to begin a new program in the Inland Empire region and ensure that all existing programs receive the same level of state funding in the 2019–20 fiscal year as those programs received in the 2018–19 fiscal year.
1.5.(a)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $89,750,000 is to fund the Golden State Teacher Grant Program pursuant to Section 69617 of the Education Code.
(c)Of the amount appropriated in this item, $9,000,000 is to fund the Cal Grant B Service Incentive Grant Program pursuant to Article 55 5.5 (commencing with Section 69438) of Chapter 1.7 of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code.
2.
Notwithstanding any other law, the maximum Cal Grant award for:
(a)
New recipients attending private, for-profit institutions that are not accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges as of July 1, 2019, shall be $4,000.
(b)
New recipients attending private, for-profit institutions that are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges as of July 1, 2019, shall be $8,056.
(c)
New recipients attending private, nonprofit institutions shall be $9,084.
(d)
All recipients receiving Cal Grant B access awards shall be $1,648.
(e)
All recipients receiving Cal Grant C tuition and fee awards shall be $2,462.
(f)
All recipients attending community colleges receiving Cal Grant C book and supply awards shall be $1,094.
(g)
All recipients not attending community colleges receiving Cal Grant C book and supply awards shall be $547.
(h)
All University of California student recipients receiving Cal Grant awards shall be the amount approved for mandatory systemwide tuition and fees by the Regents of the University of California for the 2019–20 academic year.
(i)
All California State University student recipients receiving Cal Grant awards shall be the amount approved for mandatory systemwide tuition and fees by the Trustees of the California State University for the 2019–20 academic year.
3.Notwithstanding Provision 2 of this item and any other law:
(a)All Cal Grant A award recipients attending a University of California or California State University and who have a dependent child or dependent children shall also receive an access award. The maximum amount of this access award shall be $6,000.
(b)All Cal Grant B access award recipients attending a University of California, California State University, or California Community College and who have a dependent child or dependent children shall have a maximum access award of $6,000.
(c)All Cal Grant C book and supply award recipients attending a California Community College and who have a dependent child or dependent children shall have a maximum book and supply award of $4,000.
4.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may authorize an augmentation, from the Special Fund for Economic Uncertainties established pursuant to Section 16418 of the Government Code, of the amount appropriated in this item to make Cal Grant awards, pursuant to Chapter 1.7 (commencing with Section 69430) of Part 42 of Division 5 of Title 3 of the Education Code. No augmentation may be authorized pursuant to this provision sooner than 30 days after the Director of Finance provides notice of the intended augmentation to the chairpersons of the committees in each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations.
5.
Notwithstanding any other law, the Director of Finance may authorize a loan from the General Fund for cashflow purposes, in an amount not to exceed $125,000,000, provided that:
(a)
The loan is to meet cash needs resulting from a delay in the receipt of reimbursements from federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds.
(b)
The Student Aid Commission has received confirmation from the State Department of Social Services that there are no available TANF resources that could be advanced to them.
(c)
The loan is for a short-term need and shall be repaid within 90 days of the loan’s origination date.
(d)
Interest charges may be waived pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 16314 of the Government Code.

SEC. 81.

 Item 7120-001-3228 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
7120-001-3228—For support of California Workforce Development Board, payable from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund ........................
5,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
6040-California Workforce Development Board ........................
5,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be used to support apprenticeship and job training programs for workers and disadvantaged individuals consistent with the State Strategic Workforce Development Plan, including support for training opportunities necessary to transition the state’s workforce to a low carbon economy.
2.The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.

SEC. 82.

 Item 7120-101-3228 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
7120-101-3228—For local assistance, California Workforce Development Board, payable from the Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund ........................
30,000,000
Schedule:
(1)
6040-California Workforce Development Board ........................
30,000,000
Provisions:
1.
The funds appropriated in this item shall be used to support apprenticeship and job training programs for workers and disadvantaged individuals consistent with the State Strategic Workforce Development Plan, including support for training opportunities necessary to transition the state’s workforce to a low carbon economy.
2.The funds appropriated in this item shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2021.

SEC. 83.

 Item 7120-491 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
7120-491—Reappropriation, California Workforce Development Board. The amount specified in the following citations are reappropriated for administrative costs and shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022:
0001—​General Fund
(1)
$1,500,000 $3,296,000 in Item 7120-101-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)
Provisions:
1.Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the funds reappropriated in this item may be available for the purposes of support costs in addition to funds specified in Provision 3 of Item 7120-101-0001, Budget Act of 2018 (Chs. 29 and 30, Stats. 2018)

SEC. 84.

 Item 7730-001-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
7730-001-0001—For support of Franchise Tax Board ........................
827,187,000
Schedule:
(1)
6280-Tax Programs ........................
824,698,000
(2)
6285-Political Reform Audit (1,950,000) ........................
0
(3)
6300-Legal Services Program ........................
2,489,000
(4)
6305-Contract Work ........................
11,664,000
(5)
9900100-Administration ........................
34,724,000
(6)
9900200-Administration—​Distributed ........................
−34,724,000
(7)
Reimbursements to 6305-Contract Work ........................
−11,664,000
Provisions:
1.
It is the intent of the Legislature that all funds appropriated to the Franchise Tax Board for processing tax returns, auditing, and collecting owed tax amounts shall be used in a manner consistent with both the board’s authorized budget and the documents that were presented to the Legislature for its review in support of that budget. The Franchise Tax Board shall not reduce expenditures or redirect funding or personnel resources away from direct auditing or collection activities without prior approval of the Director of Finance. The director shall not approve any such reduction or redirection sooner than 30 days after providing notification to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee. Such a position shall not be transferred from the organizational unit to which it was assigned in the 2019–20 Governor’s Budget and the Salaries and Wages Supplement as revised by legislative actions without the approval of the Department of Finance. The board shall expeditiously fill budgeted positions consistent with the funding provided in this act.
2.
It is the intent of the Legislature that the Franchise Tax Board resolve tax controversies, without litigation, on a basis that is fair to both the state and the taxpayer and in a manner that will enhance voluntary compliance and public confidence in the integrity and efficiency of the board.
3.
During the 2019–20 fiscal year, the collection cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph (A) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 19254 of the Revenue and Taxation Code shall be $317, and the filing enforcement cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph (A) of paragraph (2) of that subdivision shall be $93.
4.
During the 2019–20 fiscal year, the collection cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (a) of Section 19254 of the Revenue and Taxation Code shall be $355, and the filing enforcement cost recovery fee for purposes of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (2) of that subdivision shall be $85.
5.
Of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) of this item, $13,098,000 is for implementation of the Earned Income Tax Credit, which, pursuant to Section 17052 of the Revenue and Taxation Code, shall have an adjustment factor at a rate of 85 percent for the 2019 tax year. Implementation of the Earned Income Tax Credit includes processing returns, auditing, and necessary system changes to support this program. To effectively administer this program, the Franchise Tax Board may pay the Social Security Administration for relevant data and related development work prior to receipt of data pursuant to Section 12425 of the Government Code.
6.In order to maximize participation and claiming of the California Earned Income Tax Credit, $10,000,000 of the amount appropriated in Schedule (1) shall be allocated in a manner that emphasizes nonprofit and community-based organizations that provide increased awareness of the California Earned Income Tax Credit and that provide free tax preparation services.
8.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $8,232,000 is for implementation of the individual health care mandate and the associated subsidy and penalty provisions.
9.The Franchise Tax Board shall report to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee on plans to include a question regarding unclaimed property on business tax forms. forms by March 1, 2020.
10.The Franchise Tax Board shall work with the Legislature and the Department of Finance to determine the feasibility and form of a structure for providing advance payments to recipients of the Earned Income Tax Credit.

SEC. 85.

 Item 7760-301-0666 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
7760-301-0666—For capital outlay, Department of General Services, payable from the Service Revolving Fund ........................
354,000
Schedule:
(1)0000910-Sacramento Region: R Street Parking Structure ........................ 354,000
(a)Acquisition ........................ 354,000
Provisions:
1.This appropriation is subject to the Property Acquisition Law (Part 11 (commencing with Section 15850) of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Government Code).
2.The Department of General Services is authorized to enter into an agreement with the Capitol Area Development Authority to complete the acquisition authorized in Schedule (1).

SEC. 86.

 Item 9210-102-0001 of Section 2.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:
9210-102-0001—For local assistance, Local Government Financing, to be allocated by the Controller ........................

71,503,000
73,003,000
Schedule:
(1)
7540-Aid to Local Government ........................

71,503,000
73,003,000
Provisions:
1.
Of the amount appropriated in this item, $518,000 is to reimburse the Counties of Los Angeles, Mendocino, Napa, Orange, San Diego, Solano, Tuolumne, and Ventura for property tax losses incurred in the 2018–19 fiscal year as a result of the 2018 wildfires.
3.
To receive the funds identified in Provision 1, each county shall submit to the Department of Finance a countywide claim detailing the losses incurred by the county and the cities and special districts located therein. The Department of Finance shall review the claims for accuracy and, upon determining the claims are accurate and complete, shall notify the Controller who will provide reimbursement in the amount specified by the Department of Finance.
4.
Notwithstanding any other law, the funds identified in Provision 1 shall be available for encumbrance or expenditure until June 30, 2022.
5.
If the amount identified in Provision 1 is insufficient to backfill actual property tax revenue losses, the county auditor-controller may submit to the Department of Finance a claim detailing the insufficiency no later than December 1, 2021. The Department of Finance may review the insufficiency claim and include the approved claim amounts in a subsequent Governor’s Budget. By December 1, 2021, county auditor-controllers shall also determine if a local agency that received reimbursement was reimbursed in an amount that exceeded its actual property tax revenue loss. If a county auditor-controller makes such a determination, the county auditor-controller shall notify the Department of Finance and remit the excess portion to the Controller.
6.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 shall be to support communities in their recovery from the Camp Fire.
7.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $15,000,000 shall be to provide additional relief to local agencies that have been affected by wildfires.
8.Of the amount appropriated in the item, $21,000,000 is for the Park Boulevard At-Grade Crossing Project in the City of San Diego. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of San Diego upon receipt of a written request from the city. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
9.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $10,000,000 is for the Destination Crenshaw Project. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of Los Angeles upon receipt of a written request from the city. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
10.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $5,625,000 is for the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority’s work in Service Project Area 3. Of the amount provided, $3,300,000 is for local homeless plans; $1,500,000 is for homeless workforce development; $425,000 is for regional collaboration, communication, and capacity building; and $400,000 is for landlord education. San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of Los Angeles San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments upon receipt of a written request from the city. Council. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
11.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 is for the Pacific Beach Boulevard Promenade in the City of Pacifica. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of Pacifica upon receipt of a written request from the city. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
12.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 is to provide flood relief for the City of Sebastopol. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of Sebastopol upon receipt of a written request from the city. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
13.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $800,000 is for the Town of Paradise to prepare necessary environmental documentation for a sewer project. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the Town of Paradise upon receipt of a written request from the town. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
14.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $360,000 is for the City of San Fernando Police Department. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City of San Fernando upon receipt of a written request from the city. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
15.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $4,000,000 is for the India Basin remediation for the City and County of San Francisco. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the City and County of San Francisco upon receipt of a written request from the city and county. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
16.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,200,000 is for the South Bay Cities Council of Governments fiber optic network. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the South Bay Cities Council of Governments upon receipt of a written request from the council. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.
17.Of the amount appropriated in this item, $1,500,000 is to provide flood relief for the County of Sonoma. The Director of the Department of Finance, or the director’s designee, shall order the Controller to disburse these funds to the County of Sonoma upon receipt of a written request from the county. The Department of Finance shall notify the Joint Legislative Budget Committee within 10 days of ordering disbursement of these funds.

SEC. 87.

 Section 12.32 of the Budget Act of 2019 (Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2019) is amended to read:

SEC. 12.32.

 (a) It is the intent of the Legislature that appropriations that are subject to Section 8 of Article XVI of the California Constitution be designated with the wording “Proposition 98.” In the event these appropriations are not so designated, they may be designated as such by the Department of Finance, where that designation is consistent with legislative intent, not less than 30 days after notification in writing of the proposed designation to the chairpersons of the committees in each house of the Legislature that consider appropriations and the Chairperson of the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, or not less than a shorter period after notification that the chairperson of the joint committee, or the chairperson’s designee, determines.
(b) Pursuant to the Proposition 98 funding requirements established in Chapter 2 (commencing with Section 41200) of Part 24 of Division 3 of Title 2 of the Education Code, the total appropriations for Proposition 98 for the 2019–20 fiscal year are $55,903,505,000 $55,890,693,000 or 38.0 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit. General Fund and Education Protection Account revenues appropriated for school districts are $49,235,193,000 or 33.5 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit. General Fund and Education Protection Account revenues appropriated to school districts and community college districts for adult education and K–12 Career Technical Education Strong Workforce Program are $707,064,000 or 0.5 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit. General Fund and Education Protection Account revenues appropriated for community college districts are $5,485,583,000 or 3.7 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit. General Fund and Education Protection Account revenues appropriated for other state agencies that provide direct elementary and secondary level education, as defined in Section 41302.5 of the Education Code, are $86,334,000 or 0.1 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit. General Fund and Education Protection Account revenues transferred to the Public School System Stabilization Account are $389,331,000 $376,519,000 or 0.3 percent of total General Fund revenues, Education Protection Account revenues, and transfers subject to the state appropriations limit.
(c) Notwithstanding any preexisting budgetary or accounting requirements to the contrary, the Department of Finance shall make the final determination of the proper budgeting and accounting of the revenues received by, and disbursements from, the Education Protection Account.

SEC. 88.

 Section 35.50 of the Budget Act of 2019 (Chapter 23 of the Statutes of 2019) is amended to read:

SEC. 35.50.

 (a) For purposes of paragraph (1) of subdivision (f) of Section 10, and subdivision (g) of Section 12, of Article IV of the California Constitution, “General Fund revenues” means the total resources available to the General Fund for a fiscal year before any transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account and the Budget Deficit Savings Account.
(b) For purposes of subdivision (g) of Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution, the estimate of General Fund revenues for the 2019–20 fiscal year pursuant to this act, as passed by the Legislature, is $152,220,000,000. $152,735,000,000.
(c) For purposes of paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, “General Fund revenues” shall be defined as revenues and transfers before any transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account and the Budget Deficit Savings Account.
(d) Pursuant to subdivision (h) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the following estimates are provided:
(1) For purposes of paragraph (2) of subdivision (a) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the sum equal to 1.5 percent of General Fund revenues for the 2019–20 fiscal year is $2,190,000,000. $2,189,000,000.
(2) For purposes of clause (ii) of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, capital gain revenues that exceed 8 percent of General Fund proceeds of taxes for the 2019–20 fiscal year is $3,438,000,000. $3,441,000,000.
(3) For purposes of subparagraph (F) of paragraph (1) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the amount of transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account in the 2019–20 fiscal year is $2,157,000,000. $2,158,000,000.
(4) For purposes of clause (ii) of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the updated estimate of capital gain revenues that exceeds 8 percent of General Fund proceeds of taxes for the 2018–19 fiscal year is $4,326,000,000.
(5) For purposes of subparagraph (G) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the amount (first true up) of transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account for the 2018–19 fiscal year is $1,804,000,000.
(6) For purposes of clause (ii) of subparagraph (B) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the updated capital gain revenues that exceed 8 percent of General Fund proceeds of taxes for the 2017–18 fiscal year is $3,951,000,000.
(7) For purposes of subparagraph (G) of paragraph (2) of subdivision (b) of Section 20 of Article XVI of the California Constitution, the amount (second true up) of transfer to the Budget Stabilization Account for the 2017–18 fiscal year is $1,397,000,000.

SEC. 89.

 Section 39.00 of the Budget Act of 2019 is amended to read:

SEC. 39.00.

 The Legislature hereby finds and declares that the following bills are other bills providing for appropriations related to the Budget Bill within the meaning of subdivision (e) of Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution: AB 75, AB 76, AB 77, AB 78, AB 80, AB 81, AB 82, AB 83, AB 84, AB 85, AB 87, AB 90, AB 91, AB 92, AB 94, AB 95, AB 96, AB 97, AB 100, AB 101, AB 102, AB 103, AB 104, AB 111 as amended on July 8, 2019, 111, AB 112, AB 113, AB 114, AB 115, AB 116, AB 117, AB 118, AB 119, AB 121, SB 75, SB 76, SB 77, SB 78, SB 80, SB 81, SB 82, SB 83, SB 84, SB 85, SB 87, SB 90, SB 91, SB 92, SB 94, SB 95, SB 96, SB 97, SB 101, SB 102, SB 103, SB 104, SB 105, and SB 111 as amended on July 5, 2019. SB 111, SB 112, SB 113, SB 114, SB 115, SB 116, SB 117, SB 118, SB 119, and SB 121.

SEC. 90.

 This act is a Budget Bill within the meaning of subdivision (e) of Section 12 of Article IV of the California Constitution and shall take effect immediately.
SECTION 1.

It is the intent of the Legislature to enact statutory changes relating to the Budget Act of 2019.