STATE AFFAIRS AND GOVERNMENT

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CHAPTER 1

(HJR 1001)

Balanced budget amendment.


        A JOINT RESOLUTION, Making formal application to Congress to call an Article V convention of the states for the sole purpose of proposing a federal balanced budget amendment.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, THE SENATE CONCURRING THEREIN:

    WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of South Dakota hereby applies to Congress, under the provisions of Article V of the Constitution of the United States, for the calling of a convention of the states limited to proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States requiring that in the absence of a national emergency, the total of all federal appropriations made by Congress for any fiscal year may not exceed the total of all estimated federal revenues for that fiscal year, together with any related and appropriate fiscal restraints; and

    WHEREAS, this application constitutes a continuing application in accordance with Article V of the Constitution of the United States until the legislatures of at least two-thirds of the several states have made applications on the same subject. It supersedes all previous applications by this Legislature on the same subject:

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives of the Ninetieth Legislature of the State of South Dakota, the Senate concurring therein, that the State of South Dakota does hereby apply to the Congress of the United States to call an amendment convention pursuant to Article V of the United States Constitution limited to proposing an amendment to the United States Constitution requiring that in the absence of a national emergency, the total of all federal appropriations made by Congress for any fiscal year may not exceed the total of all estimated federal revenues for that fiscal year, together with any related and appropriate fiscal restraints; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, this application is to be considered as covering the same subject matter as the presently outstanding balanced budget applications from other states, including previously-adopted applications from Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas. This application shall be aggregated with same for the purpose of attaining the two-thirds of states necessary to require the calling of a convention for proposing a balanced budget amendment but may not be aggregated with any applications on any other subject; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the other states be encouraged to make similar applications for an amendment convention pursuant to Article V of the Constitution of the United States; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this application constitutes a continuing application for such amendment convention pursuant to Article V of the Constitution of the United States until the legislatures of two-thirds of the states have made such applications and such convention has been called by the Congress of the United States; and

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the secretary of state transmit copies of this resolution to the President of the United States, the Speaker and the Clerk of the United States House of Representatives, the President and the Clerk of the United States Senate, the members of the South Dakota congressional delegation, and the legislatures of each of the several states, attesting the adoption of this resolution by the Legislature of the State of South Dakota.

     Filed February 20, 2015
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CHAPTER 2

(HB 1069)

Constitutional amendment delegates regulated.


        ENTITLED, An Act to limit the authority of delegates to a limited Article V convention to vote for unauthorized amendments contrary to legislative instructions and to provide a civil fine for the violation thereof.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. Terms used in this Act mean:

            (1)    "Article V convention," convention for proposing amendments as expressly provided in Article V of the United States of America Constitution; and

            (2)    "Article V application," a joint resolution passed by the State Legislature of South Dakota on the same subject or containing the same proposed amendment text as thirty-three other sovereign states requiring Congress to call an Article V convention by setting the time and place; and

            (3)    "Delegate" or "alternate," any person selected by the State Legislature of South Dakota or any other method provided by law to represent the State of South Dakota at an Article V convention; and

            (4)    "Legislative instructions," instructions given by the State Legislature to delegates and alternates before and during an Article V convention; and

            (5)    "Unauthorized amendment," any proposed amendment that is outside the subject matter or permitted text.

    Section 2. No delegate from South Dakota to an Article V convention has the authority to vote to allow consideration of or vote to approve an unauthorized amendment for ratification to the United States of America Constitution. Any delegate casting a vote to allow consideration or approval of an unauthorized amendment shall be immediately recalled by the secretary of state and replaced by an alternate chosen by the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.

    Section 3. Every candidate for delegate or alternate from South Dakota to the Article V convention shall take the following oath:

    "I do solemnly swear or affirm that to the best of my abilities, I will, as a delegate or alternate to an Article V convention, uphold the Constitution and laws of the United States of America and the State of South Dakota. I will not vote to allow consideration of or to approve any unauthorized amendment proposed for ratification to the United States of America Constitution."

    Section 4. The secretary of state shall certify in writing to the Article V convention the selection of delegates and alternates, the recall and replacement of any delegate or alternate, and the nullification of unauthorized votes cast by any delegate of South Dakota.

    Section 5. Any delegate who violates the oath contained in section 3 of this Act is subject to a civil fine of not more than five thousand dollars to be levied by the secretary of state and deposited in the state general fund.

    Section 6. Nothing in this Act authorizes the State of South Dakota to participate in any Article V convention in which each of the states does not possess one vote equal to the other states.

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CHAPTER 3

(HJR 1002)

Grant a presidential pardon to Peter L. Larson.


        A JOINT RESOLUTION, making a formal application to the President of the United States, that the President grant a presidential pardon to Peter L. Larson.

BE IT RESOLVED BY THE SENATE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA, THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CONCURRING THEREIN:

    WHEREAS, Peter L. Larson founded the Black Hills Institute of Geological Research in Hill City, South Dakota, in 1978, and has contributed ever since to South Dakota's education, history and culture through his work as a paleontologist; and

    WHEREAS, a team led by Larson in August of 1990 discovered the Tyrannosaurus rex named Sue, the largest and most complete T. rex skeleton ever found; and

    WHEREAS, when it was discovered that Sue was the largest and most scientifically important T. rex skeleton ever found, and therefore has a great value, Mr. Larson and his team became entangled in a protracted legal quagmire that resulted in South Dakota's longest criminal trial; and

    WHEREAS, many independent observers have maintained that federal attorneys aggressively prosecuted the paleontologists, which resulted in Mr. Larson's felony convictions and a two-year federal prison sentence, unrelated to Sue; and

    WHEREAS, on December 30, 2014, the editor of the Rapid City Journal, the largest newspaper in western South Dakota, stated that Mr. Larson's case "should be an embarrassment to any public official who played a role in the matter and allowed such a needless travesty to take place;" and

    WHEREAS, fifteen years ago, Mr. Larson successfully completed his sentence, including two years' probation, and continues to lead an exemplary life in which he contributes greatly to worldwide science as well as South Dakota's education, culture, and tourism; and

    WHEREAS, before and after his case, Mr. Larson represented South Dakota and the United States honorably, for example, he assisted in the development of paleontological guidelines by participating in a South Dakota State Paleontological Task Force and a National Academy of Sciences Committee; and

    WHEREAS, Mr. Larson continues to express support of the legal system in national and international press interviews despite his unfortunate experiences; and

    WHEREAS, since 1980, students of paleontology and geology have been invited to participate as interns at the Black Hills Institute's field sites and laboratories, and families, school children, and tourist groups, have been regularly welcomed to visit or volunteer at dinosaur excavations with Mr. Larson, and

    WHEREAS, Mr. Larson continues to make himself available, without compensation, for innovative programs intended to reach out to the public and students in the classroom, such as a recent scholastic webcast and a CNN interactive blog, where participants ask questions, live; and continues to present scientific talks for audiences of all age and educational levels at museums, science centers, and public venues, in connection with his research, books, and the 2014 documentary Dinosaur 13; and

    WHEREAS, Mr. Larson is known as one of the world's foremost Tyrannosaurus rex scientists and continues to excel in the field of paleontology, making new discoveries, publishing academic papers, working toward his doctorate degree, and gaining scientific recognition for his scientific work, in spite of the impact of his trial and felony convictions; and

    WHEREAS, through exemplary citizenship, an ability to overcome adversity, and a positive attitude, all of which have inspired students, scientists, and entrepreneurs around the world, we believe Mr. Larson has earned the right to a clean slate:

    NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the House of Representatives of the Ninetieth Legislature of the State of South Dakota, the Senate concurring therein, that we, the members of the South Dakota Legislature respectfully petition Barack Obama, President of the United States of America, to grant a Presidential pardon to Peter L. Larson of Hill City, South Dakota.

     Filed March 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 4

(HB 1144)

Statutes revised related to state affairs and government.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal and revise certain unnecessary and outdated provisions related to state affairs and government.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-7-2 be repealed.

    Section 2. That § 1-26-26 be amended to read as follows:

    1-26-26. Unless required for the disposition of ex parte matters authorized by law, members of the governing board or officers or employees of an agency assigned to render a decision or to make findings of fact and conclusions of law in a contested case shall may not communicate, directly or indirectly, in connection with any issue of fact, with any person or party, nor, in connection with any issue of law, with any party or his the party's representative, except upon notice and opportunity for all parties to participate. If one or more members of a board or commission or a member or employee of an agency, who is assigned to render a decision in a contested case, took part in an investigation

upon which the contested case is based, he shall the member or employee may not participate in the conduct of the hearing nor take part in rendering the decision thereon, but he on the contested case. However, the member or employee may appear as a witness and give advice as to procedure. If, because of such the disqualification, there is no person assigned to conduct the hearing or render the decision, the agency shall appoint someone pursuant to § 1-26-18.1 a person to fulfill those duties. A person assigned to render a decision:

            (1)    May communicate with other members of the agency; and

            (2)    May have the aid and advice of one or more personal assistants.

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CHAPTER 5

(SB 38)

Public safety telecommunications system revised.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions concerning the state communications system and the South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-13-1 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-1. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications may purchase the necessary apparatus and equipment to construct or establish a state communications system which shall be used solely for the transmission of business and information for state, federal, and local government and other public safety entities. The bureau may also purchase receiving sets in such quantities as may be most economical to facilitate the speedy transmission of messages and state information.

    The bureau is charged with the operation and maintenance of the state communications system. However, the Department of Public Safety shall operate and maintain the South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system.

    Section 2. That § 1-13-3 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-3. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications may employ such operators and assistants and such equipment necessary to carry out the provisions of this chapter. The costs of maintaining and the operation of operating a state voice communications system and all receiving sets owned or operated by the bureau shall be paid out of the appropriation for the bureau. The costs for operation and maintenance of the South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system shall be paid out of the radio communications fund.

    Section 3. That § 1-13-5 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-5. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications and the Department of Public Safety may apply for, accept, and expend on behalf of the state communications system any appropriations, grants, matching funds, or moneys allotted to the State of South Dakota by the federal government pursuant to any act of Congress of the United States. The funds so received by the State of South Dakota shall be administered and expended under the supervision of the bureau or the department to purchase the necessary apparatus and equipment for new construction and equipment

improvements in the state communications system. Such funds shall be deposited in the state treasury to be paid out on warrants drawn by the state auditor on vouchers approved by the commissioner of the bureau or the secretary of public safety.

    Section 4. That § 1-13-8 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-8. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications Department of Public Safety shall broadcast all police dispatches and reports submitted, which have a reasonable relation to, or connection with, the apprehension of criminals, the prevention of crime, or the maintenance of peace and order in the state. The bureau department shall also broadcast any other statement or report upon request of any constitutional officer, or the head of any state department, providing such message relates to state business.

    Section 5. That § 1-13-11 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-11. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications may establish Department of Public Safety may operate and maintain a unified teleprinter data network to interconnect various law enforcement agencies in South Dakota by written communications. The Bureau of Information and Telecommunications department may also purchase or lease the necessary teleprinters and other apparatus and equipment to construct, maintain, and control the teleprinter law enforcement communications network.

    Section 6. That § 1-13-12 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-12. The state shall furnish to the division of highway patrol of the Department of Public Safety and the Office of the Attorney General teleprinters and other all the necessary equipment.

    Section 7. That § 1-13-13 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-13. Each county within the state shall furnish to the sheriff of that county a teleprinter data terminal and other necessary equipment of a type specified by the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications Department of Public Safety.

    Section 8. That § 1-13-14 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-14. Any first or second class municipality may apply to participate in the unified teleprinter network South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system. If the application is approved by the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications Department of Public Safety, the participating municipality shall furnish its police department with a teleprinter data terminal and other necessary equipment of a type specified by the Bureau of Information and Telecommunications department.

    Section 9. That § 1-13-15 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-15. The attorney general Department of Public Safety may authorize other law enforcement agencies to participate in the unified teleprinter network South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system upon such terms and conditions as are necessary to protect the security of the network.

    Section 10. That § 1-13-16 be amended to read as follows:

    1-13-16. The attorney general Department of Public Safety may adopt rules and regulations, pursuant to chapter 1-26, establishing procedures for operation, maintenance, and control of the unified teleprinter network South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system.

    Section 11. That § 1-13-17 be amended to read as follows:



    1-13-17. The attorney general Department of Public Safety shall terminate service to any installation on the network when he shall determine South Dakota law enforcement telecommunications system if the department determines that there is a risk of violation of the security or privacy restriction imposed by state or federal statutes.

     Signed March 10, 2015
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CHAPTER 6

(SB 43)

Lease payments
to the Health and Educational Facilities Authority revised.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding lease purchase agreement payments and to ratify certain lease purchase agreements with the Health and Educational Facilities Authority.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-16A-93 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16A-93. Beginning July 1, 2013, any bonds, notes or other obligations of the authority which are payable out of receipts, rentals, and other payments made pursuant to lease purchase agreements with the Western Dakota Technical Institute, the Southeast Technical Institute, the Lake Area Technical Institute, the Mitchell Technical Institute, or the South Dakota Board of Education under the authority of chapter 13-39 may only be issued if the Board of Education determines, by the adoption of a resolution, that the estimated receipts, rentals, and other payments, including appropriations by the Legislature, student fee payments, or other balances or revenues pledged under the applicable bond indenture or similar agreement will not be less than one hundred three percent of the projected scheduled payments of principal and interest on all outstanding bonds which, for purposes of that determination shall include the proposed bonds to be issued and shall exclude any bonds to be refunded. Proposed issuance of obligations must comply with sections 4 and 5 of this Act. In issuing additional bonds, the authority may conclusively rely upon the determination of the board.

    Section 2. That § 1-16A-95 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16A-95. Beginning on July 1, 2013, the issuance of any additional bonds, notes, or other obligations of the authority which are payable out of receipts, rentals, and other payments made pursuant to lease purchase agreements with the Western Dakota Technical Institute, the Southeast Technical Institute, the Lake Area Technical Institute, the Mitchell Technical Institute, or the South Dakota Board of Education under the authority of chapter 13-39 shall be approved by the Legislature before issuance. This requirement, however, The South Dakota Board of Education must approve the issuance of additional bonds, notes, or other obligations prior to issuance. The Legislature in accordance with §§ 1-16A-93 and 1-16A-94 and applicable administrative rules shall consider the Department of Education's analysis prior to authorizing any additional bonds, notes, or other obligations. The requirement, however, for approval by the Legislature before issuance does not apply to the issuance of bonds for the purposes of refinancing or refunding existing bonds, notes, or other obligations.

    Section 3. That § 1-16A-96 be amended to read as follows:

    1-16A-96. Beginning in fiscal year 2015, lease payments made to the authority pursuant to lease

purchase agreements with the Western Dakota Technical Institute, the Southeast Technical Institute, the Lake Area Technical Institute, the Mitchell Technical Institute, or the South Dakota Board of Education under the authority of chapter 13-39 shall be paid in part from an appropriation to be made by the Legislature in an amount that is equal to or greater than fifty percent of the technical institute facility fee that is administered by the Department of Education that is dedicated to the current year lease purchase agreement payments.

    No provision of this chapter is deemed to adversely affect any of the covenants or other agreements of the South Dakota Board of Education or the secretary of education in the lease purchase agreement with the authority dated August 1, 1988, as amended and supplemented, for the benefit of the holders of any bonds issued by the authority, and such covenants and agreements in the lease purchase agreement dated August 1, 1988, as amended and supplemented, are hereby ratified and confirmed.

    Section 4. The total principal amount of debt outstanding through the South Dakota Building Authority and the vocational education program of the South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority may not exceed one and two-tenths percent of South Dakota's gross domestic product for the most recently completed calendar year as calculated by the United States Bureau of Economic Analysis.

    Section 5. The total annual debt service payments of the South Dakota Building Authority and the vocational education program of the South Dakota Health and Educational Facilities Authority may not exceed four percent of the total ongoing general fund receipts for the most recently completed state fiscal year.

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CHAPTER 7

(HB 1033)

South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority repealed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal the South Dakota Energy Infrastructure Authority.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-16I-2 be repealed.

    Section 2. That § 1-16I-1 and §§ 1-16I-3 to 1-16I-39, inclusive, be repealed.

    Section 3. That § 1-53-14 be repealed.

     Signed February 24, 2015
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CHAPTER 8

(SB 36)

Department of Tourism statutes updated.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal certain outdated and unnecessary statutes and to update certain references related to the Department of Tourism.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-18-6 be repealed.

    Section 2. That § 1-18-23 be repealed.

    Section 3. That § 13-59-17 be amended to read as follows:

    13-59-17. The State Board of Regents shall have full and complete has authority over said the Lake County Historical Museum building, subject to § 13-59-18 and subject to the right of the donor corporation to make use thereof of the building for their its purposes as provided in § 13-59-12, and the. The use which the university is to make of such the building shall be so arranged as not to interfere with the donor's rights, privileges, and purposes therein.

    The said university, at its expense, shall furnish the maintenance and operation costs of said the building from its facilities in exchange for the use thereof of the building by the university as specified in § 13-59-12.

    Section 4. That § 13-59-18 be repealed.

    Section 5. That § 1-45-23 be amended to read as follows:

    1-45-23. The Office of History State Historical Society shall perform all the functions of the following museums:

            (1)    The museum at the University of South Dakota known as the W.H. Over State Museum; and

            (2)    The museum at Dakota State University, provided for by § 13-59-12 known as the Smith-Zimmermann State Museum; and

            (3)    The museum at Pierre known as the Robinson State Museum Cultural Heritage Center.

     Signed February 9, 2015
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CHAPTER 9

(HB 1165)

Historic Preservation Commission membership changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise the composition requirement of the Historic Preservation Commission.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-19B-3 be amended to read as follows:

    1-19B-3. The Historic Preservation Commission shall consist of not less than five nor more than ten members, who shall be appointed by the governing body with due regard to proper representation of such fields as history, architecture, urban planning, archaeology, paleontology, and law. All members Each member of the commission shall reside within the jurisdiction of the county or municipality establishing the commission and shall serve for terms not to exceed three years, being eligible for reappointment as shall be specified by the governing body. Any residency requirement shall be as specified by the governing body.

     Signed March 11, 2015
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CHAPTER 10

(SB 86)

Term limit for office of poet laureate.


        ENTITLED, An Act to place a term limit on the office of poet laureate.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-22-7 be amended to read as follows:

    1-22-7. There is created the office of poet laureate of South Dakota. The Governor shall appoint the poet laureate to serve at the pleasure of the Governor. No person is eligible for the appointment unless the person is a resident of this state. No person may be appointed unless such person has been recommended to the Governor by the South Dakota State Poetry Society and has written and published poems of recognized merit prior to the appointment.

    The term of the poet laureate is four years and begins July first in years following a gubernatorial election. No poet laureate may serve for more than one term consecutively, however, this restriction does not apply to a partial term to which the poet laureate may have been appointed.

    Poet laureates shall for life have the status of emeritus.

     Signed March 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 11

(HB 1125)

Notice of public meeting requirements changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the notice for meeting of public bodies.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-25-1.1 be amended to read as follows:

    1-25-1.1. All public bodies shall provide public notice, with proposed agenda, that is visible, readable, and accessible for at least an entire, continuous twenty-four hours before immediately preceding any meeting, by posting a copy of the notice, visible to the public, at the principal office of the public body holding the meeting. The proposed agenda shall include the date, time, and location of the meeting. The notice shall also be posted on the public body's website upon dissemination of the notice, if such a website exists. For special or rescheduled meetings, the information in the notice shall be delivered in person, by mail, by email, or by telephone, to members of the local news media who have requested notice. For special or rescheduled meetings, all public bodies shall also comply with the public notice provisions of this section for regular meetings to the extent that circumstances permit. A violation of this section is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

     Signed March 10, 2015
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CHAPTER 12

(HB 1091)

Public board and commission minutes to record votes.


        ENTITLED, An Act to require that the minutes of meetings of any state board or commission include a record of how each individual member voted on certain motions.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-25-3 be amended to read as follows:

    1-25-3. Any board or commission of the various departments of the State of South Dakota shall keep detailed minutes of the proceedings of all regular or special meetings. The minutes required in this section shall report how each individual member voted on any motion on which a roll call vote is taken. The minutes shall be available for inspection by the public at all times at the principal place of business of the board or commission. A violation of this section is a Class 2 misdemeanor.

     Signed February 24, 2015
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CHAPTER 13

(HB 1031)

State-owned rail line revision.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal certain provisions regarding former state-owned rail lines.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 1-44-33 be repealed.

     Signed March 11, 2015
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CHAPTER 14

(HB 1228)

State debt collection office.


        ENTITLED, An Act to establish an obligation recovery center.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. There is hereby created the obligation recovery center. The obligation recovery center is attached to the Bureau of Administration for budgeting and reporting purposes. The purpose of the obligation recovery center is to be a central repository for identification, registration, oversight, and collection of debts owed to any agency or department of the State of South Dakota.

    Section 2. Terms used in this Act mean:

            (1)    "Account receivable cycle," the period of time, not to exceed one hundred eighty days, during which the center may attempt to collect on a debt before the debt is forwarded to a collection agency or agencies pursuant to section 14 of this Act;

            (2)    "Center," the obligation recovery center;

            (3)    "Debt," a legal obligation to pay money, including any principal, any interest that has accrued or will accrue until the debt is paid, any penalties, any costs, and any other charges permitted by law. The term, debt, includes any obligation of any kind referred to the obligation recovery center for collection by any state government agency, by the Unified Judicial System, by the Board of Regents, or by a constitutional office;

            (4)    "Debtor," a person who is indebted to the state or a state agency for any delinquent accounts, charges, fees, loans, taxes, or other indebtedness due the state, or any person that owes any obligation being collected by the obligation recovery center;

            (5)    "Bad debt," any debt due a state executive branch agency, the Board of Regent's system, or a constitutional office that is no longer subject to an administrative appeal or judicial review following an administrative appeal, or any costs, fines, fees, or restitution ordered in any adult criminal proceeding through the Unified Judicial System no longer subject

to direct appeal pursuant to § 23A-32-2;

            (6)    "Final notification," the notification provided by section 7 of this Act; and

            (7)    "Referring entity," the entity referring the debt to the state obligation recovery center for collection.

    Section 3. The center shall work to collect each bad debt referred to the center during the account receivable cycle. The character of the debt in the hands of the referring entity does not change by the referral of the debt to the center for collection. Among other powers granted by this Act, the center may:

            (1)    Sue;

            (2)    File liens;

            (3)    Enter into payment agreements with debtors;

            (4)    Impose a cost recovery fee;

            (5)    Collect data for debt collection purposes;

            (6)    Establish and maintain a centralized electronic debt management system;

            (7)    Exercise settlement authority granted by the referring entity;

            (8)    Setoff against any moneys to be paid by the State of South Dakota or any referring entity to a debtor;

            (9)    Contract with multiple collection agencies for the collection of debt on behalf of the center;

            (10)    Except for the debt collection powers vested in the Unified Judicial System, the center may use the referring entity's statutory collection authority to collect the bad debt owed to the referring entity; and

            (11)    Utilize all debt collection methods authorized by state law.

    The office may determine which method or combination is most suitable to collect the debt.

    Section 4. For any bad debt referred to the center for collection after July 1, 2015, the center shall collect a cost recovery fee in addition to the debt referred to the center for collection. The cost recovery fee is calculated by multiplying the principal amount of the debt referred to the center by twenty percent. All debt collection methods available to collect any bad debt referred to the center may be used by the center to collect the cost recovery fee. The cost recovery fee shall be deposited into the general fund and the operations of the center and shall be subject to the annual budgeting process specified in chapter 4-7.

    Section 5. The center shall transfer any other moneys collected from a debtor to the referring entity within thirty days after the end of the month in which the moneys were collected. If the amount collected is less than the principal amount of the debt referred to the center and the cost recovery fee imposed by this Act, the amount collected shall be prorated between the principal amount of the debt referred and the cost recovery fee.

    If more than one referring entity has referred a debt to the center regarding the same debtor, or if the same referring entity has referred multiple debts to the office regarding the same debtor, the

center shall collect the first referred debt before proceeding to the collection of the subsequent referred debt in the order referred.

    Section 6. The center may be used as follows during the account receivable cycle:

            (1)    Any executive branch agency may use the center to collect bad debt owed to an executive branch agency;

            (2)    The Unified Judicial System may use the center to collect any costs, fines, fees, or restitution, constituting final debt, ordered in any adult criminal proceeding;

            (3)    The Board of Regents may use the center to collect any final debt owed within the South Dakota Board of Regents' system; and

            (4)    Any constitutional office may use the center to collect final debt owed to the constitutional office.

    Section 7. Prior to transferring any debt to the center for collection, the referring entity shall provide a final notification to the debtor that the debt will be referred to the center for collection.

    The final notification to the debtor may be sent by regular mail or by electronic means. The final notification shall contain all of the following:

            (1)    The name of the referring entity;

            (2)    Contact information for the referring entity;

            (3)    The name of the debtor;

            (4)    The nature of the debt;

            (5)    The principal amount of the debt;

            (6)    The total amount of the debt;

            (7)    A statement that the debt will not be turned over for collection to the center until a time at least fourteen days after the date the final notification is sent to the debtor; and

            (8)    A statement that if the debt is turned over to the center, a cost recovery fee of twenty percent of the principal, in the amount of $ ______, will be added to the total debt owed by the debtor to the referring entity.

    Section 8. All data, records, and files utilized for debt collection as provided for in this Act shall be confidential and privileged, and no person may divulge or disclose any information obtained from such records and files except in the administration and enforcement of this Act, or as otherwise required by law.

    Section 9. The center may collect data for purposes of collecting any debt referred to the center. Notwithstanding any law to the contrary, referring entities are authorized to transmit data to the center deemed necessary by the center to aid in the collection of the referred debt and the center may share, request, and shall receive from any state agency any data to collect any debt referred to the center. Any information provided by a referring entity or a state agency may only be used for the purpose of collecting the debts referred to the center.

    Section 10. The center shall establish and maintain a centralized electronic debt management system to compile the information provided by referring entities, to track the collection efforts for

all debt referred to the center, to cross-reference and identify debtors for collection purposes, and to maintain all information provided or collected from all sources concerning addresses, financial records, and any other information useful to the center.

    The center may designate a third party to establish and maintain the centralized electronic debt management system. Any such third party shall keep all information it obtains from any source confidential, and any employee, agent, or representative of that third party is prohibited from disclosing that information to anyone other than the center.

    Section 11. No person that owes a debt that is referred to the center may renew, obtain, or maintain:

            (1)    Any registration for any motor vehicle, motorcycle, or boat, in which the person's name appears on the title of the motor vehicle, motorcycle, or boat;

            (2)    Any driver license as defined by subdivision 32-12-1(1); or

            (3)    Any hunting license, fishing license, state park permit, or camping permit;

unless the debt and cost recovery fee is either paid in full or the debtor has entered into a payment plan with the center and payment pursuant to the plan is current.

    Section 12. No agency, board, or entity of the State of South Dakota may issue, renew, or allow an individual to maintain any motor vehicle, motorcycle, or boat registration, driver license, hunting license, fishing license, state park permit, or camping permit, after receiving notice from the center that the applicant, registrant, or licensee has a debt that is being collected by the center, unless the applicant, registrant, or licensee has paid the debt and cost recovery fee in full or the debtor has entered into a payment plan with the center and payment pursuant to the plan is current.

    An applicant, registrant, or licensee who disputes a determination by the center that the applicant, registrant, or licensee has a debt that has been referred to the center for collection shall, upon request, be given a due process hearing by the center. Upon recommendation by the center, the agency or entity may issue a temporary license, registration, certification, or permit to the applicant, registrant, or licensee pending final resolution of the due process hearing.

    Section 13. Unless preempted by other law, any payment of any kind to be made to a debtor by the State of South Dakota or any referring entity, when the debtor has a debt that is referred to the center, is subject to offset by the center unless the debt and cost recovery fee is either paid in full or the debtor has entered into a payment plan with the center and payment pursuant to the plan is current.

    Section 14. If the center is unable to collect any debt referred to it within the account receivable cycle, the center shall forward the debt to a collection agency or agencies for collection for a period of no less than one year, or as otherwise stipulated in the contract between the center and the collection agency. The debt collection agency shall be permitted to add a collection charge, not to exceed twenty percent of the debt, to the debt forwarded to the collection agency as payment for its collection services. The center or a collection agency may retain debt beyond the account receivable cycle or other applicable collection period if the entity is actively engaged in substantive collection efforts, or based on other good cause. The Bureau of Administration shall promulgate rules pursuant to chapter 1-26 concerning the process of contracting with and referring debt to debt collection agencies.

    Section 15. The Bureau of Administration may promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, in the following areas:

            (1)    Definitions;

            (2)    Procedure for remitting moneys collected to referring entities;

            (3)    Processes and procedures for entering into payment agreements with debtors;

            (4)    A process for the imposition of the cost recovery fee;

            (5)    The data collection system;

            (6)    The centralized electronic debt management system;

            (7)    The settlement authority process;

            (8)    The procedure for sending information to the Division of Motor Vehicles concerning the nonrenewal of registrations for motor vehicles, motorcycles, and boats;

            (9)    The procedure for sending information to the Department of Public Safety concerning the nonrenewal of driver licenses;

            (10)    The procedure for sending information to the Department of Game, Fish and Parks concerning the nonissuance of hunting licenses, fishing licenses, state park permits, and camping permits; and

            (11)    The setoff of debt process.

    Section 16. The center shall annually report after conclusion of the prior fiscal year to the Government Operations and Audit Committee concerning the activity of the center including the number of debts referred to the entity, the annual amount and nature of the debt obligations recovered by the center, the number of debts referred from the center to private collection agencies and the results of those referrals, and the costs and expenditures incurred by the center.

    Section 17. The obligation recovery center advisory group is established to assist the Bureau of Administration to implement this Act. The advisory group is attached to the Bureau of Administration and will meet at the call of the commissioner as often as necessary to furnish advice, gather information, and make recommendations to the Bureau of Administration regarding management and administration of the obligation recovering center. However, the advisory group shall meet at least once every quarter. The advice and recommendations include such things as:

            (1)    Planning, developing, and implementing programs;

            (2)    Organizing the internal structure of the obligation recovery center;

            (3)    Managing personnel;

            (4)    Developing, reviewing, and selecting requests for proposals;

            (5)    Reviewing activities assigned to the obligation recovery center; or

            (6)    Budgeting and expending funds.

    The advisory group, through the commissioner, will report periodically to the Government Operations and Audit Committee regarding its progress in implementing this Act.

    The advisory group consists of six members: two appointed by the Speaker of the House, two appointed by the President Pro Tempore of the Senate, the commissioner of the Bureau of Administration, and the commissioner of Budget and Finance. Not all of the members may be of the same political party. The advisory group will solicit advice and recommendations from the Unified

Judicial System and the Board of Regents regarding the implementation of the obligation recovery center.

    This section is repealed June 30, 2017.

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LEGISLATURE AND STATUTES

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CHAPTER 15

(SB 113)

Prison or jail cost estimates.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the fiscal impact statements prepared for legislation that impacts state prison or county jail populations.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-1-19 be amended to read as follows:

    2-1-19. A fiscal impact statement prison or jail population cost estimate shall be attached to any bill or, amendment, or measures measure proposed by ballot initiative that may impact the state prison or county jail populations population. The requirement for a fiscal impact statement cost estimate includes those bills or amendments that increase the periods each bill or amendment that increases the period of imprisonment authorized for an existing crimes, that add new crimes crime, that adds a new crime for which imprisonment is authorized, that impose imposes a minimum or mandatory minimum terms term of imprisonment, or that modify modifies any law governing release of prisoners a prisoner from imprisonment or supervision.

    The sponsor of such the legislation, amendment, or such ballot initiative shall request and allow sufficient time to prepare a fiscal impact statement cost estimate from the Bureau of Finance and Management or the Legislative Research Council. The fiscal impact statement cost estimate shall be completed no later than the day the bill is submitted to the committee with subject matter cognizance for a bill before the bill is considered by any standing committee of the Legislature. Any ballot initiative shall have a fiscal impact statement cost estimate attached to the Attorney General's statement required pursuant to § 12-13-9 or 12-13-25.1.

    Section 2. That § 2-1-20 be amended to read as follows:

    2-1-20. A fiscal impact statement cost estimate pursuant to § 2-1-19 shall include the following:

            (1)    An analysis of the specific components of the bill or the ballot initiative that will impact the prison and jail population;

            (2)    The projected cost of the impact of the bill on the state prison system and the aggregate cost to county jails on an annual basis and cost of the bill over a ten year period; and


            (3)    Operational costs and capital costs including all manner of construction.

     Signed March 11, 2015
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CHAPTER 16

(HB 1145)

Certain payments changed
for the salary and compensation for legislators.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the payment of salary and compensation to legislators.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-4-2.2 be amended to read as follows:

    2-4-2.2. The salary or per diem compensation for members of the Legislature serving on legislative committees, boards, or commissions, taking the oath of office, or attending the Governor's budget report required by § 4-7-9 if the report is given in person by the Governor, is equal to the rate set by subdivision 2-4-2(2).

    Section 2. That § 2-4-2.3 be amended to read as follows:

    2-4-2.3. The chair of the executive board of the Legislative Research Council speaker of the House of Representatives and the president pro tempore of the Senate may authorize the payment of a salary or per diem compensation to a person who has been elected or appointed to the Legislature House of Representatives or Senate, respectively, but has not yet received the oath of office, if the person is required to attend legislative committees, boards, or commissions, or attends the taking of the oath of office, or the Governor's budget report required by § 4-7-9 if the report is given in person by the Governor. The payment shall be equal to the rate set by subdivision 2-4-2(2).

    Section 3. That § 2-9-4 be amended to read as follows:

    2-9-4. The executive board shall:

            (1)    Instigate research and collect information concerning the government and general welfare of the state;

            (2)    Investigate and make recommendations concerning important issues of public policy and questions of statewide interest;

            (3)    Prepare a legislative program in the form of bills, or otherwise, as in its opinion the welfare of the state may require, to be presented to the Legislature;

            (4)    Cooperate with the administration in devising means of enforcing the law;

            (5)    Study, inquire, make recommendations and propose bills in any phase or branch of state government so deemed advisable and necessary;

            (6)    Appoint and name committees from the members of the State Legislative Research

Council, and assign to such committee or committees appropriate subjects and projects of whatever character and nature the executive board deems advisable. Each member of the council is entitled to membership on one study committee of his choice insofar as practicable;

            (7)    Conduct legislative oversight and management analysis of the executive branch of government by means of a selective program of performance auditing and cooperate with the administration in improving the efficiency and effectiveness of administrative methods; and

            (8)    Review and make recommendations for further legislative action regarding the opinions of state and federal courts which have sought to interpret the intent of South Dakota legislative acts; and

            (9)    Allocate funds to the House of Representatives and the Senate to pay for out-of-state travel and salary or per diem costs incurred by members, and to pay for in-state travel and salary or per diem costs incurred by members, excluding costs associated with any legislative session. The Legislative Research Council shall make payments to representatives for costs and travel approved by the speaker of the House of Representatives, from the funds allocated to the House of Representatives, and shall make payments to senators for costs and travel approved by the president pro tempore of the Senate, from the funds allocated to the Senate. No funds may be paid beyond the amounts allocated to each body.

     Signed March 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 17

(HB 1034)

Wind Energy Competitive Advisory Task Force repealed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to repeal certain outdated and unnecessary statutes related to the Wind Energy Competitive Advisory Task Force.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-6-24 be repealed.

    Section 2. That § 2-6-25 be repealed.

     Signed February 24, 2015
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CHAPTER 18

(SB 137)

The term of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council
to align with their legislative term.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding the term of the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-9-2 be amended to read as follows:

    2-9-2. The Legislative Research Council shall have an executive board, to be known as the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council, which shall consist of fifteen members, as follows: four members from the Senate and five members from the House of Representatives, to be elected by a majority vote by their respective legislative bodies in party caucus before sine die of each regular session of the Legislature held in odd-numbered years, and ex officio the president pro tempore, majority leader, and minority leader of the Senate and the speaker, majority leader, and minority leader of the House of Representatives elected in such regular session. Each senator and each representative serving on the executive board, including each ex officio member, shall serve until a new executive board has been selected. However, no senator who is not reelected to the Senate and no representative who is not reelected to the House of Representatives, may serve as a member of the board beyond the expiration of his or her legislative term. The number of senate and house members on the executive board shall remain constant, and any vacancy occurring shall be filled by the respective legislative bodies in party caucus. No board member, excepting ex officio, may serve more than three successive terms.

    Section 2. That § 2-9-3.1 be amended to read as follows:

    2-9-3.1. The term of each executive board is from sine die the first day of the regular session of the Legislature in the odd-numbered year until sine die the first day of the regular session of the Legislature in the next succeeding odd-numbered year. During the entire period of each executive board's term, it is the governance body of the Legislative Research Council and shall direct and supervise its staff and activities.

     Signed March 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 19

(HB 1036)

Legislation enacted in 2014, codified.


        ENTITLED, An Act to codify legislation enacted in 2014.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 2-16-13 be amended to read as follows:


    2-16-13. The official code of laws of the State of South Dakota, which may be referred to as the code, consists of all the statutes of a general and permanent nature contained in:

            (1)    The 2004 revision of volume 1;

            (2)    The 2012 revision of volume 2;

            (3)    The 2013 revision of volume 3;

            (4)    The 2004 revision of volume 4;

            (5)    The 2004 revision of volume 5;

            (6)    The 2004 revision of volume 6;

            (7)    The 2010 revision of volume 7;

            (8)    The 2004 revision of volume 8;

            (9)    The 2004 revision of volume 9;

            (10)    The 2004 2014 revision of volume 10;

            (11)    The 2014 revision of volume 10A;

            (12)    The 2004 2014 revision of volume 11;

            (12)(13)    The 2004 revision of volume 12;

            (13)(14)    The 2004 revision of volume 13;

            (14)(15)    The 2006 revision of volume 14;

            (15)(16)    The 2004 revision of volume 15;

            (16)(17)    The 2013 revision of volume 16;

            (17)(18)    The 2004 revision of volume 17;

            (18)(19)    The 2004 revision of volume 18;

            (19)(20)    The 2011 revision of volume 19;

            (20)(21)    The 2011 revision of volume 19A;

            (21)(22)    The 2011 revision of volume 20;

            (22)(23)    The 2013 revision of volume 21;

            (23)(24)    The 2004 revision of volume 22;

            (24)(25)    The 2004 revision of volume 23;

            (25)(26)    The 2004 revision of volume 24;

            (26)(27)    The 2004 revision of volume 25;

            (27)(28)    The 2004 revision of volume 26;

            (28)(29)    The 2007 revision of volume 27;

            (29)(30)    The 2004 revision of volume 28;

            (30)(31)    The 2004 revision of volume 29;

            (31)(32)    The 2012 revision of volume 30;

            (32)(33)    The 2012 revision of volume 31;

            (33)(34)    The 2004 revision of volume 32;

            (34)(35)    The 2004 revision of volume 33;

            (35)(36)    The 2009 revision of volume 34;

            (36)(37)    The 2004 revision of the Parallel Tables volume;

            (37)(38)    The December 2013 2014 Interim Annotation Service of the South Dakota Codified Laws beginning with Title 1, chapter 1-1 and ending with Title 62, chapter 62-9; and

            (38)(39)    The 2013 2014 cumulative annual pocket parts and supplementary pamphlet.

    Section 2. That § 2-16-15 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-15. No provision of the code enacted by § 2-16-13, as to which any action or proceeding, civil or criminal, has been commenced prior to July 1, 2014 2015, to determine whether or not such provision was constitutionally enacted, is validated by the enactment of this code.

    The enactment of the code:

            (1)    Does not affect the validity of any transaction;

            (2)    Does not impair the curative or legalizing effect of any statute; and

            (3)    Does not release or extinguish any penalty, confiscation, forfeiture, or liability; which accrued, occurred, or took effect prior to the time the code took effect.

    Section 3. That § 2-16-16 be amended to read as follows:

    2-16-16. All statutes, other than this code, enacted at the 2014 2015 session of the Legislature shall be deemed to have been enacted subsequently to the enactment of this code. If any such statute repeals, amends, contravenes, or is inconsistent with the provisions of this code, the provisions of the statute shall prevail. Any enactment in the 2014 2015 session of the Legislature which cites South Dakota Codified Laws for the purpose of amendment or repeal, shall be construed as having reference to the code enacted by § 2-16-13.

     Signed February 9, 2015
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PUBLIC OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES

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CHAPTER 20

(SB 32)

Veteran's preference for all veterans who seek employment
with the state, county, or municipality.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding veteran's preference for all veterans who are United States citizens who seek employment with the state, a county, or a municipality.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-3-1 be amended to read as follows:

    3-3-1. In all public departments and subdivisions and upon all public works of this state and of the counties and municipalities of this state, any veteran, as defined in § 33A-2-1, who is a citizen and resident of the state of the United States, shall receive preference for appointment, employment, and promotion. Age, loss of limb, or other physical impairment which does not in fact incapacitate does not disqualify the veteran if the veteran possesses the qualifications and business capacity necessary to discharge the duties of the position involved. A veteran who has a service-connected disability shall be given a preference over a nondisabled veteran.

     Signed February 9, 2015
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CHAPTER 21

(SB 90)

School districts to provide veterans a preference in employment.


        ENTITLED, An Act to require school districts to provide veterans a preference in employment.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-3-1 be amended to read as follows:

    3-3-1. In all public departments and subdivisions and upon all public works of this state and of the counties and, municipalities, and school districts of this state, any veteran, as defined in § 33A-2-1, who is a citizen and resident of the state, shall receive preference for appointment, employment, and promotion. Age, loss of limb, or other physical impairment which does not in fact incapacitate does not disqualify the veteran if the veteran possesses the qualifications and business capacity necessary to discharge the duties of the position involved. A veteran who has a service-connected disability shall be given a preference over a nondisabled veteran.

     Signed March 10, 2015
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CHAPTER 22

(SB 87)

Vacancy in municipal office.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise the circumstances creating a vacancy in municipal office.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-4-1 be amended to read as follows:

    3-4-1. Every An office shall become becomes vacant on the happening of any if one of the following events applies to a member of a governing body or elected officer before the expiration of the term of such the office; the person:

            (1)    The death of the incumbent Dies;

            (2)    His resignation Resigns;

            (3)    His removal Is removed from office;

            (4)    His failure Fails to qualify as provided by law;

            (5)    His ceasing Ceases to be a resident of the state, district, county, municipality, township, ward, or precinct in which the duties of his the office are to be exercised or for which he may have been elected;

            (6)    His conviction Is convicted of any infamous crime or of any offense involving a violation of his the official oath of the office; or

            (7)    Whenever Has a judgment shall be obtained against him the person for a breach of his an official bond.

     Signed March 10, 2015
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CHAPTER 23

(HB 1135)

Local government officials and employees
bonding requirements changed.


        ENTITLED, An Act to expand certain bonding provisions regarding local government officials and employees.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That chapter 3-5 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The governing board of any political subdivision of this state, may purchase a blanket bond,

blanket crime coverage, an insurance policy, or an individual bond, issued to the political subdivision as the insured, covering the faithful performance of each officer, member, and employee. If the governing board purchases a blanket bond, blanket crime coverage, or an insurance policy that is equal to or exceeds the individual bond requirements established in law, no officer, member, and employee of the political subdivision is required to furnish an individual bond to qualify for office. Blanket coverage may not be less than the total coverage of all individual bonds purchased for the year prior to January 1, 2015.

     Signed March 10, 2015
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CHAPTER 24

(HB 1048)

Reimbursement for expenses incurred
in furtherance of state interests.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions regarding state hosting and employee reimbursement policies.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-9-2 be amended to read as follows:

    3-9-2. The State Board of Finance may fix the maximum amount which may be allowed per day or fraction of a day as reimbursement for expenses for meals and lodging necessarily incurred by state officers and employees in the performance of their duties as such while away from their places of residence or headquarters station, and change such the maximum allowance from time to time as it may deem as the board deems just and proper under existing conditions. The State Board of Finance may authorize reimbursement on a per diem basis, in lieu of the method described above in this section or any other method provided by law, and fix the amount per day or fraction of a day which may be allowed, and may from time to time change such the amount as it may deem the board deems just and proper under existing conditions. The chair of a commission or council created by chapters 38-10, 38-27, 38-29, and 38-32 may authorize an employee to be reimbursed for actual costs of lodging and meals, excluding alcoholic beverage as defined in subdivision 35-1-1(1) if:

            (1)    The lodging and meals are in furtherance of the state's interests, concerns, and activities;

            (2)    The activities for which the lodging and meals are required fall within the scope of the commission's or council's responsibilities; and

            (3)    The employee is performing official duties related to trade servicing or promotional activities.

    The authorization shall be made on a form prescribed by the Governor and supported by receipts and shall accompany the claim filed pursuant to § 3-9-8. The provisions of this section, sections 2 and 3 of this Act, and the amounts fixed by the State Board of Finance shall prevail notwithstanding the provisions of other statutes, such as provision that a state officer or employee shall be paid or reimbursed for his actual and necessary traveling expenses.

    Upon the written request of a department or office head, the State Board of Finance may, through a majority vote of its membership, grant relief from the per diem allowances for any officer or employee who would otherwise suffer hardship from the board's rules while furthering the state's

interests, concerns, and activities.

    Section 2. That chapter 3-9 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The State Board of Finance may authorize reimbursement of the actual costs of lodging and meals, excluding any alcoholic beverage as defined in subdivision 35-1-1(1), but including a gratuity incurred by a state officer or employee in the performance of his or her duties, regardless of whether the officer or employee is away from his or her place of residence or headquarters station, if:

            (1)    The lodging and meals are in furtherance of the state's interests, concerns, and activities;

            (2)    The activity for which the lodging and meal is required is related specifically to hosting a prospect for any business development, trade, or tourism promotional activity; and

            (3)    The officer or employee is performing an official duty at the direction of the head of the officer's or employee's department or office, which approval is certified in writing by the department or office head, or by the Governor.

    The authorization shall be made on a form prescribed by the Governor and supported by receipts and the certification of the department or office head and shall accompany the claim filed pursuant to § 3-9-8.

    The reimbursement for a gratuity authorized by this section may either be a voluntary service gratuity, not to exceed eighteen percent, or a mandatory service gratuity added to the bill by the establishment, not to exceed twenty percent.

    Section 3. That chapter 3-9 be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The State Board of Finance may authorize reimbursement of per diem to any state officer or employee conducting state business at an event extending entirely through a meal time without interruption, regardless of whether the officer or employee is away from his or her place of residence or headquarters station. The reimbursement may be authorized only if the officer's or employee's participation in the event is approved by the head of the officer's or employee's department or office, and if the event includes provision of a meal for which the officer or employee is billed and the meal is approved in writing by the department or office head, or by the Governor.

    The authorization shall be made on a form prescribed by the Governor. A certification of the approval of the department or office head shall accompany the claim filed pursuant to § 3-9-8.

     Signed March 11, 2015
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CHAPTER 25

(HB 1007)

South Dakota Retirement System updated.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise and update certain provisions relating to the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That subdivision (3) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:



            (3)    "Actuarial equivalent," a benefit of equal value, including a three percent annual improvement, when discounted at a seven percent rate of interest and the 1971 group annuity mortality table, projected by Scale D to 1975, using a unisex rate that is fifty percent male and fifty percent female for employees and beneficiaries. However, for purposes of § 3-12-69.5, the 1971 group annuity mortality table, projected by Scale D to 1975 according to the sex of the payee, shall be used including the improvement factor assumption adopted by the board, computed on the basis of interest rate and mortality assumptions adopted by the board for purposes of the actuarial valuation. For purposes of this definition, if the board adopts a select and ultimate rate of interest, the interest rate is the ultimate rate. Also, for purposes of this definition, mortality shall be based on a unisex rate that is fifty percent male and fifty percent female for employees and beneficiaries, based on the mortality rates for retired employees and beneficiaries including, if the board adopts a generational mortality table, projection of mortality improvement to the calendar year containing the beginning of the plan year;

    Section 2. That subdivision (9) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (9)    "Approved actuary," any actuary who is a member of the American Academy of Actuaries or an Associate or a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries or who has at least fifteen years of service to major public employee funds who meets the qualification standards of the American Academy of Actuaries to issue actuarial opinions regarding the system or any firm retaining such an actuary on its staff and who is appointed by the board to perform actuarial services;

    Section 3. That subdivision (41A) of § 3-12-47 be amended to read as follows:

            (41A)    "Internal Revenue Code," or "code," the Internal Revenue Code as in effect as of the date adopted by the board in rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26 January 1, 2015;

    Section 4. That § 3-12-63 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-63. Membership in the system shall exclude the following:

            (1)    All elective officers except justices and judges, unless such person elects and is otherwise qualified to become a member of the system;

            (2)    All personnel in the Department of Labor and Regulation who were employed prior to July 1, 1980, and who elect to remain participants in the retirement system provided by chapter 61-2;

            (3)    State Cement Plant employees;

            (4)    The governing body of any participating county, municipality, or other political subdivision; and

            (5)(4)    All personnel employed by the municipality of Sioux Falls prior to July 1, 2013. However, any person employed prior to July 1, 2013, who separates from service with the municipality of Sioux Falls and is subsequently rehired by the municipality of Sioux Falls and begins working after June 30, 2013, as a permanent full-time employee as defined in subdivision 3-12-47(54), shall be a member of the system.

    Section 5. That ARSD 62:01:01:04 be repealed.

     Signed February 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 26

(HB 1010)

Disability and surviving spouse benefits
for members of the South Dakota Retirement System revised.


        ENTITLED, An Act to revise certain provisions relating to disability and surviving spouse benefits for members of the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-12-95.5 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-95.5. If no family benefit is being paid pursuant to § 3-12-95.4, a surviving spouse of a contributing member who had acquired at least three years of contributory service or noncontributory service as delineated in subsections (b), (e), (g), and (h) of subdivision 3-12-47(24) or died while performing usual duties for the employer and who died after June 30, 2015, shall, upon attaining the age sixty-five, receive a surviving spouse benefit calculated as follows, whichever is applicable:

            (1)    If a family benefit had been paid, sixty percent of the family benefit paid at the time the family benefit ended, increased by the improvement factor from the date the last family benefit was paid; or

            (2)    If a family benefit had not been paid, sixty percent of the amount calculated pursuant to subsection (a) or (b), whichever is greater, increased by the improvement factor from the date of the member's death:

            (a)    Twenty-five percent of the member's final average compensation at the time of the member's death; or

            (b)    The member's unreduced accrued retirement benefit at the time of the member's death.

    The surviving spouse benefit shall be paid in monthly installments for the life of the surviving spouse.

    Section 2. That § 3-12-207 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-207. The disability benefit approved pursuant to § 3-12-206 is the greater of the following calculations:

            (1)    Twenty-five percent of the member's final average compensation at the date of disability; or

            (2)    The member's unreduced accrued retirement benefit at the date of disability.

    The disability benefit shall be paid in monthly installments for the life of the member unless the benefit terminates pursuant to § 3-12-211 § 3-12-210.

    For purposes of determining the eligibility of a surviving spouse benefit, the disability benefit is considered a retirement benefit when the member attains the age of sixty-five.

     Signed February 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 27

(HB 1008)

Consistent refund methodology
for members of the South Dakota Retirement System.


        ENTITLED, An Act to provide for a consistent refund methodology for members of the South Dakota Retirement System and their beneficiaries.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-12-110 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-110. If the aggregate benefits payable to a member and the member's surviving spouse and minor children, after After all benefits currently or potentially payable under any provision of this chapter have terminated, do not total to if the aggregate benefits paid to a member and the member's surviving spouse and minor children are less than the member's accumulated contributions including one hundred percent of employer contributions if the member died prior to July 1, 2010, or eighty-five percent of employer contributions if the member died on or after July 1, 2010, then the balance equal to the difference between, the amount by which the accumulated contributions and exceed total payments made to date shall be paid in a lump sum as provided in this section.

    Amounts payable under this section shall be paid as follows:

            (1)    To the beneficiary or entity designated by the member, if any is designated; or

            (2)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated, then to the member's surviving spouse; or

            (3)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated and there is no surviving spouse, then to all surviving children, irrespective of age, on a share alike basis; or

            (4)    If no beneficiary or entity is designated, there is no surviving spouse, and there are no surviving children, then to the member's estate.

    If no claim for payment due upon the death of a deceased member is made within three years from date of death, the payment shall revert to the system. However, a claim may be honored after the expiration of the three-year reversion period if, in the opinion of the administrator, payment of the claim is warranted by exceptional circumstances.

    This section does not apply to any member who withdraws accumulated contributions after termination of employment, or to any nonvested member who dies after termination of employment.

     Signed February 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 28

(HB 1009)

Recovery limited for certain overpayments
made by the South Dakota Retirement System.


        ENTITLED, An Act to limit the recovery of certain overpayments made by the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-12-114 be amended to read as follows:

    3-12-114. Should If any change or error in the records of the system or any participating unit result results in any person receiving from the system more or less than he the person would have been entitled to receive had the records been correct, the administrator shall correct such the error and, as far as practicable, shall adjust the payment in such manner that the actuarial equivalent of the benefit to which such to provide the person was the amount to which the person is correctly entitled shall be paid.

    If any change or error in the records of the system or any participating unit results in any person receiving from the system more than the person would have been entitled to receive had the records been correct, the administrator shall correct the error and, as far as practicable, shall recover the overpayment to reflect the amount to which the person is correctly entitled. The board shall promulgate rules, pursuant to chapter 1-26, concerning the methods by which an overpayment shall be repaid, including an actuarial equivalent. However, the recovery of an overpayment is limited to the amount attributable to any error that occurred during the six-year period immediately prior to the discovery of the error. This limitation does not apply in the case of fraud, intentional misrepresentation, material omission, or other fault on the part of a member or beneficiary.

     Signed February 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 29

(HB 1011)

Participants in the deferred compensation plan of the
South Dakota Retirement System may elect an automatic increase.


        ENTITLED, An Act to provide for automatic increases in the accounts of automatically-enrolled participants of the deferred compensation plan of the South Dakota Retirement System.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. That § 3-13-56 be amended to read as follows:

    3-13-56. The board may establish an automatic enrollment feature within the plan by rules promulgated pursuant to chapter 1-26 and § 3-13-54. Any automatic enrollment feature established by the board shall include:


            (1)    A provision that automatic enrollment shall apply only to newly-employed members hired after a specified future date;

            (2)    A provision that automatic enrollment shall apply only to the employees of those participating units that choose the automatic enrollment feature for the unit's employees;

            (3)    A provision that automatic enrollment may not require more than an established maximum contribution per month per automatically-enrolled participant;

            (4)    A provision that a participant who is automatically enrolled shall have as long as ninety days after the start of employment to discontinue participation in the plan;

            (5)    A provision that an automatically-enrolled participant who discontinues participation in the plan within ninety days of enrollment shall receive a refund of the participant's account within thirty days after discontinuing participation;

            (6)    A provision that the state investment officer shall select a default investment fund to receive contributions by any automatically-enrolled participant who does not choose an investment alternative to receive the participant's contributions;

            (7)    A provision authorizing participating units and the system to make contributions to the plan for the benefit of participants;

            (8)    A provision that the plan shall adhere to notice requirements to automatically-enrolled participants in accord with Internal Revenue Service Rulings 98-30 and 2000-8; and

            (9)    A provision that automatic enrollment does not require advance authorization by a participant, which is hereby deemed to be an exception to the provisions of any state law requiring employee authorization for a payroll deduction or any similar ordinance of a local participating unit; and

            (10)    A provision that the amount of compensation deferred by an automatically-enrolled participant shall automatically increase by a specified amount each year unless the participant elects not to participate in automatic escalation or elects to defer a different amount than specified.

    If a participant discontinues participation pursuant to subdivision (4), that act is a permissive withdrawal pursuant to § 414(w) of the Internal Revenue Code.

     Signed February 12, 2015
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CHAPTER 30

(HB 1064)

Self-dealing prohibited and regulated.


        ENTITLED, An Act to prohibit unlawful self-dealing by state officers and employees.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. A state officer or employee may not solicit nor accept any gift, favor, reward, service, or promise of reward, including a promise of future employment, in exchange for recommending,

influencing, or attempting to influence the award of or the terms of a contract by the state agency the officer or employee serves.

    Section 2. That § 5-18A-17 be amended to read as follows:

    5-18A-17. No state officer or employee who approves, awards, or administers a contract involving the expenditure of public funds or the sale or lease of property on behalf of a state agency, may have an interest in a contract or derive a direct benefit from a contract that is within the scope of the officer's or employee's official duties, nor for a one-year period following the end of their employment or position as a state officer may the officer or employee derive a direct benefit as a result of such contract except as provided in section 4 of this Act. In addition, no such officer or employee may enter into any contract, other than a contract of employment, with any state agency for a period of one year following their leaving office or employment except as provided in section 5 of this Act. This prohibition includes any state officer or employee who, in his or her official capacity, recommends the approval or award of the contract or who supervises a person who approves, awards, or administers the contract. This prohibition does not include any state officer who serves without compensation or who may be paid per diem pursuant to § 4-7-10.4. Any contract made in violation of this section is void. Any state officer or employee who knowingly violates this section is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor.

    Section 3. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A state officer or employee derives a direct benefit from a contract if the state officer or employee, the officer's or employee's spouse, or other persons with whom the state officer or employee lives and commingles assets:

            (1)    Has more than a five percent ownership or other interest in an entity that is a party to the contract;

            (2)    Derives income, compensation, or commission directly from the contract or from the entity that is a party to the contract;

            (3)    Acquires property under the contract; or

            (4)    Serves on the board of directors of a for-profit entity that derives income or commission directly from the contract or acquires property under the contract.

    A state officer or employee does not derive a direct benefit from a contract based solely on the value associated with the officer's or employee's investments or holdings, or the investments or holdings of other persons with whom the state officer or employee lives and commingles assets.

    Section 4. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A governing body may authorize an officer or employee whose responsibilities include approving, awarding, or administering a contract on behalf of a state agency or supervising any employee who has these responsibilities to be a party to or derive a direct benefit from a contract if:

            (1)    The officer or employee has provided full written disclosure to the governing body;

            (2)    The governing body has reviewed the essential terms of the transaction or contract and the state officer's or employee's role in the contract or transaction; and

            (3)    The transaction and the terms of the contract are fair, reasonable, and not contrary to the public interest.

    The authorization shall be in writing. Any authorization given pursuant to this section is a public record. Each authorization shall be filed with the commissioner of the Bureau of Human Resources, who shall compile the authorizations and present them annually for review by the Government Operations and Audit Committee.

    Section 5. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Within the one-year period prohibiting any contract with a state agency, the governing body of the state agency may approve a former officer or employee to contract with any state agency if the governing body determines that the transaction and the terms of the contract are fair, reasonable, and are in the best interests of the public. The authorization shall be in writing.

    Any approval given pursuant to this section is a public record. Each approval shall be filed with the commissioner of the Bureau of Human Resources, who shall compile the approvals and present them annually for review by the Government Operations and Audit Committee.

    Section 6. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    A state officer or employee who knowingly violates the provisions of section 1 or section 2 of this Act commits malfeasance in office. The state officer or employee shall be removed from office or employment and such person is guilty of a Class 1 misdemeanor. Any benefit to a person or entity derived from the person's knowing violation of section 1 or section 2 of this Act is subject to forfeiture. Any contract made in violation of section 1 or section 2 of this Act is voidable by the governing body.

    Section 7. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    Nothing in this Act affects a specific conflict of interest prohibition that applies to specific employees.

    Section 8. That chapter 5-18A be amended by adding thereto a NEW SECTION to read as follows:

    The terms used in this Act mean:

            (1)    "State agency," each board, commission, committee, council, department, division, office, task force, or agency of state government. The term, state agency, does not include any authority created by the Legislature or executive order;

            (2)    "State officer," a person who is elected or appointed to serve a state agency. The term does not include a member of the Legislature, a person who serves without compensation, or a person who is only paid per diem in accordance with § 4-7-10.4;

            (3)    "Governing body," the Executive Board of the Legislative Research Council, the Supreme Court, the Board of Regents, the Public Utilities Commission, each constitutional officer, the Board of Trustees of the South Dakota Retirement System, the State Investment Council, or the Governor;

            (4)    "Administer a contract," decision making or substantive influence on the decision making concerning the manner, method, or means of a contract's performance or enforcement such as the ability to terminate, suspend, change terms, or evaluate the counter-party's performance under the contract. The term does not include review and approval of contract documents for matters of style and form or conformity with authorizing

legislation or rule, mere clerical tasks such as posting, making, or reconciling payments or accounts under the contract, collecting or reporting fiscal data or other information in relation to the contract's performance, or relaying substantive decisions made by another person or body as to the manner, method, or means of a contract's performance or enforcement.

     Signed March 11, 2015
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CHAPTER 31

(HB 1208)

Appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the state.


        ENTITLED, An Act to appropriate money for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, the expenses of state institutions, interest on the public debt, and for common schools.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA:

    Section 1. There is hereby appropriated out of any money in the state treasury not otherwise appropriated the following sums of money or expenditure authority, or so much thereof as may be necessary, for the ordinary expenses of the legislative, judicial, and executive departments of the state, certain officers, boards, and commissions, and support and maintenance of the educational, charitable, and penal institutions of the state for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2016.

GENERAL FEDERAL OTHER TOTAL
FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS FUNDS
SECTION 2. DEPARTMENT OF EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT      
(1)   Office of the Governor          
   
Personal Services  
$1,807,389   $231,727   $0   $2,039,116  
   
Operating Expenses  
$409,605   $46,894   $0   $456,499  
             
   
Total  
$2,216,994   $278,621   $0   $2,495,615  
   
F.T.E.  
      21.5  
             
(2)   Governor's Contingency Fund          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$75,000   $0   $0   $75,000  
             
   
Total  
$75,000   $0   $0   $75,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   Governor's Office of Economic Development        
   
Personal Services  
$1,649,175   $528,539   $632,065   $2,809,779  
   
Operating Expenses  
$850,439   $11,160,233   $33,545,212   $45,555,884  
             
   
Total  
$2,499,614   $11,688,772   $34,177,277   $48,365,663  
   
F.T.E.  
      40.6  
             
(4)   Office of Research Commerce          
   
Personal Services  
$173,861   $0   $0   $173,861  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,689,668   $0   $500,000   $4,189,668  
             
   
Total  
$3,863,529   $0   $500,000   $4,363,529  
   
F.T.E.  
      2.0  
             
(5)   SD Housing Development Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $1,455,579   $3,238,688   $4,694,267  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $679,308   $6,838,212   $7,517,520  
             
   
Total  
$0   $2,134,887   $10,076,900   $12,211,787  
   
F.T.E.  
      65.0  
             
(6)   SD Science and Technology Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,935,386   $2,935,386  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $6,230,000   $6,230,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $9,165,386   $9,165,386  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(7)   SD Energy Infrastructure Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $27,366   $27,366  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $31,606   $31,606  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $58,972   $58,972  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   SD Ellsworth Development Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $594,180   $594,180  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $594,180   $594,180  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Building South Dakota--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $7,000,000   $7,000,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $7,000,000   $7,000,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(10)   Lieutenant Governor          
   
Personal Services  
$20,843   $0   $0   $20,843  
   
Operating Expenses  
$13,268   $0   $0   $13,268  
             
   
Total  
$34,111   $0   $0   $34,111  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.5  
             
(11)   Bureau of Finance and Management (BFM)        
   
Personal Services  
$662,937   $0   $2,361,932   $3,024,869  
   
Operating Expenses  
$217,921   $0   $2,486,489   $2,704,410  
             
   
Total  
$880,858   $0   $4,848,421   $5,729,279  
   
F.T.E.  
      36.0  
             
(12)   Sale Leaseback, BFM          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,500,000   $0   $0   $4,500,000  
             
   
Total  
$4,500,000   $0   $0   $4,500,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   Computer Services and Development        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,000,000   $2,000,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,000,000   $2,000,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Building Authority--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,500   $2,500  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $516,546   $516,546  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $519,046   $519,046  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(15)   Health & Education Facilities Authority--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $490,513   $490,513  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $226,293   $226,293  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $716,806   $716,806  
   
F.T.E.  
      6.0  
             
(16A)   Employee Compensation Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$9,979,624   $5,016,808   $11,200,009   $26,196,441  
   
Operating Expenses  
$271,789   $53,387   $0   $325,176  
             
   
Total  
$10,251,413   $5,070,195   $11,200,009   $26,521,617  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(16B)   Bureau Billings Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,265,471   $711,423   $2,012,508   $3,989,402  
             
   
Total  
$1,265,471   $711,423   $2,012,508   $3,989,402  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(16C)   Captive Insurance Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$592,982   $385,944   $751,224   $1,730,150  
             
   
Total  
$592,982   $385,944   $751,224   $1,730,150  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(17)   Educational Enhancement Funding Corporation--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $181,261   $181,261  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $181,261   $181,261  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(18)   Administrative Services, Bureau of Administration (BOA)      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $366,875   $366,875  
   
Operating Expenses  
$683   $0   $107,208   $107,891  
             
   
Total  
$683   $0   $474,083   $474,766  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.5  
             
(19)   Sale Leaseback (BFM/BOA)          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$318,688   $0   $0   $318,688  
             
   
Total  
$318,688   $0   $0   $318,688  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(20)   Central Services          
   
Personal Services  
$181,890   $0   $6,648,974   $6,830,864  
   
Operating Expenses  
$208,503   $0   $16,363,414   $16,571,917  
             
   
Total  
$390,393   $0   $23,012,388   $23,402,781  
   
F.T.E.  
      138.5  
             
(21)   State Engineer          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,025,627   $1,025,627  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $219,732   $219,732  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,245,359   $1,245,359  
   
F.T.E.  
      14.0  
             
(22)   Statewide Maintenance and Repair        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$10,858,549   $500,000   $3,089,246   $14,447,795  
             
   
Total  
$10,858,549   $500,000   $3,089,246   $14,447,795  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(23)   Office of Hearing Examiners          
   
Personal Services  
$250,667   $0   $0   $250,667  
   
Operating Expenses  
$69,747   $0   $0   $69,747  
             
   
Total  
$320,414   $0   $0   $320,414  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(24)   PEPL Fund Administration--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $497,025   $497,025  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $3,434,067   $3,434,067  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $3,931,092   $3,931,092  
   
F.T.E.  
      6.0  
             
(25)   PEPL Fund Claims--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,222,898   $2,222,898  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,222,898   $2,222,898  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(25A)   Obligation Recovery Center          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$450,000   $0   $0   $450,000  
             
   
Total  
$450,000   $0   $0   $450,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(26)   Data Centers, Bureau of Information and Telecommunications (BIT)      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $5,110,607   $5,110,607  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $4,304,067   $4,304,067  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $9,414,674   $9,414,674  
   
F.T.E.  
      64.0  
             
(27)   Development          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $12,003,615   $12,003,615  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,970,701   $1,970,701  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $13,974,316   $13,974,316  
   
F.T.E.  
      153.0  
             
(28)   Telecommunications Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $6,677,602   $6,677,602  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $9,932,950   $9,932,950  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $16,610,552   $16,610,552  
   
F.T.E.  
      87.0  
             
(29)   South Dakota Public Broadcasting        
   
Personal Services  
$2,646,527   $0   $894,110   $3,540,637  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,226,745   $1,098,807   $2,709,156   $5,034,708  
             
   
Total  
$3,873,272   $1,098,807   $3,603,266   $8,575,345  
   
F.T.E.  
      59.5  
             
(30)   BIT Administration          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $2,907   $1,491,735   $1,494,642  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $305,633   $305,633  
             
   
Total  
$0   $2,907   $1,797,368   $1,800,275  
   
F.T.E.  
      16.0  
             
(31)   State Radio Engineering          
   
Personal Services  
$656,979   $127,952   $11,389   $796,320  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,138,647   $395,337   $143,927   $2,677,911  
             
   
Total  
$2,795,626   $523,289   $155,316   $3,474,231  
   
F.T.E.  
      11.0  
             
(32)   Personnel Management and Employee Benefits (BHR)        
   
Personal Services  
$202,720   $0   $4,321,026   $4,523,746  
   
Operating Expenses  
$60,039   $0   $1,864,656   $1,924,695  
             
   
Total  
$262,759   $0   $6,185,682   $6,448,441  
   
F.T.E.  
      71.7  
             
(33)   South Dakota Risk Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $103,660   $103,660  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $50,000   $500,000   $550,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $50,000   $603,660   $653,660  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.8  
             
(34)   South Dakota Risk Pool Reserve          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(35)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT      
   
Personal Services  
$18,232,612   $7,363,512   $60,040,704   $85,636,828  
   
Operating Expenses  
$27,217,744   $15,081,333   $110,081,186   $152,380,263  
             
   
Total  
$45,450,356   $22,444,845   $170,121,890   $238,017,091  
   
F.T.E.  
      833.6  
             
SECTION 3. DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Revenue        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,012,749   $2,012,749  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,545,399   $1,545,399  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $3,558,148   $3,558,148  
   
F.T.E.  
      28.0  
             
(2)   Business Tax          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,445,825   $3,445,825  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $873,949   $873,949  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,319,774   $4,319,774  
   
F.T.E.  
      57.5  
             
(3)   Motor Vehicles          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,270,315   $2,270,315  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $6,372,282   $6,372,282  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $8,642,597   $8,642,597  
   
F.T.E.  
      46.0  
             
(4)   Property and Special Taxes          
   
Personal Services  
$967,449   $0   $0   $967,449  
   
Operating Expenses  
$261,546   $0   $0   $261,546  
             
   
Total  
$1,228,995   $0   $0   $1,228,995  
   
F.T.E.  
      15.0  
             
(5)   Audits          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,835,365   $3,835,365  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $588,888   $588,888  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,424,253   $4,424,253  
   
F.T.E.  
      55.0  
             
(6)   Instant and On-line Operation--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,362,082   $1,362,082  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $36,909,173   $36,909,173  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $38,271,255   $38,271,255  
   
F.T.E.  
      21.0  
             
(7)   Video Lottery          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $628,301   $628,301  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,956,133   $1,956,133  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,584,434   $2,584,434  
   
F.T.E.  
      10.0  
             
(8)   Commission on Gaming--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,002,775   $1,002,775  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $9,606,649   $9,606,649  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $10,609,424   $10,609,424  
   
F.T.E.  
      16.0  
             
(9)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, REVENUE        
   
Personal Services  
$967,449   $0   $14,557,412   $15,524,861  
   
Operating Expenses  
$261,546   $0   $57,852,473   $58,114,019  
             
   
Total  
$1,228,995   $0   $72,409,885   $73,638,880  
   
F.T.E.  
      248.5  
             
SECTION 4. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Agriculture        
   
Personal Services  
$657,801   $41,337   $75,109   $774,247  
   
Operating Expenses  
$177,603   $16,787   $93,804   $288,194  
             
   
Total  
$835,404   $58,124   $168,913   $1,062,441  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.5  
             
(2)   Agricultural Services and Assistance        
   
Personal Services  
$1,341,378   $1,871,458   $1,112,650   $4,325,486  
   
Operating Expenses  
$555,408   $1,982,834   $1,970,450   $4,508,692  
             
   
Total  
$1,896,786   $3,854,292   $3,083,100   $8,834,178  
   
F.T.E.  
      83.1  
             
(3)   Agricultural Development and Promotion        
   
Personal Services  
$1,216,786   $459,198   $156,971   $1,832,955  
   
Operating Expenses  
$451,914   $1,237,395   $765,955   $2,455,264  
             
   
Total  
$1,668,700   $1,696,593   $922,926   $4,288,219  
   
F.T.E.  
      27.8  
             
(4)   Animal Industry Board          
   
Personal Services  
$1,658,234   $1,039,692   $129,305   $2,827,231  
   
Operating Expenses  
$338,264   $620,551   $141,640   $1,100,455  
             
   
Total  
$1,996,498   $1,660,243   $270,945   $3,927,686  
   
F.T.E.  
      41.0  
             
(5)   American Dairy Association--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,210,900   $2,210,900  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,210,900   $2,210,900  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Wheat Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $217,403   $217,403  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,831,340   $1,831,340  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,048,743   $2,048,743  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(7)   Oilseeds Council--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,205   $1,205  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $369,918   $369,918  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $371,123   $371,123  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Soybean Research and Promotion Council--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $497,944   $497,944  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $10,523,356   $10,523,356  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $11,021,300   $11,021,300  
   
F.T.E.  
      8.0  
             
(9)   Brand Board--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,412,817   $1,412,817  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $500,823   $500,823  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,913,640   $1,913,640  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(10)   Corn Utilization Council--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $143,141   $143,141  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $5,744,903   $5,744,903  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $5,888,044   $5,888,044  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(11)   Board of Veterinary Medicine Examiners--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,522   $2,522  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $56,499   $56,499  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $59,021   $59,021  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(12)   Pulse Crops Council--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $715   $715  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $23,000   $23,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $23,715   $23,715  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   State Fair          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $826,059   $826,059  
   
Operating Expenses  
$269,845   $0   $1,965,395   $2,235,240  
             
   
Total  
$269,845   $0   $2,791,454   $3,061,299  
   
F.T.E.  
      19.5  
             
(14)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, AGRICULTURE        
   
Personal Services  
$4,874,199   $3,411,685   $4,575,841   $12,861,725  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,793,034   $3,857,567   $26,197,983   $31,848,584  
             
   
TOTAL  
$6,667,233   $7,269,252   $30,773,824   $44,710,309  
   
F.T.E.  
      225.9  
             
SECTION 5. DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM        
(1)   Tourism          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,626,697   $1,626,697  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $12,028,624   $12,028,624  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $13,655,321   $13,655,321  
   
F.T.E.  
      25.0  
             
(2)   Arts          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $249,002   $249,002  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $878,000   $572,819   $1,450,819  
             
   
Total  
$0   $878,000   $821,821   $1,699,821  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(3)   History          
   
Personal Services  
$920,724   $387,548   $1,255,103   $2,563,375  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,018,334   $543,037   $1,492,228   $3,053,599  
             
   
Total  
$1,939,058   $930,585   $2,747,331   $5,616,974  
   
F.T.E.  
      44.0  
             
(4)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TOURISM        
    Personal Services   $920,724   $387,548   $3,130,802   $4,439,074  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,018,334   $1,421,037   $14,093,671   $16,533,042  
             
   
TOTAL  
$1,939,058   $1,808,585   $17,224,473   $20,972,116  
   
F.T.E.  
      72.0  
             
SECTION 6. DEPARTMENT OF GAME, FISH AND PARKS        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Game, Fish and Parks        
   
Personal Services  
$122,892   $0   $1,569,002   $1,691,894  
   
Operating Expenses  
$823,172   $0   $706,719   $1,529,891  
             
   
Total  
$946,064   $0   $2,275,721   $3,221,785  
   
F.T.E.  
      20.1  
             
(2)   Wildlife--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $3,764,471   $14,077,705   $17,842,176  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $13,522,288   $15,165,496   $28,687,784  
             
   
Total  
$0   $17,286,759   $29,243,201   $46,529,960  
   
F.T.E.  
      295.0  
             
(3)   Wildlife, Development and Improvement--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $868,750   $261,250   $1,130,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $868,750   $261,250   $1,130,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   State Parks and Recreation          
   
Personal Services  
$2,526,907   $883,337   $6,673,737   $10,083,981  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,603,376   $2,518,222   $7,635,649   $11,757,247  
             
   
Total  
$4,130,283   $3,401,559   $14,309,386   $21,841,228  
   
F.T.E.  
      244.2  
             
(5)   State Parks and Recreation, Development and Improvement      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $4,388,613   $3,823,887   $8,212,500  
             
   
Total  
$0   $4,388,613   $3,823,887   $8,212,500  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Snowmobile Trails--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $378,601   $378,601  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $176,000   $806,731   $982,731  
             
   
Total  
$0   $176,000   $1,185,332   $1,361,332  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.1  
             
(7)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, GAME, FISH AND PARKS        
   
Personal Services  
$2,649,799   $4,647,808   $22,699,045   $29,996,652  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,426,548   $21,473,873   $28,399,732   $52,300,153  
             
   
TOTAL  
$5,076,347   $26,121,681   $51,098,777   $82,296,805  
   
F.T.E.  
      568.4  
             
SECTION 7. DEPARTMENT OF TRIBAL RELATIONS        
(1)   Office of Tribal Relations          
   
Personal Services  
$344,353   $0   $0   $344,353  
   
Operating Expenses  
$98,098   $0   $20,000   $118,098  
             
   
Total  
$442,451   $0   $20,000   $462,451  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
         
(2)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TRIBAL RELATIONS        
   
Personal Services  
$344,353   $0   $0   $344,353  
   
Operating Expenses  
$98,098   $0   $20,000   $118,098  
             
   
Total  
$442,451   $0   $20,000   $462,451  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
             
SECTION 8. DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Social Services        
   
Personal Services  
$4,267,669   $5,511,702   $9,826   $9,789,197  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,428,034   $15,535,018   $9,269   $19,972,321  
             
   
Total  
$8,695,703   $21,046,720   $19,095   $29,761,518  
   
F.T.E.  
      182.7  
             
(2)   Economic Assistance          
   
Personal Services  
$7,848,386   $10,894,433   $23,280   $18,766,099  
   
Operating Expenses  
$17,324,734   $49,654,952   $317,023   $67,296,709  
             
   
Total  
$25,173,120   $60,549,385   $340,303   $86,062,808  
   
F.T.E.  
      320.5  
             
(3)   Medical and Adult Services          
   
Personal Services  
$3,031,993   $6,331,364   $163,655   $9,527,012  
   
Operating Expenses  
$306,330,539   $451,444,171   $1,624,515   $759,399,225  
             
   
Total  
$309,362,532   $457,775,535   $1,788,170   $768,926,237  
   
F.T.E.  
      151.0  
             
(4)   Children's Services          
   
Personal Services  
$11,436,844   $9,700,761   $1,612,809   $22,750,414  
   
Operating Expenses  
$32,030,441   $37,378,548   $3,039,694   $72,448,683  
             
   
Total  
$43,467,285   $47,079,309   $4,652,503   $95,199,097  
   
F.T.E.  
      353.8  
             
(5)   Behavioral Health          
   
Personal Services  
$29,315,328   $9,930,678   $1,469,986   $40,715,992  
   
Operating Expenses  
$44,807,914   $28,445,653   $1,387,920   $74,641,487  
             
   
Total  
$74,123,242   $38,376,331   $2,857,906   $115,357,479  
   
F.T.E.  
      647.0  
             
(6)   Board of Counselor Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,878   $2,878  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $89,931   $89,931  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $92,809   $92,809  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Board of Psychology Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $3,500   $3,500  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $73,205   $73,205  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $76,705   $76,705  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Board of Social Work Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,911   $2,911  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $98,658   $98,658  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $101,569   $101,569  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Board of Addiction and Prevention Professionals--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $104,767   $104,767  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $57,836   $57,836  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $162,603   $162,603  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.3  
             
(10)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, SOCIAL SERVICES        
   
Personal Services  
$55,900,220   $42,368,938   $3,393,612   $101,662,770  
   
Operating Expenses  
$404,921,662   $582,458,342   $6,698,051   $994,078,055  
             
   
TOTAL  
$460,821,882   $624,827,280   $10,091,663   $1,095,740,825  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,656.3  
             
SECTION 9. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Health        
   
Personal Services  
$703,745   $966,615   $594,368   $2,264,728  
   
Operating Expenses  
$201,366   $836,885   $865,758   $1,904,009  
             
   
Total  
$905,111   $1,803,500   $1,460,126   $4,168,737  
   
F.T.E.  
      32.0  
             
(2)   Health Systems Development and Regulation        
   
Personal Services  
$1,607,790   $3,354,403   $62,385   $5,024,578  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,248,783   $6,544,587   $3,085,361   $10,878,731  
             
   
Total  
$2,856,573   $9,898,990   $3,147,746   $15,903,309  
   
F.T.E.  
      62.5  
             
(3)   Health and Medical Services          
   
Personal Services  
$2,148,720   $9,599,211   $1,308,907   $13,056,838  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,004,530   $15,919,633   $4,621,843   $22,546,006  
             
   
Total  
$4,153,250   $25,518,844   $5,930,750   $35,602,844  
   
F.T.E.  
      188.5  
             
(4)   Laboratory Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $581,959   $1,400,393   $1,982,352  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $2,688,123   $1,881,810   $4,569,933  
             
   
Total  
$0   $3,270,082   $3,282,203   $6,552,285  
   
F.T.E.  
      28.0  
             
(5)   Correctional Health          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $6,913,687   $6,913,687  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $12,653,143   $12,653,143  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $19,566,830   $19,566,830  
   
F.T.E.  
      87.0  
             
(6)   Tobacco Prevention          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $230,450   $0   $230,450  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $1,311,963   $4,500,038   $5,812,001  
             
   
Total  
$0   $1,542,413   $4,500,038   $6,042,451  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(7)   Board of Chiropractic Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $60,150   $60,150  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $48,426   $48,426  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $108,576   $108,576  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(8)   Board of Dentistry--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $9,493   $9,493  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $302,510   $302,510  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $312,003   $312,003  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Board of Hearing Aid Dispensers--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,158   $1,158  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $23,703   $23,703  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $24,861   $24,861  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(10)   Board of Funeral Service--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $8,973   $8,973  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $64,472   $64,472  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $73,445   $73,445  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(11)   Board of Medical and Osteopathic Examiners--Informational      
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $395,675   $395,675  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $615,818   $615,818  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,011,493   $1,011,493  
   
F.T.E.  
      7.0  
             
(12)   Board of Nursing--Informational          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $638,255   $638,255  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $576,194   $576,194  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,214,449   $1,214,449  
   
F.T.E.  
      9.0  
             
(13)   Board of Nursing Home Administrators--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,247   $2,247  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $55,087   $55,087  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $57,334   $57,334  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Board of Optometry--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,463   $1,463  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $55,119   $55,119  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $56,582   $56,582  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(15)   Board of Pharmacy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $68,517   $417,260   $485,777  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $133,794   $437,875   $571,669  
             
   
Total  
$0   $202,311   $855,135   $1,057,446  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.2  
             
(16)   Board of Podiatry Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $276   $276  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $21,194   $21,194  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $21,470   $21,470  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(17)   Board of Massage Therapy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,300   $2,300  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $78,640   $78,640  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $80,940   $80,940  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(18)   Board of Speech-Language Pathology--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,070   $1,070  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $44,992   $44,992  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $46,062   $46,062  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(19)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, HEALTH        
   
Personal Services  
$4,460,255   $14,801,155   $11,818,060   $31,079,470  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,454,679   $27,434,985   $29,931,983   $60,821,647  
             
   
TOTAL  
$7,914,934   $42,236,140   $41,750,043   $91,901,117  
   
F.T.E.  
      423.2  
             
SECTION 10. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND REGULATION      
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Labor        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $3,159,024   $153,124   $3,312,148  
   
Operating Expenses  
$605,033   $15,784,794   $86,033   $16,475,860  
             
   
Total  
$605,033   $18,943,818   $239,157   $19,788,008  
   
F.T.E.  
      53.5  
             
(2)   Unemployment Insurance Services          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $5,022,400   $0   $5,022,400  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $675,724   $0   $675,724  
             
   
Total  
$0   $5,698,124   $0   $5,698,124  
   
F.T.E.  
      92.0  
             
(3)   Field Operations          
   
Personal Services  
$166,391   $10,293,767   $0   $10,460,158  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $1,562,802   $0   $1,562,802  
             
   
Total  
$166,391   $11,856,569   $0   $12,022,960  
   
F.T.E.  
      184.0  
             
(4)   State Labor Law Administration          
   
Personal Services  
$587,326   $385,820   $239,926   $1,213,072  
   
Operating Expenses  
$92,991   $75,131   $241,545   $409,667  
             
   
Total  
$680,317   $460,951   $481,471   $1,622,739  
   
F.T.E.  
      19.0  
             
(5)   Board of Accountancy--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $139,564   $139,564  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $162,723   $162,723  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $302,287   $302,287  
   
F.T.E.  
      2.5  
             
(6)   Board of Barber Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,404   $2,404  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $26,461   $26,461  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $28,865   $28,865  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Cosmetology Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $156,744   $156,744  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $109,294   $109,294  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $266,038   $266,038  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.0  
             
(8)   Plumbing Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $396,023   $396,023  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $200,896   $200,896  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $596,919   $596,919  
   
F.T.E.  
      7.0  
             
(9)   Board of Technical Professions--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $176,199   $176,199  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $182,635   $182,635  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $358,834   $358,834  
   
F.T.E.  
      3.5  
             
(10)   Electrical Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,143,640   $1,143,640  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $486,209   $486,209  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $1,629,849   $1,629,849  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.0  
             
(11)   Real Estate Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $328,349   $328,349  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $230,055   $230,055  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $558,404   $558,404  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.0  
             
(12)   Abstracters Board of Examiners--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $16,999   $16,999  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $9,477   $9,477  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $26,476   $26,476  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(13)   South Dakota Athletic Commission--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $8,029   $8,029  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $47,300   $47,300  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $55,329   $55,329  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(14)   Banking          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $1,938,400   $1,938,400  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $564,219   $564,219  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,502,619   $2,502,619  
   
F.T.E.  
      24.5  
             
(15)   Securities          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $412,982   $412,982  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $81,915   $81,915  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $494,897   $494,897  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.7  
             
(16)   Insurance          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $149,238   $1,910,147   $2,059,385  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $589,961   $297,978   $887,939  
             
   
Total  
$0   $739,199   $2,208,125   $2,947,324  
   
F.T.E.  
      30.0  
             
(17)   South Dakota Retirement System          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $2,473,878   $2,473,878  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $1,729,290   $1,729,290  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,203,168   $4,203,168  
   
F.T.E.  
      33.0  
             
(18)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, LABOR AND REGULATION      
   
Personal Services  
$753,717   $19,010,249   $9,496,408   $29,260,374  
   
Operating Expenses  
$698,024   $18,688,412   $4,456,030   $23,842,466  
             
   
TOTAL  
$1,451,741   $37,698,661   $13,952,438   $53,102,840  
   
F.T.E.  
      484.7  
             
SECTION 11. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION        
(1)   General Operations          
   
Personal Services  
$499,452   $10,826,259   $56,488,425   $67,814,136  
   
Operating Expenses  
$25,502   $31,495,618   $93,217,400   $124,738,520  
             
   
Total  
$524,954   $42,321,877   $149,705,825   $192,552,656  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,026.3  
             
(2)   Construction Contracts--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $347,068,873   $76,094,285   $423,163,158  
             
   
Total  
$0   $347,068,873   $76,094,285   $423,163,158  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, TRANSPORTATION        
   
Personal Services  
$499,452   $10,826,259   $56,488,425   $67,814,136  
   
Operating Expenses  
$25,502   $378,564,491   $169,311,685   $547,901,678  
             
   
Total  
$524,954   $389,390,750   $225,800,110   $615,715,814  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,026.3  
             
SECTION 12. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Education        
   
Personal Services  
$1,538,769   $1,296,332   $73,187   $2,908,288  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,036,940   $7,604,162   $135,865   $8,776,967  
             
   
Total  
$2,575,709   $8,900,494   $209,052   $11,685,255  
   
F.T.E.  
      40.0  
             
(2)   Workforce Education Fund--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $2,100,000   $2,100,000  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $2,100,000   $2,100,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   State Aid to General Education          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$347,719,770   $0   $0   $347,719,770  
             
   
Total  
$347,719,770   $0   $0   $347,719,770  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   State Aid to Special Education          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$54,883,378   $0   $0   $54,883,378  
             
   
Total  
$54,883,378   $0   $0   $54,883,378  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(5)   Sparsity Payments          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,900,032   $0   $0   $1,900,032  
             
   
Total  
$1,900,032   $0   $0   $1,900,032  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(6)   Technology in Schools          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$9,312,086   $0   $1,804,346   $11,116,432  
             
   
Total  
$9,312,086   $0   $1,804,346   $11,116,432  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(7)   Postsecondary Vocational Education        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$22,275,039   $0   $100,000   $22,375,039  
             
   
Total  
$22,275,039   $0   $100,000   $22,375,039  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(8)   Postsecondary Voc Ed Tuition Assistance        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$915,920   $0   $0   $915,920  
             
   
Total  
$915,920   $0   $0   $915,920  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(9)   Education Resources          
   
Personal Services  
$1,638,634   $2,978,164   $295,368   $4,912,166  
   
Operating Expenses  
$5,219,809   $176,533,106   $1,537,914   $183,290,829  
             
   
Total  
$6,858,443   $179,511,270   $1,833,282   $188,202,995  
   
F.T.E.  
      71.5  
             
(10)   State Library          
   
Personal Services  
$1,240,908   $334,292   $0   $1,575,200  
   
Operating Expenses  
$597,856   $881,641   $186,083   $1,665,580  
             
   
Total  
$1,838,764   $1,215,933   $186,083   $3,240,780  
   
F.T.E.  
      27.5  
             
(11)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, EDUCATION        
   
Personal Services  
$4,418,311   $4,608,788   $368,555   $9,395,654  
   
Operating Expenses  
$443,860,830   $185,018,909   $5,864,208   $634,743,947  
             
   
Total  
$448,279,141   $189,627,697   $6,232,763   $644,139,601  
   
F.T.E.  
      139.0  
             
SECTION 13. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY        
(1)   Administration, Secretary of Public Safety        
   
Personal Services  
$120,162   $141,657   $581,242   $843,061  
   
Operating Expenses  
$13,563   $0   $131,036   $144,599  
             
   
Total  
$133,725   $141,657   $712,278   $987,660  
   
F.T.E.  
      8.5  
             
(2)   Highway Patrol          
   
Personal Services  
$886,236   $1,525,864   $16,111,215   $18,523,315  
   
Operating Expenses  
$466,742   $6,277,052   $6,758,947   $13,502,741  
             
   
Total  
$1,352,978   $7,802,916   $22,870,162   $32,026,056  
   
F.T.E.  
      278.0  
             
(3)   Emergency Services & Homeland Security        
   
Personal Services  
$1,229,424   $1,399,152   $108,125   $2,736,701  
   
Operating Expenses  
$430,475   $13,615,790   $236,185   $14,282,450  
             
   
Total  
$1,659,899   $15,014,942   $344,310   $17,019,151  
   
F.T.E.  
      36.0  
             
(4)   Legal and Regulatory Services        
   
Personal Services  
$65,564   $0   $4,730,197   $4,795,761  
   
Operating Expenses  
$652,468   $95,619   $2,997,594   $3,745,681  
             
   
Total  
$718,032   $95,619   $7,727,791   $8,541,442  
   
F.T.E.  
      95.5  
             
(5)   911 Coordination Board--Informational        
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $108,028   $108,028  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $4,794,883   $4,794,883  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $4,902,911   $4,902,911  
   
F.T.E.  
      1.0  
             
(6)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, PUBLIC SAFETY        
   
Personal Services  
$2,301,386   $3,066,673   $21,638,807   $27,006,866  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,563,248   $19,988,461   $14,918,645   $36,470,354  
             
   
Total  
$3,864,634   $23,055,134   $36,557,452   $63,477,220  
   
F.T.E.  
      419.0  
             
SECTION 14. BOARD OF REGENTS          
(1)   Regents Central Office          
   
Personal Services  
$4,286,083   $54,258   $2,075,764   $6,416,105  
   
Operating Expenses  
$11,028,756   $574,450   $43,407,158   $55,010,364  
             
   
Total  
$15,314,839   $628,708   $45,482,922   $61,426,469  
   
F.T.E.  
      75.3  
             
(2)   Research Pool          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,000,000   $0   $0   $1,000,000  
             
   
Total  
$1,000,000   $0   $0   $1,000,000  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(3)   South Dakota Scholarships          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $0   $0  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,964,900   $0   $0   $4,964,900  
             
   
Total  
$4,964,900   $0   $0   $4,964,900  
   
F.T.E.  
      0.0  
             
(4)   University of South Dakota Proper        
   
Personal Services  
$31,743,616   $6,655,725   $47,246,950   $85,646,291  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,710,804   $8,637,986   $43,189,690   $55,538,480  
             
   
Total  
$35,454,420   $15,293,711   $90,436,640   $141,184,771  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,096.2  
             
(5)   University of South Dakota School of Medicine        
   
Personal Services  
$18,414,186   $4,772,108   $9,005,537   $32,191,831  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,318,757   $12,502,418   $9,817,729   $25,638,904  
             
   
Total  
$21,732,943   $17,274,526   $18,823,266   $57,830,735  
   
F.T.E.  
      321.5  
             
(6)   South Dakota State University Proper        
   
Personal Services  
$39,618,763   $8,352,617   $79,348,738   $127,320,118  
   
Operating Expenses  
$5,894,977   $41,109,691   $80,515,921   $127,520,589  
             
   
Total  
$45,513,740   $49,462,308   $159,864,659   $254,840,707  
   
F.T.E.  
      1,617.7  
             
(7)   SDSU Extension          
   
Personal Services  
$7,989,207   $3,697,349   $1,044,452   $12,731,008  
   
Operating Expenses  
$329,154   $4,927,508   $1,136,053   $6,392,715  
             
   
Total  
$8,318,361   $8,624,857   $2,180,505   $19,123,723  
   
F.T.E.  
      200.4  
             
(8)   Agricultural Experiment Station          
   
Personal Services  
$11,101,329   $5,616,021   $4,469,823   $21,187,173  
   
Operating Expenses  
$627,155   $11,960,134   $10,751,541   $23,338,830  
             
   
Total  
$11,728,484   $17,576,155   $15,221,364   $44,526,003  
   
F.T.E.  
      284.5  
             
(9)   South Dakota School of Mines and Technology        
   
Personal Services  
$15,200,412   $3,604,100   $19,799,387   $38,603,899  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,275,217   $32,458,296   $21,489,176   $55,222,689  
             
   
Total  
$16,475,629   $36,062,396   $41,288,563   $93,826,588  
   
F.T.E.  
      433.4  
             
(10)   Northern State University          
   
Personal Services  
$11,900,301   $1,190,796   $12,359,474   $25,450,571  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,298,826   $1,589,651   $11,438,720   $14,327,197  
             
   
Total  
$13,199,127   $2,780,447   $23,798,194   $39,777,768  
   
F.T.E.  
      351.0  
             
(11)   Black Hills State University          
   
Personal Services  
$8,236,562   $1,804,118   $19,858,916   $29,899,596  
   
Operating Expenses  
$749,854   $6,073,936   $13,045,093   $19,868,883  
             
   
Total  
$8,986,416   $7,878,054   $32,904,009   $49,768,479  
   
F.T.E.  
      418.5  
             
(12)   Dakota State University          
   
Personal Services  
$8,518,119   $453,497   $12,850,070   $21,821,686  
   
Operating Expenses  
$681,299   $5,067,407   $10,093,796   $15,842,502  
             
   
Total  
$9,199,418   $5,520,904   $22,943,866   $37,664,188  
   
F.T.E.  
      288.8  
             
(13)   South Dakota School for the Deaf          
   
Personal Services  
$1,584,773   $0   $0   $1,584,773  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,177,292   $0   $667,241   $1,844,533  
             
   
Total  
$2,762,065   $0   $667,241   $3,429,306  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.5  
             
(14)   South Dakota School for the Blind and Visually Impaired        
   
Personal Services  
$2,575,757   $104,625   $192,000   $2,872,382  
   
Operating Expenses  
$269,223   $37,683   $345,165   $652,071  
             
   
Total  
$2,844,980   $142,308   $537,165   $3,524,453  
   
F.T.E.  
      52.6  
             
(15)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, BOARD OF REGENTS        
   
Personal Services  
$161,169,108   $36,305,214   $208,251,111   $405,725,433  
   
Operating Expenses  
$36,326,214   $124,939,160   $245,897,283   $407,162,657  
             
   
Total  
$197,495,322   $161,244,374   $454,148,394   $812,888,090  
   
F.T.E.  
      5,162.4  
             
SECTION 15. DEPARTMENT OF THE MILITARY        
(1)   Adjutant General          
   
Personal Services  
$404,187   $0   $18,523   $422,710  
   
Operating Expenses  
$515,306   $10,306   $10,021   $535,633  
             
   
Total  
$919,493   $10,306   $28,544   $958,343  
   
F.T.E.  
      5.3  
             
(2)   Army Guard          
   
Personal Services  
$343,808   $2,429,059   $0   $2,772,867  
   
Operating Expenses  
$2,327,269   $11,380,108   $58   $13,707,435  
             
   
Total  
$2,671,077   $13,809,167   $58   $16,480,302  
   
F.T.E.  
      52.1  
             
(3)   Air Guard          
   
Personal Services  
$189,950   $2,612,700   $0   $2,802,650  
   
Operating Expenses  
$234,228   $2,676,989   $0   $2,911,217  
             
   
Total  
$424,178   $5,289,689   $0   $5,713,867  
   
F.T.E.  
      47.0  
             
(4)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, MILITARY        
   
Personal Services  
$937,945   $5,041,759   $18,523   $5,998,227  
   
Operating Expenses  
$3,076,803   $14,067,403   $10,079   $17,154,285  
             
   
Total  
$4,014,748   $19,109,162   $28,602   $23,152,512  
   
F.T.E.  
      104.4  
             
SECTION 16. DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS        
(1)   Veterans' Benefits and Services          
   
Personal Services  
$1,047,507   $219,503   $0   $1,267,010  
   
Operating Expenses  
$371,194   $46,050   $106,000   $523,244  
             
   
Total  
$1,418,701   $265,553   $106,000   $1,790,254  
   
F.T.E.  
      20.0  
             
(2)   State Veterans' Home          
   
Personal Services  
$988,609   $1,054,825   $2,606,105   $4,649,539  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $3,276,140   $3,276,140  
             
   
Total  
$988,609   $1,054,825   $5,882,245   $7,925,679  
   
F.T.E.  
      85.7  
             
(3)   DEPARTMENT TOTAL, VETERANS' AFFAIRS        
   
Personal Services  
$2,036,116   $1,274,328   $2,606,105   $5,916,549  
   
Operating Expenses  
$371,194   $46,050   $3,382,140   $3,799,384  
             
   
Total  
$2,407,310   $1,320,378   $5,988,245   $9,715,933  
   
F.T.E.  
      105.7  
             
SECTION 17. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS        
(1)   Administration, Central Office          
   
Personal Services  
$1,585,360   $96,969   $0   $1,682,329  
   
Operating Expenses  
$439,647   $864,416   $333,781   $1,637,844  
             
   
Total  
$2,025,007   $961,385   $333,781   $3,320,173  
   
F.T.E.  
      22.0  
             
(2)   Mike Durfee State Prison          
   
Personal Services  
$10,624,464   $43,200   $852,530   $11,520,194  
   
Operating Expenses  
$5,237,031   $75,880   $537,097   $5,850,008  
             
   
Total  
$15,861,495   $119,080   $1,389,627   $17,370,202  
   
F.T.E.  
      210.0  
             
(3)   State Penitentiary          
   
Personal Services  
$16,135,462   $114,406   $327,691   $16,577,559  
   
Operating Expenses  
$4,509,313   $481,397   $924,415   $5,915,125  
             
   
Total  
$20,644,775   $595,803   $1,252,106   $22,492,684  
   
F.T.E.  
      310.0  
             
(4)   Women's Prison          
   
Personal Services  
$3,654,766   $56,268   $52,570   $3,763,604  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,302,782   $21,020   $263,480   $1,587,282  
             
   
Total  
$4,957,548   $77,288   $316,050   $5,350,886  
   
F.T.E.  
      70.0  
             
(5)   Pheasantland Industries          
   
Personal Services  
$0   $0   $894,467   $894,467  
   
Operating Expenses  
$0   $0   $5,152,927   $5,152,927  
             
   
Total  
$0   $0   $6,047,394   $6,047,394  
   
F.T.E.  
      14.0  
             
(6)   Inmate Services          
   
Personal Services  
$956,860   $76,081   $661,643   $1,694,584  
   
Operating Expenses  
$21,087,342   $51,670   $950,261   $22,089,273  
             
   
Total  
$22,044,202   $127,751   $1,611,904   $23,783,857  
   
F.T.E.  
      24.0  
             
(7)   Parole Services          
   
Personal Services  
$3,010,374   $0   $242,154   $3,252,528  
   
Operating Expenses  
$1,195,282   $0   $747,983   $1,943,265  
             
   
Total  
$4,205,656   $0   $990,137   $5,195,793  
   
F.T.E.  
      55.0  
             
(8)   Juvenile Community Corrections          
   
Personal Services  
$2,807,665   $0   $0   $2,807,665  
   
Operating Expenses  
$12,776,370   $5,820,233   $567,369   $19,163,972  
             
   
Total  
$15,584,035   $5,820,233   $567,369   $21,971,637  
   
F.T.E.  
      47.5  
             
(9)   Youth Challenge Center          
   
Personal Services  
$1,343,955   $0   $0   $1,343,955  
   
Operating Expenses  
$112,026   $0   $14,942   $126,968  
             
   
Total  
$1,455,981   $0   $14,942   $1,470,923  
   
F.T.E.  
      25.0