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CSHB 286(FIN) am(brf sup maj fld)(efd fld): "An Act making appropriations for the operating and loan program expenses of state government and for certain programs; capitalizing funds; amending appropriations; and making supplemental appropriations."

00             CS FOR HOUSE BILL NO. 286(FIN) am(brf sup maj fld)(efd fld)                                                 
01 "An Act making appropriations for the operating and loan program expenses of state                                      
02 government and for certain programs; capitalizing funds; amending appropriations;                                       
03 and making supplemental appropriations."                                                                                
04 BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF ALASKA:                                                                
05                (SECTION 1 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON PAGE 2)                                                                 
01 * Section 1. The following appropriation items are for operating expenditures from the                                
02 general fund or other funds as set out in section 2 of this Act to the agencies named for the                           
03 purposes expressed for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2018 and ending June 30, 2019,                                 
04 unless otherwise indicated. A department-wide, agency-wide, or branch-wide unallocated                                  
05 reduction set out in this section may be allocated among the appropriations made in this                                
06 section to that department, agency, or branch.                                                                          
07                                   Appropriation General      Other                                                      
08                          Allocations   Items      Funds     Funds                                                       
09                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                        
10                 * * * * * Department of Administration * * * * *                                                      
11                       * * * * *                      * * * * *                                                        
12 Centralized Administrative Services  81,297,700 11,460,800 69,836,900                                                 
13 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
14 balance on June 30, 2018, of inter-agency receipts collected in the Department of                                       
15 Administration's federally approved cost allocation plans.                                                              
16  Office of Administrative 2,710,300                                                                                     
17   Hearings                                                                                                              
18  DOA Leases 1,026,400                                                                                                   
19  Office of the Commissioner 963,000                                                                                     
20  Administrative Services 2,573,300                                                                                      
21  Finance    10,791,500                                                                                                  
22  E-Travel   2,420,200                                                                                                   
23  Personnel  12,104,100                                                                                                  
24 The amount allocated for the Division of Personnel for the Americans with Disabilities Act                              
25 includes the unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of inter-agency receipts                              
26 collected for cost allocation of the Americans with Disabilities Act.                                                   
27  Labor Relations 1,280,300                                                                                              
28  Centralized Human Resources 112,200                                                                                    
29  Retirement and Benefits 18,854,100                                                                                     
30 Of the amount appropriated in this allocation, up to $500,000 of budget authority may be                                
31 transferred between the following fund codes: Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 1017,                                 
01 FICA Administration Fund Account 1023, Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 1029,                                     
02 Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 1034, Judicial Retirement System 1042, National Guard                                    
03 Retirement System 1045.                                                                                                 
04  Health Plans Administration 28,424,800                                                                                 
05  Labor Agreements           37,500                                                                                      
06   Miscellaneous Items                                                                                                   
07 Shared Services of Alaska         77,102,500   3,467,600 73,634,900                                                   
08 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
09 balance on June 30, 2018, of inter-agency receipts and general fund program receipts                                    
10 collected in the Department of Administration's federally approved cost allocation plans.                               
11  Accounting 6,839,500                                                                                                   
12  Business Transformation 1,214,500                                                                                      
13   Office                                                                                                                
14  Purchasing 2,245,600                                                                                                   
15  Print Services 2,591,400                                                                                               
16  Leases     44,844,200                                                                                                  
17  Lease Administration 1,461,700                                                                                         
18  Facilities 15,441,700                                                                                                  
19  Facilities Administration 1,639,600                                                                                    
20  Non-Public Building Fund 824,300                                                                                       
21   Facilities                                                                                                            
22 Office of Information Technology  56,372,800 6,918,100 49,454,700                                                     
23 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
24 balance on June 30, 2018, of inter-agency receipts collected in the Department of                                       
25 Administration's federally approved cost allocation plans.                                                              
26  Chief Information Officer 1,488,200                                                                                    
27  Alaska Division of 46,066,500                                                                                          
28   Information Technology                                                                                                
29  Alaska Land Mobile Radio 4,263,100                                                                                     
30  State of Alaska 4,555,000                                                                                              
31   Telecommunications System                                                                                             
01 Administration State Facilities Rent  506,200   506,200                                                               
02  Administration State       506,200                                                                                     
03   Facilities Rent                                                                                                       
04 Public Communications Services      3,596,100  3,496,100   100,000                                                    
05  Public Broadcasting        46,700                                                                                      
06   Commission                                                                                                            
07  Public Broadcasting - Radio 2,036,600                                                                                  
08  Public Broadcasting - T.V. 633,300                                                                                     
09  Satellite Infrastructure 879,500                                                                                       
10 Risk Management                   40,762,100             40,762,100                                                   
11  Risk Management 40,762,100                                                                                             
12 Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation     7,581,400  7,461,400   120,000                                                    
13  Commission                                                                                                           
14  Alaska Oil and Gas 7,581,400                                                                                           
15   Conservation Commission                                                                                               
16 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
17 balance on June 30, 2018, of the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation Commission receipts                                    
18 account for regulatory cost charges under AS 31.05.093 and collected in the Department of                               
19 Administration.                                                                                                         
20 Legal and Advocacy Services       52,051,500  50,912,700  1,138,800                                                   
21  Office of Public Advocacy 25,281,500                                                                                   
22  Public Defender Agency 26,770,000                                                                                      
23 Violent Crimes Compensation Board   2,148,600             2,148,600                                                   
24  Violent Crimes Compensation 2,148,600                                                                                  
25   Board                                                                                                                 
26 Alaska Public Offices Commission      951,900   951,900                                                               
27  Alaska Public Offices 951,900                                                                                          
28   Commission                                                                                                            
29 Motor Vehicles                    17,164,500  16,612,100   552,400                                                    
30  Motor Vehicles 17,164,500                                                                                              
31                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                
01   * * * * * Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development * * * * *                                      
02                 * * * * *                                                    * * * * *                                
03 It is the intent of the legislature that the Regulatory Commission of Alaska recommend                                  
04 adoption of updated telecommunication modernization regulatory standards in AS42.05, the                                
05 Alaska Public Utilities Regulatory Act, and deliver recommendations on how best to                                      
06 modernize outdated statutes to the House and Senate Finance Committees and to the                                       
07 Legislative Finance Division by February 19, 2019.                                                                      
08 Executive Administration  5,954,600 681,300 5,273,300                                                                 
09  Commissioner's Office 1,012,000                                                                                        
10  Administrative Services 4,942,600                                                                                      
11 Banking and Securities  3,964,000 3,964,000                                                                           
12  Banking and Securities 3,964,000                                                                                       
13 Community and Regional Affairs  11,601,600 6,848,800 4,752,800                                                        
14  Community and Regional 9,468,900                                                                                       
15   Affairs                                                                                                               
16  Serve Alaska 2,132,700                                                                                                 
17 Revenue Sharing  14,128,200  14,128,200                                                                               
18  Payment in Lieu of Taxes 10,428,200                                                                                    
19   (PILT)                                                                                                                
20  National Forest Receipts 600,000                                                                                       
21  Fisheries Taxes 3,100,000                                                                                              
22 Corporations, Business and  13,899,900 13,513,300 386,600                                                             
23  Professional Licensing                                                                                               
24 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
25 balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts collected under AS 08.01.065(a), (c) and (f)-(i).                                 
26  Corporations, Business and 13,899,900                                                                                  
27   Professional Licensing                                                                                                
28 Economic Development  1,605,100 1,121,200 483,900                                                                     
29  Economic Development 1,605,100                                                                                         
30 Investments  5,259,100 5,259,100                                                                                      
31  Investments 5,259,100                                                                                                  
01 Insurance Operations  7,462,500 7,163,000 299,500                                                                     
02 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes up to $1,000,000 of the unexpended                               
03 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                 
04 Economic Development, Division of Insurance, program receipts from license fees and                                     
05 service fees.                                                                                                           
06  Insurance Operations     7,462,500                                                                                     
07 Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office  3,817,100 3,793,400   23,700                                                    
08 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
09 balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Commerce, Community and Economic                                         
10 Development, Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, program receipts from the licensing and                              
11 application fees related to the regulation of marijuana.                                                                
12 It is the intent of the legislature that the July 1, 2019, appropriation of the unexpended and                          
13 unobligated program receipts from the licensing and application fees related to the regulation                          
14 of marijuana of the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development,                                        
15 Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office, be limited to the cost of marijuana regulation for the                            
16 fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, and that the remaining unexpended and unobligated balance                             
17 of program receipts from the licensing and application fees related to the regulation of                                
18 marijuana on June 30, 2019, lapse into the general fund.                                                                
19 It is the intent of the legislature that licensing and application fees related to the regulation of                    
20 the marijuana industry be maintained at a level that allows for the sum of $4,646,100 to lapse                          
21 into the general fund, at which time licensing and application fees may be adjusted to cover                            
22 anticipated annual operating costs for marijuana regulation.                                                            
23 It is the intent of the legislature that the Alcohol and Marijuana Control Office report to the                         
24 co-chairs of the Finance Committees and the Legislative Finance Division by January 1, 2020,                            
25 the amount of program receipts from the licensing and application fees related to the                                   
26 regulation of marijuana that lapsed into the general fund.                                                              
27                                                                                                                         
28  Alcohol and Marijuana    3,817,100                                                                                     
29   Control Office                                                                                                        
30 Alaska Gasline Development Corporation  10,386,000  10,386,000                                                        
31  Alaska Gasline Development 10,386,000                                                                                  
01   Corporation                                                                                                           
02 Alaska Energy Authority             9,676,200  4,351,800  5,324,400                                                   
03  Alaska Energy Authority    980,700                                                                                     
04   Owned Facilities                                                                                                      
05  Alaska Energy Authority  6,695,500                                                                                     
06   Rural Energy Assistance                                                                                               
07  Statewide Project        2,000,000                                                                                     
08   Development, Alternative                                                                                              
09   Energy and Efficiency                                                                                                 
10 Alaska Industrial Development and  15,627,500  15,627,500                                                             
11  Export Authority                                                                                                     
12  Alaska Industrial        15,290,500                                                                                    
13   Development and Export                                                                                                
14   Authority                                                                                                             
15  Alaska Industrial          337,000                                                                                     
16   Development Corporation                                                                                               
17   Facilities Maintenance                                                                                                
18 Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute  20,569,900  20,569,900                                                            
19 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
20 balance on June 30, 2018 of the statutory designated program receipts from the seafood                                  
21 marketing assessment (AS 16.51.120) and other statutory designated program receipts of the                              
22 Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute.                                                                                     
23  Alaska Seafood Marketing 20,569,900                                                                                    
24   Institute                                                                                                             
25 Regulatory Commission of Alaska  9,115,200 8,975,200 140,000                                                          
26 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
27 balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic                                        
28 Development, Regulatory Commission of Alaska receipts account for regulatory cost charges                               
29 under AS 42.05.254, AS 42.06.286, and AS 42.08.380.                                                                     
30 It is the intent of the legislature that the Regulatory Commission of Alaska produce a map of                           
31 broadband coverage in the state, using the best available GIS data and technology. The                                  
01 Regulatory Commission of Alaska shall deliver a report summarizing mapping efforts and                                  
02 results to the Speaker of the House, the President of the Senate, the Co-Chairs of the House                            
03 Finance Committee, the Co-Chairs of the Senate Finance Committee, and the Legislative                                   
04 Finance Division, by January 1, 2019.                                                                                   
05  Regulatory Commission of 9,115,200                                                                                     
06   Alaska                                                                                                                
07 DCCED State Facilities Rent         1,359,400   599,200    760,200                                                    
08  DCCED State Facilities Rent 1,359,400                                                                                  
09                        * * * * *                   * * * * *                                                          
10                  * * * * * Department of Corrections * * * * *                                                        
11                        * * * * *                   * * * * *                                                          
12 Administration and Support          9,786,000  9,636,200   149,800                                                    
13  Office of the Commissioner 1,840,000                                                                                   
14 It is the intent of the legislature that the Commissioner of Corrections take full advantage of                         
15 the cost savings available through the tiered pricing structure as stated in the CRC contracts,                         
16 by maximizing prisoner placement into these facilities while prioritizing public safety.                                
17  Administrative Services 4,261,200                                                                                      
18  Information Technology MIS 2,967,600                                                                                   
19  Research and Records 427,300                                                                                           
20  DOC State Facilities Rent 289,900                                                                                      
21 Population Management  246,723,200 226,219,100 20,504,100                                                             
22 It is the intent of the legislature that the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections will                         
23 prioritize funding and implement solutions that reduce the disparity in Alaska Native                                   
24 incarceration throughout the state.                                                                                     
25  Pre-Trial Services 10,233,800                                                                                          
26  Correctional Academy 1,424,600                                                                                         
27  Facility Maintenance 12,306,000                                                                                        
28  Institution Director's 1,862,000                                                                                       
29   Office                                                                                                                
30  Classification and Furlough 1,094,900                                                                                  
31  Out-of-State Contractual 300,000                                                                                       
01  Inmate Transportation 3,086,100                                                                                        
02  Point of Arrest 628,700                                                                                                
03  Anchorage Correctional 30,298,900                                                                                      
04   Complex                                                                                                               
05  Anvil Mountain Correctional 6,028,100                                                                                  
06   Center                                                                                                                
07  Combined Hiland Mountain 13,073,900                                                                                    
08   Correctional Center                                                                                                   
09  Fairbanks Correctional 11,134,400                                                                                      
10   Center                                                                                                                
11  Goose Creek Correctional 38,650,200                                                                                    
12   Center                                                                                                                
13  Ketchikan Correctional 4,378,400                                                                                       
14   Center                                                                                                                
15  Lemon Creek Correctional 10,161,000                                                                                    
16   Center                                                                                                                
17  Matanuska-Susitna 6,121,400                                                                                            
18   Correctional Center                                                                                                   
19  Palmer Correctional Center 445,100                                                                                     
20  Spring Creek Correctional 23,465,100                                                                                   
21   Center                                                                                                                
22  Wildwood Correctional 14,155,400                                                                                       
23   Center                                                                                                                
24  Yukon-Kuskokwim 8,164,900                                                                                              
25   Correctional Center                                                                                                   
26  Point MacKenzie 3,909,700                                                                                              
27   Correctional Farm                                                                                                     
28  Probation and Parole 956,800                                                                                           
29   Director's Office                                                                                                     
30  Statewide Probation and 17,088,400                                                                                     
31   Parole                                                                                                                
01  Electronic Monitoring    3,211,000                                                                                     
02 It is the intent of the legislature that the Commissioner of the Department of Corrections will                         
03 prioritize expanding the Electronic Monitoring program to Bethel.                                                       
04  Regional and Community   7,000,000                                                                                     
05   Jails                                                                                                                 
06  Community Residential    15,812,400                                                                                    
07   Centers                                                                                                               
08  Parole Board 1,732,000                                                                                                 
09 Facility-Capital Improvement Unit   1,527,400  1,104,800   422,600                                                    
10  Facility-Capital 1,527,400                                                                                             
11   Improvement Unit                                                                                                      
12 Health and Rehabilitation Services  49,400,100 37,589,000 11,811,100                                                  
13  Health and Rehabilitation 885,100                                                                                      
14   Director's Office                                                                                                     
15  Physical Health Care 40,575,900                                                                                        
16  Behavioral Health Care 1,741,500                                                                                       
17  Substance Abuse Treatment 2,958,700                                                                                    
18   Program                                                                                                               
19  Sex Offender Management 3,063,900                                                                                      
20   Program                                                                                                               
21  Domestic Violence Program 175,000                                                                                      
22 Offender Habilitation               1,556,900  1,400,600   156,300                                                    
23  Education Programs 950,900                                                                                             
24  Vocational Education 606,000                                                                                           
25   Programs                                                                                                              
26 Recidivism Reduction Grants           501,300   501,300                                                               
27  Recidivism Reduction Grants 501,300                                                                                    
28 24 Hour Institutional Utilities   11,224,200  11,224,200                                                              
29  24 Hour Institutional 11,224,200                                                                                       
30   Utilities                                                                                                             
31                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
01          * * * * * Department of Education and Early Development * * * * *                                            
02                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
03 K-12 Aid to School Districts      26,128,400             26,128,400                                                   
04  Foundation Program       26,128,400                                                                                    
05 K-12 Support                      12,111,400  12,111,400                                                              
06  Boarding Home Grants     7,453,200                                                                                     
07  Youth in Detention       1,100,000                                                                                     
08  Special Schools 3,558,200                                                                                              
09 Education Support and Admin Services  254,655,500 23,357,700 231,297,800                                              
10  Executive Administration 888,300                                                                                       
11  Administrative Services 1,746,500                                                                                      
12  Information Services 1,028,000                                                                                         
13  School Finance & Facilities 2,207,500                                                                                  
14  Child Nutrition 76,972,800                                                                                             
15  Student and School 157,484,100                                                                                         
16   Achievement                                                                                                           
17  State System of Support 1,798,700                                                                                      
18  Teacher Certification 918,300                                                                                          
19 The amount allocated for Teacher Certification includes the unexpended and unobligated                                  
20 balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Education and Early Development receipts                                 
21 from teacher certification fees under AS 14.20.020(c).                                                                  
22  Early Learning Coordination 9,611,300                                                                                  
23  Pre-Kindergarten Grants 2,000,000                                                                                      
24 Alaska State Council on the Arts    2,768,500   703,700   2,064,800                                                   
25  Alaska State Council on the 2,768,500                                                                                  
26   Arts                                                                                                                  
27 Commissions and Boards                258,800   258,800                                                               
28  Professional Teaching 258,800                                                                                          
29   Practices Commission                                                                                                  
30 Mt. Edgecumbe Boarding School     12,863,300    307,400  12,555,900                                                   
31  Mt. Edgecumbe Boarding 11,420,600                                                                                      
01   School                                                                                                                
02  Mount Edgecumbe Boarding 1,442,700                                                                                     
03   School Facilities                                                                                                     
04   Maintenance                                                                                                           
05 State Facilities Rent               1,068,200  1,068,200                                                              
06  EED State Facilities Rent 1,068,200                                                                                    
07 Alaska State Libraries, Archives and  13,208,200 11,388,500 1,819,700                                                 
08  Museums                                                                                                              
09  Library Operations 8,399,800                                                                                           
10  Archives   1,264,700                                                                                                   
11  Museum Operations 1,713,700                                                                                            
12  Online with Libraries (OWL) 661,800                                                                                    
13  Live Homework Help 138,200                                                                                             
14  Andrew P. Kashevaroff 1,030,000                                                                                        
15   Facilities Maintenance                                                                                                
16 Alaska Postsecondary Education    20,997,900   9,105,100 11,892,800                                                   
17  Commission                                                                                                           
18  Program Administration & 17,901,500                                                                                    
19   Operations                                                                                                            
20  WWAMI Medical Education 3,096,400                                                                                      
21 Alaska Performance Scholarship Awards  11,750,000 11,750,000                                                          
22  Alaska Performance 11,750,000                                                                                          
23   Scholarship Awards                                                                                                    
24 Alaska Student Loan Corporation   11,742,800             11,742,800                                                   
25  Loan Servicing 11,742,800                                                                                              
26                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
27            * * * * * Department of Environmental Conservation * * * * *                                               
28                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
29 Administration                    10,627,300   4,842,500  5,784,800                                                   
30  Office of the Commissioner 1,022,200                                                                                   
31  Administrative Services 6,326,500                                                                                      
01 The amount allocated for Administrative Services includes the unexpended and unobligated                                
02 balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years collected under the                                   
03 Department of Environmental Conservation's federal approved indirect cost allocation plan                               
04 for expenditures incurred by the Department of Environmental Conservation.                                              
05  State Support Services   3,278,600                                                                                     
06 DEC Buildings Maintenance and         636,800   636,800                                                               
07  Operations                                                                                                           
08  DEC Buildings Maintenance  636,800                                                                                     
09   and Operations                                                                                                        
10 Environmental Health              16,875,300   9,705,800  7,169,500                                                   
11  Environmental Health     13,488,800                                                                                    
12  Laboratory Services      3,386,500                                                                                     
13 Air Quality                       10,315,200   3,922,100  6,393,100                                                   
14  Air Quality              10,315,200                                                                                    
15 The amount allocated for Air Quality includes the unexpended and unobligated balance on                                 
16 June 30, 2018, of the Department of Environmental Conservation, Division of Air Quality                                 
17 general fund program receipts from fees collected under AS 46.14.240 and AS 46.14.250.                                  
18 Spill Prevention and Response     19,445,200  13,572,200  5,873,000                                                   
19  Spill Prevention and     19,445,200                                                                                    
20   Response                                                                                                              
21 Water                             22,290,800   7,021,900 15,268,900                                                   
22  Water Quality            22,290,800                                                                                    
23   Infrastructure Support &                                                                                              
24   Financing                                                                                                             
25                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
26                 * * * * * Department of Fish and Game * * * * *                                                       
27                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
28 The amount appropriated for the Department of Fish and Game includes the unexpended and                                 
29 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts collected under the Department of Fish and                            
30 Game's federal indirect cost plan for expenditures incurred by the Department of Fish and                               
31 Game.                                                                                                                   
01 Commercial Fisheries  70,001,900 51,252,800 18,749,100                                                                
02 The amount appropriated for Commercial Fisheries includes the unexpended and unobligated                                
03 balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Fish and Game receipts from commercial                                   
04 fisheries test fishing operations receipts under AS 16.05.050(a)(14), and from commercial                               
05 crew member licenses.                                                                                                   
06  Southeast Region Fisheries 12,962,800                                                                                  
07   Management                                                                                                            
08  Central Region Fisheries 10,882,600                                                                                    
09   Management                                                                                                            
10  AYK Region Fisheries 9,954,500                                                                                         
11   Management                                                                                                            
12  Westward Region Fisheries 14,237,400                                                                                   
13   Management                                                                                                            
14  Statewide Fisheries 18,649,200                                                                                         
15   Management                                                                                                            
16  Commercial Fisheries Entry 3,315,400                                                                                   
17   Commission                                                                                                            
18 The amount appropriated for Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission includes the                                          
19 unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Fish and Game,                                
20 Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission program receipts from licenses, permits and other                                 
21 fees.                                                                                                                   
22 Sport Fisheries                   46,716,100   1,970,100 44,746,000                                                   
23  Sport Fisheries 40,948,600                                                                                             
24  Sport Fish Hatcheries 5,767,500                                                                                        
25 Wildlife Conservation             49,305,200   2,939,700 46,365,500                                                   
26  Wildlife Conservation 48,388,300                                                                                       
27  Hunter Education Public 916,900                                                                                        
28   Shooting Ranges                                                                                                       
29 Statewide Support Services        33,051,600   9,947,200 23,104,400                                                   
30  Commissioner's Office 1,325,600                                                                                        
31  Administrative Services 11,645,000                                                                                     
01  Boards of Fisheries and  1,255,800                                                                                     
02   Game                                                                                                                  
03  Advisory Committees 522,800                                                                                            
04  Habitat    5,506,700                                                                                                   
05  State Subsistence Research 5,302,600                                                                                   
06  EVOS Trustee Council 2,392,300                                                                                         
07  State Facilities 5,100,800                                                                                             
08   Maintenance                                                                                                           
09                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                            
10                   * * * * * Office of the Governor * * * * *                                                          
11                         * * * * *                * * * * *                                                            
12 Commissions/Special Offices         2,457,600  2,227,600   230,000                                                    
13  Human Rights Commission 2,457,600                                                                                      
14 The amount allocated for Human Rights Commission includes the unexpended and                                            
15 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Office of the Governor, Human Rights                                       
16 Commission federal receipts.                                                                                            
17 Executive Operations              13,841,000  13,737,500   103,500                                                    
18  Executive Office 11,406,700                                                                                            
19  Governor's House 740,700                                                                                               
20  Contingency Fund 550,000                                                                                               
21  Lieutenant Governor 1,143,600                                                                                          
22 Office of the Governor State        1,086,800  1,086,800                                                              
23  Facilities Rent                                                                                                      
24  Governor's Office State 596,200                                                                                        
25   Facilities Rent                                                                                                       
26  Governor's Office Leasing 490,600                                                                                      
27 Office of Management and Budget     2,566,100  2,566,100                                                              
28  Office of Management and 2,566,100                                                                                     
29   Budget                                                                                                                
30 It is the intent of the legislature that the Office of Management and Budget ensure that actual                         
31 expenditures reported in the budget system of the Office of Management and Budget and                                   
01 reported to the Legislative Finance Division are reconciled and agree with actual expenditures                          
02 recorded and reported by state agencies.                                                                                
03 Elections                           4,252,600  3,517,800   734,800                                                    
04  Elections                4,252,600                                                                                     
05                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
06             * * * * * Department of Health and Social Services * * * * *                                              
07                     * * * * *                                  * * * * *                                              
08 It is the intent of the legislature that the department review fund sources in all allocations and                      
09 reduce excess receipt authority where the department believes the collection of receipts is not                         
10 achievable.                                                                                                             
11 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Health and Social Services submit a                          
12 report to the co-chairs of the Finance Committees and Legislative Finance Division by                                   
13 November 15 of 2019, 2020 and 2021 on 1) disbursement and use of federal Disproportionate                               
14 Share Hospital (DSH) dollars by community and regional hospitals, 2) the annual amount of                               
15 federal DSH funds which the state is not claiming, and 3) future strategies for claiming those                          
16 funds, including the possibility of hospitals matching those funds, to improve outcomes for                             
17 patients, providers and the public.                                                                                     
18 At the discretion of the Commissioner of the Department of Health and Social Services, up to                            
19 $20,000,000 may be transferred between all appropriations in the Department of Health and                               
20 Social Services, except that no transfer may be made from the Medicaid Services                                         
21 appropriation.                                                                                                          
22 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Health and Social Services submit a                          
23 report of transfers between appropriations that occurred during the fiscal year ending June 30,                         
24 2019, to the Legislative Finance Division by September 30, 2019.                                                        
25 It is the intent of the legislature that the operating budgets for the fiscal years ending June 30,                     
26 2020, and June 30, 2021, be prepared to reflect the actual or anticipated transfers between                             
27 appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                
28 Alaska Pioneer Homes  47,208,000 35,505,600 11,702,400                                                                
29  Alaska Pioneer Homes     1,399,200                                                                                     
30   Management                                                                                                            
31  Pioneer Homes            45,808,800                                                                                    
01 The amount allocated for Pioneer Homes includes the unexpended and unobligated balance                                  
02 on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Health and Social Services, Pioneer Homes care and                               
03 support receipts under AS 47.55.030.                                                                                    
04 Behavioral Health                 52,471,900   6,960,700 45,511,200                                                   
05  Behavioral Health Treatment 9,217,800                                                                                  
06   and Recovery Grants                                                                                                   
07  Alcohol Safety Action    3,856,300                                                                                     
08   Program (ASAP)                                                                                                        
09  Behavioral Health 5,087,100                                                                                            
10   Administration                                                                                                        
11  Behavioral Health 5,806,000                                                                                            
12   Prevention and Early                                                                                                  
13   Intervention Grants                                                                                                   
14  Alaska Psychiatric 26,938,800                                                                                          
15   Institute                                                                                                             
16  Alaska Mental Health Board 145,400                                                                                     
17   and Advisory Board on                                                                                                 
18   Alcohol and Drug Abuse                                                                                                
19  Residential Child Care 1,420,500                                                                                       
20 Children's Services               162,139,000 92,106,800 70,032,200                                                   
21  Children's Services 11,799,600                                                                                         
22   Management                                                                                                            
23  Children's Services 1,786,800                                                                                          
24   Training                                                                                                              
25  Front Line Social Workers 62,887,100                                                                                   
26  Family Preservation 16,599,100                                                                                         
27  Foster Care Base Rate 20,151,400                                                                                       
28  Foster Care Augmented Rate 906,100                                                                                     
29  Foster Care Special Need 10,963,400                                                                                    
30  Subsidized Adoptions & 37,045,500                                                                                      
31   Guardianship                                                                                                          
01 Health Care Services              21,443,800  10,132,500 11,311,300                                                   
02  Catastrophic and Chronic   153,900                                                                                     
03   Illness Assistance (AS                                                                                                
04   47.08)                                                                                                                
05  Health Facilities Licensing 2,167,600                                                                                  
06   and Certification                                                                                                     
07  Residential Licensing    4,446,300                                                                                     
08  Medical Assistance 12,006,200                                                                                          
09   Administration                                                                                                        
10  Rate Review 2,669,800                                                                                                  
11 Juvenile Justice                  56,982,100  54,235,700  2,746,400                                                   
12  McLaughlin Youth Center 17,030,300                                                                                     
13  Mat-Su Youth Facility 2,380,200                                                                                        
14  Kenai Peninsula Youth 2,106,000                                                                                        
15   Facility                                                                                                              
16  Fairbanks Youth Facility 4,667,800                                                                                     
17  Bethel Youth Facility 4,945,200                                                                                        
18  Nome Youth Facility 2,649,100                                                                                          
19  Johnson Youth Center 4,214,800                                                                                         
20  Probation Services 15,694,000                                                                                          
21  Delinquency Prevention 1,395,000                                                                                       
22  Youth Courts 531,100                                                                                                   
23  Juvenile Justice Health 1,368,600                                                                                      
24   Care                                                                                                                  
25 Public Assistance                 279,207,700 113,173,500 166,034,200                                                 
26 It is the intent of the legislature to fully fund the Senior Benefits Payment Program upon                              
27 reauthorization during the 2018 legislative session.                                                                    
28  Alaska Temporary Assistance 23,745,200                                                                                 
29   Program                                                                                                               
30  Adult Public Assistance 62,386,900                                                                                     
31  Child Care Benefits 43,957,200                                                                                         
01  General Relief Assistance 1,205,400                                                                                    
02  Tribal Assistance Programs 17,889,900                                                                                  
03  Permanent Fund Dividend 17,724,700                                                                                     
04   Hold Harmless                                                                                                         
05  Energy Assistance Program 10,122,900                                                                                   
06  Public Assistance        5,937,500                                                                                     
07   Administration                                                                                                        
08  Public Assistance Field 53,498,400                                                                                     
09   Services                                                                                                              
10 It is the intent of the legislature that the Division of Public Assistance pursue opportunities to                      
11 work with Code for America to develop a single on-line application for public assistance                                
12 programs, including Medicaid, Adult Public Assistance, and the Supplemental Nutrition and                               
13 Assistance Program, and report back to the legislature on its progress by November 15, 2018                             
14 and again on November 15, 2019.                                                                                         
15  Fraud Investigation 2,005,000                                                                                          
16  Quality Control 2,607,500                                                                                              
17  Work Services 11,017,400                                                                                               
18  Women, Infants and Children 27,109,700                                                                                 
19 Public Health                     114,986,600 66,625,800 48,360,800                                                   
20  Nursing    29,232,400                                                                                                  
21  Women, Children and Family 12,793,300                                                                                  
22   Health                                                                                                                
23  Public Health 3,739,200                                                                                                
24   Administrative Services                                                                                               
25  Emergency Programs 10,546,000                                                                                          
26  Chronic Disease Prevention 17,341,700                                                                                  
27   and Health Promotion                                                                                                  
28  Epidemiology 24,190,900                                                                                                
29  Bureau of Vital Statistics 3,631,800                                                                                   
30  Emergency Medical Services 3,033,700                                                                                   
31   Grants                                                                                                                
01  State Medical Examiner   3,224,000                                                                                     
02  Public Health Laboratories 7,253,600                                                                                   
03 Senior and Disabilities Services  48,552,500  24,557,800 23,994,700                                                   
04  Senior and Disabilities  17,950,500                                                                                    
05   Community Based Grants                                                                                                
06  Early Intervention/Infant 2,403,200                                                                                    
07   Learning Programs                                                                                                     
08  Senior and Disabilities 20,333,400                                                                                     
09   Services Administration                                                                                               
10 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Health & Social Services re-examine                          
11 service delivery models to ensure eligible senior and disabled populations receive appropriate                          
12 services irrespective of where they live in Alaska. The Department of Health and Social                                 
13 Services shall submit a report to co-chairs of the Finance Committees and the Legislative                               
14 Finance Division on the status of the service no later than February 15, 2019.                                          
15 It is the intent of the legislature that the State of Alaska proceed expeditiously to establish                         
16 companion services under Section 1915(c) of the Social Security Act to complement and                                   
17 support the services provided through the Medicare/Medicaid waiver programs. The                                        
18 Department of Health and Social Services shall submit a report to co-chairs of the Finance                              
19 Committees and the Legislative Finance Division on the status of the service no later than                              
20 January 31, 2019.                                                                                                       
21  General Relief/Temporary 6,401,100                                                                                     
22   Assisted Living                                                                                                       
23  Commission on Aging 214,000                                                                                            
24  Governor's Council on 1,250,300                                                                                        
25   Disabilities and Special                                                                                              
26   Education                                                                                                             
27 Departmental Support Services  41,637,700 15,077,600 26,560,100                                                       
28  Public Affairs 1,708,300                                                                                               
29  Quality Assurance and Audit 951,100                                                                                    
30  Commissioner's Office 3,758,800                                                                                        
31  Administrative Support 13,097,800                                                                                      
01   Services                                                                                                              
02  Facilities Management    1,077,000                                                                                     
03  Information Technology   16,694,700                                                                                    
04   Services                                                                                                              
05  HSS State Facilities Rent 4,350,000                                                                                    
06 Human Services Community Matching   1,387,000  1,387,000                                                              
07  Grant                                                                                                                
08  Human Services Community 1,387,000                                                                                     
09   Matching Grant                                                                                                        
10 Community Initiative Matching Grants  861,700   861,700                                                               
11  Community Initiative       861,700                                                                                     
12   Matching Grants (non-                                                                                                 
13   statutory grants)                                                                                                     
14 Medicaid Services  2,204,187,700 610,157,900 1,594,029,800                                                            
15 It is the intent of the legislature that, before submitting funding requests for the fiscal year                        
16 2020 Medicaid program, the Department of Health and Social Services provide legislators                                 
17 with all non-confidential reports compiled with third-party consultants relating to Medicaid                            
18 programs and future enrollment projections, in electronic form where possible, if the report is                         
19 requested by a legislator.                                                                                              
20  Behavioral Health Medicaid 172,441,000                                                                                 
21   Services                                                                                                              
22  Adult Preventative Dental 27,004,500                                                                                   
23   Medicaid Services                                                                                                     
24  Health Care Medicaid  1,429,773,500                                                                                    
25   Services                                                                                                              
26  Senior and Disabilities 574,968,700                                                                                    
27   Medicaid Services                                                                                                     
28                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
29         * * * * * Department of Labor and Workforce Development * * * * *                                             
30                    * * * * *                                       * * * * *                                          
31 Commissioner and Administrative   18,259,200   5,496,900 12,762,300                                                   
01  Services                                                                                                             
02  Commissioner's Office 1,002,300                                                                                        
03  Workforce Investment Board 476,000                                                                                     
04  Alaska Labor Relations 538,600                                                                                         
05   Agency                                                                                                                
06  Management Services      3,792,400                                                                                     
07 The amount allocated for Management Services includes the unexpended and unobligated                                    
08 balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years collected under the                                   
09 Department of Labor and Workforce Development's federal indirect cost plan for                                          
10 expenditures incurred by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.                                             
11  Leasing    2,687,500                                                                                                   
12  Data Processing 5,606,900                                                                                              
13  Labor Market Information 4,155,500                                                                                     
14 Workers' Compensation             11,499,400  11,499,400                                                              
15  Workers' Compensation 5,671,000                                                                                        
16  Workers' Compensation 421,600                                                                                          
17   Appeals Commission                                                                                                    
18  Workers' Compensation 774,900                                                                                          
19   Benefits Guaranty Fund                                                                                                
20  Second Injury Fund 3,244,800                                                                                           
21  Fishermen's Fund 1,387,100                                                                                             
22 Labor Standards and Safety        10,797,400   7,133,000  3,664,400                                                   
23  Wage and Hour 2,371,100                                                                                                
24   Administration                                                                                                        
25  Mechanical Inspection 2,847,600                                                                                        
26  Occupational Safety and 5,417,900                                                                                      
27   Health                                                                                                                
28  Alaska Safety Advisory 160,800                                                                                         
29   Council                                                                                                               
30 The amount allocated for the Alaska Safety Advisory Council includes the unexpended and                                 
31 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Department of Labor and Workforce                                          
01 Development, Alaska Safety Advisory Council receipts under AS 18.60.840.                                                
02 Employment and Training Services  67,390,000  17,301,500 50,088,500                                                   
03  Employment and Training  1,126,800                                                                                     
04   Services Administration                                                                                               
05 The amount allocated for Employment and Training Services Administration includes the                                   
06 unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years                            
07 collected under the Department of Labor and Workforce Development's federal indirect cost                               
08 plan for expenditures incurred by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.                                    
09  Workforce Services 17,085,800                                                                                          
10  Workforce Development 26,106,500                                                                                       
11  Unemployment Insurance 23,070,900                                                                                      
12 Vocational Rehabilitation         24,372,900   4,817,600 19,555,300                                                   
13  Vocational Rehabilitation 1,216,000                                                                                    
14   Administration                                                                                                        
15 The amount allocated for Vocational Rehabilitation Administration includes the unexpended                               
16 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years collected                             
17 under the Department of Labor and Workforce Development's federal indirect cost plan for                                
18 expenditures incurred by the Department of Labor and Workforce Development.                                             
19  Client Services 16,671,300                                                                                             
20  Disability Determination 5,012,300                                                                                     
21  Special Projects 1,473,300                                                                                             
22 Alaska Vocational Technical Center  14,590,300 9,962,100  4,628,200                                                   
23  Alaska Vocational Technical 12,728,800                                                                                 
24   Center                                                                                                                
25 The amount allocated for the Alaska Vocational Technical Center includes the unexpended                                 
26 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of contributions received by the Alaska Vocational                            
27 Technical Center receipts under AS 21.96.070, AS 43.20.014, AS 43.55.019, AS 43.56.018,                                 
28 AS 43.65.018, AS 43.75.018, and AS 43.77.045 and receipts collected under AS 37.05.146.                                 
29  AVTEC Facilities 1,861,500                                                                                             
30   Maintenance                                                                                                           
31                          * * * * *           * * * * *                                                                
01                    * * * * * Department of Law * * * * *                                                              
02                          * * * * *           * * * * *                                                                
03 Criminal Division                 33,059,200  28,664,500  4,394,700                                                   
04  First Judicial District 2,091,700                                                                                      
05  Second Judicial District 1,417,100                                                                                     
06  Third Judicial District: 8,000,800                                                                                     
07   Anchorage                                                                                                             
08  Third Judicial District: 5,264,800                                                                                     
09   Outside Anchorage                                                                                                     
10  Fourth Judicial District 6,361,500                                                                                     
11  Criminal Justice Litigation 2,925,800                                                                                  
12  Criminal Appeals/Special 6,997,500                                                                                     
13   Litigation                                                                                                            
14 Civil Division                    48,735,400  22,235,900 26,499,500                                                   
15  Deputy Attorney General's 288,700                                                                                      
16   Office                                                                                                                
17  Child Protection 7,494,400                                                                                             
18  Commercial and Fair 6,134,700                                                                                          
19   Business                                                                                                              
20 The amount allocated for Commercial and Fair Business includes the unexpended and                                       
21 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of designated program receipts of the Department of                               
22 Law, Commercial and Fair Business section, that are required by the terms of a settlement or                            
23 judgment to be spent by the state for consumer education or consumer protection.                                        
24  Environmental Law 1,689,200                                                                                            
25  Human Services 2,947,300                                                                                               
26  Labor and State Affairs 5,247,600                                                                                      
27  Legislation/Regulations 1,154,600                                                                                      
28  Natural Resources 8,737,200                                                                                            
29  Opinions, Appeals and 2,708,500                                                                                        
30   Ethics                                                                                                                
31  Regulatory Affairs Public 2,806,500                                                                                    
01   Advocacy                                                                                                              
02  Special Litigation       1,189,500                                                                                     
03  Information and Project  1,745,400                                                                                     
04   Support                                                                                                               
05  Torts & Workers'         4,199,200                                                                                     
06   Compensation                                                                                                          
07  Transportation Section   2,392,600                                                                                     
08 Administration and Support          4,423,300  2,515,900  1,907,400                                                   
09  Office of the Attorney 620,800                                                                                         
10   General                                                                                                               
11  Administrative Services 2,956,200                                                                                      
12  Department of Law State 846,300                                                                                        
13   Facilities Rent                                                                                                       
14                    * * * * *                                      * * * * *                                           
15           * * * * * Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs * * * * *                                            
16                    * * * * *                                      * * * * *                                           
17 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs and the                       
18 Alaska Aerospace Corporation develop options to realize a return from the State's investment                            
19 in the Alaska Aerospace Corporation and the associated State assets. The Department of                                  
20 Military and Veterans' Affairs shall submit a preliminary summary of the options and any                                
21 relevant statute revisions to the House and Senate Finance Committees and to the Legislative                            
22 Finance Division by September 30, 2018 and a final summary being submitted to the same                                  
23 committees by December 1, 2018.                                                                                         
24 Military and Veterans' Affairs    46,833,200  16,992,900 29,840,300                                                   
25  Office of the Commissioner 7,330,200                                                                                   
26  Homeland Security and 9,517,900                                                                                        
27   Emergency Management                                                                                                  
28  Local Emergency Planning 300,000                                                                                       
29   Committee                                                                                                             
30  Army Guard Facilities 11,628,000                                                                                       
31   Maintenance                                                                                                           
01  Air Guard Facilities     6,829,600                                                                                     
02   Maintenance                                                                                                           
03  Alaska Military Youth    8,758,400                                                                                     
04   Academy                                                                                                               
05  Veterans' Services       2,144,100                                                                                     
06  State Active Duty          325,000                                                                                     
07 Alaska Aerospace Corporation      11,046,600             11,046,600                                                   
08 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
09 balance on June 30, 2018, of the federal and corporate receipts of the Department of Military                           
10 and Veterans Affairs, Alaska Aerospace Corporation.                                                                     
11  Alaska Aerospace 4,121,200                                                                                             
12   Corporation                                                                                                           
13  Alaska Aerospace 6,925,400                                                                                             
14   Corporation Facilities                                                                                                
15   Maintenance                                                                                                           
16                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
17               * * * * * Department of Natural Resources * * * * *                                                     
18                       * * * * *                         * * * * *                                                     
19 Administration & Support Services  23,682,700 15,741,700  7,941,000                                                   
20  Commissioner's Office 1,569,700                                                                                        
21  Office of Project 6,299,800                                                                                            
22   Management & Permitting                                                                                               
23  Administrative Services 3,551,300                                                                                      
24 The amount allocated for Administrative Services includes the unexpended and unobligated                                
25 balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years collected under the                                   
26 Department of Natural Resource's federal indirect cost plan for expenditures incurred by the                            
27 Department of Natural Resources.                                                                                        
28  Information Resource 3,762,900                                                                                         
29   Management                                                                                                            
30  Interdepartmental 1,331,800                                                                                            
31   Chargebacks                                                                                                           
01  Facilities               2,592,900                                                                                     
02  Recorder's Office/Uniform 3,808,700                                                                                    
03   Commercial Code                                                                                                       
04  EVOS Trustee Council       133,000                                                                                     
05   Projects                                                                                                              
06  Public Information Center  632,600                                                                                     
07 Oil & Gas                         20,729,200   9,209,800 11,519,400                                                   
08  Oil & Gas  20,729,200                                                                                                  
09 Fire Suppression, Land & Water    73,405,500  52,193,600 21,211,900                                                   
10  Resources                                                                                                            
11  Mining, Land & Water 27,962,600                                                                                        
12  Forest Management & 7,706,800                                                                                          
13   Development                                                                                                           
14 The amount allocated for Forest Management and Development includes the unexpended and                                  
15 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the timber receipts account (AS 38.05.110).                                    
16  Geological & Geophysical 8,330,300                                                                                     
17   Surveys                                                                                                               
18 The amount allocated for Geological & Geophysical Surveys includes the unexpended and                                   
19 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under 41.08.045.                                        
20  Fire Suppression 18,472,400                                                                                            
21   Preparedness                                                                                                          
22  Fire Suppression Activity 10,933,400                                                                                   
23 Agriculture                         4,900,700  3,691,600  1,209,100                                                   
24  Agricultural Development 2,492,200                                                                                     
25  North Latitude Plant 1,986,800                                                                                         
26   Material Center                                                                                                       
27  Agriculture Revolving Loan 421,700                                                                                     
28   Program Administration                                                                                                
29 Parks & Outdoor Recreation        15,639,100   9,639,900  5,999,200                                                   
30  Parks Management & Access 13,254,500                                                                                   
31 The amount allocated for Parks Management and Access includes the unexpended and                                        
01 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under AS 41.21.026.                                     
02  Office of History and    2,384,600                                                                                     
03   Archaeology                                                                                                           
04 The amount allocated for the Office of History and Archaeology includes up to $15,700                                   
05 general fund program receipt authorization from the unexpended and unobligated balance on                               
06 June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under AS 41.35.380.                                                            
07                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
08                 * * * * * Department of Public Safety * * * * *                                                       
09                       * * * * *                     * * * * *                                                         
10 Fire and Life Safety  5,261,600 4,183,100 1,078,500                                                                   
11 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
12 balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under AS 18.70.080(b), AS 18.70.350(4),                             
13 and AS 18.70.360.                                                                                                       
14  Fire and Life Safety 4,846,900                                                                                         
15  Alaska Fire Standards 414,700                                                                                          
16   Council                                                                                                               
17 Alaska State Troopers             129,555,800 121,003,900 8,551,900                                                   
18  Special Projects 2,478,100                                                                                             
19  Alaska Bureau of Highway 3,297,300                                                                                     
20   Patrol                                                                                                                
21  Alaska Bureau of Judicial 4,530,600                                                                                    
22   Services                                                                                                              
23  Prisoner Transportation 1,954,200                                                                                      
24  Search and Rescue 575,500                                                                                              
25  Rural Trooper Housing 2,810,000                                                                                        
26  Statewide Drug and Alcohol 10,151,500                                                                                  
27   Enforcement Unit                                                                                                      
28  Alaska State Trooper 72,883,900                                                                                        
29   Detachments                                                                                                           
30 Of the amount appropriated in this allocation, $641,800 must be expended in the travel line to                          
31 improve law enforcement access to rural communities.                                                                    
01  Alaska Bureau of         3,712,800                                                                                     
02   Investigation                                                                                                         
03  Alaska Wildlife Troopers 20,482,200                                                                                    
04  Alaska Wildlife Troopers 4,516,800                                                                                     
05   Aircraft Section                                                                                                      
06  Alaska Wildlife Troopers 2,162,900                                                                                     
07   Marine Enforcement                                                                                                    
08 Village Public Safety Officer Program  14,043,700 14,043,700                                                          
09 It is the intent of the legislature the amount of $585,000 be provided to VPSO grantees for the                         
10 purpose of travel to rural communities. It is also the intent of the legislature the Department                         
11 support VPSO contractors' efforts to provide public safety services to the maximum                                      
12 geographic area surrounding their duty station.                                                                         
13 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department disburse funding meant for the VPSO                             
14 Program to VPSO grant recipients. VPSO grantees are encouraged to use the funding for                                   
15 recruitment and retention of VPSOs, however they may use the funds for other purposes                                   
16 within their mission, such as operational costs to better utilize filled positions or housing                           
17 multiple VPSOs in a single community, if judged to be more beneficial to public safety.                                 
18  Village Public Safety    14,043,700                                                                                    
19   Officer Program                                                                                                       
20 It is the intent of the legislature that the VPSO Rural Firefighter Specialist Training remain in                       
21 Sitka.                                                                                                                  
22 Alaska Police Standards Council  1,288,400 1,288,400                                                                  
23 The amount appropriated by this appropriation includes up to $125,000 of the unexpended                                 
24 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under AS 12.25.195(c),                              
25 AS 12.55.039, AS 28.05.151, and AS 29.25.074 and receipts collected under AS                                            
26 18.65.220(7).                                                                                                           
27  Alaska Police Standards  1,288,400                                                                                     
28   Council                                                                                                               
29 Council on Domestic Violence and  19,545,200 10,649,600 8,895,600                                                     
30  Sexual Assault                                                                                                       
31  Council on Domestic      19,545,200                                                                                    
01   Violence and Sexual Assault                                                                                           
02 Statewide Support                 26,085,000  16,906,400  9,178,600                                                   
03  Commissioner's Office    1,482,500                                                                                     
04  Training Academy         2,525,600                                                                                     
05 The amount allocated for the Training Academy includes the unexpended and unobligated                                   
06 balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected under AS 44.41.020(a).                                              
07  Administrative Services  4,117,000                                                                                     
08  Alaska Wing Civil Air 302,300                                                                                          
09   Patrol                                                                                                                
10 It is the intent of the legislature that the Alaska Wing Civil Air Patrol actively search for non-                      
11 state funding to support its operations.                                                                                
12  Information Systems 2,889,700                                                                                          
13  Criminal Justice 7,956,300                                                                                             
14   Information Systems Program                                                                                           
15 The amount allocated for the Criminal Justice Information Systems Program includes the                                  
16 unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018 of the receipts collected by the                                    
17 Department of Public Safety from the Alaska automated fingerprint system under AS                                       
18 44.41.025(b).                                                                                                           
19  Laboratory Services 5,691,300                                                                                          
20 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Public Safety actively seek                                  
21 arrangements to rent space in the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory to                                       
22 municipalities, federal agencies, and other state agencies.                                                             
23  Facility Maintenance 1,005,900                                                                                         
24  DPS State Facilities Rent 114,400                                                                                      
25                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                             
26                   * * * * * Department of Revenue * * * * *                                                           
27                         * * * * *               * * * * *                                                             
28 Taxation and Treasury             94,279,200  18,186,200 76,093,000                                                   
29  Tax Division 15,133,500                                                                                                
30  Treasury Division 9,957,900                                                                                            
31 Of the amount appropriated in this allocation, up to $500,000 of budget authority may be                                
01 transferred between the following fund codes: Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 1017,                                 
02 FICA Administration Fund Account 1023, Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 1029,                                     
03 Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 1034, Judicial Retirement System 1042, National Guard                                    
04 Retirement System 1045.                                                                                                 
05  Unclaimed Property         515,000                                                                                     
06  Alaska Retirement        10,032,900                                                                                    
07   Management Board                                                                                                      
08 Of the amount appropriated in this allocation, up to $500,000 of budget authority may be                                
09 transferred between the following fund codes: Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 1017,                                 
10 FICA Administration Fund Account 1023, Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 1029,                                     
11 Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 1034, Judicial Retirement System 1042, National Guard                                    
12 Retirement System 1045.                                                                                                 
13  Alaska Retirement        50,000,000                                                                                    
14   Management Board Custody                                                                                              
15   and Management Fees                                                                                                   
16 Of the amount appropriated in this allocation, up to $500,000 of budget authority may be                                
17 transferred between the following fund codes: Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 1017,                                 
18 FICA Administration Fund Account 1023, Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 1029,                                     
19 Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 1034, Judicial Retirement System 1042, National Guard                                    
20 Retirement System 1045.                                                                                                 
21  Permanent Fund Dividend  8,639,900                                                                                     
22   Division                                                                                                              
23 The amount allocated for the Permanent Fund Dividend includes the unexpended and                                        
24 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the receipts collected by the Department of Revenue                            
25 for application fees for reimbursement of the cost of the Permanent Fund Dividend Division                              
26 charitable contributions program as provided under AS 43.23.062(f) and for coordination fees                            
27 provided under AS 43.23.062(m).                                                                                         
28 Child Support Services  25,428,400 7,744,800 17,683,600                                                               
29  Child Support Services   25,428,400                                                                                    
30   Division                                                                                                              
31 Administration and Support  4,078,000 653,800 3,424,200                                                               
01  Commissioner's Office 917,600                                                                                          
02  Administrative Services 2,753,500                                                                                      
03  Criminal Investigations 406,900                                                                                        
04   Unit                                                                                                                  
05 Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority  440,100              440,100                                                    
06  Mental Health Trust        30,000                                                                                      
07   Operations                                                                                                            
08  Long Term Care Ombudsman 410,100                                                                                       
09   Office                                                                                                                
10 Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority  1,006,600           1,006,600                                                   
11  AMBBA Operations 1,006,600                                                                                             
12 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation  95,138,900           95,138,900                                                   
13  AHFC Operations 94,659,500                                                                                             
14  Alaska Corporation for 479,400                                                                                         
15   Affordable Housing                                                                                                    
16 Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation  168,573,300         168,573,300                                                    
17  APFC Operations 18,074,600                                                                                             
18  APFC Investment Management 150,498,700                                                                                 
19   Fees                                                                                                                  
20                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
21         * * * * * Department of Transportation and Public Facilities * * * * *                                        
22                   * * * * *                                            * * * * *                                      
23 Administration and Support        54,730,800  14,038,300 40,692,500                                                   
24  Commissioner's Office 1,962,800                                                                                        
25 It is the intent of the legislature that the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                         
26 develop criteria to identify critical locations and the types of lighting needed to decrease                            
27 traffic safety concerns.  In addition, the Department should work with local power utilities                            
28 collaboratively to mitigate the cost of installation and operation.                                                     
29  Contracting and Appeals 343,900                                                                                        
30  Equal Employment and Civil 1,141,700                                                                                   
31   Rights                                                                                                                
01 The amount allocated for Equal Employment and Civil Rights includes the unexpended and                                  
02 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the statutory designated program receipts collected                            
03 for the Alaska Construction Career Day events.                                                                          
04  Internal Review 793,100                                                                                                
05  Statewide Administrative 8,089,300                                                                                     
06   Services                                                                                                              
07 The amount allocated for Statewide Administrative Services includes the unexpended and                                  
08 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of receipts from all prior fiscal years collected under                           
09 the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities federal indirect cost plan for                                   
10 expenditures incurred by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.                                        
11  Information Systems and 10,281,300                                                                                     
12   Services                                                                                                              
13  Leased Facilities 2,957,700                                                                                            
14  Human Resources 2,366,400                                                                                              
15  Statewide Procurement 1,304,000                                                                                        
16  Central Region Support 1,762,000                                                                                       
17   Services                                                                                                              
18  Northern Region Support 1,806,700                                                                                      
19   Services                                                                                                              
20  Southcoast Region Support 2,557,100                                                                                    
21   Services                                                                                                              
22  Statewide Aviation 4,372,800                                                                                           
23 The amount allocated for Statewide Aviation includes the unexpended and unobligated                                     
24 balance on June 30, 2018, of the rental receipts and user fees collected from tenants of land                           
25 and buildings at Department of Transportation and Public Facilities rural airports under AS                             
26 02.15.090(a).                                                                                                           
27  Program Development and 8,312,100                                                                                      
28   Statewide Planning                                                                                                    
29 It is the intent of the legislature that federal Transportation Alternatives Program funding that                       
30 is otherwise eligible under federal law for transfer to other federal-aid apportioned programs                          
31 not be transferred from the Transportation Alternatives Program unless the state is in jeopardy                         
01 of losing the funding.                                                                                                  
02  Measurement Standards &  6,679,900                                                                                     
03   Commercial Vehicle                                                                                                    
04   Enforcement                                                                                                           
05 The amount allocated for Measurement Standards and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement                                       
06 includes the unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Unified Carrier                                
07 Registration Program receipts collected by the Department of Transportation and Public                                  
08 Facilities.                                                                                                             
09 Design, Engineering and Construction  107,807,000 1,604,200 106,202,800                                               
10  Statewide Design and     12,242,900                                                                                    
11   Engineering Services                                                                                                  
12 The amount allocated for Statewide Design and Engineering Services includes the                                         
13 unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of EPA Consent Decree fine receipts                                
14 collected by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.                                                    
15  Central Design and       22,593,200                                                                                    
16   Engineering Services                                                                                                  
17 The amount allocated for Central Design and Engineering Services includes the unexpended                                
18 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the general fund program receipts collected by                             
19 the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the sale or lease of excess right-of-                        
20 way.                                                                                                                    
21  Northern Design and      16,802,900                                                                                    
22   Engineering Services                                                                                                  
23 The amount allocated for Northern Design and Engineering Services includes the unexpended                               
24 and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the general fund program receipts collected by                             
25 the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the sale or lease of excess right-of-                        
26 way.                                                                                                                    
27  Southcoast Design and    10,948,600                                                                                    
28   Engineering Services                                                                                                  
29 The amount allocated for Southcoast Design and Engineering Services includes the                                        
30 unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the general fund program receipts                               
31 collected by the Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the sale or lease of                            
01 excess right-of-way.                                                                                                    
02  Central Region Construction 20,733,300                                                                                 
03   and CIP Support                                                                                                       
04  Northern Region          16,730,100                                                                                    
05   Construction and CIP                                                                                                  
06   Support                                                                                                               
07  Southcoast Region        7,756,000                                                                                     
08   Construction                                                                                                          
09 State Equipment Fleet             33,619,100             33,619,100                                                   
10  State Equipment Fleet 33,619,100                                                                                       
11 Highways, Aviation and Facilities  162,509,900 123,060,500 39,449,400                                                 
12 The amounts allocated for highways and aviation shall lapse into the general fund on August                             
13 31, 2019.                                                                                                               
14  Facilities Services 4,214,000                                                                                          
15  Central Region Facilities 8,444,800                                                                                    
16  Northern Region Facilities 13,767,600                                                                                  
17  Southcoast Region 3,409,900                                                                                            
18   Facilities                                                                                                            
19  Traffic Signal Management 1,770,400                                                                                    
20  Central Region Highways and 40,439,800                                                                                 
21   Aviation                                                                                                              
22  Northern Region Highways 60,758,700                                                                                    
23   and Aviation                                                                                                          
24  Southcoast Region Highways 23,444,300                                                                                  
25   and Aviation                                                                                                          
26  Whittier Access and Tunnel 6,260,400                                                                                   
27 The amount allocated for Whittier Access and Tunnel includes the unexpended and                                         
28 unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the Whittier Tunnel toll receipts collected by the                             
29 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities under AS 19.05.040(11).                                              
30 International Airports            87,148,400             87,148,400                                                   
31  International Airport 2,229,800                                                                                        
01   Systems Office                                                                                                        
02  Anchorage Airport        7,179,600                                                                                     
03   Administration                                                                                                        
04  Anchorage Airport        23,426,900                                                                                    
05   Facilities                                                                                                            
06  Anchorage Airport Field and 19,277,700                                                                                 
07   Equipment Maintenance                                                                                                 
08  Anchorage Airport 6,428,500                                                                                            
09   Operations                                                                                                            
10  Anchorage Airport Safety 11,464,600                                                                                    
11  Fairbanks Airport 2,079,400                                                                                            
12   Administration                                                                                                        
13  Fairbanks Airport 4,428,900                                                                                            
14   Facilities                                                                                                            
15  Fairbanks Airport Field and 4,362,700                                                                                  
16   Equipment Maintenance                                                                                                 
17  Fairbanks Airport 1,187,500                                                                                            
18   Operations                                                                                                            
19  Fairbanks Airport Safety 5,082,800                                                                                     
20 Marine Highway System             139,743,300 137,890,600 1,852,700                                                   
21  Marine Vessel Operations 100,011,900                                                                                   
22  Marine Vessel Fuel 20,593,400                                                                                          
23  Marine Engineering 3,372,400                                                                                           
24  Overhaul   1,647,800                                                                                                   
25  Reservations and Marketing 2,015,000                                                                                   
26  Marine Shore Operations 7,949,300                                                                                      
27  Vessel Operations 4,153,500                                                                                            
28   Management                                                                                                            
29                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                              
30                    * * * * * University of Alaska * * * * *                                                           
31                         * * * * *              * * * * *                                                              
01 University of Alaska              895,064,400 666,358,900 228,705,500                                                 
02  Budget Reductions/Additions 18,540,800                                                                                 
03   - Systemwide                                                                                                          
04  Statewide Services       33,118,000                                                                                    
05  Office of Information    17,265,100                                                                                    
06   Technology                                                                                                            
07  Anchorage Campus        264,573,400                                                                                    
08  Small Business Development 3,684,600                                                                                   
09   Center                                                                                                                
10  Kenai Peninsula College 16,440,000                                                                                     
11  Kodiak College 5,839,300                                                                                               
12  Matanuska-Susitna College 13,339,500                                                                                   
13  Prince William Sound 7,209,100                                                                                         
14   College                                                                                                               
15  Bristol Bay Campus 4,061,300                                                                                           
16  Chukchi Campus 2,335,400                                                                                               
17  College of Rural and 8,711,200                                                                                         
18   Community Development                                                                                                 
19  Fairbanks Campus 268,645,800                                                                                           
20  Interior Alaska Campus 5,325,000                                                                                       
21  Kuskokwim Campus 6,162,800                                                                                             
22  Northwest Campus 4,880,700                                                                                             
23  Fairbanks Organized 140,341,200                                                                                        
24   Research                                                                                                              
25  UAF Community and Technical 13,518,700                                                                                 
26   College                                                                                                               
27  Juneau Campus 42,530,900                                                                                               
28  Ketchikan Campus 5,473,300                                                                                             
29  Sitka Campus 7,655,200                                                                                                 
30  University of Alaska 3,934,600                                                                                         
31   Foundation                                                                                                            
01  Education Trust of Alaska 1,478,500                                                                                    
02                      * * * * *                              * * * * *                                                 
03             * * * * * Executive Branch-wide Appropriations * * * * *                                                  
04                      * * * * *                              * * * * *                                                 
05 Executive Branch-wide Appropriations  -2,328,600 -786,500 -1,542,100                                                  
06  State-Wide Efficiency    -2,328,600                                                                                    
07   Efforts                                                                                                               
08                           * * * * *   * * * * *                                                                       
09                        * * * * * Judiciary * * * * *                                                                  
10                           * * * * *   * * * * *                                                                       
11 Alaska Court System               101,498,700 99,157,400  2,341,300                                                   
12  Appellate Courts 7,106,400                                                                                             
13  Trial Courts 83,994,600                                                                                                
14  Administration and Support 10,397,700                                                                                  
15 Therapeutic Courts                  2,510,400  1,889,400   621,000                                                    
16  Therapeutic Courts 2,510,400                                                                                           
17 Commission on Judicial Conduct        441,500   441,500                                                               
18  Commission on Judicial 441,500                                                                                         
19   Conduct                                                                                                               
20 Judicial Council                    1,310,800  1,310,800                                                              
21  Judicial Council 1,310,800                                                                                             
22                           * * * * *     * * * * *                                                                     
23                       * * * * * Legislature * * * * *                                                                 
24                           * * * * *     * * * * *                                                                     
25 Budget and Audit Committee        14,409,300  13,659,300   750,000                                                    
26  Legislative Audit 5,720,900                                                                                            
27  Legislative Finance 6,778,700                                                                                          
28  Committee Expenses 1,909,700                                                                                           
29 Legislative Council               25,605,900  25,560,900    45,000                                                    
30  Salaries and Allowances 6,479,700                                                                                      
31  Administrative Services 9,733,400                                                                                      
01  Council and Subcommittees 682,000                                                                                      
02  Legal and Research Services 4,566,900                                                                                  
03  Select Committee on Ethics 253,500                                                                                     
04  Office of Victims Rights 971,600                                                                                       
05  Ombudsman  1,277,000                                                                                                   
06  Legislature State 1,641,800                                                                                            
07   Facilities Rent                                                                                                       
08 Information and Teleconference      3,183,500  3,178,500     5,000                                                    
09  Information and 3,183,500                                                                                              
10   Teleconference                                                                                                        
11 Legislative Operating Budget      20,549,800  20,517,200    32,600                                                    
12  Legislative Operating 10,864,000                                                                                       
13   Budget                                                                                                                
14  Session Expenses 8,987,800                                                                                             
15  Special Session/Contingency 698,000                                                                                    
16 House Session Per Diem              1,303,500  1,303,500                                                              
17  90-Day Session House 977,600                                                                                           
18  30-Day Extended Session 325,900                                                                                        
19   House                                                                                                                 
20 Senate Session Per Diem               651,700   651,700                                                               
21  90-Day Session Senate 488,800                                                                                          
22  30-Day Extended Session 162,900                                                                                        
23   Senate                                                                                                                
24            (SECTION 2 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 2. The following sets out the funding by agency for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Department of Administration                                                                                          
05  1002  Federal Receipts 3,572,400                                                                                       
06  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 69,717,900                                                                    
07  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 23,607,600                                                                         
08  1007  Interagency Receipts 122,974,800                                                                                 
09  1017  Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 33,900,600                                                                   
10  1023  FICA Administration Fund Account 132,000                                                                         
11  1029  Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 8,404,100                                                                 
12  1033  Surplus Federal Property Revolving Fund 327,600                                                                  
13  1034  Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 3,248,200                                                                         
14  1042  Judicial Retirement System 81,000                                                                                
15  1045  National Guard & Naval Militia Retirement System 267,000                                                         
16  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 738,000                                                                     
17  1081  Information Services Fund 47,554,700                                                                             
18  1147  Public Building Fund 15,399,500                                                                                  
19  1162  Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Receipts 7,461,400                                                      
20  1220  Crime Victim Compensation Fund 1,148,500                                                                         
21  1248  Alaska Comprehensive Health Insurance Fund 1,000,000                                                             
22  *** Total Agency Funding *** 339,535,300                                                                               
23 Department of Commerce, Community and Economic Development                                                            
24  1002  Federal Receipts 21,111,500                                                                                      
25  1003  General Fund Match 1,001,200                                                                                     
26  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 9,033,100                                                                     
27  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 8,859,700                                                                          
28  1007  Interagency Receipts 16,420,900                                                                                  
29  1036  Commercial Fishing Loan Fund 4,299,400                                                                           
30  1040  Real Estate Recovery Fund 291,300                                                                                
31  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 4,121,300                                                                   
01  1062  Power Project Fund 995,500                                                                                       
02  1070  Fisheries Enhancement Revolving Loan Fund 609,500                                                                
03  1074  Bulk Fuel Revolving Loan Fund 55,300                                                                             
04  1102  Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority Receipts 8,677,300                                              
05  1107  Alaska Energy Authority Corporate Receipts 980,700                                                               
06  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 16,458,300                                                                 
07  1141  Regulatory Commission of Alaska Receipts 8,975,200                                                               
08  1156  Receipt Supported Services 18,859,900                                                                            
09  1164  Rural Development Initiative Fund 57,900                                                                         
10  1169  Power Cost Equalization Endowment Fund Earnings 381,800                                                          
11  1170  Small Business Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund 55,600                                                   
12  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 336,600                                                                              
13  1202  Anatomical Gift Awareness Fund 80,000                                                                            
14  1209  Alaska Capstone Avionics Revolving Loan Fund 133,600                                                             
15  1210  Renewable Energy Grant Fund 2,000,000                                                                            
16  1216  Boat Registration Fees 196,900                                                                                   
17  1223  Commercial Charter Fisheries RLF 19,200                                                                          
18  1224  Mariculture RLF 19,200                                                                                           
19  1227  Alaska Microloan RLF 9,400                                                                                       
20  1235  Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas Project Fund 10,386,000                                                             
21  *** Total Agency Funding *** 134,426,300                                                                               
22 Department of Corrections                                                                                             
23  1002  Federal Receipts 7,695,900                                                                                       
24  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 281,168,000                                                                   
25  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 6,507,200                                                                          
26  1007  Interagency Receipts 13,432,000                                                                                  
27  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 422,600                                                                     
28  1171  PFD Appropriations in lieu of Dividends to Criminals 11,493,400                                                  
29  *** Total Agency Funding *** 320,719,100                                                                               
30 Department of Education and Early Development                                                                         
31  1002  Federal Receipts 229,916,500                                                                                     
01  1003  General Fund Match 1,028,800                                                                                     
02  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 42,944,900                                                                    
03  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 2,115,400                                                                          
04  1007  Interagency Receipts 22,947,700                                                                                  
05  1014  Donated Commodity/Handling Fee Account 382,700                                                                   
06  1043  Federal Impact Aid for K-12 Schools 20,791,000                                                                   
07  1066  Public School Trust Fund 10,000,000                                                                              
08  1106  Alaska Student Loan Corporation Receipts 11,742,800                                                              
09  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 1,691,500                                                                  
10  1145  Art in Public Places Fund 30,000                                                                                 
11  1151  Technical Vocational Education Program Receipts 437,900                                                          
12  1226  Alaska Higher Education Investment Fund 23,523,800                                                               
13  *** Total Agency Funding *** 367,553,000                                                                               
14 Department of Environmental Conservation                                                                              
15  1002  Federal Receipts 23,070,600                                                                                      
16  1003  General Fund Match 4,355,600                                                                                     
17  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 10,834,400                                                                    
18  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 8,685,400                                                                          
19  1007  Interagency Receipts 1,716,000                                                                                   
20  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 6,900                                                                        
21  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 15,825,900                                                      
22  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 3,708,900                                                                   
23  1093  Clean Air Protection Fund 4,507,500                                                                              
24  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 63,300                                                                     
25  1166  Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance Fund 1,783,900                                              
26  1205  Berth Fees for the Ocean Ranger Program 3,836,000                                                                
27  1230  Alaska Clean Water Administrative Fund 1,245,400                                                                 
28  1231  Alaska Drinking Water Administrative Fund 458,400                                                                
29  1232  In-State Natural Gas Pipeline Fund--Interagency 30,300                                                           
30  1236  Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas Project Fund I/A 62,100                                                             
31  *** Total Agency Funding *** 80,190,600                                                                                
01 Department of Fish and Game                                                                                           
02  1002  Federal Receipts 67,045,700                                                                                      
03  1003  General Fund Match 1,009,900                                                                                     
04  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 50,537,400                                                                    
05  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 2,547,500                                                                          
06  1007  Interagency Receipts 18,066,900                                                                                  
07  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 2,486,300                                                                    
08  1024  Fish and Game Fund 31,830,300                                                                                    
09  1055  Inter-Agency/Oil & Hazardous Waste 109,800                                                                       
10  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 4,768,200                                                                   
11  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 8,657,800                                                                  
12  1109  Test Fisheries Receipts 3,363,700                                                                                
13  1134  Fish and Game Criminal Fines and Penalties 400,000                                                               
14  1201  Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission Receipts 7,251,300                                                         
15  1223  Commercial Charter Fisheries RLF 1,000,000                                                                       
16  *** Total Agency Funding *** 199,074,800                                                                               
17 Office of the Governor                                                                                                
18  1002  Federal Receipts 230,000                                                                                         
19  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 23,135,800                                                                    
20  1007  Interagency Receipts 103,500                                                                                     
21  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 479,500                                                                     
22  1185  Election Fund 255,300                                                                                            
23  *** Total Agency Funding *** 24,204,100                                                                                
24 Department of Health and Social Services                                                                              
25  1002  Federal Receipts 1,883,365,000                                                                                   
26  1003  General Fund Match 784,168,000                                                                                   
27  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 193,120,000                                                                   
28  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 33,649,300                                                                         
29  1007  Interagency Receipts 73,672,800                                                                                  
30  1013  Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Revolving Loan Fund 2,000                                                              
31  1050  Permanent Fund Dividend Fund 17,724,700                                                                          
01  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 3,500,600                                                                   
02  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 21,318,000                                                                 
03  1168  Tobacco Use Education and Cessation Fund 9,125,500                                                               
04  1188  Federal Unrestricted Receipts 700,000                                                                            
05  1238  Vaccine Assessment Account 10,500,000                                                                            
06  1247  Medicaid Monetary Recoveries 219,800                                                                             
07  *** Total Agency Funding *** 3,031,065,700                                                                             
08 Department of Labor and Workforce Development                                                                         
09  1002  Federal Receipts 73,897,100                                                                                      
10  1003  General Fund Match 6,843,200                                                                                     
11  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 13,781,000                                                                    
12  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 3,488,100                                                                          
13  1007  Interagency Receipts 15,460,100                                                                                  
14  1031  Second Injury Fund Reserve Account 3,244,800                                                                     
15  1032  Fishermen's Fund 1,387,100                                                                                       
16  1049  Training and Building Fund 758,300                                                                               
17  1054  Employment Assistance and Training Program Account 8,447,000                                                     
18  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 93,700                                                                      
19  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 1,122,800                                                                  
20  1117  Voc Rehab Small Business Enterprise Revolving Fund (Federal) 125,000                                             
21  1151  Technical Vocational Education Program Receipts 6,134,000                                                        
22  1157  Workers Safety and Compensation Administration Account 9,117,900                                                 
23  1172  Building Safety Account 2,034,200                                                                                
24  1203  Workers Compensation Benefits Guarantee Fund 774,900                                                             
25  1237  Voc Rehab Small Business Enterprise Revolving Fund (State) 200,000                                               
26  *** Total Agency Funding *** 146,909,200                                                                               
27 Department of Law                                                                                                     
28  1002  Federal Receipts 1,492,400                                                                                       
29  1003  General Fund Match 508,300                                                                                       
30  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 50,037,800                                                                    
31  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 193,700                                                                            
01  1007  Interagency Receipts 26,810,700                                                                                  
02  1055  Inter-Agency/Oil & Hazardous Waste 457,300                                                                       
03  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 506,200                                                                     
04  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 2,617,000                                                              
05  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 918,000                                                                    
06  1141  Regulatory Commission of Alaska Receipts 2,348,600                                                               
07  1162  Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Receipts 225,000                                                        
08  1168  Tobacco Use Education and Cessation Fund 102,900                                                                 
09  *** Total Agency Funding *** 86,217,900                                                                                
10 Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs                                                                          
11  1002  Federal Receipts 30,691,500                                                                                      
12  1003  General Fund Match 7,843,900                                                                                     
13  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 9,120,600                                                                     
14  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 28,400                                                                             
15  1007  Interagency Receipts 5,054,700                                                                                   
16  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 1,748,600                                                                   
17  1101  Alaska Aerospace Corporation Fund 2,957,100                                                                      
18  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 435,000                                                                    
19  *** Total Agency Funding *** 57,879,800                                                                                
20 Department of Natural Resources                                                                                       
21  1002  Federal Receipts 16,644,300                                                                                      
22  1003  General Fund Match 746,200                                                                                       
23  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 55,837,100                                                                    
24  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 21,678,200                                                                         
25  1007  Interagency Receipts 6,274,900                                                                                   
26  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 133,000                                                                      
27  1021  Agricultural Revolving Loan Fund 496,700                                                                         
28  1055  Inter-Agency/Oil & Hazardous Waste 48,900                                                                        
29  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 5,394,500                                                                   
30  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 5,969,600                                                              
31  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 12,897,500                                                                 
01  1153  State Land Disposal Income Fund 5,930,100                                                                        
02  1154  Shore Fisheries Development Lease Program 349,000                                                                
03  1155  Timber Sale Receipts 997,300                                                                                     
04  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 4,142,000                                                                            
05  1216  Boat Registration Fees 300,000                                                                                   
06  1232  In-State Natural Gas Pipeline Fund--Interagency 517,900                                                          
07  *** Total Agency Funding *** 138,357,200                                                                               
08 Department of Public Safety                                                                                           
09  1002  Federal Receipts 16,487,600                                                                                      
10  1003  General Fund Match 693,300                                                                                       
11  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 161,099,400                                                                   
12  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 6,282,400                                                                          
13  1007  Interagency Receipts 8,488,900                                                                                   
14  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 2,457,100                                                                   
15  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 271,000                                                                    
16  *** Total Agency Funding *** 195,779,700                                                                               
17 Department of Revenue                                                                                                 
18  1002  Federal Receipts 75,261,800                                                                                      
19  1003  General Fund Match 7,228,500                                                                                     
20  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 17,285,900                                                                    
21  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 1,711,300                                                                          
22  1007  Interagency Receipts 9,793,300                                                                                   
23  1016  CSSD Federal Incentive Payments 1,800,000                                                                        
24  1017  Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 26,845,200                                                                   
25  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 34,600                                                                       
26  1029  Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 22,305,000                                                                
27  1034  Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 10,371,700                                                                        
28  1042  Judicial Retirement System 367,500                                                                               
29  1045  National Guard & Naval Militia Retirement System 241,200                                                         
30  1050  Permanent Fund Dividend Fund 8,246,600                                                                           
31  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 3,477,700                                                                   
01  1066  Public School Trust Fund 125,500                                                                                 
02  1103  Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Receipts 32,438,700                                                           
03  1104  Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Receipts 901,600                                                                      
04  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 168,667,800                                                            
05  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 105,000                                                                    
06  1133  CSSD Administrative Cost Reimbursement 1,376,500                                                                 
07  1169  Power Cost Equalization Endowment Fund Earnings 359,100                                                          
08  *** Total Agency Funding *** 388,944,500                                                                               
09 Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                                                                    
10  1002  Federal Receipts 2,066,200                                                                                       
11  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 178,621,500                                                                   
12  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 4,803,800                                                                          
13  1007  Interagency Receipts 3,955,400                                                                                   
14  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 34,583,300                                                               
15  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 90,272,600                                                                   
16  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 161,668,800                                                                 
17  1076  Alaska Marine Highway System Fund 51,470,900                                                                     
18  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 535,100                                                                    
19  1190  Adak Airport Operations 52,000                                                                                   
20  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 5,497,300                                                                            
21  1214  Whittier Tunnel Toll Receipts 1,929,400                                                                          
22  1215  Unified Carrier Registration Receipts 513,500                                                                    
23  1232  In-State Natural Gas Pipeline Fund--Interagency 28,500                                                           
24  1239  Aviation Fuel Tax Account 4,622,100                                                                              
25  1244  Rural Airport Receipts 8,481,900                                                                                 
26  1245  Rural Airport Lease I/A 256,100                                                                                  
27  1249  Motor Fuel Tax Receipts 36,200,100                                                                               
28  *** Total Agency Funding *** 585,558,500                                                                               
29 University of Alaska                                                                                                  
30  1002  Federal Receipts 143,852,700                                                                                     
31  1003  General Fund Match 4,777,300                                                                                     
01  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 330,450,400                                                                   
02  1007  Interagency Receipts 16,201,100                                                                                  
03  1048  University of Alaska Restricted Receipts 326,203,800                                                             
04  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 10,530,700                                                                  
05  1151  Technical Vocational Education Program Receipts 4,926,400                                                        
06  1174  University of Alaska Intra-Agency Transfers 58,121,000                                                           
07  1234  Special License Plates Receipts 1,000                                                                            
08  *** Total Agency Funding *** 895,064,400                                                                               
09 Executive Branch-wide Appropriations                                                                                  
10  1002  Federal Receipts -118,700                                                                                        
11  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts -786,500                                                                      
12  1007  Interagency Receipts -484,200                                                                                    
13  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts -392,100                                                                    
14  1081  Information Services Fund -547,100                                                                               
15  *** Total Agency Funding *** -2,328,600                                                                                
16 Judiciary                                                                                                             
17  1002  Federal Receipts 841,000                                                                                         
18  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 102,799,100                                                                   
19  1007  Interagency Receipts 1,401,700                                                                                   
20  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 585,000                                                                    
21  1133  CSSD Administrative Cost Reimbursement 134,600                                                                   
22  *** Total Agency Funding *** 105,761,400                                                                               
23 Legislature                                                                                                           
24  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 64,550,000                                                                    
25  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts 321,100                                                                            
26  1007  Interagency Receipts 832,600                                                                                     
27  *** Total Agency Funding *** 65,703,700                                                                                
28 * * * * * Total Budget * * * * * 7,160,616,600                                                                        
29            (SECTION 3 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01 * Sec. 3. The following sets out the statewide funding for the appropriations made in sec. 1 of                       
02 this Act.                                                                                                               
03  Funding Source                                            Amount                                                       
04 Unrestricted General                                                                                                  
05  1003  General Fund Match 820,204,200                                                                                   
06  1004  Unrestricted General Fund Receipts 1,663,287,800                                                                 
07  *** Total Unrestricted General *** 2,483,492,000                                                                       
08 Designated General                                                                                                    
09  1005  General Fund/Program Receipts                    124,479,100                                                     
10  1021  Agricultural Revolving Loan Fund 496,700                                                                         
11  1031  Second Injury Fund Reserve Account 3,244,800                                                                     
12  1032  Fishermen's Fund 1,387,100                                                                                       
13  1036  Commercial Fishing Loan Fund 4,299,400                                                                           
14  1040  Real Estate Recovery Fund 291,300                                                                                
15  1048  University of Alaska Restricted Receipts 326,203,800                                                             
16  1049  Training and Building Fund 758,300                                                                               
17  1052  Oil/Hazardous Release Prevention & Response Fund 15,825,900                                                      
18  1054  Employment Assistance and Training Program Account 8,447,000                                                     
19  1062  Power Project Fund 995,500                                                                                       
20  1070  Fisheries Enhancement Revolving Loan Fund 609,500                                                                
21  1074  Bulk Fuel Revolving Loan Fund 55,300                                                                             
22  1076  Alaska Marine Highway System Fund 51,470,900                                                                     
23  1109  Test Fisheries Receipts 3,363,700                                                                                
24  1134  Fish and Game Criminal Fines and Penalties 400,000                                                               
25  1141  Regulatory Commission of Alaska Receipts 11,323,800                                                              
26  1151  Technical Vocational Education Program Receipts 11,498,300                                                       
27  1153  State Land Disposal Income Fund 5,930,100                                                                        
28  1154  Shore Fisheries Development Lease Program 349,000                                                                
29  1155  Timber Sale Receipts 997,300                                                                                     
30  1156  Receipt Supported Services 18,859,900                                                                            
31  1157  Workers Safety and Compensation Administration Account 9,117,900                                                 
01  1162  Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission Receipts 7,686,400                                                      
02  1164  Rural Development Initiative Fund 57,900                                                                         
03  1168  Tobacco Use Education and Cessation Fund 9,228,400                                                               
04  1169  Power Cost Equalization Endowment Fund Earnings 740,900                                                          
05  1170  Small Business Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund 55,600                                                   
06  1172  Building Safety Account 2,034,200                                                                                
07  1200  Vehicle Rental Tax Receipts 9,975,900                                                                            
08  1201  Commercial Fisheries Entry Commission Receipts 7,251,300                                                         
09  1202  Anatomical Gift Awareness Fund 80,000                                                                            
10  1203  Workers Compensation Benefits Guarantee Fund 774,900                                                             
11  1209  Alaska Capstone Avionics Revolving Loan Fund 133,600                                                             
12  1210  Renewable Energy Grant Fund 2,000,000                                                                            
13  1216  Boat Registration Fees 496,900                                                                                   
14  1223  Commercial Charter Fisheries RLF 1,019,200                                                                       
15  1224  Mariculture RLF 19,200                                                                                           
16  1226  Alaska Higher Education Investment Fund 23,523,800                                                               
17  1227  Alaska Microloan RLF 9,400                                                                                       
18  1234  Special License Plates Receipts 1,000                                                                            
19  1237  Voc Rehab Small Business Enterprise Revolving Fund (State) 200,000                                               
20  1238  Vaccine Assessment Account 10,500,000                                                                            
21  1247  Medicaid Monetary Recoveries 219,800                                                                             
22  1248  Alaska Comprehensive Health Insurance Fund 1,000,000                                                             
23  1249  Motor Fuel Tax Receipts 36,200,100                                                                               
24  *** Total Designated General *** 713,613,100                                                                           
25 Other Non-Duplicated                                                                                                  
26  1017  Group Health and Life Benefits Fund 60,745,800                                                                   
27  1018  Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trust--Civil 2,626,200                                                                    
28  1023  FICA Administration Fund Account 132,000                                                                         
29  1024  Fish and Game Fund 31,830,300                                                                                    
30  1027  International Airports Revenue Fund 90,307,200                                                                   
31  1029  Public Employees Retirement Trust Fund 30,709,100                                                                
01  1034  Teachers Retirement Trust Fund 13,619,900                                                                        
02  1042  Judicial Retirement System 448,500                                                                               
03  1045  National Guard & Naval Militia Retirement System 508,200                                                         
04  1066  Public School Trust Fund 10,125,500                                                                              
05  1093  Clean Air Protection Fund 4,507,500                                                                              
06  1101  Alaska Aerospace Corporation Fund 2,957,100                                                                      
07  1102  Alaska Industrial Development & Export Authority Receipts 8,677,300                                              
08  1103  Alaska Housing Finance Corporation Receipts 32,438,700                                                           
09  1104  Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Receipts 901,600                                                                      
10  1105  Permanent Fund Corporation Gross Receipts 177,254,400                                                            
11  1106  Alaska Student Loan Corporation Receipts 11,742,800                                                              
12  1107  Alaska Energy Authority Corporate Receipts 980,700                                                               
13  1108  Statutory Designated Program Receipts 65,058,300                                                                 
14  1117  Voc Rehab Small Business Enterprise Revolving Fund (Federal) 125,000                                             
15  1166  Commercial Passenger Vessel Environmental Compliance Fund 1,783,900                                              
16  1205  Berth Fees for the Ocean Ranger Program 3,836,000                                                                
17  1214  Whittier Tunnel Toll Receipts 1,929,400                                                                          
18  1215  Unified Carrier Registration Receipts 513,500                                                                    
19  1230  Alaska Clean Water Administrative Fund 1,245,400                                                                 
20  1231  Alaska Drinking Water Administrative Fund 458,400                                                                
21  1239  Aviation Fuel Tax Account 4,622,100                                                                              
22  1244  Rural Airport Receipts 8,481,900                                                                                 
23  *** Total Other Non-Duplicated *** 568,566,700                                                                         
24 Federal Receipts                                                                                                      
25  1002  Federal Receipts 2,597,123,500                                                                                   
26  1013  Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Revolving Loan Fund 2,000                                                              
27  1014  Donated Commodity/Handling Fee Account 382,700                                                                   
28  1016  CSSD Federal Incentive Payments 1,800,000                                                                        
29  1033  Surplus Federal Property Revolving Fund 327,600                                                                  
30  1043  Federal Impact Aid for K-12 Schools 20,791,000                                                                   
31  1133  CSSD Administrative Cost Reimbursement 1,511,100                                                                 
01  1188  Federal Unrestricted Receipts 700,000                                                                            
02  1190  Adak Airport Operations 52,000                                                                                   
03  *** Total Federal Receipts *** 2,622,689,900                                                                           
04 Other Duplicated                                                                                                      
05  1007  Interagency Receipts 363,123,800                                                                                 
06  1026  Highways Equipment Working Capital Fund 34,583,300                                                               
07  1050  Permanent Fund Dividend Fund 25,971,300                                                                          
08  1055  Inter-Agency/Oil & Hazardous Waste 616,000                                                                       
09  1061  Capital Improvement Project Receipts 203,224,300                                                                 
10  1081  Information Services Fund 47,007,600                                                                             
11  1145  Art in Public Places Fund 30,000                                                                                 
12  1147  Public Building Fund 15,399,500                                                                                  
13  1171  PFD Appropriations in lieu of Dividends to Criminals 11,493,400                                                  
14  1174  University of Alaska Intra-Agency Transfers 58,121,000                                                           
15  1185  Election Fund 255,300                                                                                            
16  1220  Crime Victim Compensation Fund 1,148,500                                                                         
17  1232  In-State Natural Gas Pipeline Fund--Interagency 576,700                                                          
18  1235  Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas Project Fund 10,386,000                                                             
19  1236  Alaska Liquefied Natural Gas Project Fund I/A 62,100                                                             
20  1245  Rural Airport Lease I/A 256,100                                                                                  
21  *** Total Other Duplicated *** 772,254,900                                                                             
22            (SECTION 4 OF THIS ACT BEGINS ON THE NEXT PAGE)                                                              
01    * Sec. 4. LEGISLATIVE INTENT. (a) It is the intent of the legislature that the amounts                             
02 appropriated by this Act are the full amounts that will be appropriated for those purposes for                          
03 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                   
04       (b)  The money appropriated in this Act includes the amount necessary to pay the costs                            
05 of personal services because of reclassification of job classes during the fiscal year ending                           
06 June 30, 2019.                                                                                                          
07       (c)  It is the intent of the legislature that no state funds be used for specialty                                
08 memberships, except when authorized by law.                                                                             
09    * Sec. 5. ALASKA AEROSPACE CORPORATION. Federal receipts and other corporate                                       
10 receipts of the Alaska Aerospace Corporation received during the fiscal year ending June 30,                            
11 2019, that are in excess of the amount appropriated in sec. 1 of this Act are appropriated to the                       
12 Alaska Aerospace Corporation for operations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                   
13    * Sec. 6. ALASKA HOUSING FINANCE CORPORATION. (a) The board of directors of                                        
14 the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation anticipates that $29,445,800 of the adjusted change                              
15 in net assets from the second preceding fiscal year will be available for appropriation for the                         
16 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
17 (b)  The Alaska Housing Finance Corporation shall retain the amount set out in (a) of                                   
18 this section for the purpose of paying debt service for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, in                        
19 the following estimated amounts:                                                                                        
20 (1)  $1,000,000 for debt service on University of Alaska, Anchorage,                                                    
21 dormitory construction, authorized under ch. 26, SLA 1996;                                                              
22 (2)  $7,217,995 for debt service on the bonds described under ch. 1, SSSLA                                              
23 2002;                                                                                                                   
24 (3)  $3,788,481 for debt service on the bonds authorized under sec. 4, ch. 120,                                         
25 SLA 2004.                                                                                                               
26 (c)  After deductions for the items set out in (b) of this section and deductions for                                   
27 appropriations for operating and capital purposes are made, any remaining balance of the                                
28 amount set out in (a) of this section for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated to                      
29 the general fund.                                                                                                       
30 (d)  All unrestricted mortgage loan interest payments, mortgage loan commitment                                         
31 fees, and other unrestricted receipts received by or accrued to the Alaska Housing Finance                              
01 Corporation during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, and all income earned on assets of                             
02 the corporation during that period are appropriated to the Alaska Housing Finance                                       
03 Corporation to hold as corporate receipts for the purposes described in AS 18.55 and                                    
04 AS 18.56. The corporation shall allocate its corporate receipts between the Alaska housing                              
05 finance revolving fund (AS 18.56.082) and senior housing revolving fund (AS 18.56.710(a))                               
06 under procedures adopted by the board of directors.                                                                     
07 (e)  The sum of $800,000,000 is appropriated from the corporate receipts appropriated                                   
08 to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation and allocated between the Alaska housing finance                              
09 revolving fund (AS 18.56.082) and senior housing revolving fund (AS 18.56.710(a)) under                                 
10 (d) of this section to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation for the fiscal year ending                                
11 June 30, 2019, for housing loan programs not subsidized by the corporation.                                             
12 (f)  The sum of $30,000,000 is appropriated from the portion of the corporate receipts                                  
13 appropriated to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation and allocated between the Alaska                                 
14 housing finance revolving fund (AS 18.56.082) and senior housing revolving fund                                         
15 (AS 18.56.710(a)) under (d) of this section that is derived from arbitrage earnings to the                              
16 Alaska Housing Finance Corporation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, for housing                                
17 loan programs and projects subsidized by the corporation.                                                               
18    * Sec. 7. ALASKA INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT AND EXPORT AUTHORITY. The                                                  
19 sum of $4,792,000, which has been declared available by the Alaska Industrial Development                               
20 and Export Authority board of directors under AS 44.88.088, for appropriation as the                                    
21 dividend for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated from the unrestricted                                
22 balance in the Alaska Industrial Development and Export Authority revolving fund                                        
23 (AS 44.88.060) to the general fund.                                                                                     
24    * Sec. 8. ALASKA PERMANENT FUND. (a) The amount required to be deposited under                                     
25 AS 37.13.010(a)(1), estimated to be $295,500,000, during the fiscal year ending June 30,                                
26 2019, is appropriated to the principal of the Alaska permanent fund in satisfaction of that                             
27 requirement.                                                                                                            
28 (b)  The income earned during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, on revenue from                                     
29 the sources set out in AS 37.13.145(d), estimated to be $28,000,000, is appropriated to the                             
30 Alaska capital income fund (AS 37.05.565).                                                                              
31 (c)  The sum of $2,722,842,518, which is equal to 5.25 percent of the average market                                    
01 value of the Alaska permanent fund, including the earnings reserve account established under                            
02 AS 37.13.145, but not including that portion of the principal attributed to the settlement of                           
03 State v. Amerada Hess, et al., 1JU-77-847 Civ. (Superior Court, First Judicial District), for the                       
04 fiscal years ending June 30, 2013, June 30, 2014, June 30, 2015, June 30, 2016, and June 30,                            
05 2017, is appropriated from the earnings reserve account (AS 37.13.145) as follows:                                      
06 (1) the amount necessary, estimated to be $1,023,487,200, for payment of a                                              
07 permanent fund dividend of $1,600, to the dividend fund (AS 43.23.045(a)), for the fiscal year                          
08 ending June 30, 2019;                                                                                                   
09 (2) the remainder, after the appropriation in (1) of this subsection, estimated to                                      
10 be $1,699,355,318, to the general fund.                                                                                 
11  (d)  The amount calculated under AS 37.13.145(c), after the appropriations made in                                     
12 (c) of this section, estimated to be $942,000,000, is appropriated from the earnings reserve                            
13 account (AS 37.13.145) to the principal of the Alaska permanent fund to offset the effect of                            
14 inflation on the principal of the Alaska permanent fund for the fiscal year ending June 30,                             
15 2019.                                                                                                                   
16    * Sec. 9. DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION. (a) The amount necessary to fund the                                       
17 uses of the state insurance catastrophe reserve account described in AS 37.05.289(a) is                                 
18 appropriated from that account to the Department of Administration for those uses for the                               
19 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
20 (b)  The amount necessary to fund the uses of the working reserve account described                                     
21 in AS 37.05.510(a) is appropriated from that account to the Department of Administration for                            
22 those uses for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                    
23 (c)  The amount necessary to have an unobligated balance of $5,000,000 in the                                           
24 working reserve account described in AS 37.05.510(a) is appropriated from the                                           
25 unencumbered balance of any appropriation enacted to finance the payment of employee                                    
26 salaries and benefits that is determined to be available for lapse at the end of the fiscal year                        
27 ending June 30, 2019, to the working reserve account (AS 37.05.510(a)).                                                 
28 (d)  The amount necessary to have an unobligated balance of $10,000,000 in the group                                    
29 health and life benefits fund (AS 39.30.095), after the appropriations made in (b) and (c) of                           
30 this section, is appropriated from the unencumbered balance of any appropriation that is                                
31 determined to be available for lapse at the end of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, to the                         
01 group health and life benefits fund (AS 39.30.095).                                                                     
02 (e)  The amount received in settlement of a claim against a bond guaranteeing the                                       
03 reclamation of state, federal, or private land, including the plugging or repair of a well,                             
04 estimated to be $150,000, is appropriated to the Alaska Oil and Gas Conservation                                        
05 Commission for the purpose of reclaiming the state, federal, or private land affected by a use                          
06 covered by the bond for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                           
07 (f)  If the amount necessary to cover plan sponsor costs, including actuarial costs, for                                
08 retirement system benefit payment calculations exceeds the amount appropriated for that                                 
09 purpose in sec. 1 of this Act, after all allowable payments from retirement system fund                                 
10 sources, that amount, not to exceed $500,000, is appropriated from the general fund to the                              
11 Department of Administration for that purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                 
12 (g)  The amount necessary to cover actuarial costs associated with bills introduced by                                  
13 the legislature, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                         
14 Administration for that purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                               
15    * Sec. 10. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, COMMUNITY, AND ECONOMIC                                                         
16 DEVELOPMENT. (a) The unexpended and unobligated balance of federal money                                                
17 apportioned to the state as national forest income that the Department of Commerce,                                     
18 Community, and Economic Development determines would lapse into the unrestricted portion                                
19 of the general fund on June 30, 2019, under AS 41.15.180(j) is appropriated to home rule                                
20 cities, first class cities, second class cities, a municipality organized under federal law, or                         
21 regional educational attendance areas entitled to payment from the national forest income for                           
22 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, to be allocated among the recipients of national forest                           
23 income according to their pro rata share of the total amount distributed under AS 41.15.180(c)                          
24 and (d) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                       
25 (b)  If the amount necessary to make national forest receipts payments under                                            
26 AS 41.15.180 exceeds the amount appropriated for that purpose in sec. 1 of this Act, the                                
27 amount necessary to make national forest receipt payments is appropriated from federal                                  
28 receipts received for that purpose to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                        
29 Economic Development, revenue sharing, national forest receipts allocation, for the fiscal                              
30 year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                              
31 (c)  If the amount necessary to make payments in lieu of taxes for cities in the                                        
01 unorganized borough under AS 44.33.020(a)(20) exceeds the amount appropriated for that                                  
02 purpose in sec. 1 of this Act, the amount necessary to make those payments is appropriated                              
03 from federal receipts received for that purpose to the Department of Commerce, Community,                               
04 and Economic Development, revenue sharing, payment in lieu of taxes allocation, for the                                 
05 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
06 (d)  An amount equal to the salmon enhancement tax collected under AS 43.76.001 -                                       
07 43.76.028 in calendar year 2017, estimated to be $6,950,000, and deposited in the general                               
08 fund under AS 43.76.025(c) is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                   
09 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for payment in the fiscal year ending                                     
10 June 30, 2019, to qualified regional associations operating within a region designated under                            
11 AS 16.10.375.                                                                                                           
12 (e)  An amount equal to the seafood development tax collected under AS 43.76.350 -                                      
13 43.76.399 in calendar year 2017, estimated to be $2,150,000, and deposited in the general                               
14 fund under AS 43.76.380(d), is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                  
15 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development for payment in the fiscal year ending                                     
16 June 30, 2019, to qualified regional seafood development associations for the following                                 
17 purposes:                                                                                                               
18 (1)  promotion of seafood and seafood by-products that are harvested in the                                             
19 region and processed for sale;                                                                                          
20 (2)  promotion of improvements to the commercial fishing industry and                                                   
21 infrastructure in the seafood development region;                                                                       
22 (3)  establishment of education, research, advertising, or sales promotion                                              
23 programs for seafood products harvested in the region;                                                                  
24 (4)  preparation of market research and product development plans for the                                               
25 promotion of seafood and their by-products that are harvested in the region and processed for                           
26 sale;                                                                                                                   
27 (5)  cooperation with the Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute and other public                                           
28 or private boards, organizations, or agencies engaged in work or activities similar to the work                         
29 of the organization, including entering into contracts for joint programs of consumer                                   
30 education, sales promotion, quality control, advertising, and research in the production,                               
31 processing, or distribution of seafood harvested in the region;                                                         
01 (6)  cooperation with commercial fishermen, fishermen's organizations,                                                  
02 seafood processors, the Alaska Fisheries Development Foundation, the Fishery Industrial                                 
03 Technology Center, state and federal agencies, and other relevant persons and entities to                               
04 investigate market reception to new seafood product forms and to develop commodity                                      
05 standards and future markets for seafood products.                                                                      
06 (f)  The amount necessary, estimated to be $32,355,000, not to exceed the amount                                        
07 determined under AS 42.45.085(a), is appropriated from the power cost equalization                                      
08 endowment fund (AS 42.45.070(a)) to the Department of Commerce, Community, and                                          
09 Economic Development, Alaska Energy Authority, power cost equalization allocation, for the                              
10 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
11 (g)  The amount of federal receipts received for the reinsurance program under                                          
12 AS 21.55 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated to the Department of                              
13 Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, division of insurance, for the                                           
14 reinsurance program under AS 21.55 for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2019, June 30, 2020,                            
15 June 30, 2021, June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023.                                                                        
16    * Sec. 11. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY DEVELOPMENT. If a school                                              
17 district closes a school during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, the school district                               
18 transfers the students from the closed school to one or more schools in the same community                              
19 and school district, and the school district does not receive an adjustment under                                       
20 AS 14.17.410(b)(1)(E), an amount equal to the amount of the reduction in state aid under                                
21 AS 14.17.400 - 14.17.490 that results from the school closure is appropriated from the general                          
22 fund to the Department of Education and Early Development for distribution to that school                               
23 district for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019. It is the intent of the legislature that, if a                       
24 school district closes a school during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2020, an appropriation                           
25 similar to the appropriation made in this section be included in the operating budget for the                           
26 fiscal year ending June 30, 2020.                                                                                     
27    * Sec. 12. DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. (a) An amount equal to the dive fishery                                    
28 management assessment collected under AS 43.76.150 - 43.76.210 during the fiscal year                                   
29 ending June 30, 2018, estimated to be $500,000, and deposited in the general fund is                                    
30 appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Fish and Game for payment in the                                
31 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, to the qualified regional dive fishery development                                    
01 association in the administrative area where the assessment was collected.                                              
02 (b)  After the appropriation made in sec. 22(v) of this Act, the remaining balance of                                   
03 the Alaska sport fishing enterprise account (AS 16.05.130(e)) in the fish and game fund                                 
04 (AS 16.05.100), not to exceed $500,000, is appropriated to the Department of Fish and Game                              
05 for sport fish operations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                     
06    * Sec. 13. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES. (a) The sum of                                                
07 $10,500,000 is appropriated from the Alaska comprehensive health insurance fund                                         
08 (AS 21.55.430) to the Department of Health and Social Services, behavioral health,                                      
09 designated evaluation and treatment, for hospital-based mental health care, for the fiscal years                        
10 ending June 30, 2019, June 30, 2020, and June 30, 2021.                                                                 
11 (b)  The sum of $10,500,000 is appropriated from federal receipts to the Department                                     
12 of Health and Social Services, Medicaid services, health care Medicaid services, for hospital-                          
13 based mental health care, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2019, June 30, 2020, and                                 
14 June 30, 2021.                                                                                                          
15 (c)  The sum of $3,000,000 is appropriated from the commercial charter fisheries                                        
16 revolving loan fund (AS 16.10.801) to the Department of Health and Social Services, public                              
17 assistance, Alaska temporary assistance program, to satisfy the maintenance of effort                                   
18 requirement for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2019, and June 30, 2020.                                               
19    * Sec. 14. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT. (a) If the                                               
20 amount necessary to pay benefit payments from the workers' compensation benefits guaranty                               
21 fund (AS 23.30.082) exceeds the amount appropriated for that purpose in sec. 1 of this Act,                             
22 the additional amount necessary to pay those benefit payments is appropriated for that                                  
23 purpose from the workers' compensation benefits guaranty fund (AS 23.30.082) to the                                     
24 Department of Labor and Workforce Development, workers' compensation benefits guaranty                                  
25 fund allocation, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                              
26 (b)  If the amount necessary to pay benefit payments from the second injury fund                                        
27 (AS 23.30.040(a)) exceeds the amount appropriated for that purpose in sec. 1 of this Act, the                           
28 additional amount necessary to make those benefit payments is appropriated for that purpose                             
29 from the second injury fund (AS 23.30.040(a)) to the Department of Labor and Workforce                                  
30 Development, second injury fund allocation, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                   
31 (c)  If the amount necessary to pay benefit payments from the fishermen's fund                                          
01 (AS 23.35.060) exceeds the amount appropriated for that purpose in sec. 1 of this Act, the                              
02 additional amount necessary to pay those benefit payments is appropriated for that purpose                              
03 from the fishermen's fund (AS 23.35.060) to the Department of Labor and Workforce                                       
04 Development, fishermen's fund allocation, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                     
05 (d)  If the amount of contributions received by the Alaska Vocational Technical Center                                  
06 under AS 21.96.070, AS 43.20.014, AS 43.55.019, AS 43.56.018, AS 43.65.018,                                             
07 AS 43.75.018, and AS 43.77.045 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, exceeds the                                 
08 amount appropriated for the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Alaska                                       
09 Vocational Technical Center, in sec. 1 of this Act, the additional contributions are                                    
10 appropriated to the Department of Labor and Workforce Development, Alaska Vocational                                    
11 Technical Center, Alaska Vocational Technical Center allocation, for the purpose of operating                           
12 the center, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                   
13    * Sec. 15. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS' AFFAIRS. Five percent of                                           
14 the average ending market value in the Alaska veterans' memorial endowment fund                                         
15 (AS 37.14.700) for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2016, June 30, 2017, and June 30, 2018,                             
16 estimated to be $11,300, is appropriated from the Alaska veterans' memorial endowment fund                              
17 (AS 37.14.700) to the Department of Military and Veterans' Affairs for the purposes specified                           
18 in AS 37.14.730(b) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                            
19    * Sec. 16. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES. (a) The interest earned during                                         
20 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, on the reclamation bond posted by Cook Inlet Energy for                           
21 operation of an oil production platform in Cook Inlet under lease with the Department of                                
22 Natural Resources, estimated to be $150,000, is appropriated from interest held in the general                          
23 fund to the Department of Natural Resources for the purpose of the bond for the fiscal years                            
24 ending June 30, 2019, June 30, 2020, and June 30, 2021.                                                                 
25 (b)  The amount necessary for the purposes specified in AS 37.14.820 for the fiscal                                     
26 year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $30,000, is appropriated from the mine                                       
27 reclamation trust fund operating account (AS 37.14.800(a)) to the Department of Natural                                 
28 Resources for those purposes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                  
29 (c)  The amount received in settlement of a claim against a bond guaranteeing the                                       
30 reclamation of state, federal, or private land, including the plugging or repair of a well,                             
31 estimated to be $50,000, is appropriated to the Department of Natural Resources for the                                 
01 purpose of reclaiming the state, federal, or private land affected by a use covered by the bond                         
02 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                               
03 (d)  Federal receipts received for fire suppression during the fiscal year ending                                       
04 June 30, 2019, estimated to be $8,500,000, are appropriated to the Department of Natural                                
05 Resources for fire suppression activities for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                     
06 (e)  If any portion of the federal receipts appropriated to the Department of Natural                                   
07 Resources for division of forestry wildland firefighting crews is not received, that amount, not                        
08 to exceed $1,125,000, is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Natural                                
09 Resources, fire suppression preparedness, for the purpose of paying costs of the division of                            
10 forestry wildland firefighting crews for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                          
11    * Sec. 17. OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR. The sum of $1,847,000 is appropriated from the                                  
12 general fund to the Office of the Governor, division of elections, for costs associated with                            
13 conducting the statewide primary and general elections for the fiscal years ending June 30,                             
14 2019, and June 30, 2020.                                                                                                
15    * Sec. 18. UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA. The sum of $499,500 is appropriated from the                                      
16 Alaska comprehensive health insurance fund (AS 21.55.430) to the University of Alaska,                                
17 Anchorage campus, Institute for Circumpolar Health Studies, for the purpose of conducting                               
18 research to establish a baseline for prenatal and newborn vitamin D levels for Alaska women                             
19 and children, to determine the prevalence of vitamin D deficiency among pregnant women                                  
20 and newborns, and to consider whether prenatal vitamin D screenings and supplementation                                 
21 guidelines should be modified for Alaska women and children, for the fiscal years ending                                
22 June 30, 2019, and June 30, 2020.                                                                                       
23    * Sec. 19. BANKCARD SERVICE FEES. (a) The amount necessary to compensate the                                       
24 collector or trustee of fees, licenses, taxes, or other money belonging to the state during the                         
25 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated for that purpose for the fiscal year ending                           
26 June 30, 2019, to the agency authorized by law to generate the revenue, from the funds and                              
27 accounts in which the payments received by the state are deposited. In this subsection,                                 
28 "collector or trustee" includes vendors retained by the state on a contingency fee basis.                               
29 (b)  The amount necessary to compensate the provider of bankcard or credit card                                         
30 services to the state during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated for that                             
31 purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, to each agency of the executive, legislative,                         
01 and judicial branches that accepts payment by bankcard or credit card for licenses, permits,                            
02 goods, and services provided by that agency on behalf of the state, from the funds and                                  
03 accounts in which the payments received by the state are deposited.                                                     
04    * Sec. 20. DEBT AND OTHER OBLIGATIONS. (a) The amount required to pay interest                                     
05 on any revenue anticipation notes issued by the commissioner of revenue under AS 43.08                                  
06 during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the                               
07 general fund to the Department of Revenue for payment of the interest on those notes for the                            
08 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
09 (b)  The amount required to be paid by the state for the principal of and interest on all                               
10 issued and outstanding state-guaranteed bonds, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the                             
11 general fund to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation for payment of the principal of and                              
12 interest on those bonds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                       
13 (c)  The amount necessary for payment of principal and interest, redemption premium,                                    
14 and trustee fees, if any, on bonds issued by the state bond committee under AS 37.15.560 for                            
15 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $1,590,500, is appropriated from interest                         
16 earnings of the Alaska clean water fund (AS 46.03.032(a)) to the Alaska clean water fund                                
17 revenue bond redemption fund (AS 37.15.565).                                                                            
18 (d)  The amount necessary for payment of principal and interest, redemption premium,                                    
19 and trustee fees, if any, on bonds issued by the state bond committee under AS 37.15.560 for                            
20 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $1,655,700, is appropriated from interest                         
21 earnings of the Alaska drinking water fund (AS 46.03.036(a)) to the Alaska drinking water                               
22 fund revenue bond redemption fund (AS 37.15.565).                                                                       
23 (e)  The sum of $4,531,078 is appropriated from the general fund to the following                                       
24 agencies for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, for payment of debt service on outstanding                           
25 debt authorized by AS 14.40.257, AS 29.60.700, and AS 42.45.065, respectively, for the                                  
26 following projects:                                                                                                     
27       AGENCY AND PROJECT             APPROPRIATION AMOUNT                                                               
28       (1)  University of Alaska                    $1,215,650                                                           
29            Anchorage Community and Technical                                                                            
30                 College Center                                                                                          
31            Juneau Readiness Center/UAS Joint Facility                                                                   
01       (2)  Department of Transportation and Public Facilities                                                           
02            (A)  Matanuska-Susitna Borough            709,113                                                            
03                 (deep water port and road upgrade)                                                                      
04            (B)  Aleutians East Borough/False Pass    162,179                                                            
05                 (small boat harbor)                                                                                     
06            (C)  City of Valdez (harbor renovations)  207,150                                                            
07            (D)  Aleutians East Borough/Akutan        234,348                                                            
08                 (small boat harbor)                                                                                     
09            (E)  Fairbanks North Star Borough         338,287                                                            
10                 (Eielson AFB Schools, major                                                                             
11                 maintenance and upgrades)                                                                               
12            (F)  City of Unalaska (Little South America 369,495                                                          
13                 (LSA) Harbor)                                                                                           
14       (3)  Alaska Energy Authority                                                                                      
15            (A)  Kodiak Electric Association          943,676                                                            
16                 (Nyman combined cycle cogeneration plant)                                                               
17            (B)  Copper Valley Electric Association   351,180                                                            
18                 (cogeneration projects)                                                                                 
19 (f)  The amount necessary for payment of lease payments and trustee fees relating to                                    
20 certificates of participation issued for real property for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019,                        
21 estimated to be $2,892,650, is appropriated from the general fund to the state bond committee                           
22 for that purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                              
23 (g)  The sum of $3,303,500 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                   
24 Administration for the purpose of paying the obligation of the Linny Pacillo Parking Garage                             
25 in Anchorage to the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation for the fiscal year ending June 30,                              
26 2019.                                                                                                                   
27 (h)  The following amounts are appropriated to the state bond committee from the                                        
28 specified sources, and for the stated purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019:                               
29 (1)  the sum of $58,400 from the investment earnings on the bond proceeds                                               
30 deposited in the capital project funds for the series 2009A general obligation bonds, for                               
31 payment of debt service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general                                     
01 obligation bonds, series 2009A;                                                                                         
02            (2)  the sum of $26,300 from the investment loss trust fund (AS 37.14.300(a)),                               
03 for payment of debt service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general                                 
04 obligation bonds, series 2009A;                                                                                         
05 (3)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                           
06 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2009A, after the payments made                             
07 in (1) and (2) of this subsection, estimated to be $7,875,700, from the general fund for that                           
08 purpose;                                                                                                                
09            (4)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                
10 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2010A, estimated to be                                     
11 $2,194,004, from the amount received from the United States Treasury as a result of the                                 
12 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Build America Bond credit payments due                                  
13 on the series 2010A general obligation bonds;                                                                           
14 (5)  the sum of $8,700 from the investment earnings on the bond proceeds                                                
15 deposited in the capital project funds for the series 2010A general obligation bonds, for                               
16 payment of debt service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general                                     
17 obligation bonds, series 2010A;                                                                                         
18 (6)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                           
19 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2010A, after payments made in                              
20 (4) and (5) of this subsection, estimated to be $4,552,235, from the general fund for that                              
21 purpose;                                                                                                                
22 (7)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                           
23 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2010B, estimated to be                                     
24 $2,227,757, from the amount received from the Unites States Treasury as a result of the                                 
25 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Qualified School Construction Bond                                      
26 interest subsidy payments due on the series 2010B general obligation bonds;                                             
27 (8)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                           
28 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2010B, after the payment made in                           
29 (7) of this subsection, estimated to be $176,143, from the general fund for that purpose;                               
30 (9)  the sum of $11,100 from the State of Alaska general obligation bonds,                                              
31 series 2012A bond issue premium, interest earnings, and accrued interest held in the debt                               
01 service fund of the series 2012A bonds for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                              
02 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2012A;                                                     
03 (10)  the amount necessary, estimated to be $28,755,900, for payment of debt                                            
04 service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series                            
05 2012A, from the general fund for that purpose;                                                                          
06 (11)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                          
07 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2013A, estimated to be $427,658,                           
08 from the amount received from the United Sates Treasury as a result of the American                                     
09 Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, Qualified School Construction Bond interest                                      
10 subsidy payments due on the series 2013A general obligation bonds;                                                      
11 (12)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                          
12 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2013A, after the payments made                             
13 in (11) of this subsection, estimated to be $33,180, from the general fund for that purpose;                            
14 (13)  the sum of $452,900 from the investment earnings on the bond proceeds                                             
15 deposited in the capital project funds for the series 2013B general obligation bonds, for                               
16 payment of debt service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general                                     
17 obligation bonds, series 2013B;                                                                                         
18 (14)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                          
19 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2013B, after the payment made in                           
20 (13) of this subsection, estimated to be $15,716,225, from the general fund for that purpose;                           
21 (15)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                          
22 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2015B, estimated to be                                     
23 $4,721,250, from the general fund for that purpose;                                                                     
24 (16)  the sum of $3,400 from the State of Alaska general obligation bonds,                                              
25 series 2016A bond issue premium, interest earnings, and accrued interest held in the debt                               
26 service fund of the series 2016A bonds for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                              
27 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2016A;                                                     
28 (17)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                                          
29 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2016A, after the payment made                              
30 in (16) of this subsection, estimated to be $11,104,725, from the general fund for that purpose;                        
31 (18)  the sum of $1,249,100, from the investment earnings on the bond                                                   
01 proceeds deposited in the capital project funds for the series 2016B general obligation bonds,                          
02 for payment of debt service and accrued interest on outstanding State of Alaska general                                 
03 obligation bonds, series 2016B;                                                                                         
04            (19)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                               
05 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2016B, after the payment made in                           
06 (18) of this subsection, estimated to be $9,703,400, from the general fund for that purpose;                            
07            (20)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest on                               
08 outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2018A, estimated to be                                     
09 $4,000,000, from the general fund for that purpose;                                                                     
10 (21)  the amount necessary for payment of trustee fees on outstanding State of                                          
11 Alaska general obligation bonds, series 2009A, 2010A, 2010B, 2012A, 2013A, 2013B,                                       
12 2015B, 2016A, 2016B, and 2018A, estimated to be $3,000, from the general fund for that                                  
13 purpose;                                                                                                                
14 (22)  the amount necessary for the purpose of authorizing payment to the                                                
15 United States Treasury for arbitrage rebate on outstanding State of Alaska general obligation                           
16 bonds, estimated to be $200,000, from the general fund for that purpose;                                                
17 (23)  if the proceeds of state general obligation bonds issued are temporarily                                          
18 insufficient to cover costs incurred on projects approved for funding with these proceeds, the                          
19 amount necessary to prevent this cash deficiency, from the general fund, contingent on                                  
20 repayment to the general fund as soon as additional state general obligation bond proceeds                              
21 have been received by the state; and                                                                                    
22 (24)  if the amount necessary for payment of debt service and accrued interest                                          
23 on outstanding State of Alaska general obligation bonds exceeds the amounts appropriated in                             
24 this subsection, the additional amount necessary to pay the obligations, from the general fund                          
25 for that purpose.                                                                                                       
26 (i)  The following amounts are appropriated to the state bond committee from the                                        
27 specified sources, and for the stated purposes, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019:                               
28 (1)  the amount necessary for debt service on outstanding international airports                                        
29 revenue bonds, estimated to be $5,200,000, from the collection of passenger facility charges                            
30 approved by the Federal Aviation Administration at the Alaska international airports system;                            
31 (2)  the amount necessary for debt service and trustee fees on outstanding                                              
01 international airports revenue bonds, estimated to be $398,820, from the amount received                                
02 from the Unites States Treasury as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act                               
03 of 2009, Build America Bonds federal interest subsidy payments due on the series 2010D                                  
04 general airport revenue bonds;                                                                                          
05 (3)  the amount necessary for payment of debt service and trustee fees on                                               
06 outstanding international airports revenue bonds, after payments made in (1) and (2) of this                            
07 subsection, estimated to be $31,997,949, from the International Airports Revenue Fund                                   
08 (AS 37.15.430(a)) for that purpose; and                                                                                 
09 (4)  the amount necessary for payment of principal and interest, redemption                                             
10 premiums, and trustee fees, if any, associated with the early redemption of international                               
11 airports revenue bonds authorized under AS 37.15.410 - 37.15.550, estimated to be                                       
12 $10,000,000, from International Airports Revenue Fund (AS 37.15.430(a)).                                                
13 (j)  If federal receipts are temporarily insufficient to cover international airports                                   
14 system project expenditures approved for funding with those receipts, the amount necessary to                           
15 prevent that cash deficiency, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the general fund to the                          
16 International Airports Revenue Fund (AS 37.15.430(a)), for the fiscal year ending June 30,                              
17 2019, contingent on repayment to the general fund, plus interest, as soon as additional federal                         
18 receipts have been received by the state for that purpose.                                                              
19 (k)  The amount of federal receipts deposited in the International Airports Revenue                                     
20 Fund (AS 37.15.430(a)) necessary to reimburse the general fund for international airports                               
21 system project expenditures, plus interest, estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the                                
22 International Airports Revenue Fund (AS 37.15.430(a)) to the general fund.                                              
23 (l)  The amount necessary for payment of obligations and fees for the Goose Creek                                       
24 Correctional Center, estimated to be $16,373,575, is appropriated from the general fund to the                          
25 Department of Administration for that purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                 
26 (m)  The amount necessary for state aid for costs of school construction under                                          
27 AS 14.11.100, estimated to be $108,057,300, is appropriated to the Department of Education                              
28 and Early Development for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, from the following sources:                             
29            (1)  $22,200,000 from the School Fund (AS 43.50.140);                                                        
30 (2)  the amount necessary, after the appropriation made in (1) of this                                                  
31 subsection, estimated to be $85,857,300, from the general fund.                                                         
01 (n)  The amounts appropriated to the Alaska fish and game revenue bond redemption                                       
02 fund (AS 37.15.770) during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $6,372,100,                            
03 are appropriated to the state bond committee for payment of debt service, accrued interest,                             
04 and trustee fees on outstanding sport fish hatchery revenue bonds and for early redemption of                           
05 those bonds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                   
06    * Sec. 21. FEDERAL AND OTHER PROGRAM RECEIPTS. (a) Section 38(a), ch. 1,                                           
07 SSSLA 2017, is amended to read:                                                                                         
08 (a)  Federal receipts, designated program receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(3),                                        
09 other than designated program receipts received by the Alaska Gasline                                               
10 Development Corporation, information services fund program receipts under                                           
11 AS 44.21.045(b), Exxon Valdez oil spill trust receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(4),                                        
12 receipts of the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation, receipts of the Alaska marine                                       
13 highway system fund under AS 19.65.060(a), receipts of the University of Alaska                                         
14 under AS 37.05.146(b)(2), and receipts of commercial fisheries test fishing operations                                  
15 under AS 37.05.146(c)(21) that are received during the fiscal year ending June 30,                                      
16 2018, and that exceed the amounts appropriated by this Act are appropriated                                             
17       conditioned on compliance with the program review provisions of AS 37.07.080(h).                                  
18 (b)  Federal receipts, designated program receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(3), other                                      
19 than designated program receipts received by the Alaska Gasline Development Corporation,                                
20 information services fund program receipts under AS 44.21.045(b), Exxon Valdez oil spill                                
21 trust receipts under AS 37.05.146(b)(4), receipts of the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation,                            
22 receipts of the Alaska marine highway system fund under AS 19.65.060(a), receipts of the                                
23 University of Alaska under AS 37.05.146(b)(2), and receipts of commercial fisheries test                                
24 fishing operations under AS 37.05.146(c)(21) that are received during the fiscal year ending                            
25 June 30, 2019, and that exceed the amounts appropriated by this Act are appropriated                                    
26 conditioned on compliance with the program review provisions of AS 37.07.080(h).                                        
27 (c)  If federal or other program receipts under AS 37.05.146 and AS 44.21.045(b) that                                   
28 are received during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, exceed the amounts appropriated by                            
29 this Act, the appropriations from state funds for the affected program shall be reduced by the                          
30 excess if the reductions are consistent with applicable federal statutes.                                               
31 (d)  If federal or other program receipts under AS 37.05.146 and AS 44.21.045(b) that                                   
01 are received during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, fall short of the amounts                                     
02 appropriated by this Act, the affected appropriation is reduced by the amount of the shortfall                          
03 in receipts.                                                                                                            
04    * Sec. 22. FUND CAPITALIZATION. (a) The portions of the fees listed in this subsection                             
05 that are collected during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $23,300, are                            
06 appropriated to the Alaska children's trust grant account (AS 37.14.205(a)):                                            
07            (1)  fees collected under AS 18.50.225, less the cost of supplies, for the                                   
08 issuance of heirloom birth certificates;                                                                                
09            (2)  fees collected under AS 18.50.272, less the cost of supplies, for the                                   
10 issuance of heirloom marriage certificates;                                                                             
11 (3)  fees collected under AS 28.10.421(d) for the issuance of special request                                           
12 Alaska children's trust license plates, less the cost of issuing the license plates.                                    
13 (b)  The amount of federal receipts received for disaster relief during the fiscal year                                 
14 ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $9,000,000, is appropriated to the disaster relief fund                           
15 (AS 26.23.300(a)).                                                                                                      
16 (c)  The sum of $2,000,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the disaster relief                                 
17 fund (AS 26.23.300(a)).                                                                                                 
18 (d)  The unexpended and unobligated balances of the following funds and accounts on                                     
19 June 30, 2018, estimated to be a total of $6,154,862, are appropriated to the disaster relief                           
20 fund (AS 26.23.300(a)):                                                                                                 
21  FUND SOURCE ESTIMATED AMOUNT                                                                                           
22  (1)  Alternative energy conservation revolving $2,755,400                                                              
23   loan fund (AS 45.88.010)                                                                                              
24  (2)  Mining loan fund (AS 27.09.010) 200,900                                                                           
25  (3)  Unincorporated community capital project  646,200                                                                 
26            matching grant fund (AS 37.06.020)                                                                           
27  (4)  Municipal capital project matching grant  253,500                                                                 
28            fund (AS 37.06.010)                                                                                          
29  (5)  Investment loss trust fund (AS 37.14.300) 2,298,862                                                               
30 (e)  The amount of municipal bond bank receipts determined under AS 44.85.270(h) to                                     
31 be available for transfer by the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority for the fiscal year                               
01 ending June 30, 2018, estimated to be $0, is appropriated to the Alaska municipal bond bank                             
02 authority reserve fund (AS 44.85.270(a)).                                                                               
03 (f)  If the Alaska Municipal Bond Bank Authority must draw on the Alaska municipal                                      
04 bond bank authority reserve fund (AS 44.85.270(a)) because of a default by a borrower, an                               
05 amount equal to the amount drawn from the reserve is appropriated from the general fund to                              
06 the Alaska municipal bond bank authority reserve fund (AS 44.85.270(a)).                                                
07       (g)  The sum of $49,000,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the oil and gas                              
08 tax credit fund (AS 43.55.028).                                                                                         
09       (h)  The sum of $30,000,000 is appropriated from the power cost equalization                                      
10 endowment fund (AS 42.45.070) to the community assistance fund (AS 29.60.850).                                          
11 (i)  The amount necessary, when added to the appropriations to the public education                                     
12 fund (AS 14.17.300) made by the Thirtieth Alaska State Legislature during the Second                                    
13 Regular Session and enacted into law on or before July 1, 2018, to fund the total amount for                            
14 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, of state aid calculated under the public school funding                           
15 formula under AS 14.17.410(b), estimated to be $1,189,677,400, is appropriated from the                                 
16 general fund to the public education fund (AS 14.17.300).                                                               
17 (j)  The amount necessary, when added to the appropriations to the public education                                     
18 fund (AS 14.17.300) made by the Thirtieth Alaska State Legislature during the Second                                    
19 Regular Session and enacted into law on or before July 1, 2018, estimated to be $78,184,600,                            
20 to fund transportation of students under AS 14.09.010 for the fiscal year ending June 30,                               
21 2019, is appropriated from the general fund to the public education fund (AS 14.17.300).                                
22 (k)  The sum of $39,661,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the regional                                       
23 educational attendance area and small municipal school district school fund                                             
24 (AS 14.11.030(a)).                                                                                                      
25 (l)  The amount necessary to pay medical insurance premiums for eligible surviving                                      
26 dependents under AS 39.60.040 and the Department of Public Safety's costs associated with                               
27 administering the peace officer and firefighter survivors' fund (AS 39.60.010) for the fiscal                           
28 year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $48,000, is appropriated from the general fund to                            
29 the peace officer and firefighter survivors' fund (AS 39.60.010) for that purpose.                                      
30 (m)  The amount of statutory designated program receipts received by the Alaska                                         
31 Gasline Development Corporation during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, not to exceed                              
01 $1,000,000,000, is appropriated to the Alaska liquefied natural gas project fund                                        
02 (AS 31.25.110).                                                                                                         
03 (n)  The amount of statutory designated program receipts received by the Alaska                                         
04 Gasline Development Corporation during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, not to exceed                              
05 $1,000,000,000, is appropriated to the Alaska liquefied natural gas project fund                                        
06 (AS 31.25.110).                                                                                                         
07       (o)  The unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of the in-state natural                             
08 gas pipeline fund (AS 31.25.100), estimated to be $12,000,000, is appropriated to the Alaska                            
09 liquefied natural gas project fund (AS 31.25.110).                                                                      
10 (p)  The amount of federal receipts awarded or received for capitalization of the                                       
11 Alaska clean water fund (AS 46.03.032(a)) during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, less                             
12 the amount expended for administering the loan fund and other eligible activities, estimated to                         
13 be $7,598,400, is appropriated from federal receipts to the Alaska clean water fund                                     
14 (AS 46.03.032(a)).                                                                                                      
15 (q)  The amount necessary to match federal receipts awarded or received for                                             
16 capitalization of the Alaska clean water fund (AS 46.03.032(a)) during the fiscal year ending                           
17 June 30, 2019, estimated to be $1,583,000, is appropriated from Alaska clean water fund                                 
18 revenue bond receipts to the Alaska clean water fund (AS 46.03.032(a)).                                                 
19 (r)  The amount of federal receipts awarded or received for capitalization of the Alaska                                
20 drinking water fund (AS 46.03.036(a)) during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, less the                             
21 amount expended for administering the loan fund and other eligible activities, estimated to be                          
22 $6,086,290, is appropriated from federal receipts to the Alaska drinking water fund                                     
23 (AS 46.03.036(a)).                                                                                                      
24 (s)  The amount necessary to match federal receipts awarded or received for                                             
25 capitalization of the Alaska drinking water fund (AS 46.03.036(a)) during the fiscal year                               
26 ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $1,648,200, is appropriated from Alaska drinking water                            
27 fund revenue bond receipts to the Alaska drinking water fund (AS 46.03.036(a)).                                         
28 (t)  The amount received under AS 18.67.162 as program receipts, estimated to be                                        
29 $70,000, including donations and recoveries of or reimbursement for awards made from the                                
30 crime victim compensation fund (AS 18.67.162), during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019,                             
31 is appropriated to the crime victim compensation fund (AS 18.67.162).                                                   
01 (u)  The sum of $1,078,500 is appropriated from that portion of the dividend fund                                       
02 (AS 43.23.045(a)) that would have been paid to individuals who are not eligible to receive a                            
03 permanent fund dividend because of a conviction or incarceration under AS 43.23.005(d) to                               
04 the crime victim compensation fund (AS 18.67.162) for the purposes of the crime victim                                  
05 compensation fund (AS 18.67.162).                                                                                       
06 (v)  The amount required for payment of debt service, accrued interest, and trustee                                     
07 fees on outstanding sport fish hatchery revenue bonds for the fiscal year ending June 30,                               
08 2019, estimated to be $4,304,500, is appropriated from the Alaska sport fishing enterprise                              
09 account (AS 16.05.130(e)) in the fish and game fund (AS 16.05.100) to the Alaska fish and                               
10 game revenue bond redemption fund (AS 37.15.770) for that purpose.                                                      
11 (w)  After the appropriations made in sec. 12(b) of this Act and (v) of this section, the                               
12 remaining balance of the Alaska sport fishing enterprise account (AS 16.05.130(e)) in the fish                          
13 and game fund (AS 16.05.100), estimated to be $2,067,600, is appropriated from the Alaska                               
14 sport fishing enterprise account (AS 16.05.130(e)) in the fish and game fund (AS 16.05.100)                             
15 to the Alaska fish and game revenue bond redemption fund (AS 37.15.770) for early                                       
16 redemption of outstanding sport fish hatchery revenue bonds for the fiscal year ending                                  
17 June 30, 2019.                                                                                                          
18 (x)  If the amounts appropriated to the Alaska fish and game revenue bond redemption                                    
19 fund (AS 37.15.770) in (w) of this section are less than the amount required for the payment                            
20 of debt service, accrued interest, and trustee fees on outstanding sport fish hatchery revenue                          
21 bonds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, federal receipts equal to the lesser of $102,000                        
22 or the deficiency balance, estimated to be $0, are appropriated to the Alaska fish and game                             
23 revenue bond redemption fund (AS 37.15.770) for the payment of debt service, accrued                                    
24 interest, and trustee fees on outstanding sport fish hatchery revenue bonds for the fiscal year                         
25 ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                                   
26 (y)  An amount equal to the interest earned on amounts in the election fund required                                    
27 by the federal Help America Vote Act, estimated to be $35,000, is appropriated to the election                          
28 fund for use in accordance with 42 U.S.C. 15404(b)(2).                                                                  
29    * Sec. 23. FUND TRANSFERS. (a) The federal funds received by the state under 42 U.S.C.                             
30 6506a(l) or former 42 U.S.C. 6508 not appropriated for grants under AS 37.05.530(d) are                                 
31 appropriated as follows:                                                                                                
01 (1)  to the principal of the Alaska permanent fund (art. IX, sec. 15, Constitution                                      
02 of the State of Alaska) and the public school trust fund (AS 37.14.110(a)), according to                                
03 AS 37.05.530(g)(1) and (2); and                                                                                         
04 (2)  to the principal of the Alaska permanent fund (art. IX, sec. 15, Constitution                                      
05 of the State of Alaska), the public school trust fund (AS 37.14.110(a)), and the power cost                             
06 equalization and rural electric capitalization fund (AS 42.45.100(a)), according to                                     
07 AS 37.05.530(g)(3).                                                                                                     
08 (b)  The loan origination fees collected by the Alaska Commission on Postsecondary                                      
09 Education for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, are appropriated to the origination fee                             
10 account (AS 14.43.120(u)) within the education loan fund (AS 14.42.210(a)) of the Alaska                                
11 Student Loan Corporation for the purposes specified in AS 14.43.120(u).                                                 
12 (c)  An amount equal to 50 percent of punitive damages deposited into the general                                       
13 fund under AS 09.17.020(j) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, estimated to be $1,000,                            
14 is appropriated from the general fund to the civil legal services fund (AS 37.05.590) for the                           
15 purpose of making appropriations from the fund to organizations that provide civil legal                                
16 services to low-income individuals.                                                                                     
17 (d)  The following amounts are appropriated to the oil and hazardous substance release                                  
18 prevention account (AS 46.08.010(a)(1)) in the oil and hazardous substance release                                      
19 prevention and response fund (AS 46.08.010(a)) from the sources indicated:                                              
20 (1)  the balance of the oil and hazardous substance release prevention                                                  
21 mitigation account (AS 46.08.020(b)) in the general fund on July 1, 2018, estimated to be                               
22 $1,200,000, not otherwise appropriated by this Act;                                                                     
23 (2)  the amount collected for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, estimated to                                        
24 be $6,080,000, from the surcharge levied under AS 43.55.300; and                                                        
25 (3)  the amount collected for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, estimated to                                        
26 be $7,000,000, from the surcharge levied under AS 43.40.005.                                                            
27 (e)  The following amounts are appropriated to the oil and hazardous substance release                                  
28 response account (AS 46.08.010(a)(2)) in the oil and hazardous substance release prevention                             
29 and response fund (AS 46.08.010(a)) from the following sources:                                                         
30 (1)  the balance of the oil and hazardous substance release response mitigation                                         
31 account (AS 46.08.025(b)) in the general fund on July 1, 2018, estimated to be $700,000, not                            
01 otherwise appropriated by this Act; and                                                                                 
02            (2)  the amount collected for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2018, from the                                 
03 surcharge levied under AS 43.55.201, estimated to be $1,520,000.                                                        
04       (f)  The sum of $14,000,000 is appropriated from the power cost equalization                                      
05 endowment fund (AS 42.45.070) to the renewable energy grant fund (AS 42.45.045).                                        
06       (g)  The vaccine assessment program receipts collected under AS 18.09.220, estimated                              
07 to be $10,500,000, are appropriated to the vaccine assessment account (AS 18.09.230).                                   
08       (h)  The unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, estimated to be                                     
09 $827,630, of the Alaska clean water administrative income account (AS 46.03.034(a)(2)) in                               
10 the Alaska clean water administrative fund (AS 46.03.034) is appropriated to the Alaska clean                           
11 water administrative operating account (AS 46.03.034(a)(1)) in the Alaska clean water                                   
12 administrative fund (AS 46.03.034).                                                                                     
13 (i)  The unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, estimated to be                                           
14 $603,560, of the Alaska drinking water administrative income account (AS 46.03.038(a)(2))                               
15 in the Alaska drinking water administrative fund (AS 46.03.038) is appropriated to the Alaska                           
16 drinking water administrative operating account (AS 46.03.038(a)(1)) in the Alaska drinking                             
17 water administrative fund (AS 46.03.038).                                                                               
18 (j)  An amount equal to the interest earned on amounts in the special aviation fuel tax                                 
19 account (AS 43.40.010(e)) during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is appropriated to the                           
20 special aviation fuel tax account (AS 43.40.010(e)).                                                                    
21 (k)  An amount equal to the revenue collected from the following sources during the                                     
22 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, estimated to be $1,032,500, is appropriated to the fish and                           
23 game fund (AS 16.05.100):                                                                                               
24 (1)  range fees collected at shooting ranges operated by the Department of Fish                                         
25 and Game (AS 16.05.050(a)(15)), estimated to be $500,000;                                                               
26 (2)  receipts from the sale of waterfowl conservation stamp limited edition                                             
27 prints (AS 16.05.826(a)), estimated to be $2,500;                                                                       
28 (3)  fees collected for sanctuary access permits (AS 16.05.050(a)(15)),                                                 
29 estimated to be $130,000; and                                                                                           
30 (4)  fees collected at boating and angling access sites managed by the                                                  
31 Department of Natural Resources, division of parks and outdoor recreation, under a                                      
01 cooperative agreement authorized under AS 16.05.050(a)(6), estimated to be $400,000.                                    
02 (l)  The balance of the mine reclamation trust fund income account (AS 37.14.800(a))                                    
03 on June 30, 2018, and money deposited in that account during the fiscal year ending June 30,                            
04 2019, estimated to be $30,000, are appropriated to the mine reclamation trust fund operating                            
05 account (AS 37.14.800(a)).                                                                                              
06    * Sec. 24. RETIREMENT SYSTEM FUNDING. (a) The sum of $135,219,000 is                                               
07 appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Administration for deposit in the                               
08 defined benefit plan account in the public employees' retirement system as an additional state                          
09 contribution under AS 39.35.280 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                               
10 (b)  The sum of $128,174,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department                                    
11 of Administration for deposit in the defined benefit plan account in the teachers' retirement                           
12 system as an additional state contribution under AS 14.25.085 for the fiscal year ending                                
13 June 30, 2019.                                                                                                          
14 (c)  The sum of $4,909,000 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                   
15 Administration for deposit in the defined benefit plan account in the judicial retirement                               
16 system for the purpose of funding the judicial retirement system under AS 22.25.046 for the                             
17 fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                       
18 (d)  The sum of $851,686 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                     
19 Military and Veterans' Affairs for deposit in the defined benefit plan account in the Alaska                            
20 National Guard and Alaska Naval Militia retirement system for the purpose of funding the                                
21 Alaska National Guard and Alaska Naval Militia retirement system under AS 26.05.226 for                                 
22 the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                   
23 (e)  The sum of $1,806,400 is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                   
24 Administration to pay benefit payments to eligible members and survivors of eligible                                    
25 members earned under the elected public officer's retirement system for the fiscal year ending                          
26 June 30, 2019.                                                                                                          
27 (f)  The amount necessary to pay benefit payments to eligible members and survivors                                     
28 of eligible members earned under the Unlicensed Vessel Personnel Annuity Retirement Plan,                               
29 estimated to be $0, is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of Administration                           
30 for that purpose for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.                                                              
31 (g)  It is the intent of the legislature that the Alaska Retirement Management Board                                    
01 consider the funding ratio when recommending an amount for deposit in the defined benefit                               
02 plan account in the Alaska National Guard and Alaska Naval Militia retirement system.                                   
03    * Sec. 25. SALARY AND BENEFIT ADJUSTMENTS. (a) The operating budget                                                
04 appropriations made in sec. 1 of this Act include amounts for salary and benefit adjustments                            
05 for public officials, officers, and employees of the executive branch, Alaska Court System                              
06 employees, employees of the legislature, and legislators and to implement the monetary terms                            
07 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, of the following ongoing collective bargaining                                
08 agreements:                                                                                                             
09            (1)  Alaska State Employees Association, for the general government unit;                                    
10 (2)  Alaska Vocational Technical Center Teachers' Association, National                                                 
11 Education Association, representing the employees of the Alaska Vocational Technical                                    
12 Center;                                                                                                                 
13            (3)  Confidential Employees Association, representing the confidential unit;                                 
14 (4)  Public Safety Employees Association, representing the regularly                                                    
15 commissioned public safety officers unit.                                                                               
16 (b)  The operating budget appropriations made to the University of Alaska in sec. 1 of                                  
17 this Act include amounts for salary and benefit adjustments for the fiscal year ending June 30,                         
18 2019, for university employees who are not members of a collective bargaining unit and to                               
19 implement the monetary terms for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, of the following                                 
20 collective bargaining agreements:                                                                                       
21            (1)  University of Alaska Federation of Teachers (UAFT);                                                     
22            (2)  Alaska Higher Education Crafts and Trades Employees, Local 6070;                                        
23            (3)  Fairbanks Firefighters Union, IAFF Local 1324;                                                          
24 (4)  United Academic - Adjuncts - American Association of University                                                    
25 Professors, American Federation of Teachers;                                                                            
26 (5)  United Academics - American Association of University Professors,                                                  
27 American Federation of Teachers.                                                                                        
28 (c)  If a collective bargaining agreement listed in (a) of this section is not ratified by                              
29 the membership of the respective collective bargaining unit, the appropriations made in this                            
30 Act applicable to the collective bargaining unit's agreement are adjusted proportionately by                            
31 the amount for that collective bargaining agreement, and the corresponding funding source                               
01 amounts are adjusted accordingly.                                                                                       
02 (d)  If a collective bargaining agreement listed in (b) of this section is not ratified by                              
03 the membership of the respective collective bargaining unit and approved by the Board of                                
04 Regents of the University of Alaska, the appropriations made in this Act applicable to the                              
05 collective bargaining unit's agreement are adjusted proportionately by the amount for that                              
06 collective bargaining agreement, and the corresponding funding source amounts are adjusted                              
07 accordingly.                                                                                                            
08    * Sec. 26. SHARED TAXES AND FEES. (a) The amount necessary to refund to local                                      
09 governments and other entities their share of taxes and fees collected in the listed fiscal years                       
10 under the following programs is appropriated from the general fund to the Department of                                 
11 Revenue for payment to local governments and other entities in the fiscal year ending                                   
12 June 30, 2019:                                                                                                          
13                                     FISCAL YEAR     ESTIMATED                                                           
14       REVENUE SOURCE                COLLECTED       AMOUNT                                                              
15  Fisheries business tax (AS 43.75) 2018 $25,900,000                                                                     
16  Fishery resource landing tax (AS 43.77) 2018 6,300,000                                                                 
17  Electric and telephone cooperative tax 2019 4,200,000                                                                  
18            (AS 10.25.570)                                                                                               
19       Liquor license fee (AS 04.11)     2019            900,000                                                         
20       Cost recovery fisheries (AS 16.10.455) 2019       100,000                                                         
21 (b)  The amount necessary, estimated to be $100,000, to refund to local governments                                     
22 their share of an aviation fuel tax or surcharge under AS 43.40 for the fiscal year ending                              
23 June 30, 2019, is appropriated from the proceeds of the aviation fuel tax or surcharge levied                           
24 under AS 43.40 to the Department of Revenue for that purpose.                                                           
25 (c)  The amount necessary to pay the first seven ports of call their share of the tax                                   
26 collected under AS 43.52.220 in calendar year 2017 according to AS 43.52.230(b), estimated                              
27 to be $17,000,000, is appropriated from the commercial vessel passenger tax account                                     
28 (AS 43.52.230(a)) to the Department of Revenue for payment to the ports of call for the fiscal                          
29 year ending June 30, 2019.                                                                                              
30 (d)  If the amount available for appropriation from the commercial vessel passenger                                     
31 tax account (AS 43.52.230(a)) is less than the amount necessary to pay the first seven ports of                         
01 call their share of the tax collected under AS 43.52.220 in calendar year 2017 according to                             
02 AS 43.52.230(b), then the appropriations made in (c) of this section shall be reduced in                                
03 proportion to the amount of the shortfall.                                                                              
04    * Sec. 27. RATIFICATION OF SMALL AMOUNTS IN STATE ACCOUNTING                                                       
05 SYSTEM. The appropriation to each department under this Act for the fiscal year ending                                  
06 June 30, 2019, is reduced to reverse negative account balances in amounts of $1,000 or less                             
07 for the department in the state accounting system for each prior fiscal year in which a negative                        
08 account balance of $1,000 or less exists.                                                                               
09    * Sec. 28. CONSTITUTIONAL BUDGET RESERVE FUND. The unrestricted interest                                           
10 earned on investment of general fund balances for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, is                              
11 appropriated to the budget reserve fund (art. IX, sec. 17, Constitution of the State of Alaska).                        
12 The appropriation made in this subsection is intended to compensate the budget reserve fund                             
13 (art. IX, sec. 17, Constitution of the State of Alaska) for any lost earnings caused by use of the                      
14 fund's balance to permit expenditure of operating and capital appropriations made in the fiscal                         
15 year ending June 30, 2019, in anticipation of receiving unrestricted general fund revenue.                              
16    * Sec. 29. LAPSE OF APPROPRIATIONS. (a) The appropriations made in secs. 8(a), (b),                                
17 (c)(1), and (d), 9(c) and (d), 20(c) and (d), 22, 23, and 24(a) - (d) of this Act are for the                           
18 capitalization of funds and do not lapse.                                                                               
19 (b)  The appropriations made in secs. 9(a) and (b) and 24(e) and (f) of this Act do not                                 
20 lapse.                                                                                                                  
21    * Sec. 30. RETROACTIVITY. (a) The appropriations made in sec. 1 of this Act that                                   
22 appropriate either the unexpended and unobligated balance of specific fiscal year 2018                                  
23 program receipts or the unexpended and unobligated balance on June 30, 2018, of a specified                             
24 account are retroactive to June 30, 2018, solely for the purpose of carrying forward a prior                            
25 fiscal year balance.                                                                                                    
26 (b)  If secs. 21(a) and 22(m) of this Act take effect after June 30, 2018, secs. 21(a) and                              
27 22(m) of this Act are retroactive to June 30, 2018.                                                                     
28 (c)  If secs. 1 - 20, 21(b) - (d), 22(a) - (l) and (n) - (y), 23 - 29, and 31 of this Act take                          
29 effect after July 1, 2018, secs. 1 - 20, 21(b) - (d), 22(a) - (l) and (n) - (y), 23 - 29, and 31 of                     
30 this Act are retroactive to July 1, 2018.                                                                               
31    * Sec. 31. CONTINGENCY. The appropriations made in sec. 1 of this Act to the                                       
01 Department of Education and Early Development for K-12 aid to school districts, K-12                                    
02 support, and Mt. Edgecumbe Boarding School are contingent on the failure of a version of                                
03 House Bill 287 or a similar bill making appropriations for public education and transportation                          
04 of students to be passed by the Thirtieth Alaska State Legislature during the Second Regular                            
05 Session and enacted into law on or before July 1, 2018.