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Volume 40 - Issue 19A - May 17, 2021

(Published in the Kansas Register May 17, 2021.)

House Bill No. 2007

An Act making and concerning appropriations for fiscal years ending June 30, 2021, June 30, 2022, June 30, 2023, and June 30, 2024, for state agencies; authorizing certain transfers, capital improvement projects and fees, imposing certain restrictions and limitations, and directing or authorizing certain receipts, disbursements, procedures and acts incidental to the foregoing; amending K.S.A. 75-4209, 75-6702 and 75-6706 and K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 2-223, 12-1775a, 12-5256, 55-193, 65-180, 72-5462, 74-50,107, 74-99b34, 75-2263, 75-6707, 76-775, 76-7,107, 79-2959, 79-2964, 79-3425i, 79-34,171, 79-4804 and 82a-953a and repealing the existing sections.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Kansas:

Section 1. (a) For the fiscal years ending June 30, 2021, June 30, 2022, June 30, 2023, and June 30, 2024, appropriations are hereby made, restrictions and limitations are hereby imposed, and transfers, capital improvement projects, fees, receipts, disbursements and acts incidental to the foregoing are hereby directed or authorized as provided in this act.

(b) The agencies named in this act are hereby authorized to initiate and complete the capital improvement projects specified and authorized by this act or for which appropriations are made by this act, subject to the restrictions and limitations imposed by this act.

(c) This act shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-6702(a), and amendments thereto.

(d) The appropriations made by this act shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 46-155, and amendments thereto.

Sec. 2.

ABSTRACTERS’ BOARD OF EXAMINERS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Abstracters’ fee fund (016-00-2700-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $25,716
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $25,717

Sec. 3.

BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Board of accountancy fee fund (028-00-2701-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $440,976

Provided, That expenditures from the board of accountancy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,200.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $443,348

Provided, That expenditures from the board of accountancy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,200.

    Special litigation reserve fund (028-00-2715-2700)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the executive director of the board of accountancy, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the board of accountancy fee fund (028-00-2701-0100) to the special litigation reserve fund (028-00-2715-2700) of the board of accountancy: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, shall not exceed $15,000: Provided further, That the executive director of the board of accountancy shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, the executive director of the board of accountancy, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the board of accountancy fee fund (028-00-2701-0100) to the special litigation reserve fund (028-00-2715-2700) of the board of accountancy: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, shall not exceed $15,000: Provided further, That the executive director of the board of accountancy shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

Sec. 4.

STATE BANK COMMISSIONER

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 3(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the bank commissioner fee fund (094-00-2811) of the state bank commissioner is hereby decreased from $11,762,186 to $10,966,248.

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-3005 or 75-3223, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2021 as authorized by chapter 68 of the 2019 Session Laws of Kansas, chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to provide per diem compensation of $100 for members of the state banking board attending meetings of such board, or attending a subcommittee meeting thereof authorized by such board, in fiscal year 2021.

Sec. 5.

STATE BANK COMMISSIONER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Bank commissioner fee fund (094-00-2811)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $11,304,273

Provided, That expenditures from the bank commissioner fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality for the division of consumer and mortgage lending shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That expenditures from the bank commissioner fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality for the division of banking shall not exceed $1,000.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $11,649,189

Provided, That expenditures from the bank commissioner fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality for the division of consumer and mortgage lending shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That expenditures from the bank commissioner fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality for the division of banking shall not exceed $1,000.

    Bank examination and investigation fund (094-00-2013-1010)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Consumer education settlement fund (094-00-2560-2500)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the consumer education settlement fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for consumer education purposes, which may be in accordance with contracts for such activities, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the state bank commissioner or the deputy commissioner of the consumer and mortgage lending division, as the case may require, and the entities conducting such activities.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the consumer education settlement fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for consumer education purposes, which may be in accordance with contracts for such activities, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the state bank commissioner or the deputy commissioner of the consumer and mortgage lending division, as the case may require, and the entities conducting such activities.

    Litigation expense fund (094-00-2499-2499)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from the litigation expense fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for costs, fees, and expenses associated with administrative or judicial proceedings regarding the enforcement of laws administered by the consumer and mortgage lending division and the enforcement and collection of assessed fines, fees and consumer refunds: Provided further, That, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, a portion of the moneys collected as a result of fines and investigative fees collected by the consumer and mortgage lending division, as determined by the deputy of the consumer and mortgage lending division, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the litigation expense fund.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That the above agency is authorized to make expenditures from the litigation expense fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for costs, fees, and expenses associated with administrative or judicial proceedings regarding the enforcement of laws administered by the consumer and mortgage lending division and the enforcement and collection of assessed fines, fees and consumer refunds: Provided further, That, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, a portion of the moneys collected as a result of fines and investigative fees collected by the consumer and mortgage lending division, as determined by the deputy of the consumer and mortgage lending division, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the litigation expense fund.

(b) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 9-2209, 9-2218, 16a-2-302 and 16a-6-104, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, all moneys received under the Kansas mortgage business act or the uniform consumer credit code for fines or settlement moneys designated for consumer education shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the consumer education settlement fund (094-00-2560-2500).

Sec. 6.

KANSAS BOARD OF BARBERING

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 5(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the board of barbering fee fund (100-00-2704-0100) of the Kansas board of barbering is hereby increased from $141,042 to $156,873.

Sec. 7.

KANSAS BOARD OF BARBERING

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Board of barbering fee fund (100-00-2704-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $158,683

Provided, That expenditures from the board of barbering fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $159,162

Provided, That expenditures from the board of barbering fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

Sec. 8.

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES REGULATORY BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund (102-00-2730-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $959,145

Provided, That expenditures from the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That all expenditures from the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for disciplinary hearings shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $968,062

Provided, That expenditures from the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That all expenditures from the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for disciplinary hearings shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the behavioral sciences regulatory board fee fund for fiscal year 2023.

    Coronavirus relief fund (102-00-3753)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Sec. 9.

STATE BOARD OF HEALING ARTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Healing arts fee fund (105-00-2705-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $6,478,748

Provided, That expenditures from the healing arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That all expenditures from the healing arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for disciplinary hearings shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the healing arts fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $6,852,656

Provided, That expenditures from the healing arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That all expenditures from the healing arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for disciplinary hearings shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the healing arts fee fund for fiscal year 2023.

    Medical records maintenance trust fund (105-00-7206-7200)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $35,000
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $35,000

Sec. 10.

KANSAS STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 8(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the cosmetology fee fund (149-00-2706-0100) of the Kansas state board of cosmetology is hereby decreased from $1,164,966 to $1,151,641.

Sec. 11.

KANSAS STATE BOARD OF COSMETOLOGY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Cosmetology fee fund (149-00-2706-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $1,162,205

Provided, That expenditures from the cosmetology fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $1,169,064

Provided, That expenditures from the cosmetology fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

Sec. 12.

STATE DEPARTMENT OF CREDIT UNIONS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 10(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the credit union fee fund (159-00-2026-0100) of the state department of credit unions is hereby decreased from $1,284,202 to $1,265,581.

Sec. 13.

STATE DEPARTMENT OF CREDIT UNIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Credit union fee fund (159-00-2026-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $1,274,367

Provided, That expenditures from the credit union fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $300.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $1,274,454

Provided, That expenditures from the credit union fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $300.

Sec. 14.

KANSAS DENTAL BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Dental board fee fund (167-00-2708-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $418,500

Provided, That expenditures from the dental board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $750.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $417,000

Provided, That expenditures from the dental board fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $750.

    Special litigation reserve fund (167-00-2749-2000)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

Sec. 15.

STATE BOARD OF MORTUARY ARTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Mortuary arts fee fund (204-00-2709-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $304,038

Provided, That expenditures from the mortuary arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $308,394

Provided, That expenditures from the mortuary arts fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

Sec. 16.

KANSAS BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN FITTING AND
DISPENSING OF HEARING INSTRUMENTS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 22(a) of chapter 68 of the 2019 Session Laws of Kansas on the hearing instrument board fee fund (266-00-2712-9900) of the Kansas board of examiners in fitting and dispensing of hearing instruments is hereby increased from $26,907 to $41,907.

Sec. 17.

KANSAS BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN FITTING AND
DISPENSING OF HEARING INSTRUMENTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Hearing instrument board fee fund (266-00-2712-9900)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $32,188
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $32,370
  • Hearing instrument litigation fund (266-00-2136-2136)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the hearing instrument litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the hearing instrument litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency

Sec. 18.

BOARD OF NURSING

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Board of nursing fee fund (482-00-2716-0200)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $3,037,107

Provided, That expenditures from the board of nursing fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $2,882,559

Provided, That expenditures from the board of nursing fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

    Gifts and grants fund (482-00-7346-4000)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Education conference fund (482-00-2209-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Criminal background and fingerprinting fund (482-00-2745-2700)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Sec. 19.

BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN OPTOMETRY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Optometry fee fund (488-00-2717-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $169,599

Provided, That expenditures from the optometry fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $600.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $172,118

Provided, That expenditures from the optometry fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $600.

    Optometry litigation fund (488-00-2547-2547)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the optometry litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the optometry litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

    Criminal history fingerprinting fund (488-00-2565-2565)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (488-00-3753)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Sec. 20.

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 14(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) of the state board of pharmacy is hereby decreased from $2,472,475 to $2,052,375.

Sec. 21.

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    State board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $2,565,656

Provided, That expenditures from the state board of pharmacy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $3,335,613

Provided, That expenditures from the state board of pharmacy fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

    State board of pharmacy litigation fund (531-00-2733-2700)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the state board of pharmacy litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the state board of pharmacy litigation fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

    Non-federal gifts and grants fund (531-00-7018-7000)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That the state board of pharmacy is hereby authorized to apply for and to accept grants and may accept donations, bequests or gifts during fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That the board shall remit all moneys received under this proviso to the state treasurer in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto: Provided further, That, upon receipt of each such remittance, the state treasurer shall deposit the entire amount in the state treasury to the credit of the non-federal gifts and grants fund: And provided further, That all expenditures from the non-federal gifts and grants fund for fiscal year 2022 shall be made in accordance with appropriation acts upon warrants of the director of accounts and reports issued pursuant to vouchers approved by the president of the state board of pharmacy or a person designated by the president.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That the state board of pharmacy is hereby authorized to apply for and to accept grants and may accept donations, bequests or gifts during fiscal year 2023: Provided, however, That the board shall remit all moneys received under this proviso to the state treasurer in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto: Provided further, That, upon receipt of each such remittance, the state treasurer shall deposit the entire amount in the state treasury to the credit of the non-federal gifts and grants fund: And provided further, That all expenditures from the non-federal gifts and grants fund for fiscal year 2023 shall be made in accordance with appropriation acts upon warrants of the director of accounts and reports issued pursuant to vouchers approved by the president of the state board of pharmacy or a person designated by the president.

    Prescription drug overdose data-driven prevention initiative – federal fund (531-00-3294-3294)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Harold Rogers prescription fund (531-00-3188-3110)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Public health crisis response fund
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) to the state board of pharmacy litigation fund (531-00-2733-2700) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, shall not exceed $50,000: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) to the state board of pharmacy litigation fund (531-00-2733-2700) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, shall not exceed $50,000: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

(d) On July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys expended for operation and maintenance of the prescription monitoring program established by K.S.A. 65-1681, and amendments thereto, that is attributable to licensees of the state board of healing arts: Provided, That upon receipt of each such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the healing arts fee fund (105-00-2705-0100) of the state board of healing arts to the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget, the director of legislative research and the executive director of the state board of healing arts: Provided, however, That the aggregate amount of such transfers during fiscal year 2022 shall not exceed $75,000.

(e) On July 1, 2022, October 1, 2022, January 1, 2023, and April 1, 2023, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys expended for operation and maintenance of the prescription monitoring program established by K.S.A. 65-1681, and amendments thereto, that is attributable to licensees of the state board of healing arts: Provided, That upon receipt of each such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the healing arts fee fund (105-00-2705-0100) of the state board of healing arts to the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget, the director of legislative research and the executive director of the state board of healing arts: Provided, however, That the aggregate amount of such transfers during fiscal year 2023 shall not exceed $75,000.

(f) On July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys expended for operation and maintenance of the prescription monitoring program established by K.S.A. 65-1681, and amendments thereto, that is attributable to licensees of the board of nursing: Provided, That upon receipt of each such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the board of nursing fee fund (482-00-2716-0200) of the board of nursing to the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget, the director of legislative research and the executive administrator of the board of nursing: Provided, however, That the aggregate amount of such transfers during fiscal year 2022 shall not exceed $70,000.

(g) On July 1, 2022, October 1, 2022, January 1, 2023, and April 1, 2023, the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys expended for operation and maintenance of the prescription monitoring program established by K.S.A. 65-1681, and amendments thereto, that is attributable to licensees of the board of nursing: Provided, That upon receipt of each such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the board of nursing fee fund (482-00-2716-0200) of the board of nursing to the state board of pharmacy fee fund (531-00-2718-0100) of the state board of pharmacy: Provided further, That the executive secretary of the state board of pharmacy shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget, the director of legislative research and the executive administrator of the board of nursing: Provided, however, That the aggregate amount of such transfers during fiscal year 2023 shall not exceed $70,000.

Sec. 22.

REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Appraiser fee fund (543-00-2732-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $340,802

Provided, That expenditures from the appraiser fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $344,867

Provided, That expenditures from the appraiser fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

    Federal registry clearing fund (543-00-7752-7000)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • AMC federal registry clearing fund (543-00-7755-7755)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Special litigation reserve fund (543-00-2698-2698)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

(b) During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023, the executive director of the real estate appraisal board, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the appraiser fee fund (543-00-2732-0100) of the real estate appraisal board to the special litigation reserve fund (543-00-2698-2698) of the real estate appraisal board: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, shall not exceed $20,000: Provided further, That the executive director of the real estate appraisal board shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

Sec. 23.

KANSAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Real estate fee fund (549-00-2721-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $1,175,955

Provided, That expenditures from the real estate fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $1,190,738

Provided, That expenditures from the real estate fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

    Real estate recovery revolving fund (549-00-7368-4200)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Background investigation fee fund (549-00-2722-2700)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit
  • Special litigation reserve fund (663-00-2739-0200)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and June 30, 2023, the executive director of the Kansas real estate commission, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys from the real estate fee fund (549-00-2721-0100) to the special litigation reserve fund of the Kansas real estate commission: Provided, That the aggregate of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, shall not exceed $20,000: Provided further, That the executive director of the Kansas real estate commission shall certify each such transfer of moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

Sec. 24.

STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL PROFESSIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Technical professions fee fund (663-00-2729-0100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $786,172

Provided, That expenditures from the technical professions fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $792,091

Provided, That expenditures from the technical professions fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

    Special litigation reserve fund (663-00-2739-0200)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Provided, That no expenditures shall be made from the special litigation reserve fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, except upon the approval of the director of the budget acting after ascertaining that: (1) Unforeseeable occurrence or unascertainable effects of a foreseeable occurrence characterize the need for the requested expenditure, and delay until the next legislative session on the requested action would be contrary to clause (3) of this proviso; (2) the requested expenditure is not one that was rejected in the next preceding session of the legislature and is not contrary to known legislative policy; and (3) the requested action will assist the above agency in attaining an objective or goal that bears a valid relationship to powers and functions of the above agency.

Sec. 25.

STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 20(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the veterinary examiners fee fund (700-00-2727-1100) of the state board of veterinary examiners is hereby decreased from $355,328 to $337,491.

Sec. 26.

STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY EXAMINERS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Veterinary examiners fee fund (700-00-2727-1100)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $335,971

Provided, That expenditures from the veterinary examiners fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $700.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $336,109

Provided, That expenditures from the veterinary examiners fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, for official hospitality shall not exceed $700.

Sec. 27.

GOVERNMENTAL ETHICS COMMISSION

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 22(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the governmental ethics commission fee fund (247-00-2188-2000) of the governmental ethics commission is hereby increased from $264,197 to $270,369.

Sec. 28.

GOVERNMENTAL ETHICS COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year or years specified, the following:

    Operating expenditures (247-00-1000-0103)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 $450,388

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 $450,388

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2022, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2023.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year or years specified all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

    Governmental ethics commission fee fund (247-00-2188-2000)
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022 No limit
  • For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 No limit

Sec. 29.

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the unencumbered balance from the state general fund in the coronavirus response account (422-00-1000-0200), the sum of $16,678,708 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,380,604 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 24(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the legislative research department – operations account (425-00-1000-0103), the sum of $167,153 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,121,467 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 24(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the office of revisor of statutes – operations account (579-00-1000-0103), the sum of $384,071 is hereby lapsed.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3765a, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the legislative coordinating council – operations account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2021 for the designation and identification of room 221-E of the state capitol building as a meditation room.

Sec. 30.

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Legislative coordinating council – operations (422-00-1000-0100) $757,225

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the legislative coordinating council – operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3765a, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the legislative coordinating council – operations account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 for the designation and identification of room 221-E of the state capitol building as a meditation room.

  • Legislative research department – operations (425-00-1000-0103) $4,546,798

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the legislative research department – operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Office of revisor of statutes – operations (579-00-1000-0103) $4,241,111

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the office of revisor of statutes – operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Legislative research department special revenue fund (425-00-2111-2000) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding any other provision of law, this or other appropriation act, no expenditure shall be made from and no obligation shall be incurred against any federal grant or other federal receipt of moneys from the federal government received by the state of Kansas for aid for conronavirus relief until the legislative coordinating council has authorized the requesting state agency to make expenditures therefrom in accordance with this subsection: Provided, That the legislative budget committee shall meet and review each such request and shall report such committee’s recommendation to the legislative coordinating council: Provided further, That, after receiving recommendations from the legislative budget committee, expenditures may be authorized by the legislative coordinating council: And provided further, That such requests may be approved by the members of the legislative coordinating council, as provided in K.S.A. 46-1202, and amendments thereto, acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation, except that such disbursements and expenditures may also be approved while the legislature is in session: And provided further, That the legislative coordinating council is hereby authorized to approve the requests for such purposes: And provided further, That upon receipt of such approval by the legislative coordinating council, the requesting state agency is authorized to expend all approved moneys lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.

Sec. 31.

LEGISLATIVE COORDINATING COUNCIL

(a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3765a, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the legislative coordinating council – operations account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2023 for the designation and identification of room 221-E of the state capitol building as a meditation room.

Sec. 32.

LEGISLATURE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operations (including official hospitality) (428-00-1000-0103) $17,911,128

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account, pursuant to vouchers approved by the chairperson or vice-chairperson of the legislative coordinating council, to pay compensation and travel expenses and subsistence expenses or allowances as authorized by K.S.A. 75-3212, and amendments thereto, for members and associate members of the advisory committee to the Kansas commission on interstate cooperation established under K.S.A. 46-407a, and amendments thereto, for attendance at meetings of the advisory committee that are authorized by the legislative coordinating council, except that: (1) The legislative coordinating council may establish restrictions or limitations, or both, on travel expenses, subsistence expenses or allowances, or any combination thereof, paid to members and associate members of such advisory committee; and (2) any person who is an associate member of such advisory committee, by reason of such person having been accredited by the national conference of commissioners on uniform state laws as a life member of that organization, shall receive the same travel expenses and subsistence expenses for attendance at meetings of the advisory committee as a regular member, but shall receive no per diem compensation: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for services, facilities and supplies provided for legislators in addition to those provided under the approved budget and for related copying, facsimile transmission and other services provided to persons other than legislators, in accordance with policies and any restrictions or limitations prescribed by the legislative coordinating council: And provided further, That no expenditures shall be made from this account for any meeting of any joint committee, or of any subcommittee of any joint committee, chargeable to fiscal year 2022 unless such meeting is approved by the legislative coordinating council: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 45-116, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this account for the printing and distribution of copies of the permanent journals of the senate or house of representatives to each member of the legislature during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwihstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-138, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this account for the printing and distribution of complete sets of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature in excess of one complete set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member at the commencement of the member’s first term as legislator during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-138, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this account for the legislator’s name to be printed on one complete set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-165, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this account for the printing and delivering of a set of the cumulative supplements of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature in excess of one cumulative supplement set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-1005, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from this account to reimburse members of the legislature for expenses incurred in printing correspondence with constituents: And provided further, That no expenses shall be reimbursed unless a legislator has first obtained approval for such printing by the director of legislative administrative services: And provided further, That such reimbursements shall only be issued after a legislator provides written receipts showing such expense to the director of legislative administrative services: And provided further, That the maximum amount reimbursed to any legislator shall be equal to or less than the maximum amount allotted to any legislator for constituent correspondence pursuant to policies adopted by the legislative coordinating council.

  • Legislative information system (428-00-1000-0300) $5,829,366

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the legislative Information system account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Legislative special revenue fund (428-00-2260-2200) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the legislative special revenue fund, pursuant to vouchers approved by the chairperson or the vice-chairperson of the legislative coordinating council, to pay compensation and travel expenses and subsistence expenses or allowances as authorized by K.S.A. 75-3212, and amendments thereto, for members and associate members of the advisory committee to the Kansas commission on interstate cooperation established under K.S.A. 46-407a, and amendments thereto, for attendance at meetings of the advisory committee which are authorized by the legislative coordinating council, except that: (1) The legislative coordinating council may establish restrictions or limitations, or both, on travel expenses, subsistence expenses or allowances, or any combination thereof, paid to members and associate members of such advisory committee; and (2) any person who is an associate member of such advisory committee, by reason of such person having been accredited by the national conference of commissioners on uniform state laws as a life member of that organization, shall receive the same travel expenses and subsistence expenses for attendance at meetings of the advisory committee as a regular member, but shall receive no per diem compensation: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for services, facilities and supplies provided for legislators in addition to those provided under the approved budget and for related copying, facsimile transmission and other services provided to persons other than legislators, in accordance with policies and any restrictions or limitations prescribed by the legislative coordinating council: And provided further, That amounts are hereby authorized to be collected for such services, facilities and supplies in accordance with policies of the council: And provided further, That such amounts shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred for providing such services, facilities and supplies and shall be consistent with policies and fees established in accordance with K.S.A. 46-1207a, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That all such amounts received shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the legislative special revenue fund: And provided further, That all donations, gifts or bequests of money for the legislative branch of government which are received and accepted by the legislative coordinating council shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to an account of the legislative special revenue fund: And provided further, That no expenditures shall be made from this fund for any meeting of any joint committee, or of any subcommittee of any joint committee, during fiscal year 2022 unless such meeting is approved by the legislative coordinating council: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 45-116, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this fund for the printing and distribution of copies of the permanent journals of the senate or house of representatives to each member of the legislature during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-138, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this fund for the printing and distribution of complete sets of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature in excess of one complete set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member at the commencement of the member’s first term as legislator during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-138, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this fund for the legislator’s name to be printed on one complete set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 77-165, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, no expenditures shall be made from this fund for the printing and delivering of a set of the cumulative supplements of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature in excess of one cumulative supplement set of the Kansas Statutes Annotated to each member of the legislature during fiscal year 2022.

  • Capitol restoration – gifts and donations fund (428-00-7348-7000) No limit

(c) As used in this section, “joint committee” includes the joint committee on administrative rules and regulations, health care stabilization fund oversight committee, joint committee on special claims against the state, legislative budget committee, joint committee on state building construction, joint committee on information technology, joint committee on pensions, investments and benefits, joint committee on state-tribal relations, confirmation oversight committee, joint committee on corrections and juvenile justice oversight, compensation commission, joint committee on Kansas security, Robert G. (Bob) Bethell joint committee on home and community based services and KanCare oversight, capitol restoration commission, capitol preservation committee and any other committee, commission or other body for which expenditures are to be paid from moneys appropriated for the legislature for the expenses of any meeting of any such body or for the expenses of any member thereof.

Sec. 33.

DIVISION OF POST AUDIT

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $3,099,254 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 27(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operations (including legislative post audit committee) account (540-00-1000-0100), the sum of $24,889 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 34.

DIVISION OF POST AUDIT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operations (including legislative post audit committee) (540-00-1000-0100) $3,356,162

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations (including legislative post audit committee) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 35.

GOVERNOR’S DEPARTMENT

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,753,099 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 28(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the governor’s department account (252-00-1000-0503), the sum of $18,883 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 36.

GOVERNOR’S DEPARTMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Governor’s department (252-00-1000-0503) $2,758,480

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the governor’s department account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for official hospitality and contingencies without limitation at the discretion of the governor.

  • Domestic violence prevention grants (252-00-1000-0600) $4,639,941

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the domestic violence prevention grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the domestic violence prevention grants account for official hospitality and contingencies without limitation at the discretion of the governor.

  • Child advocacy centers (252-00-1000-0610) $804,948

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the child advocacy centers account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the child advocacy centers account for official hospitality and contingencies without limitation at the discretion of the governor.

(b) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for travel expenses of the governor’s spouse when accompanying the governor or when representing the governor on official state business, for travel and subsistence expenditures for security personnel when traveling with the governor and for entertainment of officials and other persons as guests from the amount appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by subsection (a) from the state general fund in the governor’s department account (252-00-1000-0503).

(c) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for travel expenses of the lieutenant governor’s spouse when accompanying the lieutenant governor or when representing the lieutenant governor on official state business, for travel and subsistence expenditures for security personnel when traveling with the lieutenant governor and for entertainment of officials and other persons as guests from the amount appropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by subsection (a) from the state general fund in the governor’s department account (252-00-1000-0503).

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Special programs fund (252-00-2149) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the special programs fund for operating expenditures for the governor’s department, including conferences and official hospitality: Provided further, That the governor is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such conferences: And provided further, That fees for such conferences shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such conferences, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such conferences shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the special programs fund.

  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (252-00-2409-0400) No limit
  • Hispanic and Latino American affairs commission – donations fund (252-00-7236-7200) No limit
  • Advisory commission on African-American affairs – donations fund (252-00-7242-7210) No limit
  • Kansas commission on disability concerns fee fund (252-00-2767-2705) No limit
  • Domestic violence grants fund (252-00-2014-2014) No limit

Provided, That grants made for domestic violence prevention shall be made after consideration of the recommendation of an entity that has been designated by the United States department of health and human services and by the centers for disease control and prevention as the official domestic violence or sexual assault coalition.

  • Child advocacy centers grant fund (252-00-2024-2024) No limit
  • Residential substance abuse – federal fund (252-00-3006-3013) No limit
  • Arrest grant – federal fund (252-00-3082-3040) No limit
  • National criminal history improvement program – federal fund (252-00-3189-3195) No limit
  • Violence against women grant – federal fund (252-00-3214-3211) No limit
  • Project safe neighborhood grant federal fund (252-00-3252-3252) No limit
  • Coverdell forensic science improvement – federal fund (252-00-3227-3234) No limit
  • State victim assistance – federal fund (252-00-3250-3250) No limit
  • Crime victim assistance – federal fund (252-00-3260-3260) No limit
  • Access visitation grant – federal fund (252-00-3460-3460) No limit
  • Battered women/family violence prevention – federal fund (252-00-3461-3461) No limit
  • Sexual assault services program – federal fund (252-00-3465-3465) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund – federal fund (252-00-3753-3753) No limit
  • Edward Byrne justice assistance grants – federal fund (252-00-3757-3763) No limit
  • Prison rape elimination act – federal fund (252-00-3758-3755) No limit
  • John R Justice grant – federal fund (252-00-3802-3802) No limit

Sec. 37.

ATTORNEY GENERAL

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $78,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 30(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in litigation costs account (082-00-1000-0040), the sum of $50,000 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,880,302 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 30(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (082-00-1000-0103), the sum of $129 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $349,999 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 30(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the abuse, neglect and exploitation unit account (082-00-1000-0500), the sum of $53 is hereby lapsed.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the tobacco master settlement agreement compliance fund (082-00-2383-2320), expenditures may be made by the above agency from such fund for the purposes of performing the powers, duties and functions pursuant to K.S.A. 75-772, and amendments thereto.

(e) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $460,593 from the Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000) to the tobacco master settlement agreement compliance fund (082-00-2383-2320) of the attorney general.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of any statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the scrap metal theft reduction fee fund for fiscal year 2021 by the attorney general as authorized by chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the attorney general from the scrap metal theft reduction fee fund for fiscal year 2021 to reimburse scrap metal dealers, as defined in K.S.A. 50-6,109, and amendments thereto, in the amount of $1,000 for each year such scrap metal dealers paid registration fees under the scrap metal theft reduction act and such act was not operative and to reimburse such scrap metal dealers for the costs of fingerprinting any such scrap metal dealer prior to July 1, 2020.

(g) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $400,000 from the state general fund to the scrap metal theft reduction fee fund of the attorney general.

Sec. 38.

ATTORNEY GENERAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (082-00-1000-0103) $4,310,584

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Litigation costs (082-00-1000-0040) $78,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the litigation costs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Abuse, neglect and exploitation unit (082-00-1000-0500) $349,999

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the abuse, neglect and exploitation unit account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made by the attorney general from the abuse, neglect and exploitation unit account pursuant to contracts with other agencies or organizations to provide services related to the investigation or litigation of findings related to abuse, neglect or exploitation.

  • Child abuse grants (082-00-1000-0400) $67,500
  • Child exchange and visitation centers (082-00-1000-0450) $115,200

Provided, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-7334, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may use moneys in the child exchange and visitation centers account for matching funds.

  • Protection from abuse (082-00-1000-0900) $467,100
  • Office of inspector general (082-00-1000-0300) $464,282

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the office of inspector general account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Private detective fee fund (082-00-2029-2029) No limit
  • Court cost fund (082-00-2012-2000) No limit
  • Bond transcript review fee fund (082-00-2254-2300) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (082-00-2405-2040) No limit
  • Attorney general’s antitrust special revenue fund (082-00-2506-2050) No limit
  • Private gifts fund (082-00-7300-7000) No limit
  • Medicaid fraud reimbursement fund (082-00-9034-9040) No limit
  • Medicaid fraud control unit (082-00-3060-3080) No limit
  • Attorney general’s antitrust suspense fund (082-00-9002-9000) No limit
  • Attorney general’s consumer protection clearing fund (082-00-9003-9010) No limit
  • Attorney general’s committee on crime prevention fee fund (082-00-2113-2090) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the attorney general’s committee on crime prevention fee fund for operating expenditures directly or indirectly related to conducting training seminars organized by the attorney general’s committee on crime prevention, including official hospitality: Provided further, That the attorney general is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for conducting training seminars organized by the attorney general’s committee on crime prevention: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred for conducting such seminars, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for conducting such seminars shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the attorney general’s committee on crime prevention fee fund.

  • Tort claims fund (082-00-2613-2080) No limit
  • Crime victims compensation fund (082-00-2563-2060) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the crime victims compensation fund for state operations shall not exceed $536,550: Provided further, That any expenditures for payment of compensation to crime victims are authorized to be made from this fund regardless of when the claim was awarded.

  • Crime victims assistance fund (082-00-2598-2070) No limit
  • Protection from abuse fund (082-00-2239-2030) No limit
  • Crime victims grants and gifts fund (082-00-7340-7010) No limit

Provided, That all private grants and gifts received by the crime victims compensation board shall be deposited to the credit of the crime victims grants and gifts fund.

  • Kansas attorney general batterer intervention program certification fund (082-00-2103-2103) No limit
  • Debt collection administration cost recovery fund (082-00-2305-2240) No limit

Provided, That the attorney general shall deposit in the state treasury to the credit of the debt collection administration cost recovery fund all moneys remitted to the attorney general as administrative costs under contracts entered into pursuant to K.S.A. 75-719, and amendments thereto.

  • Medicaid fraud prosecution revolving fund (082-00-2641-2280) No limit

Provided, That all moneys recovered by the medicaid fraud and abuse division of the attorney general’s office in the enforcement of state and federal law which are in excess of any restitution for overcharges and interest, including all moneys recovered as recoupment of expenses of investigation and prosecution, shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the medicaid fraud prosecution revolving fund: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 21-5933, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from the medicaid fraud prosecution revolving fund for other operating expenditures of the attorney general’s office other than for medicaid fraud prosecution costs.

  • Interstate water litigation fund (082-00-2311-2295) No limit

Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes authorized by K.S.A. 82a-1802, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made from the interstate water litigation fund for: (1) Litigation costs for the case of Kansas v. Colorado No. 105, Original in the Supreme Court of the United States, including repayment of past contributions; (2) expenses related to the appointment of a river master or such other official as may be appointed by the Supreme Court to administer, implement or enforce its decree or other orders of the Supreme Court related to this case; and (3) expenses incurred by agencies of the state of Kansas to monitor actions of the state of Colorado and its water users and to enforce any settlement, decree or order of the Supreme Court related to this case.

  • Suspense fund (082-00-9112-9030) No limit
  • Children’s advocacycenter fund (082-00-2654-2610) No limit
  • Abuse, neglect and exploitation of people with disabilities unit grant acceptance fund (082-00-2482-2500) No limit
  • Concealed weapon licensure fund (082-00-2450-2400) No limit
  • Tobacco master settlement agreement compliance fund (082-00-2383-2320) No limit
  • Sexually violent predator expense fund (082-00-2379-2310) No limit
  • County law enforcement equipment fund (082-00-2470-2470) No limit
  • Child exchange and visiting centers fund (082-00-2579-2250) No limit
  • Roofing contractor registration fund (082-00-2774-2774) No limit
  • State medicaid fraud control unit – federal fund (082-00-3060-3060) No limit
  • Com def sol – violence against women federal fund (082-00-3082-3082) No limit
  • Crime victims compensation federal fund (082-00-3133-3020) No limit
  • Ed Byrne state/local law enforcement federal fund (082-00-3213-3213) No limit
  • Violence against women – ARRA federal fund (082-00-3214-3212) No limit
  • Comm prsct/project safe neighborhood federal fund (082-00-3217-3217) No limit
  • Public safety prtnt/comm pol fund (082-00-3218-3218) No limit
  • Anti-gang initiative federal fund (082-00-3229-3229) No limit
  • Alcohol impaired driving cntrmsr federal fund (082-00-3247-3247) No limit
  • Children’s justice grant federal fund (082-00-3381-3381) No limit
  • Sexual assault kit initiative federal fund (082-00-3416-3416) No limit
  • Ed Byrne memorial JAG – ARRA federal fund (082-00-3455-3455) No limit
  • Medicaid indirect cost federal fund (082-00-3919-3919) No limit
  • Federal forfeiture fund (082-00-3940-3940) No limit
  • SSA fraud prevention federal fund (082-00-2174-2175) No limit
  • False claims litigation revolving fund (082-00-2650-2600) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the false claims litigation revolving fund for costs associated with litigation under the Kansas false claims act, K.S.A. 75-7501 et seq., and amendments thereto.

  • Ed Byrne memorial justice assistance grant federal fund (082-00-3057-3057) No limit
  • 911 state maintenance fund (082-00-2747-2447) No limit
  • DOT prohibit racial profiling (082-00-3566-3566) No limit
  • Human trafficking victim assistance fund (082-00-2775-2775) No limit
  • Criminal appeals cost fund (082-00-2779-2779) No limit
  • Attorney general’s open government fund (082-00-2497-2497) No limit
  • Scrap metal theft reduction fee fund (082-00-2085-2100) No limit
  • Bail enforcement agents fee fund (082-00-2259-2259) No limit
  • Fraud and abuse criminal prosecution fund (082-00-2262-2262) No limit
  • Attorney general’s state agency representation fund No limit
  • State medicaid fraud forfeiture fund No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, grants made pursuant to K.S.A. 74-7325, and amendments thereto, from the protection from abuse fund (082-00-2239-2030) and grants made pursuant to K.S.A. 74-7334, and amendments thereto, from the crime victims assistance fund (082-00-2598-2070) shall be made after consideration of the recommendation of an entity that has been designated by the United States department of health and human services and by the centers for disease control as the official domestic violence or sexual assault coalition.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the attorney general, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the attorney general to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the attorney general. The attorney general shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $50,000 from the state general fund to the sexually violent predator expense fund (082-00-2379-2310) of the attorney general.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the tobacco master settlement agreement compliance fund (082-00-2383-2320), expenditures may be made by the above agency from such fund for the purposes of performing the powers, duties and functions pursuant to K.S.A. 75-772, and amendments thereto.

(g) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $460,593 from the Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000) to the tobacco master settlement agreement compliance fund (082-00-2383-2320) of the attorney general.

(h) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 75-7c05, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the attorney general from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to fix, charge and collect a nonrefundable fee for the purpose of obtaining a concealed carry handgun license of $112, if the applicant has not previously been issued a statewide license or if the applicant’s license has permanently expired, which fee shall be in the form of two cashier’s checks, personal checks or money orders of $32.50 payable to the sheriff of the county where the applicant resides and $79.50 payable to the attorney general.

Sec. 39.

SECRETARY OF STATE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Cemetery and funeral audit fee fund (622-00-2225-2100) No limit
  • HAVA ELVIS fund (622-00-2353-2150) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (622-00-2418-2200) No limit
  • Information and services fee fund (622-00-2430-2300) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the information and services fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,533.

  • State register fee fund (622-00-2619-2500) No limit
  • Uniform commercial code fee fund (622-00-2664-2600) No limit
  • State flag and banner fund (622-00-5130-4600) No limit
  • Secretary of state fee refund fund (622-00-9047-9100) No limit
  • Electronic voting machine examination fund (622-00-9101-9200) No limit
  • Credit card clearing fund (622-00-9434-9400) No limit
  • Suspense fund (622-00-9046-9000) No limit
  • Prepaid services fund (622-00-9114-9300) No limit
  • Athlete agent registration fee fund (622-00-2674-2700) No limit
  • Democracy fund (622-00-2702-2400) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the democracy fund shall be to provide matching funds to implement title II of the federal help America vote act of 2002, public law 107-252, as prescribed under that act.

  • Technology communication fee fund (622-00-2672-2900) No limit
  • Help America vote act federal fund (622-00-3091) No limit
  • HAVA title I federal fund (622-00-3283-3283) No limit
  • HAVA election security fraud 2018 (622-00-3956-3956) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by the above agency by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such special revenue fund or funds to provide a report to the house appropriations committee and the senate ways and means committee detailing the costs of publication in a newspaper in each county pursuant to K.S.A. 64-103, and amendments thereto, of any constitutional amendment that is introduced by the legislature during the 2022 regular session of the legislature and detailing costs to local units of governments for conducting elections that include proposed constitutional amendments.

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $3,085 from the state general fund to the HAVA election security 2020 state match account of the democracy fund (622-00-2702) of the secretary of state.

(d) On or before the 10th day of each month commencing July 1, 2021, during fiscal year 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the democracy fund interest earnings based on:

(1) The average daily balance of moneys in the democracy fund for the preceding month; and

(2) the net earnings rate of the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

Sec. 40.

SECRETARY OF STATE

(a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, pursuant to K.S.A. 64-103(b), and amendments thereto, after publication of resolutions making propositions to amend the constitution, the secretary of state shall certify the amount of moneys expended on such publication and shall transmit a copy of such certification to the director of accounts and reports. Upon such receipt of such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount of moneys equal to such certified amounts from the state general fund to the information services fee fund of the secretary of state and shall transmit a notification of such transfer to the director of legislative research and the director of the budget.

Sec. 41.

STATE TREASURER

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 34(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the state treasurer operating fund (670-00-2374-2300) of the state treasurer is hereby decreased from $1,726,906 to $1,707,829.

(b) Notwithstanding any provision of the uniform unclaimed property act, K.S.A. 58-3934 et seq., and amendments thereto, or any other statute, on June 30, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer to the state general fund any remaining unencumbered balance in the state treasurer operating fund exceeding $100,000.

Sec. 42.

STATE TREASURER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • State treasurer operating fund (670-00-2374-2300) $1,696,618

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of the uniform unclaimed property act, K.S.A. 58-3934 et seq., and amendments thereto, or any other statute, of all the moneys received under the uniform unclaimed property act during fiscal year 2022, the state treasurer is hereby authorized and directed to credit the first amount equal to the expenditure limitation approved by this or other appropriation act of the legislature received and deposited in the state treasury to the state treasurer operating fund: Provided further, Notwithstanding any provision of the uniform unclaimed property act, K.S.A. 58-3934 et seq., and amendments thereto, or any other statute, on June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer to the state general fund any remaining unencumbered balance in the state treasurer operating fund exceeding $100,000: And provided further, That, after such aggregate amount has been credited to the state treasurer operating fund, then all of the moneys received under the uniform unclaimed property act during fiscal year 2022 shall be credited as prescribed under the uniform unclaimed property act: And provided further, That all moneys credited to the state treasurer operating fund during fiscal year 2022 are to reimburse the state treasurer for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services which are performed to administer the provisions of the uniform unclaimed property act that are not otherwise reimbursed under any other provision of law.

  • Fiscal agency fund (670-00-7754-6400) No limit
  • Bond services fee fund (670-00-2061-2500) No limit
  • City bond finance fund (670-00-7654) No limit
  • Local ad valorem tax reduction fund (670-00-7394-4800) No limit
  • County and city revenue sharing fund (670-00-7395-4900) No limit
  • Suspense fund (670-00-9054-9000) No limit
  • County and city retailers’ sales tax fund (670-00-7608-6000) No limit
  • County and city compensating use tax fund (670-00-7667-6200) No limit
  • Local alcoholic liquor fund (670-00-7665-6100) No limit
  • Local alcoholic liquor equalization fund (670-00-7759-6500) No limit
  • Unclaimed property claims fund (670-00-7758-7700) No limit
  • Unclaimed property expense fund (670-00-2362-2200) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the unclaimed property expense fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • County and city transient guest tax fund (670-00-7602-6600) No limit
  • Racing admissions tax fund (670-00-7670-6300) No limit
  • Rental motor vehicle excise tax fund (670-00-7681-6800) No limit
  • Transportation development district sales tax fund (670-00-7601-7000) No limit
  • Redevelopment bond fund (670-00-7683-6900) No limit
  • Special qualified industrial manufacturer fund (670-00-9525-9525) No limit
  • Kansas postsecondary education savings program trust fund (670-00-7241-7100) No limit
  • Kansas postsecondary education savings expense fund (670-00-2096-2000) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (670-00-2461-2700) No limit
  • Tax increment financing revenue replacement fund (670-00-7391-4700) No limit
  • Spirit bonds fund (670-00-9515-9515) No limit

Provided, That, on the 15th day of each month that commences during fiscal year 2022, the secretary of revenue shall determine the amount of revenue received by the state during the preceding month from withholding taxes paid with respect to an eligible project by each taxpayer that is an eligible business for which bonds have been issued under K.S.A. 74-50,136, and amendments thereto, and for which the Spirit bonds fund was created, and shall certify the amount so determined to the director of accounts and reports and, at the same time as such certification is transmitted to the director of accounts and reports, shall transmit a copy of such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research: Provided further, That, upon receipt of each such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the state general fund to the Spirit bonds fund: And provided further, That, on or before the 10th day of each month commencing during fiscal year 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the Spirit bonds fund interest earnings based on: (1) The average daily balance of moneys in the Spirit bonds fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate of the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month: And provided further, That the moneys credited to the Spirit bonds fund from the withholding taxes paid by an eligible business and the interest earnings thereon shall be transferred by the state treasurer from the Spirit bonds fund to the special economic revitalization fund administered by the state treasurer in accordance with K.S.A. 74-50,136, and amendments thereto.

  • Business machinery and equipment tax reduction assistance fund (670-00-7684-7680) $0
  • Telecommunications and railroad machinery and equipment tax reduction assistance fund (670-00-7685-7690) $0
  • Community improvement district sales tax fund (670-00-7610-7650) No limit
  • Special economic revitalization fund (670-00-9520-9520) No limit
  • Bioscience development and investment fund (670-00-9510-9510) No limit
  • KS ABLE savings expense fund (670-00-2177-2177) No limit
  • Other federal grants fund No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-1514, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the commissioner of insurance shall remit all moneys received by the commissioner under K.S.A. 75-1508, and amendments thereto, to the state treasurer in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto: Provided, That, upon receipt of each such remittance, the state treasurer shall deposit the entire amount in the state treasury: Provided, however, That, for each such remittance deposited in the state treasury during fiscal year 2022, the state treasurer shall not credit such deposit pursuant to K.S.A. 75-1514, and amendments thereto, but shall credit such deposit in accordance with the provisions of this subsection: Provided further, That the state treasurer shall credit 10% of each such deposit to the state general fund and the state treasurer shall credit the remainder of each such deposit as follows: (1) The amount equal to 64% of the remainder of such deposit shall be credited to the fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) of the state fire marshal; (2) the amount equal to 20% of the remainder of such deposit shall be credited to the emergency medical services board operating fund (206-00-2326-4000) of the emergency medical services board; and (3) the amount equal to 16% of the remainder of such deposit shall be credited to the fire service training program fund (682-00-2123-2170) of the university of Kansas: And provided further, That the amount of each such deposit that is credited to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services which are performed on behalf of the state fire marshal, the emergency medical services board, and the fire service training program of the university of Kansas by other state agencies which receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such services: And provided further, That, whenever in fiscal year 2022 the aggregate amount that the 10% credit to the state general fund prescribed by this subsection is equal to $100,000, then: (1) The provisions of this subsection prescribing the 10% credit to the state general fund no longer shall apply to moneys received pursuant to K.S.A. 75-1508, and amendments thereto; and (2) for the remainder of fiscal year 2022, the state treasurer shall credit the full 100% so received of each such deposit as follows: (A) The amount equal to 64% of such deposit shall be credited to the fire marshal fee fund of the state fire marshal; (B) the amount equal to 20% of such deposit shall be credited to the emergency medical services board operating fund of the emergency medical services board; and (C) the amount equal to 16% of such deposit shall be credited to the fire service training program fund of the university of Kansas.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-648, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, on July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $50,000 from the Kansas postsecondary education savings expense fund (670-00-2096-2000) of the state treasurer to the KS ABLE savings expense fund (670-00-2177-2177) of the state treasurer.

Sec. 43.

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270-2400) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the insurance department service regulation fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,500.

  • Insurance company examination fund (331-00-2055-2000) No limit
  • Insurance company annual statement examination fund (331-00-2056-2100) No limit
  • Insurance company examiner training fund (331-00-2057-2200) No limit
  • Workers compensation fund (331-00-7354-7000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the workers compensation fund for attorney fees and other costs and benefit payments may be made regardless of when services were rendered or when the initial award of benefits was made.

  • State firefighters relief fund (331-00-7652-7130) No limit
  • Insurance company tax and fee refund fund (331-00-9017-9100) No limit
  • Group-funded workers’ compensation pools fee fund (331-00-7374-7120) No limit
  • Municipal group-funded pools fee fund (331-00-7356-7100) No limit
  • Uninsurable health insurance plan fund (331-00-2328-2500) No limit
  • Private grants and gifts fund (331-00-7301-7301) No limit
  • Insurance education and training fund (331-00-2367-2600) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the insurance education and training fund for training programs and official hospitality: Provided further, That the insurance commissioner is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such training programs: And provided further, That fees for such training programs shall be fixed in order to collect all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such training programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such training programs shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the insurance education and training fund.

  • Monumental life settlement fund (331-00-7360-7360) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the monumental life settlement fund shall be made for scholarship purposes: Provided further, That the scholarship recipients shall be African-American students who are currently enrolled and are attending an accredited higher education institution in the state of Kansas and who have designated a major in mathematics, computer science or business.

  • Fines and penalties fund (331-00-2351-2510) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 40-2606, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, all moneys received during fiscal year 2022 for penalties imposed pursuant to K.S.A. 40-2606, and amendments thereto, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the fines and penalties fund.

  • Settlements fund (331-00-2523-2520) No limit

Provided, That moneys may be transferred or otherwise credited to the settlements fund as the result of or pursuant to court orders under K.S.A. 40-3644, and amendments thereto, court-ordered settlements, or legislative authority: Provided further, That expenditures from the settlements fund shall be made for the purpose of providing consumer education and outreach or for costs that the insurance department may incur in closeout of any troubled insurance company matters.

  • Professional employer organization fee fund (331-00-2678-2678) No limit
  • Pharmacy benefits manager registration fund (331-00-2665-2665) No limit
  • Securities act fee fund (331-00-2162-0100) $3,416,292

Provided, That expenditures from the securities act fee fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Investor education and protection fund (331-00-2242-2240) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the investor education and protection fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $5,000.

  • Captive insurance regulatory and supervision fund No limit

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the insurance department from the insurance company examination fund (331-00-2055-2000) for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by K.S.A. 40-223, and amendments thereto, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 40-223, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made by the insurance department from the insurance company examination fund for fiscal year 2022 for the examination of annual statements filed with the commissioner of insurance, regardless of when the services were rendered, when the expenses were incurred or when any claim was submitted or processed for payment and regardless of whether or not the services were rendered or the expenses were incurred prior to the effective date of this act.

(c) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer all moneys in the insurance department rehabilitation and repair fund (331-00-2887) to the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270). On July 1, 2021, all liabilities of the insurance department rehabilitation and repair fund (331-00-2887) are hereby transferred to and imposed on the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270) and the insurance department rehabilitation and repair fund (331-00-2887) is hereby abolished.

(d) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer all moneys in the HHS rate review grant – federal fund (331-00-3505) to the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270). On July 1, 2021, all liabilities of the HHS rate review grant – federal fund (331-00-3505) are hereby transferred to and imposed on the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270) and the HHS rate review grant – federal fund (331-00-3505) is hereby abolished.

(e) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer all moneys in the HHS consumer assistance grant – federal fund (331-00-3555) to the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270). On July 1, 2021, all liabilities of the HHS consumer assistance grant – federal fund (331-00-3555) are hereby transferred to and imposed on the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270) and the HHS consumer assistance grant – federal fund (331-00-3555) is hereby abolished.

(f) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer all moneys in the HHS exchange planning & establishment grant – federal fund (331-00-3556) to the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270). On July 1, 2021, all liabilities of the HHS exchange planning & establishment grant – federal fund (331-00-3556) are hereby transferred to and imposed on the insurance department service regulation fund (331-00-2270) and the HHS exchange planning & establishment grant – federal fund (331-00-3556) is hereby abolished.

Sec. 44.

HEALTH CARE STABILIZATION FUND BOARD OF GOVERNORS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Conference fee fund (270-00-2453-2453) No limit
  • Health care stabilization fund (270-00-7404-2000) No limit

(b) Expenditures from the health care stabilization fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, other than refunds authorized by law for the following specified purposes shall not exceed the limitations prescribed therefor as follows:

  • Operating expenditures (270-00-7404-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality.

  • Legal services and other claims expenses (270-00-7404-2300) No limit
  • Claims and benefits (270-00-7404-2400) No limit

Sec. 45.

POOLED MONEY INVESTMENT BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Municipal investment pool fund (671-00-7537-7000) No limit
  • Pooled money investment portfolio fee fund (671-00-2319-2000) No limit

Provided, That, on or before the fifth day of each month of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the state treasurer shall certify to the pooled money investment board an accounting of the banking fees incurred by the state treasurer during the second preceding month that are attributable to the investment of the pooled money investment portfolio during such month: Provided further, That, prior to the 10th day of each month during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the pooled money investment board shall review the certification from the state treasurer and shall make expenditures from the pooled money investment portfolio fee fund (671-00-2319-2000) to pay the amount of banking fees incurred by the state treasurer during the second preceding month that are attributable to the investment of the pooled money investment portfolio during the second preceding month, as determined by the pooled money investment board: And provided further, That expenditures from the pooled money investment portfolio fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $800.

Sec. 46.

JUDICIAL COUNCIL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Judicial council fund (349-00-2127-2100) No limit
  • Grants and gifts fund (349-00-7326-7000) No limit

Provided, That all private grants and gifts received by the judicial council, other than moneys received as grants, gifts or donations for the preparation, publication or distribution of legal publications, shall be deposited to the credit of the grants and gifts fund.

  • Publications fee fund (349-00-2297-2000) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (349-00-3753-3772) No limit

Sec. 47.

STATE BOARD OF INDIGENTS’ DEFENSE SERVICES

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,760,665 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 41(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the litigation support account (328-00-1000-0510), the sum of $1,877,651 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $14,043,264 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 41(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (328-00-1000-0603), the sum of $511,427 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $14,639,335 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 41(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the assigned counsel expenditures account (328-00-1000-0700), the sum of $3,228,319 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $3,104,114 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 41(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the capital defense operations account (328-00-1000-0800), the sum of $790,935 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 48.

STATE BOARD OF INDIGENTS’ DEFENSE SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (328-00-1000-0603) $18,057,609

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures for indigents’ defense services are authorized to be made from the operating expenditures account regardless of when services were rendered: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the operating expenditures account for negotiated contracts for malpractice insurance for public defenders and deputy or assistant public defenders: And provided further, That all contracts for malpractice insurance for public defenders and deputy or assistant public defenders shall be negotiated and purchased by the state board of indigents’ defense services, shall not be subject to approval or purchase by the committee on surety bonds and insurance under K.S.A. 75-4114 and 75-6111, and amendments thereto, and shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amendments thereto.

  • Assigned counsel expenditures (328-00-1000-0700) $13,239,335

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the assigned counsel expenditures account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures for indigents’ defense services are authorized to be made from the assigned counsel expenditures account regardless of when services were rendered.

  • Capital defense operations (328-00-1000-0800) $3,104,114

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the capital defense operations account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures for indigents’ defense services are authorized to be made from the capital defense operations account regardless of when services were rendered.

  • Legal services for prisoners (328-00-1000-0500) $289,592
  • Indigents’ defense services operations (328-00-1000-0610) $156,847

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the indigents’ defense services operations account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the indigents’ defense services operations account for the purpose of assigned counsel and other professional services related to contract cases.

  • Litigation support (328-00-1000-0510) $2,760,665

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the litigation support account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Capital litigation training grant fund (328-00-3211-3211) No limit
  • Indigents’ defense services fund (328-00-2119-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the indigents’ defense services fund for the purpose of assigned counsel and other professional services related to contract cases.

  • Inservice education workshop fee fund (328-00-2186-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the inservice education workshop fee fund for operating expenditures, including official hospitality, incurred for inservice workshops and conferences: Provided further, That the state board of indigents’ defense services is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for inservice workshops and conferences: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of such operating expenditures incurred for inservice workshops and conferences: And provided further, That all fees received for inservice workshops and conferences shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the inservice education workshop fee fund.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the executive director of the state board of indigents’ defense services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the state board of indigents’ defense services to any other item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the state board of indigents’ defense services. The executive director shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the state board of indigents’ defense services from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this act or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to classify public defenders based on the level of cases such public defenders are assigned.

Sec. 49.

JUDICIAL BRANCH

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $112,056,817 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 42(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the judiciary operations account (677-00-1000), the sum of $525,289 is hereby lapsed.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State and community highway safety – federal fund (677-00-3815-3815) No limit

Sec. 50.

JUDICIAL BRANCH

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Judiciary operations (677-00-1000) $114,356,817

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the judiciary operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That contracts for computer input of judicial opinions and all purchases thereunder shall not be subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the judiciary operations account for contingencies without limitation at the discretion of the chief justice: And provided further, That expenditures from the judiciary operations account for such contingencies shall not exceed $25,000: And provided further, That expenditures from the judiciary operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $4,000: And provided further, That expenditures shall be made from the judiciary operations account for the travel expenses of panels of the court of appeals for travel to cities across the state to hear appealed cases.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Library report fee fund (677-00-2106-2000) No limit
  • State and community highway safety – federal fund (677-00-3815-3815) No limit
  • Judiciary technology fund (677-00-2272-1800) No limit
  • Dispute resolution fund (677-00-2126-3500) No limit
  • Judicial branch education fund (677-00-2324-1900) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the judicial branch education fund to provide services and programs for the purpose of educating and training judicial branch officers and employees, administering the training, testing and education of municipal judges as provided in K.S.A. 12-4114, and amendments thereto, educating and training municipal judges and municipal court support staff, and for the planning and implementation of a family court system, as provided by law, including official hospitality: Provided further, That the judicial administrator is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such services and programs: And provided further, That such fees may be fixed to cover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred in providing such services and programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such services and programs, including official hospitality, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the judicial branch education fund.

  • Child welfare federal grant fund (677-00-3942-3300) No limit
  • Child support enforcement contractual agreement fund (677-00-2681-2400) No limit
  • SJI grant fund (677-00-2714-2714) No limit
  • Bar admission fee fund (677-00-2724-2500) No limit
  • Permanent families account – family and children investment fund (677-00-7317-7000) No limit
  • Duplicate law book fund (677-00-2543-2300) No limit
  • Court reporter fund (677-00-2725-2600) No limit
  • Access to justice fund (677-00-2169-2100) No limit
  • Judicial branch nonjudicial salary initiative fund (677-00-2229-2800) No limit
  • Judicial branch nonjudicial salary adjustment fund (677-00-2389-3200) No limit
  • Federal grants fund (677-00-3082-3100) No limit
  • District magistrate judge supplemental compensation fund (677-00-2398-2390) No limit
  • Correctional supervision fund (677-00-2465-2465) No limit
  • Violence against women grant fund – ARRA (677-00-3214-3214) No limit
  • Judicial branch docket fee fund (677-00-2158-2158) No limit
  • Electronic filing and management fund (677-00-2791-2791) No limit
  • Coronavirus emergency supplemental fund (677-00-3671-3671) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (677-00-3753) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $225,000 from the Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000) to the permanent families account – family and children investment fund (677-00-7317-7000) of the judicial branch.

Sec. 51.

KANSAS PUBLIC EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas public employees retirement fund (365-00-7002-7000) No limit

Provided, That no expenditures may be made from the Kansas public employees retirement fund other than for benefits, investments, refunds authorized by law, and other purposes specifically authorized by this or other appropriation act.

  • Kansas public employees deferred compensation fees fund (365-00-2376) No limit
  • Group insurance reserve fund (365-00-7358-9200) No limit
  • Optional death benefit plan reserve fund (365-00-7357-9100) No limit
  • Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000) No limit
  • Senior services trust fund (365-00-7550-7600) No limit
  • Family and children endowment account – family and children investment fund (365-00-7010-4000) No limit
  • Non-retirement administration fund (365-00-2277) No limit

Provided, That the executive officer of the Kansas public employees retirement system shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys to transfer from the Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000), the senior services trust fund (365-00-7550-7600), the family and children endowment account – family and children investment fund (365-00-7010-4000) and the unclaimed property account (670-00-7758-7700) of the state general fund for the purpose of reimbursing the costs of non-retirement-related administrative activities and investment-related expenses for managing such funds in accordance with K.S.A. 74-4909b, and amendments thereto.

  • Coronavirus relief fund (365-00-3753) No limit

(b) Expenditures may be made from the expense reserve of the Kansas public employees retirement fund (365-00-7002-7000) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the following specified purposes:

  • Agency operations (365-00-7002-7400) $22,423,549

Provided, That expenditures from the agency operations account may be made for official hospitality.

  • Investment-related expenses (365-00-7002-8000) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 38-2102, and amendments thereto, the amount prescribed by K.S.A. 38-2102(d)(4), and amendments thereto, to be transferred on July 1, 2021, by the director of accounts and reports from the Kansas endowment for youth fund to the children’s initiatives fund is hereby increased to $51,712,812.

Sec. 52.

KANSAS HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (058-00-1000-0103) $1,036,042

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $200: Provided further, That expenditures for mediation services contracted with Kansas legal services shall be made only upon certification by the executive director of the human rights commission to the director of accounts and reports that private moneys are available to match the expenditure of state moneys on a $1 of private moneys to $3 of state moneys basis.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State and local fair employment practices – federal fund (058-00-3016-3000) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (058-00-2404-1300) No limit
  • Education and training fund (058-00-2282-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the education and training fund for operating expenditures for the commission’s education and training programs for the general public, including official hospitality: Provided further, That the executive director is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such programs: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such training programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such programs shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the education and training fund.

Sec. 53.

STATE CORPORATION COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Public service regulation fund (143-00-2019-0100) No limit
  • Motor carrier license fees fund (143-00-2812-5500) No limit
  • Conservation fee fund (143-00-2130-2000) No limit

Provided, That any expenditure made from the conservation fee fund for plugging abandoned wells, cleanup of pollution from oil and gas activities and testing of wells shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on this fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for debt collection and set-off administration: And provided further, That a percentage of the fees collected, not to exceed 27%, shall be transferred from the conservation fee fund to the accounting services recovery fund (173-00-6105-4010) of the department of administration for services rendered in collection efforts: And provided further, That all expenditures made from the conservation fee fund for debt collection and set-off administration shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on this fund: And provided further, That the state corporation commission shall include as part of the fiscal year 2022 budget estimates for the state corporation commission submitted pursuant to K.S.A. 75-3717, and amendments thereto, a three-year projection of receipts to and expenditures from the conservation fee fund for fiscal years 2022, 2023 and 2024.

  • Natural gas underground storage fee fund (143-00-2181-2120) No limit
  • Gas pipeline inspection fee fund (143-00-2023-1100) No limit
  • Special one-call – federal fund (143-00-3477-3477) No limit
  • Abandoned oil and gas well fund (143-00-2143-2100) No limit
  • Gas pipeline safety program – federal fund (143-00-3632-3000) No limit
  • Underground injection control class II – federal fund (143-00-3768-3700) No limit
  • One call – federal fund (143-00-3633-3120) No limit
  • Inservice education workshop fee fund (143-00-2316-2300) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the inservice education workshop fee fund for operating expenditures, including official hospitality, incurred for inservice workshops and conferences conducted by the state corporation commission for staff and members of the state corporation commission: Provided further, That the state corporation commission is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such inservice workshops and conferences: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred for conducting such inservice workshops and conferences: And provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the inservice education workshop fee fund.

  • Unified carrier registration clearing fund (143-00-9062-9100) No limit
  • Credit card clearing fund (143-00-9401-9400) No limit
  • Suspense fund (143-00-9007-9000) No limit
  • Well plugging assurance fund (143-00-2180-2110) No limit
  • Facility conservation improvement program fund (000-00-2432-2400) No limit
  • Energy grants management fund (000-00-2667-4000) No limit
  • Energy conservation plan – federal fund (000-00-3682-3500) No limit
  • Energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund (000-00-3161-3160) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund for the energy efficiency revolving loan program pursuant to vouchers approved by the chairperson of the state corporation commission or by a person or persons designated by the chairperson: Provided further, That the state corporation commission is hereby authorized to establish the energy efficiency revolving loan program for the purpose of making loans for energy conservation and other energy-related activities: And provided further, That loans under such program shall be made at an interest rate established by the state corporation commission: And provided further, That the state corporation commission is hereby authorized to enter into contracts with other state agencies and with persons, as may be necessary, to administer the energy efficiency revolving loan program: And provided further, That any person who agrees to receive money from the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund shall enter into an agreement requiring such person to submit a written report to the state corporation commission detailing and accounting for all expenditures and receipts related to the use of the moneys received from the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund: And provided further, That moneys repaid to the energy efficiency revolving loan program shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund: And provided further, That, on or before the 10th day of each month, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund interest earnings based on: (1) The average daily balance of repaid moneys in the energy efficiency revolving loan program – ARRA federal fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

(b) Expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by the state corporation commission from the conservation fee fund (143-00-2130-2000) or the abandoned oil and gas well fund (143-00-2143-2100) may be made for the service of independent on-site supervision of well plugging contracts: Provided, That all such expenditures from the conservation fee fund or the abandoned oil and gas well fund for the purpose of plugging of abandoned oil and gas wells during fiscal year 2022 shall be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amendments thereto, and shall not be exempt from such competitive bidding requirements on the basis of the estimated amount of such purchases.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the chairperson of the state corporation commission, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer additional moneys from the conservation fee fund (143-00-2130-2000) of the state corporation commission that are in excess of $800,000 as prescribed by K.S.A. 55-193, and amendments thereto, to the abandoned oil and gas well plugging fund (143-00-2143-2100) of the state corporation commission: Provided, That the chairperson of the state corporation commission shall certify each such transfer of additional moneys to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, the chairperson of the state corporation commission, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer funds from any special revenue fund or funds of the state corporation commission to any other special revenue fund or funds of the state corporation commission. The chairperson of the state corporation commission shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) Expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by the state corporation commission from the public service regulation fund (143-00-2019-0100), the motor carrier license fees fund (143-00-2812-5500) and the conservation fee fund (143-00-2130-2000) for official hospitality shall not exceed, in the aggregate, $2,500.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 55-164, 66-138 or 66-1,142b, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, all moneys received from civil fines and penalties charged and collected by the state corporation commission under K.S.A. 55-164, 66-138 or 66-1,142b, and amendments thereto, in the conservation fee fund (143-00-2130-2000), the public service regulation fund (143-00-2019-0100) and the motor carrier license fees fund (143-00-2812-5500) shall be remitted to the state treasurer in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and deposited in the state treasury and credited to the state general fund.

(g) On July 1, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 55-166, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $500,000 from the well plugging assurance fund (143-00-2180-2110) of the state corporation commission to the abandoned oil and gas well fund (143-00-2143-2100) of the state corporation commission.

(h) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $100,000 from the public service regulation fund (143-00-2019-0100) of the state corporation commission to the state general fund.

Sec. 54.

CITIZENS’ UTILITY RATEPAYER BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Utility regulatory fee fund (122-00-2030-2000) $1,007,590

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the citizens’ utility ratepayer board from the utility regulatory fee fund (122-00-2030-2000) for fiscal year 2022 for the citizens’ utility ratepayer board as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute to the contrary, if the total expenditures authorized to be expended on contracts for professional services by the citizens’ utility ratepayer board by the expenditure limitation prescribed by subsection (a) are not expended or encumbered for fiscal year 2021, then the amount equal to the remaining amount of such expenditure authority for fiscal year 2021 may be expended from the utility regulatory fee fund for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to contracts for professional services and any such expenditure for fiscal year 2022 shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the utility regulatory fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 55.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,651,305 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 50(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (173-00-1000-0200), the sum of $25,861 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $293,729 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 50(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the long-term care ombudsman account (173-00-1000-0580), the sum of $964 is hereby lapsed.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Budget stabilization fund (173-00-1600-1600) No limit

(d) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, and transferred pursuant to executive reorganization order No. 45, published as chapter 21 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, on the state workers compensation self-insurance fund (173-00-6170-6173) for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures of the department of administration is hereby increased from $4,745,908 to $5,193,506.

(e) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, and transferred pursuant to executive reorganization order No. 45, published as chapter 21 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, on the non-state employer group benefit fund (173-00-7707-7710) of the department of administration is hereby decreased from $146,244 to $131,979.

(f) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, and transferred pursuant to executive reorganization order No. 45, published as chapter 21 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, on the dependent care assistance program fund (173-00-7740-7799) for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures of the department of administration is hereby decreased from $629,413 to $438,413.

(g) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, and transferred pursuant to executive reorganization order No. 45, published as chapter 21 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, on the health benefits administration clearing fund – remit admin service org (173-00-7746-7747) for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures of the department of administration is hereby increased from $11,005,000 to $11,442,585.

Sec. 56.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (173-00-1000-0200) $4,445,476

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-2935, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to other positions within the department of administration in the unclassified service as prescribed by law, expenditures may be made from the operating expenditures account for three employees in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act.

  • Budget analysis (173-00-1000-0520) $1,615,339

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the budget analysis account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-2935, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to other positions within the department of administration in the unclassified service as prescribed by law, expenditures may be made from the budget analysis account for eight employees in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act: And provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Long-term care ombudsman (173-00-1000-0580) $264,919

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the long-term care ombudsman account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • KPERS bonds debt service (173-00-1000-0440) $64,003,586

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the expanded lottery act revenues fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • KPERS bond debt service (173-00-1700-1704) $36,114,485

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds or indirect cost recoveries authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Department of administration audit services fund (173-00-2819-2819) No limit
  • Budget stabilization fund (173-00-1600-1600) No limit
  • Federal cash management fund (173-00-2001-2200) No limit
  • State leave payment reserve fund (173-00-7730-7350) No limit
  • Building and ground fund (173-00-2028-2000) No limit
  • General fees fund (173-00-2197-2020) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for operating expenditures for the division of personnel services, including human resources programs and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of personnel services is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees: And provided further, That fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received, including fees received under the open records act for providing access to or furnishing copies of public records, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund.

  • Human resource information systems cost recovery fund (173-00-6103-5700) No limit
  • Budget fees fund (173-00-2191-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the budget fees fund for operating expenditures for the division of the budget, including training programs, special projects and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of the budget is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such training programs: And provided further, That fees for such training programs and special projects shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such training programs and special projects, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such training programs and special projects and all fees received by the division of the budget under the open records act for providing access to or furnishing copies of public records shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the budget fees fund.

  • Purchasing fees fund (173-00-2017-2130) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the purchasing fees fund for operating expenditures of the division of purchases, including training seminars and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of purchases is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for operating expenditures incurred to reproduce and disseminate purchasing information, administer vendor applications, administer state contracts and conduct training seminars, including official hospitality: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of such operating expenses: And provided further, That all fees received for such operating expenses shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the purchasing fees fund.

  • Architectural services fee fund (173-00-2075-2110) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the architectural services fee fund for operating expenditures for distribution of architectural information: Provided further, That the director of facilities management is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for reproduction and distribution of architectural information: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for reproducing and distributing architectural information: And provided further, That all fees received for such reproduction and distribution of architectural information shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the architectural services fee fund.

  • Budget equipment conversion fund (173-00-2434-2090) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (173-00-2408-2030) No limit
  • Architectural services equipment conversion fund (173-00-2401-2170) No limit
  • Property contingency fund (173-00-2640-2060) No limit
  • Flood control emergency – federal fund (173-00-3024-3020) No limit
  • INK special revenue fund (173-00-2764-2702) No limit
  • State buildings operating fund (173-00-6148-4100) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of administration is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect a real estate property leasing services fee at a reasonable rate per square foot of space leased by state agencies as approved by the secretary of administration under K.S.A. 75-3765, and amendments thereto, to recover the costs incurred by the department of administration in providing services to state agencies relating to leases of real property: Provided further, That each state agency that is party to a lease of real property that is approved by the secretary of administration under K.S.A. 75-3765, and amendments thereto, shall remit to the secretary of administration the real estate property leasing services fee upon receipt of the billing therefor: And provided further, That all moneys received for real estate property leasing services fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the state buildings operating fund or the building and ground fund (173-00-2028-2000), as determined and directed by the secretary of administration: And provided further, That the net proceeds from the sale of all or any part of the Topeka state hospital property, as defined by K.S.A. 75-37,123(a), and amendments thereto, shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the state buildings operating fund or the building and ground fund, as determined and directed by the secretary of administration: And provided further, That the secretary of administration is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect a surcharge against all state agency leased square footage in Shawnee county, including both state-owned and privately owned buildings: And provided further, That all moneys received for such surcharge shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the state buildings operating fund or the building and ground fund, as determined and directed by the secretary of administration.

  • Accounting services recovery fund (173-00-6105-4010) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the accounting services recovery fund for the operating expenditures, including official hospitality, of the department of administration: Provided further, That the secretary of administration is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for services or sales provided by the department of administration that are not specifically authorized by any other statute: And provided further, That all fees received for such services or sales shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the accounting services recovery fund.

  • Architectural services recovery fund (173-00-6151-5500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the architectural services recovery fund for operating expenditures for the division of facilities management: Provided further, That the director of facilities management is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for services provided to other state agencies not directly related to the construction of a capital improvement project: And provided further, That all fees received for all such services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the architectural services recovery fund.

  • Motor pool service fund (173-00-6109-4020) No limit
  • Intragovernmental printing service fund (173-00-6165-9800) No limit
  • Intragovernmental printing service depreciation reserve fund (173-00-6167-9810) No limit
  • Municipal accounting and training services recovery fund (173-00-2033-1850) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the municipal accounting and training services recovery fund to provide general ledger, payroll reporting, utilities billing, data processing, and accounting services to municipalities and to provide training programs conducted for municipal government personnel, including official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of accounts and reports is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such services and programs: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed to cover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred in providing such services and programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such services and programs, including official hospitality, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the municipal accounting and training services recovery fund.

  • Canceled warrants payment fund (173-00-2645-2070) No limit
  • State emergency fund (173-00-2581-2150) No limit
  • Bid and contract deposit fund (173-00-7609-7060) No limit
  • Federal withholding tax clearing fund (173-00-7701-7080) No limit
  • Financial management system development fund (173-00-6135-6130) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of administration may establish fees and make special assessments in order to finance the costs of developing the financial management system: Provided further, That all moneys received for such fees and special assessments shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the financial management system development fund.

  • State gaming revenues fund (173-00-9011-9100) No limit
  • Financial management system development fund – on budget (173-00-2689-2689) No limit
  • Construction defects recovery fund (173-00-2632-2615) No limit
  • Facilities conservation improvement fund (173-00-8745-4912) No limit
  • State revolving fund services fee fund (173-00-2038-2700) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment – recycling program fund (173-00-2435-2031) No limit
  • Curtis office building maintenance reserve fund (173-00-2010-2190) No limit
  • Equipment lease purchase program administration clearing fund (173-00-8701-8000) No limit
  • Suspense fund (173-00-9075-9220) No limit
  • Electronic funds transfer suspense fund (173-00-9175-9490) No limit
  • Surplus property program fund – on budget (173-00-2323-2300) No limit
  • Surplus property program fund – off budget (173-00-6150-6150) No limit
  • Older Americans act title IIIB long-term care ombudsman federal fund (173-00-3287-3287) No limit
  • Older Americans act title VII long-term care ombudsman federal fund (173-00-3358-3140) No limit
  • Long-term care ombudsman gift and grant fund (173-00-7258-7280) No limit
  • Title XIX – long-term care ombudsman medical assistance program federal fund (173-00-3414-3414) No limit
  • Wireless enhanced 911grant fund (173-00-2577-2570) No limit
  • Bioscience development fund (173-00-2765-2703) No limit
  • Dwight D Eisenhower statue fund (173-00-7243-7243) No limit
  • Digital imaging program fund (173-00-6121-6121) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the digital imaging program fund for grants to state agencies for digital document imaging projects.

  • Cafeteria benefits fund (173-00-7720-7723) No limit
  • State workers compensation self-insurance fund (173-00-6170-6170) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the state workers compensation self-insurance fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures shall not exceed $4,783,691.

  • Dependent care assistance program fund (173-00-7740-7799) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the dependent care assistance program fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures shall not exceed $439,937.

  • Non-state employer group benefit fund (173-00-7707-7710) $133,226
  • Health benefits administration clearing fund – remit admin service org (173-00-7746-7746) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the health benefits administration clearing fund – remit admin service org for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for salaries and wages and other operating expenditures shall not exceed $11,215,900.

  • Health insurance premium reserve fund (173-00-7350-7350) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (173-00-3753) No limit

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for the above agency for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, for the secretary of administration, as part of the system of payroll accounting formulated under K.S.A. 75-5501, and amendments thereto, to establish a payroll deduction plan, for the purpose of allowing insurers, who are authorized to do business in the state of Kansas, to offer to state employees accident, disability, specified disease and hospital indemnity products, which may be purchased by such employees: Provided, however, That any such insurer and indemnity product shall be approved by the Kansas state employees health care commission prior to the establishment of such payroll deduction: Provided, That upon notification of an employing agency’s receipt of written authorization by any state employee, the director of accounts and reports shall make periodic deductions of amounts as specified in such authorization from the salary or wages of such state employee for the purpose of purchasing such indemnity products: Provided further, That, subject to the approval of the secretary of administration, the director of accounts and reports may prescribe procedures, limitations and conditions for making payroll deductions pursuant to this section.

(e) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $210,000 from the state highway fund to the state general fund for the purpose of reimbursing the state general fund for the cost of providing purchasing services to the department of transportation.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of administration is hereby authorized to approve refinancing of equipment being financed by state agencies through the department’s equipment financing program. Such refinancing project is hereby approved for the purposes of K.S.A. 74-8905(b), and amendments thereto.

(g) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated in any capital improvement account of any special revenue fund or funds or in any capital improvement account of the state general fund for the above agency for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from any such capital improvement account of any special revenue fund or funds or any such capital improvement account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purpose of making emergency repairs to any facility that is under the charge, care, management or control of the department of administration as provided by law: Provided, That the secretary of administration shall make a full report on such repairs and expenditures to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

(h) (1) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall record a debit to the state treasurer’s receivables for the state economic development initiatives fund and shall record a corresponding credit to the state economic development initiatives fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget that shall be equal to 75% of the amount estimated by the director of the budget to be transferred and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except that such amount shall be proportionally adjusted during fiscal year 2022 with respect to any change in the moneys to be transferred and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022. All moneys transferred and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022 shall reduce the amount debited and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund under this subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer’s receivables and to the state economic development initiatives fund pursuant to this subsection, to reflect all moneys actually transferred and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state treasurer of all amounts debited and credited to the state economic development initiatives fund pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the state economic development initiatives fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice thereof.

(i) (1) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall record a debit to the state treasurer’s receivables for the correctional institutions building fund and shall record a corresponding credit to the correctional institutions building fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget that shall be equal to 80% of the amount estimated by the director of the budget to be transferred and credited to the correctional institutions building fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except that such amount shall be proportionally adjusted during fiscal year 2022 with respect to any change in the moneys to be transferred and credited to the correctional institutions building fund during fiscal year 2022. All moneys transferred and credited to the correctional institutions building fund during fiscal year 2022 shall reduce the amount debited and credited to the correctional institutions building fund under this subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer’s receivables and to the correctional institutions building fund pursuant to this subsection, to reflect all moneys actually transferred and credited to the correctional institutions building fund during fiscal year 2022.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state treasurer of all amounts debited and credited to the correctional institutions building fund pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the correctional institutions building fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice thereof.

(j) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of administration, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the department of administration to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of administration. The secretary of administration shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(k) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • SIBF – state building insurance (173-00-8100-8920) $325,000

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 76-6b05, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the SIBF – state building insurance account of the state institutions building fund for state building insurance premiums.

(l) There is appropriated for the above agency from the correctional institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • CIBF – state building insurance (173-00-8600-8930) $400,000

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 76-6b09, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the CIBF – state building insurance account of the correctional institutions building fund for state building insurance premiums.

(m) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts from the appropriate federal fund or funds of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to the older Americans act title IIIB long-term care ombudsman federal fund (173-00-3287-3287) of the department of administration: Provided, That the aggregate of such amount or amounts transferred during fiscal year 2022 shall be equal to and shall not exceed the older Americans act title VII: ombudsman award and 4.38% of the Kansas older Americans act title III: part B supportive services award.

(n) (1) (A) Prior to August 15, 2021, the state board of regents shall determine and certify to the director of the budget each of the specific amounts from the amounts appropriated from the state general fund or from the moneys appropriated and available in the special revenue funds for each of the regents agencies to be transferred to and debited to the 27th payroll adjustment account of the state general fund by the director of accounts and reports pursuant to this subsection: Provided, That the aggregate of all such amounts certified to the director of the budget shall be an amount that is equal to or more than $1,184,054. The certification by the state board of regents shall specify the amount in each account of the state general fund or in each special revenue fund, or account thereof, that is designated by the state board of regents pursuant to this subsection for each of the regents agencies to be transferred to and debited to the 27th payroll adjustment account in the state general fund by the director of accounts and reports pursuant to this subsection. At the same time as such certification is transmitted to the director of the budget, the state board of regents shall transmit a copy of such certification to the director of legislative research.

(B) The director of the budget shall review each such certification from the state board of regents and shall certify a copy of each such certification from the state board of regents to the director of accounts and reports. At the same time as such certification is transmitted to the director of accounts and reports, the director of the budget shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(C) On August 15, 2021, in accordance with the certification by the director of the budget that is submitted to the director of accounts and reports under this subsection, the appropriation for fiscal year 2022 for each account of the state general fund, state economic development initiatives fund, state water plan fund and children’s initiatives fund that is appropriated or reappropriated for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature is hereby respectively lapsed by the amount equal to the amount certified under this subsection.

(2) In determining the amounts to be certified to the director of accounts and reports in accordance with this subsection, the director of the budget and the state board of regents shall consider any changed circumstances and unanticipated reductions in expenditures or unanticipated and required expenditures by the regents agencies for fiscal year 2022.

(3) As used in this subsection, “regents agency” means the state board of regents, Fort Hays state university, Kansas state university, Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs, Kansas state university veterinary medical center, Emporia state university, Pittsburg state university, the university of Kansas, the university of Kansas medical center and Wichita state university.

(4) The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to:

(A) Any money held in trust in a trust fund or held in trust in any other special revenue fund or funds of any regents agency;

(B) any moneys received from any agency or authority of the federal government or from any other federal source, other than any such federal moneys that are credited to or may be received and credited to special revenue funds of a regents agency and that are determined by the state board of regents to be federal moneys that may be transferred to and debited to the 27th payroll adjustment account of the state general fund by the director of accounts and reports pursuant to this subsection;

(C) any account of the Kansas educational building fund; or

(D) any fund of any regents agency in the state treasury, as determined by the director of the budget, that would experience financial or administrative difficulties as a result of executing the provisions of this subsection, including, but not limited to, cash-flow problems, the inability to meet ordinary expenditure obligations, or any conflicts with prevailing contracts, compacts or other provisions of law.

(5) Each amount transferred from any special revenue fund of any regents agency to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is transferred to reimburse the state general fund for accounting, auditing, budgeting, legal, payroll, personnel and purchasing services and any other governmental services that are performed on behalf of the regents agency involved by other state agencies that receive appropriations from the state general fund to provide such services.

(o) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for the above agency for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, for the secretary of administration to fix, charge and collect fees for architectural, engineering and management services provided for capital improvement projects of the state board of regents or any state educational institution, as defined by K.S.A. 76-711, and amendments thereto, for which the department of administration provides such services and which are financed in whole or in part by gifts, bequests or donations made by one or more private individuals or other private entities: Provided, That such fees for such services are hereby authorized to be fixed, charged and collected in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-1269, and amendments thereto, notwithstanding any provisions of K.S.A. 75-1269, and amendments thereto, to the contrary: Provided further, That all such fees received shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the architectural services recovery fund.

(p) (1) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall record a debit to the state treasurer’s receivables for the expanded lottery act revenues fund and shall record a corresponding credit to the expanded lottery act revenues fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget that shall be equal to the amount estimated by the director of the budget to be transferred and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except that such amount shall be proportionally adjusted during fiscal year 2022 with respect to any change in the moneys to be transferred and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund during fiscal year 2022. All moneys transferred and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund during fiscal year 2022 shall reduce the amount debited and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund under this subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer’s receivables and to the expanded lottery act revenues fund pursuant to this subsection, to reflect all moneys actually transferred and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund during fiscal year 2022.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state treasurer of all amounts debited and credited to the expanded lottery act revenues fund pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the expanded lottery act revenues fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice thereof.

(q) (1) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall record a debit to the state treasurer’s receivables for the children’s initiatives fund and shall record a corresponding credit to the children’s initiatives fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget that shall be equal to 50% of the amount estimated by the director of the budget to be transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, except that such amount shall be proportionally adjusted during fiscal year 2022 with respect to any change in the moneys to be transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022. Among other appropriate factors, the director of the budget shall take into consideration the estimated and actual receipts and interest earnings of the Kansas endowment for youth fund for fiscal year 2021 and fiscal year 2022 in determining the amount to be certified under this subsection. All moneys transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022 shall reduce the amount debited and credited to the children’s initiatives fund under this subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer’s receivables and to the children’s initiatives fund pursuant to this subsection to reflect all moneys actually transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund during fiscal year 2022.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state treasurer of all amounts debited and credited to the children’s initiatives fund pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the children’s initiatives fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice thereof.

(4) The reductions and adjustments prescribed to be made by the director of accounts and reports and the state treasurer pursuant to this subsection for the children’s initiatives fund to account for moneys actually received that are to be transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund shall be made after the reductions and adjustments prescribed to be made by the director of accounts and reports and the state treasurer pursuant to subsection (r) for the Kansas endowment for youth fund to account for moneys actually received that are to be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund.

(r) (1) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall record a debit to the state treasurer’s receivables for the Kansas endowment for youth fund and shall record a corresponding credit to the Kansas endowment for youth fund in an amount certified by the director of the budget that shall be equal to 75% of the amount approved for expenditure by the children’s cabinet during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, as certified by the director of the budget. All moneys received and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund during fiscal year 2022 shall reduce the amount debited and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund under this subsection.

(2) On June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall adjust the amounts debited and credited to the state treasurer’s receivables and to the Kansas endowment for youth fund pursuant to this subsection to reflect all moneys actually transferred and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund during fiscal year 2022.

(3) The director of accounts and reports shall notify the state treasurer of all amounts debited and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund pursuant to this subsection and all reductions and adjustments thereto made pursuant to this subsection. The state treasurer shall enter all such amounts debited and credited and shall make reductions and adjustments thereto on the books and records kept and maintained for the Kansas endowment for youth fund by the state treasurer in accordance with the notice thereof.

(4) The reductions and adjustments prescribed to be made by the director of accounts and reports and the state treasurer pursuant to this subsection for the Kansas endowment for youth fund to account for moneys actually received that are to be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the Kansas endowment for youth fund shall be made before the reductions and adjustments prescribed to be made by the director of accounts and reports and the state treasurer pursuant to subsection (q) for the children’s initiatives fund to account for moneys actually received that are to be transferred and credited to the children’s initiatives fund.

Sec. 57.

OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Information technology modernization (335-00-1000-0010) $1,726,639

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $3,400,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 52(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the network remediation account (335-00-1000-0040), the sum of $13,018 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,500,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 52(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the rehabilitation and repair account (335-00-1000-0050), the sum of $293,559 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 58.

OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair (335-00-1000-0050) $4,250,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rehabilitation and repair account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

Any unencumbered balance in the information technology modernization account (335-00-1000-0010) of the state general fund in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Information technology fund (335-00-6110-4030) No limit

Provided, That any moneys collected from a fee increase for information services recommended by the governor shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the information technology fund.

  • Information technology reserve fund (335-00-6147-4080) No limit
  • Public safety broadband services fund (335-00-2125-2125) No limit
  • GIS contracting services fund (335-00-2163-2163) No limit
  • GIS contracting services fund (335-00-6009-6009) No limit
  • State and local implementation grant – federal fund (335-00-3576-3576) No limit

Sec. 59.

KANSAS INFORMATION SECURITY OFFICE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Information technology fund (335-00-6110-4030) No limit

Provided, That any moneys collected from a fee increase for information services recommended by the governor shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the information technology fund.

  • Information technology reserve fund (335-00-6147-4080) No limit

Sec. 60.

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation for official hospitality established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 55(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the administrative hearings office fund (178-00-2582-2584) of the office of administrative hearings is hereby decreased from $50 to $20.

Sec. 61.

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Administrative hearings office fund (178-00-2582) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the administrative hearings office fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $20.

Sec. 62.

STATE BOARD OF TAX APPEALS

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $804,259 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 56(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operations expenditure account (562-00-1000-0103), the sum of $228,024 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 63.

STATE BOARD OF TAX APPEALS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (562-00-1000-0103) $668,411

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Duplicating fees fund (562-00-2219-2200) $5,000
  • BOTA filing fee fund (562-00-2240-2240) $1,235,468

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the above agency as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-2433, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for a member to continue to serve for a period of 180 days after the expiration of the member’s term during fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 64.

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $15,962,196 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 58(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditure accounts (565-00-1000-0303), the sum of $687,547 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 58(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the division of vehicles operating fund (565-00-2089-2020) of the department of revenue is hereby decreased from $50,768,614 to $50,032,100.

Sec. 65.

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (565-00-1000-0303) $14,443,154

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Sand royalty fund (565-00-2087-2010) No limit
  • Division of vehicles operating fund (565-00-2089-2020) $50,832,862

Provided, That all receipts collected under authority of K.S.A. 74-2012, and amendments thereto, shall be credited to the division of vehicles operating fund: Provided further, That any expenditure from the division of vehicles operating fund of the department of revenue to reimburse the audit services fund (540-00-9204-9000) of the division of post audit for a financial-compliance audit in an amount certified by the legislative post auditor shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the division of vehicles operating fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from this fund for the administration and operation of the department of revenue.

  • Vehicle dealers and manufacturers fee fund (565-00-2189-2030) No limit
  • Kansas qualified agricultural ethyl alcohol producer incentive fund (565-00-2215) No limit
  • Division of vehicles modernization fund (565-00-2390-2390) No limit
  • Kansas retail dealer incentive fund (565-00-2387-2380) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (565-00-2417-2050) No limit
  • Forfeited property fee fund (565-00-2428-2200) No limit
  • Setoff services revenue fund (565-00-2617-2080) No limit
  • Publications fee fund (565-00-2663-2090) No limit
  • Child support enforcement contractual agreement fund (565-00-2683-2110) No limit
  • County treasurers’ vehicle licensing fee fund (565-00-2687-2120) No limit
  • Tax amnesty recovery fund (565-00-2462-2462) No limit
  • Reappraisal reimbursement fund (565-00-2693-2130) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received for the costs incurred for conducting appraisals for any county shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the reappraisal reimbursement fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for the purpose of conducting appraisals pursuant to orders of the state board of tax appeals under K.S.A. 79-1479, and amendments thereto.

  • Special training fund (565-00-2016-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the special training fund for operating expenditures, including official hospitality, incurred for conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations: Provided further, That the secretary of revenue is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations sponsored or cosponsored by the department of revenue: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred for such conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations or for qualifying applicants for such conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations: And provided further, That all fees received for conferences, training seminars, workshops and examinations shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the special training fund.

  • Recovery fund for enforcement actions and attorney fees (565-00-2021-2060) No limit
  • Commercial vehicle information systems/network federal fund (565-00-3244-3244) No limit
  • Highway planning construction federal fund (565-00-3333-3333) No limit
  • State and community highway safety fund (565-00-3815-3815) No limit
  • Microfilming fund (565-00-2281-2270) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the microfilming fund to operate and maintain a microfilming activity to sell microfilming services to other state agencies: Provided further, That all moneys received for such services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the microfilming fund.

  • Miscellaneous trust bonds fund (565-00-7556-5180) No limit
  • Liquor excise tax guarantee bond fund (565-00-7604-5190) No limit
  • Non-resident contractors cash bond fund (565-00-7605-5200) No limit
  • Bond guaranty fund (565-00-7606-5210) No limit
  • Interstate motor fuel user cash bond fund (565-00-7616-5220) No limit
  • Motor fuel distributor cash bond fund (565-00-7617-5230) No limit
  • Special county mineral production tax fund (565-00-7668-5280) No limit
  • County drug tax fund (565-00-7680-5310) No limit
  • Escheat proceeds suspense fund (565-00-7753-5290) No limit
  • Privilege tax refund fund (565-00-9031-9300) No limit
  • Suspense fund (565-00-9032-9310) No limit
  • Cigarette tax refund fund (565-00-9033-9330) No limit
  • Motor-vehicle fuel tax refund fund (565-00-9035-9350) No limit
  • Cereal malt beverage tax refund fund (565-00-9036-9360) No limit
  • Income tax refund fund (565-00-9038-9370) No limit
  • Sales tax refund fund (565-00-9039-9380) No limit
  • Compensating tax refund fund (565-00-9040-9390) No limit
  • Alcoholic liquor tax refund fund (565-00-9041-9400) No limit
  • Cigarette/tobacco products regulation fund (565-00-2294-2190) No limit
  • Motor carrier tax refund fund (565-00-9042-9410) No limit
  • Car company tax fund (565-00-9043-9420) No limit
  • Protested motor carrier taxes fund (565-00-9044-9430) No limit
  • Tobacco products refund fund (565-00-9045-9440) No limit
  • Transient guest tax refund fund (established by K.S.A. 12-1694a) (565-00-9066-9450) No limit
  • Interstate motor fuel taxes clearing fund (565-00-9070-9710) No limit
  • Motor carrier permits escrow clearing fund (565-00-7581-5400) No limit
  • Transient guest tax refund fund (established by K.S.A. 12-16,100) (565-00-9074-9480) No limit
  • Interstate motor fuel taxes refund fund (565-00-9069-9010) No limit
  • Interfund clearing fund (565-00-9096-9510) No limit
  • Local alcoholic liquor clearing fund (565-00-9100-9700) No limit
  • International registration plan distribution clearing fund (565-00-9103-9520) No limit
  • Rental motor vehicle excise tax refund fund (565-00-9106-9730) No limit
  • International fuel tax agreement clearing fund (565-00-9072-9015) No limit
  • Mineral production tax refund fund (565-00-9121-9540) No limit
  • Special fuels tax refund fund (565-00-9122-9550) No limit
  • LP-gas motor fuels refund fund (565-00-9123-9560) No limit
  • Local alcoholic liquor refund fund (565-00-9124-9570) No limit
  • Sales tax clearing fund (565-00-9148-9580) No limit
  • Rental motor vehicle excise tax clearing fund (565-00-9187-9640) No limit
  • VIPS/CAMA technology hardware fund (565-00-2244-2170) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-2021, and amendments thereto, or of any other statute, expenditures may be made from the VIPS/CAMA technology hardware fund for the purposes of upgrading the VIPS/CAMA computer hardware and software for the state or for the counties and for administration and operation of the department of revenue.

  • County and city retailers sales tax clearing fund – county and city sales tax (565-00-9190-9610) No limit
  • City and county compensating use tax clearing fund (565-00-9191-9620) No limit
  • County and city transient guest tax clearing fund (565-00-9192-9630) No limit
  • Automated tax systems fund (565-00-2265-2265) No limit
  • Dyed diesel fuel fee fund (565-00-2286-2280) No limit
  • Electronic databases fee fund (565-00-2287-2180) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-2022, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from the electronic databases fee fund for the purposes of operating expenditures, including expenditures for capital outlay; of operating, maintaining or improving the vehicle information processing system (VIPS), the Kansas computer assisted mass appraisal system (CAMA) and other electronic database systems of the department of revenue, including the costs incurred to provide access to or to furnish copies of public records in such database systems and for the administration and operation of the department of revenue.

  • Photo fee fund (565-00-2084-2140) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 8-299, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from the photo fee fund for administration and operation of the driver license program and related support operations in the division of administration of the department of revenue, including costs of administering the provisions of K.S.A. 8-240, 8-243, 8-267, 8-1324 and 8-1325, and amendments thereto, relating to drivers licenses, instruction permits and identification cards.

  • Estate tax abatement refund fund (565-00-9082-9501) No limit
  • Distinctive license plate fund (565-00-2232-2230) No limit
  • Repossessed certificates of title fee fund (565-00-2015-2070) No limit
  • Hazmat fee fund (565-00-2365-2300) No limit
  • Intra-governmental service fund (565-00-6132-6101) No limit
  • Community improvement district sales tax administration fund (565-00-7675-5300) No limit
  • Community improvement district sales tax refund fund (565-00-9049-9455) No limit
  • Community improvement district sales tax clearing fund (565-00-9189-9655) No limit
  • Drivers license first responders indicator federal fund (565-00-3179-3179) No limit
  • Enforcing underage drinking federal fund (565-00-3219-3219) No limit
  • FDA tobacco program federal fund (565-00-3330-3330) No limit
  • Commercial vehicle administrative system fund (565-00-2098-2098) No limit
  • State charitable gaming regulation fund (565-00-2381-2385) No limit
  • Charitable gaming refund fund (565-00-9001-9001) No limit
  • Commercial driver’s license drive test fee fund (565-00-2816-2816) No limit
  • DUI-IID designation fund (565-00-2380-2370) No limit
  • MSA compliance fund (565-00-2274-2274) No limit
  • Alcoholic beverage control modernization fund (565-00-2299-2299) No limit
  • Native American veterans’ income tax refund fund No limit
  • Fleet rental vehicle administration fund (565-00-2799-2799) No limit
  • Fleet rental vehicle clearing fund (565-00-9089-9089) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $12,200,132 from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) of the department of transportation to the division of vehicles operating fund (565-00-2089-2020) of the department of revenue for the purpose of financing the cost of operation and general expense of the division of vehicles and related operations of the department of revenue.

(d) On August 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $77,250 from the accounting services recovery fund (173-00-6105-4010) of the department of administration to the setoff services revenue fund (565-00-2617-2080) of the department of revenue for reimbursing costs of recovering amounts owed to state agencies under K.S.A. 75-6201 et seq., and amendments thereto.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 8-145, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the state treasurer shall credit $1 of each division of vehicles modernization surcharge collected and remitted to the secretary of revenue in an amount not to exceed $500,000 to the digital imaging program fund (173-00-6121-6121) of the department of administration.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 8-145, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the state treasurer shall credit $1 of each division of vehicles modernization surcharge collected and remitted to the secretary of revenue in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 to the criminal justice information system line fund (083-00-2457-2400) of the attorney general – Kansas bureau of investigation.

(g) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 8-145, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the state treasurer shall credit $1 of each division of vehicles modernization surcharge collected and remitted to the secretary of revenue in an amount not to exceed $1,000,000 to the division of vehicles modernization fund (565-00-2390-2390) of the department of revenue.

(h) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $1,220,688 from the Kansas endowment for youth fund (365-00-7000-2000) to the MSA compliance fund (565-00-2274-2274) of the department of revenue.

Sec. 66.

KANSAS LOTTERY

(a) On the effective date of this act, the aggregate of the amounts authorized by section 59(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas to be transferred from the lottery operating fund (450-00-5123-5100) to the state gaming revenues fund (173-00-9011-9100) during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, is hereby decreased from $76,900,000 to $69,390,000.

Sec. 67.

KANSAS LOTTERY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Lottery prize payment fund (450-00-7381) No limit
  • Lottery operating fund (450-00-5123) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the lottery operating fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $5,000.

  • Expanded lottery receipts fund (450-00-5128) No limit
  • Lottery gaming facility manager fund (450-00-5129-5150) No limit
  • Expanded lottery act revenues fund (450-00-5127-5120) $0

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8711, and amendments thereto, and subject to the provisions of this subsection: (1) An amount of not less than $2,300,000 shall be certified by the executive director of the Kansas lottery to the director of accounts and reports on or before July 15, 2021; and (2) an amount of not less than $4,700,000 shall be certified by the executive director of the Kansas lottery to the director of accounts and reports on or before August 15, 2021, and on or before the 15th of each month thereafter through June 15, 2022: Provided, That, upon receipt of each such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the lottery operating fund (450-00-5123-5100) to the state gaming revenues fund (173-00-9011-9100) and shall credit such amount to the state gaming revenues fund (173-00-9011-9100) for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022: Provided, however, That, after the date that an amount of $54,000,000 has been transferred from the lottery operating fund to the state gaming revenues fund for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to this subsection, the executive director of the Kansas lottery shall continue to certify amounts to the director of accounts and reports on or before the 15th of each month through June 15, 2022, except that the amounts certified after such date shall not be subject to the minimum amount of $4,700,000: Provided further, That the amounts certified by the executive director of the Kansas lottery to the director of accounts and reports, after the date an amount of $54,000,000 has been transferred from the lottery operating fund to the state gaming revenues fund for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to this subsection, shall be determined by the executive director so that an aggregate of all amounts certified pursuant to this subsection for fiscal year 2022 is equal to or more than $69,590,000: And provided further, That the aggregate of all amounts transferred from the lottery operating fund to the state gaming revenues fund for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to this subsection shall be equal to or more than $69,590,000: And provided further, That the transfers prescribed by this subsection shall be the maximum amount possible while maintaining an adequate cash balance necessary to make expenditures for prize payments and operating costs: And provided further, That the transfers prescribed in this subsection shall include the total profit attributed to the special veterans benefit game under K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That the transfers prescribed by this subsection shall be made in lieu of transfers under K.S.A. 74-8711(d), and amendments thereto, for fiscal year 2022.

(c) In addition to the purposes for which expenditures of moneys in the lottery operating fund (450-00-5123-5100) may be made, as authorized by provisions of K.S.A. 74-8711, and amendments thereto, in fiscal year 2022, moneys in the lottery operating fund may be used for payment of all costs incurred in the operation and administration of the Kansas lottery, the Kansas lottery act and the Kansas expanded lottery act.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the lottery operating fund (450-00-5123-5100) to the state gaming revenues fund (173-00-9011-9100) the amount of total profit attributed to the veterans benefits game pursuant to K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto, during fiscal year 2022: Provided, That, the transfer to the veterans benefit lottery game fund (694-00-2303-2303) of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, authorized by section 49(f) represents the total profits derived from the veterans benefits game pursuant to K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto: Provided further, That on or before August 1, 2022, the executive director of the lottery shall report the amount of total profit attributed to the veterans benefits game pursuant to K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto, during fiscal year 2022 to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

Sec. 68.

KANSAS RACING AND GAMING COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State racing fund (553-00-5131-5000) No limit
  • Racing reimbursable expense fund (553-00-2616-2600) No limit
  • Racing applicant deposit fund (553-00-7383-7000) No limit
  • Kansas horse breeding development fund (553-00-2516-2300) No limit
  • Kansas greyhound breeding development fund (553-00-2601-2500) No limit

Provided, That notwithstanding K.S.A. 74-8831, and amendments thereto, all moneys transferred into this fund pursuant to K.S.A. 74-8767(b), and amendments thereto, shall be deposited to a separate account established for the purpose described in this proviso and moneys in this account shall be expended only to supplement special stake races and to enhance the amount per point paid to owners of Kansas-whelped greyhounds that win live races at Kansas greyhound tracks and pursuant to rules and regulations adopted by the Kansas racing and gaming commission: Provided further, That transfers from this account to the live greyhound racing purse supplement fund may be made in accordance with K.S.A. 74-8767(b), and amendments thereto.

  • Racing investigative expense fund (553-00-2570-2400) No limit
  • Horse fair racing benefit fund (553-00-2296-3000) No limit
  • Tribal gaming fund (553-00-2320-3700) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the tribal gaming fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Expanded lottery regulation fund (553-00-2535) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the expanded lottery regulation fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

  • Live horse racing purse supplement fund (553-00-2546-2800) No limit
  • Live greyhound racing purse supplement fund (553-00-2557-2900) No limit
  • Greyhound promotion and development fund (553-00-2561-3100) No limit
  • Gaming background investigation fund (553-00-2682-2680) No limit
  • Gaming machine examination fund (553-00-2998-2990) No limit
  • Education and training fund (553-00-2459-2450) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the education and training fund for operating expenditures, including official hospitality, incurred for hosting or providing training, in-service workshops and conferences: Provided further, That the Kansas racing and gaming commission is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for hosting or providing training, in-service workshops and conferences: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred for hosting or providing such training, in-service workshops and conferences: And provided further, That all fees received for hosting or providing such training, in-service workshops and conferences shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the education and training fund.

  • Illegal gambling enforcement fund (553-00-2734-2690) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the illegal gambling enforcement fund for direct or indirect operating expenditures incurred for investigatory seizure and forfeiture activities, including, but not limited to: (1) Conducting investigations of illegal gambling operations or activities; (2) participating in illegal gaming in order to collect or purchase evidence as part of an undercover investigation into illegal gambling operations; and (3) acquiring information or making contacts leading to illegal gaming activities: Provided, however, That all moneys that are expended for any such evidence purchase, information acquisition or similar investigatory purpose or activity from whatever funding source and that are recovered shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the illegal gambling enforcement fund: Provided further, That any moneys received or awarded to the Kansas racing and gaming commission for such enforcement activities shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the illegal gambling enforcement fund.

(b) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $450,000 from the state general fund to the tribal gaming fund (553-00-2320-3700) of the Kansas racing and gaming commission.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer one or more amounts certified by the executive director of the state gaming agency from the tribal gaming fund to the state general fund: Provided, That all such transfers shall be for the purpose of reimbursing the state general fund for the amount equal to the net amount obtained by subtracting (1) the aggregate of any costs incurred by the state gaming agency during fiscal year 2022 for any arbitration or litigation in connection with the administration and enforcement of tribal-state gaming compacts or the provisions of the tribal gaming oversight act, from (2) the aggregate of the amounts transferred to the tribal gaming fund (553-00-2320-3700) of the Kansas racing and gaming commission during fiscal year 2022 for the operating expenditures for the state gaming agency and any other expenses incurred in connection with the administration and enforcement of tribal-state gaming compacts or the provisions of the tribal gaming oversight act.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all payments for services provided by the Kansas bureau of investigation shall be paid by the Kansas racing and gaming commission in accordance with K.S.A. 75-5516(b), and amendments thereto, pursuant to bills that are presented in a timely manner by the Kansas bureau of investigation for services rendered.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the moneys appropriated in the tribal gaming fund (553-00-2320-3700) for fiscal year 2022 for the Kansas racing and gaming commission by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures, which are hereby authorized, may be made from the tribal gaming fund for fiscal year 2022 for the state gaming agency regulatory oversight of class III gaming, including, but not limited to, the regulatory oversight and law enforcement activities of monitoring compliance with tribal-state gaming compacts and conducting investigations of violations of tribal-state gaming compacts, investigations of criminal violations of the laws of this state at tribal gaming facilities, criminal violations of the tribal gaming oversight act, background investigations of applicants and vendors and investigations of other criminal activities related to tribal gaming.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8831, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall not make the transfer from the Kansas greyhound breeding development fund (553-00-2601-2500) of the Kansas racing and gaming commission to the greyhound tourism fund of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks that is directed to be made on or before June 30, 2022, by K.S.A. 74-8831(b)(1), and amendments thereto, and shall transfer on or before June 30, 2022, the amount equal to 15% of all moneys credited to the Kansas greyhound breeding development fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the Kansas greyhound breeding development fund to the greyhound promotion and development fund (553-00-2561-3100) of the Kansas racing and gaming commission.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, the Kansas racing and gaming commission is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect additional fees to recover all or part of the direct and indirect costs or operating expenses incurred or expected to be incurred by the Kansas racing and gaming commission for the regulation of racing activities that are not otherwise recovered from a parimutuel facility licensee under authority of any other statute: Provided, That such fees shall be in addition to all taxes and other fees otherwise authorized by law: Provided further, That such costs or operating expenses shall include all or part of any auditing, drug testing, accounting, security and law enforcement, licensing of any office or other facility for use by a parimutuel facility licensee or projects to update and upgrade information technology software or facilities of the commission and shall specifically include any general operating expenses that are associated with regulatory activities attributable to the entity upon which any such fee is imposed and all expenses related to reopening any race track or other racing facility: And provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the state racing fund (553-00-5131-5000).

Sec. 69.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $11,877,926 reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the KBA grants commitments account (300-00-1000-800), the sum of $1,292,926 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $8,383,532 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the operating grant (including official hospitality) account (300-00-1900-1110), the sum of $24,695 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $503,164 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the older Kansans employment program account (300-00-1900-1140), the sum of $32 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,008,583 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the rural opportunity zones program account (300-00-1900-1150), the sum of $231 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the $7,941 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the senior community service employment program account (300-00-1900-1160), the sum of $2 is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, of the $195,880 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the strong military bases program account (300-00-1900-1170), the sum of $29 is hereby lapsed.

(g) On the effective date of this act, of the $502,084 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 61(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the creative arts industries commission account (300-00-1900-1188), the sum of $113 is hereby lapsed.

(h) On the effective date of this act, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-4804, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $45,245 from the state economic development initiatives fund (300-00-1900-1100) to the state general fund.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, upon certification by the secretary of commerce to the director of accounts and reports and the director of the budget that the unencumbered balance of the KBA grant commitments account of the state general fund is insufficient to pay an amount necessary to meet the contractual obligation for fiscal year 2021, and upon approval of the director of the budget, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount equal to such certified amount from the state general fund to the KBA grant commitments account of the state general fund of the department of commerce: Provided, That the secretary shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research at the same time that the secretary submits a certification to the director of accounts and reports and the director of the budget.

(j) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of the Kansas public broadcasting council act, K.S.A. 75-4912 through 75-4926, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the above agency shall not expend any moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2021 from the state economic development initiatives fund or from any special revenue fund or funds of such agency by chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature to any public broadcasting station that moved to a different location or has a plan to move to a different location, approved by the board of directors or management of such public broadcasting station, during such fiscal year.

Sec. 70.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Tourism operating expenditures (300-00-1000) $10,000

Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the KBA grant commitments account of the state general fund is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Main street program (300-00-1900-1175) $825,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the main street program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Older Kansans employment program (300-00-1900-1140) $503,164

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the older Kansans employment program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Rural opportunity zones program (300-00-1900-1150) $1,008,583

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the rural opportunity zones program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Senior community service employment program (300-00-1900-1160) $7,941

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the senior community service employment program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Strong military bases program (300-00-1900-1170) $195,880

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the strong military bases program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Governor’s council of economic advisors (300-00-1900-1185) $193,795

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the governor’s council of economic advisors account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Creative arts industries commission (300-00-1900-1188) $502,084

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the creative arts industries commission account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating grant (including official hospitality) (300-00-1900-1110) $8,383,532

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating grant (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the operating grant (including official hospitality) account for certified development companies that have been determined to be qualified for grants by the secretary of commerce, except that expenditures for such grants shall not be made for grants to more than 10 certified development companies that have been determined to be qualified for grants by the secretary of commerce.

  • Public broadcasting grants (300-00-1900-1190) $500,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the public broadcasting grants account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Build up Kansas (300-00-1900-1230) $125,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the build up Kansas account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Community development (300-00-1900-1240) $644,061

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the community development account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • International trade (300-00-1900-1250) $203,771

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the international trade account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Travel and tourism operating expenditures (300-00-1900) $1,701,576

Provided, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $4,000: Provided further, That expenditures in the amount of $100,000 shall be made from this account during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the purposes of educating farmers and ranchers about leasing, hunting and other agritourism possibilities and to assist in diversifying farm or ranch operations with agritourism business: And provided further, That the above agency shall submit a report to the house agriculture and natural resources budget committee on or before February 15, 2022, detailing the agency’s efforts to educate and assist farmers and ranchers on agritourism possibilities.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Job creation program fund (300-00-2467-2467) No limit
  • Kan-grow engineering fund – KU (300-00-2494-2494) $3,500,000
  • Kan-grow engineering fund – KSU (300-00-2494-2495) $3,500,000
  • Kan-grow engineering fund – WSU (300-00-2494-2496) $3,500,000
  • Kansas creative arts industries commission special gifts fund (300-00-7004-7004) No limit
  • Governor’s council of economic advisors private operations fund (300-00-2761-2701) No limit
  • Publication and other sales fund (300-00-2048) No limit
  • Conversion of equipment and materials fund (300-00-2411-2220) No limit
  • Conference registration and disbursement fund (300-00-2049) No limit
  • Reimbursement and recovery fund (300-00-2275) No limit
  • Community development block grant – federal fund (300-00-3669) No limit
  • National main street center fund (300-00-7325-7000) No limit
  • IMPACT program services fund (300-00-2176) No limit
  • IMPACT program repayment fund (300-00-7388) No limit
  • Kansas partnership fund (300-00-7525-7020) No limit
  • Publication and other sales fund (300-00-2399-2399) No limit

Provided, That in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the publication and other sales fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made from such fund for the purpose of compensating federal aid program expenditures, if necessary, in order to comply with the requirements established by the United States fish and wildlife service for utilization of federal aid funds: Provided further, That all such expenditures shall be in addition to any expenditures made from the publication and other sales fund for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the secretary of commerce shall report all such expenditures to the governor and legislature as appropriate.

  • General fees fund (300-00-2310) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for loans pursuant to loan agreements, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of commerce in accordance with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the secretary therefor under programs of the department.

  • Athletic fee fund (300-00-2599-2500) No limit
  • WIOA adult – federal fund (300-00-3270) No limit
  • WIOA youth activities – federal fund (300-00-3039) No limit
  • WIOA dislocated workers – federal fund (300-00-3428) No limit
  • Trade adjustment assistance – federal fund (300-00-3273) No limit
  • Disabled veterans outreach program – federal fund (300-00-3274-3242) No limit
  • Local veterans employment representative program – federal fund (300-00-3274-3240) No limit
  • Wagner Peyser employment services – federal fund (300-00-3275) No limit
  • Senior community service employment program – federal fund (300-00-3100-3510) No limit
  • Indirect cost – federal fund (300-00-2340-2300) No limit
  • Temporary labor certification foreign workers – federal fund (300-00-3448) No limit
  • Work opportunity tax credit – federal fund (300-00-3447-3447) No limit
  • American job link alliance – federal fund (300-00-3100-3516) No limit
  • American job link alliance job corps – federal fund (300-00-3100-3512) No limit
  • Child care/development block grant – federal fund (300-00-3028-3028) No limit
  • Enterprise facilitation fund (300-00-2378-2710) No limit
  • Unemployment insurance – federal fund (300-00-3335) No limit
  • State small business credit initiative – federal fund (300-00-3567) No limit
  • Creative arts industries commission gifts, grants and bequests – federal fund (300-00-3210-3218) No limit
  • Kansas creative arts industries commission checkoff fund (300-00-2031-2031) No limit
  • Workforce data quality initiative – federal fund (300-00-3237-3237) No limit
  • AJLA special revenue fund (300-00-2190-2190) No limit
  • RETAIN extension – federal fund (300-00-3770) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund – federal fund (300-00-3753) No limit
  • Workforce innovation – federal fund (300-00-3581) No limit
  • Reemployment connections initiative – federal fund (300-00-3585) No limit
  • SBA STEP grant – federal fund (300-00-3573-3573) No limit
  • Apprenticeship USA state – federal fund (300-00-3949) No limit
  • Kansas health profession opportunity project – federal fund (300-00-3951) No limit
  • Second chance grant – federal fund (300-00-3895) No limit
  • H-1B technical skills training grant – federal fund (300-00-3400) No limit
  • State broadband data development grant – federal fund (300-00-3782-3700) No limit
  • Transition assistance program grant – federal fund (300-00-3451-3451) No limit

(d) The secretary of commerce is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for: (1) The provision and administration of conferences held for the purposes of programs and activities of the department of commerce and for which fees are not specifically prescribed by statute; (2) sale of publications of the department of commerce and for sale of educational and other promotional items and for which fees are not specifically prescribed by statute; and (3) promotional and other advertising and related economic development activities and services provided under economic development programs and activities of the department of commerce: Provided, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing such services, conferences, publications and items, advertising and other economic development activities and services provided under economic development programs and activities of the department of commerce for which fees are not specifically prescribed by statute: Provided further, That all such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to one or more special revenue fund or funds of the department of commerce as specified by the secretary of commerce: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from such special revenue fund or funds of the department of commerce for fiscal year 2022, in accordance with the provisions of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, for operating expenses incurred in providing such services, conferences, publications and items, advertising, programs and activities and for operating expenses incurred in providing similar economic development activities and services provided under economic development programs and activities of the department of commerce.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of commerce from moneys appropriated in any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the department of commerce as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, expenditures may be made by the department of commerce from moneys appropriated in any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for official hospitality.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of commerce, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state economic development initiatives fund for the department of commerce to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state economic development initiatives fund for the department of commerce. The secretary of commerce shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(g) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-4804, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, on July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $15,080,736 from the state economic development initiatives fund (300-00-1900-1100) to the state general fund.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, upon certification by the secretary of commerce to the director of accounts and reports and the director of the budget that the unencumbered balance of the KBA grant commitments account of the state general fund is insufficient to pay an amount necessary to meet contractual obligations for fiscal year 2022, and upon approval of the director of the budget, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount equal to such certified amount from the state general fund to the KBA grant commitments account of the state general fund of the department of commerce: Provided, That the secretary shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research at the same time that the secretary submits a certification to the director of accounts and reports and the director of the budget.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of the Kansas public broadcasting council act, K.S.A. 75-4912 through 75-4926, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the above agency shall not expend any moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2022 from the state economic development initiatives fund or from any special revenue fund or funds of such agency by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature to any public broadcasting station that moved to a different location or has a plan to move to a different location, approved by the board of directors or management of such public broadcasting station, during such fiscal year.

Sec. 71.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, notwithstanding the provisions of the Kansas public broadcasting council act, K.S.A. 75-4912 through 75-4926, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the above agency shall not expend any moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2023 from the state economic development initiatives fund or from any special revenue fund or funds of such agency by this or other appropriation act of the 2021, 2022 or 2023 regular session of the legislature to any public broadcasting station that moved to a different location or has a plan to move to a different location, approved by the board of directors or management of such public broadcasting station, during such fiscal year.

Sec. 72.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2024, notwithstanding the provisions of the Kansas public broadcasting council act, K.S.A. 75-4912 through 75-4926, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the above agency shall not expend any moneys appropriated for fiscal year 2024 from the state economic development initiatives fund or from any special revenue fund or funds of such agency by this or other appropriation act of the 2021, 2022, 2023 or 2024 regular session of the legislature to any public broadcasting station that moved to a different location or has a plan to move to a different location, approved by the board of directors or management of such public broadcasting station, during such fiscal year.

Sec. 73.

KANSAS HOUSING RESOURCES CORPORATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State housing trust fund (175-00-7370-7000) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the state housing trust fund shall be made by the Kansas housing resources corporation for the purposes of administering and supporting housing programs of the Kansas housing resources corporation.

Sec. 74.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,191,921 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 64(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (296-00-1000-0503), the sum of $157 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $11,556 from the operating expenditures account (296-00-1000-0503) of the state general fund to the amusement ride safety account (296-00-1000-0513) of the state general fund.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 134(d) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the workmen’s compensation fee fund (296-00-2124-2228) of the department of labor for capital improvement purposes is hereby increased from $885,000 to $1,345,000.

Sec. 75.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (296-00-1000-0503) $1,035,455

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from this account for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, expenditures may be made from this account for the costs incurred for court reporting under K.S.A. 72-2218 et seq. and 75-4321 et seq., and amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality by the secretary of labor shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Amusement ride safety (296-00-1000-0513) $270,731

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the amusement ride safety account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Workmen’s compensation fee fund (296-00-2124-2220) $13,003,257
  • Occupational health and safety – federal fund (296-00-3339-3210) No limit
  • Employment security interest assessment fund (296-00-2771-2700) No limit
  • Special employment security fund (296-00-2120-2000) No limit
  • Employment security administration fund (296-00-3335-3100) No limit
  • Wage claims assignment fee fund (296-00-2204-2240) No limit
  • Department of labor special projects fund (296-00-2041-2105) No limit
  • Federal indirect cost offset fund (296-00-2302-2280) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 44‐716a, and amendments thereto, or any statute to the contrary, during fiscal year 2022, the secretary of labor, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer from the special employment security fund of the Kansas department of labor to the department of labor federal indirect cost offset fund the portion of such amount that is determined necessary to be in compliance with the employment security law: Provided further, That, upon approval of any such transfer by the director of the budget, notification will be provided to the Kansas legislative research department.

  • Employment security fund (296-00-7056-7200) No limit
  • Labor force statistics federal fund (296-00-3742-3742) No limit
  • Compensation and working conditions federal fund (296-00-3743-3743) No limit
  • Employment services Wagner-Peyser funded activities federal fund (296-00-3275-3275) No limit
  • Dispute resolution fund (296-00-2587-2270) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received by the secretary of labor for reimbursement of expenditures for the costs incurred for mediation under K.S.A. 72-2232, and amendments thereto, and for fact-finding under K.S.A. 72-2233, and amendments thereto, shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the dispute resolution fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to pay the costs incurred for mediation under K.S.A. 72-2232, and amendments thereto, and for fact-finding under K.S.A. 72-2233, and amendments thereto, subject to full reimbursement therefor by the board of education and the professional employees’ organization involved in such mediation and fact-finding procedures.

  • Indirect cost fund (296-00-2781-2781) No limit
  • Workforce data quality initiative – federal fund (296-00-3237-3237) No limit
  • Employment security fund clearing account (296-00-7055-7100) No limit
  • Employment security fund benefit account(296-00-7054-7000) No limit
  • Employment security fund – special suspense account (296-00-7057-7300) No limit
  • Employment security fund trust account (296-00-7056-7200) No limit
  • Special wage payment clearing trust fund (296-00-7362-7500) No limit
  • Economic adjustment assistance – federal fund (296-00-3415-3415) No limit
  • Social security administration disability – federal fund (296-00-3309-3309) No limit
  • Amusement ride safety fund (296-00-2224-2250) No limit
  • KDOL off-budget fund (296-00-6112-6100) No limit
  • Renovation bond fund (296-00-8432-8411) No limit
  • SNAP employment and training pilot – federal fund (296-00-3321-3350) No limit
  • Anti-human trafficking – federal fund (296-00-3644-3644) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (296-00-3753) No limit

Sec. 76.

KANSAS COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures – administration (694-00-1000-0103) $592,236

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures – administration account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating expenditures – veteran services (694-00-1000-0203) $984,776

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures – veteran services account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

  • Operations – state veterans cemeteries (694-00-1000-0703) $611,447

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operations – state veterans cemeteries account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,200.

  • Operating expenditures – Kansas soldiers’ home (694-00-1000-0403) $1,852,514

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures – Kansas soldiers’ home account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating expenditures – Kansas veterans’ home (694-00-1000-0503) $543,520

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures – Kansas veterans’ home account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Veterans claim assistance program – service grants (694-00-1000-0903) $700,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the veterans claim assistance program – service grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from the veterans claim assistance program – service grants account shall be made only for the purpose of awarding service grants to veterans service organizations for the purpose of aiding veterans in obtaining federal benefits: Provided, however, That no expenditures shall be made by the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office from the veterans claim assistance program – service grants account for operating expenditures or overhead for administering the grants in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 73-1234, and amendments thereto.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Soldiers’ home fee fund (694-00-2241-2100) No limit
  • Soldiers’ home benefit fund (694-00-7903-5400) No limit
  • Soldiers’ home work therapy fund (694-00-7951-5600) No limit
  • Soldiers’ home medicare fund (694-00-3168-3100) No limit
  • Soldiers’ home medicaid fund (694-00-2464-2464) No limit
  • Veterans’ home medicare fund (694-00-3893-3893) No limit
  • Veterans’ home medicaid fund (694-00-2469-2469) No limit
  • Veterans’ home fee fund (694-00-2236-2200) No limit
  • Veterans’ home canteen fund (694-00-7809-5300) No limit
  • Veterans’ home benefit fund (694-00-7904-5500) No limit
  • Soldiers’ home outpatient clinic fund (694-00-2258-2300) No limit
  • State veterans cemeteries fee fund (694-00-2332-2600) No limit
  • State veterans cemeteries donations and contributions fund (694-00-7308-5200) No limit
  • Outpatient clinic patient federal reimbursement fund – federal (694-00-3205-3300) No limit
  • VA burial reimbursement fund – federal (694-00-3212-3310) No limit
  • Federal domiciliary per diem fund (694-00-3220) No limit
  • Federal long term care per diem fund (694-00-3232) No limit
  • Commission on veterans affairs federal fund (694-00-3241-3340) No limit
  • Kansas veterans memorials fund (694-00-7332-5210) No limit
  • Vietnam war era veterans’ recognition award fund (694-00-7017-7000) No limit
  • Kansas hometown heroes fund (694-00-7003-7001) No limit
  • Persian gulf war veterans health initiatives fund (694-00-2304-2500) No limit
  • Construction state home facilities fund (694-00-3018-3000) No limit
  • State cemetery grants fund (694-00-3048) No limit
  • Kansas soldier home construction grant fund (694-00-3075) No limit
  • Winfield veterans home acquisition construction fund (694-00-8806-8200) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (694-00-3753) No limit
  • CARES provider relief fund (694-00-3754) No limit
  • Veterans benefit lottery game fund (694-00-2303) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the veterans benefit lottery game fund shall be in an amount equal to 50% for operating expenditures and capital improvements of the above agency, or for the use and benefit of the Kansas veterans’ home, the Kansas soldiers’ home and the state veterans cemetery system; and 50% for the veterans enhanced service delivery program.

(c) (1) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 73-1231, 73-1233, 75-3728g, 76-1906 or 76-1953, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer moneys that are credited to a special revenue fund of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office to another special revenue fund of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office. The director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(2) As used in this subsection, “special revenue fund” means the soldiers’ home fee fund (694-00-2241-2100), veterans’ home fee fund (694-00-2236-2200), soldiers’ home outpatient clinic fund (694-00-2258-2300), soldiers’ home benefit fund (694-00-7903-5400), soldiers’ home work therapy fund (694-00-7951-5600), veterans’ home canteen fund (694-00-7809-5300), veterans’ home benefit fund (694-00-7904-5500), Persian Gulf War veterans health initiative fund (694-00-2304-2500), state veterans cemeteries fee fund (694-00-2332-2600), state veterans cemeteries donations and contributions fund (694-00-7308-5200) and Kansas veterans memorials fund (694-00-7332-5210).

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office. The director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office to the Vietnam war era veterans’ recognition award fund (694-00-7017-7000). The director of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(f) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $1,260,000 from the lottery operating fund (450-00-5123-5100) of the Kansas lottery to the veterans benefit lottery game fund (694-00-2303-2303) of the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office.

Sec. 77.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • State trauma fund (264-00-1000-1720) $150,000

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,244,144 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 68(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account (264-00-1000-0202), the sum of $323,892 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $3,394,066 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 68(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) – health account (264-00-1000-0270), the sum of $684,487 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $12,570,690 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 68(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the aid to local units – primary health projects account (264-00-1000-0460), the sum of $116,124 is hereby lapsed.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the moneys that are identified as moneys from the federal government for coronavirus relief aid to the state of Kansas and appropriated in any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2021, as authorized by section 68 of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys appropriated from such special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2021 to reimburse for testing certified testing laboratories that have entered into an agreement with the above agency and are providing community COVID-19 testing to the general public.

Sec. 78.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (264-00-1000-0202) $4,157,704

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) – health (264-00-1000-0270) $3,410,238

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) – health account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Vaccine purchases (264-00-1000-0900) $329,607

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the vaccine purchases account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Aid to local units (264-00-1000-0350) $5,805,709

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the aid to local units account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, except as provided in subsection (k), all expenditures from this account for state financial assistance to local health departments shall be in accordance with the formula prescribed by K.S.A. 65-241 through 65-246, and amendments thereto.

  • Aid to local units – primary health projects (264-00-1000-0460) $12,570,690

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the aid to local units – primary health projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That prescription support expenditures shall be made from the aid to local units – primary health projects account for: (1) Purchasing drug inventory under section 340B of the federal public health service act for community health center grantees and federally qualified health center look-alikes who qualify; (2) increasing access to prescription drugs by subsidizing a portion of the costs for the benefit of patients at section 340B participating clinics on a sliding fee scale; and (3) expanding access to prescription medication assistance programs by making expenditures to support operating costs of assistance programs: And provided further, That funded clinics shall be not-for-profit or publicly funded primary care clinics or dental clinics, including federally qualified community health centers and federally qualified community health center look-alikes, as defined by 42 U.S.C. § 330, that provide comprehensive primary health care or dental services, offer sliding fee discounts based upon household income and serve any person regardless of ability to pay and have a unique patient panel that, at a minimum, represents the income-based disparities of the community: And provided further, That policies determining patient eligibility due to income or insurance status may be determined by each community but must be clearly documented and posted: And provided further, That of the moneys appropriated in the aid to local units – primary health projects account, not less than $12,570,690 shall be distributed for community-based primary care grants and services provided by the community care network of Kansas.

  • Infant and toddler program (264-00-1000-0570) $4,000,000
  • Aid to local units – women’s wellness (264-00-1000-0610) $94,296

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the aid to local units – women’s wellness account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the aid to local units – women’s wellness account shall be in accordance with grant agreements entered into by the secretary of health and environment and grant recipients.

  • Immunization programs 264-00-1000-1400) $397,418

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the immunization programs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Breast cancer screening program (264-00-1000-1300) $219,336

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the breast cancer screening program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Pregnancy maintenance initiative (264-00-1000-1100) $338,846

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the pregnancy maintenance initiative account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Cerebral palsy posture seating (264-00-1000-1500) $303,537

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the cerebral palsy posture seating account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the cerebral palsy posture seating account for posture seating for adults.

  • PKU treatment (264-00-1000-1710) $199,274

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the PKU treatment account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Teen pregnancy prevention activities (264-00-1000-0650) $338,846

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the teen pregnancy prevention activities account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • State trauma fund (264-00-1000-1720) $300,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state trauma fund in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Lyme disease prevention and research (264-00-1000-0670) $140,000

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Disease control and prevention investigations and technical assistance – federal fund (264-00-3150) No limit
  • Health and environment training fee fund – health (264-00-2183-2160) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the health and environment training fee fund – health for acquisition and distribution of division of public health program literature and films and for participation in or conducting training seminars for training employees of the division of public health of the department of health and environment, for training recipients of state aid from the division of public health of the department of health and environment and for training representatives of industries affected by rules and regulations of the department of health and environment relating to the division of public health: Provided further, That the secretary of health and environment is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover costs incurred for such acquisition and distribution of literature and films and for the operation of such seminars: And provided further, That such fees may be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs: And provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the health and environment training fee fund – health: And provided further, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment for the division of public health from moneys appropriated from the health and environment training fee fund – health for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment from the health and environment training fee fund – health for fiscal year 2022 for agency operations for the division of public health.

  • Health facilities review fund (264-00-2505-2250) No limit
  • Insurance statistical plan fund (264-00-2243-2840) No limit
  • Health and environment publication fee fund – health (264-00-2541-2190) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the health and environment publication fee fund – health shall be made only for the purpose of paying the expenses of publishing documents as required by K.S.A. 75-5662, and amendments thereto.

  • District coroners fund (264-00-2653-2320) No limit
  • Sponsored project overhead fund – health (264-00-2912-2710) No limit
  • Tuberculosis elimination and laboratory – federal fund (264-00-17-3559-3559) No limit
  • Maternity centers and child care facilities licensing fee fund (264-00-2731-2731) No limit
  • Child care and development block grant – federal fund (264-00-3028-3450) No limit
  • Federal supplemental funding for tobacco prevention and control – federal fund (264-00-3574-3574) No limit
  • Coordinated chronic disease prevention and health promotion program – federal fund (264-00-3575-3575) No limit
  • Office of rural health – federal fund (264-00-3031-3640) No limit
  • Emergency medical services for children – federal fund (264-00-3292-3292) No limit
  • Primary care offices – federal fund (264-00-3293-3293) No limit
  • Injury intervention – federal fund (264-00-3294-3294) No limit
  • Oral health workforce activities – federal fund (264-00-3297-3297) No limit
  • Rural hospital flex program – federal fund (264-00-3298-3298) No limit
  • Hospital bioterrorism preparedness – federal fund (264-00-3398-3398) No limit
  • Kansas coalition against sexual and domestic violence – federal fund (264-00-17-3907-3907) No limit
  • ARRA collaborative component I – federal fund (264-00-3890-3891) No limit
  • ARRA collaborative component III – federal fund (264-00-17-3890-3892) No limit
  • ARRA ambulatory surgical center ASC/HAI medicare – federal fund (264-00-3486-3486) No limit
  • Medicare – federal fund (264-00-3064-3062) No limit

Provided, That transfers of moneys from the medicare – federal fund to the state fire marshal may be made during fiscal year 2022 pursuant to a contract, which is hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of health and environment and the state fire marshal to provide fire and safety inspections for hospitals.

  • Migrant health program – federal fund (264-00-3069-3070) No limit
  • Tuberculosis prevention – federal fund (264-00-3071-4610) No limit
  • Strengthen public health immunization infrastructure – federal fund (264-00-3568-3568) No limit
  • Healthy homes and lead poisoning prevention – federal fund (264-00-3572-3572) No limit
  • Children’s mercy hospital lead program – federal fund (264-00-3152-3154) No limit
  • Women, infants and children health program – federal fund (264-00-3077-3103) No limit
  • Immunization and vaccines for children grants – federal fund (264-00-3747-3741) No limit
  • Home visiting grant – federal fund (264-00-3503-3503) No limit
  • Preventive health block grant – federal fund (264-00-3614-3200) No limit
  • Maternal and child health block grant – federal fund (264-00-3616-3210) No limit
  • National center for health statistics – federal fund (264-00-3617-3220) No limit
  • Title X family planning services program – federal fund (264-00-3622-3271) No limit
  • Comprehensive STD prevention systems – federal fund (264-00-3070-3080) No limit
  • Make a difference information network – federal fund (264-00-3234-3234) No limit
  • Ryan White title II – federal fund (264-00-3328-3310) No limit
  • Bicycle helmet distribution – federal fund (264-00-3815-3815) No limit
  • Bicycle helmet revolving fund (264-00-2575-2630) No limit
  • SSA fee fund (264-00-2269-2030) No limit
  • Childhood lead poisoning prevention program – federal fund (264-00-3296-3296) No limit
  • State implementation projects for prevention of secondary conditions – federal fund (264-00-3087-4405) No limit
  • Title IV-E – federal fund (264-00-3326-3900) No limit
  • HIV prevention projects – federal fund (264-00-3740-3521) No limit
  • HIV/AIDS surveillance – federal fund (264-00-3399-3399) No limit
  • Infants & toddlers Prt C – federal fund (264-00-3516-3171) No limit
  • Universal newborn hearing screening – federal fund (264-00-3459-3459) No limit
  • State loan repayment program – federal fund (264-00-3760-3755) No limit
  • Opt-out testing initiative – federal fund (264-00-3801-3801) No limit
  • Adult lead surveillance data – federal fund (264-00-3496-3496) No limit
  • Medical reserve corps contract – federal fund (264-00-3502-3502) No limit
  • Trauma fund (264-00-2513-2230) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment for fiscal year 2022 from the trauma fund of the department of health and environment – division of public health for the stroke prevention project: Provided further, That expenditures from the trauma fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $3,000.

  • Homeland security – federal fund (264-00-3329-3319) No limit
  • Refugee assistance – federal fund (264-00-3378-3345) No limit
  • Personal responsibility education program – federal fund (264-00-3494-3494) No limit
  • Kansas vital records for quality improvement – federal fund (264-00-3098-3098) No limit
  • Kansas early detection works breast & cervical cancer screening services – federal fund (264-00-3099-3099) No limit
  • Kansas public health approaches for ensuring quitline capacity – federal fund (264-00-3097-3097) No limit
  • Diagnostic x-ray program – federal fund (264-00-3511-3160) No limit
  • HRSA small hospital improvement grant program – federal fund (264-00-3371-3371) No limit
  • State indoor radon grant – federal fund (264-00-3884-3930) No limit
  • Gifts, grants and donations fund – health (264-00-7311-7090) No limit
  • Special bequest fund – health (264-00-7366-7050) No limit
  • Civil registration and health statistics fee fund (264-00-2291-2295) No limit
  • Power generating facility fee fund (264-00-2131-2130) No limit
  • Nuclear safety emergency preparedness special revenue fund (264-00-2415-2280) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received by the department of health and environment – division of public health from the nuclear safety emergency management fee fund (034-00-2081-2200) of the adjutant general shall be credited to the nuclear safety emergency preparedness special revenue fund of the department of health and environment – division of public health: Provided further, That expenditures from the nuclear safety emergency preparedness special revenue fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,500.

  • Radiation control operations fee fund (264-00-2531-2530) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the radiation control operations fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Lead-based paint hazard fee fund (264-00-2289-2140) No limit
  • Strengthening public health infrastructure – federal fund (264-00-3547-3547) No limit
  • Improving minority health – federal fund (264-00-3548-3548) No limit
  • Abstinence education – federal fund (264-00-3549-3549) No limit
  • Affordable care act – federal fund (264-00-3546-3546) No limit
  • Carbon monoxide detector/fire injury prevention – federal fund (264-00-3508-3508) No limit
  • Health information exchange – federal fund (264-00-3493-3493) No limit
  • Kansas newborn screening fund (264-00-2027-2027) No limit
  • Actions to prevent and control diabetes, heart disease, and obesity – federal fund (264-00-3749-3742) No limit
  • Healthy start initiative – federal fund (264-00-3751-3751) No limit
  • Immunization capacity building assistance – federal fund (264-00-3744-3744) No limit
  • Hospital preparedness and response program for Ebola – federal fund (264-00-3033-3033) No limit
  • CDC multipurpose grant federal fund (264-00-3243-3243) No limit
  • Kansas newborn screening information system maintenance and enhancement federal fund (264-00-3612-3612) No limit
  • Lifting young families toward excellence federal fund (264-00-3627-3627) No limit
  • Cancer registry federal fund (264-00-3008-3040) No limit
  • Hospital preparedness Ebola – federal fund (264-00-3093-3093) No limit
  • Kansas survivor care quality initiative – federal fund (264-00-3101-3610) No limit
  • Zika birth defects surveillance & referral – federal fund (264-00-3102-3620) No limit
  • IDEA infant toddler-part C-ARRA – federal fund (264-00-3282-3282) No limit
  • SAMHSA project launch intv. – federal fund (264-00-3284-3284) No limit
  • Immunization grant – federal fund (264-00-3372-3150) No limit
  • Small hospital improvement program – federal fund (264-00-3392-3392) No limit
  • Cardiovascular health program – federal fund (264-00-3401-3407) No limit
  • Kansas senior farmers market nutrition program – federal fund (264-00-3406-3406) No limit
  • Lead poisoning preventive health – federal fund (264-00-3626-4132) No limit
  • ARRA – WIC grants to states – federal fund (264-00-3750-3750) No limit
  • Census of trauma occp fatal. – federal fund (264-00-3797-3670) No limit
  • Homeland security grant-KHP – federal fund (264-00-3199-3199) No limit
  • Refugee health – federal fund (264-00-3393-3393) No limit
  • ARRA – migrant – federal fund (264-00-3396-3396) No limit
  • ARRA – transfer from SRS – federal fund (264-00-3471-3471) No limit
  • Public health crisis response – federal fund (264-00-3602-3602) No limit
  • Diabetes & heart disease & stroke prevention programs – federal fund (264-00-3603-3603) No limit
  • Innovative state & local public health strategies to prevent & manage diabetes and heart disease and stroke – federal fund (264-00-3604-3604) No limit
  • Kansas actions to improve oral health outcomes – federal fund (264-00-3921-3921) No limit
  • ARRA – survey, licensure and epidemiology – federal fund (264-00-3746-3746) No limit
  • Campus sexual assault prevention grant – federal fund (264-00-3035-3035) No limit
  • Alzheimer’s association inclusion – federal fund (264-00-3607-3607) No limit
  • ESSA preschool development grants birth through five – federal fund (264-00-3608-3608) No limit
  • Preventing maternal deaths – federal fund (264-00-3896-3896) No limit
  • Right-to-know fee fund (264-00-2325-2325) No limit
  • Child care criminal background and fingerprint fund (264-00-2313-2313) No limit
  • Kansas tobacco control program – federal fund (264-00-3598-3598) No limit
  • Colorectal cancer screening – federal fund (264-00-3599-3599) No limit
  • Arthritis evidence based interventions – federal fund (264-00-3755-3756) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (264-00-3753) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, and on other occasions during fiscal year 2022, when necessary as determined by the secretary of health and environment, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the secretary of health and environment that constitute reimbursements, credits and other amounts received by the department of health and environment for activities related to federal programs from specified special revenue funds of the department of health and environment – division of public health or of the department of health and environment – division of environment to the sponsored project overhead fund – health (264-00-2912-2715) of the department of health and environment – division of public health.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the secretary of health and environment from any one or more special revenue funds of the department of health and environment – division of public health that have available moneys to the sponsored project overhead fund – health (264-00-2912-2710) of the department of health and environment – division of public health for expenditures, as the case may be, for administrative expenses.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the amounts transferred by the director of accounts and reports from each of the special revenue funds of the department of health and environment – division of public health to the sponsored project overhead fund – health (264-00-2912-2710) of the department of health and environment – division of public health pursuant to this section may include amounts not to exceed 25% of the expenditures from such special revenue fund or funds, excepting expenditures for contractual services.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of health and environment, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of health and environment – division of public health or the department of health and environment – division of environment to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of health and environment – division of public health or the department of health and environment – division of environment. The secretary of health and environment shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(g) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of public health from moneys appropriated from the district coroners fund for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 22a-245, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of public health from such moneys appropriated from the district coroners fund (264-00-2653-2320) of the department of health and environment – division of public health for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to K.S.A. 22a-242, and amendments thereto.

(h) On July 1, 2021, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the health care stabilization fund (270-00-7404-2100) of the health care stabilization fund board of governors to the health facilities review fund (264-00-2505-2250) of the department of health and environment – division of public health for the purpose of financing a review of records of licensed medical care facilities and an analysis of quality of health care services provided to assist in correcting substandard services and to reduce the incidence of liability resulting from the rendering of health care services and implementing the risk management provisions of K.S.A. 65-4922 et seq., and amendments thereto.

(i) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children’s initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Healthy start (264-00-2000-2105) $250,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the healthy start account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Infants and toddlers program (264-00-2000-2107) $5,800,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the infants and toddlers program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Smoking prevention (264-00-2000-2109) $1,001,960

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the smoking prevention account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Newborn hearing aid loaner program (264-00-2000-2113) $50,773

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the newborn hearing aid loaner program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • SIDS network grant (264-00-2000-2115) $96,374

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the SIDS network grant account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(j) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of public health during fiscal year 2022 from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made from such moneys to contract for the services of one or more persons to survey and certify dialysis treatment facilities located in the state of Kansas: Provided, That, if the above agency has not surveyed a newly constructed dialysis treatment facility within one year after the operator of the facility notifies the above agency that the facility is operational, then the above agency may charge the cost of any survey performed on the facility to the operator of such facility: Provided further, That any expenditure of moneys and any survey conducted pursuant to this subsection shall comply with requirements imposed by federal law.

(k) On July 1, 2021, the breast and cervical cancer program and detection – federal fund (264-00-3150-3350) of the department of health and environment – division of public health is hereby redesignated as the disease control and prevention investigations and technical assistance – federal fund (264-00-3150) of the department of health and environment – division of public health.

(l) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 65-242, and amendments thereto, or any other statute to the contrary, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to distribute to each local health department an amount not less than $12,000 upon application therefor in accordance with K.S.A. 65-242, and amendments thereto: Provided, That any remaining moneys appropriated for such purpose, if any, after making distributions in accordance with this subsection shall be distributed in accordance with K.S.A. 65-242, and amendments thereto: Provided, however, That, if sufficient funds are not available to make a minimum distribution of $12,000, then the provisions of K.S.A. 65-242, and amendments thereto, shall control.

(m) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the moneys that are identified as moneys from the federal government for coronavirus relief aid to the state of Kansas and appropriated in any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys appropriated from such special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to reimburse for testing certified testing laboratories that have entered into an agreement with the above agency and are providing community COVID-19 testing to the general public.

Sec. 79.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF HEALTH CARE FINANCE

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $22,185,505 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the health policy operating expenditures account (264-00-1000-0010), the sum of $2,502,235 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $729,950,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 70(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the other medical assistance account (264-00-1000-3026), the sum of $99,751,297 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 80.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF HEALTH CARE FINANCE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Health policy operating expenditures (264-00-1000-0010) $22,220,706

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the health policy operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures shall be made from the health policy operating expenditures account of the above agency for the drug utilization review board to perform an annual review of the approved exemptions to the current single source limit by program.

  • Children’s health insurance program (264-00-1000-0060) $22,388,662

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children’s health insurance program in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Other medical assistance (264-00-1000-3026) $759,750,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the other medical assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the other medical assistance account by the above agency for the purpose of implementing or expanding any prior authorization project: And provided further, That an evaluation of the automated implementation, savings obtained from implementation, and other outcomes of the implementation or expansion shall be submitted to the Robert G. (Bob) Bethell joint committee on home and community based services and KanCare oversight prior to the start of the regular session of the legislature in 2022.

  • Wichita center for graduate medical education (264-00-1000-3027) $2,950,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Wichita center for graduate medical education account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Graduated medical education (264-00-1000-3028) $1,300,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the graduated medical education account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Preventive health care program fund (264-00-2556-2550) $500,000
  • Division of health care finance special revenue fund (264-00-2360-2350) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the division of health care finance special revenue fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Health committee insurance fund (264-00-2569-2500) No limit
  • Health care database fee fund (264-00-2578-2570) No limit
  • Association assistance plan fund (264-00-2391-2391) No limit
  • Medical programs fee fund (264-00-2395-0110) $143,519,270
  • Medical assistance fee fund (264-00-2185-2185) No limit
  • Other state fees fund (264-00-2440-0100) No limit
  • Health care access improvement fund (264-00-2443-2215) No limit
  • Children’s health insurance program federal fund (264-00-3424-0540) No limit
  • State planning – health care – uninsured fund (264-00-3483-3483) No limit
  • HIV care formula grant federal fund (264-00-3328-3311) No limit
  • Medical assistance program federal fund (264-00-3414-0440) No limit
  • Quality based community assessment fund (264-00-2760-2760) No limit
  • KEES interagency transfer fund (264-00-17-6001-6001) No limit
  • Energy assistance block grant (264-00-3305-3305) No limit
  • Temporary assistance for needy families (264-00-3323-3530) No limit
  • Title IV-E – adoption assistance 264-00-3357-3357) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, any moneys donated or granted to the division of health care finance of the department of health and environment and any federal funds received as match to such donations or grants by the division of health care finance of the department of health and environment for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, shall only be expended by the division of health care finance of the department of health and environment to assist the clearinghouse in reducing any backlogs or waiting lists, unless otherwise specified by the donor or grantor: Provided, That any donated or granted moneys, and the matching moneys received therefor from the federal centers for medicare and medicaid services, shall not be used to supplant or replace funds already budgeted for the clearinghouse or to restore any other reductions in funding to the clearinghouse or the agency, unless otherwise specified by the donor or grantor.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of health care finance from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to implement and require any managed care organization providing state medicaid services under the Kansas medical assistance program to implement a policy to provide at least a 60-day admission for individuals requiring inpatient treatment in a psychiatric residential treatment facility, as determined by a managed care organization providing state medicaid services under the Kansas medical assistance program, without imposing any prior authorization requirements to receive such admission or treatment.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of health care finance from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to set the monthly protected income level for purposes of determining the person’s client obligation at an amount equal to:

(1) $1,177 per month for any person in Kansas receiving home and community-based services administered under section 1915(c) of the federal social security act; and

(2) 300% of federal supplemental security income for any person in Kansas receiving services from a program of all-inclusive care for the elderly administered by the Kansas department for aging and disability services.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of health care finance from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to implement analytical and publicly available reporting that is compliant with the privacy rule of the administrative simplification subtitle of the health insurance portability and accountability act of 1996 (Pub. L. No. 104-191), and any federal regulations adopted thereunder, to measure outcomes and effectiveness of the health homes program known as onecare Kansas and to assist providers with the provisions of the health homes program.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of health care finance from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to submit to the United States centers for medicare and medicaid services a waiver request to allow for medicaid reimbursement for inpatient psychiatric acute care.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, to suspend, and not terminate medicaid coverage of inmates in the custody of the department of corrections during the period of such inmate’s incarceration for the purposes of reinstating coverage for such inmate during any period of time during fiscal year 2022 that such inmate is eligible for coverage.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute to the contrary, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to pay hospitals and physicians at the medicaid rate established in fiscal year 2021: Provided, That such rate shall not be adjusted prior to January 1 or July 1 immediately following the publication in the Kansas register of the approval of the hospital provider assessment rate adjustments made to K.S.A. 65-6208, and amendments thereto, by section 9 of chapter 10 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas.

(j) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, if legislation that expands or expressly consents to expand eligibility for the receipt of medical assistance benefits as provided in the federal patient protection and affordable care act, public law 111-148, and the federal health care and education reconciliation act of 2010, public law 111-152, has not been passed by the legislature during the 2021 regular session and enacted into law, then the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $19,000,000 from the other medical assistance account (264-00-1000-3026) of the state general fund to the children’s health insurance program account (264-00-1000-0060) of the state general fund: Provided, That, if such transfer occurs, then the above agency shall expend such transferred moneys for the purpose of paying the state share of the children’s health insurance program.

(k) On July 1, 2021, if legislation that expands or expressly consents to expand eligibility for the receipt of medical assistance benefits as provided in the federal patient protection and affordable care act, public law 111-148, and the federal health care and education reconciliation act of 2010, public law 111-152, has not been passed by the legislature during the 2021 regular session and enacted into law, then the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature on the medical programs fee fund (264-00-2395-0110) of the department of health and environment – division of health care finance is hereby decreased from $143,519,270 to $141,319,270.

(l) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to establish a prospective payment system under the medical assistance program for funding certified community behavioral health clinics certified by the Kansas department for aging and disability services: Provided, That such payment system shall permit payment by either daily or monthly rates: And provided further, That the above agency shall submit to the United States centers for medicare and medicaid services any approval request necessary to implement this subsection.

Sec. 81.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENT

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,365,133 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 72(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account (264-00-1000-0300), the sum of $358,099 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 82.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT – DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENT

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (264-00-1000-0300) $4,057,315

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Mined-land conservation and reclamation fee fund (264-00-2233-2220) No limit
  • Solid waste management fund (264-00-2271-2075) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the solid waste management fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for official hospitality: Provided further, That such expenditures for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,500.

  • Public water supply fee fund (264-00-2284-2085) No limit
  • Voluntary cleanup fund (264-00-2288-2120) No limit
  • Storage tank fee fund (264-00-2293-2090) No limit
  • Air quality fee fund (264-00-2020-2830) No limit
  • Hazardous waste collection fund (264-00-2099-2010) No limit
  • Health and environment training fee fund – environment (264-00-2175-2170) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the health and environment training fee fund – environment for acquisition and distribution of division of environment program literature and films and for participation in or conducting training seminars for training employees of the division of environment of the department of health and environment, for training recipients of state aid from the division of environment of the department of health and environment and for training representatives of industries affected by rules and regulations of the department of health and environment relating to the division of environment: Provided further, That the secretary of health and environment is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover costs incurred for such acquisition and distribution of literature and films and for the operation of such seminars: And provided further, That such fees may be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs: And provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the health and environment training fee fund – environment: And provided further, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment for the division of environment from moneys appropriated from the health and environment training fee fund – environment for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment from the health and environment training fee fund – environment for fiscal year 2022 for agency operations for the division of environment.

  • Driving under the influence fund (264-00-2101-2020) No limit
  • Waste tire management fund (264-00-2635-2820) No limit
  • Health and environment publication fee fund – environment (264-00-2544-2195) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the health and environment publication fee fund – environment shall be made only for the purpose of paying the expenses of publishing documents as required by K.S.A. 75-5662, and amendments thereto.

  • Local air quality control authority regulation services fund (264-00-2657-2330) No limit
  • Environmental response fund (264-00-2662-2400) No limit
  • Sponsored project overhead fund – environment (264-00-2911-2720) No limit
  • Chemical control fee fund (264-00-2212-2360) No limit
  • QuantiFERON TB laboratory fund (264-00-2458-2460) No limit
  • Resource conservation and recovery act – federal fund (264-00-3586-3190) No limit
  • Water supply – federal fund (264-00-3295-3130) No limit
  • Air quality section 103 – federal fund (264-00-3248-3246) No limit
  • EPA – core support – federal fund (264-00-3040-3000) No limit
  • Network exchange grant – federal fund (264-00-3267-3267) No limit
  • Kansas clean diesel grant – federal fund (264-00-3249-3250) No limit
  • Air quality program – federal fund (264-00-3072-3090) No limit
  • Sec. 106 monitoring initiative – federal fund (264-00-3619-3240) No limit
  • Air quality section 105 – federal fund (264-00-3249-3249) No limit
  • Leaking underground storage tank trust – federal fund (264-00-3812-3700) No limit
  • Surface mining control and reclamation act – federal fund (264-00-3820-3760) No limit
  • Abandoned mined-land – federal fund (264-00-3821-3770) No limit
  • Department of defense and state cooperative agreement – federal fund (264-00-3067-3031) No limit
  • EPA non-point source – federal fund (264-00-3889-3940) No limit
  • Pollution prevention program – federal fund (264-00-3908-3990) No limit
  • EPA water monitoring – federal fund (264-00-3086-4200) No limit
  • Gifts, grants and donations fund – environment (264-00-7314-7095) No limit
  • Special bequest fund – environment (264-00-7367-7040) No limit
  • Aboveground petroleum storage tank release trust fund (264-00-7398-7070) No limit
  • Underground petroleum storage tank release trust fund (264-00-7399-7060) No limit
  • Drycleaning facility release trust fund (264-00-7407-7250) No limit
  • Public water supply loan fund (264-00-7539-7800) No limit
  • Public water supply loan operations fund (264-00-3295-3295) No limit
  • Kansas water pollution control revolving fund (264-00-7530-7400) No limit

Provided, That the proceeds from revenue bonds issued by the Kansas development finance authority to provide matching grant payments under the federal clean water act of 1987 (P.L. 92-500) shall be credited to the Kansas water pollution control revolving fund: Provided further, That expenditures from this fund shall be made to provide for the payment of such matching grants.

  • Kansas water pollution control operations fund (264-00-7960-8300) No limit
  • Cost of issuance fund for Kansas water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds (264-00-7531-7600) No limit
  • Surcharge fund for Kansas water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds (264-00-7539-7805) No limit
  • Surcharge operations fund for Kansas water pollution control revolving fund revenue bonds (264-00-7531-7620) No limit
  • Subsurface hydrocarbon storage fund (264-00-2228-2380) No limit
  • Natural resources damages trust fund (264-00-7265-7265) No limit
  • Hazardous waste management fund (264-00-2519-2290) No limit
  • Brownfields revolving loan program – federal fund (264-00-3278-3278) No limit
  • Mined-land reclamation fund (264-00-2685-2560) No limit
  • Operator outreach training program – federal fund (264-00-3259-3259) No limit
  • Underground storage tank – federal fund (264-00-3732-3510) No limit
  • EPA underground injection control – federal fund (264-00-3295-3288) No limit
  • Laboratory medicaid cost recovery fund – environment (264-00-2092-2060) No limit
  • EPA state response program – federal fund (264-00-3370-3915) No limit
  • Environmental use control fund (264-00-2292-2310) No limit
  • Environmental response remedial activity specific sites – federal fund (264-00-3040-3003) No limit
  • Emergency environmental response – nonspecific sites federal fund (264-00-3067-3030) No limit
  • Medicare program – environment – federal fund (264-00-3096-3050) No limit
  • EPA pollution prevention – federal fund (264-00-3619-3240) No limit
  • Inspections Kansas infrastructure projects – federal fund (264-00-3910-3950) No limit
  • Salt solution mining well plugging fund (264-00-2247-2390) No limit
  • Water program management fund (264-00-2798-2798) No limit
  • UST redevelopment fund (264-00-7397-7080) No limit

Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes authorized by K.S.A. 65-34,132, and amendments thereto, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 65-34,139(a)(3), and amendments thereto, expenditures shall be made from the above fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of reimbursing eligible owners of underground storage tanks, if, pursuant to K.S.A. 65-34,139, and amendments thereto, the owner replaces all components of a single-wall storage tank system with a secondary containment system that complies with K.S.A. 65-34,138, and amendments thereto, after August 8, 2005.

  • Office of laboratory services operating fund (264-00-2161-2161) No limit
  • Risk management fund (264-00-7402-7402) No limit
  • Intoxilyzer replacement – federal fund (264-00-3092-3092) No limit
  • Environmental stewardship fund (264-00-17-7396-7096) No limit
  • EPA multi-purpose grant – federal fund (264-00-3103-3630) No limit
  • Volkswagen environmental fund (264-00-7269-7269) No limit
  • USDA conservation partnership – federal fund (264-00-3022-3022) No limit
  • Environmental response – federal fund (264-00-3066-3010) No limit
  • Other federal grants – federal fund (264-00-3095-5450) No limit
  • Alcohol impaired driving countermeasures incentive grants – federal fund (264-00-3247-3247) No limit
  • Air quality program – federal fund (264-00-3253-3253) No limit
  • Water related grants – federal fund (264-00-3254-3260) No limit
  • EPA nonpoint source implementation – federal fund (264-00-3915-3915) No limit
  • Water protection state grants – federal fund (264-00-3264-3264) No limit
  • Multi-media capacity building – federal fund (264-00-3277-3277) No limit
  • Health watershed initiative – federal fund (264-00-3558-3558) No limit
  • Small employer cafeteria plan development program (264-00-2386-2382) No limit
  • Environmental response RMDL act – federal fund (264-00-3005-3010) No limit
  • Ticket to work grant – federal fund (264-00-3417-4367) No limit
  • Demo to maintenance-indep. employer – federal fund (264-00-3419-3419) No limit
  • EPA underground injection control – federal fund (264-00-3618-3230) No limit
  • 104G outreach training program – federal fund (264-00-3722-3500) No limit
  • Drinking water lead testing in school and child care programs – federal fund (264-00-3670-3601) No limit
  • Brownfields revolving loan program fund (264-00-7526-7103) No limit
  • Certification of environmental liability fund (264-00-7527-7230) No limit
  • P/C safety net clinic loan guarantee fund (264-00-7551-7595) No limit
  • KWPC surcharge services fees (264-00-7961-8400) No limit
  • KPWS revolving fund (264-00-7968-8500) No limit
  • KPWS surcharge service fees (264-00-7969-8600) No limit
  • Asbestos remediation fund (264-00-7342-7342) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 65-5309, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, all fees or other moneys collected by the above agency during fiscal year 2022 related to asbestos remediation, as certified by the secretary of health and environment, shall be credited to the asbestos remediation fund.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the state water plan project or projects specified as follows:

  • Contamination remediation (264-00-1800-1802) $1,088,301

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the contamination remediation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • TMDL initiatives and use attainability analysis (264-00-1800-1805) $280,738

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the TMDL initiatives and use attainability analysis account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Watershed restoration and protection plan (264-00-1800-1808) $730,884

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the watershed restoration and protection plan account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Nonpoint source program (264-00-1800-1804) $303,208

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nonpoint source program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Milford and Marion reservoirs harmful algae bloom pilot (264-00-1800-1810) $450,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Milford and Marion reservoirs harmful algae bloom pilot account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Drinking water protection (264-00-1800-1806) $350,000

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of health and environment, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the department of health and environment – division of environment to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the department of health and environment – division of environment: Provided, That the secretary of health and environment shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research, the chairperson of the house of representatives agriculture and natural resources budget committee and the chairperson of the subcommittee on health and environment/human resources of the senate committee on ways and means.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 65-3024, and amendments thereto, the director of accounts and reports shall not make the transfers of amounts of interest earnings from the state general fund to the air quality fee fund (264-00-2020-2830) of the department of health and environment, which are directed to be made on or before the 10th day of each month by K.S.A. 65-3024, and amendments thereto.

(f) On July 1, 2021, and on other occasions during fiscal year 2022 when necessary, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the secretary of health and environment that constitute reimbursements, credits and other amounts received by the department of health and environment for activities related to federal programs, from specified special revenue fund or funds of the department of health and environment – division of public health or of the department of health and environment – division of environment, to the sponsored project overhead fund – environment (264-00-2911-2720) of the department of health and environment – division of environment.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the secretary of health and environment from any one or more special revenue fund or funds of the department of health and environment – division of environment that have available moneys to the sponsored project overhead fund – environment (264-00-2911-2720) of the department of health and environment – division of environment or to the sponsored project overhead fund – health (264-00-2912-2710) of the department of health and environment – division of public health, as the case may be, for expenditures for administrative expenses.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of health and environment, with approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of health and environment – division of public health or the department of health and environment – division of environment to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of health and environment – division of public health or the department of health and environment – division of environment. The secretary of health and environment shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the amounts transferred by the director of accounts and reports from each of the special revenue funds of the department of health and environment – division of environment to the sponsored project overhead fund – environment (264-00-2911-2720) of the department of health and environment – division of environment pursuant to this section may include amounts equal to not more than 25% of the expenditures from such special revenue fund, excepting expenditures for contractual services.

(j) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be may by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made from such moneys in fiscal year 2022 to maintain the above agency’s current staffing levels of professional and associate engineers in the livestock waste section of the bureau of environmental field services: Provided, however, That the above agency shall reduce staffing levels among either the environmental specialist staff or inspection staff within the bureau of field services as necessary to achieve the reduction in state general fund expenditures from the previous fiscal year.

Sec. 83.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,993 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the administration official hospitality account (039-00-1000-0204), the sum of $4,245 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,187,400 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the program grants – nutrition – state match account (039-00-1000-0280), the sum of $141,675 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $13,598,151 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the LTC – medicaid assistance – NF account (039-00-1000-0520), the sum of $10,189,487 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, the appropriation of all moneys credited to and available in the LTC – medicaid assistance – PACE account (039-00-1000-0530) of the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the $410,661,520 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the KanCare caseloads account (039-00-1000-0610), the sum of $50,971,616 is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, of the $35,500,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the non-KanCare caseloads account (039-00-1000-0611), the sum of $11,033,434 is hereby lapsed.

(g) On the effective date of this act, of the $315,698,398 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the KanCare non-caseloads account (039-00-1000-0612), the sum of $13,484,309 is hereby lapsed.

(h) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,175,584 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the nursing facilities regulation account (039-00-1000-0710), the sum of $117,932 is hereby lapsed.

(i) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,555,344 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the nursing facilities regulation – title XIX account (039-00-1000-0712), the sum of $280,943 is hereby lapsed.

(j) On the effective date of this act, of the $19,097,727 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the state operations account (039-00-1000-0801), the sum of $135,021 is hereby lapsed.

(k) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,695,622 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the alcohol and drug abuse services grants account (039-00-1000-1010), the sum of $468,903 is hereby lapsed.

(l) On the effective date of this act, of the $30,995,993 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the community mental health centers supplemental funding account (039-00-1000-3001), the sum of $19,260,232 is hereby lapsed.

(m) On the effective date of this act, of the $20,906,993 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the community aid account (039-00-1000-3004), the sum of $3,744,663 is hereby lapsed.

(n) On the effective date of this act, of the $13,474,925 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the mental health and intellectual disabilities aid and assistance account (039-00-1000-4001), the sum of $6,239,508 is hereby lapsed.

(o) On the effective date of this act, of the $8,454,142 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 133(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state institutions building fund in the rehabilitation and repair projects account (039-00-8100-8240), the sum of $815 is hereby lapsed.

(p) On the effective date of this act, of the $3,846,900 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 133(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state institutions building fund in the debt service – new state security hospital account (039-00-8100-8320), the sum of $4,480 is hereby lapsed.

(q) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,585,450 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 133(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state institutions building fund in the debt service – state hospitals rehabilitation and repair account (039-00-8100-8325), the sum of $1,719 is hereby lapsed.

(r) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the problem gambling and addictions grant fund (039-00-2371-2371) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services is hereby increased from $7,108,000 to $8,209,093.

(s) On the effective date of this act, of the $11,297,103 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Kansas neurological institute – operating expenditures account (363-00-1000-0303), the sum of $12,259 is hereby lapsed.

(t) On the effective date of this act, of the $41,487,497 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Larned state hospital – operating expenditures account (410-00-1000-0103), the sum of $433,900 is hereby lapsed.

(u) On the effective date of this act, of the $22,858,937 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Larned state hospital – sexual predator treatment program account (410-00-1000-0200), the sum of $5,238 is hereby lapsed.

(v) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the Larned state hospital fee fund (410-00-2073-2100) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services is hereby increased from $4,746,563 to $4,922,106.

(w) On the effective date of this act, of the $29,208,011 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Osawatomie state hospital – operating expenditures account (494-00-1000-0100), the sum of $601,454 is hereby lapsed.

(x) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the Osawatomie state hospital fee fund (494-00-2079-4200) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services is hereby increased from $1,324,899 to $1,475,901.

(y) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(b) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the Osawatomie state hospital certified care fund (494-00-2079-4201) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services is hereby decreased from $2,731,096 to $2,085,496.

(z) On the effective date of this act, of the $12,479,312 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Parsons state hospital and training center – operating expenditures account (507-00-1000-0100), the sum of $6,589 is hereby lapsed.

(aa) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,037,289 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Parsons state hospital and training center – sexual predator treatment program account (507-00-1000-0200), the sum of $88,169 is hereby lapsed.

(bb) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in the Isaac ray ups account (410-00-8100-8200) of the state institutions building fund is hereby lapsed.

(cc) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to submit a report on a quarterly basis, in collaboration with the Kansas department of health and environment, to the Robert G. (Bob) Bethell joint committee on home and community based services regarding the home and community-based services brain injury waiver, including the:

(1) Number of members enrolled in such waiver at the end of the month prior to the committee meeting;

(2) unduplicated number of such members over the course of the calendar year;

(3) number of such members receiving services for a period longer than 2 years and longer than 4 years;

(4) number of such members who did not receive services within a period of 60, 90 or 120 or more days after being enrolled;

(5) number of such members who did not receive a specific waiver service within a period of 30, 60, 90 or 120 or more days prior to the date such member was officially unenrolled from such waiver;

(6) amount of the per-member, per-month enhanced dollar rate provided to a managed care organization for each member enrolled in such waiver;

(7) total number of members enrolled in the waiver disaggregated by county and the per capita enrollment in such waiver disaggregated by county; and

(8) agency’s progress toward new policy implementation.

(dd) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the KanCare caseloads account (039-00-1000-0610) for fiscal year 2021, as authorized by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such account in an amount not to exceed $8,820,000 to implement a $15 increase to the daily reimbursement rate for nursing facilities for the period commencing January 1, 2021, through April 30, 2021: Provided, That such reimbursement rate increase shall be reviewed by the legislative coordinating council prior to April 30, 2021: Provided further, That continuation of such reimbursement rate increase for the period commencing May 1, 2021, through June 30, 2021, shall be subject to approval by the legislative coordinating council in accordance with K.S.A. 46-1202, and amendments thereto, and the legislative coordinating council acting on such matter is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation: And provided further, That, if the legislative coordinating council approves such continuation, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such account in an amount not to exceed $4,410,000 to continue the $15 increase to the daily reimbursement rate for nursing facilities for the period commencing May 1, 2021, through June 30, 2021: Provided, however, That, if the legislative coordinating council does not approve such continuation, then on May 1, 2021, of the amount appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 74(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature from the state general fund in the KanCare caseloads account, the sum of $4,410,000 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 84.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • RSI crisis center base services (039-00-1000-0110) $3,576,100
  • Comcare crisis center base services (039-00-1000-0120) $1,300,000
  • Valeo crisis center base services (039-00-1000-0130) $500,000
  • Salina crisis center base services (039-00-1000-0140) $85,000
  • Administration official hospitality (039-00-1000-0204) $1,748

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the administration official hospitality account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • PASRR (039-00-1000-0210) $903,780

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the administration – assessments account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the PASRR account for fiscal year 2022.

  • Senior care act (039-00-1000-0260) $5,515,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the senior care act account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That each grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a grant from the senior care act account shall require the area agency on aging to submit to the secretary for aging and disability services a report for fiscal year 2021 by the area agency on aging, which shall include information about the kinds of services provided and the number of persons receiving each kind of service during fiscal year 2021: And provided further, That the secretary for aging and disability services shall submit to the senate committee on ways and means and the house of representatives committee on appropriations at the beginning of the 2022 regular session of the legislature a report of the information contained in such reports from the area agencies on aging on expenditures for fiscal year 2021: And provided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that are funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from this account shall be placed in appropriate services that are determined to be the most economical services available with regard to state general fund expenditures.

  • Program grants – nutrition – state match (039-00-1000-0280) $3,195,725

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the program grants – nutrition – state match account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That each grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a grant from the program grants – nutrition – state match account shall require the area agency on aging to submit to the secretary for aging and disability services a report for federal fiscal year 2021 by the area agency on aging, which shall include information about the kinds of services provided and the number of persons receiving each kind of service during federal fiscal year 2021: And provided further, That the secretary for aging and disability services shall submit to the senate committee on ways and means and the house of representatives committee on appropriations at the beginning of the 2022 regular session of the legislature a report of the information contained in such reports from the area agencies on aging on expenditures for federal fiscal year 2021: And provided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that are funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from this account shall be placed in appropriate services that are determined to be the most economical services available with regard to state general fund expenditures.

  • Community services and programs (039-00-1000-0520) $3,408,664

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the LTC – medicaid assistance – NF account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the community services and programs account for fiscal year 2022.

  • Nursing facilities regulation (039-00-1000-0710) $1,705,824

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nursing facilities regulation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Nursing facilities regulation – title XIX (039-00-1000-0712) $1,241,418

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nursing facilities regulation – title XIX account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • State operations (039-00-1000-0801) $12,977,490

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for the purchase of professional liability insurance for physicians and dentists at any institution, as defined by K.S.A. 76-12a01, and amendments thereto.

  • Alcohol and drug abuse services grants (039-00-1000-1010) $2,915,447

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the alcohol and drug abuse services grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • CDDO support (039-00-1000-4001) $10,231,053

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the mental health and intellectual disabilities aid and assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the CDDO support account for fiscal year 2022.

  • Community mental health centers supplemental funding (039-00-1000-3001) $41,334,328

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community mental health centers supplemental funding account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Regional beds funding (039-00-1000-3003) $11,150,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the regional beds funding account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • BH community aid (039-00-1000-3004) $16,953,530

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the BH community aid account for fiscal year 2022.

  • KanCare caseloads (039-00-1000-0610) $460,285,911

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the KanCare caseloads account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Non-KanCare caseloads (039-00-1000-0611) $27,470,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the non-KanCare caseloads account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that are funded, either partially or entirely, from the non-KanCare caseloads account shall be placed in appropriate services that are determined to be the most economical services available with regard to state general fund expenditures.

  • KanCare non-caseloads (039-00-1000-0612) $344,483,617

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the KanCare non-caseloads account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the above agency shall make expenditures from the KanCare non-caseloads account during fiscal year 2022 in an amount not less than $4,200,000 to increase provider reimbursement rates for the specialized medical care services code (T1000) under the home and community-based services technology assisted waiver to $39 per hour for in-home registered nurse and licensed practical nurse nursing services under such waiver.

  • Kansas neurological institute – operating expenditures (363-00-1000-0303) $10,192,906

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas neurological institute – operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2020, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2021: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Kansas neurological institute – operating expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall not exceed $150: Provided further, That expenditures shall be made from this account to assist residents of the institution to take personally used items that are constructed for use by such residents and which are hereby authorized to be transferred to such residents from the institution to communities when such residents leave the institution to reside in the communities.

  • Larned state hospital – operating expenditures (410-00-1000-0103) $37,311,220

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned state hospital – operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Larned state hospital – operating expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall not exceed $150: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for educational services contracts, which are hereby authorized to be negotiated and entered into by Larned state hospital with unified school districts or other public educational services providers: And provided further, That such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amendments thereto.

  • Larned state hospital – sexual predator treatment program (410-00-1000-0200) $22,740,430

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned state hospital – sexual predator treatment program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Osawatomie state hospital – operating expenditures (494-00-1000-0100) $28,106,240

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Osawatomie state hospital – operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Osawatomie state hospital – operating expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall not exceed $150.

  • Osawatomie state hospital – certified care expenditures (494-00-1000-0101) $5,356,884

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Osawatomie state hospital – certified care expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Osawatomie state hospital – SPTP MiCo (494-00-1000-0200) $907,280
  • Parsons state hospital and training center – operating expenditures (507-00-1000-0100) $11,066,800

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Parsons state hospital and training center – operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Parsons state hospital and training center – operating expenditures account for official hospitality by the superintendent shall not exceed $150: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for educational services contracts, which are hereby authorized to be negotiated and entered into by Parsons state hospital and training center with unified school districts or other public educational services providers: And provided further, That such educational services contracts shall not be subject to the competitive bidding requirements of K.S.A. 75-3739, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That expenditures shall be made from this account to assist residents of the institution to take personally used items that are constructed for use by such residents and which are hereby authorized to be transferred to such residents from the institution to communities when such residents leave the institution to reside in the communities.

  • Parsons state hospital and training center – sexual predator treatment program (507-00-1000-0200) $2,037,289

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Parsons state hospital and training center – sexual predator treatment program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Larned state hospital – SPTP new crimes reimbursement (410-00-1000-0110) $5,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned state hospital – SPTP new crimes reimbursement account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Title XIX fund (039-00-2595-4130) No limit

Provided, That all receipts resulting from payments under title XIX of the federal social security act to any of the institutions under mental health and intellectual disabilities may be credited to the title XIX fund: Provided further, That moneys in the title XIX fund may be used for expenditures for contractual services to provide for collecting additional payments under title XVIII and title XIX of the federal social security act and for expenditures for premiums and surcharges required to be paid for physicians’ malpractice insurance.

  • Kansas neurological institute title XIX reimbursements fund (363-00-2060-2200) No limit
  • Larned state hospital title XIX reimbursements fund (410-00-2074-2200) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital title XIX reimbursements fund (494-00-2080-4300) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital certified care title XIX reimbursements fund (494-00-2080-4301) No limit
  • Parsons state hospital title XIX reimbursements fund (507-00-2083-2300) No limit
  • Kansas neurological institute fee fund (363-00-2059-2000) $1,324,436
  • Kansas neurological institute – foster grandparents program – federal fund (363-00-3115-3200) No limit
  • Kansas neurological institute – FGP gifts, grants, donations fund (363-00-7125-7400) No limit
  • Kansas neurological institute – patient benefit fund (363-00-7910-7100) No limit
  • Kansas neurological institute – work therapy patient benefit fund (363-00-7940-7200) No limit
  • Larned state hospital fee fund (410-00-2073-2100) $4,746,563
  • Larned state hospital – work therapy patient benefit fund (410-00-7938-7200) No limit
  • Larned state hospital – canteen fund (410-00-7806-7000) No limit
  • Larned state hospital – patient benefit fund (410-00-7912-7100) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – canteen fund (494-00-7807-5600) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – patient benefit fund (494-00-7914-5700) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – work therapy patient benefit fund (494-00-7939-5800) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – motor pool revolving fund (494-00-6164-5200) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – cottage revenue and expenditures fund (494-00-2159-2159) No limit
  • Osawatomie state hospital – training fee revolving fund (494-00-2602-2000) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received as fees for training activities for Osawatomie state hospital shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the Osawatomie state hospital – training fee revolving fund: Provided further, That the superintendent of Osawatomie state hospital is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for training activities at Osawatomie state hospital: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses of such training activities for Osawatomie state hospital.

  • Osawatomie state hospital fee fund (494-00-2079-4200) $1,853,027

Provided, That all moneys received as fees for the use of video teleconferencing equipment at Osawatomie state hospital shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the video teleconferencing fee account of the Osawatomie state hospital fee fund: Provided further, That all moneys credited to the video teleconferencing fee account shall be used solely for the servicing, technical and program support, maintenance and replacement of associated equipment at Osawatomie state hospital: And provided further, That any expenditures from the video teleconferencing fee account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the Osawatomie state hospital fee fund.

  • Osawatomie state hospital certified care fund (494-00-2079-4201) $5,420,277
  • Parsons state hospital and training center – canteen fund (507-00-7808-5500) No limit
  • Parsons state hospital and training center – patient benefit fund (507-00-7916-5600) No limit
  • Parsons state hospital and training center – work therapy patient benefit fund (507-00-7941-5700) No limit
  • Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund (507-00-2082-2200) $1,150,000

Provided, That all moneys received as fees for the use of video teleconferencing equipment at Parsons state hospital and training center shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the video teleconferencing fee account of the Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund: Provided further, That all moneys credited to the video teleconferencing fee account shall be used solely for the servicing, maintenance and replacement of video teleconferencing equipment at Parsons state hospital and training center: And provided further, That any expenditures from the video teleconferencing fee account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the Parsons state hospital and training center fee fund.

  • Special program for aging IIIB – federal fund (039-00-3287-3281) No limit
  • Special program for aging IIIC – federal fund (039-00-3425-3423) No limit
  • Special program for aging IIID – federal fund (039-00-3286-3285) No limit
  • National family caregiver support program IIIE – federal fund (039-00-3289-3201) No limit
  • Special program for aging IV & II – federal fund (039-00-3288-3297) No limit
  • Special program for aging VII-2 – federal fund (039-00-3358-3072) No limit
  • Special program for aging VII-3 – federal fund (039-00-3402-3000) No limit
  • Survey & certification – federal fund (039-00-3064-3064) No limit

Provided, That transfers of moneys from the survey & certification – federal fund to the state fire marshal may be made during fiscal year 2022 pursuant to a contract, which is hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary for aging and disability services with the state fire marshal to provide fire and safety inspections for adult care homes and hospitals.

  • Center for medicare/medicaid service – federal fund (039-00-3408-3300) No limit
  • Money follows the person grant – federal fund (039-00-3054-4000) No limit
  • Social service block grant fund (039-00-3307-3371) $4,499,999

Provided, That each grant agreement with an area agency on aging for a grant from the social service block grant fund shall require the area agency on aging to submit to the secretary for aging and disability services a report for fiscal year 2021 by the area agency on aging, which shall include information about the kinds of services provided and the number of persons receiving each kind of service during fiscal year 2021: Provided further, That the secretary for aging and disability services shall submit to the senate committee on ways and means and the house of representatives committee on appropriations at the beginning of the 2022 regular session of the legislature a report of the information contained in such reports from the area agencies on aging on expenditures for fiscal year 2021: And provided further, That all people receiving or applying for services that are funded, either partially or entirely, through expenditures from this fund shall be placed in appropriate services that are determined to be the most economical services available.

  • Nutrition service incentive program fund – federal (039-00-3552-3552) No limit
  • National bioterrorism hospital preparedness program – federal fund (039-00-3398-4386) No limit
  • Senior citizen nutrition check-off fund (039-00-2660-2610) No limit
  • Quality care services fund (039-00-2999-2902) No limit

Provided, That the secretary for aging and disability services, acting as the agent of the secretary of health and environment, is hereby authorized to collect the quality care assessment under K.S.A. 75-7435, and amendments thereto, and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-7435, and amendments thereto, all moneys received for such quality care assessments shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the quality care services fund: Provided further, That all moneys in the quality care services fund shall be used to finance initiatives to maintain or improve the quantity and quality of skilled nursing care in skilled nursing care facilities in Kansas in accordance with K.S.A. 75-7435, and amendments thereto.

  • State licensure fee fund (039-00-2373-2370) No limit
  • General fees fund (039-00-2524-2500) No limit

Provided, That the secretary for aging and disability services is hereby authorized to collect: (1) Fees from the sale of surplus property; (2) fees charged for searching, copying and transmitting copies of public records; (3) fees paid by employees for personal long distance calls, postage, faxed messages, copies and other authorized uses of state property; and (4) other miscellaneous fees: Provided further, That such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund: And provided further, That expenditures shall be made from this fund to meet the obligations of the Kansas department for aging and disability services or to benefit and meet the mission of the Kansas department for aging and disability services.

  • Gifts and donations fund (039-00-7309-7000) No limit

Provided, That the secretary for aging and disability services is hereby authorized to receive gifts and donations of money for services to senior citizens or purposes related thereto: Provided further, That such gifts and donations of money shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the gifts and donations fund.

  • Medical resources and collection fund (039-00-2363-2100) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received or collected by the secretary for aging and disability services due to medicaid overpayments shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the medical resources and collection fund: Provided further, That expenditures from such fund shall be made for medicaid program-related expenses and used to reduce state general fund outlays for the medicaid program: And provided further, That all moneys received or collected by the secretary for aging and disability services due to civil monetary penalty assessments against adult care homes shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the medical resources and collection fund: And provided further, That expenditures from such fund shall be made to protect the health or property of adult care home residents as required by federal law.

  • Long-term care loan and grant fund (039-00-5110-5100) No limit
  • Medicare enrollment assistance program fund – federal (039-00-3468-3450) No limit
  • Medical assistance program – federal fund (039-00-3414-0442) No limit
  • DADS social welfare fund (039-00-2141-2195) No limit
  • Other state fees fund – community alcohol treatment (039-00-2661-0000) No limit
  • Substance abuse/mental health services – partnership for success – federal fund (039-00-3284-1327) No limit
  • Substance abuse/mental health supported employment – federal fund (039-00-3284-1329) No limit
  • Community mental health block grant federal fund (039-00-3310-0460) No limit
  • Prevention/treatment substance abuse federal fund (039-00-3301-0310) No limit
  • Problem gambling and addictions grant fund (039-00-2371-2371) $6,959,093
  • Alternatives to psych. resid. treatment facilities for children federal fund (039-00-3384-4495) No limit
  • Substance abuse performance outcome grant federal fund (039-00-3881-3881) No limit
  • ADAS data collection grant federal fund (039-00-3887-3887) No limit
  • Money follows the person rebalancing demonstration federal fund (039-00-3054-4041) No limit
  • Temporary assistance for needy families – fed funds (039-00-3323-3323) No limit
  • Coop agreement to benefit homeless – federal fund (039-00-3284-1321) No limit
  • PATH federal fund (039-00-3347-4316) No limit
  • Developmental disabilities basic support federal fund (039-00-3380-3380) No limit
  • Medicare fund – SHICK (039-00-3408-3400) No limit
  • Medicare fund – oasis (039-00-3408-3350) No limit

Provided, That all nonfederal reimbursements received by the Kansas department for aging and disability services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and credited to the nonfederal reimbursements fund.

  • Mental health grants – state highway fund (039-00-2160-2160) $9,750,000

Provided, That on July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, or as soon after each date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,437,500 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the mental health grants – state highway fund of the Kansas department for aging and disability services.

  • Indirect cost fund (039-00-2193-2193) No limit
  • Kansas national background check program – federal fund (039-00-3032-3132) No limit
  • Systems of care grant – federal fund (039-00-3595-3595) No limit
  • Community mental health center improvement fund (039-00-2336-2336) No limit
  • Community crisis stabilization centers fund (039-00-2337-2337) No limit
  • Clubhouse model program fund (039-00-2338-2338) No limit
  • Opioid abuse treatment & prevention federal fund (039-00-3023-3024) No limit
  • Health occupations credentialing fee fund (039-00-2315-2315) No limit
  • TBI partnership program fund (039-00-3376-3376) No limit
  • Nutrition services incentives federal fund (039-00-3291-3305) No limit
  • Mental health research grant federal fund (039-00-3377-4321) No limit
  • Senior farmer market nutrition program federal fund (039-00-3406-3205) No limit
  • Children’s health insurance federal fund (039-00-3424-3420) No limit
  • Home delivery nutrition services federal fund (039-00-3469-3309) No limit
  • Congregate nutrition federal fund (039-00-3470-3311) No limit
  • Communities putting prevention to work federal fund (039-00-3488-3488) No limit
  • Mental health client level reporting federal fund (039-00-3882-3882) No limit
  • Transformation transfer initiatives federal fund (039-00-3888-3888) No limit
  • KDFA refunding revenue bond 2013B fund (039-00-7111) No limit
  • Trust fund (039-00-7299) No limit
  • Larned state security hospital KDFA 02N-1 fund (039-00-8703) No limit
  • SRS state of Kansas KDFA 04A-1 project fund (039-00-8704) No limit
  • State of Kansas projects KDFA 2010E-F fund (039-00-8705) No limit
  • Parking deduction clearing fund (039-00-9233-9200) No limit
  • Medical assistance recovery clearing fund (039-00-9300) No limit
  • Credit card clearing fund (039-00-9400) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, and at other times during fiscal year 2022, when necessary as determined by the secretary for aging and disability services, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the secretary for aging and disability services, which amounts constitute reimbursements, credits and other amounts received by the Kansas department for aging and disability services for activities related to federal programs from specified special revenue funds of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to the indirect cost fund of the Kansas department for aging and disability services.

(d) On July 1, 2021, the superintendent of Osawatomie state hospital, upon the approval of the director of accounts and reports, shall transfer an amount specified by the superintendent from the Osawatomie state hospital – canteen fund (494-00-7807-5600) to the Osawatomie state hospital – patient benefit fund (494-00-7914-5700).

(e) On July 1, 2021, the superintendent of Parsons state hospital, upon approval from the director of accounts and reports, shall transfer an amount specified by the superintendent from the Parsons state hospital and training center – canteen fund (507-00-7808-5500) to the Parsons state hospital and training center – patient benefit fund (507-00-7916-5600).

(f) On July 1, 2021, the superintendent of Larned state hospital, upon approval of the director of accounts and reports, shall transfer an amount specified by the superintendent from the Larned state hospital – canteen fund (410-00-7806-7000) to the Larned state hospital – patient benefit fund (410-00-7912-7100).

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, no moneys paid by the Kansas department for aging and disability services from the CDDO support account (039-00-1000-4001) of the state general fund shall be expended by the entity receiving such moneys to pay membership dues and fees to any entity that does not provide the Kansas department for aging and disability services, the legislative division of post audit or another state agency, access to its financial records upon request for such access.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary for aging and disability services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the Kansas department for aging and disability services or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary for aging and disability services to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the Kansas department for aging and disability services or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary for aging and disability services. The secretary for aging and disability services shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(i) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary for aging and disability services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state institutions building fund for the Kansas department for aging and disability services or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary for aging and disability services to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state institutions building fund for the Kansas department for aging and disability services or any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary for aging and disability services. The secretary for aging and disability services shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(j) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the Kansas department for children and families from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the Kansas department for children and families and in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of health and environment – division of public health from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the department of health and environment – division of public health, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the secretary for children and families and the secretary of health and environment for fiscal year 2022 to enter into a contract with the secretary for aging and disability services, which is hereby authorized and directed to be entered into by such secretaries, to provide for the secretary for aging and disability services to perform the powers, duties, functions and responsibilities prescribed by and to conduct investigations pursuant to K.S.A. 39-1404, and amendments thereto, in conjunction with the performance of such powers, duties, functions, responsibilities and investigations by the secretary for children and families and the secretary of health and environment under such statute, with respect to reports of abuse, neglect or exploitation of residents or reports of residents in need of protective services on behalf of the secretary for children and families or the secretary of health and environment, as the case may be, in accordance with and pursuant to K.S.A. 39-1404, and amendments thereto, during fiscal year 2022: Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the Kansas department for aging and disability services from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the Kansas department for aging and disability services, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the secretary for aging and disability services for fiscal year 2022 to provide for the performance of such powers, duties, functions and responsibilities and to conduct such investigations: Provided further, That, the words and phrases used in this subsection shall have the meanings respectively ascribed thereto by K.S.A. 39-1401, and amendments thereto.

(k) On October 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $550,000 from the problem gambling and addictions grant fund (039-00-2371-2371) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to the domestic violence grant fund (252-00-2014-2014) of the governor’s department.

(l) On October 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $150,000 from the problem gambling and addictions grant fund (039-00-2371-2371) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to the child advocacy center grants fund (252-00-2024-2024) of the governor’s department.

(m) On October 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-4805, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $500,000 from the problem gambling and addictions grant fund (039-00-2371-2371) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to the community corrections special revenue fund (521-00-2447-2447) of the department of corrections.

(n) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children’s initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Children’s mental health waiver (039-00-2000-2403) $3,800,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the children’s mental health waiver account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(o) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary for aging and disability services, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the title XIX fund (039-00-2595-4130) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services to any institution or facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary for aging and disability services. The secretary for aging and disability services shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(p) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-5958, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, and subject to appropriations, the secretary for aging and disability services may provide rate increases for nursing facilities for fiscal year 2022.

(q) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to operate, or contract for the operation of, eight acute inpatient psychiatric care beds for children in the city of Hays, Kansas, or the surrounding area: Provided, however, That expenditures for such purposes during fiscal year 2022 shall not exceed $4,000,000.

(r) On July 1, 2021, the assistance in transition from homelessness federal fund (039-00-3347-4316) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services is hereby redesignated as the PATH federal fund (039-00-3347-4316) of the Kansas department for aging and disability services.

(s) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 59-2968, and amendments thereto, or any other statute to the contrary:

(1) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, on or before October 1, 2021, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to lift the moratorium on admissions to each state psychiatric hospital, as defined by K.S.A. 59-2946, and amendments thereto; and

(2) no expenditures shall be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature to impose a moratorium on admissions to any state psychiatric hospital, as defined by K.S.A. 59-2946, and amendments thereto.

(t) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to issue a request for proposal to solicit potential providers of services under the program of all-inclusive care for the elderly administered by the above agency for the purposes of growing the statewide provider network for such services.

(u) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to implement a process for certification and funding for certified community behavioral health clinics: Provided, That such agency shall certify as a certified community behavioral health clinic any community behavioral health center licensed by such agency that provides the following services: Crisis services; screening, assessment and diagnosis, including risk assessment; person-centered treatment planning; outpatient mental health and substance use services; primary care screening and monitoring of key indicators of health risks; targeted case management; psychiatric rehabilitation services; peer support and family supports; medication-assisted treatment; assertive community treatment; and community-based mental healthcare for military servicemembers and veterans.

(v) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such moneys to submit a report on a quarterly basis, in collaboration with the Kansas department of health and environment, to the Robert G. (Bob) Bethell joint committee on home and community based services regarding the home and community-based services brain injury waiver, including the:

(1) Number of members enrolled in such waiver at the end of the month prior to the committee meeting;

(2) unduplicated number of such members over the course of the calendar year;

(3) number of such members receiving services for a period longer than 2 years and longer than 4 years;

(4) number of such members who did not receive services within a period of 60, 90 or 120 or more days after being enrolled;

(5) number of such members who did not receive a specific waiver service within a period of 30, 60, 90 or 120 or more days prior to the date such member was officially unenrolled from such waiver;

(6) amount of the per-member, per-month enhanced dollar rate provided to a managed care organization for each member enrolled in such waiver;

(7) total number of members enrolled in the waiver disaggregated by county and the per capita enrollment in such waiver disaggregated by county; and

(8) agency’s progress toward new policy implementation.

(w) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys for fiscal year 2022 to provide the same starting salary and wages for entry-level positions at Larned state hospital as are provided by the department of corrections for an entry-level position with a similar job classification or position description at Larned correctional mental health facility.

Sec. 85.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES

(a) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 59-2968, and amendments thereto, or any other statute to the contrary, no expenditures shall be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature to impose a moratorium on admissions to any state psychiatric hospital, as defined by K.S.A. 59-2946, and amendments thereto.

Sec. 86.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $116,260,716 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 76(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the state operations (including official hospitality) account (629-00-1000-0013), the sum of $823,420 is hereby lapsed.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Youth services and assistance account (629-00-1000-7020) $966,147

Sec. 87.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • State operations (including official hospitality) (629-00-1000-0013) $115,556,059

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state operations (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Youth services aid and assistance (629-00-1000-7020) $220,433,685

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the youth services aid and assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the youth services aid and assistance account for fiscal year 2022, an amount not to exceed $300,000 shall be expended by the above agency from such account for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of funding the hope ranch for women pilot program: And provided further, That in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from such account for fiscal year 2022, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such account for fiscal year 2022 for the creation of a report detailing activities conducted during the hope ranch for women pilot program, including the number of women served, the demographics of women served, the client service needs at intake, the length of services, the reasons for any cases closing, the recidivism rate, the client costs and the average project costs, and a budget itemization report and budget transaction report: And provided further, That the secretary for children and families shall submit such report to the house of representatives committee on social services budget on or before January 31, 2022.

  • Vocational rehabilitation aid and assistance (629-00-1000-5010) $2,708,100

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the vocational rehabilitation aid and assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for the acquisition of durable medical equipment and assistive technology devices: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account by the secretary for children and families for the purchase of workers compensation insurance for consumers of vocational rehabilitation services and assessments at work sites and job tryout sites throughout the state.

  • Cash assistance (629-00-1000-2010) $7,496,869

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the cash assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Social welfare fund (629-00-2195-0110) No limit
  • Other state fees fund (629-00-2220) No limit
  • Child welfare services state grants federal fund (629-00-3306-0341) No limit
  • Social services block grant – federal fund (629-00-3307-0370) No limit
  • Temporary assistance to needy families federal fund (629-00-3323-0530) No limit
  • Title IV-B promoting safe/stable families federal fund (629-00-3302) No limit
  • Title IV-E foster care federal fund (629-00-3337-0419) No limit
  • Medical assistance program federal fund (629-00-3414) No limit
  • Rehabilitation services – vocational rehabilitation federal fund (629-00-3315) No limit
  • SRS enterprise fund (629-00-5105) No limit
  • Child support enforcement federal fund (629-00-3316) No limit
  • Low-income home energy assistance federal fund (629-00-3305-0350) No limit
  • Children’s health insurance program federal fund (629-00-3424-0541) No limit
  • SNAP employment and training exchange federal fund (629-00-3452-3452) No limit
  • Commodity supp food program federal fund (629-00-3308-3215) No limit
  • Social security – disability insurance federal fund (629-00-3309-0390) No limit
  • Supplemental nutrition assistance program federal fund (629-00-3311) No limit
  • Emergency food assistance program federal fund (629-00-3313-2310) No limit
  • Child care and development mandatory and matching federal fund (629-00-3318-0523) No limit
  • Chafee education and training vouchers program federal fund (629-00-3338-0425) No limit
  • Adoption incentive payments federal fund (629-00-3343-0426) No limit
  • Adoption assistance federal fund (629-00-3357-0418) No limit
  • Chafee foster care independence program federal fund (629-00-3365-0417) No limit
  • Refugee and entrant assistance federal fund (629-00-3378) No limit
  • Headstart federal fund (629-00-3379-6323) No limit
  • Developmental disabilities basic support federal fund (629-00-3380-4360) No limit
  • Children’s justice grants to states federal fund (629-00-3381-7320) No limit
  • Child abuse and neglect state grants federal fund (629-00-3382-7210) No limit
  • Independent living state grants federal fund (629-00-3387) No limit
  • Independent living services for older blind federal fund (629-00-3388-5313) No limit
  • Supported employment for individuals with severe disabilities federal fund (629-00-3389) No limit
  • Child care discretionary federal fund (629-00-3028-0522) No limit
  • SNAP technology project for success federal fund (629-00-3327-3327) No limit
  • Project maintenance reserve fund (629-00-2214-0150) No limit
  • Receipt suspense clearing fund (629-00-9212-0910) No limit
  • Client assistance payment clearing fund (629-00-9214-0930) No limit
  • Child support collections clearing fund (629-00-9218-0970) No limit
  • EBT settlement fund (629-00-9219-0980) No limit
  • CAP settlement fund (629-00-9219-0990) No limit
  • Credit card clearing fund (629-00-9405-9400) No limit
  • TEFAP trade mitigation program (629-00-3409-2315) No limit
  • ESSA preschool develop grant federal fund (629-00-3608-0525) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (629-00-3753) No limit
  • Child-care disaster federal fund (629-00-3597-3597) No limit
  • Prevention services grant fund (629-00-3813-0428) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary for children and families, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the Kansas department for children and families to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the Kansas department for children and families. The secretary for children and families shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary for children and families, with the approval of the director of the budget and subject to the provisions of federal grant agreements, may transfer moneys received under a federal grant that are credited to a federal fund of the Kansas department for children and families to another federal fund of the Kansas department for children and families. The secretary for children and families shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) There is appropriated for the above agency from the children’s initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Child care (629-00-2000-2406) $5,033,679

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the child care account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Family preservation (629-00-2000-2413) $3,241,062

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the family preservation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 39-709, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to apply for a waiver from the United States department of agriculture for the time-limited assistance provisions for able-bodied adults between 18 and 49 years of age without dependents in the household under the food assistance program if the secretary can establish that there are insufficient jobs for the employment for such individuals using criteria that is not less restrictive than the criteria established under 7 C.F.R. § 273.24.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 39-709, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys to allow any single parent of a child who is between three months and one year of age to fulfill work participation requirements under the cash assistance program by engaging in in-home parenting skills training.

Sec. 88.

KANSAS GUARDIANSHIP PROGRAM

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Kansas guardianship program (261-00-1000-0300) $2,847

Sec. 89.

KANSAS GUARDIANSHIP PROGRAM

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Kansas guardianship program (261-00-1000-0300) $1,375,959

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas guardianship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 90.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Supplemental state aid (652-00-1000-0840) $148,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the supplemental state aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Juvenile transitional crisis center pilot (652-00-1000-0210) $300,000

Provided, That expenditures from the juvenile transitional crisis center pilot project account shall be used by the above agency during fiscal year 2022 to develop a regional crisis center pilot project at the Beloit special education cooperative, founded on research and evidence-based practices designed to meet the unique social and emotional needs of students identified as at-risk or with disabilities: Provided further, That such project shall provide individualized programming to attain such student’s high school diploma and job skills while working through the social skills program: And provided further, That the commissioner of education shall provide an update on the implementation of the pilot project developed by this proviso to the legislature on or before the first day of the 2022 regular legislative session.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library fund No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library fund shall be used by the children’s cabinet to develop and implement a statewide program for the purpose of cooperating with the Dolly Parton imagination library to provide books for all Kansas children five years of age and under free of charge: Provided further, That the program shall be funded using only federal grant funds awarded for such program or from private gifts and donations made for such a program: And provided further, That the above agency is hereby authorized to accept gifts and donations of money during fiscal year 2022 for the Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library program or purposes related thereto.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 72-5145, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by section 80 of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys for the state board of education to determine the amount of the supplemental state aid unified school district No. 499, Galena, is to receive for school year 2021-2022 by determining the assessed valuation per student of such school district for the current school year and ranking such district on the basis of the amount of such assessed valuation per student in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 72-5145, and amendments thereto.

Sec. 91.

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, the following:

  • Supplemental state aid (652-00-1000-0840) $90,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the supplemental state aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2022, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2023.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library fund No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library fund shall be used by the children’s cabinet to develop and implement a state wide program for the purpose of cooperating with the Dolly Parton imagination library to provide books for all Kansas children five years of age and under free of charge: Provided further, That the program shall be funded using only federal grant funds awarded for such program or from private gifts and donations made for such a program: And provided further, That the above agency is hereby authorized to accept gifts and donations of money during fiscal year 2023 for the Kansans read Dolly Parton imagination library program or purposes related thereto.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 72-5145, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2023 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such moneys for the state board of education to determine the amount of the supplemental state aid unified school district No. 499, Galena, is to receive for school year 2022-2023 by determining the assessed valuation per student of such school district for the current school year and ranking such district on the basis of the amount of such assessed valuation per student in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 72-5145, and amendments thereto.

Sec. 92.

STATE LIBRARY

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,430,961 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 81(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (434-00-1000-0300), the sum of $135,088 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,703,418 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 81(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the grants to libraries and library systems – interlibrary loan development account (434-00-1000-0420), the sum of $567,951 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $447,784 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 81(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the grants to libraries and library systems–talking books services account (434-00-1000-0430), the sum of $17,381 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 93.

STATE LIBRARY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (434-00-1000-0300) $1,293,285

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed $755.

  • Grants to libraries and library systems – grants in aid (434-00-1000-0410) $1,067,914

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the grants to libraries and library systems – grants in aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Grants to libraries and library systems – interlibrary loan development (434-00-1000-0420) $1,133,467

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the grants to libraries and library systems – interlibrary loan development account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Grants to libraries and library systems – talking book services (434-00-1000-0430) $433,985

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the grants to libraries and library systems – talking book services account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State library fund (434-00-2076-2500) No limit
  • Federal library services and technology act – fund (434-00-3257-3000) No limit
  • Grants and gifts fund (434-00-7304-7000) No limit
  • Statewide database contribution (434-00-7304-7003) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (434-00-3753) No limit

Sec. 94.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,655,281 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 82(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (604-00-1000-0303), the sum of $9 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 95.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (604-00-1000-0303) $5,707,392

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Arts for the handicapped (604-00-1000-0502) $133,847

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (604-00-2093-2000) No limit
  • Local services reimbursement fund (604-00-2088-2500) No limit

Provided, That the Kansas state school for the blind is hereby authorized to assess and collect a fee of 20% of the total cost of services provided to local school districts: Provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the local services reimbursement fund.

  • Student activity fees fund (604-00-2146-2100) No limit
  • Special bequest fund (604-00-7333-5001) No limit
  • Gift fund (604-00-7329-5100) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing fund (604-00-7714-5200) No limit
  • Education improvement – federal fund (604-00-3898-3750) No limit
  • Preparation and mentoring of teachers of the blind and visually impaired – federal fund (604-00-3184-3180) No limit
  • Special education state grants – federal fund (604-00-3234-3234) No limit
  • Federal school lunch – federal fund (604-00-3530-3528) No limit
  • School breakfast program – federal fund (604-00-3529-3529) No limit
  • Deaf-blind project – federal fund (604-00-3583-3583) No limit
  • Safe schools – federal fund (604-00-3569-3569) No limit
  • Child and adult care food program – federal fund (604-00-3531-3531) No limit
  • Summer food service program – federal fund (604-00-3591-3591) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (604-00-3753) No limit

Sec. 96.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $9,519,915 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 83(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (610-00-1000-0303), the sum of $401 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $400,250 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 137(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state institutions building fund in the rehabilitation and repair projects account (610-00-8100-8108), the sum of $7,335 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in the facilities conservation improvement debt service account (610-00-8100-8120) of the state institutions building fund is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 97.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (610-00-1000-0303) $9,600,683

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (610-00-2094-2000) No limit
  • Local services reimbursement fund (610-00-2091-2200) No limit

Provided, That the Kansas state school for the deaf is hereby authorized to assess and collect a fee of 20% of the total cost of services provided to local school districts: Provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the local services reimbursement fund.

  • Student activity fees fund (610-00-2147-2100) No limit
  • Special bequest fund (610-00-7321-5500) No limit
  • Special workshop fund (610-00-7504-5800) No limit
  • Gift fund (610-00-7330-5600) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing fund (610-00-7715-5700) No limit
  • Special education state grants – federal fund (610-00-3234-3234) No limit
  • School breakfast program – federal fund (610-00-3529-3529) No limit
  • School lunch program federal fund (610-00-3530-3530) No limit
  • Special education preschool grants – federal fund (610-00-3535-3535) No limit
  • Universal newborn screening – federal fund (610-00-3459-3459) No limit
  • Summer food service program – federal fund (610-00-3591-3591) No limit
  • Early hearing detection and intervention – federal fund (610-00-3612-3612) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (610-00-3753) No limit

Sec. 98.

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,234,976 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 84(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (288-00-1000-0083), the sum of $22,042 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the $20,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 84(e) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in humanities Kansas – crossroads conversations account (288-00-1900), is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 99.

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (288-00-1000-0083) $3,793,494

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Humanities Kansas (288-00-1000-0600) $45,451

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Vehicle repair and replacement fund (288-00-6116-6000) No limit
  • General fees fund (288-00-2047-2300) No limit
  • Archeology fee fund (288-00-2638-2350) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the archeology fee fund for operating expenses for providing archeological services by contract: Provided further, That the state historical society is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for the sale of such services: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing archeological services by contract: And provided further, That all fees received for such services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the archeology fee fund.

  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (288-00-2436-2700) No limit
  • Soil/water conservation fund (288-00-3083-3110) No limit
  • Microfilm fees fund (288-00-2246-2370) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the microfilm fees fund for operating expenses for providing imaging services: Provided further, That the state historical society is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for the sale of such services: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing imaging services: And provided further, That all fees received for such services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the microfilm fees fund.

  • Records center fee fund (288-00-2132-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the records center fee fund for operating expenses for state records and for the trusted digital repository for electronic government records.

  • Historic properties fee fund (288-00-2164-2310) No limit
  • Historic preservation grants in aid fund (288-00-3089-3700) No limit
  • Historic preservation overhead fees fund (288-00-2916-2380) No limit
  • National historic preservation act fund – local (288-00-3089-3000) No limit
  • Private gifts, grants and bequests fund (288-00-7302-7000) No limit
  • Museum and historic sites visitor donation fund (288-00-2142-2250) No limit
  • Insurance collection replacement/reimbursement fund (288-00-2182-2320) No limit
  • Heritage trust fund (288-00-7379-7600) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the heritage trust fund for state operations shall not exceed $84,670.

  • Land survey fee fund (288-00-2234-2330) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 58-2011, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the land survey fee fund for the fiscal year 2022 for operating expenditures that are not related to administering the land survey program.

  • National trails fund (288-00-3553-3353) No limit
  • State historical society facilities fund (288-00-2192-2420) No limit
  • Historic properties fund (288-00-2144-2400) No limit
  • Law enforcement memorial fund (288-00-7344-7300) No limit
  • Highway planning/ construction fund (288-00-3333-3333) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (288-00-3753) No limit
  • Save America’s treasures fund (288-00-3923-4000) No limit
  • Archeology federal fund (288-00-3083-3110) No limit
  • Property sale proceeds fund (288-00-2414-2500) No limit

Provided, That proceeds from the sale of property pursuant to K.S.A. 75-2701, and amendments thereto, shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the property sale proceeds fund.

(c) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-2721, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to fix admission fees at constitution hall in Lecompton, Kansas, at $3 per adult single admission, $1 per student single admission, $2 per student for guided tours and $3 per adult for guided tours: Provided, however, That such admission fees may be increased by the above agency during fiscal year 2022 if all moneys from such admission fees are invested in constitution hall and the total amount of such admission fees exceeds the amount of the Lecompton historical society’s constitution hall promotional expenses as determined by the average of such promotional expenses for the preceding three calendar years: Provided further, That the state historical society may request annual financial statements from the Lecompton historical society for the purpose of calculating such three-year average of promotional expenses.

Sec. 100.

FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (246-00-1000-0013) $34,797,238

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Master’s-level nursing capacity (246-00-1000-0100) $135,393
  • Kansas wetlands education center at Cheyenne bottoms (246-00-1000-0200) $255,845

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas wetlands education center at Cheyenne bottoms account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Kansas academy of math and science (246-00-1000-0300) $734,520

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas academy of math and science account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Parking fees fund (246-00-5185-5050) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for a capital improvement project for parking lot improvements.

  • General fees fund (246-00-2035-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Restricted fees fund (246-00-2510-2040) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Special events; technology equipment; Gross coliseum services; capital improvements; performing arts center services; farm income; choral music clinic; yearbook; off-campus tours; memorial union activities; student activity (unallocated); tiger media; conferences, clinics and workshops – noncredit; summer laboratory school; little theater; library services; student affairs; speech and debate; student government; counseling center services; interest on local funds; student identification cards; nurse education programs; athletics; placement fees; virtual college classes; speech and hearing; child care services for dependent students; computer services; interactive television contributions; midwestern student exchange; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other collections not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That all amounts of tuition received from students participating in the midwestern student exchange program shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the midwestern student exchange account of the restricted fees fund: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the restricted fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Education opportunity act – federal fund (246-00-3394-3500) No limit
  • Service clearing fund (246-00-6000) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Computer services, storeroom for official supplies including office supplies, paper products, janitorial supplies, printing and duplicating, car pool, postage, copy center, and telecommunications and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Commencement fees fund (246-00-2511-2050) No limit
  • Health fees fund (246-00-5101-5000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the health fees fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical therapists, at the student health center.

  • Student union fees fund (246-00-5102-5010) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the student union fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Kansas career work study program fund (246-00-2548-2060) No limit
  • Economic opportunity act – federal fund (246-00-3034-3000) No limit
  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (246-00-2471-2400) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing account fund (246-00-7709-7060) No limit
  • Federal Perkins student loan fund (246-00-7501-7050) No limit
  • Housing system revenue fund (246-00-5103-5020) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the housing system revenue fund for official hospitality.

  • Institutional overhead fund (246-00-2900-2070) No limit
  • Oil and gas royalties fund (246-00-2036-2010) No limit
  • Housing system suspense fund (246-00-5707-5090) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (246-00-2914-2080) No limit
  • Kansas distinguished scholarship fund (246-00-7204-7000) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (246-00-9013-9400) No limit
  • Federal receipts suspense fund (246-00-9105-9410) No limit
  • Suspense fund (246-00-9134-9420) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (246-00-9136-9430) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (246-00-9163-9440) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (246-00-9197-9450) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (246-00-9220-9200) No limit
  • University payroll fund (246-00-9800) No limit
  • University federal fund (246-00-3141-3140) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the university federal fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: Provided further, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from this fund to procure a policy of accident, personal liability and excess automobile liability insurance insuring volunteers participating in the senior companion program against loss in accordance with specifications of federal grant guidelines as provided in K.S.A. 75-4101, and amendments thereto.

  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (246-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (246-00-3638) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the president of Fort Hays state university of not to exceed $125,000 from the general fees fund (246-00-2035-2000) to the federal Perkins student loan fund (246-00-7501-7050).

Sec. 101.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Kansas state university polytechnic campus (including official hospitality) (367-00-1000-0150) $160,080

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $93,770,628 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 87(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account (367-00-1000-0003), the sum of $11,652 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $6,077,393 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 87(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the global food systems account (367-00-1000-0190), the sum of $1,077,393 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $137,436 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 87(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the midwest institute for comparative stem cell biology account (367-00-1000-0170), the sum of $7,603 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 102.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (367-00-1000-0003) $99,234,360

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Midwest institute for comparative stem cell biology (367-00-1000-0170) $127,178

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the midwest institute for comparative stem cell biology account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Global food systems (367-00-1000-0190) $4,897,768

Provided, That unencumbered balance in the global food systems account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all moneys in the global food systems account expended for fiscal year 2022 shall be matched by Kansas state university on a $1-for-$1 basis from other moneys of Kansas state university: And provided further, That Kansas state university shall submit a plan to the house committee on appropriations, the senate committee on ways and means and the governor as to how the global food systems-related activities create additional jobs in the state and other economic value, particularly for and with the private sector, for fiscal year 2022.

  • Kansas state university polytechnic campus (including official hospitality) (367-00-1000-0150) $6,991,557

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas state university polytechnic campus (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Parking fees fund (367-00-5181) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for capital improvement projects for parking improvements.

  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (367-00-2472-2500) No limit
  • General fees fund (367-00-2062-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Interest on endowment fund (367-00-7100-7200) No limit
  • Restricted fees fund (367-00-2520-2080) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Technology equipment; flight services; communications and marketing; computer services; copy centers; standardized test fees; placement center; recreational services; polytechnic campus; motor pool; music; professorships; student activities fees; biology sales and services; chemistry; field camps; physics storeroom; sponsored research, sponsored instruction, sponsored public service, equipment and facility grants; contract-post office; library collections; sponsored construction or improvement projects; attorney, educational and personal development, human capital services; student financial assistance; application for undergraduate programs; speech and hearing; gifts; human development and family research and training; college of education – publications and services; guaranteed student loan application processing; auditorium receipts; catalog sales; interagency consulting; sales and services of educational programs; transcript fees; facility use fees; college of health and human sciences storeroom; college of health and human sciences sales; application for post baccalaureate programs; art exhibit fees; college of education – Kansas careers; foreign student application fee; student union repair and replacement reserve; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other collections; institutional support fee; miscellaneous renovations – construction; speech receipts; art museum; exchange program; flight training lab fees; administrative reimbursements; parking fees; printing; short courses and conferences; student government association receipts; late registration fee; engineering equipment fee; architecture equipment fee; biotechnology facility; English language program; international programs; Bramlage coliseum; planning and analysis; telecommunications; comparative medicine; Marlatt memorial park; departmental student organization receipts; other specifically designated receipts not available for general operations of the university: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures from the restricted fees fund may be made for the purchase of insurance for operation and testing of completed project aircraft and for operation of aircraft used in professional pilot training, including coverage for public liability, physical damage, medical payments and voluntary settlement coverages: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for official hospitality.

  • Kansas career work study program fund (367-00-2540-2090) No limit
  • Service clearing fund (367-00-6003-7000) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Supplies stores; telecommunications services; photographic services; K-State printing services; postage; facilities services; facilities carpool; public safety services; facility planning services; facilities storeroom; computing services; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Sponsored research overhead fund (367-00-2901-2160) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the sponsored research overhead fund for official hospitality.

  • Housing system suspense fund (367-00-5708-4830) No limit
  • Housing system operations fund (367-00-5163) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the housing system operations fund for official hospitality.

  • State emergency fund – building repair (367-00-2451-2451) No limit
  • Housing system repair, equipment and improvement fund (367-00-5641-4740) No limit
  • Coliseum system repair, equipment and improvement fund (367-00-5642-4750) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (367-00-9137-9310) No limit
  • Student health fees fund (367-00-5109-4410) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the student health fees fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical therapists, at the student health center.

  • Scholarship funds fund (367-00-7201-7210) No limit
  • Perkins student loan fund (367-00-7506-7260) No limit
  • Federal award advance payment – U.S. department of education awards fund (367-00-3855-3350) No limit
  • State agricultural university fund (367-00-7400-7250) No limit
  • Salina – student union fees fund (367-00-5114-4420) No limit
  • Salina – housing system revenue fund (367-00-5117-4430) No limit
  • Salina – housing system suspense fund (367-00-5724-4890) No limit
  • Kansas comprehensive grant fund (367-00-7223-7300) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (367-00-9020-9300) No limit
  • Business procurement card clearing fund (367-00-9102-9400) No limit
  • Suspense fund (367-00-9146-9320) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (367-00-9164-9330) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (367-00-9186-9360) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (367-00-9221-9200) No limit
  • Salina student life center revenue fund (367-00-5111-5120) No limit
  • Child care facility revenue fund (367-00-5125-5101) No limit
  • University federal fund (367-00-3142) No limit
  • Animal health research fund (367-00-2053-2053) No limit
  • National bio agro-defense facility fund (367-00-2058-2058) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the national bio agro-defense facility fund shall be approved by the president of Kansas state university.

  • Kan-grow engineering fund – KSU (367-00-2154-2154) No limit
  • Payroll clearing fund (367-00-9801-9000) No limit
  • Fed ext emp clearing fund – employee deduct (367-00-9182-9340) No limit
  • Fed ext emp clearing fund – employer deduct (367-00-9183-9350) No limit
  • Temp dep fund external source (367-00-9065-9305) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing fund (367-00-7710-7270) No limit
  • Interest bearing grants fund (367-00-2630-2630) No limit

Provided, That, on or before the 10th day of each month commencing during fiscal year 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the interest bearing grants fund interest earnings based on: (1) The average daily balance in the interest bearing grants fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

  • Student union renovation expansion revenue fund (367-00-5191-4650) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (367-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (367-00-3638) No limit

Sec. 103.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SYSTEMS
AND AGRICULTURE RESEARCH PROGRAMS

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $19,422,522 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 89(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the cooperative extension service (including official hospitality) account (369-00-1000-1020), the sum of $11,381 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $31,074,754 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 89(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the agricultural experiment stations (including official hospitality) account (369-00-1000-1030), the sum of $9,822 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $861,991 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 89(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the wildfire suppression/state forest service account (369-00-1000-1040), the sum of $213,689 is hereby lapsed.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, no moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for Kansas state university or Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs shall be expended on or after the effective date of this act by Kansas state university or Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs, directly or indirectly, to: (1) Require participants to wear a face covering while participating in any 4-H organization, unit, event or activity; or (2) require participants to have a COVID-19 vaccination to participate in any 4-H organization, unit, event or activity.

Sec. 104.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SYSTEMS
AND AGRICULTURE RESEARCH PROGRAMS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Cooperative extension service (including official hospitality) (369-00-1000-1020) $19,198,926

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the cooperative extension service (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Agricultural experiment stations (including official hospitality) (369-00-1000-1030) $30,721,946

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the agricultural experiment stations (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Wildfire suppression/state forest service (369-00-1000-1040) $636,710

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the wildfire suppression/state forest service account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Restricted fees fund (369-00-2697-1100) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Plant pathology; Kansas artificial breeding service unit; technology equipment; professorships; agricultural experiment station, director’s office; agronomy – Ashland farm; KSU agricultural research center – Hays; KSU southeast agricultural research center; KSU southwest research extension center; agronomy – general; agronomy – experimental field crop sales; entomology sales; grain science and industry – Kansas state university; food and nutrition research; extension services and publication; sponsored construction or improvement projects; gifts; comparative medicine; sales and services of educational programs; animal sciences and industry livestock and product sales; horticulture greenhouse and farm products sales; Konza prairie operations; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other collections; institutional support fee; KSU northwest research extension center operations; sponsored research, public service, equipment and facility grants; statistical laboratory; equipment/pesticide storage building; miscellaneous renovation – construction; other specifically designated receipts not available for general operations of the university: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas agricultural mediation service account of the restricted fees fund during fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for official hospitality.

  • Fertilizer research fund (369-00-2263-1150) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (369-00-2921-1200) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the sponsored research overhead fund for official hospitality.

  • Federal awards – advance payment fund (369-00-3872-1360) No limit
  • Smith-Lever special program grant – federal fund (369-00-3047-1330) No limit
  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (369-00-2479-1190) No limit
  • Agricultural land use-value fund (369-00-2364-1180) No limit
  • University federal fund (369-00-3144) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (369-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (369-00-3638) No limit

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Agricultural experiment stations (369-00-1900-1900) $307,939

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, no moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for Kansas state university or Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs shall be expended on or after July 1, 2021, by Kansas state university or Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs, directly or indirectly, to: (1) Require participants to wear a face covering while participating in any 4-H organization, unit, event or activity; or (2) require participants to have a COVID-19 vaccination to participate in any 4-H organization, unit, event or activity.

Sec. 105.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY VETERINARY MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (368-00-1000-5003) $10,376,738

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating enhancement (368-00-1000-5023) $4,757,733

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating enhancement account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the operating enhancement account shall be expended in accordance with the plan submitted by the board of regents for improving the rankings of the Kansas state university veterinary medical center and shall be approved by the president of Kansas state university.

  • Veterinary training program for rural Kansas (368-00-1000-5013) $378,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the veterinary training program for rural Kansas account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (368-00-2129-5500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Vet health center revenue fund (including official hospitality) (368-00-5160-5300) No limit
  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (368-00-2478-5220) No limit
  • Restricted fees fund (368-00-2590-5530) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Sponsored research, instruction, public service, equipment and facility grants; sponsored construction or improvement projects; technology equipment; pathology fees; laboratory test fees; miscellaneous renovations or construction; dean of veterinary medicine receipts; gifts; application for postbaccalaureate programs; professorship; embryo transfer unit; swine serology; rapid focal fluorescent inhibition test; comparative medicine; storerooms; departmental receipts for all sales, refunds and other collections; departmental student organization receipts; other specifically designated receipts not available for general operation of the Kansas state university veterinary medical center: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for official hospitality.

  • Health professions student loan fund (368-00-7521-5710) No limit
  • University federal fund (368-00-3143-5140) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (368-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (368-00-3638) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the president of Kansas state university of not to exceed a total of $15,000 from the general fees fund (368-00-2129-5500) to the health professions student loan fund (368-00-7521-5710).

Sec. 106.

EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (379-00-1000-0083) $33,574,431

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Reading recovery program (379-00-1000-0100) $200,862

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the reading recovery program account for official hospitality.

  • Nat’l board cert/future teacher academy (379-00-1000-0200) $121,952

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the nat’l board cert/future teacher academy account for official hospitality.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Parking fees fund (379-00-5186) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for a capital improvement project for parking lot improvements.

  • General fees fund (379-00-2069-2010) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Interest on state normal school fund (379-00-7101-7000) No limit
  • Restricted fees fund (379-00-2526-2040) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Computer services, student activity; technology equipment; student union; sponsored research; computer services; extension classes; gifts and grants (for teaching, research and capital improvements); capital improvements; business school contributions; state department of education (vocational); library services; library collections; interest on local funds; receipts from conferences, clinics, and workshops held on campus for which no college credit is given; physical plant reimbursements from auxiliary enterprises; midwestern student exchange; departmental receipts – for all sales, refunds and other collections or receipts not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That all amounts of tuition received from students participating in the midwestern student exchange program shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the midwestern student exchange account of the restricted fees fund: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the restricted fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Service clearing fund (379-00-6004) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Telecommunications services; state car operation; ESU press including duplicating and reproducing; postage; physical plant storeroom including motor fuel inventory; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Commencement fees fund (379-00-2527-2050) No limit
  • Kansas career work study program fund (379-00-2549-2060) No limit
  • Student health fees fund (379-00-5115-5010) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the student health fees fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical therapists, at the student health center.

  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (379-00-2473-2400) No limit
  • Bureau of educational measurements fund (379-00-5118-5020) No limit
  • National direct student loan fund (379-00-7507-7040) No limit
  • Economic opportunity act – work study – federal fund (379-00-3128-3000) No limit
  • Educational opportunity grants – federal fund (379-00-3129-3010) No limit
  • Basic opportunity grant program – federal fund (379-00-3130-3020) No limit
  • Research and institutional overhead fund (379-00-2902-2070) No limit
  • Kansas comprehensive grant fund (379-00-7224-7060) No limit
  • Housing system suspense fund (379-00-5701-5130) No limit
  • Housing system operations fund (379-00-5169-5050) No limit
  • Kansas distinguished scholarship fund (379-00-2762-2700) No limit
  • University federal fund (379-00-3145) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the university federal fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance.

  • Twin towers project revenue fund (379-00-5120-5030) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing fund (379-00-7712-7050) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (379-00-9022-9510) No limit
  • Federal receipts suspense fund (379-00-9085-9520) No limit
  • Suspense fund (379-00-9021) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (379-00-9138-9530) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (379-00-9165-9540) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (379-00-9196-9550) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (379-00-9222-9200) No limit
  • University payroll fund (379-00-9802) No limit
  • Leveraging educational assistance partnership federal fund (379-00-3224-3200) No limit
  • National direct student loan fund (379-00-7507-7040) No limit
  • Student union refurbishing fund (379-00-5161-5040) No limit
  • Housing system repairs, equipment and improvement fund (379-00-5650-5120) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (379-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (379-00-3638) No limit

Sec. 107.

PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,065,834 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 94(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the school of construction account (385-00-1000-0200), the sum of $317,665 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,416,639 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 94(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the polymer science program account (385-00-1000-0300), the sum of $11,610 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 108.

PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (385-00-1000-0063) $36,113,281

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • School of construction (385-00-1000-0200) $751,493

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the school of construction account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Polymer science program (385-00-1000-0300) $1,009,386

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the polymer science program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Parking fees fund (385-00-5187-5060) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fees fund for capital improvement projects for parking lot improvements.

  • General fees fund (385-00-2070-2010) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received for tuition received from students participating in the gorilla advantage program or the midwestern student exchange program shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the general fees fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Restricted fees fund (385-00-2529-2040) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Computer services; capital improvements; instructional technology fee; technology equipment; student activity fee accounts; commencement fees; ROTC activities; continuing education receipts; vocational auto parts and service fees; receipts from camps, conferences and meetings held on campus; library service collections and fines; grants from other state agencies; Midwest Quarterly; chamber music series; contract – post office; gifts and grants; intensive English program; business and technology institute; public sector radio station activities; economic opportunity – state match; Kansas career work study; regents supplemental grants; departmental receipts, and other specifically designated receipts not available for general operations of the university: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That surplus restricted fees moneys generated by the music department may be transferred to the Pittsburg state university foundation, inc., for the express purpose of awarding music scholarships: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for official hospitality.

  • Service clearing fund (385-00-6005) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Duplicating and printing services; instructional media division; office stationery and supplies; motor carpool; postage services; photo services; telephone services; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Hospital and student health fees fund (385-00-5126-5010) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the hospital and student health fees fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals employed on the medical staff, including pharmacists and physical therapists, at the student health center: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for capital improvement projects for hospital and student health center improvements.

  • Suspense fund (385-00-9024-9510) No limit
  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (385-00-2474-2400) No limit
  • Perkins student loan fund (385-00-7509-7020) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (385-00-2903-2903) No limit
  • College work study federal fund (385-00-3498-3030) No limit
  • Nursing student loan fund (385-00-7508-7010) No limit
  • Housing system suspense fund (385-00-5703-5170) No limit
  • Housing system operations fund (385-00-5165-5050) No limit
  • Housing system repairs, equipment and improvement fund (385-00-5646-5160) No limit
  • Kansas comprehensive grant fund (385-00-7227-7200) No limit
  • Kansas career work study program fund (385-00-2552-2060) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing fund (385-00-7713-7030) No limit
  • Payroll clearing fund (385-00-9023-9500) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (385-00-9025-9520) No limit
  • Federal receipts suspense fund (385-00-9104-9530) No limit
  • BPC clearing fund (385-00-9109-9570) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (385-00-9139-9540) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (385-00-9166-9550) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (385-00-9195-9560) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (385-00-9223-9200) No limit
  • University payroll fund (385-00-9803) No limit
  • University federal fund (385-00-3146) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the university federal fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance.

  • Overman student center renovation fund (385-00-2820-2820) No limit
  • Student health center revenue fund (385-00-2828-2851) No limit
  • Horace Mann building renovation fund (385-00-2833) No limit
  • Revenue 2014A fund (385-00-5106-5105) No limit
  • Nurse faculty loan program federal fund (385-00-3596-3596) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (385-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (385-00-3638) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the president of Pittsburg state university of not to exceed a total of $145,000 for all such amounts, from the general fees fund (385-00-2070-2010) to the following specified funds and accounts of funds: Perkins student loan fund (385-00-7509-7020); nursing student loan fund (385-00-7508-7010); and nurse faculty loan program federal fund (385-00-3596-3596).

Sec. 109.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $6,236,815 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 96(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the geological survey account (682-00-1000-0170), the sum of $16 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 110.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (682-00-1000-0023) $135,531,729

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Geological survey (682-00-1000-0170) $6,137,270

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the geological survey account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the geological survey account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the geological survey account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 for seismic surveys in an amount not less than $100,000.

  • Umbilical cord matrix project (682-00-1000-0370) $132,905

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the umbilical cord matrix project account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Parking facilities revenue fund (682-00-5175-5070) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking facilities revenue fund for capital improvement projects for parking improvements.

  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (682-00-2475-2500) No limit
  • General fees fund (682-00-2107-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys.

  • Interest fund (682-00-7103-7000) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (682-00-2905-2160) No limit
  • Law enforcement training center fund (682-00-2133-2020) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the law enforcement training center fund to cover the costs of tuition for students enrolled in the law enforcement training program in addition to the costs of salaries and wages and other operating expenditures for the program: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the law enforcement training center fund for the acquisition of tracts of land.

  • Law enforcement training center fees fund (682-00-2763-2700) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received for tuition from students enrolling in the basic law enforcement training program for undergraduate or graduate credit shall be deposited in the state treasury and credited to the law enforcement training center fees fund.

  • Restricted fees fund (682-00-2545) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Institute for policy and social research; technology equipment; capital improvements; concert course; speech, language and hearing clinic; perceptual motor clinic; application for admission fees; named professorships; summer institutes and workshops; dramatics; economic opportunity act; executive management; continuing education programs; geology field trips; gifts and grants; extension services; counseling center; investment income from bequests; reimbursable salaries; music and art camp; child development lab preschools; orientation center; educational placement; press publications; Rice estate educational project; sponsored research; student activities; sale of surplus books and art objects; building use charges; Kansas applied remote sensing program; executive master’s degree in business administration; applied English center; cartographic services; economic education; study abroad programs; computer services; recreational activities; animal care activities; geological survey; midwestern student exchange; department commercial receipts for all sales, refunds, and all other collections or receipts not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That moneys received for student fees in any account of the restricted fees fund may be transferred to one or more other accounts of the restricted fees fund.

  • Service clearing fund (682-00-6006) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Residence hall food stores; university motor pool; military uniforms; telecommunications service; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Health service fund (682-00-5136-5030) No limit
  • Kansas career work study program fund (682-00-2534-2050) No limit
  • Student union fund (682-00-5137-5040) No limit
  • Federal Perkins loan fund (682-00-7512-7040) No limit
  • Health professions student loan fund (682-00-7513-7050) No limit
  • Housing system suspense fund (682-00-5704-5150) No limit
  • Housing system operations fund (682-00-5142-5050) No limit
  • Housing system repairs, equipment and improvement fund (682-00-5621-5110) No limit
  • Educational opportunity act – federal fund (682-00-3842-3020) No limit
  • Loans for disadvantaged students fund (682-00-7510-7100) No limit
  • Prepaid tuition fees clearing fund (682-00-7765) No limit
  • Kansas comprehensive grant fund (682-00-7226-7110) No limit
  • Fire service training fund (682-00-2123-2170) No limit
  • University federal fund (682-00-3147) No limit
  • Johnson county education research triangle fund (682-00-2393-2390) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (682-00-9061-9020) No limit
  • Suspense fund (682-00-9060-9010) No limit
  • BPC clearing fund (682-00-9119-9050) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (682-00-9142-9030) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (682-00-9167-9040) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (682-00-9193-9060) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (682-00-9224-9200) No limit
  • University payroll fund (682-00-9806) No limit
  • GTA/GRA emp health insurance clearing fund (682-00-9063-9070) No limit
  • Standard water data repository fund (682-00-2463-2463) No limit
  • Multicultural rescr center construction fund (682-00-2890-2890) No limit
  • Kan-grow engineering fund – KU (682-00-2153-2153) No limit
  • Child care facility revenue bond fund (682-00-2372) No limit
  • Student recreation fitness center KDFA fund (682-00-2864-2860) No limit
  • Student union renovation revenue fund (682-00-5171-5060) No limit
  • Parking facility KDFA 1993G revenue fund (682-00-5175-5070) No limit
  • Student health facility maintenance, repair and equipment fee fund (682-00-5640-5120) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (682-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (682-00-3638) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the chancellor of the university of Kansas of not to exceed a total of $325,000 for all such amounts, from the general fees fund (682-00-2107-2000) to the following specified funds and accounts of funds: Federal Perkins loan fund (682-00-7512-7040); educational opportunity act – federal fund (682-00-3842-3020); university federal fund (682-00-3147-3140); health professions student loan fund (682-00-7513-7050); loans for disadvantaged students fund (682-00-7510-7100).

(d) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the water plan project or projects specified, the following:

  • Geological survey (682-00-1800-1810) $26,841

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the geological survey account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 111.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $101,684,946 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 97(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account (683-00-1000-0503), the sum of $127,286 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $60,000 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 97(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the rural health bridging psychiatry account (683-00-1000-1015), the sum of $30,000 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,400,035 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 97(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the medical scholarships and loans psychiatry account (683-00-1000-0610), the sum of $430,035 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 112.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (683-00-1000-0503) $105,358,935

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from this account may be used to reimburse medical residents in residency programs located in Kansas City at the university of Kansas medical center for the purchase of health insurance for residents’ dependents.

  • Medical scholarships and loans (683-00-1000-0600) $4,488,171

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the medical scholarships and loans account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Midwest stem cell therapy center (683-00-1000-0800) $749,822

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the midwest stem cell therapy center account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Rural health bridging (683-00-1000-1010) $140,000
  • Medical scholarships and loans psychiatry (683-00-1000-0610) $970,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the medical scholarships and loans psychiatry account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Rural health bridging psychiatry (683-00-1000-1015) $30,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rural health bridging psychiatry account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (683-00-2108-2500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys.

  • Midwest stem cell therapy center fund (683-00-2072-2072) $0
  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (683-00-2476-2400) No limit
  • Restricted fees fund (683-00-2551) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to the following accounts: Technology equipment; capital improvements; computer services; expenses reimbursed by the Kansas university endowment association; postgraduate fees; pathology fees; student health insurance premiums; gift receipts; designated research collaboration; facilities use; photography; continuing education; student activity fees; student application fees; department duplicating; student health services; student identification badges; student transcript fees; loan administration fees; fitness center fees; occupational health fees; employee health; telekid care fees; area outreach fees; police fees; endowment payroll reimbursement; rental property; e-learning fees; surplus property sales; outreach air travel; student loan legal fees; hospital authority salary reimbursements; graduate medical education contracts; Kansas university physicians inc., salaries reimbursements; housestaff activity fees; anatomy cadavers; biotechnology services; energy center funded depreciation; biostatistics; electron microscope services; Wichita faculty contracts; physical therapy services; legal fee reimbursements; sponsored research; departmental commercial receipts for all sales, refunds and all other collections of receipts not specifically enumerated above; Kansas department for children and families cost-sharing: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase health insurance coverage for all students enrolled in the school of allied health, school of nursing and school of medicine.

  • Scientific research and development – special revenue fund (683-00-2926) No limit
  • Kansas breast cancer research fund (683-00-2671-2660) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (683-00-2907-2800) No limit
  • Parking facility revenue fund – KC campus (683-00-5176-5550) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking facility revenue fund – KC campus for capital improvement projects for parking improvements.

  • Parking fee fund – Wichita campus (683-00-5180-5590) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the parking fee fund – Wichita campus for capital improvement projects for parking improvements.

  • Services to hospital authority fund (683-00-2915-2900) No limit
  • Direct medical education reimbursement fund (683-00-2918-3000) No limit
  • Service clearing fund (683-00-6007) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Printing services; purchasing storeroom; university motor pool; physical plant storeroom; photo services; telecommunications services; facilities operations discretionary repairs; animal care; instructional services; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Educational nurse faculty loan program fund (683-00-7505-7540) No limit
  • Federal college work study fund (683-00-3256-3520) No limit
  • AMA education and research grant fund (683-00-7207-7500) No limit
  • Federal health professions/primary care student loan fund (683-00-7516-7560) No limit
  • Federal nursing student loan fund (683-00-7517-7570) No limit
  • Suspense fund (683-00-9057-9500) No limit
  • Federal student educational opportunity grant fund (683-00-3255-3510) No limit
  • Federal Pell grant fund (683-00-3252-3500) No limit
  • Federal Perkins student loan fund (683-00-7515-7550) No limit
  • Medical loan repayment fund (683-00-7214-7520) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the medical loan repayment fund for attorney fees and litigation costs associated with the administration of the medical scholarship and loan program shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the operating expenditures account of the medical loan repayment fund.

  • Medical student loan programs provider assessment fund (683-00-2625-2650) No limit
  • Graduate medical education administration reserve fund (683-00-5652-5640) No limit
  • University of Kansas medical center private practice foundation reserve fund (683-00-5659-5660) No limit
  • Robert Wood Johnson award fund (683-00-7328-7530) No limit
  • Federal scholarship for disadvantaged students fund (683-00-3094-3100) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (683-00-9058-9510) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (683-00-9143-9520) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (683-00-9168-9530) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (683-00-9194-9600) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (683-00-9225-9200) No limit
  • University payroll fund (683-00-9807) No limit
  • University federal fund (683-00-3148) No limit
  • Leveraging educational assistance partnership federal fund (683-00-3223-3200) No limit
  • Johnson county education research triangle fund (683-00-2394-2390) No limit
  • Psychiatry medical loan repayment fund (683-00-7233-7233) No limit
  • Rural health bridging psychiatry fund (683-00-2218-2218) No limit
  • Cancer center research (683-00-2551-2700) No limit
  • Graduate medical education reimbursement fund (683-00-2918-3050) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (683-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (683-00-3638) No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer amounts specified by the chancellor of the university of Kansas of not to exceed a total of $125,000 for all such amounts, from the general fees fund (683-00-2108-2500) to the following funds: Federal nursing student loan fund (683-00-7517-7570); federal student education opportunity grant fund (683-00-3255-3510); federal college work study fund (683-00-3256-3520); educational nurse faculty loan program fund (683-00-7505-7540); federal health professions/primary care student loan fund (683-00-7516-7560).

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, and within the limits of appropriations therefor, the university of Kansas medical center may enter into contracts to purchase additional malpractice insurance for medical students enrolled at the university of Kansas medical center while in clinical training at the university of Kansas medical center or at other health care institutions.

Sec. 113.

WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (715-00-1000-0003) $67,924,170

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Aviation research (715-00-1000-0015) $9,448,500

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the aviation research account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all moneys in the aviation research account expended for fiscal year 2022 shall be matched by Wichita state university on a $1-for-$1 basis from other moneys of Wichita state university: And provided further, That Wichita state university shall submit a plan to the house committee on appropriations, the senate committee on ways and means and the governor as to how aviation research-related activities create additional jobs in the state and other economic value, particularly for and with the private sector, for fiscal year 2022.

  • Technology transfer facility (715-00-1000-0005) $1,995,400

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the technology transfer account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Aviation infrastructure (715-00-1000-0010) $4,809,450

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the aviation infrastructure account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2022, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the aviation infrastructure account for fiscal year 2022 by Wichita state university by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, the moneys appropriated in the aviation infrastructure account for fiscal year 2022 may only be expended for training and equipment expenditures of the national center for aviation training.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (715-00-2112) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund to match federal grant moneys: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for official hospitality.

  • Restricted fees fund (715-00-2558) No limit

Provided, That restricted fees shall be limited to receipts for the following accounts: Summer school workshops; technology equipment; concert course; dramatics; continuing education; flight training; gifts and grants (for teaching, research, and capital improvements); capital improvements; testing service; state department of education (vocational); investment income from bequests; sale of surplus books and art objects; public service; veterans counseling and educational benefits; sponsored research; campus privilege fee; student activities; national defense education programs; engineering equipment fee; midwestern student exchange; departmental receipts – for all sales, refunds and other collections or receipts not specifically enumerated above: Provided, however, That the state board of regents, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, may amend or change this list of restricted fees: Provided further, That all restricted fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the appropriate account of the restricted fees fund and shall be used solely for the specific purpose or purposes for which collected: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance: And provided further, That expenditures from this fund may be made for the purchase of medical malpractice liability coverage for individuals employed on the medical staff at the student health center: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund for official hospitality.

  • Service clearing fund (715-00-6008) No limit

Provided, That the service clearing fund shall be used for the following service activities: Central service duplicating and reproducing bureau; automobiles; furniture stores; postal clearing; telecommunications; computer services; and such other internal service activities as are authorized by the state board of regents under K.S.A. 76-755, and amendments thereto.

  • Faculty of distinction matching fund (715-00-2477-2400) No limit
  • Kansas career work study program fund (715-00-2536-2020) No limit
  • Scholarship funds fund (715-00-7211-7000) No limit
  • Sponsored research overhead fund (715-00-2908-2080) No limit
  • Economic opportunity act – federal fund (715-00-3265-3100) No limit
  • Educational opportunity grant – federal fund (715-00-3266-3110) No limit
  • Nine month payroll clearing account fund (715-00-7717-7030) No limit
  • Pell grants federal fund (715-00-3366-3120) No limit
  • Housing system suspense fund (715-00-5705-5160) No limit
  • WSU housing system depreciation and replacement fund (715-00-5800-5260) No limit
  • National direct student loan fund (715-00-7519-7010) No limit
  • WSU housing systems revenue fund (715-00-5100-5250) No limit
  • WSU housing system surplus fund (715-00-5620-5270) No limit
  • University federal fund (715-00-3149-3140) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the university federal fund to purchase insurance for equipment purchased through research and training grants only if such grants include money for and authorize the purchase of such insurance.

  • Center of innovation for biomaterials in orthopaedic research – Wichita state university fund (715-00-2750-2700) No limit
  • Kan-grow engineering fund – WSU (715-00-2155-2155) No limit
  • Aviation research fund (715-00-2052-2052) No limit
  • Temporary deposit fund (715-00-9059-9500) No limit
  • Suspense fund (715-00-9077) No limit
  • Mandatory retirement annuity clearing fund (715-00-9144-9520) No limit
  • Voluntary tax shelter annuity clearing fund (715-00-9169-9530) No limit
  • Agency payroll deduction clearing fund (715-00-9198-9400) No limit
  • Pre-tax parking clearing fund (715-00-9226-9200) No limit
  • Parking system project KDFA bond revenue fund (715-00-5148-5000) No limit
  • Parking system project maintenance KDFA revenue bond fund (715-00-5159-5040) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (715-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (715-00-3638) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the chief executive officer of Wichita state university, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for Wichita state university to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for Wichita state university. The chief executive officer of Wichita state university shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

Sec. 114.

STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Tuition for technical education (561-00-1000-0120) $2,100,000

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,517,649 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 101(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account (561-00-1000-0103), the sum of $1,417 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 115.

STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (including official hospitality) (561-00-1000-0103) $4,466,629

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, during fiscal year 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account for fiscal year 2022 by the state board of regents as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, the state board of regents is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account for fiscal year 2022 for attendance at an in-state meeting by members of the state board of regents for participation in matters of educational interest to the state of Kansas, upon approval of such attendance and participation by the state board of regents: And provided further, That each member of the state board of regents attending an in-state meeting so authorized shall be paid compensation, subsistence allowances, mileage and other expenses as provided in K.S.A. 75-3212, and amendments thereto, for members of the legislature: And provided further, That, during fiscal year 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute and in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account for fiscal year 2022 by the state board of regents as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, the state board of regents is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account for fiscal year 2022 for attendance at an out-of-state meeting by members of the state board of regents whenever under any provision of law such members of the state board of regents are authorized to attend the out-of-state meeting or whenever the state board of regents authorizes such members to attend the out-of-state meeting for participation in matters of educational interest to the state of Kansas: And provided further, That each member of the state board of regents attending an out-of-state meeting so authorized shall be paid compensation, subsistence allowances, mileage and other expenses as provided in K.S.A. 75-3212, and amendments thereto, for members of the legislature.

  • Midwest higher education commission (561-00-1000-0250) $95,000
  • State scholarship program (561-00-1000-4300) $1,035,919

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state scholarship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the state scholarship program account for the state scholarship program under K.S.A. 74-32,239, and amendments thereto, and for the Kansas distinguished scholarship program under K.S.A. 74-3278 through 74-3283, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That, of the total amount appropriated in the state scholarship program account, the amount dedicated for the Kansas distinguished scholarship program shall not exceed $25,000.

  • Comprehensive grant program (561-00-1000-4500) $16,258,338

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the comprehensive grant program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Ethnic minority scholarship program (561-00-1000-2410) $296,498

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the ethnic minority scholarship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Kansas work-study program (561-00-1000-2000) $546,813

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas work-study program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to transfer moneys from the Kansas work-study program account to the Kansas career work-study program fund of any institution under its jurisdiction participating in the Kansas work-study program established by K.S.A. 74-3274 et seq., and amendments thereto: And provided further, That all moneys transferred from this account to the Kansas career work-study program fund of any such institution shall be expended for and in accordance with the Kansas work-study program.

  • ROTC service scholarships (561-00-1000-4600) $175,335

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the ROTC service scholarships account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Military service scholarships (561-00-1000-1310) $500,314

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the military service scholarships account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the military service scholarships account shall be made for scholarships awarded under the military service scholarship program act, K.S.A. 74-32,227 through 74-32,232, and amendments thereto.

  • Teachers scholarship program (561-00-1000-0800) $1,547,023

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the teachers scholarship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • National guard educational assistance (561-00-1000-1300) $4,400,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the national guard educational assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That moneys in the national guard educational assistance account represent and include the profits derived from the veterans benefit game pursuant to K.S.A. 74-8724, and amendments thereto.

  • Career technical workforce grant (561-00-1000-2200) $114,075

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the career technical workforce grant account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Nursing student scholarship program (561-00-1000-4100) $417,255

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nursing student scholarship program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Optometry education program (561-00-1000-1100) $107,089

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the optometry education program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Municipal university operating grant (561-00-1000-1010) $12,445,987
  • Adult basic education (561-00-1000-0900) $1,457,031
  • Postsecondary tiered technical education state aid (561-00-1000-0760) $60,967,448

Provided, That if the amount of moneys appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, in the postsecondary tiered technical education state aid account (561-00-1000-0760) is $58,300,000 or greater, then the difference between the amount of moneys appropriated for the fiscal year 2022 and $58,300,000 shall be distributed based on each eligible institution’s calculated gap, according to the postsecondary tiered technical education state aid act, K.S.A. 71-1801 through 71-1810, and amendments thereto, as determined by the state board of regents: Provided further, That if the amount of moneys appropriated for the above agency for fiscal year 2022 is less than $58,300,000, then each eligible institution shall receive an amount of moneys proportionally adjusted to equal the amount of moneys such eligible institution received in fiscal year 2017.

  • Non-tiered course credit hour grant (561-00-1000-0550) $79,995,039

Provided, That if the amount of moneys appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, in the non-tiered course credit hour grant account is $76,496,329 or greater, then the difference between the amount of moneys appropriated for the fiscal year 2022 and $76,496,329 shall be distributed based on each eligible institution’s calculated gap, as determined by the state board of regents.

  • Technology equipment at community colleges and Washburn university (561-00-1000-0500) $398,475

Provided, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the technology equipment at community colleges and Washburn university account for grants to community colleges and Washburn university pursuant to grant applications for the purchase of technology equipment, in accordance with guidelines established by the state board of regents.

  • Career technical education capital outlay aid (561-00-1000-0310) $71,585
  • Tuition waivers (561-00-1000-1650) $134,657
  • Nurse educator grant program (561-00-1000-4120) $188,126

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nurse educator grant program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the nurse educator grant program account shall be made for scholarships awarded under the nurse educator service scholarship program act.

  • Nursing faculty and supplies grant program (561-00-1000-4130) $1,787,193

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nursing faculty and supplies grant program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to make grants to Kansas postsecondary educational institutions with accredited nursing programs from the nursing faculty and supplies grant program account for expansion of nursing faculty and laboratory supplies: And provided further, That such grants shall be either need-based or competitive and shall be matched on the basis of $1 from the nursing faculty and supplies grant program account for $1 from the postsecondary educational institution receiving the grant.

  • Tuition for technical education (561-00-1000-0120) $37,350,000

Provided, That, any unencumbered balance in the tuition for technical education account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the tuition for technical education account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the tuition for technical education account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 for the payment of technical education tuition for adult students who are enrolled in technical education classes while obtaining a GED using the accelerating opportunity program and for the postsecondary education institution to provide a transcript to each student who completes such technical education course: And provided further, That, such expenditures shall be in an amount not less than $500,000: And provided further, That during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, not later than 60 days following the class start date, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such account for tuition reimbursement.

  • Governor’s scholars program (561-00-1000-0950) $20,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the governor’s scholars program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Osteopathic medical service scholarship repayment fund (561-00-7216-6300) No limit
  • KAN-ED services fee fund (561-00-2814-2814) No limit
  • Earned indirect costs fund – federal (561-00-3642-3600) No limit
  • Faculty of distinction program fund (561-00-7200-7050) No limit
  • Paul Douglas teacher scholarship fund – federal (561-00-3879-3950) No limit
  • GED credentials processing fees fund (561-00-2151-2100) No limit
  • Tuition waiver gifts, grants and reimbursements fund (561-00-7230-7230) No limit
  • Adult basic education – federal fund (561-00-3042-3000) No limit
  • Truck driver training fund (561-00-2172-4900) No limit
  • Improving teacher quality grant federal fund (561-00-3526-3526) No limit
  • State scholarship discontinued attendance fund (561-00-7213-6100) No limit
  • Kansas ethnic minority fellowship program fund (561-00-7238-7600) No limit
  • Private postsecondary educational institution degree authorization expense reimbursement fee fund (561-00-2643-3300) No limit
  • Substance abuse education fund – federal (561-00-3805-4000) No limit
  • Nursing service scholarship program fund (561-00-7220-6800) No limit
  • Clearing fund (561-00-9029-9100) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (561-00-2433-3200) No limit
  • Motorcycle safety fund (561-00-2366-2360) No limit
  • Financial aid services fee fund (561-00-2280-2800) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the financial aid services fee fund for operating expenditures directly or indirectly related to the operating costs associated with student financial assistance programs administered by the state board of regents: Provided further, That the chief executive officer of the state board of regents is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for the processing of applications and other activities related to student financial assistance programs administered by the state board of regents: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or a part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred for administering such programs: And provided further, That all moneys received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the financial aid services fee fund.

  • Inservice education workshop fee fund (561-00-2266) No limit
  • Optometry education repayment fund (561-00-7203-7100) No limit
  • Teacher scholarship repayment fund (561-00-7205-7200) No limit
  • Nursing service scholarship repayment fund (561-00-7210-7400) No limit
  • Nurse educator service scholarship repayment fund (561-00-7231-7300) No limit
  • ROTC service scholarship repayment fund (561-00-7232-7232) No limit
  • Carl D. Perkins vocational and technical education – federal fund (561-00-3539-3539) No limit
  • College access challenge grant program (561-00-3880-3955) No limit
  • Kansas national guard educational assistance program repayment fund (561-00-7228-7000) No limit
  • Grants fund (561-00-2525-2500) No limit
  • Workforce development loan fund (561-00-7518-7900) No limit
  • Regents clearing fund (561-00-9052-9200) No limit
  • Private and out-of-state postsecondary educational institution fee fund (561-00-2614-2610) No limit
  • KanTRAIN federal fund (561-00-3578-3578) No limit
  • USAC E-rate program federal fund (561-00-3920-3920) No limit
  • WIOA youth activities federal fund (561-00-3039) No limit
  • WIOA adult set-aside federal fund (561-00-3270) No limit
  • WIOA dislocated workers set-aside federal fund (561-00-3428) No limit
  • Temporary assistance for needy families federal fund (561-00-3323-3323) No limit
  • Workforce data quality initiative federal fund (561-00-3237-3237) No limit
  • Postsecondary education performance-based incentives fund (561-00-2777-2777) $125,000
  • Private donations, gifts, grants bequest fund (561-00-7262-7700) No limit
  • WIOA pilot demonstration research project (561-00-3237-3237) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief federal fund (561-00-3753) No limit
  • Governor’s emergency education relief fund (561-00-3638) No limit
  • Kansas high school equivalency credential processing fee fund (561-00-2832-2832) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the chief executive officer of the state board of regents, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation in an account of the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, to another item of appropriation in an account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022. The chief executive officer of the state board of regents shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research. As used in this subsection, “account”: (1) Means the operating expenditures (including official hospitality) account of the state board of regents (561-00-1000-0103), the university of Kansas (682-00-1000-0023), the university of Kansas medical center (683-00-1000-0503), Kansas state university (367-00-1000-0003), Kansas state university polytechnic campus (367-00-1000-0150), Kansas state university veterinary medical center (368-00-1000-5003), Kansas state university extension systems and agriculture research programs (369-00-1000-1020) and (369-00-1000-1030), Wichita state university (715-00-1000-0003), Emporia state university (379-00-1000-0083), Pittsburg state university (385-00-1000-0063) and Fort Hays state university (246-00-1000-0013); and (2) includes each other account of the state general fund of the state board of regents. The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to the tuition for technical education account (561-00-1000-0120), non-tiered course credit hour grant account (561-00-1000-0550) or postsecondary tiered technical education state aid account (561-00-1000-0760).

(d) (1) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by any state educational institution from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for such state educational institution as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by such state educational institution from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of capital improvement projects making energy and other conservation improvements: Provided, That such capital improvement projects are hereby approved for such state educational institution for the purposes of K.S.A. 74-8905(b), and amendments thereto, and the authorization of issuance of one or more series of bonds by the Kansas development finance authority in accordance with that statute from time to time during fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That no such bonds shall be issued until the state board of regents has first advised and consulted on any such project with the joint committee on state building construction: Provided further, That the amount of the bond proceeds that may be utilized for any such capital improvement project shall be subject to approval by the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, except that such approval also may be given while the legislature is in session: And provided further, That, in addition to such project costs, any such amount of bond proceeds may include costs of issuance, capitalized interest and any required reserves for the payment of principal and interest on such bonds: And provided further, That all moneys received from the issuance of any such bonds shall be deposited and accounted for as prescribed by applicable bond covenants: And provided further, That payments relating to principal and interest on such bonds shall be subject to and dependent upon annual appropriations therefor to the state educational institution for which the bonds are issued: And provided further, That each energy conservation capital improvement project for which bonds are issued for financing under this subsection shall be designed and completed in order to have cost savings sufficient to be equal to or greater than the cost of debt service on such bonds: And provided further, That the state board of regents shall prepare and submit a report to the committee on appropriations of the house of representatives and the committee on ways and means of the senate on the savings attributable to energy conservation capital improvements for which bonds are issued for financing under this subsection (d)(1) at the beginning of the 2022 regular session of the legislature.

(2) As used in this subsection, “state educational institution” includes each state educational institution as defined in K.S.A. 76-711, and amendments thereto.

(e) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • SEDIF – career technical education capital outlay aid (561-00-1900-1950) $2,547,726

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the SEDIF – career technical education capital outlay aid account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from the SEDIF – career technical education capital outlay aid account for each grant of career technical education capital outlay aid shall be matched by the postsecondary institution awarded such grant in an amount which is equal to 50% of the grant.

  • SEDIF – technology innovation and internship program (561-00-1900-1960) $179,284

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in the SEDIF – technology innovation and internship program account is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • SEDIF – EPSCOR (561-00-1900-1970) $993,265
  • Community and technical college competitive grants (561-00-1900-1980) $500,000

Provided, That all moneys in the community and technical college competitive grants account shall be for grants awarded to community and technical colleges under a competitive grant program administered by the secretary of commerce: Provided further, That all expenditures from such account shall be for competitive grants to community and technical colleges that require a local match of nonstate moneys on a $1-for-$1 basis, from either the college or private industry partner, and that will develop innovative programs with private companies needing specific job skills or will meet other industry needs that cannot be addressed with current funding streams.

Sec. 116.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Treatment and programs – medical and mental (521-00-1000-0152) $7,778,323

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,928,243 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures – juvenile services account (521-00-1000-0103), the sum of $9,532 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,813,619 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the treatment and programs – offender programs account (521-00-1000-0151), the sum of $7,300 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $4,667,056 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the department of corrections – hepatitis C treatment account (521-00-1000-0153), the sum of $167,056 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,822,677 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the treatment and programs – KUMC contract account (521-00-1000-0154), the sum of $1,844 is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, of the $15,866,555 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the facilities operations account (521-00-1000-0303), the sum of $1,677,699 is hereby lapsed.

(g) On the effective date of this act, of the $57,164,793 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (521-00-1000-0603), the sum of $22,718 is hereby lapsed.

(h) On the effective date of this act, of the $10,642,886 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the department of corrections outsourcing male offenders account (521-00-1000-0606), the sum of $9,102,002 is hereby lapsed.

(i) On the effective date of this act, of the $16,912,173 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Ellsworth correctional facility – facilities operations account (177-00-1000-0303), the sum of $3,701,902 is hereby lapsed.

(j) On the effective date of this act, of the $34,001,579 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the El Dorado correctional facility – facilities operations account (195-00-1000-0303), the sum of $8,466,941 is hereby lapsed.

(k) On the effective date of this act, of the $20,651,958 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Kansas juvenile correctional complex – facilities operations account (352-00-1000-0303), the sum of $9,537 is hereby lapsed.

(l) On the effective date of this act, of the $31,868,324 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Lansing correctional facility – facilities operations account (400-00-1000-0303), the sum of $7,959,386 is hereby lapsed.

(m) On the effective date of this act, of the $13,007,182 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Larned correctional mental health facility – facilities operations account (408-00-1000-0303), the sum of $3,598,014 is hereby lapsed.

(n) On the effective date of this act, of the $18,474,694 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Norton correctional facility – facilities operations account (581-00-1000-0303), the sum of $1,750 is hereby lapsed.

(o) On the effective date of this act, of the $17,827,436 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Topeka correctional facility – facilities operations account (660-00-1000-0303), the sum of $20,696 is hereby lapsed.

(p) On the effective date of this act, of the $15,185,553 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Winfield correctional facility – facilities operations account (712-00-1000-0303), the sum of $1,381,009 is hereby lapsed.

(q) On the effective date of this act, of the $56,457,632 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the evidence-based programs account (521-00-1000-0050), the sum of $21,095,320 is hereby lapsed.

(r) On the effective date of this act, of the $36,587,527 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 103(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the Hutchinson correctional facility – facilities operations account (313-00-1000-0303), the sum of $856 is hereby lapsed.

(s) On the effective date of this act, of the $500,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 150(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state institutions building fund in the capital improvements — rehabilitation and repair of juvenile correctional facilities account (521-00-8100-8000), the sum of $861 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 117.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (521-00-1000-0603) $43,134,659

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Community corrections (521-00-1000-0220) $19,866,154

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the community corrections account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That no expenditures may be made by any county from any grant made to such county from the community corrections account for either half of state fiscal year 2022 that supplant any amount of local public or private funding of existing programs as determined in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the secretary of corrections.

  • Local jail payments (521-00-1000-0510) $1,550,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the local jail payments account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 19-1930, and amendments thereto, payments by the department of corrections under K.S.A. 19-1930(b), and amendments thereto, for the cost of maintenance of prisoners shall not exceed the per capita daily operating cost, not including inmate programs, for the department of corrections.

  • Treatment and programs – offender programs (521-00-1000-0151) $6,308,834

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the treatment and programs – offender programs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Treatment and programs – medical and mental (521-00-1000-0152) $77,645,754

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the treatment and programs – medical and mental account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Department of corrections hepatitis C treatment (521-00-1000-0153) $6,000,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the department of corrections hepatitis C treatment account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Treatment and programs – KUMC contract (521-00-1000-0154) $1,820,833

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the treatment and programs – KUMC contract account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Operating expenditures – juvenile services (521-00-1000-0103) $1,771,917

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures – juvenile services account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Evidence-based programs (521-00-1000-0050) $12,521,500

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the evidence-based programs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-52,164, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made from this account to conduct research into, and development of, evidence-based practices to reduce offender behavior and recidivism among juveniles: Provided, however, That the expenditures for such research and development shall not exceed $1,000,000.

  • Prevention and graduated sanctions community grants (521-00-1000-0221) $9,311,197

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the prevention and graduated sanctions community grants account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That moneys awarded as grants from the prevention and graduated sanctions community grants account is not an entitlement to communities, but a grant that must meet conditions prescribed by the above agency for appropriate outcomes.

  • Purchase of services (521-00-1000-0300) $906,795

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the purchase of services account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Department of corrections outsourcing male offenders (521-00-1000-0606) $1,324,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the department of corrections outsourcing male offenders account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Debt service payments – data systems replacement (521-00-1000) $79,182
  • Topeka correctional facility – facilities operations (660-00-1000-0303) $18,120,951

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Topeka correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Topeka correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Hutchinson correctional facility – facilities operations (313-00-1000-0303) $37,616,908

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Hutchinson correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Hutchinson correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Lansing correctional facility – facilities operations (400-00-1000-0303) $33,049,804

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Lansing correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Lansing correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Ellsworth correctional facility – facilities operations (177-00-1000-0303) $17,281,796

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Ellsworth correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Ellsworth correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Winfield correctional facility – facilities operations (712-00-1000-0303) $15,069,380

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Winfield correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Winfield correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Norton correctional facility – facilities operations (581-00-1000-0303) $18,982,385

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Norton correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Norton correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • El Dorado correctional facility – facilities operations (195-00-1000-0303) $34,798,237

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the El Dorado correctional facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the El Dorado correctional facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Larned correctional mental health facility – facilities operations (408-00-1000-0303) $13,460,854

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Larned correctional mental health facility – facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Larned correctional mental health facility – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500.

  • Kansas juvenile correctional complex – facilities operations (352-00-1000-0303) $21,128,884

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas juvenile correctional complex –facilities operations account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the Kansas juvenile correctional complex – facilities operations account for official hospitality shall not exceed $500: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for educational services contracts, which are hereby authorized to be negotiated and entered into by the above agency with unified school districts or other accredited educational services providers.

  • Facilities operations (521-00-1000-0303) $15,376,246

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the facilities shrinkage account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Juvenile crime community prevention $1,500,000

Provided, That, expenditures shall be made by such agency from such account during fiscal year 2022 to provide grants to communities for evidence-based juvenile crime prevention programs: Provided further, That, at least $500,000 of such grants shall require a $1-for-$1 local or private match.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Supervision fees fund (521-00-2116-2100) No limit
  • Justice reinvestment technical assistance for state governments project – federal fund (521-00-3758-3758) No limit
  • Residential substance abuse treatment – federal fund (521-00-3006) No limit
  • Department of corrections forensic psychologist fund (521-00-2492-2492) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the department of corrections forensic psychologist fund for general health care contract expenses.

  • Ed Byrne memorial justice assistance grants – federal fund (521-00-3057) No limit
  • Violence against women – federal fund (521-00-3214) No limit
  • Sex offender management grant – federal fund (521-00-3206-3206) No limit
  • Department of corrections state asset forfeiture fund (521-00-2460-2400) No limit
  • Prisoner reentry intv demo – federal fund (521-00-3063) No limit
  • Victims of crime act – federal fund (521-00-3260) No limit
  • Correctional industries fund (522-00-6126-7300) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the correctional industries fund for official hospitality.

  • Ed Byrne state and local law assistance – federal fund (521-00-3213-3213) No limit
  • Bulletproof vest partnership – federal fund (521-00-3216-3216) No limit
  • Safeguard community grants – federal fund (521-00-3225) No limit
  • Workforce investment act – federal fund (521-00-3237-3237) No limit
  • Workplace and community transition training – federal fund (521-00-3281-3281) No limit
  • USMS reimbursement – federal fund (521-00-3562-3562) No limit
  • Community awareness project – federal fund (521-00-3250-3250) No limit
  • Corrections training and staff development – federal fund (521-00-3413-3413) No limit
  • Second chance act – federal fund (521-00-3895-3895) No limit
  • Alcohol and drug abuse treatment fund (521-00-2339-2110) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the alcohol and drug abuse treatment fund for payments associated with providing treatment services to offenders who were driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs regardless of when the services were rendered.

  • State of Kansas – department of corrections inmate benefit fund (521-00-7950-5350) No limit
  • Department of corrections – alien incarceration grant fund – federal (521-00-3943-3800) No limit
  • Department of corrections – general fees fund (521-00-2427-2450) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the department of corrections – general fees fund for operating expenditures for training programs for correctional personnel, including official hospitality: Provided further, That the secretary of corrections is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such programs: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such training programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such programs shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the department of corrections – general fees fund.

  • Juvenile justice delinquency prevention federal fund (521-00-3351) No limit
  • Juvenile alternatives to detention fund (521-00-2250) No limit

Provided, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-4803, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the juvenile alternatives to detention fund for per diem payments to detention centers: Provided, however, That expenditures from the juvenile alternatives to detention fund for per diem payments to detention centers shall not exceed $100,000: And provided further, That the department of corrections is hereby authorized and directed to make expenditures from the juvenile alternatives to detention fund for fiscal year 2022 for purchase of services: And provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 79-4803, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the juvenile alternatives to detention fund for graduated sanctions.

  • Juvenile justice fee fund central office (521-00-2257) No limit
  • Title IV-E fund (521-00-3337) No limit
  • Juvenile delinquency preservation trust fund (521-00-7322-7000) No limit
  • Title I program for neglected and delinquent children – federal fund (521-00-3009) No limit
  • Topeka correctional facility – community development block grant – federal fund (660-00-3669-3669) No limit
  • Topeka correctional facility – bureau of prisons contract – federal fund (660-00-3582-3200) No limit
  • Topeka correctional facility – general fees fund (660-00-2090-2090) No limit
  • Hutchinson correctional facility – general fees fund (313-00-2051-2000) No limit
  • Lansing correctional facility – general fees fund (400-00-2040-2040) No limit
  • Ellsworth correctional facility – general fees fund (177-00-2227-2000) No limit
  • Winfield correctional facility – general fees fund (712-00-2237-2000) No limit
  • Norton correctional facility – general fees fund (581-00-2238-2000) No limit
  • El Dorado correctional facility – general fees fund (195-00-2252-2000) No limit
  • Larned correctional mental health facility – general fees fund (408-00-2145-2000) No limit
  • Kansas juvenile correctional complex – fee fund (352-00-2321-2300) No limit
  • Kansas juvenile correctional complex – gifts, grants and donations fund (352-00-7016-7000) No limit
  • Kansas juvenile correctional complex – title I neglected and delinquent children – federal fund (352-00-3009) No limit
  • Byrne grant – federal fund – Kansas juvenile correctional complex (352-00-3057-3057) No limit
  • National school breakfast program – federal fund – Kansas juvenile correctional complex (352-00-3529-3529) No limit
  • National school lunch program –federal fund – Kansas juvenile correctional complex (352-00-3530-3530) No limit
  • Community corrections supervision fund (521-00-2748-2748) No limit
  • Community corrections special revenue fund (521-00-2447-2447) No limit
  • Medical assistance program – federal fund (521-00-3414) No limit
  • Byrne grant – federal fund (521-00-3353-3200) No limit
  • Coronavirus emergency supplemental fund (521-00-3671) No limit
  • Coronavirus emergency supplemental fund – Lansing correctional facility (400-00-3671) No limit
  • ICJR – federal fund No limit
  • Second chance act reentry initiative – federal fund No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund – federal fund (521-00-3753) No limit
  • Coronavirus emergency supplemental fund – Larned correctional mental health facility (408-00-3671) No limit
  • Prison rape elimination act (PREA) justice assistance grant – federal fund (051-00-3758-3763) No limit
  • Violence against women – federal fund (051-00-3082-3083) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of corrections, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state general fund for the department of corrections or any correctional institution or correctional facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary of corrections to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the department of corrections or any correctional institution or correctional facility under the general supervision and management of the secretary of corrections. The secretary of corrections shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3731, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall accept for payment from the secretary of corrections any duly authorized claim to be paid from the local jail payments account (521-00-1000-0510) of the state general fund during fiscal year 2022 for costs pursuant to K.S.A. 19-1930(b), and amendments thereto, even though such claim is not submitted or processed for payment within the fiscal year in which the service is rendered and whether or not the services were rendered prior to the effective date of this act.

(e) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3731, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall accept for payment from the director of Kansas correctional industries any duly authorized claim to be paid from the correctional industries fund (522-00-6126-7300) during fiscal year 2022 for operating or manufacturing costs even though such claim is not submitted or processed for payment within the fiscal year in which the service is rendered and whether or not the services were rendered prior to the effective date of this act. The director of Kansas correctional industries shall provide to the director of the budget on or before September 15, 2021, a detailed accounting of all such payments made from the correctional industries fund during fiscal year 2021.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of corrections, with the approval of the director of the budget, may make transfers from the correctional industries fund (522-00-6126-7300) to the department of corrections – general fees fund (521-00-2427-2450). The secretary of corrections shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all expenditures made by the department of corrections from the correctional industries fund (522-00-6126-7300) shall be made on budget for all purposes of state accounting and budgeting for the department of corrections.

(h) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-52,164, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during fiscal year 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified pursuant to K.S.A. 75-52,164(b), and amendments thereto, from each account of the state general fund of a state agency that has been determined by the secretary of corrections to be actual or projected cost savings to the evidence-based programs account of the state general fund of the department of corrections: Provided, That the secretary of corrections shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

Sec. 118.

ADJUTANT GENERAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Deferred maintenance (034-00-1000-0700) $231,848

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $5,622,549 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 105(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (034-00-1000-0053), the sum of $481,848 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in the incident management team account (034-00-1000-0105) of the state general fund is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,319,554 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 105(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the disaster relief account (034-00-1000-0200), the sum of $12,475 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the unencumbered balance reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 105(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the emergency management account (034-00-1000-0600), the sum of $11,826,642 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 119.

ADJUTANT GENERAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (034-00-1000-0053) $5,510,157

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,500.

  • Civil air patrol – operating expenditures (034-00-1000-0103) $42,236
  • Disaster relief (034-00-1000-0200) $1,500,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the disaster relief account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Military activation payments (034-00-1000-0300) $6,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the military activation payments account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the military activation payments account shall be for military activation payments authorized by and subject to the provisions of K.S.A. 75-3228, and amendments thereto.

  • Kansas military emergency relief (034-00-1000-0400) $9,881

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas military emergency relief account for grants and interest-free loans, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the adjutant general with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions including eligibility as may be prescribed by the adjutant general therefor, to members and families of the Kansas army and air national guard and members and families of the reserve forces of the United States of America who are Kansas residents, during the period preceding, during and after mobilization to provide assistance to eligible family members experiencing financial emergencies: Provided further, That such assistance may include, but shall not be limited to, medical, funeral, emergency travel, rent, utilities, child care, food expenses and other unanticipated emergencies: And provided further, That any moneys received by the adjutant general in repayment of any grants or interest-free loans made from the Kansas military emergency relief account shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the Kansas military emergency relief account.

Any unencumbered balance in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, in each of the following accounts is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Force protection, calibrators decommission and replacement, environmental clean-up projects, emergency management.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas intelligence fusion center fund No limit
  • General fees fund (034-00-2102) No limit

Provided, That the adjutant general is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees agreed upon in memorandums of understanding with other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: Provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred under the provisions of the memorandums of understanding with other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: And provided further, That all fees received pursuant to such memorandums of understanding shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund.

  • Office of emergency communications fund (034-00-2496-2496) No limit

Provided, That the adjutant general is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for recovery of costs associated with the use of the above agency’s communication equipment by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: Provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred in providing for the use of the above agency’s communication equipment by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: And provided further, That all fees received for use of the above agency’s communication equipment by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations or not-for-profit organizations shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the office of emergency communications fund.

  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund – military division (034-00-2400-2030) No limit
  • Adjutant general expense fund (034-00-2357) No limit
  • State asset forfeiture fund (034-00-2498-2498) No limit
  • State emergency fund (034-00-2437) No limit
  • State emergency fund weather disasters 5/4/2007 (034-00-2441) No limit
  • State emergency fund weather disasters 12/06, 7/07 (034-00-2445) No limit
  • Disaster grants – public assistance federal fund (034-00-3005) No limit
  • National guard military operations/maintenance federal fund (034-00-3055-3300) No limit
  • Econ adjustment/military installation federal fund (034-00-3196-3196) No limit
  • Disaster assistance to individual/household federal fund (034-00-3405-3405) No limit
  • Interoperability communication equipment fund (034-00-3449-3449) No limit
  • Pre-disaster mitigation – federal fund (034-00-3268-3269) No limit
  • Hazard material training and planning – federal fund (034-00-3121-3310) No limit
  • State homeland security program federal fund (034-00-3629-3629) No limit
  • Nuclear safety emergency management fee fund (034-00-2081-2200) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, the adjutant general may make transfers of moneys from the nuclear safety emergency management fee fund to other state agencies for fiscal year 2022 pursuant to agreements, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the adjutant general with other state agencies to provide appropriate emergency management plans to administer the Kansas nuclear safety emergency management act, K.S.A. 48-940 et seq., and amendments thereto.

  • Military fees fund – federal (034-00-2152) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received by the adjutant general from the federal government for reimbursement for expenditures made under agreements with the federal government shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the military fees fund – federal.

  • Armories and units general fees fund (034-00-2171-2010) No limit
  • Emergency systems for advanced registration for volunteer health professionals – federal fund (034-00-3748-3748) No limit
  • Civil air patrol – grants and contributions – federal fund (034-00-7315-7000) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund – federal fund (034-00-3753) No limit
  • Emergency management performance grant – federal fund (034-00-3342-3342) No limit
  • NG – federal forfeiture fund (034-00-2184-2100) No limit
  • Inaugural expense fund (034-00-2003-2300) No limit
  • Kansas military emergency relief fund (034-00-2658-2650) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas military emergency relief fund for grants and interest-free loans, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the adjutant general with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions including eligibility as may be prescribed by the adjutant general therefor, to members and families of the Kansas army and air national guard and members and families of the reserve forces of the United States of America who are Kansas residents, during the period preceding, during and after mobilization to provide assistance to eligible family members experiencing financial emergencies: Provided further, That such assistance may include, but shall not be limited to, medical, funeral, emergency travel, rent, utilities, child care, food expenses and other unanticipated emergencies: And provided further, That any moneys received by the adjutant general in repayment of any grants or interest-free loans made from the Kansas military emergency relief fund shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the Kansas military emergency relief fund.

  • Emergency management assistance compact federal fund (034-00-3609-3605) No limit
  • Public safety interoperable communications grant program federal fund (034-00-3340-3340) No limit
  • Military construction national guard federal fund (034-00-3192-3192) No limit
  • National guard civilian youth opportunities federal fund (034-00-3193-3193) No limit
  • Hazard mitigation grant federal fund (034-00-3019) No limit
  • Citizen corps federal fund (034-00-3341-3341) No limit
  • Law enforcement terrorism prevention program federal fund (034-00-3613-3600) No limit
  • Safe and drug-free schools and communities national programs federal fund (034-00-3569-3569) No limit
  • National guard museum assistance fund (034-00-8306-8300) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the national guard museum assistance fund shall be made for an expansion of the 35th infantry division museum and education center facility.

  • Great plains joint regional training center fee fund (034-00-2688-2688) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the great plains joint regional training center fee fund for use of the great plains joint regional training center by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: Provided further, That the adjutant general is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for recovery of costs associated with the use of the great plains joint regional training center by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred in providing for the use of the great plains joint regional training center by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations and not-for-profit organizations: And provided further, That all fees received for use of the great plains joint regional training center by other state agencies, local government agencies, for-profit organizations or not-for-profit organizations shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the great plains joint regional training center fee fund.

  • State and local implementation grant program – federal fund (034-00-3576-3576) No limit
  • Military honors funeral fund (034-00-2789-2789) No limit

Provided, That the adjutant general is hereby authorized to accept gifts and donations of money during fiscal year 2022 for military funeral honors or purposes related thereto: Provided further, That such gifts and donations of money shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the military honors funeral fund.

  • Fire management assistance grant – federal fund (034-00-3320-3320) No limit
  • Kansas national guard counter drug state forfeiture fund No limit

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the adjutant general from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 and from which expenditures may be made for salaries and wages, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the adjutant general from such moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 48-205, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to other positions within the adjutant general’s department in the unclassified service as prescribed by law for additional positions in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act: Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-2935, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the adjutant general may appoint a deputy adjutant general, who shall have no military command authority, and who may be a civilian and shall have served at least five years as a commissioned officer with the Kansas national guard, who will perform such duties as the adjutant general shall assign, and who will serve in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act: Provided further, That the position of such deputy adjutant general in the unclassified service under the Kansas civil service act shall be established by the adjutant general within the position limitation established for the adjutant general on the number of full-time and regular part-time positions equated to full-time, excluding seasonal and temporary positions, paid from appropriations for fiscal year 2022 made by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature.

(d) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $320,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the office of emergency communications fund (034-00-2496-2496) of the adjutant general.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the adjutant general, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022, from the state general fund for the adjutant general to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state general fund for the adjutant general: Provided, That the adjutant general shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 by the adjutant general as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, the adjutant general shall make expenditures from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of preparing a report detailing the numerical amount and itemized costs of all equipment and supplies relating to the COVID-19 health emergency purchased or received by the adjutant general in each of the fiscal years 2020, 2021 and year-to-date 2022 and a list of all entities that requested any such COVID-19 equipment and supplies and the numerical amount and itemized costs of such COVID-19 equipment and supplies actually received by such entities from the adjutant general in each of the fiscal years 2020, 2021 and year-to-date 2022: Provided, That such report shall specifically list and identify each item and shall not be listed by category: Provided further, That such report shall be filed with the secretary of the senate and the chief clerk of the house of representatives on or before January 1, 2022.

Sec. 120.

STATE FIRE MARSHAL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures, other than refunds authorized by law, purchases of nationally recognized adopted codes for resale and federally reimbursed overtime, shall not exceed the following:

  • Fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) $5,805,121

Provided, That expenditures from the fire marshal fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Boiler inspection fee fund (234-00-2128-2128) No limit

Provided, That, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the boiler inspection fee fund for fiscal year 2022 by the above agency by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the boiler inspection fee fund for operating expenses of the above agency.

  • Gifts, grants and donations fund (234-00-7405-7400) No limit
  • Intragovernmental service fund (234-00-6160-6000) No limit
  • Explosives regulatory and training fund (234-00-2361-2361) No limit
  • State fire marshal liquefied petroleum gas fee fund (234-00-2608-2600) No limit
  • Emergency response fund (234-00-2589) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the state fire marshal from the emergency response fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of responding to specific incidences of emergencies related to hazardous materials or search and rescue incidents without prior approval of the state finance council: Provided, however, That expenditures from the emergency response fund during fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of responding to any specific incidence of an emergency related to hazardous materials or search and rescue incidents without prior approval by the state finance council shall not exceed $25,000, except upon approval by the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, except that such approval also may be given while the legislature is in session.

  • Fire safety standard and firefighter protection act enforcement fund (234-00-2694-2620) No limit
  • Cigarette fire safety standard and firefighter protection act fund (234-00-2696-2630) No limit
  • Non-fuel flammable or combustible liquid aboveground storage tank system fund (234-00-2626-2610) No limit
  • FFY12 HMEP grant – federal fund (234-00-3121-3121) No limit
  • Contract inspections fund (234-00-6122-6122) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, the state fire marshal, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer funds from the fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) to the emergency response fund (234-00-2589) of the state fire marshal. The state fire marshal shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research and the director of the budget: Provided, That the aggregate amount of such transfers for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, shall not exceed $500,000.

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the budget and the director of legislative research shall consult periodically and review the balance credited to and the estimated receipts to be credited to the fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) during fiscal year 2022, and, upon a finding by the director of the budget in consultation with the director of legislative research that the total of the unencumbered balance and estimated receipts to be credited to the fire marshal fee fund during fiscal year 2022 are insufficient to fund the budgeted expenditures and transfers from the fire marshal fee fund for fiscal year 2022 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, the director of the budget shall certify such finding to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of any such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount of moneys from the emergency response fund (234-00-2589) to the fire marshal fee fund that is required, in accordance with the certification by the director of the budget under this subsection, to fund the budgeted expenditures and transfers from the fire marshal fee fund for the remainder of fiscal year 2022 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, as specified by the director of the budget pursuant to such certification.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the budget and the director of legislative research shall consult periodically and review the balance credited to and the estimated receipts to be credited to the fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) and any other resources available to the fire marshal fee fund during the fiscal year 2022, and, upon a finding by the director of the budget in consultation with the director of legislative research that the total of the unencumbered balance and estimated receipts to be credited to the fire marshal fee fund during fiscal year 2022 are insufficient to meet in full the estimated expenditures for fiscal year 2022 as they become due to meet the financial obligations imposed by law on the fire marshal fee fund as a result of a cash flow shortfall, within the authorized budgeted expenditures in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, the director of the budget is authorized and directed to certify such finding to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of any such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount of money specified in such certification from the state general fund to the fire marshal fee fund in order to maintain the cash flow of the fire marshal fee fund for such purposes for fiscal year 2022: Provided, That the aggregate amount of such transfers during fiscal year 2022 pursuant to this subsection shall not exceed $500,000. Within one year from the date of each such transfer to the fire marshal fee fund pursuant to this subsection, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount equal to the amount transferred from the state general fund to the fire marshal fee fund from the fire marshal fee fund to the state general fund in accordance with a certification for such purpose by the director of the budget. At the same time as the director of the budget transmits any certification under this subsection to the director of accounts and reports during fiscal year 2022, the director of the budget shall transmit a copy of such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of any other statute, the state fire marshal, may transfer funds from the contract inspections fund (234-00-6122-6122) of the state fire marshal to the fire marshal fee fund (234-00-2330-2000) of the state fire marshal. The state fire marshal shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research and the director of the budget.

(f) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2-3907, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the state fire marshal from moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the state fire marshal from such moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to enter into a memorandum of understanding with the Kansas department of agriculture for the state fire marshal to assume the authority, powers and duties granted to the Kansas department of agriculture regarding the regulation of hemp processors during fiscal year 2022: Provided, That the state fire marshal shall adopt any rules and regulations relating to the regulation of hemp processors necessary for the health, welfare and safety of the public: Provided further, That the state fire marshal shall require, as a qualification for all individuals seeking to engage in the extraction of cannabinoids, including the disposal of such cannabinoids, from industrial hemp to be fingerprinted and to submit to a state and national criminal history record check in conformity with all state and federal requirements: And provided further, That the state fire marshal is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees agreed upon in the memorandum of understanding with the Kansas department of agriculture to recover all or part of the expenses incurred under the provisions of the memorandum of understanding with the department for the regulation of hemp processors: And provided further, That all fees received pursuant to such memorandum of understanding shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the fire marshal fee fund: And provided, however, That, such fee shall not exceed $1,000.

Sec. 121.

KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas highway patrol law enforcement aircraft fund (280-00-2034) $2,950,000

Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the Kansas highway patrol law enforcement aircraft fund for the purchase of a Cessna 206 law enforcement aircraft and equipment and to trade in such agency’s 1978 and 1998 Cessna law enforcement aircraft.

(b) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 107(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the Kansas highway patrol operations fund (280-00-2034-1100) of the Kansas highway patrol is hereby increased from $53,329,416 to $55,304,248.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 152(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the scale replacement and rehabilitation and repair of buildings account (280-00-2034-1115) of the Kansas highway patrol operations fund is hereby decreased from $407,915 to $281,772.

(d) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $1,932,173 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the Kansas highway patrol operations fund (280-00-2034-1100) of the Kansas highway patrol.

(e) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $127,246 from the scale replacement and rehabilitation and repair of buildings fund (280-00-2034-1115) of the Kansas highway patrol operations fund to the state highway fund of the department of transportation.

(f) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,950,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the Kansas highway patrol law enforcement aircraft fund (280-00-2034) of the Kansas highway patrol.

(g) On the effective date of this act, the provisions of section 107(h) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas are hereby declared to be null and void and shall have no force and effect.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2021 by section 107 of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, the above agency shall make expenditures from such moneys to use the Kansas highway patrol training academy for all training of Kansas highway patrol law enforcement officers.

Sec. 122.

KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (280-00-2179-2200) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received from the sale of used equipment, recovery of and reimbursements for expenditures and any other source of revenue shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund, except as otherwise provided by law: Provided further, That notwithstanding the provisions of article 66 of chapter 75 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the general fees fund, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from such fund to sell the personal sidearm, with a trigger lock, of a part-time state law enforcement officer to such officer, subject to the following: (1) Such officer is resigning; (2) the sale of such personal sidearm shall be for the amount equal to the total of the fair market value of the sidearm, as fixed by the superintendent, plus the cost of the trigger lock; and (3) no sale of a personal sidearm shall be made to any resigning officer unless the superintendent determines that the employment record and performance evaluations of each such officer are satisfactory: And provided further, That all proceeds from the sale of personal sidearms and trigger locks shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund.

  • For patrol of Kansas turnpike fund (280-00-2514-2500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the for patrol of Kansas turnpike fund for necessary moving expenses in accordance with K.S.A. 75-3225, and amendments thereto.

  • Highway patrol motor vehicle fund (280-00-2317-2800) No limit
  • State forfeiture fund – pending (280-00-2264-2264) No limit
  • Kansas highway patrol state forfeiture fund (280-00-2413-2100) No limit

Provided, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 60-4117, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, expenditures may be made from the Kansas highway patrol state forfeiture fund for salaries and wages, and associated fringe benefits of non-supervisory personnel.

  • Disaster grants – public assistance – federal fund (280-00-3005-3005) No limit
  • Edward Byrne memorial assistance grant – state and local law enforcement – federal fund (280-00-3213-3213) No limit
  • Bulletproof vest partner – federal fund (280-00-3216-3216) No limit
  • Performance registration information system management – federal fund (280-00-3239-3239) No limit
  • Commercial vehicle information system network – federal fund (280-00-3244-3244) No limit
  • Highway planning and construction – federal fund (280-00-3333-3333) No limit
  • KHP federal forfeiture – federal fund (280-00-3545) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the KHP federal forfeiture – fund by the above agency for the capital improvement project or projects for troop F headquarters.

  • High intensity drug trafficking areas – federal fund (280-00-3615-3000) No limit
  • Homeland security program – federal fund (280-00-3629) No limit
  • Edward Byrne memorial justice assistance grant – federal fund (280-00-3057) No limit
  • Emergency ops cntr – federal fund (280-00-3808-3808) No limit
  • State and community highway safety – federal fund (280-00-3815-3815) No limit
  • Gifts and donations fund (280-00-7331) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the gifts and donations fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Motor carrier safety assistance program state fund (280-00-2208) No limit

Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the motor carrier safety assistance program state fund for necessary moving expenses in accordance with K.S.A. 75-3225, and amendments thereto.

  • National motor carrier safety assistance program – federal fund (280-00-3073) No limit

Provided, That expenditures shall be made from the national motor carrier safety assistance program – federal fund for necessary moving expenses in accordance with K.S.A. 75-3225, and amendments thereto.

  • Aircraft fund – on budget (280-00-2368-2360) No limit
  • Highway safety fund (280-00-2217-2250) No limit
  • Capitol area security fund (280-00-6143-6100) No limit
  • Vehicle identification number fee fund (280-00-2213) No limit
  • Motor vehicle fuel and storeroom sales fund (280-00-6155-6200) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the motor vehicle fuel and storeroom sales fund to acquire and sell commodities and to provide services to local governments and other state agencies: Provided further, That the superintendent of the Kansas highway patrol is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such commodities and services: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred in acquiring or providing and selling such commodities and services: And provided further, That all fees received for such commodities and services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the motor vehicle fuel and storeroom sales fund.

  • Kansas highway patrol operations fund (280-00-2034-1100) $56,162,465

Provided, That expenditures from the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $3,000: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for the purchase of civilian clothing for members of the Kansas highway patrol assigned to duties pursuant to K.S.A. 74-2105, and amendments thereto: And provided further, That the superintendent shall make expenditures from the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for necessary moving expenses in accordance with K.S.A. 75-3225, and amendments thereto.

  • Kansas highway patrol law enforcement aircraft fund (280-00-2034) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas highway patrol law enforcement aircraft fund for the purchase of law enforcement aircraft and equipment.

  • Highway patrol training center fund (280-00-2306) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the highway patrol training center fund for use of the highway patrol training center by other state agencies, local government agencies and not-for-profit organizations: Provided further, That the superintendent of the Kansas highway patrol is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for recovery of costs associated with use of the highway patrol training center by other state agencies, local government agencies and not-for-profit organizations: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred in providing for the use of the highway patrol training center by other state or local government agencies: And provided further, That all fees received for use of the highway patrol training center by other state agencies, local government agencies or not-for-profit organizations shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the highway patrol training center fund.

  • Executive aircraft fund (280-00-6144-6120) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the executive aircraft fund to provide aircraft services to other state agencies and to purchase liability and property damage insurance for state aircraft: Provided further, That the superintendent of the highway patrol is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such aircraft services to other state agencies: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred in providing such services: And provided further, That all fees received for such services shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the executive aircraft fund.

  • 1122 program clearing fund (280-00-7280) No limit
  • Kansas highway patrol staffing and training fund (280-00-2211-2211) No limit
  • BAU fund (280-00-3092) No limit
  • Homeland sec grant prog fund No limit
  • Coronavirus emergency supplemental fund (280-00-3671) No limit

(b) On or before the 10th of each month during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the 1122 program clearing fund (280-00-7280-7280) interest earnings based on: (1) The average daily balance of moneys in the 1122 program clearing fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

(c) On July 1, 2021, and January 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount specified by the executive director of the state corporation commission, with the approval of the director of the budget, of not more than $650,000 from the motor carrier license fees fund (143-00-2812-5500) of the state corporation commission to the motor carrier safety assistance program state fund (280-00-2208) of the Kansas highway patrol.

(d) On July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $14,040,616.25 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the Kansas highway patrol operations fund (280-00-2034-1100) of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose of financing the Kansas highway patrol operations. In addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the state highway fund during fiscal year 2022 and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, transfers and expenditures may be made from the state highway fund during fiscal year 2022 for support and maintenance of the Kansas highway patrol.

(e) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $295,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the highway safety fund (280-00-2217-2250) of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose of financing the motorist assistance program of the Kansas highway patrol.

(f) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $250,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the general fees fund (280-00-2179-2200) of the Kansas highway patrol for the purpose of financing operating expenditures of the Kansas highway patrol.

(g) On July 1, 2021, and January 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-2136, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $300,000 from the highway patrol motor vehicle fund (280-00-2317-2800) of the Kansas highway patrol to the aircraft fund – on budget (280-00-2368-2360) of the Kansas highway patrol.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made from such moneys to provide salary and wage parity between members of the capitol police and law enforcement officers of the Kansas highway patrol.

(i) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to issue a Kansas highway patrol card, the same card that is issued to a retiring full-time state law enforcement officer, to a retired part-time state law enforcement officer, if the superintendent determines that the employment record and performance evaluations of each such officer are satisfactory: Provided, That the provisions of this subsection shall apply to all part-time state law enforcement officers who retired on or after January 1, 2020.

Sec. 123.

ATTORNEY GENERAL –
KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the following:

  • Automated biometric identification system (083-00-1000) $6,886,292

Provided, That the above agency is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the automated biometric identification system account to contract for services to procure and develop the automated biometric identification system.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $23,159,639 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 108(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in operating expenditures account (083-00-1000-0083), the sum of $7,000,138 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 124.

ATTORNEY GENERAL –
KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (083-00-1000-0083) $22,138,481

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed $750.

  • Meth lab cleanup (083-00-1000-0200) $50,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the meth lab cleanup account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That the above agency is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the meth lab cleanup account to contract for services for remediation of sites determined by law enforcement as hazardous resulting from the production of methamphetamine.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas bureau of investigation state forfeiture fund (083-00-2283) No limit

Provided, That expenditures made from the Kansas bureau of investigation state forfeiture fund shall not be considered a source of revenue to meet normal operating expenses, but for such special, additional law enforcement purposes including direct or indirect operating expenditures incurred for conducting educational classes and training for special agents and other personnel, including official hospitality.

  • Federal forfeiture fund (083-00-3940) No limit

Provided, That expenditures made from the federal forfeiture fund shall not be considered a source of revenue to meet normal operating expenses, but for such special, additional law enforcement purposes including direct or indirect operating expenditures incurred for conducting educational classes and training for special agents and other personnel, including official hospitality.

  • High intensity drug trafficking area – federal fund (083-00-3349-3100) No limit
  • Federal grants – marijuana eradication – federal fund (083-00-3350) No limit
  • eCitation national priority safety program – federal fund (083-00-3092) No limit
  • Ncs-x grant – federal fund (083-00-3580-3580) No limit
  • Criminal justice information system line fund (083-00-2457) No limit

Provided, That in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the criminal justice information system line fund pursuant to K.S.A. 74-5707, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made from the criminal justice information system line fund for salaries and wages, contractual services, commodities and capital outlay for the maintenance and support of the Kansas criminal justice information system.

  • DNA database fund (083-00-2676-2700) No limit
  • Kansas bureau of investigation motor vehicle fund (083-00-2344-2050) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the Kansas bureau of investigation motor vehicle fund to acquire and sell motor vehicles for the Kansas bureau of investigation: Provided further, That all moneys received for sale of motor vehicles of the Kansas bureau of investigation shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the Kansas bureau of investigation motor vehicle fund.

  • Forensic laboratory and materials fee fund (083-00-2077) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the forensic laboratory and materials fee fund for the acquisition of laboratory equipment and materials and for other direct or indirect operating expenditures for the forensic laboratory of the Kansas bureau of investigation: Provided, however, That all expenditures from this fund of moneys received as Kansas bureau of investigation laboratory analysis fees pursuant to K.S.A. 28-176, and amendments thereto, shall be for the purposes authorized by K.S.A. 28-176(e), and amendments thereto: Provided further, That all fees received for such laboratory tests, including all moneys received pursuant to K.S.A. 28-176(a), and amendments thereto, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the forensic laboratory and materials fee fund.

  • General fees fund (083-00-2140) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for direct or indirect operating expenditures incurred for the following activities: (1) Conducting education and training classes for special agents and other personnel, including official hospitality; (2) purchasing illegal drugs, making contacts and acquiring information leading to illegal drug outlets, contraband and stolen property, and conducting other activities for similar investigatory purposes; (3) conducting investigations and related activities for the Kansas lottery or the Kansas racing and gaming commission; (4) conducting DNA forensic laboratory tests and related activities; (5) preparing, publishing and distributing crime prevention materials; and (6) conducting agency operations: Provided, however, That the director of the Kansas bureau of investigation is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover all or part of the direct and indirect operating expenses incurred, except as otherwise hereinafter provided, for the following: (1) Education and training services made available to local law enforcement personnel in classes conducted for special agents and other personnel of the Kansas bureau of investigation; (2) investigations and related activities conducted for the Kansas lottery or the Kansas racing and gaming commission, except that the fees fixed for these activities shall be fixed in order to recover all of the direct and indirect expenses incurred for such investigations and related activities; (3) DNA forensic laboratory tests and related activities; and (4) sale and distribution of crime prevention materials: Provided further, That all fees received for such activities shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund: And provided further, That all moneys that are expended for any such evidence purchase, information acquisition or similar investigatory purpose or activity from whatever funding source and that are recovered shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund: And provided further, That all moneys received as gifts, grants or donations for the preparation, publication or distribution of crime prevention materials shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund: And provided further, That expenditures from any moneys received from the division of alcoholic beverage control and credited to the general fees fund may be made by the Kansas bureau of investigation for all purposes for which expenditures may be made for operating expenditures: And provided further, That expenditures from any moneys received from the Kansas criminal justice information system committee and credited to the general fees fund may be made by the Kansas bureau of investigation for all purposes for which expenditures may be made for training activities and official hospitality.

  • Record check fee fund (083-00-2044-2010) No limit

Provided, That the director of the Kansas bureau of investigation is authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover all or part of the direct and indirect operating expenses for criminal history record checks conducted for noncriminal justice entities including government agencies and private organizations: Provided, however, That all moneys received for such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the record check fee fund: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the record check fee fund for operating expenditures of the Kansas bureau of investigation.

  • Intergovernmental service fund (083-00-6119-6100) No limit
  • Agency motor pool fund (083-00-6117) No limit
  • National criminal history improvement program federal fund (083-00-3189-3189) No limit
  • Public safety partnership and community policing federal fund (083-00-3218-3218) No limit
  • Forensic DNA backlog reduction federal fund (083-00-3226-3226) No limit
  • Coverdell forensic sciences improvement federal fund (083-00-3227-3227) No limit
  • Anti-gang initiative federal fund (083-00-3229-3229) No limit
  • Homeland security federal fund (083-00-3199) No limit
  • State homeland security program federal fund (083-00-3629-3629) No limit
  • Convicted/arrestee DNA backlog reduction federal fund (083-00-3489-3489) No limit
  • Disaster grants – public assistance federal fund (083-00-3005-3005) No limit
  • Ed Byrne memorial justice assistance federal fund (083-00-3057) No limit
  • Ed Byrne state/local law enforcement federal fund (083-00-3213-3213) No limit
  • Violence against women – ARRA federal fund (083-00-3214) No limit
  • AWA implementation grant program federal fund (083-00-3228-3228) No limit
  • Ed Byrne memorial JAG – ARRA federal fund (083-00-3455-3455) No limit
  • Convicted offender/arrestee DNA backlog reduction federal fund (083-00-3489-3489) No limit
  • KBI-FBI reimbursement federal fund (083-00-3506-3506) No limit
  • Project safe neighborhoods fund (083-00-3217-3217) No limit
  • Social security administration reimbursement – federal fund (083-00-3560-3560) No limit
  • Bulletproof vest partnership – federal fund (083-00-3216-3211) No limit
  • Sexual assault kit grant – federal fund (083-00-3146-3146) No limit
  • Crime victim assistance discretionary grant (083-00-3250-3260) No limit
  • Opioid summit fund No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the attorney general may authorize full-time non-FTE unclassified permanent positions and regular part-time non-FTE unclassified permanent positions for the Kansas bureau of investigation that are paid from appropriations for the attorney general – Kansas bureau of investigation for fiscal year 2022 made by this act or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, which shall be in addition to the number of full-time and regular part-time positions equated to full-time, excluding seasonal and temporary positions, authorized for fiscal year 2022 for the attorney general – Kansas bureau of investigation. The attorney general shall certify each such authorization for non-FTE unclassified permanent positions for the Kansas bureau of investigation to the director of personnel services of the department of administration and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research and the director of the budget.

Sec. 125.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Emergency medical services operating fund (206-00-2326-4000) $1,747,711

Provided, That the emergency medical services board is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees in order to recover costs incurred for distributing educational videos, replacing lost educational materials and mailing labels of those licensed by the board: Provided further, That such fees may be fixed in order to recover all or part of such costs: And provided further, That all moneys received from such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the emergency medical services operating fund: And provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 65-6128 or 65-6129b, and amendments thereto, or of any other statute, all moneys received by the emergency medical services board for fees authorized by law for licensure or the issuance of permits, or for any other regulatory duties and functions prescribed by law in the field of emergency medical services, shall be deposited in the state treasury to the credit of the emergency medical services operating fund of the emergency medical services board: And provided further, That expenditures from the emergency medical services operating fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $2,000.

  • Education incentive grant payment fund (206-00-2396-2510) No limit

Provided, That the priority for award of education incentive grants shall be to award such grants to rural areas.

  • EMS revolving fund (206-00-2449-2400) No limit

Provided, That, if an organization agrees to receive money from the EMS revolving fund, the organization shall enter into a grant agreement requiring such organization to submit a written report to the emergency medical services board detailing and accounting for all expenditures and receipts related to the use of the moneys received from the EMS revolving fund: Provided further, That the emergency medical services board shall prepare a written report specifying and accounting for all moneys allocated to and expended from the EMS revolving fund: And provided further, That such report shall be submitted to the house of representatives committee on appropriations and the senate committee on ways and means on or before February 1, 2022.

  • EMS criminal history and fingerprinting fund (206-00-2806-2806) No limit

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the emergency medical services board from the emergency medical services operating fund (206-00-2326-4000) for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the emergency medical services board from the emergency medical services operating fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purpose of implementing a grant program for emergency medical services training and educational assistance for persons in underserved areas: Provided, That when issuing such grants, first priority shall be given to ambulance services submitting applications seeking grants to pay the cost of recruiting volunteers and cost of the initial courses of training for attendants and instructor-coordinators: Provided further, That the second priority shall be given to ambulance services submitting applications seeking grants to pay the cost of continuing education for attendants and instructor-coordinators: And provided further, That the third priority shall be given to ambulance services submitting applications seeking grants to pay the cost of education for attendants and instructor-coordinators who are obtaining a postsecondary education degree.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the emergency medical services board from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for the emergency medical services board for fiscal year 2022, as authorized by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the emergency medical services board from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for the emergency medical services board for fiscal year 2022 to require emergency medical services agencies in each of the six EMS regions of the state to prepare and submit a report of the expenditures made and moneys received in each of the EMS regions that are related to the operation and administration of the Kansas emergency medical services regional operations to the emergency medical services board: Provided, That the report for each EMS region shall specify and account for all moneys appropriated from the state treasury for the emergency medical services board and disbursed to each such EMS region for the operation of the education and training of emergency medical attendants in each such EMS region.

(d) On July 1, 2021, and January 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $150,000 from the emergency medical services operating fund (206-00-2326-4000) to the educational incentive grant payment fund (206-00-2396-2510) of the emergency medical services board.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the budget and the director of legislative research shall consult periodically and review the balance credited to and the estimated receipts to be credited to the emergency medical services operating fund (206-00-2326-4000) during fiscal year 2022, and, upon a finding by the director of the budget in consultation with the director of legislative research that the total of the unencumbered balance and estimated receipts to be credited to the emergency medical services operating fund during fiscal year 2022 are insufficient to fund the budgeted expenditures and transfers from the emergency medical services operating fund for fiscal year 2022 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, the director of the budget shall certify such funding to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of any such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount of moneys from the education incentive grant payment fund (206-00-2396-2510) to the emergency medical services operating fund that is required, in accordance with the certification by the director of the budget under this subsection, to fund the budgeted expenditures and transfers from the emergency medical services operating fund for the remainder of fiscal year 2022 in accordance with the provisions of appropriation acts, as specified by the director of the budget pursuant to such certification.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, if any EMS regional council enters into a grant agreement with the emergency medical services board, such council shall be required to submit pursuant to such grant agreement a written report detailing and accounting for all expenditures and receipts of such council during such fiscal year. The emergency medical services board shall prepare a written report specifying and accounting for all moneys received by and expended by each individual council that has reported to the emergency medical services board pursuant to such grant agreement and submit such report to the house of representatives committee on appropriations and the senate committee on ways and means on or before February 1, 2022.

Sec. 126.

KANSAS SENTENCING COMMISSION

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,088,747 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 110(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (626-00-1000-0303), the sum of $237,392 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $10,839,584 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 110(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state general fund in the substance abuse treatment programs account (626-00-1000-0600), the sum of $920,246 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 127.

KANSAS SENTENCING COMMISSION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (626-00-1000-0303) $961,734

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from the operating expenditures account for official hospitality shall not exceed $900.

  • Substance abuse treatment programs (626-00-1000-0600) $7,834,019

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the substance abuse treatment programs account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from such reappropriated balance shall not exceed $986,490, except upon approval of the state finance council: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 21-6824, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the substance abuse treatment program account of the state general fund during fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made from such account for operating costs.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • General fees fund (626-00-2201-2000) No limit
  • Statistical analysis – federal fund (626-00-3600) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund (626-00-3753) No limit

Sec. 128.

KANSAS COMMISSION ON PEACE OFFICERS’ STANDARDS AND TRAINING

(a) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 112(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the Kansas commission on peace officers’ standards and training fund (529-00-2583-2580) of the Kansas commission on peace officers’ standards and training is hereby increased from $691,229 to $705,662.

Sec. 129.

KANSAS COMMISSION ON PEACE OFFICERS’ STANDARDS AND TRAINING

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas commission on peace officers’ standards and training fund (529-00-2583-2580) $711,904

Provided, That expenditures from the Kansas commission on peace officers’ standards and training fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000.

  • Local law enforcement training reimbursement fund (529-00-2746-2700) No limit

Sec. 130.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, for the state water plan project or projects specified, the following:

  • Lake restoration (046-00-1800-1275) $820,177

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $9,833,884 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas and revised under the authority granted in K.S.A. 75-3722, and amendments thereto, from the state general fund in the operating expenditures account (046-00-1000-0053), the sum of $390,642 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $701,783 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the interstate water issues account (046-00-1800-0070), the sum of $16,645 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $865,643 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the subbasin water resources management account (046-00-1800-0080), the sum of $26,737 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,881,451 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the water resource cost share account (046-00-1800-1205), the sum of $250,208 is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,131,892 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the nonpoint source pollution assistance account (046-00-1800-1210), the sum of $4,603 is hereby lapsed.

(g) On the effective date of this act, of the $2,342,637 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the conservation district aid account (046-00-1800-1220), the sum of $150,000 is hereby lapsed.

(h) On the effective date of this act, of the $858,034 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the Kansas conservation reserve enhancement program fund account (046-00-1800-1225), the sum of $403,098 is hereby lapsed.

(i) On the effective date of this act, of the $750,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the watershed dam construction account (046-00-1800-1240), the sum of $200,000 is hereby lapsed.

(j) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,570,700 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the streambank stabilization projects account (046-00-1800-1290), the sum of $250,000 is hereby lapsed.

(k) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,035,436 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 113(f) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the agriculture marketing program account (046-00-1900-1110) of the state economic development initiatives fund, the sum of $51,772 is hereby lapsed.

Sec. 131.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (046-00-1000-0053) $9,006,155

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated to the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $10,000.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Dairy fee fund (046-00-2105-1015) No limit
  • Meat and poultry inspection fee fund (046-00-2004-0700) No limit
  • Plant protection fee fund (046-00-2006-0900) No limit
  • Laboratory equipment fund (046-00-2710-2700) No limit
  • Water structures – state highway fund (046-00-2043-1080) No limit
  • Soil amendment fee fund (046-00-2117-1100) No limit
  • Agricultural liming materials fee fund (046-00-2118-1200) No limit
  • Weights and measures fee fund (046-00-2165-1500) No limit
  • Water appropriation certification fund (046-00-2168-1600) No limit
  • Water resources cost fund (046-00-2110-1020) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received by the secretary of agriculture from any governmental or nongovernmental source to implement the provisions of the Kansas water banking act, K.S.A. 82a-761 through 82a-773, and amendments thereto, which are hereby authorized to be applied for and received, shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the water resources cost fund.

  • Agriculture seed fee fund (046-00-2187-2720) No limit
  • Chemigation fee fund (046-00-2194-1800) No limit
  • Petroleum inspection fee fund (046-00-2550-2550) No limit
  • Kansas agricultural remediation fund (046-00-2095-1090) No limit
  • Warehouse fee fund (046-00-2809-4700) No limit
  • U.S. geological survey cooperative gauge agreement grants fund (046-00-2629-2800) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to enter into a cooperative gauge agreement with the United States geological survey: Provided further, That all moneys collected for the construction or operation of river water intake gauges shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the U.S. geological survey cooperative gauge agreement grants fund: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this fund to pay the costs incurred in the construction or operation of river water intake gauges.

  • Agricultural chemical fee fund (046-00-2800-2900) No limit
  • Feeding stuffs fee fund (046-00-2801-4000) No limit
  • Fertilizer fee fund (046-00-2802-4100) No limit
  • Plant pest emergency response fund (046-00-2210-1805) No limit
  • Pesticide use fee fund (046-00-2804-4300) No limit
  • Egg fee fund (046-00-2808-4600) No limit
  • Water structures fund (046-00-2037-1075) No limit
  • Meat and poultry inspection fund – federal (046-00-3013) No limit
  • EPA pesticide performance partnership grant – federal fund (046-00-3295-3290) No limit
  • FEMA dam safety – federal fund (046-00-3362-3353) No limit
  • State trade and export promotion – federal fund (046-00-3573-3576) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (046-00-2402-2200) No limit
  • Trademark fund (046-00-2333-2360) No limit
  • Water structures USGS LIDAR grant (046-00-3080-3080) No limit
  • Water structures NRCS LIDAR grant (046-00-3081-3081) No limit
  • Specialty crop block grant fund (046-00-3463-3300) No limit
  • Market development fund (046-00-2331-2351) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the market development fund for official hospitality: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from the market development fund for loans pursuant to loan agreements, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of agriculture: And provided further, That all moneys received by the department of agriculture for repayment of loans made under the agricultural value added center program shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the market development fund.

  • Reimbursement and recovery fund (046-00-2773-2294) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the reimbursement and recovery fund for official hospitality.

  • Conference registration and disbursement fund (046-00-2772-2101) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the conference registration and disbursement fund for official hospitality.

  • Buffer participation incentive fund (046-00-2517-2510) No limit
  • Land reclamation fee fund (046-00-2542-2090) No limit
  • Livestock brand fee fund (046-00-2011-2030) No limit
  • Livestock market brand inspection fee fund (046-00-2007-2010) No limit
  • Veterinary inspection fee fund (046-00-2009-2020) No limit
  • Animal dealers fee fund (046-00-2207-2050) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the animal dealers fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $300: Provided further, That expenditures shall be made from the animal dealers fee fund by the livestock commissioner for operating expenditures for an educational course regarding animals and their care and treatment as authorized by K.S.A. 47-1707, and amendments thereto, to be provided through the internet or printed booklets.

  • Animal disease control fund (046-00-2202-2500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the animal disease control fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $450: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of any statute to the contrary, during fiscal year 2022 the Kansas department of agriculture may prorate license fees and alter license due dates as needed in order to transition to online license applications and renewals for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022.

  • Health and human services retail food audit – federal fund (046-00-3429-3410) No limit
  • Publications fee fund (046-00-2322-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the publications fee fund for operating expenditures related to preparation and publication of informational or educational materials related to the programs or functions of the Kansas department of agriculture: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-1005, and amendments thereto, to the contrary, the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to enter into a contract with a commercial publisher for the printing, distribution and sale of such materials: And provided further, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to collect fees from such commercial publisher pursuant to contract with the publisher for the sale of such materials: And provided further, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to receive and accept grants, gifts, donations or funds from any non-federal source for the printing, publication and distribution of such materials: And provided further, That all moneys received from such fees or for such grants, gifts, donations or other funds received for such purpose shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the publications fee fund.

  • Homeland security grant – federal fund (046-00-3199-3436) No limit
  • National floodplain insurance assistance (CAP) – federal fund (046-00-3445-3330) No limit
  • Cooperating technical partners – federal fund (046-00-3203-3210) No limit
  • Plant and animal disease & pest control – federal fund (046-00-3360) No limit
  • Market protection/ promotion fund (046-00-3104-3315) No limit
  • USDA Kansas forestry service – federal fund (046-00-3426-3380) No limit
  • Food safety fee fund (046-00-2813-4805) No limit
  • Gifts and donations fund (046-00-7305-7000) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to receive gifts and donations of resources and money for services for the benefit and support of agriculture and purposes related thereto: Provided further, That such gifts and donations of money shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the gifts and donations fund.

  • General fees fund (046-00-2346-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for operating expenditures for the regulatory programs of the Kansas department of agriculture and for official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the secretary of agriculture from any special revenue fund or funds of the department of agriculture that have available moneys to the general fees fund: And provided further, That the director of accounts and reports shall transmit a copy of such transfer request to the director of legislative research.

  • Lodging fee fund (046-00-2456-2400) No limit
  • Watershed protect approach/WTR RSRCE MGT fund (046-00-3889) No limit
  • NRCS contribution agreement farm bill – federal fund (046-00-3917-3800) No limit
  • Compliance education fee fund (046-00-2757-2757) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from the compliance education fee fund shall be for the purposes of compliance education: Provided further, That, notwithstanding the provisions of any statute to the contrary, during fiscal year 2022, the secretary of agriculture is hereby authorized to remit and designate amounts of moneys collected for civil fines and penalties by the department of agriculture to the state treasurer for deposit in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, to the credit of the compliance education fee fund: And provided further, That, upon receipt of each such remittance and designation, the state treasurer shall credit the entire amount of such remittance to the compliance education fee fund.

  • Laboratory testing services fee fund (046-00-2752-2752) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the laboratory testing services fee fund for administrative operating expenditures of the agriculture laboratory of the Kansas department of agriculture: Provided further, That the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the secretary of agriculture from any special revenue fund or funds of the department of agriculture that have available moneys to the laboratory testing services fee fund: And provided further, That the director of accounts and reports shall transmit a copy of such transfer request to the director of legislative research.

  • Arkansas river gaging fund (046-00-2751-2751) No limit
  • Food/drug administration/research (046-00-3462) No limit
  • Biofuel infrastructure program (046-00-3579-3579) No limit
  • AMS farmers market promotion program (046-00-3588-3588) No limit
  • Grain commodity commission services fund (046-00-2018-1070) No limit
  • Commercial industrial hemp act licensing fee fund (046-00-2343-2343) No limit
  • Plant/animal disease and pest control (046-00-3360) No limit
  • Service member ag grant (046-00-3185-3185) No limit
  • NRCS grant CFDA 10.932 fund (046-00-3022-3903) No limit
  • NRCS grant CFDA 10.931 fund (046-00-3228-3220) No limit
  • Ag stats report fund (046-00-3427-3390) No limit
  • NRCS grant CFDA 10.069 fund (046-00-3952-3901) No limit
  • NRCS grant CFDA 10.924 fund (046-00-3953-3902) No limit
  • Flx fnding mdl coop agrmt fund (046-00-3954-3905) No limit
  • NRCS grant CFDA 10.912 fund (046-00-3955-3904) No limit
  • Coronavirus relief fund – federal fund (046-00-3753) No limit

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the water plan project or projects specified, the following:

  • Water resources cost share (046-00-1800-1205) $2,248,289

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the water resources cost share account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That the initial allocation for grants to conservation districts for fiscal year 2022 shall be made on a priority basis, as determined by the secretary of agriculture and the provisions of the state water plan: And provided further, That expenditures from this account for contractual technical expertise and/or non-salary administration expenditures for the division of conservation of the Kansas department of agriculture shall not exceed the amount equal to 6.0% of the budget amount for fiscal year 2022 for the water resources cost share account.

  • Nonpoint source pollution assistance (046-00-1800-1210) $1,853,185

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the nonpoint source pollution assistance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Conservation district aid (046-00-1800-1220) $2,223,373

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the conservation district aid account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Watershed dam construction (046-00-1800-1240) $550,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the watershed dam construction account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That expenditures from the watershed dam construction account are hereby authorized for engineering contracts for watershed planning as determined by the secretary of agriculture.

  • Kansas water quality buffer initiatives (046-00-1800-1250) $100,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas water quality buffer initiatives account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all expenditures from the Kansas water quality buffer initiatives account shall be for grants or incentives to install water quality best management practices: And provided further, That such expenditures may be made from this account from the approved budget amount for fiscal year 2022 in accordance with contracts, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of agriculture, for such grants or incentives.

  • Riparian and wetland program (046-00-1800-1260) $54,024

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the riparian and wetland program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Basin management (046-00-1800-0080) $584,023

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the basin management account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Water use (046-00-1800-0075) $72,600

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the water use account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Interstate water issues (046-00-1800-0070) $473,184

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the interstate water issues account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Kansas conservation reserve enhancement program fund (046-00-1800-1225) $446,593

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Kansas conservation reserve enhancement program fund account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Streambank stabilization projects (046-00-1800-1290) $794,264

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the streambank stabilization projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Irrigation technology (046-00-1800-0088) $250,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the irrigation technology account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Crop and livestock research (046-00-1800) $250,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the crop and livestock research account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of agriculture, with the approval of the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, or upon specific authorization in an appropriation act of the legislature, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas department of agriculture to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas department of agriculture: Provided, That the secretary of agriculture shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to: (1) The director of legislative research; (2) the chairperson of the house of representatives agriculture and natural resources budget committee; and (3) the appropriate chairperson of the subcommittee on agriculture of the senate committee on ways and means.

(e) On July 1, 2021, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $128,379 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the water structures – state highway fund (046-00-2043-1080) of the Kansas department of agriculture.

(f) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Agriculture marketing program (046-00-1900-1110) $983,664

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the agriculture marketing program account for loans pursuant to loan agreements, which are hereby authorized to be entered into by the secretary of agriculture in accordance with repayment provisions and other terms and conditions as may be prescribed by the secretary of agriculture therefor under the agricultural value added center program.

Sec. 132.

STATE FAIR BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (373-00-1000-0103) $135,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That the above agency shall make expenditures from the operating expenditures account during the fiscal year 2022 to request assistance from other state agencies to negotiate with the city of Hutchinson on the increase of storm water charges and the electric company on how electricity is calculated.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures, other than refunds authorized by law and remittances of sales tax to the department of revenue, shall not exceed the following:

  • State fair fee fund (373-00-5182-5100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the state fair fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $10,000.

  • State fair special cash fund (373-00-9088-9000) No limit
  • State fair debt service special revenue fund (373-00-2267-2200) No limit

Sec. 133.

KANSAS WATER OFFICE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, for the water plan project or projects specified, the following:

  • MOU – storage operations and maintenance (709-00-1800-1150) $105,962

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $836,039 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 117(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the assessment and evaluation account (709-00-1800-1110), the sum of $236,862 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $432,680 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 117(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the stream gaging account (709-00-1800-1190), the sum of $19,100 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $452,304 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 117(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the reservoir bathymetric surveys and biological research account (709-00-1800-1275), the sum of $50,000 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, any unencumbered balance in the best management practices implementation account (709-00-1800-1286) of the state water plan fund is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, of the $59,141 appropriated and reappropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 117(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the equus beds aquifer chloride plume pilot account (709-00-1800-1287), the sum of $50,000 is hereby lapsed.

(g) On the effective date of this act, of the $660,000 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 117(c) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state water plan fund in the water injection dredging account (709-00-1800-1290), the sum of $510,000 is hereby lapsed.

(h) On the effective date of this act, or as soon as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,407,699 from the state water plan fund to the state general fund.

Sec. 134.

KANSAS WATER OFFICE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Water resources operating expenditures (709-00-1000-0303) $922,239

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the water resources operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,500.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Local water project match fund (709-00-2620-3200) No limit

Provided, That all moneys received from local government entities and instrumentalities to be used to match funds for water projects shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the local water project match fund: Provided further, That all moneys credited to this fund shall be used to match state funds or federal funds, or both, for water projects.

  • Water supply storage assurance fund (709-00-2631) No limit

Provided, That no additional water supply storage space shall be purchased in Milford, Perry, Big Hill or Hillsdale reservoirs during fiscal year 2022, unless a contract is entered into under the state water plan storage act, K.S.A. 82a-1301 et seq., and amendments thereto, to supply water to users that is not held under contract in such reservoirs.

  • State conservation storage water supply fund (709-00-2502-2600) No limit
  • Water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the water marketing fund for the purchase of vessel liability insurance.

  • General fees fund (709-00-2022-2000) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the general fees fund for operating expenditures for the Kansas water office, including training and informational programs and official hospitality: Provided further, That the director of the Kansas water office is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for such programs: And provided further, That fees for such programs shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the operating expenses incurred for such programs, including official hospitality: And provided further, That all fees received for such programs and all fees received for providing access to or for furnishing copies of public records shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the general fees fund.

  • Indirect cost fund (709-00-2419-2419) No limit
  • Motor pool vehicle replacement fund (709-00-6120-6100) No limit
  • Reservoir storage beneficial use fund (709-00-2673-2630) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the reservoir storage beneficial use fund to call water into service for beneficial uses or to complete studies or take actions necessary to ensure reservoir storage sustainability, subject to the availability of moneys credited to the reservoir storage beneficial use fund.

  • Republican river water conservation projects – Nebraska moneys fund (709-00-2690-2640) No limit
  • Republican river water conservation projects – Colorado moneys fund (709-00-2691-2680) No limit
  • Lower Smoky Hill water supply access fund (709-00-2772-2700) No limit
  • Milford RCPP federal fund (709-00-3022-3022) No limit
  • Lower Smoky Hill water supply access fund (709-00-2203-2203) No limit
  • EPA wetland development grant fund (709-00-3914-3990) No limit
  • Distribution management plan – CDFA 97.042 No limit
  • Emergency management performance grant (709-00-3342-3342) No limit
  • HHPD rehabilitation – CDFA 97.041 (709-00-3362-3362) No limit
  • Multipurpose grant – CDFA 66-204 (709-00-3103-3103) No limit
  • South fork Republican river water conservation projects fund (709-00-2824-2824) No limit

Provided, That during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency shall pay an amount equal to the amount certified pursuant to subsection (b) from the south fork Republican river water conservation projects fund as a grant pursuant to the grant agreement entered into by the Kansas water office and the Cheyenne county conservation district, and amendments thereto: Provided further, That in accordance with the grant agreement, such moneys shall be used exclusively for the purposes of paying all or a portion of the costs of the projects specified in K.S.A. 82a-1804(g), and amendments thereto, in the area lying in the south fork of the upper Republican river basin in northwest Kansas in all or parts of Cheyenne and Sherman counties: And provided further, That in accordance with the grant agreement, all expenditures of such moneys shall be approved by the Cheyenne county conservation district and the Kansas water office: And provided further, That, in accordance with the grant agreement, such moneys shall be administered by the Cheyenne county conservation district and any interest earned on such moneys shall be used for the purposes prescribed by this subsection: And provided further, That in accordance with the grant agreement, all expenditures and the status of new projects approved by the Cheyenne county conservation district shall be reported not later than November 1 of each calendar year to the Kansas water office.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state water plan fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the state water plan project or projects specified, the following:

  • Assessment and evaluation (709-00-1800-1110) $858,919

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the assessment and evaluation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • MOU – storage operations and maintenance (709-00-1800-1150) $526,081

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the MOU – storage operations and maintenance account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Stream gaging (709-00-1800-1190) $423,130

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the stream gaging account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Technical assistance to water users (709-00-1800-1200) $325,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the technical assistance to water users account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Milford lake watershed regional conservation partnership program (709-00-1800-1280) $200,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the Milford lake watershed regional conservation partnership program account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Best management practices implementation (709-00-1800-1286) $550,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the best management practices implementation account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Water vision education (709-00-1800-1281) $125,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the water vision education account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Reservoir bathymetric surveys and biological research (709-00-1800-1275) $350,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the reservoir bathymetric surveys and biological research account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Water technology farms (709-00-1800-1282) $100,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the water technology farms account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Water injection dredging (709-00-1800-1290) $975,000
  • Arbuckle study (709-00-1800-1289) $60,000

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the Kansas water office, with approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas water office to another item of appropriation for fiscal year 2022 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas water office: Provided, That the director of the Kansas water office shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to: (1) The director of legislative research; (2) the chairperson of the house of representatives agriculture and natural resources budget committee; and (3) the appropriate chairperson of the subcommittee on natural resources of the senate committee on ways and means.

(e) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, if it appears that the resources are insufficient to meet in full the estimated expenditures as they become due to meet the financial obligations imposed by law on the water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) of the Kansas water office as a result of a cash flow shortfall, the pooled money investment board is authorized and directed to loan to the director of the Kansas water office a sufficient amount or amounts of moneys to maintain the cash flow of the water marketing fund upon approval of each such loan by the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto. No such loan shall be made unless the terms have been approved by the director of the budget. A copy of the terms of each such loan shall be submitted to the director of legislative research. The pooled money investment board is authorized and directed to use any moneys in the operating accounts, investment accounts or other investments of the state of Kansas to provide the funds for each such loan. Each such loan shall be repaid without interest within one year from the date of the loan.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, if it appears that the resources are insufficient to meet in full the estimated expenditures as they become due to meet the financial obligations imposed by law on the water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) of the Kansas water office as a result of increases in water rates, fees or charges imposed by the federal government, the pooled money investment board is authorized and directed to loan to the director of the Kansas water office a sufficient amount or amounts of moneys to reimburse the water marketing fund for increases in water rates, fees or charges imposed by the federal government and to allow the Kansas water office to spread such increases to consumers over a longer period, except that no such loan shall be made unless the terms thereof have been approved by the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto. The pooled money investment board is authorized and directed to use any moneys in the operating accounts, investment accounts or other investments of the state of Kansas to provide the funds for each such loan. Each such loan shall bear interest at a rate equal to the net earnings rate for the pooled money investment portfolio at the time of the making of such loan. Such loan shall not be deemed to be an indebtedness or debt of the state of Kansas within the meaning of section 6 of article 11 of the constitution of the state of Kansas. Upon certification to the pooled money investment board by the director of the Kansas water office of the amount of each loan authorized pursuant to this subsection, the pooled money investment board shall transfer each such amount certified by the director of the Kansas water office from the state bank account or accounts to the water marketing fund of the Kansas water office. The principal and interest of each loan authorized pursuant to this subsection shall be repaid in payments payable at least annually for a period of not more than five years.

(g) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer an amount or amounts specified by the director of the Kansas water office prior to April 1, 2022, from the water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) to the state general fund, in accordance with the provisions of the state water plan storage act, K.S.A. 82a-1301 et seq., and amendments thereto, and rules and regulations adopted thereunder, for the purposes of making repayments to the state general fund for moneys advanced for annual capital cost payments for water supply storage space in reservoirs.

(h) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the Kansas water office from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or any special revenue fund or funds for the above agency for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by the Kansas water office from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to provide for the Kansas water office to lead database coordination of water quality and quantity data for all state water agencies and cooperating federal agencies to facilitate policy-making and such other matters relating thereto.

(i) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 82a-1315c, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, on July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $414,324 from the water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) of the Kansas water office to the state general fund.

(j) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $1,260,426 from the state water plan fund to the state general fund: Provided, That the amount transferred from the state water plan fund to the state general fund pursuant to this subsection is to reimburse the state general fund for bond payments for the John Redmond reservoir dredging project.

(k) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the Kansas water office shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount of moneys expended by the Kansas department of agriculture from the state general fund that is attributable to the administration of the state water plan storage act, K.S.A. 82a-1301 et seq., and amendments thereto, or the water assurance program act, K.S.A. 82a-1330 et seq., and amendments thereto: Provided, That upon receipt of such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount certified from the water marketing fund (709-00-2255-2100) of the Kansas water office to the state general fund: Provided further, That the director of the Kansas water office shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

(l) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of the Kansas water office shall certify the amount of moneys in the Republican river water conservation projects – Colorado moneys fund and shall transmit such certification, along with the amount to be transferred, to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of such certification, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer the amount specified by the director of the Kansas water office from the Republican river water conservation projects – Colorado moneys fund to the south fork Republican river water conservation projects fund: Provided, That the director of the Kansas water office shall transmit a copy of such certification to the director of the budget and to the director of legislative research.

Sec. 135.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE, PARKS AND TOURISM

(a) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,744,728 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 119(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the operating expenditures account (710-00-1900-1910), the sum of $1,142 is hereby lapsed.

(b) On the effective date of this act, of the $1,598,719 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 119(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the state parks operating expenditures account (710-00-1900-1920), the sum of $2,415 is hereby lapsed.

(c) On the effective date of this act, of the $36,342 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 119(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to national guard members account (710-00-1900-1930), the sum of $18,702 is hereby lapsed.

(d) On the effective date of this act, of the $17,922 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 119(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the reimbursement for annual park permits issued to national guard members account (710-00-1900-1940), the sum of $9,747 is hereby lapsed.

(e) On the effective date of this act, of the $69,827 appropriated for the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 119(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas from the state economic development initiatives fund in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans account (710-00-1900-1950), the sum of $17,259 is hereby lapsed.

(f) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 155(f) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the parks rehabilitation and repair projects account (710-00-2122-2066) of the parks fee fund of the Kansas department of wildlife, parks and tourism is hereby increased from $1,205,000 to $1,250,000.

Sec. 136.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND PARKS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Operating expenditures (710-00-1900-1910) $1,829,733

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided, however, That expenditures from this account for official hospitality shall not exceed $1,000: Provided further, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2022, expenditures shall be made by the above agency from the operating expenditures account for fiscal year 2022 to include a provision on the calendar year 2022 applications for hunting licenses, fishing licenses and annual park permits for the applicant to make a voluntary contribution of $2 or more to support the annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans, annual licenses issued to Kansas national guard members, and annual park permits issued to Kansas national guard members: And provided further, That all moneys received as voluntary contributions to support the annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans, annual licenses issued to Kansas national guard members, and annual park permits issued to Kansas national guard members shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, to the credit of the free licenses and permits fund.

  • State parks operating expenditures (710-00-1900-1920) $1,611,299

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the state parks operating expenditures account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • Reimbursement for annual licenses issued to national guard members (710-00-1900-1930) $36,342

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to national guard members account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all moneys in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to national guard members account shall be expended to pay the wildlife fee fund for the cost of fees for annual hunting and annual fishing licenses issued for the calendar year 2022 to Kansas army or air national guard members, which licenses are hereby authorized to be issued without charge to such members in accordance with policies and procedures prescribed by the secretary of wildlife and parks therefor and subject to the limitation of the moneys appropriated and available in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to national guard members account to pay the wildlife fee fund for such licenses.

  • Reimbursement for annual park permits issued to national guard members (710-00-1900-1940) $17,922

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the reimbursement for annual park permits issued to national guard members account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all moneys in the reimbursement for annual park permits issued to national guard members account shall be expended to pay the parks fee fund for the cost of fees for annual park vehicle permits issued for the calendar year 2022 to Kansas army or air national guard members, which annual park vehicle permits are hereby authorized to be issued without charge to such members in accordance with policies and procedures prescribed by the secretary of wildlife and parks therefor and subject to the limitation of the moneys appropriated and available in the reimbursement for annual park permits issued to national guard members account to pay the parks fee fund for such permits: Provided further, That not more than one annual park vehicle permit per family shall be eligible to be paid from this account.

  • Reimbursement for annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans (710-00-1900-1950) $69,827

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022: Provided further, That all moneys in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans account shall be expended to pay the wildlife fee fund for the cost of fees for annual hunting and annual fishing licenses issued for the calendar year 2022 to Kansas disabled veterans, which licenses are hereby authorized to be issued without charge to such veterans in accordance with policies and procedures prescribed by the secretary of wildlife and parks therefor and subject to the limitation of the moneys appropriated and available in the reimbursement for annual licenses issued to Kansas disabled veterans account to pay the wildlife fee fund for such licenses: Provided, however, That to qualify for such license without charge, the resident disabled veteran shall have been separated from the armed services under honorable conditions, have a disability certified by the Kansas commission on veterans affairs as being service connected and such service-connected disability is equal to or greater than 30%: And provided further, That no other hunting or fishing licenses or permits shall be eligible to be paid from this account.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Wildlife fee fund (710-00-2300-2890) $34,732,891

Provided, That additional expenditures may be made from the wildlife fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of compensating federal aid program expenditures, if necessary, in order to comply with requirements established by the United States fish and wildlife service for the utilization of federal aid funds: Provided further, That all such expenditures shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed upon the wildlife fee fund for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the secretary of wildlife and parks shall report all such expenditures to the governor and the legislature as appropriate: And provided further, That expenditures from the wildlife fee fund for official hospitality shall not exceed $4,000.

  • Parks fee fund (710-00-2122-2053) $10,752,461

Provided, That additional expenditures may be made from the parks fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of compensating federal aid program expenditures, if necessary, in order to comply with requirements established by the United States fish and wildlife service for the utilization of federal aid funds: Provided further, That all such expenditures shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed upon the parks fee fund for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the secretary of wildlife and parks shall report all such expenditures to the governor and the legislature as appropriate.

  • Boating fee fund (710-00-2245-2813) $1,221,474

Provided, That additional expenditures may be made from the boating fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of compensating federal aid program expenditures, if necessary, in order to comply with requirements established by the United States fish and wildlife service for the utilization of federal aid funds: Provided further, That all such expenditures shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed upon the boating fee fund for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the secretary of wildlife and parks shall report all such expenditures to the governor and the legislature as appropriate.

  • Central aircraft fund (710-00-6145-6100) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made by the above agency from the central aircraft fund for aircraft operating expenditures, for aircraft maintenance and repair, to provide aircraft services to other state agencies and for the purchase of state aircraft insurance: Provided further, That the secretary of wildlife and parks is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for the provision of aircraft services to other state agencies: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed to recover all or part of the operating expenditures incurred in providing such services: And provided further, That all fees received for such services shall be credited to the central aircraft fund.

  • Department access roads fund (710-00-2178-2761) $1,702,547
  • Wildlife and parks nonrestricted fund (710-00-2065-2120) No limit
  • Prairie spirit rails-to-trails fee fund (710-00-2025-2030) No limit
  • Plant and animal disease and pest control fund (710-00-3360-3361) No limit
  • Nongame wildlife improvement fund (710-00-2593-3300) No limit
  • Wildlife conservation fund (710-00-2100-2020) No limit
  • Federally licensed wildlife areas fund (710-00-2670-3400) No limit
  • State agricultural production fund (710-00-2050-5100) No limit
  • Land and water conservation fund – state (710-00-3794-3920) No limit
  • Land and water conservation fund – local (710-00-3794-3795) No limit
  • Development and promotions fund (710-00-2097-2010) No limit
  • Department of wildlife and parks private gifts and donations fund (710-00-7335-7000) No limit
  • Fish and wildlife restitution fund (710-00-2166-2750) No limit
  • Parks restitution fund (710-00-2156-2100) No limit
  • Nonfederal grants fund (710-00-2063-2090) No limit
  • Disaster grants – public assistance fund (710-00-3005-3005) No limit
  • Soil/water conservation fund (710-00-3083-3083) No limit
  • Navigation projects fund (710-00-3191-3191) No limit
  • Recreation resource management fund (710-00-3197-3197) No limit
  • Cooperative endangered species conservation fund (710-00-3198-3198) No limit
  • Landowner incentive program fund (710-00-3200-3210) No limit
  • Bulletproof vest partnership fund (710-00-3216-3216) No limit
  • Recreational trails program fund (710-00-3238-3238) No limit
  • Highway planning/ construction fund (710-00-3333-3333) No limit
  • Americorps – ARRA fund (710-00-3404-3405) No limit
  • Cooperative forestry assistance fund (710-00-3426-3426) No limit
  • North America wetland conservation fund (710-00-3453-3453) No limit
  • Wildlife services fund (710-00-3485-3485) No limit
  • Fish/wildlife management assistance fund (710-00-3495-3495) No limit
  • Fish/wildlife core act fund (710-00-3513-3513) No limit
  • Great plains LCC No limit
  • USDA grant manual update No limit
  • Watershed protection/flood prevention fund (710-00-3906-3906) No limit
  • Suspense fund (710-00-9159-9000) No limit
  • Employee maintenance deduction clearing fund (710-00-9120-9100) No limit
  • Cabin revenue fund (710-00-2668-2660) No limit
  • Feed the hungry fund (710-00-2642-2640) No limit
  • State wildlife grants fund (710-00-3204-3204) No limit
  • Boating safety financial assistance fund (710-00-3251-3250) No limit
  • Wildlife restoration fund (710-00-3418-3418) No limit
  • Sport fish restoration fund (710-00-3490-3490) No limit
  • Outdoor recreation acquisition, development and planning fund (710-00-3794-3794) No limit
  • Publication and other sales fund (710-00-2399-2399) No limit

Provided, That in addition to other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from the publication and other sales fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made from such fund for the purpose of compensating federal aid program expenditures, if necessary, in order to comply with the requirements established by the United States fish and wildlife service for utilization of federal aid funds: Provided further, That all such expenditures shall be in addition to any expenditures made from the publication and other sales fund for fiscal year 2022: And provided further, That the secretary of wildlife and parks shall report all such expenditures to the governor and legislature as appropriate.

  • Free licenses and permits fund (710-00-2493-2493) No limit
  • Enforce underage drinking law fund (710-00-3219-3219) No limit
  • Migratory bird monitoring (710-00-3504-3504) No limit
  • Voluntary public access (710-00-3557-3557) No limit
  • Energy efficiency/conservation block grant fund (710-00-3157-3157) No limit
  • Endangered species – recovery fund (710-00-3209-3209) No limit
  • Wetlands reserve program fund (710-00-3007-3060) No limit
  • Adaptive science fund (710-00-3015-3050) No limit

(c) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, from which expenditures may be made for salaries and wages, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from such moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, from which expenditures may be made for salaries and wages, for progression within the existing pay structure for natural resource officers of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks: Provided, however, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 75-2935, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the secretary of wildlife and parks shall not require such officer to transfer into the unclassified service in order to progress within the existing pay structure pursuant to this subsection.

(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 32-9,100, and amendments thereto, or any other statute to the contrary, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the Kansas department of wildlife and parks from moneys appropriated from the wildlife fee fund (710-00-2300-2880) of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or any other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the above agency from such moneys during fiscal year 2022 to issue senior lifetime hunting and fishing licenses to Kansas resident disabled veterans who are 65 years of age or older: Provided, That such licenses are hereby authorized to be issued without charge to such veterans in accordance with policies and procedures prescribed by the secretary of wildlife and parks: Provided further, That to qualify for such license without charge, the resident disabled veteran shall have been separated from the armed services under honorable conditions and have a disability certified by the Kansas commission on veterans affairs office as being service-related and such service-connected disability is equal to or greater than 30%.

(e) On July 1, 2021, the wildlife, parks and tourism nonrestricted fund (710-00-2065-2120) of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks is hereby redesignated as the wildlife and parks nonrestricted fund of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks.

Sec. 137.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Driver’s education scholarship grant fund (276-00) No limit
  • Transportation technology development fund (276-00-2835-2835) No limit
  • Broadband infrastructure construction grant fund (276-00-2836-2836) No limit
  • Short line rail improvement fund (276-00-2837-2837) No limit

(b) On the effective date of this act, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $100,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the driver’s education scholarship grant fund (276-00) of the department of transportation. The secretary is hereby authorized to transfer additional moneys to the driver’s education scholarship grant fund from the state highway fund, and moneys from the driver’s education scholarship grant fund to the state highway fund.

(c) On the effective date of this act, the expenditure limitation established for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, by section 120(a) of chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas on the county equalization and adjustment fund (276-00-4210-4210) of the department of transportation is hereby increased from $2,500,000 to $2,510,094.

Sec. 138.

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • State highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) No limit

Provided, That no expenditures may be made from the state highway fund other than for the purposes specifically authorized by this or other appropriation act.

  • Special city and county highway fund (276-00-4220-4220) No limit
  • County equalization and adjustment fund (276-00-4210-4210) $2,500,000
  • Highway special permits fund (276-00-2576-2576) $0
  • Highway bond debt service fund (276-00-4707-9000) No limit
  • Rail service improvement fund (276-00-2008-2100) No limit
  • Transportation revolving fund (276-00-7511-1000) No limit
  • Rail service assistance program loan guarantee fund (276-00-7502-7200) No limit
  • Railroad rehabilitation loan guarantee fund (276-00-7503-7500) No limit

Provided, That expenditures from the railroad rehabilitation loan guarantee fund shall not exceed the amount that the secretary of transportation is obligated to pay during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, in satisfaction of liabilities arising from the unconditional guarantee of payment that was entered into by the secretary of transportation in connection with the mid-states port authority federally taxable revenue refunding bonds, series 1994, dated May 1, 1994, authorized by K.S.A. 12-3420, and amendments thereto, and guaranteed pursuant to K.S.A. 75-5031, and amendments thereto.

  • Interagency motor vehicle fuel sales fund (276-00-2298-2400) No limit

Provided, That expenditures may be made from the interagency motor vehicle fuel sales fund to provide and sell motor vehicle fuel to other state agencies: Provided further, That the secretary of transportation is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect fees for motor vehicle fuel sold to other state agencies: And provided further, That such fees shall be fixed in order to recover all or part of the expenses incurred in providing motor vehicle fuel to other state agencies: And provided further, That all fees received for such sales of motor vehicle fuel shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the interagency motor vehicle fuel sales fund.

  • Coordinated public transportation assistance fund (276-00-2572-0300) No limit
  • Public use general aviation airport development fund (276-00-4140-4140) No limit
  • Highway bond proceeds fund (276-00-4109-4110) No limit
  • Communication system revolving fund (276-00-7524-7700) No limit
  • Traffic records enhancement fund (276-00-2356-2000) No limit
  • Other federal grants fund (276-00-3122-3100) No limit
  • Kansas intermodal transportation revolving fund (276-00-7552-7551) No limit
  • Conversion of materials and equipment fund (276-00-2256-2256) No limit
  • Seat belt safety fund (276-00-2216-2216) No limit
  • Driver’s education scholarship grant fund (276-00) No limit
  • Transportation technology development fund (276-00-2835-2835) No limit
  • Broadband infrastructure construction grant fund (276-00-2836-2836) No limit
  • Short line rail improvement fund (276-00-2837-2837) No limit

(b) Expenditures may be made by the above agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) for the following specified purposes: Provided, That expenditures from the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022, other than refunds authorized by law for the following specified purposes, shall not exceed the limitations prescribed therefor as follows:

  • Agency operations (276-00-4100-0403) $283,051,550

Provided, That expenditures from the agency operations account of the state highway fund for official hospitality by the secretary of transportation shall not exceed $5,000: Provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account for engineering services furnished to counties for road and bridge projects under K.S.A. 68-402e, and amendments thereto.

  • Conference fees (276-00-4100-2200) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of transportation is hereby authorized to fix, charge and collect conference, training and workshop attendance and registration fees for conferences, training seminars and workshops sponsored or cosponsored by the department: Provided further, That such fees shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the conference fees account of the state highway fund: And provided further, That expenditures may be made from this account to defray all or part of the costs of the conferences, training seminars and workshops.

  • Substantial maintenance (276-00-4100-0700) No limit
  • Claims (276-00-4100-1150) No limit
  • Payments for city connecting links (276-00-4100-6200) $5,360,000
  • Federal local aid programs (276-00-4100-3000) No limit
  • Bond services fees (276-00-4100-0580) No limit
  • Other capital improvements (276-00-4100-8075) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of transportation is authorized to make expenditures from the other capital improvements account to undertake a program to assist cities and counties with railroad crossings of roads not on the state highway system.

(c) (1) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Buildings – rehabilitation and repair (276-00-4100-8005) $4,100,000
  • Buildings – reroofing (276-00-4100-8010) $771,178
  • Buildings – other construction, renovation and repair (276-00-4100-8070) $10,090,284
  • Buildings – purchase land (276-00-4100-8065) $45,000

(2) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022 from the unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2021, in each capital improvement project account for a building or buildings in the state highway fund for one or more projects approved for prior fiscal years: Provided, That all expenditures from the unencumbered balance in any such project account of the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022 shall not exceed the amount of the unencumbered balance in such project account on June 30, 2021, subject to the provisions of subsection (d): Provided further, That all expenditures from any such project account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of transportation, with the approval of the director of the budget, may transfer any part of any item of appropriation in a capital improvement project account for a building or buildings for fiscal year 2022 from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) for the department of transportation to another item of appropriation in a capital improvement project account for a building or buildings for fiscal year 2022 from the state highway fund for the department of transportation: Provided, That the secretary of transportation shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

(e) On April 1, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the motor pool service fund (173-00-6109-4020) of the department of administration to the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) of the department of transportation an amount determined to be equal to the sum of the annual vehicle registration fees for each vehicle owned or leased by the state or any state agencies in accordance with K.S.A. 75-4611, and amendments thereto.

(f) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, upon notification from the secretary of transportation that an amount is due and payable from the railroad rehabilitation loan guarantee fund (276-00-7503-7500), the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) to the railroad rehabilitation loan guarantee fund the amount certified by the secretary as due and payable.

(g) Any payment for services during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) to other state agencies shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the state highway fund for fiscal year 2022.

(h) On July 1, 2021, October 1, 2021, January 1, 2022, and April 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $16,712,500 from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) of the department of transportation to the state general fund: Provided, That the transfer of each such amount shall be in addition to any other transfer from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the state general fund as prescribed by law: Provided further, That, in addition to other purposes for which transfers and expenditures may be made from the state highway fund during fiscal year 2022 and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, transfers may be made from the state highway fund to the state general fund under this subsection during fiscal year 2022.

(i) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the secretary of transportation shall apportion and distribute quarterly, on the first day of January, April, July and October, to cities on the state highway system from the state highway fund moneys at the rate of $5,000 per year per lane per mile for the maintenance of streets and highways in cities designated by the secretary as city connecting links: Provided, That all moneys so distributed shall be used solely for the maintenance of city connecting links: Provided further, That such apportionment shall apply only to those city connecting link lanes maintained by the city, and shall not apply to city connecting link lanes maintained by the secretary pursuant to agreement with the city: And provided further, That, as used in this subsection, “lane” means the portion of the roadway for use of moving traffic of a standard width prescribed by the secretary.

(j) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $100,000 from the state highway fund (276-00-4100-4100) of the department of transportation to the driver’s education scholarship grant fund (276-00) of the department of transportation: Provided, That the secretary of transportation is hereby authorized to transfer additional moneys from the state highway fund to the driver’s education scholarship grant fund during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022: Provided further, That the secretary shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of legislative research.

Sec. 139. In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the legislature from the operations (including official hospitality) account of the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, expenditures shall be made by the legislature from the operations (including official hospitality) account of the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 for an additional amount of allowance equal to the amount required to provide, along with the amount of allowance otherwise payable from appropriations for the legislature to each member of the legislature at the rate prescribed by K.S.A. 46-137a(c), and amendments thereto, an aggregate amount of allowance: (a) Equal to $354.15 for the two-week period that coincides with the first biweekly payroll period, which is chargeable to fiscal year 2022 and for each of the 14 ensuing two-week periods thereafter; and (b) equal to $354.15 for the two-week period that coincides with the biweekly payroll period, which includes March 20, 2022, which is chargeable to fiscal year 2022 and for each of the four ensuing two-week periods thereafter, for each member of the legislature to defray expenses incurred between sessions of the legislature for postage, telephone, office and other incidental expenses, which are chargeable to fiscal year 2022, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 46-137a, and amendments thereto: Provided, That all expenditures under this section for such purposes shall be made otherwise in the same manner that such allowance is payable to such members of the legislature for such two-week periods, for which such allowance is payable in accordance with this section and which are chargeable to fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 140. (a) (1) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by any state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by each such state agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 to implement and accomplish the following objectives on or before October 1, 2021, pursuant to K.S.A. 75-3718b, and amendments thereto:

(A) A program service inventory. Such inventory shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i) Identification of agency programs and subprograms by objective, function and purpose;

(ii) the state or federal statutory citation authorizing those programs, if any;

(iii) identification of programs that are mandatory versus discretionary;

(iv) a history of the programs, including interaction with other agency programs and objectives;

(v) state matching or other federal financial requirements;

(vi) prioritization of the level of all programs and subprograms; and

(vii) the consequence of not funding the program or subprogram.

(B) An integrated budget fiscal process. Such process shall institute common accounting procedures consistent with budget development, budget approval, budget submission, through actual expenditures by fund.

(C) A performance based budgeting system. Such budgeting system shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i) Incorporation of various outcome based performance measures, for state programs; and

(ii) enhancement of the capability to compare program effectiveness across multiple state and political boundaries.

(2) On or before November 15, 2021, the division of post audit shall review each state agency’s program service inventory, integrated budget fiscal process and performance based budgeting system and shall determine and certify whether such state agency is or is not meeting such objectives. If the legislative post auditor certifies that a state agency has not met the objectives, the legislative post auditor shall send a copy of such certification noting that the state agency has not met the objectives to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall lapse an amount equal to 2% of moneys appropriated or reappropriated for such state agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature from the state general fund. At the same time that any certification is made by the legislative post auditor to the director of accounts and reports under this section, the legislative post auditor shall deliver a copy of such certification to the director of the budget and director of legislative research.

(b) (1) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by any state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for fiscal year 2023 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature, expenditures shall be made by each such state agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund for fiscal year 2023 to implement and accomplish the following objectives on or before October 1, 2022, pursuant to K.S.A. 75-3718b, and amendments thereto:

(A) A program service inventory. Such inventory shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i) Identification of agency programs and subprograms by objective, function and purpose;

(ii) the state or federal statutory citation authorizing those programs, if any;

(iii) identification of programs that are mandatory versus discretionary;

(iv) a history of the programs, including interaction with other agency programs and objectives;

(v) state matching or other federal financial requirements;

(vi) prioritization of the level of all programs and subprograms; and

(vii) the consequence of not funding the program or subprogram.

(B) An integrated budget fiscal process. Such process shall institute common accounting procedures consistent with budget development, budget approval, budget submission, through actual expenditures by fund.

(C) A performance based budgeting system. Such budgeting system shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(i) Incorporation of various outcome based performance measures, for state programs; and

(ii) enhancement of the capability to compare program effectiveness across multiple state and political boundaries.

(2) On or before November 15, 2022, the division of post audit shall review each state agency’s program service inventory, integrated budget fiscal process and performance based budgeting system and shall determine and certify whether such state agency is or is not meeting such objectives. If the legislative post auditor certifies that a state agency has not met the objectives, the legislative post auditor shall send a copy of such certification noting that the state agency has not met the objectives to the director of accounts and reports. Upon receipt of such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall lapse an amount equal to 2% of moneys appropriated or reappropriated for such state agency for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature from the state general fund. At the same time that any certification is made by the legislative post auditor to the director of accounts and reports under this section, the legislative post auditor shall deliver a copy of such certification to the director of the budget and director of legislative research.

(c) The following items are exempt from and shall not be lapsed pursuant to this section:

(1) Any item of appropriation or reappropriation from the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 or fiscal year 2023 for debt service for payments made pursuant to contractual bond obligations;

(2) any item of appropriation or reappropriation from the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 or fiscal year 2023 for the Kansas department for children and families, division of health care finance of the department of health and environment, department of corrections or the Kansas department for aging and disability services that are required to meet caseload obligations under the state medicaid plan, including general medical expenditures under KanCare and non-KanCare expenditures included in the consensus caseload estimating process or for the Kansas department for children and families to meet caseload obligations for temporary assistance for needy families, foster care and reintegration services contracts or adoption services contracts, as certified by the director of the budget to the director of accounts and reports for the purposes of this subsection; and

(3) any item of appropriation or reappropriation from the state general fund for fiscal year 2022 or fiscal year 2023 for a postsecondary educational institution that has implemented the performance agreement pursuant to K.S.A. 74-3202d, and amendments thereto.

Sec. 141. During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2021, and June 30, 2022, after March 31, 2021, no state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature shall expend any moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal years 2021 and 2022 as authorized by chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature for the purposes of issuing or enforcing a statewide mask mandate unless the legislature expressly consents to, and approves of, a statewide mask mandate by an act of the legislature.

Sec. 142. (a) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by any state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures are hereby authorized and directed to be made by each such state agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 to enroll and actively participate in e-verify for verification of employment eligibility of all employees whose employment commences after January 1, 2022.

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, no state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature shall expend moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature for such state agency as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature to:

(1) Award either a public works or a purchase contract for goods or services having a value of at least $50,000 to a bidder, contractor or employer unless such bidder, contractor or employer verifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such bidder, contractor or employer through e-verify;

(2) authorize a bidder, contractor or employer to be eligible to bid for or receive either a public works contract or a purchase contract having a value of at least $50,000 from any such state agency unless such bidder, contractor or employer certifies that such bidder, contractor or employer verifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such bidder, contractor or employer through e-verify; or

(3) authorize such bidder, contractor or employer who bids on or receives a contract referenced in either paragraph (1) or (2) to bid or receive a contract prior to ensuring that any subcontractor used by the bidder, contractor or employer in the performance of the public works contract or purchase contract having a value of at least $50,000 certifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such subcontractor through e-verify.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by any state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2023 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature, expenditures are hereby authorized and directed to be made by each such state agency from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2023 to enroll and actively participate in e-verify for verification of employment status of all employees whose employment commences during fiscal year 2023.

(d) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023, no state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature shall expend moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2023 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature for such state agency as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature to:

(1) Award either a public works or a purchase contract for goods or services having a value of at least $50,000 to a bidder, contractor or employer unless such bidder, contractor or employer verifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such bidder, contractor or employer through e-verify;

(2) authorize a bidder, contractor or employer to be eligible to bid for or receive either a public works contract or a purchase contract having a value of at least $50,000 from any such state agency unless such bidder, contractor or employer certifies that such bidder, contractor or employer verifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such bidder, contractor or employer through e-verify; or

(3) authorize such bidder, contractor or employer who bids on or receives a contract referenced in either paragraph (1) or (2) to bid or receive a contract prior to ensuring that any subcontractor used by the bidder, contractor or employer in the performance of the public works contract or purchase contract having a value of at least $50,000 certifies the employment eligibility of the employees of such subcontractor through e-verify.

(e) As used in this section:

(1) “Employee” means any person who performs employmentservices for an employer pursuant to an employment relationship between the employee and the employer.

(2) “Employer” means any individual or type of organization that transacts business in this state and that employs one or more individuals who perform employment services in this state.

(3) “E-verify” means an electronic system jointly administered by the United States department of homeland security and the social security administration or its successor program, pursuant to 8 U.S.C. § 1324a, that is used to verify the employment authorization of employees.

Sec. 143. During the fiscal years ending June 30, 2021, and June 30, 2022, on the effective date of this act, no state agency named in this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature shall expend any moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal years 2021 and 2022 as authorized by chapter 5 of the 2020 Session Laws of Kansas, this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature for the purposes of issuing a request for proposal, continuing the process of any previously issued request for proposal or entering into a contract or agreement with any party to make any changes, improvements or upgrades to the technology infrastructure for claims, benefits and system integrity or to the methods for information and data sharing concerning Kansas unemployment benefits unless: (1) The unemployment compensation modernization and improvement council, created by 2021 Senate Substitute for Substitute for House Bill No. 2196, has reviewed any such request for proposal, contract or agreement and made a recommendation to the legislative coordinating council; and (2) the legislative coordinating council has authorized such state agency to proceed with the request for proposal, enter into an agreement or contract and make expenditures therefor. Such authorizations may be approved by the members of the legislative coordinating council, as provided in K.S.A. 46-1202, and amendments thereto, acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation, except that such authorizations, disbursements and expenditures may also be approved while the legislature is in session. The legislative coordinating council is hereby authorized to approve the requests for such purposes. Upon receipt of such approval by the legislative coordinating council, the requesting state agency is authorized to expend all approved moneys lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2021, and June 30, 2022.

Sec. 144. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, the director of the Kansas water office may transfer any part of any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2021 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas water office to any item of appropriation for fiscal year 2021 from the state water plan fund for the Kansas department of agriculture or the department of health and environment – division of environment: Provided, That the director of the Kansas water office shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and upon receipt of such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer such certified amount to the certified item of appropriation: Provided further; That when the director of the Kansas water office provides certification to the director of accounts and reports under this section, the director shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

Sec. 145.

STATE FINANCE COUNCIL

(a) On the effective date of this act, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $17,500,000 from the coronavirus prevention fund of the state finance council to the state general fund.

Sec. 146.

DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATION

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair for state facilities (173-00-1000-8500) $3,449,493

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rehabilitation and repair for state facilities account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • National bio and agro-defense facility – debt service (173-00-1000-0460) $20,725,350
  • John Redmond reservoir debt service (173-00-1000-0461) $1,674,750
  • University of Kansas medical education building debt service (173-00-1000-0462) $1,862,750
  • Debt service refunding – 2015A (173-00-1000-0463) $23,203,550
  • Debt service refunding – 2016H (173-00-1000-0464) $6,288,000
  • Debt service refunding – 2019F/G (173-00-1000-0460) $3,526,966

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Veterans memorial fund (173-00-7253-7250) No limit
  • State facilities gift fund (173-00-7263-7290) No limit
  • Master lease program fund (173-00-8732) No limit
  • State buildings depreciation fund (173-00-6149-4500) No limit
  • Executive mansion gifts fund (173-00-7257-7270) No limit
  • Topeka state hospital cemetery memorial gift fund (173-00-7337-7240) No limit
  • Capitol area plaza authority planning fund (173-00-7121-7035) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of administration may accept gifts, donations and grants of money, including payments from local units of city and county government, for the development of a new master plan for the capitol plaza and the state zoning area described in K.S.A. 75-3619, and amendments thereto: Provided further, That all such gifts, donations and grants shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, to the credit of the capitol area plaza authority planning fund.

  • Statehouse debt service – state highway fund (173-00-2861-2861) No limit

Provided, That on September 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,348,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the statehouse debt service – state highway fund of the department of administration.

  • Debt service refunding – 2019F/G – state highway fund (173-00-2823-2823) No limit

Provided, That on September 1, 2021, and February 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $1,530,159 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the debt service refunding – 2019F/G – state highway fund of the department of administration.

  • Debt service refunding – 2020R – state highway fund (173-00) No limit

Provided, That on September 1, 2021, and February 1, 2022, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $7,580,475 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the debt service refunding – 2020R – state highway fund of the department of administration.

  • Debt service refunding – 2020S – state highway fund (173-00) No limit

Provided, That on September 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter each such date as moneys are available, notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $775,600 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the debt service refunding – 2020S – state highway fund of the department of administration.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the building and ground fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the building and ground fund (173-00-2028) for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Parking improvements and repair (173-00-2028-2085) No limit

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state buildings depreciation fund (173-00-6149) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the state buildings depreciation fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • State of Kansas facilities projects – debt service (173-00-6149-4520) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the state buildings depreciation fund for fiscal year 2022.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state buildings operating fund (173-00-6148) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the state buildings operating fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Eisenhower building purchase and renovation – debt service (173-00-6148-4610) No limit

(f) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the building and ground fund (173-00-2028), the state buildings depreciation fund (173-00-6149), and the state buildings operating fund (173-00-6148) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 from the unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2021, in each existing capital improvement account of each such special revenue fund: Provided, That expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such existing capital improvement account shall not exceed the amount of the unencumbered balance in such account on June 30, 2021: Provided further, That all expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 and shall be in addition to any other expenditure limitation imposed on any such account of each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 147.

DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

(a) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the reimbursement and recovery fund (300-00-2275) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the reimbursement and recovery fund during the fiscal year 2022, for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Debt service – 1430 Topeka facilities (300-00-2275-2297) $133,228
  • Rehabilitation and repair (300-00-2275-2410) No limit

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the Wagner Peyser employment services – federal fund (300-00-3275) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the Wagner Peyser employment services – federal fund during the fiscal year 2022, for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair (300-00-3275-3272) No limit

Sec. 148.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT FOR AGING AND DISABILITY SERVICES

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (039-00-8100-8240) $3,201,142

Provided, That the secretary for aging and disability services is hereby authorized to transfer moneys during fiscal year 2022 from the rehabilitation and repair projects account to a rehabilitation and repair account for any institution, as defined by K.S.A. 76-12a01, and amendments thereto, for projects approved by the secretary for aging and disability services: Provided further, That expenditures also may be made from this account during fiscal year 2022 for the purposes of rehabilitation and repair for facilities of the Kansas department for aging and disability services other than any institution, as defined by K.S.A. 76-12a01, and amendments thereto.

  • Debt service – state hospitals rehabilitation and repair (039-00-8100-8325) $2,588,200
  • Video surveillance system (410-00-8100) $430,000
  • Larned state hospital – city of Larned wastewater treatment (410-00-8100-8300) $129,620

Provided, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 76-6b05, and amendments thereto, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the Larned state hospital – city of Larned wastewater treatment account of the state institutions building fund for payment of Larned state hospital’s portion of the city of Larned’s wastewater treatment system.

Sec. 149.

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Employment security administration property sale fund (296-00-3336-3110) No limit

Provided, That the secretary of labor is hereby authorized to make expenditures from the employment security administration property sale fund during fiscal year 2022 for the unemployment insurance program: Provided, however, That no expenditures shall be made from this fund for the proposed purchase or other acquisition of additional real estate to provide space for the unemployment insurance program of the department of labor until such proposed purchase or other acquisition, including the preliminary plans and program statement for any capital improvement project that is proposed to be initiated and completed by or for the department of labor have been reviewed by the joint committee on state building construction.

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the department of labor from moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022 as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by the department of labor for fiscal year 2022 from the moneys appropriated from any special revenue fund for the expenses of the sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for any portion or all of the real estate of the department of labor: Provided, That such expenditures may be made and such sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for any portion or all of the real estate of the department of labor may be executed or otherwise effectuated only upon specific authorization by the state finance council acting on this matter, which is hereby characterized as a matter of legislative delegation and subject to the guidelines prescribed in K.S.A. 75-3711c(c), and amendments thereto, and acting after receiving the recommendations of the joint committee on state building construction: Provided, however, That no such sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for any portion of the real estate of the department of labor shall be executed until the proposed sale, exchange or other disposition conveying title for such real estate has been reviewed by the joint committee on state building construction: Provided further, That the net proceeds from the sale of any of the real estate of the department of labor shall be deposited in the state treasury in accordance with the provisions of K.S.A. 75-4215, and amendments thereto, and shall be credited to the employment security administration property sale fund of the department of labor: And provided further, That expenditures from the employment security administration property sale fund shall not exceed the limitation established for fiscal year 2022 by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature except upon approval of the state finance council.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the special employment security fund (296-00-2120) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the special employment security fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement projects: Payment of debt service on revenue bonds issued to finance remodeling of the 401 S. Topeka building: Provided, That expenditures from the special employment security fund (296-00-2120-2020) for fiscal year 2022 for such capital improvement purposes shall not exceed $183,749: Provided further, That all expenditures from this fund for any such capital improvement purpose shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the special employment security fund for fiscal year 2022.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the workmen’s compensation fee fund (296-00-2124) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the workmen’s compensation fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement projects: (1) Payment of debt service on revenue bonds issued to finance remodeling of the 401 S. Topeka building: Provided, That expenditures from the workmen’s compensation fee fund (296-00-2124-2227) for fiscal year 2022 for such capital improvement purposes shall not exceed $98,942; and (2) payment of rehabilitation and repair projects: Provided, That expenditures from the workmen’s compensation fee fund (296-00-2124-2228) for fiscal year 2022 for such capital improvement purposes shall not exceed $1,025,000.

Sec. 150.

KANSAS COMMISSION ON VETERANS AFFAIRS OFFICE

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Veterans cemetery program rehabilitation and repair projects (694-00-1000-0904) $111,900

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the veterans cemetery program rehabilitation and repair projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Soldiers’ home rehabilitation and repair projects (694-00-8100-7100) $749,542
  • Veterans’ home rehabilitation and repair projects (694-00-8100-8250) $1,028,750

Sec. 151.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (604-00-8100-8108) $530,930
  • Security system upgrade project (604-00-8100-8130) $137,756
  • Campus boilers and HVAC upgrades (604-00-8100-8145) $250,330

Sec. 152.

KANSAS STATE SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (610-00-8100-8108) $480,777
  • Campus boilers and HVAC upgrades (610-00-8100-8145) $529,200
  • Campus life safety and security (610-00-8100-8130) $182,595

Sec. 153.

STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (288-00-1000-8088) $450,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rehabilitation and repair projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the private gifts, grants and bequests fund (288-00-7302) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the private gifts, grants and bequests fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the private gifts, grants and bequests fund for fiscal year 2022.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the historical preservation grant in aid fund (288-00-3089) for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the historical preservation grant in aid fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the historical preservation grant in aid fund for fiscal year 2022.

(d) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the private gifts, grants and bequests fund, historic properties fee fund, state historical facilities fund, save America’s treasures fund, historical society capital improvement fund, law enforcement memorial fund and historical preservation grant in aid fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 from the unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2021, in each existing capital improvement account of each such special revenue fund: Provided, That expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such existing capital improvement account shall not exceed the amount of the unencumbered balance in such account on June 30, 2021: Provided further, That all expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 and shall be in addition to any other expenditure limitation imposed on any such account of each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 154.

EMPORIA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Memorial union project – debt service 2010J (379-00-5161-5040) No limit
  • Student housing projects – debt service 2017D (379-00-5169-5050) No limit
  • Twin towers housing project – debt service 2017D (379-00-5120-5030) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (379-00-5186-5060) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (379-00-2526-2040) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (379-00-2069-2010) No limit
  • Student housing projects (379-00-5650-5120) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (379-00-2485-2485) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 155.

FORT HAYS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Lewis field renovation – debt service 2016B (246-00-5150-5180) No limit
  • Memorial union renovation – debt service 2016B (246-00-5102-5010) No limit
  • Memorial union addition – debt service (246-00-2510-2040) No limit
  • Memorial union project (246-00-2510-2040) No limit
  • Energy conservation – debt service (246-00-2035-2000) No limit
  • Wiest hall replacement – debt service 2016B (246-00-5103-5020) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (246-00-2483-2483) No limit
  • Forsyth library renovation (246-00-2510-2040) No limit
  • Lewis field stadium project (246-00-5150-5180) No limit
  • South campus drive project (246-00-2035-2000) No limit
  • Rarick hall renovation (246-00-2035-2000) No limit
  • Student union rehabilitation and repair projects (246-00-5102-5010) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (246-00-2035-2000) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (246-00-2510-2040 No limit
  • Student housing rehabilitation and repair projects (246-00-5103-5020) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (246-00-5185-5050) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 156.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Energy conservation projects – debt service 2003J1, 2010U1/2, 2012F/H, 2017B (367-00-2062-2000) No limit
  • Research initiative debt service 2005H, 2012H (367-00-2901-2106) No limit
  • Chiller plant project – debt service 2015B (367-00-2062-2000) No limit
  • Engineering complex project – debt service 2014D1 (367-00-2154-2154) No limit
  • Recreation complex project – debt service 2010G1/2 (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Student union renovation project – debt service 2016A (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Electrical upgrade project – debt service 2017E (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Salina student life center project – debt service 2008D (367-00-5111-5101) No limit
  • Childcare development center project – debt service 2019C (367-00-5125-5101) No limit
  • Jardine housing project – debt service 2019C (367-00-5163-4500) No limit
  • Wefald dining and residence hall project – debt service 2014D (367-00-5163-4500) No limit
  • Union parking – debt service 2016A (367-00-5181-4630) No limit
  • Seaton hall renovation – debt service 2016A (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Chemical landfill – debt service refunding 2019C (367-00-2901-2160) No limit
  • Jardine housing project – debt service 2005A, 2007A (367-00-5163-4500) No limit
  • Derby dining center project – debt service 2019C (367-00-5163-4500) No limit
  • Capital lease – debt service (367-00-2062-2000) No limit
  • Capital lease – debt service (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (367-00-2062-2000) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (367-00-2520-2080) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (367-00-2484-2484) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (367-00-5181-4638) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 157.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY EXTENSION SYSTEMS
AND AGRICULTURE RESEARCH PROGRAMS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Capital lease – debt service (369-00-2697-1100) No limit
  • Capital lease – debt service (369-00-2921-1200) No limit

Sec. 158.

KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY VETERINARY MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Capital lease – debt service (368-00-5160-5300) No limit

Sec. 159.

PITTSBURG STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Student housing and building renovations – debt service 2014A1 (385-00-5106-5105) No limit
  • Overman student center and student housing – debt service 2014A2 (385-00-2820-2820) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (385-00-2486-2486) No limit
  • Student health center – debt service 2009G (385-00-2828-2851) No limit
  • Overman student center project (385-00-2820-2820) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (385-00-2833-2831) No limit
  • Housing maintenance projects (385-00-5645-5160) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (385-00-5187-5060) No limit
  • Energy conservation projects – debt service 2011D/D3, 2015M No limit
  • Student housing project – debt service 2011D1 (385-00-2833-2830) No limit
  • Student housing projects – debt service 2009H1/2, 2014A2, 2011D1/D3, 2014A1, 2020H (385-00-5165-5050) No limit
  • Student housing projects – debt service 2011D1 (385-00-5646-5160) No limit
  • Parking facility – debt service 2009J1/2, 2020H (385-00-5187-5060) No limit
  • Tyler scientific research center – debt service 2015K (385-00-2903-2903) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 160.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Student housing projects – debt service 2011C, 2014C, 2017A, 2020B (682-00-5142-5050) No limit
  • Engineering facility – debt service 2013G1 (682-00-2545-2080) No limit
  • Engineering facility – debt service 2013G1 (682-00-2153-2153) No limit
  • Student recreation center – debt service 2017A (682-00-2864-2860) No limit
  • Parking facilities – debt service 2014C, 2017A (682-00-5175-5070) No limit
  • McCollum hall parking – debt service 2014C (682-00-5175-5070) No limit
  • Energy conservation projects – debt service 2010B, 2020B (682-00-2107-2000) No limit
  • Energy conservation projects – debt service (682-00-2545-2080) No limit
  • Earth, energy and environment center – debt service 2017A (682-00-2545-2080) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (682-00-5175-5070) No limit
  • Student housing maintenance projects (682-00-5621-5110) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (682-00-2107-2000) No limit
  • Kansas law enforcement training center projects (682-00-2133-2020) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (682-00-2545-2080) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (682-00-2487-2487) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 161.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS MEDICAL CENTER

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Health education building –debt service 2017A (683-00-2108-2500) No limit
  • Energy conservation – debt service 2012D2.2 (683-00-2108-2500) No limit
  • Hemenway research initiative – debt service 2012D2.1 (683-00-2907-2800) No limit
  • KUMC research institute – debt service 2020B (683-00-2907-2800) No limit
  • Parking garage 3 – debt service 2014C (683-00-5176-5550) No limit
  • Parking garage 4 – debt service 2010K1/2, 2020B (683-00-5176-5550) No limit
  • Parking garage 5 – debt service 2016C (683-00-5176-5550) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (683-00-2488-2488) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (683-00-2108-2500) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (683-00-2394-2390) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (683-00-2551-2600) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (683-00-2907-2800) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (683-00-5176-5550) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

Sec. 162.

WICHITA STATE UNIVERSITY

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Energy conservation – debt service (715-00-2112-2000) No limit
  • Rhatigan student center – debt service 2012A1 (715-00-2558-2030) No limit
  • Engineering research lab – debt service 2005D/2003C (715-00-2558-2030) No limit
  • Shocker residence hall – debt service 2013F (715-00-5100-5250) No limit
  • Parking garage – debt service 2016J (715-00-5148-5000) No limit
  • Fairmont towers – debt service 2012A2 (715-00-5620-5670) No limit
  • Innovation campus – school of business debt service (715-00-2112-2000) No limit
  • Flats and suites – debt service (715-00-5100-5250) No limit
  • Deferred maintenance projects (715-00-2489-2489) No limit
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (715-00-2908-2080) No limit
  • Parking maintenance projects (715-00-5159-5040) No limit

(b) During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the above agency may make expenditures from the rehabilitation and repair projects, Americans with disabilities act compliance projects, state fire marshal code compliance projects, and improvements to classroom projects for institutions of higher education account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency of moneys transferred to such account by the state board of regents by any provision of this or other appropriation act of the 2021 regular session of the legislature: Provided, That this subsection shall not apply to the unencumbered balance in any account of the Kansas educational building fund of the above agency that was first appropriated for any fiscal year commencing prior to July 1, 2020.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by Wichita state university from the moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, or fiscal year 2023, as authorized by this or other appropriation act of the 2021 or 2022 regular session of the legislature, expenditures may be made by Wichita state university from moneys appropriated from the state general fund or from any special revenue fund or funds for fiscal year 2022, or fiscal year 2023 to provide for the issuance of bonds by the Kansas development finance authority in accordance with K.S.A. 74-8905, and amendments thereto, for a capital improvement project for the construction and equipment of a new convergence sciences building on the innovation campus of Wichita state university: Provided, That such capital improvement project is hereby approved for Wichita state university for the purposes of K.S.A. 74-8905(b), and amendments thereto, and the authorization of the issuance of bonds by the Kansas development finance authority in accordance with that statute: Provided further, That Wichita state university may make expenditures from the moneys received from the issuance of any such bonds for such capital improvement project: Provided, however, That expenditures from the moneys received from the issuance of any such bonds for such capital improvement project shall not exceed $15,000,000 plus all amounts required for costs of bond issuance, costs of interest on the bonds issued for such capital improvement project during the construction of such project, credit enhancement costs and any required reserves for the payment of principal and interest on the bonds: And provided further, That all moneys received from the issuance of any such bonds shall be deposited and accounted for as prescribed by applicable bond covenants: And provided further, That debt service for any such bonds for such capital improvement project shall be financed by appropriations from any appropriate special revenue fund or funds: And provided further, That any such bonds and interest thereon shall be an obligation only of the Kansas development finance authority, shall not constitute a debt of the state of Kansas within the meaning of section 6 or 7 of article 11 of the constitution of the state of Kansas and shall not pledge the full faith and credit or the taxing power of the state of Kansas: And provided further, That Wichita state university shall make provisions for the maintenance of the building.

Sec. 163.

STATE BOARD OF REGENTS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • State university capital renewal initiative $10,292,230

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Kansas educational building fund No limit

Provided, That the state board of regents is hereby authorized to transfer moneys from the Kansas educational building fund to an account or accounts of the Kansas educational building fund of any institution under the control and supervision of the state board of regents to be expended by the institution for projects, including planning, new construction and razing, approved by the state board of regents: Provided, however, That no expenditures shall be made from any such account until the proposed projects have been reviewed by the joint committee on state building construction: Provided further, That the state board of regents shall certify to the director of accounts and reports each such transfer of moneys from the Kansas educational building fund: And provided further, That the state board of regents shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and to the director of legislative research.

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available therefor, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $115,000 from the Kansas educational building fund to the historic properties fee fund of the state historical society.

Sec. 164.

DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the correctional institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Capital improvements – rehabilitation and repair of correctional institutions (521-00-8600-8240) $4,592,000

Provided, That the secretary of corrections is hereby authorized to transfer moneys during fiscal year 2022 from the capital improvements – rehabilitation and repair of correctional institutions account of the correctional institutions building fund to an account or accounts of the correctional institutions building fund of any institution or facility under the jurisdiction of the secretary of corrections to be expended during fiscal year 2022 by the institution or facility for capital improvement projects and for security improvement projects including acquisition of security equipment.

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state institutions building fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Capital improvements – rehabilitation and repair of juvenile correctional facilities (521-00-8100-8000) $500,000

Provided, That the secretary of corrections is hereby authorized to transfer moneys during fiscal year 2022 from the capital improvements – rehabilitation and repair account of the state institutions building fund to any account or accounts of the state institutions building fund of any juvenile correctional facility or institution under the general supervision and management of the secretary of corrections to be expended during fiscal year 2022 for capital improvement projects approved by the secretary: Provided further, That the secretary of corrections shall certify each such transfer to the director of accounts and reports and shall transmit a copy of each such certification to the director of the budget and the director of legislative research.

  • Capital improvements – capacity expansion (521-00-8100) $6,089,218

Provided, That notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 76-6b04 and 76-6b05, or any other statute, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the capital improvements – capacity expansion account of the state institutions building fund during fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made from such account during fiscal year 2022 for capacity expansion capital improvements projects at the Winfield correctional facility and Lansing correctional facility.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • Correctional facility infrastructure project (521-00-2834) No limit

Sec. 165.

ATTORNEY GENERAL –
KANSAS BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

(a) There is hereby appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (083-00-1000-0100) $100,000

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rehabilitation and repair projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • KBI lab – debt service (083-00-1000-0820) $4,323,675

Sec. 166.

KANSAS HIGHWAY PATROL

(a) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the highway patrol training center fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the highway patrol training center fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair – training center – Salina (280-00-2306-2004) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the highway patrol training center fund for fiscal year 2022.

(b) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the vehicle identification number fee fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the vehicle identification number fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Training academy rehabilitation and repair (280-00-2213-2401) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the vehicle identification number fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

(c) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Scale replacement and rehabilitation and repair of buildings (280-00-2034-1115) $324,510

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the Kansas highway patrol operations fund for fiscal year 2022.

(d) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $324,510 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the Kansas highway patrol operations fund (280-00-2034-1115). In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made from the state highway fund during fiscal year 2022 and notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 68-416, and amendments thereto, or any other statute, transfers and expenditures may be made from the state highway fund during fiscal year 2022 for support and maintenance of the Kansas highway patrol.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the KHP federal forfeiture – federal fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following account or accounts of the KHP federal forfeiture – federal fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Training academy rehabilitation and repair (280-00-3545-3548) No limit
  • Troop F storage building (280-00-3545-3545) No limit
  • KHP federal forfeiture – new construction No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the KHP federal forfeiture – federal fund for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 167.

ADJUTANT GENERAL

(a) There is hereby appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • Debt service – rehabilitation and repair of the statewide armories (034-00-1000-8010) $268,725
  • Rehabilitation and repair projects (034-00-1000-8000) $666,431

Provided, That any unencumbered balance in the rehabilitation and repair projects account in excess of $100 as of June 30, 2021, is hereby reappropriated for fiscal year 2022.

  • SDB remodel $1,600,000

Provided, That all expenditures from the SDB remodel account shall be for the design and construction cost of remodeling the state defense building.

Sec. 168.

STATE FAIR BOARD

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures other than refunds authorized by law shall not exceed the following:

  • State fair capital improvements fund (373-00-2533-2500) No limit

(b) On or before the 10th day of each month during the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state general fund to the state fair capital improvements fund interest earnings based on: (1) The average daily balance of moneys in the state fair capital improvements fund for the preceding month; and (2) the net earnings rate for the pooled money investment portfolio for the preceding month.

(c) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state general fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, for the capital improvement project or projects specified, the following:

  • State fair debt service (373-00-1000-0700) $850,500

Sec. 169.

KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF WILDLIFE AND PARKS

(a) There is appropriated for the above agency from the state economic development initiatives fund for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, the following:

  • Debt service – Kansas City district office (710-00-1900-1960) $10,603

(b) There is appropriated for the above agency from the following special revenue fund or funds for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2022, all moneys now or hereafter lawfully credited to and available in such fund or funds, except that expenditures shall not exceed the following:

  • Department access road fund (710-00-2178-2760) No limit

Provided, That, in addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the department access road fund, expenditures may be made from this fund for road improvement projects administered by the department of transportation in state parks and on public lands.

  • Bridge maintenance fund (710-00-2045-2070) No limit
  • Office of the secretary building fund No limit

(c) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $3,402,545 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the department access road fund of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks.

(d) On July 1, 2021, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $200,000 from the state highway fund of the department of transportation to the bridge maintenance fund of the Kansas department of wildlife and parks.

(e) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the state agricultural production fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the state agricultural production fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Agricultural land capital improvement No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the state agricultural production fund for fiscal year 2022.

(f) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the parks fee fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the parks fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Parks rehabilitation and repair projects (710-00-2122-2066) $1,255,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the parks fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

(g) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the boating fee fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the boating fee fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Coast guard boating projects (710-00-2245-2840) $75,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the boating fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

(h) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the wildlife fee fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the wildlife fee fund during fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Shooting range development (710-00-2300-2301) $300,000
  • Land acquisition (710-00-2300-3040) $400,000
  • Federally mandated boating access (710-00-2300-4360) $241,750
  • Rehabilitation and repair (710-00-2300-3262) $1,710,000
  • State fishing lake projects (710-00-2300-4320) $45,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the wildlife fee fund for fiscal year 2022.

(i) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the cabin revenue fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the cabin revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Cabin site preparation (710-00-2668-2660) $300,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the cabin revenue fund for fiscal year 2022.

(j) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the wildlife restoration fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the wildlife restoration fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair (710-00-3418-3422) $1,350,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the wildlife restoration fund for fiscal year 2022.

(k) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the sport fish restoration program fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the sport fish restoration program fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Rehabilitation and repair (710-00-3490-3491) $1,225,250

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the sport fish restoration program fund for fiscal year 2022.

(l) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the migratory waterfowl propagation and protection fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the migratory waterfowl propagation and protection fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Wetlands acquisition (710-00-2600-3330) $200,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the migratory waterfowl propagation and protection fund for fiscal year 2022.

(m) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the outdoor recreation acquisition, development and planning fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the outdoor recreation acquisition, development and planning fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Land and water conservation development (710-00-3794-3794) $700,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on the outdoor recreation acquisition, development and planning fund for fiscal year 2022.

(n) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the recreational trails program fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the recreational trails program fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Recreational trails program (710-00-3238-3238) $700,000

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the recreational trails program fund for fiscal year 2022.

(o) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the federally licensed wildlife areas fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the federally licensed wildlife areas fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • FLW-AG land capital improvements $42,500

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the federally licensed wildlife areas fund for fiscal year 2022.

(p) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the boating safety and financial assistance fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from the following capital improvement account or accounts of the boating safety and financial assistance fund for fiscal year 2022 for the following capital improvement project or projects, subject to the expenditure limitations prescribed therefor:

  • Coast guard boating projects (710-00-3251-3251) No limit

Provided, That all expenditures from each such capital improvement account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitations imposed on the boating safety and financial assistance fund for fiscal year 2022.

(q) In addition to the other purposes for which expenditures may be made by the above agency from the parks fee fund, boating fee fund, boating safety and financial assistance fund, wildlife fee fund, wildlife conservation fund, cabin revenue fund, wildlife restoration fund, sport fish restoration program fund, migratory waterfowl propagation and protection fund, nongame wildlife improvement fund, plant and animal disease and pest control fund, land and water conservation fund – local, outdoor recreation acquisition, development and planning fund, recreational trails program fund, federally licensed wildlife areas fund, department of wildlife and parks gifts and donations fund, highway planning/construction fund, state wildlife grants fund, disaster grants – public assistance, nonfederal grants fund, bridge maintenance fund, state agricultural production fund, department access road fund, navigation projects fund, other federal grants fund and recreation resource management fund for fiscal year 2022, expenditures may be made by the above agency from each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 from the unencumbered balance as of June 30, 2021, in each existing capital improvement account of each such special revenue fund: Provided, That expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such existing capital improvement account shall not exceed the amount of the unencumbered balance in such account on June 30, 2021: Provided further, That all expenditures from the unencumbered balance of any such account shall be in addition to any expenditure limitation imposed on each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022 and shall be in addition to any other expenditure limitation imposed on any such account of each such special revenue fund for fiscal year 2022.

Sec. 170. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 2-223 is hereby amended to read as follows: 2-223. (a) There is hereby established in the state treasury the state fair capital improvements fund. All expenditures of moneys in the state fair capital improvements fund shall be used for the payment of capital improvements and maintenance for the state fairgrounds and the payment of capital improvement obligations that have been financed. Capital improvement projects for the Kansas state fairgrounds are hereby approved for the purposes of K.S.A. 74-8905(b), and amendments thereto, and the authorization of the issuance of bonds by the Kansas development finance authority in accordance with that statute.

(b) Except as provided further, on each June 30, the state fair board shall certify to the director of accounts and reports an amount to be transferred from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvements fund, which amount shall be not less than the amount equal to 5% of the total gross receipts during the current fiscal year from state fair activities and non-fair days activities, except that. During the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021, no moneys shall be transferred from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvement fund pursuant to this subsection. For the fiscal year ending June 30, 2021 2022, notwithstanding the other provisions of this section, on March 1, 2021 2022, or as soon thereafter as moneys are available therefor, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvements fund the amount equal to the greater of $300,000 or the amount equal to 5% of the total gross receipts during fiscal year 2021 2022 from state fair activities and non-fair days activities through March 1, 2021 2022, except that, subject to approval by the director of the budget prior to March 1, 2021 2022, after reviewing the amounts credited to the state fair fee fund and the state fair capital improvements fund, cash flow considerations for the state fair fee fund, and the amount required to be credited to the state fair capital improvements fund pursuant to this subsection to pay the bonded debt service payment due on April 1, 2021 2022, the state fair board may certify an amount on March 1, 2021 2022, to the director of accounts and reports to be transferred from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvements fund that is equal to the amount required to be credited to the state fair capital improvements fund pursuant to this subsection to pay the bonded debt service payment due on April 1, 2021 2022, and shall certify to the director of accounts and reports on the date specified by the director of the budget the amount equal to the balance of the aggregate amount that is required to be transferred from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvements fund for fiscal year 2021 2022. Upon receipt of any such certification, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer moneys from the state fair fee fund to the state fair capital improvements fund in accordance with such certification.

Sec. 171. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 12-1775a is hereby amended to read as follows: 12-1775a. (a) Prior to December 31, 1996, the governing body of each city that, pursuant to K.S.A. 12-1771, and amendments thereto, has established a redevelopment district prior to July 1, 1996, shall certify to the director of accounts and reports the amount equal to the amount of revenue realized from ad valorem taxes imposed pursuant to K.S.A. 72-5142, and amendments thereto, within such redevelopment district. Except as provided further, to February 1, 1997, and annually on that date thereafter, the governing body of each such city shall certify to the director of accounts and reports an amount equal to the amount by which revenues realized from such ad valorem taxes imposed in such redevelopment district are estimated to be reduced for the ensuing calendar year due to legislative changes in the statewide school finance formula. Prior to March 1 of each year, the director of accounts and reports shall certify to the state treasurer each amount certified by the governing bodies of cities under this section for the ensuing calendar year and shall transfer from the state general fund to the city tax increment financing revenue replacement fund the aggregate of all amounts so certified. Prior to April 15 of each year, the state treasurer shall pay from the city tax increment financing revenue replacement fund to each city certifying an amount to the director of accounts and reports under this section for the ensuing calendar year the amount so certified. During fiscal years 2020, 2021 and, 2022 and 2023, no moneys shall be transferred from the state general fund to the city tax increment financing revenue replacement fund pursuant to this subsection.

(b) There is hereby created the tax increment financing revenue replacement fund, which shall be administered by the state treasurer. All expenditures from the tax increment financing revenue replacement fund shall be made in accordance with appropriations acts upon warrants of the director of accounts and reports issued pursuant to vouchers approved by the state treasurer or a person or persons designated by the state treasurer.

Sec. 172. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 12-5256 is hereby amended to read as follows: 12-5256. (a) All expenditures from the state housing trust fund made for the purposes of K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 12-5253 through 12-5255, and amendments thereto, shall be made in accordance with appropriation acts upon warrants of the director of accounts and reports issued pursuant to vouchers approved by the president of the Kansas housing resources corporation.

(b) (1) On July 1, 2019, July 1, 2020, and July 1, 2021, and July 1, 2022, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $2,000,000 from the state economic development initiatives fund to the state housing trust fund established by K.S.A. 74-8959, and amendments thereto.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of K.S.A. 74-8959, and amendments thereto, to the contrary, during fiscal year 2020, fiscal year 2021 and, fiscal year 2022 and fiscal year 2023, moneys in the state housing trust fund shall be used solely for the purpose of loans or grants to cities or counties for infrastructure or housing development in rural areas. During such fiscal years, on or before January 11, 2021, January 10, 2022, and January 9, 2023, and January 8, 2024, the president of the Kansas housing resources corporation shall submit a report concerning the activities of the state housing trust fund to the house of representatives committee on appropriations and the senate committee on ways and means.

Sec. 173. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 55-193 is hereby amended to read as follows: 55-193. On July 15, 1996, and on the 15th day of each calendar quarter thereafter before July 1, 2022 2023, the director of accounts and reports shall transfer $100,000 from the state general fund and $200,000 from the conservation fee fund established by K.S.A. 55-143, and amendments thereto, to the abandoned oil and gas well fund established by K.S.A. 55-192, and amendments thereto, except that no transfer shall be made pursuant to this section from the state general fund to the abandoned oil and gas well fund during state fiscal year 2020, state fiscal year 2021, or state fiscal year 2022 or state fiscal year 2023.

Sec. 174. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 65-180 is hereby amended to read as follows: 65-180. The secretary of health and environment shall:

(a) Institute and carry on an intensive educational program among physicians, hospitals, public health nurses and the public concerning congenital hypothyroidism, galactosemia, phenylketonuria and other genetic diseases detectable with the same specimen. This educational program shall include information about the nature of such conditions and examinations for the detection thereof in early infancy in order that measures may be taken to prevent intellectual disability or morbidity resulting from such conditions.

(b) Provide recognized screening tests for phenylketonuria, galactosemia, hypothyroidism and such other diseases as may be appropriately detected with the same specimen. The initial laboratory screening tests for these diseases shall be performed by the department of health and environment or its designee for all infants born in the state. Such services shall be performed without charge.

(c) Provide a follow-up program by providing test results and other information to identified physicians; locate infants with abnormal newborn screening test results; with parental consent, monitor infants to assure appropriate testing to either confirm or not confirm the disease suggested by the screening test results; with parental consent, monitor therapy and treatment for infants with confirmed diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism, galactosemia, phenylketonuria or other genetic diseases being screened under this statute; and establish ongoing education and support activities for individuals with confirmed diagnosis of congenital hypothyroidism, galactosemia, phenylketonuria and other genetic diseases being screened under this statute and for the families of such individuals.

(d) Maintain a registry of cases including information of importance for the purpose of follow-up services to prevent intellectual disability or morbidity.

(e) Provide, within the limits of appropriations available therefor, the necessary treatment product for diagnosed cases for as long as medically indicated, when the product is not available through other state agencies. In addition to diagnosed cases under this section, diagnosed cases of maple syrup urine disease shall be included as a diagnosed case under this subsection. Where the applicable income of the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed individual meets medicaid eligibility, such individuals’ needs shall be covered under the medicaid state plan. Where the applicable income of the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed individual is not medicaid eligible, but is below 300% of the federal poverty level established under the most recent poverty guidelines issued by the United States department of health and human services, the department of health and environment shall provide reimbursement of between 50% to 100% of the product cost in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the secretary of health and environment. Where the applicable income of the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed individual exceeds 300% of the federal poverty level established under the most recent poverty guidelines issued by the United States department of health and human services, the department of health and environment shall provide reimbursement of an amount not to exceed 50% of the product cost in accordance with rules and regulations adopted by the secretary of health and environment.

(f) Provide state assistance to an applicant pursuant to subsection (e) only after it has been shown that the applicant has exhausted all benefits from private third-party payers, medicare, medicaid and other government assistance programs and after consideration of the applicant’s income and assets. The secretary of health and environment shall adopt rules and regulations establishing standards for determining eligibility for state assistance under this section.

(g) (1) Except for treatment products provided under subsection (e), if the medically necessary food treatment product for diagnosed cases must be purchased, the purchaser shall be reimbursed by the department of health and environment for costs incurred up to $1,500 per year per diagnosed child age 18 or younger at 100% of the product cost upon submission of a receipt of purchase identifying the company from which the product was purchased. For a purchaser to be eligible for reimbursement under this subsection, the applicable income of the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed child shall not exceed 300% of the poverty level established under the most recent poverty guidelines issued by the federal department of health and human services.

(2) As an option to reimbursement authorized under subsection (g)(1), the department of health and environment may purchase food treatment products for distribution to diagnosed children in an amount not to exceed $1,500 per year per diagnosed child age 18 or younger. For a diagnosed child to be eligible for the distribution of food treatment products under this subsection, the applicable income of the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed child shall not exceed 300% of the poverty level established under the most recent poverty guidelines issued by the federal department of health and human services.

(3) In addition to diagnosed cases under this section, diagnosed cases of maple syrup urine disease shall be included as a diagnosed case under this subsection.

(h) The department of health and environment shall continue to receive orders for both necessary treatment products and necessary food treatment products, purchase such products, and shall deliver the products to an address prescribed by the diagnosed individual. The department of health and environment shall bill the person or persons who have legal responsibility for the diagnosed patient for a pro-rata share of the total costs, in accordance with the rules and regulations adopted pursuant to this section.

(i) The secretary of health and environment shall adopt rules and regulations as needed to require, to the extent of available funding, newborn screening tests to screen for treatable disorders listed in the core uniform panel of newborn screening conditions recommended in the 2005 report by the American college of medical genetics entitled “Newborn Screening: Toward a Uniform Screening Panel and System” or another report determined by the department of health and environment to provide more appropriate newborn screening guidelines to protect the health and welfare of newborns for treatable disorders.

(j) In performing the duties under subsection (i), the secretary of health and environment shall appoint an advisory council to advise the department of health and environment on implementation of subsection (i).

(k) The department of health and environment shall periodically review the newborn screening program to determine the efficacy and cost effectiveness of the program and determine whether adjustments to the program are necessary to protect the health and welfare of newborns and to maximize the number of newborn screenings that may be conducted with the funding available for the screening program.

(l) There is hereby established in the state treasury the Kansas newborn screening fund that shall be administered by the secretary of health and environment. All expenditures from the fund shall be for the newborn screening program. All expenditures from the fund shall be made in accordance with appropriation acts upon warrants of the director of accounts and reports issued pursuant to vouchers approved by the secretary of health and environment or the secretary’s designee. On July 1 of each year, the director of accounts and reports shall determine the amount credited to the medical assistance fee fund pursuant to K.S.A. 40-3213, and amendments thereto, and shall transfer the estimated portion of such amount that is necessary to fund the newborn screening program for the ensuing fiscal year as certified by the secretary of health and environment or the secretary’s designee to the Kansas newborn screening fund. Such amount shall not exceed $2,500,000 in any one fiscal year, except that such amount shall not exceed $5,000,000 in fiscal year years 2021 and 2022.

Sec. 175. K.S.A. 2020 Supp. 72-5462 is hereby amended to read as follows: 72-5462. (a) There is hereby established in the state treasury the school district capital improvements fund. The fund shall consist of all amounts transferred thereto under the provisions of subsection (c).

(b) In each school year, each school district which is obligated to make payments from its capital improvements fund shall be entitled to receive payment from the school district capital improvements fund in an amount determined by the state board of education as provided in this subsection.

(1) For general obligation bonds approved for issuance at an election held prior to July 1, 2015, the state board of education shall:

(A) Determine the amount of the assessed valuation per pupil (AVPP) of each school district in the state for the preceding school year and round such amount to the nearest $1,000. The rounded amount is the AVPP of a school district for the purposes of this subsection (b)(1);

(B) determine the median AVPP of all school districts;

(C) prepare a schedule of dollar amounts using the amount of the median AVPP of all school districts as the point of beginning. The schedule of dollar amounts shall range upward in equal $1,000 intervals from the point of beginning to and including an amount that is equal to the amount of the AVPP of the school district with the highest AVPP of all school districts and shall range downward in equal $1,000 intervals from the point of beginning to and including an amount that is equal to the amount of the AVPP of the school district with the lowest AVPP of all school districts;

(D) determine a state aid percentage factor for each school district by assigning a state aid computation percentage to the amount of the median AVPP shown on the schedule, decreasing the state aid computation percentage assigned to the amount of the median AVPP by one percentage point for each $1,000 interval above the amount of the median AVPP, and increasing the state aid computation percentage assigned to the amount of the median AVPP by one percentage point for each $1,000 interval below the amount of t