Substitute House Bill No. 6702
          Substitute House Bill No. 6702

              SPECIAL ACT NO. 97-21


AN   ACT  CONCERNING  THE  STATE  BUDGET  FOR  THE
BIENNIUM  ENDING  JUNE  30,   1999,   AND   MAKING
APPROPRIATIONS THEREFOR.


    Be  it  enacted  by  the  Senate  and House of
Representatives in General Assembly convened:
    Section    1.    The    following   sums   are
appropriated for the annual  period  as  indicated
and for the purposes described.

GENERAL FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE
MANAGEMENT
Personal Services            22,751,272
Other Expenses                9,946,414
Equipment                     1,882,246
Chamber Printers                160,000
Interim Committee
 Staffing                       485,000
Interim Salary/Caucus
 Offices                        425,000
Industrial Renewal
 Plan                           180,000
Institute for
 Municipal Studies              125,000
Redistricting                    25,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Council of State
 Governments                     85,400
National Conference
 of State Legislatures          100,056
National Conference
 of Commissioners on
 Uniform State Laws              18,050
Caucus of the New
 England State
 Legislatures                     4,000
National Conference
 of Insurance
 Legislators                      2,500
Yankee Trader
 Institute                       14,750

AGENCY TOTAL                 36,204,688

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC
ACCOUNTS
Personal Services             6,418,224
Other Expenses                  486,961
Equipment                        91,459

AGENCY TOTAL                  6,996,644

COMMISSION ON THE
STATUS OF WOMEN
Personal Services               301,700
Other Expenses                   93,000
Equipment                         5,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    399,700

COMMISSION ON
CHILDREN
Personal Services               262,248
Other Expenses                   50,125
Equipment                         7,500

AGENCY TOTAL                    319,873

COMMISSION ON LATINO
AND PUERTO RICAN
AFFAIRS
Personal Services               145,910
Other Expenses                   46,000
Equipment                         5,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    196,910

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
AFFAIRS COMMISSION
Personal Services               137,322
Other Expenses                   16,500
Equipment                        40,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    193,822

TOTAL                        44,311,637
LEGISLATIVE

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
Personal Services             1,807,792
Other Expenses                  230,571
Equipment                         1,500
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
New England
 Governors' Conference          110,000
National Governor's
 Association                     89,292

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,239,155

SECRETARY OF THE
STATE
Personal Services             1,992,958
Other Expenses                1,159,696

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,152,654

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE
Personal Services               208,726
Other Expenses                   24,408
Equipment                         3,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    236,134

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT
COMMISSION
Personal Services               553,028
Other Expenses                   59,961

AGENCY TOTAL                    612,989

ETHICS COMMISSION
Personal Services               539,695
Other Expenses                   84,412

AGENCY TOTAL                    624,107

FREEDOM OF
INFORMATION
COMMISSION
Personal Services               785,656
Other Expenses                  101,009

AGENCY TOTAL                    886,665

JUDICIAL SELECTION
COMMISSION
Personal Services                51,826
Other Expenses                   20,120

AGENCY TOTAL                     71,946

STATE PROPERTIES
REVIEW BOARD
Personal Services               250,101
Other Expenses                  134,796

AGENCY TOTAL                    384,897

STATE TREASURER
Personal Services             2,659,569
Other Expenses                  578,842
Equipment                         1,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,239,411

STATE COMPTROLLER
Personal Services            12,861,019
Other Expenses                2,271,492
Equipment                         5,000
Wellness Program                 47,500
State Employees
 Retirement Data Base           617,500
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Governmental
 Accounting
 Standards Board                 19,570

AGENCY TOTAL                 15,822,081

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
SERVICES
Personal Services            40,822,548
Other Expenses                9,631,290
Equipment                         1,100
Collection and
 Litigation
 Contingency Fund               187,500

AGENCY TOTAL                 50,642,438

DIVISION OF SPECIAL
REVENUE
Personal Services             7,912,534
Other Expenses                2,306,962
Equipment                         2,600

AGENCY TOTAL                 10,222,096

STATE INSURANCE
PURCHASING BOARD
Personal Services                96,081
Other Expenses                7,140,173
Equipment                         1,500
Surety Bonds for
 State Officials and
 Employees                      147,220

AGENCY TOTAL                  7,384,974

GAMING POLICY BOARD

Other Expenses                    4,000

OFFICE OF POLICY AND
MANAGEMENT
Personal Services            12,132,737
Other Expenses                2,326,291
Equipment                        15,000
Automated Budget
 System and Data Base
 Link                           513,478
Leadership,
 Education, Athletics
 in Partnership (LEAP)        1,000,000
Children and Youth
 Program Development            750,000
Cash Management
 Improvement Act                    100
Justice Assistance
 Grants                       3,575,054
Neighborhood Youth
 Centers                      1,774,080
Private Providers             9,000,000
Contingency Reserve
 Account                        579,562
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Regional Planning
 Agencies                       600,000
Tax Relief for
 Elderly Renters              9,500,000
Drug Enforcement
 Program                        976,749
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursement
 Property Tax -
 Disability Exemption           409,600
Distressed
 Municipalities               3,200,000
Property Tax Relief
 Elderly Circuit
 Breaker                     25,250,000
Property Tax Relief
 Elderly Freeze
 Program                      7,200,000
Property Tax Relief
 for Veterans                 9,100,000
Drug Enforcement
 Program                     14,328,337
P.I.L.O.T. - New
 Manufacturing
 Machinery and
 Equipment                   69,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                171,230,988

DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS
Personal Services            20,899,783
Other Expenses                5,677,477
Equipment                         2,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 26,579,260

DEPARTMENT OF
ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES
Personal Services            17,141,345
Other Expenses                3,095,455
Equipment                        10,000
Loss Control Risk
 Management                     705,000
Employees' Review
 Board                           14,000
Refunds of
 Collections                     45,000
W. C. Administrator           5,219,328
Automated Personnel
 System                       1,803,103
New Collections
 Projects                       200,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 28,233,231

DEPARTMENT OF
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
Personal Services             1,913,492
Other Expenses                  625,678

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,539,170

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS
Personal Services             5,170,192
Other Expenses               16,110,613
Equipment                        10,000
Thames River Campus
 Management                   1,556,000
Fairfield Hills
 Campus Management            1,500,000
Norwich Hospital
 Campus Management              500,000
Minor Capital
 Improvements                 2,000,000
Rents and Moving              6,000,000
Capitol Day Care
 Center                         109,250
Facilities Design
 Expenses                     1,940,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 34,896,055

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Personal Services            18,686,747
Other Expenses                  986,031
Equipment                         5,000
Sheff vs. O'Neill               100,000
Police Wiretap Case           1,100,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 20,877,778

OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS
COMMISSIONER
Personal Services               178,853
Other Expenses                   32,903
Equipment                         5,000
Adjudicated Claims               95,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    311,756

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
Personal Services            26,520,217
Other Expenses                2,537,261
Forensic Sex Evidence
 Exams                          160,000
Witness Protection               30,000
Training and
 Education                       46,800
Expert Witnesses                175,600

AGENCY TOTAL                 29,469,878

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
COMMISSION
Other Expenses                    1,195

TOTAL                       409,662,858
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
SAFETY
Personal Services            35,376,453
Other Expenses                9,121,492
Equipment                        20,000
Stress Reduction                 53,354
Trooper Training
 Class                        2,251,860
Fleet Purchase                2,023,695
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                         855,223
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Civil Air Patrol                 38,692

AGENCY TOTAL                 49,740,769

POLICE OFFICER
STANDARDS AND
TRAINING COUNCIL
Personal Services             1,378,592
Other Expenses                  809,156
Equipment                        10,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Alzheimer's
 Association                     50,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,247,748

BOARD OF FIREARMS
PERMIT EXAMINERS
Personal Services                74,519
Other Expenses                   19,007

AGENCY TOTAL                     93,526

MILITARY DEPARTMENT
Personal Services             2,387,237
Other Expenses                2,139,570
Equipment                        30,000
Firing Squads                   195,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,751,807

COMMISSION ON FIRE
PREVENTION AND
CONTROL
Personal Services             1,044,051
Other Expenses                  475,611
Equipment                        20,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Payments to Volunteer
 Fire Companies                 220,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  1,759,662

DEPARTMENT OF
CONSUMER PROTECTION
Personal Services             8,496,160
Other Expenses                1,061,578

AGENCY TOTAL                  9,557,738

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Personal Services             7,529,417
Other Expenses                  984,880
Equipment                        50,000
Vocational and
 Manpower Training            1,925,300
Displaced Homemakers            419,365
Regional Workforce
 Development Boards             450,000
Community Employment
 Incentive Program            3,665,978
Summer Youth
 Employment                     800,314
One-Stop Employment
 Services                    22,500,000
Non-Traditional
 Occupational Training          325,000
Machine Tool Job
 Training                       125,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 38,775,254

COMMISSION ON HUMAN
RIGHTS AND
OPPORTUNITIES
Personal Services             4,507,158
Other Expenses                  646,747
Martin Luther King,
 Jr. Commission                   5,230

AGENCY TOTAL                  5,159,135

OFFICE OF PROTECTION
AND ADVOCACY FOR
PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES
Personal Services             1,817,912
Other Expenses                  428,573
Equipment                         3,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,249,485

OFFICE OF THE CHILD
ADVOCATE
Personal Services               151,406
Other Expenses                   15,600

AGENCY TOTAL                    167,006

TOTAL                       114,502,130
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
Personal Services             2,822,250
Other Expenses                  572,524
CT Seafood Advisory
 Council                         50,000
Food Council                     50,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
WIC Program for Fresh
 Produce for Seniors             36,114
Collection of
 Agricultural
 Statistics                       1,200
Tuberculosis and
 Brucellosis
 Indemnity                        1,000
Exhibits and
 Demonstrations                     600
Connecticut Grown
 Product Promotion               15,000
WIC Coupon Program
 for Fresh Produce               88,886

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,637,574

DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
Personal Services            25,976,796
Other Expenses                2,802,314
Equipment                         2,500
Title V Permitting
 State Facilities                50,000
Mosquito Control                300,000
Laboratory Fees                 280,076
Dam Maintenance                 106,882
Emergency Spill
 Response                     6,101,764
Long Island Sound
 Research Fund                    1,000
Greenways                       100,000
Emergency Response
 Commission                     107,002
Beardsley Park and
 Zoo                            450,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Soil Conservation
 Districts                        1,000
Agreement
 USGS-Geological
 Investigation                   47,000
Agreement USGS -
 Hydrological Study             119,800
New England
 Interstate Water
 Pollution Commission             8,400
Northeast Interstate
 Forest Fire Compact              2,000
Connecticut River
 Valley Flood Control
 Commission                      39,400
Thames River Valley
 Flood Control
 Commission                      50,200
Environmental Review
 Teams                            1,000
Agreement USGS Water
 Quality Stream
 Monitoring                     166,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 36,713,134

COUNCIL ON
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Personal Services                96,776
Other Expenses                    6,470

AGENCY TOTAL                    103,246

CONNECTICUT
HISTORICAL COMMISSION
Personal Services               774,044
Other Expenses                   86,165
Equipment                         2,000
Freedom Trail                    40,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    902,209

DEPARTMENT OF
ECONOMIC AND
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Personal Services             4,830,413
Other Expenses                3,177,532
Freedom Trail                   100,000
Economic Information
 Systems                         80,000
CT Science Park                  70,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Entrepreneurial
 Centers                        215,000
Institute for
 Community and
 Regional Development            60,000
Independent Living
 Handicapped Persons             56,250
Congregate Facilities
 Operation Costs              3,819,153
Housing Assistance
 and Counseling
 Program                         75,000
Elderly Congregate
 Rent Subsidy                   942,549
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Tax Abatement                 2,243,276
Payment in Lieu of
 Taxes                        2,900,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 18,569,173

AGRICULTURAL
EXPERIMENT STATION
Personal Services             4,103,023
Other Expenses                  390,300
Equipment                         2,000
Mosquito Control                144,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,639,323

TOTAL                        64,564,659
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
HEALTH
Personal Services            26,407,548
Other Expenses                5,596,345
Equipment                        16,000
Young Parents Program           201,250
Pregnancy Healthline            112,100
Needle and Syringe
 Exchange Program               404,700
Community Services
 Support for Persons
 with AIDS                      207,223
Teen Pregnancy
 Prevention Campaign             50,000
Children's Health
 Initiatives                  1,187,091
Childhood Lead
 Poisoning                      255,450
AIDS Services                 3,404,715
Liability Coverage
 for Volunteer Retired
 Physicians                       4,500
Breast and Cervical
 Cancer Detection and
 Treatment                    1,830,923
Services for Children
 Affected by AIDS               275,000
Children with Special
 Health Care Needs              450,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Community Health
 Services                     6,055,433
Emergency Medical
 Services Training               35,000
Emergency Medical
 Services Regional
 Offices                        378,110
Rape Crisis                     444,120
X-Ray Screening and
 Tuberculosis Care              597,392
Genetic Diseases
 Programs                       677,357
Loan Repayment
 Program                        194,500
Immunization Services         4,330,520
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Local and District
 Departments of Health        2,823,774
Venereal Disease
 Control                        222,275
School Based Health
 Clinics                      3,837,129

AGENCY TOTAL                 59,998,455

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE
ACCESS
Personal Services             1,813,914
Other Expenses                  162,631
Equipment                           500
Administration-
 Uncompensated Care             200,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,177,045

OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL
EXAMINER
Personal Services             2,728,800
Other Expenses                1,540,405
Equipment                        10,500

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,279,705

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL
RETARDATION
Personal Services           229,155,107
Other Expenses               15,777,536
Equipment                         2,000
Human Resource
 Development                    385,600
Family Support Grants           969,000
Pilot Programs for
 Client Services              1,929,826
Clinical Services             4,750,800
Early Intervention           11,489,562
Temporary Support
 Services                       200,000
Community Temporary
 Support Services               100,000
Community Respite
 Care Programs                  400,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       9,719,258
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Rent Subsidy Program          2,111,183
Respite Care                  1,473,384
Family Reunion
 Program                        140,000
Employment
 Opportunities and Day
 Services                    79,489,835
Family Placements             1,619,797
Emergency Placements          3,175,349
Community Residential
 Services                   169,894,521

AGENCY TOTAL                532,782,758

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL
HEALTH AND ADDICTION
SERVICES
Personal Services            57,842,843
Other Expenses                8,499,783
Equipment                        10,000
Corporation for
 Supportive Housing           1,000,000
Pre-Trial Drug
 Education System             1,288,000
Pre-Trial Alcohol
 Education System             1,240,738
Managed Service
 System                       6,533,280
Drug Treatment for
 Schizophrenia                1,743,195
Legal Services                  397,200
Connecticut Mental
 Health Center                7,172,564
Capitol Region Mental
 Health Center                  363,781
Professional Services         5,390,371
Regional Action
 Councils                       725,000
General Assistance
 Managed Care                35,656,694
Substance Abuse
 Treatment Programs              20,000
Chronic Gamblers
 Treatment and
 Rehabilitation                 100,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       5,362,523
Eastern Region                2,000,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants for Substance
 Abuse Services              21,025,835
Grants for Vocational
 Services                       387,511
Governor's
 Partnership to
 Protect Connecticut's
 Workforce                      450,000
Grants for Mental
 Health Services             63,059,862
Employment
 Opportunities                8,539,613

AGENCY TOTAL                228,808,793

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY
REVIEW BOARD
Personal Services               191,219
Other Expenses                   49,660

AGENCY TOTAL                    240,879

TOTAL                       828,287,635
HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

HUMAN SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES
Personal Services            93,819,620
Other Expenses               38,902,793
Equipment                           500
Nursing Home Reform
 Act                          1,318,437
Financial Management
  Reporting                     625,000
Children's Health
 Initiative                   2,440,359
Independent Living
 Center-
 Administration                  23,441
Anti-Hunger Programs             18,201
Day Care Projects               496,300
Commission on Aging             200,000
Privatize Data
 Processing Services         28,747,369
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Vocational
 Rehabilitation               6,794,000
Medicaid                  1,931,360,300
Old Age Assistance           32,892,524
Aid to the Blind                599,762
Aid to the Disabled          69,400,908
Temporary Assistance
 to Families                 28,655,752
Temporary Assistance
 to Families-TANF           250,000,000
Adjustment of
 Recoveries                     150,000
Emergency Assistance                500
Food Stamp Training
 Expenses                       130,800
Connecticut
 Pharmaceutical
 Assistance Contract
 to the Elderly              22,523,102
Maternal and Child
 Health Services              2,865,300
DMHAS-Disproportionate
 Share                      191,000,000
Connecticut Home Care
 Program                     14,601,835
Human Resource
 Development-Hispanic
 Programs                       106,746
Services to the
 Elderly                      3,758,674
Safety Net Services           2,500,000
Transportation for
 Employment
 Independence Program         2,200,000
Opportunity
 Industrial Centers             314,116
Transitionary Rental
 Assistance                   5,000,000
Refunds of
 Collections                  1,000,000
Energy Assistance             6,800,100
Services for Persons
 with Disabilities            7,586,366
Child Care Services          55,949,482
Child Care Services
 -TANF/CCDBG                 51,592,848
Residences for
 Persons with AIDS              445,900
Supplemental
 Nutrition Assistance            91,904
Housing/Homeless
 Services                     7,131,793
Employment
 Opportunities                  881,376
Human Resource
 Development                  3,897,963
Child Day Care                8,761,207
Independent Living
 Centers                        593,845
AIDS Drug Assistance            592,000
Shelter Services for
 Victims of Household
 Abuse                           27,000
Disproportionate
 Share-Medical
 Emergency Assistance       254,000,000
State Administered
 General Assistance          58,682,500
School Readiness              6,063,879
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
General Assistance           10,140,000
Child Day Care                5,710,200
Human Resource
 Development                    239,385
Human Resource
 Development-Hispanic
 Programs                        11,678
Teenage Pregnancy
 Prevention Block
 Grant                          620,000
Vocational
 Rehabilitation
 Transition Plan                 39,000
Traumatic Brain
 Injury                         109,000

AGENCY TOTAL              3,212,413,765

TOTAL                     3,212,413,765
HUMAN SERVICES

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
Personal Services            83,665,480
Other Expenses               10,769,699
Training
 Paraprofessionals for
 Teaching                       372,000
Literacy Volunteers              20,860
Institutes for
 Educators                      328,000
Basic Skills Exam
 Teachers in Training         1,190,000
Teachers' Standards
 Implementation
 Program                      3,415,523
Early Childhood
 Program                     10,000,000
Development of
 Mastery Exams Grades
 4, 6, and 8                  4,630,920
Primary Mental Health           294,000
Adult Education
 Action                         300,000
Vocational Technical
 School Textbooks               500,000
Repair of
 Instructional
 Equipment                      237,500
Minor Repairs to
 Plant                          332,500
Connecticut
 Pre-Engineering
 Program                        100,000
Contracting
 Instructional TV
 Services                       209,000
Connecticut Writing
 Project                         75,000
Jobs for Connecticut
 Graduates                      240,000
Hartford Public
 School Monitors                200,000
Resource Equity
 Assessments                    150,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
American School for
 the Deaf                     6,351,558
RESC Leases                     650,000
Regional Education
 Services                     2,572,384
Omnibus Education
 Grants State
 Supported Schools            2,854,000
Head Start Services           3,100,000
Head Start
 Enhancement                  2,000,000
Family Resource
 Centers                      4,032,500
Nutmeg Games                     50,000
Charter Schools               6,000,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
School Building
 Grants and Interest
 Subsidy                         42,500
Vocational
 Agriculture                  2,567,800
Transportation of
 School Children             39,500,000
Adult Education              13,821,660
Health and Welfare
 Services Pupils
 Private Schools              3,200,000
Education
 Equalization Grants      1,263,040,000
Bilingual Education           2,226,000
Priority School
 Districts                   18,500,000
Young Parents Program           238,592
Interdistrict
 Cooperation                 21,069,600
School Breakfast
 Program                      1,524,736
Excess Cost - Student
 Based                       25,000,000
Excess Cost - Equity         11,500,000
Medicaid Coordination         6,000,000
Student Achievement
 Grant                          500,000
Non-Public School
 Transportation               4,235,000
Celebration of
 Excellence                      25,000
School to Work
 Opportunities                  250,000
Extended School Hours
 and Support Programs         1,310,720
Youth Service Bureaus         2,748,398
Project Concern -
 Receiving District             271,524
Lighthouse Schools              100,000
Special Education
 Overburden                     225,000

AGENCY TOTAL              1,562,537,454

BOARD OF EDUCATION
AND SERVICES FOR THE
BLIND
Personal Services             3,445,253
Other Expenses                  943,977
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Supplementary Relief
 and Services                   118,560
Education of
 Handicapped Blind
 Children                     7,023,100
Vocational
 Rehabilitation                 965,515
Education of
 Pre-School Blind
 Children                        24,486
Special Training for
 the Deaf Blind                 335,280
Connecticut Radio
 Information Service             42,750
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Services for Persons
 with Impaired
 Vision                         238,760
Tuition and
 Services-Public
 School Children                660,400

AGENCY TOTAL                 13,798,081

COMMISSION ON THE
DEAF AND HEARING
IMPAIRED
Personal Services               670,328
Other Expenses                  157,799
Part-Time
 Interpreters                   263,247

AGENCY TOTAL                  1,091,374

STATE LIBRARY
Personal Services             4,823,974
Other Expenses                  851,361
Equipment                        25,000
Equipment-Law
 Department                     371,695
Library & Educational
 Materials                      427,720
Statewide Data Base
 Program                        542,327
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Basic Cultural
 Resources Grant              2,160,695
Support Cooperating
 Library Service Units          807,829
Grants-Local
 Institutions in
 Humanities                      40,000
Connecticut
 Educational
 Telecommunications
 Corporation                    850,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants to Public
 Libraries                      453,776
Connecticard Payments           697,835

AGENCY TOTAL                 12,052,212

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER
EDUCATION
Personal Services             1,704,396
Other Expenses                  157,559
Equipment                         1,000
Minority Advancement
 Program                      1,704,818
Alternate Route to
 Certification                   10,240
Student Community
 Services                        15,360
National Service Act            511,340
International
 Initiatives                    150,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Scholastic
 Achievement Grant            3,150,400
Awards to Children of
 Deceased/Disabled
 Veterans                         6,000
Connecticut
 Independent College
 Student Grant               14,344,863
Connecticut Aid for
 Public College
 Students                     8,696,397
New England Board of
 Higher Education               347,353

AGENCY TOTAL                 30,799,726

UNIVERSITY OF
CONNECTICUT

Operating Expenses          147,137,354

UNIVERSITY OF
CONNECTICUT HEALTH
CENTER
Operating Expenses           62,295,188
AHEC for Bridgeport             150,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 62,445,188

CHARTER OAK COLLEGE
Operating Expenses              888,227

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT
BOARD
Personal Services             1,292,000
Other Expenses                  439,551
Equipment                         6,900
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Retirement
 Contributions              179,365,000
Retirees Health
 Service Cost                 3,500,000

AGENCY TOTAL                184,603,451

REGIONAL COMMUNITY -
TECHNICAL COLLEGES
Operating Expenses           92,984,494

CONNECTICUT STATE
UNIVERSITY
Operating Expenses          106,127,662
Long Island Sound
 Council                         75,000

AGENCY TOTAL                106,202,662

TOTAL                     2,214,540,223
EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

CORRECTIONS

DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTION
Personal Services           276,058,285
Other Expenses               84,034,001
Equipment                     2,698,773
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                      10,610,180
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Aid to Paroled and
 Discharged Inmates             151,664
Legal Services to
 Prisoners                      750,000
Volunteer Services              189,885
Community Residential
 Services                    11,723,986
Community
 Nonresidential
 Services                     1,005,648

AGENCY TOTAL                387,222,422

BOARD OF PARDONS
Other Expenses                   34,141

BOARD OF PAROLE
Personal Services             2,918,523
Other Expenses                  742,363
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Community Residential
 Services                     1,020,000
Community Non-
 residential Services         1,571,064

AGENCY TOTAL                  6,251,950

DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Personal Services           137,359,673
Other Expenses               21,201,121
Short Term
 Residential Treatment          360,000
Wilderness School
 Program                         96,250
Children's Trust Fund         1,710,000
Substance Abuse
 Screening                    1,600,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       1,588,611
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants for
 Psychiatric Clinics
 for Children                10,206,671
Day Treatment Centers
 for Children                 4,726,138
Treatment and
 Prevention of Child
 Abuse                        4,506,230
Community Emergency
 Services                       776,597
Community Preventive
 Services                     2,545,814
Aftercare for
 Children                        87,862
Family Violence
 Services                       352,367
Health and Community
 Services                     1,154,136
No Nexus Special
 Education                    3,275,871
Family Preservation
 Services                     5,375,515
Substance Abuse
 Treatment                    1,636,053
Child Welfare Support
 Services                     1,873,811
Juvenile Case
 Management
 Collaborative                  547,600
Board and Care for
 Children-Adoption           20,122,495
Board and Care for
 Children-Foster             59,905,233
Board and Care for
 Children-Residential        66,319,421

AGENCY TOTAL                347,327,469

COUNTY SHERIFFS

Personal Services             1,206,418
Other Expenses                  998,353
Sheriffs Training                63,405
Special Deputy
 Sheriffs                    18,989,880
Vaccination and
 Testing                         79,430

AGENCY TOTAL                 21,337,486

TOTAL                       762,173,468
CORRECTIONS

JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT
Personal Services           141,960,477
Other Expenses               41,581,634
Equipment                        15,000
Alternative
 Incarceration Program       19,812,484
Justice Education
 Center, Inc.                   225,000
Children Impacted by
 Domestic Violence              193,577
Juvenile Alternative
 Incarceration               10,384,981
Post-Release
 Non-Residential
 Services                     1,300,000
Juvenile Justice
 Centers                      1,363,000

AGENCY TOTAL                216,836,153

PUBLIC DEFENDER
SERVICES COMMISSION
Personal Services            18,305,944
Other Expenses                  824,736
Special Public
 Defenders-Contractual        1,239,000
Special Public
 Defenders-Non-
 Contractual                    910,000
Expert Witnesses                670,000
Training and
 Education                       27,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 21,976,680

TOTAL                       238,812,833
JUDICIAL

NON-FUNCTIONAL

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS TO THE
GOVERNOR

Governor's
 Contingency Account             18,000

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                756,839,140
UConn 2000 - Debt
 Service                     20,666,635

AGENCY TOTAL                777,505,775

RESERVE FOR SALARY
ADJUSTMENTS
Reserve for Salary
 Adjustments                 62,622,200

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CLAIMS - DEPARTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                      11,862,111

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

JUDICIAL REVIEW
COUNCIL
Personal Services               106,843
Other Expenses                   92,200

AGENCY TOTAL                    199,043

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS
Other Expenses                  450,000

FIRE TRAINING SCHOOLS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Willimantic                      65,400
Torrington                       48,100
New Haven                        32,200
Derby                            32,200
Wolcott                          42,200
Fairfield                        32,200
Hartford                         57,000
Middletown                       25,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    334,300

MAINTENANCE OF COUNTY
BASE FIRE RADIO
NETWORK
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Maintenance of County
 Base Fire Radio
 Network                         21,000

MAINTENANCE OF
STATEWIDE FIRE RADIO
NETWORK
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Maintenance of
 Statewide Fire
 Radio Network                   14,000

EQUAL GRANTS TO
THIRTY-FOUR NON-
PROFIT GENERAL
HOSPITALS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Equal Grants to
 Thirty-Four Non-
 Profit General
 Hospitals                           34

CONNECTICUT STATE
POLICE ASSOCIATION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Connecticut State
 Police Association              63,000

CONNECTICUT STATE
FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Connecticut State
 Firemen's
 Association                    100,000

INTERSTATE SANITATION
COMMISSION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Interstate Sanitation
 Commission                       3,333

REIMBURSEMENTS TO
TOWNS FOR LOSS OF
TAXES ON STATE
PROPERTY
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursements to
 Towns for Loss of
 Taxes on State
 Property                    33,341,007

REIMBURSEMENTS TO
TOWNS FOR LOSS OF
TAXES ON PRIVATE
TAX-EXEMPT PROPERTY
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursements to
 Towns for Loss of
 Taxes on Private
 Tax-Exempt Property         82,320,537

UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION
Other Expenses                8,409,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
Other Expenses              236,609,630

HIGHER EDUCATION
ALTERNATIVE
RETIREMENT SYSTEM
Other Expenses               11,100,000

PENSIONS AND
RETIREMENTS-OTHER
STATUTORY
Other Expenses                1,450,000

JUDGES AND
COMPENSATION
COMMISSIONERS
RETIREMENT
Other Expenses                9,308,947

INSURANCE - GROUP
LIFE
Other Expenses                2,500,000

TUITION REIMBURSEMENT
- TRAINING AND TRAVEL
Other Current Expenses          925,625

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL
SECURITY TAX
Other Expenses              126,677,729

STATE EMPLOYEES
HEALTH SERVICE COST
Other Expenses              180,507,300

RETIRED STATE
EMPLOYEES HEALTH
SERVICE COST
Other Expenses               93,550,000

TOTAL                       787,884,485
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                     1,639,892,571
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                     9,529,161,779
GENERAL FUND

LESS:

Legislative
 Unallocated Lapses            -725,000
Estimated Unallocated
 Lapses                     -63,525,000
General Personal
 Services Reduction         -11,000,000
General Other
 Expenses Reductions        -12,000,000
Early Retirement
 Incentive Program         -104,662,000

NET -
GENERAL FUND              9,337,249,779

    Sec.  2.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.

SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

STATE INSURANCE
PURCHASING BOARD
Other Expenses                2,177,500

TOTAL                         2,177,500
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
SAFETY
Personal Services            37,034,452
Other Expenses                3,062,597
Equipment                       281,083
Fleet Purchase                3,000,442
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       1,664,274

AGENCY TOTAL                 45,042,848

MOTOR VEHICLE
DEPARTMENT
Personal Services            31,226,777
Other Expenses               12,553,407
Equipment                       700,000
Graduated Licenses              200,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 44,680,184

TOTAL                        89,723,032
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TRANSPORTATION

DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION
Personal Services           100,255,174
Other Expenses               33,865,470
Equipment                     1,500,000
Highway and Planning
 Research                     2,274,356
Minor Capital
 Projects                       350,000
Highway & Bridge
 Renewal-Equipment            4,000,000
Handicapped Access
 Program                      6,746,063
Hospital Transit for
 Dialysis                       113,000
Rail Operations              56,190,642
Bus Operations               60,077,103
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       1,464,260
Highway and Bridge
 Renewal                      9,700,000
Eastern Connecticut
 Rail Service
 Study                           75,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Aircraft Registration         1,454,000
Town Aid Road Grants         20,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                298,065,068

TOTAL                       298,065,068
TRANSPORTATION

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                388,899,269

RESERVE FOR SALARY
ADJUSTMENTS
Reserve for Salary
  Adjustments                10,442,000

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS
Other Expenses                1,810,000

UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION
Other Expenses                  460,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
Other Expenses               25,740,000

INSURANCE - GROUP
LIFE
Other Expenses                  131,000

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL
SECURITY TAX
Other Expenses               13,100,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
HEALTH SERVICE COST
Other Expenses               19,623,000

TOTAL                        60,864,000
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                       460,205,269
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                       850,170,869
SPECIAL
TRANSPORTATION FUND

LESS:

Estimated Unallocated
 Lapses                     -10,000,000
Early Retirement
 Incentive Program          -10,417,500

NET - SPECIAL               829,753,369
TRANSPORTATION FUND

    Sec.  3.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.

MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND
MOHEGAN FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

NON-FUNCTIONAL

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

GRANTS TO TOWNS
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants to Towns             135,000,000

TOTAL                       135,000,000
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                       135,000,000
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                       135,000,000
MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND
MOHEGAN FUND


    Sec.  4.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND
MARINES' FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Burial Expenses                  15,000
Headstones                      255,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    270,000

TOTAL                           270,000
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

HUMAN SERVICES

SOLDIERS, SAILORS,
AND MARINES' FUND
Personal Services               731,342
Other Expenses                  383,211
Equipment                        30,000
Award Payments to
 Veterans                     2,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,144,553

TOTAL                         3,144,553
HUMAN SERVICES

TOTAL                         3,414,553
SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND
MARINES' FUND


    Sec.  5.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


REGIONAL MARKET
OPERATION FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
Personal Services               368,480
Other Expenses                  255,850
Equipment                         2,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    626,330

TOTAL                           626,330
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                    203,000

TOTAL                           203,000
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                           829,330
REGIONAL MARKET
OPERATION FUND


    Sec.  6.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.

BANKING FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING
Personal Services             8,300,944
Other Expenses                3,355,485
Equipment                       343,170
Fringe Benefits               3,154,198
Indirect Overhead               440,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 15,593,797

TOTAL                        15,593,797
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        15,593,797
BANKING FUND


    Sec.  7.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


INSURANCE FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

DEPARTMENT OF
INSURANCE
Personal Services             8,229,744
Other Expenses                1,312,880
Equipment                       192,000
Fringe Benefits               3,127,303
Indirect Overhead               327,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 13,188,927

TOTAL                        13,188,927
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        13,188,927
INSURANCE FUND


    Sec.  8.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.

CONSUMER COUNSEL AND
PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL
FUND

                              1997-98

                        $
OFFICE OF CONSUMER
COUNSEL
Personal Services               849,177
Other Expenses                  383,224
Equipment                        14,953
Fringe Benefits                 322,687
Indirect Overhead                73,111

AGENCY TOTAL                  1,643,152

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
UTILITY CONTROL
Personal Services             7,295,643
Other Expenses                1,867,331
Equipment                       205,000
Fringe Benefits               2,772,384
Indirect Overhead               442,544
Nuclear Energy
 Advisory Council                15,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 12,597,902

TOTAL                        14,241,054
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        14,241,054
CONSUMER COUNSEL AND
PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL
FUND


    Sec.  9.  The  following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


WORKERS' COMPENSATION
FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Occupational Health
 Clinics                        623,510

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
COMMISSION
Personal Services             7,539,453
Other Expenses                3,833,570
Equipment                       490,124
Criminal Justice
 Fraud Unit                     414,720
Rehabilitative
 Services                     4,909,075
Fringe Benefits               2,539,533
Indirect Overhead             1,209,344

AGENCY TOTAL                 20,935,819

TOTAL                        21,559,329
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        21,559,329
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
FUND


    Sec.  10.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


CRIMINAL INJURIES
COMPENSATION FUND

                              1997-98

                        $

JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Criminal Injuries
 Compensation                 1,900,000

TOTAL                         1,900,000
JUDICIAL

TOTAL                         1,900,000
CRIMINAL INJURIES
COMPENSATION FUND


    Sec.  11.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


GENERAL FUND

                              1998-99

                        $
LEGISLATIVE

LEGISLATIVE
MANAGEMENT
Personal Services            24,798,459
Other Expenses               10,793,093
Equipment                     1,985,480
Interim Committee
 Staffing                       410,000
Interim Salary/Caucus
 Offices                        350,000
Industrial Renewal
 Plan                           180,000
Institute for
 Municipal Studies              125,000
Redistricting                    75,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Council of State
 Governments                     90,000
National Conference
 of State Legislatures          105,100
National Conference
 of Commissioners on
 Uniform State Laws              19,000
Caucus of the New
 England State
 Legislatures                     5,000
National Conference
 of Insurance
 Legislators                      3,000
Yankee Trader
 Institute                       14,750

AGENCY TOTAL                 38,953,882

AUDITORS OF PUBLIC
ACCOUNTS
Personal Services             6,754,876
Other Expenses                  426,550
Equipment                        92,800

AGENCY TOTAL                  7,274,226

COMMISSION ON THE
STATUS OF WOMEN
Personal Services               348,660
Other Expenses                   92,300
Equipment                         1,750

AGENCY TOTAL                    442,710

COMMISSION ON
CHILDREN
Personal Services               294,065
Other Expenses                   52,300
Equipment                         7,750

AGENCY TOTAL                    354,115

COMMISSION ON LATINO
AND PUERTO RICAN
AFFAIRS
Personal Services               162,055
Other Expenses                   48,300
Equipment                         5,250

AGENCY TOTAL                    215,605

AFRICAN-AMERICAN
AFFAIRS COMMISSION
Personal Services               146,676
Other Expenses                   42,325
Equipment                         7,500

AGENCY TOTAL                    196,501

TOTAL                        47,437,039
LEGISLATIVE

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
Personal Services             1,864,312
Other Expenses                  232,023
Equipment                         2,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
New England
 Governors' Conference          112,000
National Governor's
 Association                     89,292

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,299,627

SECRETARY OF THE
STATE
Personal Services             2,103,201
Other Expenses                1,159,696

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,262,897

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE
Personal Services               213,356
Other Expenses                   24,408
Equipment                             0

AGENCY TOTAL                    237,764

ELECTIONS ENFORCEMENT
COMMISSION
Personal Services               591,863
Other Expenses                   56,851

AGENCY TOTAL                    648,714

ETHICS COMMISSION
Personal Services               560,871
Other Expenses                   84,815

AGENCY TOTAL                    645,686

FREEDOM OF
INFORMATION
COMMISSION
Personal Services               821,872
Other Expenses                  101,009

AGENCY TOTAL                    922,881

JUDICIAL SELECTION
COMMISSION
Personal Services                55,073
Other Expenses                   20,120

AGENCY TOTAL                     75,193

STATE PROPERTIES
REVIEW BOARD
Personal Services               267,311
Other Expenses                  134,796
Equipment                         1,300

AGENCY TOTAL                    403,407

STATE TREASURER
Personal Services             2,796,488
Other Expenses                  428,842
Equipment                         4,700

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,230,030

STATE COMPTROLLER
Personal Services            13,483,494
Other Expenses                2,271,492
Equipment                         5,000
Wellness Program                 47,500
State Employees
 Retirement Data Base           617,500
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Governmental
 Accounting
 Standards Board                 19,570

AGENCY TOTAL                 16,444,556

DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
SERVICES
Personal Services            43,070,736
Other Expenses                9,581,290
Equipment                         1,100
Collection and
 Litigation
 Contingency Fund               187,500

AGENCY TOTAL                 52,840,626

DIVISION OF SPECIAL
REVENUE
Personal Services             8,335,752
Other Expenses                2,306,962
Equipment                         2,600

AGENCY TOTAL                 10,645,314

STATE INSURANCE
PURCHASING BOARD
Personal Services               101,189
Other Expenses                7,140,173
Equipment                         1,500
Surety Bonds for
State Officials and
 Employees                      152,800

AGENCY TOTAL                  7,395,662

GAMING POLICY BOARD
Other Expenses                    4,000

OFFICE OF POLICY AND
MANAGEMENT
Personal Services            12,803,067
Other Expenses                2,226,675
Equipment                         8,000
Automated Budget
 System and Data Base
 Link                           513,478
Leadership,
 Education, Athletics
 in Partnership (LEAP)        1,000,000
Children and Youth
 Program Development            750,000
Cash Management
 Improvement Act                    100
Justice Assistance
 Grants                       3,077,134
Neighborhood Youth
 Centers                      1,774,080
Private Providers             9,000,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Regional Planning
 Agencies                       600,000
Tax Relief for
 Elderly Renters              9,500,000
Drug Enforcement
 Program                        976,749
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursement
 Property Tax -
 Disability Exemption           419,021
Distressed
 Municipalities               3,850,000
Property Tax Relief
 Elderly Circuit
 Breaker                     27,500,000
Property Tax Relief
 Elderly Freeze
 Program                      6,000,000
Property Tax Relief
 for Veterans                10,100,000
Drug Enforcement
 Program                     13,548,337
P.I.L.O.T. - New
 Manufacturing
 Machinery and
 Equipment                   73,950,000

AGENCY TOTAL                177,596,641

DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS
Personal Services            21,402,995
Other Expenses                5,573,364
Equipment                         2,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 26,978,359

DEPARTMENT OF
ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES
Personal Services            18,059,946
Other Expenses                3,096,441
Equipment                        10,000
Loss Control Risk
 Management                     705,000
Employees' Review
 Board                           14,000
Refunds of
 Collections                     45,000
W. C. Administrator           5,419,328
Automated Personnel
 System                       1,803,103
New Collections
 Projects                       300,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 29,452,818

DEPARTMENT OF
INFORMATION
TECHNOLOGY
Personal Services             2,021,050
Other Expenses                  625,678
Small Agency IT
 Initiatives                  1,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,646,728

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
WORKS
Personal Services             5,370,267
Other Expenses               15,715,313
Thames River Campus
 Management                   1,556,000
Fairfield Hills
 Campus Management            1,500,000
Norwich Hospital
 Campus Management              500,000
Minor Capital
 Improvements                 2,000,000
Rents and Moving              6,000,000
Capitol Day Care
 Center                         109,250
Facilities Design
 Expenses                     1,940,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 34,690,830

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Personal Services            19,854,288
Other Expenses                  986,031
Equipment                         5,000
Sheff vs. O'Neill               100,000
Police Wiretap Case           1,100,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 22,045,319

OFFICE OF THE CLAIMS
COMMISSIONER
Personal Services               183,811
Other Expenses                   32,903
Adjudicated Claims               95,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    311,714

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL
JUSTICE
Personal Services            26,464,138
Other Expenses                2,537,261
Forensic Sex Evidence
 Exams                          160,000
Witness Protection               30,000
Training and
 Education                       46,800
Expert Witnesses                176,188

AGENCY TOTAL                 29,414,387

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
COMMISSION
Other Expenses                    1,195

TOTAL                       423,194,348
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
SAFETY
Personal Services            75,067,582
Other Expenses               11,977,907
Equipment                        50,000
Stress Reduction                 53,354
Trooper Training
 Class                        1,876,550
Fleet Purchase                6,383,326
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       2,519,497
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Civil Air Patrol                 38,692

AGENCY TOTAL                 97,966,908

POLICE OFFICER
STANDARDS AND
TRAINING COUNCIL
Personal Services             1,461,954
Other Expenses                  809,156
Equipment                        10,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Alzheimer's
 Association                    40,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,321,110

BOARD OF FIREARMS
PERMIT EXAMINERS
Personal Services                79,545
Other Expenses                   19,007

AGENCY TOTAL                     98,552

MILITARY DEPARTMENT
Personal Services             2,431,932
Other Expenses                2,113,054
Equipment                        30,000
Firing Squads                   195,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,769,986

COMMISSION ON FIRE
PREVENTION AND
CONTROL
Personal Services             1,064,033
Other Expenses                  468,334
Equipment                        20,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Payments to Volunteer
 Fire Companies                 220,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  1,772,367

DEPARTMENT OF
CONSUMER PROTECTION
Personal Services             8,961,668
Other Expenses                1,062,078

AGENCY TOTAL                 10,023,746

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Personal Services             8,015,765
Other Expenses                  984,976
Equipment                        50,000
Vocational and
 Manpower Training            1,925,300
Displaced Homemakers            419,365
Regional Workforce
 Development Boards             450,000
Community Employment
 Incentive Program            3,684,828
Summer Youth
 Employment                     800,314
One-Stop Employment
 Services                    22,500,000
Non-Traditional
 Occupational Training          325,000
Machine Tool Job
 Training                       125,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 39,280,548

COMMISSION ON HUMAN
RIGHTS AND
OPPORTUNITIES
Personal Services             4,812,881
Other Expenses                  646,747
Martin Luther King,
 Jr. Commission                   5,230

AGENCY TOTAL                  5,464,858

OFFICE OF PROTECTION
AND ADVOCACY FOR
PERSONS WITH
DISABILITIES
Personal Services             1,945,181
Other Expenses                  428,573

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,373,754

OFFICE OF THE CHILD
ADVOCATE
Personal Services               151,985
Other Expenses                   15,600

AGENCY TOTAL                    167,585

TOTAL                       164,239,414
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE
Personal Services             2,960,523
Other Expenses                  572,524
Oyster Program                  100,000
CT Seafood Advisory
 Council                         50,000
Food Council                     50,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
WIC Program for Fresh
 Produce for Seniors             36,114
Collection of
 Agricultural
 Statistics                       1,200
Tuberculosis and
 Brucellosis
 Indemnity                        1,000
Exhibits and
 Demonstrations                     600
Connecticut Grown
 Product Promotion               15,000
WIC Coupon Program
 for Fresh Produce               88,886

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,875,847

DEPARTMENT OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION
Personal Services            26,849,913
Other Expenses                2,802,314
Equipment                         6,300
Mosquito Control                300,000
Laboratory Fees                 280,076
Dam Maintenance                 111,038
Emergency Spill
 Response                     6,151,505
Long Island Sound
 Research Fund                    1,000
Greenways                       100,000
Emergency Response
 Commission                     109,844
Beardsley Park and
 Zoo                            450,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Soil Conservation
 Districts                        1,000
Agreement
 USGS-Geological
 Investigation                   47,000
Agreement USGS -
 Hydrological Study             119,800
New England
 Interstate Water
 Pollution Commission             8,400
Northeast Interstate
 Forest Fire Compact              2,000
Connecticut River
 Valley Flood Control
 Commission                      39,400
Thames River Valley
 Flood Control
 Commission                      50,200
Environmental Review
 Teams                            1,000
Agreement USGS - Water
 Quality Stream
 Monitoring                     166,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 37,596,790

COUNCIL ON
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Personal Services               100,518
Other Expenses                    6,470

AGENCY TOTAL                    106,988

CONNECTICUT
HISTORICAL COMMISSION
Personal Services               811,095
Other Expenses                   87,515
Equipment                         2,000
Freedom Trail                    40,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    940,610

DEPARTMENT OF
ECONOMIC AND
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Personal Services             5,093,688
Other Expenses                3,162,172
Freedom Trail                   100,000
Economic Information
 Systems                         80,000
CT Science Park                  70,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Entrepreneurial
 Centers                        215,000
Institute for
 Community and
 Regional Development            60,000
Independent Living
 Handicapped Persons             56,250
Congregate Facilities
 Operation Costs              3,819,490
Housing Assistance
 and Counseling
 Program                         75,000
Elderly Congregate
 Rent Subsidy                   942,549
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Tax Abatement                 2,243,276
Payment in Lieu of
 Taxes                        2,900,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 18,817,425

AGRICULTURAL
EXPERIMENT STATION
Personal Services             4,191,169
Other Expenses                  390,300
Equipment                           750
Mosquito Control                144,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,726,219

TOTAL                        66,063,879
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
HEALTH
Personal Services            27,303,452
Other Expenses                5,064,144
Equipment                         2,000
Young Parents Program           201,250
Pregnancy Healthline            112,100
Needle and Syringe
 Exchange Program               404,700
Community Services
 Support for Persons
 with AIDS                      207,223
Teen Pregnancy
 Prevention Campaign             50,000
Children's Health
 Initiatives                  1,187,091
Childhood Lead
 Poisoning                      255,450
AIDS Services                 3,404,715
Liability Coverage
 for Volunteer Retired
 Physicians                       4,500
Breast and Cervical
 Cancer Detection and
 Treatment                    1,875,923
Services for Children
 Affected by AIDS               275,000
Children with Special
 Health Care Needs              450,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Community Health
 Services                     5,880,433
Emergency Medical
 Services Training               35,000
Emergency Medical
 Services Regional
 Offices                        378,110
Rape Crisis                     444,120
X-Ray Screening and
 Tuberculosis Care              597,392
Genetic Diseases
 Programs                       677,357
Loan Repayment
 Program                        194,500
Immunization Services         4,330,520
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Local and District
 Departments of Health        2,956,077
Venereal Disease
 Control                        222,275
School Based Health
 Clinics                      3,662,129

AGENCY TOTAL                 60,175,461

OFFICE OF HEALTH CARE
ACCESS
Personal Services             1,903,098
Other Expenses                  512,631
Equipment                           500
Administration-
 Uncompensated Care             200,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  2,616,229

OFFICE OF THE MEDICAL
EXAMINER
Personal Services             2,879,789
Other Expenses                1,437,105
Equipment                         2,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  4,318,894

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL
RETARDATION
Personal Services           233,625,407
Other Expenses               15,888,191
Equipment                         2,000
Human Resource
 Development                    385,600
Family Support Grants           969,000
Pilot Programs for
 Client Services              1,929,826
Clinical Services             4,938,193
Early Intervention           11,489,562
Temporary Support
 Services                       200,000
Community Temporary
 Support Services               100,000
Community Respite
 Care Programs                  400,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       9,719,258
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Rent Subsidy Program          2,111,183
Respite Care                  1,473,384
Family Reunion
 Program                        140,000
Employment
 Opportunities and Day
 Services                    80,657,482
Family Placements             1,619,797
Emergency Placements          3,175,349
Community Residential
 Services                   172,973,535

AGENCY TOTAL                541,797,767

DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL
HEALTH AND ADDICTION
SERVICES
Personal Services            60,461,517
Other Expenses                8,499,783
Equipment                        10,000
Corporation for
 Supportive Housing           1,000,000
Pre-Trial Drug
 Education System             2,588,000
Pre-Trial Alcohol
 Education System             1,240,738
Managed Service
 System                       6,533,280
Drug Treatment for
 Schizophrenia                1,743,195
Legal Services                  397,200
Connecticut Mental
 Health Center                7,172,564
Capitol Region Mental
 Health Center                  363,781
Professional Services         5,390,371
Regional Action
 Councils                       725,000
General Assistance
 Managed Care                34,956,694
Substance Abuse
 Treatment Programs              20,000
Chronic Gamblers
 Treatment and
 Rehabilitation                 100,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       5,362,523
Eastern Region                2,000,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants for Substance
 Abuse Services              21,025,835
Grants for Vocational
 Services                       387,511
Governor's
 Partnership to
 Protect Connecticut's
 Workforce                      450,000
Grants for Mental
 Health Services             63,059,862
Employment
 Opportunities                8,539,613

AGENCY TOTAL                232,027,467

PSYCHIATRIC SECURITY
REVIEW BOARD

Personal Services               198,389
Other Expenses                   49,660

AGENCY TOTAL                    248,049

TOTAL                       841,183,867
HEALTH AND HOSPITALS

HUMAN SERVICES

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL
SERVICES
Personal Services           100,258,631
Other Expenses               36,418,759
Equipment                           500
Nursing Home Reform
 Act                          1,325,090
Financial Management
 Reporting                       25,000
Children's Health
 Initiative                   2,440,359
Independent Living
 Center-
 Administration                  23,441
Anti-Hunger Programs             18,201
Day Care Projects               496,300
Commission on Aging             200,000
Privatize Data
 Processing Services         28,639,201
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Vocational
 Rehabilitation               6,794,000
Medicaid                  1,872,286,000
Old Age Assistance           34,131,945
Aid to the Blind                653,275
Aid to the Disabled          70,713,168
Temporary Assistance to
 Families                    24,258,319
Temporary Assistance to
 Families - TANF            150,000,000
Adjustment of
 Recoveries                     150,000
Emergency Assistance                500
Food Stamp Training
 Expenses                       130,800
Connecticut
 Pharmaceutical
 Assistance Contract
 to the Elderly              24,243,035
Maternal and Child
 Health Services              2,865,300
DMHAS-Disproportionate
 Share                      191,000,000
Connecticut Home Care
 Program                     14,601,835
Human Resource
 Development-Hispanic
 Programs                       106,746
Services to the
 Elderly                      3,698,074
Safety Net Services           5,000,000
Transportation for
 Employment
 Independence Program         2,205,000
Opportunity
 Industrial Centers             314,116
Transitionary Rental
 Assistance                   5,000,000
Refunds of
 Collections                  1,000,000
Energy Assistance             6,800,100
Services for Persons
 with Disabilities            7,586,366
Child Care Services           6,002,584
Child Care Services
 - TANF/CCDBG               151,592,848
Residences for
 Persons with AIDS            1,445,800
Supplemental
 Nutrition Assistance            91,904
Housing/Homeless
 Services                     7,131,793
Employment
 Opportunities                  881,376
Human Resource
 Development                  3,897,963
Child Day Care               12,423,543
Independent Living
 Centers                        593,845
AIDS Drug Assistance            592,000
Shelter Services for
 Victims of Household
 Abuse                           27,000
Disproportionate
 Share-Medical
 Emergency Assistance       254,000,000
State Administered
 General Assistance          66,302,500
School Readiness              7,571,795
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Child Day Care                5,862,659
Human Resource
 Development                    239,385
Human Resource
 Development-Hispanic
 Programs                        11,678
Teenage Pregnancy
 Prevention Block
 Grant                        1,000,000
Vocational
 Rehabilitation
 Transition Plan                 39,000
Traumatic Brain
 Injury                         109,000

AGENCY TOTAL              3,113,200,734

TOTAL                     3,113,200,734
HUMAN SERVICES

EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

DEPARTMENT OF
EDUCATION
Personal Services            87,112,371
Other Expenses               10,769,699
Training
 Paraprofessionals for
 Teaching                       372,000
Literacy Volunteers              20,860
Institutes for
 Educators                      328,000
Basic Skills Exam
 Teachers in Training         1,190,000
Teachers' Standards
 Implementation
 Program                      3,945,206
Early Childhood
 Program                     19,780,000
Development of
 Mastery Exams Grades
 4, 6, and 8                  5,150,954
Primary Mental Health           294,000
Adult Education
 Action                         300,000
Vocational Technical
 School Textbooks               500,000
Repair of
 Instructional
 Equipment                      237,500
Minor Repairs to
 Plant                          332,500
Connecticut
 Pre-Engineering
 Program                        100,000
Contracting
 Instructional TV
 Services                       209,000
Connecticut Writing
 Project                         50,000
Jobs for Connecticut
 Graduates                      240,000
Science and
 Technology - Jason
 Project                        150,000
Hartford Public
 School Monitors                200,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
American School for
 the Deaf                     6,351,558
RESC Leases                     950,000
Regional Education
 Services                     2,572,384
Omnibus Education
 Grants State
 Supported Schools            2,854,000
Head Start Services           3,100,000
Head Start
 Enhancement                  2,000,000
Family Resource
 Centers                      6,032,500
Nutmeg Games                     50,000
Charter Schools               9,069,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
School Building
 Grants and Interest
 Subsidy                         25,500
Vocational
 Agriculture                  2,621,700
Transportation of
 School Children             42,000,000
Adult Education              16,039,027
Health and Welfare
 Services Pupils
 Private Schools              3,400,000
Education
 Equalization Grants      1,277,350,000
Bilingual Education           2,252,000
Priority School
 Districts                   19,000,000
Young Parents Program           244,080
Interdistrict
 Cooperation                 21,932,301
School Breakfast
 Program                      1,559,805
Excess Cost - Student
 Based                       28,000,000
Excess Cost - Equity         11,500,000
Medicaid Coordination         6,500,000
Student Achievement
 Grant                          500,000
Non-Public School
 Transportation               4,450,000
Celebration of
 Excellence                      25,000
School to Work
 Opportunities                  250,000
Extended School Hours
 and Support Programs         1,340,867
Youth Service Bureaus         2,748,398
Project Concern -
 Receiving District             277,769
OPEN Choice Program           1,900,000
Lighthouse Schools              400,000
Special Education
 Overburden                     225,000

AGENCY TOTAL              1,608,802,979

BOARD OF EDUCATION
AND SERVICES FOR THE
BLIND
Personal Services             3,568,662
Other Expenses                  898,977
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Supplementary Relief
 and Services                   118,560
Education of
 Handicapped Blind
 Children                     7,138,166
Vocational
 Rehabilitation                 965,515
Education of
 Pre-School Blind
 Children                        24,887
Special Training for
 the Deaf  Blind                340,773
Connecticut Radio
 Information  Service            42,750
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Services for Persons
 with Impaired
 Vision                         242,672
Tuition and
 Services-Public
 School Children                671,220

AGENCY TOTAL                 14,012,182

COMMISSION ON THE
DEAF AND HEARING
IMPAIRED
Personal Services               716,408
Other Expenses                  157,799

AGENCY TOTAL                    874,207

STATE LIBRARY
Personal Services             5,038,686
Other Expenses                  857,181
Equipment                        25,000
Equipment-Law
 Department                     404,930
Library & Educational
 Materials                      459,225
Statewide Data Base
 Program                        442,327
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Basic Cultural
 Resources Grant              2,160,695
Support Cooperating
 Library Service Units          807,829
Grants-Local
 Institutions in
 Humanities                      40,000
Connecticut
 Educational
 Telecommunications
 Corporation                    850,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants to Public
 Libraries                      453,776
Connecticard Payments           697,835

AGENCY TOTAL                 12,237,484

DEPARTMENT OF HIGHER
EDUCATION
Personal Services             1,823,193
Other Expenses                  164,634
Equipment                         1,000
Minority Advancement
 Program                      1,738,278
Alternate Route to
 Certification                   10,475
Student Community
 Services                        15,713
National Service Act            517,350
International
 Initiatives                    150,000
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Scholastic
 Achievement Grant            3,199,859
Awards to Children of
 Deceased/Disabled
 Veterans                         6,000
Connecticut
 Independent College
 Student Grant               14,628,795
Connecticut Aid for
 Public College
 Students                     8,827,414
New England Board of
 Higher Education               364,962

AGENCY TOTAL                 31,447,673

UNIVERSITY OF
CONNECTICUT
Operating Expenses          148,852,425
Endowment Match               5,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                153,852,425

UNIVERSITY OF
CONNECTICUT HEALTH
CENTER
Operating Expenses           64,581,067
AHEC for Bridgeport             150,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 64,731,067

CHARTER OAK COLLEGE
Operating Expenses              965,643

TEACHERS' RETIREMENT
BOARD
Personal Services             1,382,000
Other Expenses                  444,261
Equipment                         3,200
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Retirement
 Contributions              188,334,000
Retirees Health
 Service Cost                 3,825,000

AGENCY TOTAL                193,988,461

REGIONAL COMMUNITY -
TECHNICAL COLLEGES
Operating Expenses           93,954,201

CONNECTICUT STATE
UNIVERSITY
Operating Expenses          107,686,183

TOTAL                     2,282,552,505
EDUCATION, MUSEUMS, LIBRARIES

CORRECTIONS

DEPARTMENT OF
CORRECTION
Personal Services           279,339,602
Other Expenses               81,674,001
Equipment                     3,363,496
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                      10,610,180
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Aid to Paroled and
 Discharged Inmates             151,664
Legal Services to
 Prisoners                      750,000
Volunteer Services              189,885
Community Residential
 Services                    11,723,986
Community
 Nonresidential
 Services                     1,005,648

AGENCY TOTAL                388,808,462

BOARD OF PARDONS
Other Expenses                   34,141

BOARD OF PAROLE
Personal Services             3,020,204
Other Expenses                  742,363
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Community Residential
 Services                     1,020,000
Community Non-
 residential Services         1,571,064

AGENCY TOTAL                  6,353,631

DEPARTMENT OF
CHILDREN AND FAMILIES
Personal Services           144,222,308
Other Expenses               18,763,688
Short Term
 Residential Treatment          360,000
Wilderness School
 Program                         96,250
Children's Trust Fund         1,710,000
Substance Abuse
 Screening                    1,600,000
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       1,588,611
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants for
 Psychiatric Clinics
 for Children                10,206,671
Day Treatment Centers
 for Children                 4,726,138
Treatment and
 Prevention of Child
 Abuse                        4,506,218
Community Emergency
 Services                       776,597
Community Preventive
 Services                     2,545,714
Aftercare for
 Children                        87,862
Family Violence
 Services                       352,367
Health and Community
 Services                     1,154,136
No Nexus Special
 Education                    3,275,871
Family Preservation
 Services                     5,375,515
Substance Abuse
 Treatment                    1,635,941
Child Welfare Support
 Services                     1,873,193
Juvenile Case
 Management
 Collaborative                  547,600
Board and Care for
 Children-Adoption           20,367,295
Board and Care for
 Children-Foster             60,087,113
Board and Care for
 Children-Residential        67,319,421

AGENCY TOTAL                353,178,509

COUNTY SHERIFFS
Personal Services             1,258,579
Other Expenses                  998,353
Sheriffs Training                63,405
Special Deputy
 Sheriffs                    19,789,880
Vaccination and
 Testing                         79,430

AGENCY TOTAL                 22,189,647

TOTAL                       770,564,390
CORRECTIONS

JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Personal Services           153,331,909
Other Expenses               41,648,741
Alternative
 Incarceration Program       19,812,484
Justice Education
 Center, Inc.                   225,000
Children Impacted by
 Domestic Violence              193,577
Juvenile Alternative
 Incarceration               10,973,159
Post-Release
 Nonresidential
 Services                     1,300,000
Juvenile Justice
 Centers                      1,363,000

AGENCY TOTAL                228,847,870

PUBLIC DEFENDER
SERVICES COMMISSION
Personal Services            18,867,650
Other Expenses                  824,736
Special Public
 Defenders-Contractual        1,268,000
Special Public
 Defenders-Non-
 Contractual                    910,000
Expert Witnesses                670,000
Training and
 Education                       27,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 22,567,386

TOTAL                       251,415,256
JUDICIAL

NON-FUNCTIONAL

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS TO THE
GOVERNOR
Governor's
 Contingency Account             18,000

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                824,882,978
UConn 2000 - Debt
 Service                     32,891,825

AGENCY TOTAL                857,774,803

RESERVE FOR SALARY
ADJUSTMENTS
Reserve for Salary
 Adjustments                109,930,100

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
CLAIMS - DEPARTMENT
OF ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                      11,862,111

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

JUDICIAL REVIEW
COUNCIL
Personal Services               109,519
Other Expenses                   92,200
Equipment                         1,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    202,719

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS
Other Expenses                  450,000

FIRE TRAINING SCHOOLS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Willimantic                      65,400
Torrington                       48,100
New Haven                        32,200
Derby                            32,200
Wolcott                          42,200
Fairfield                        32,200
Hartford                         57,000
Middletown                       25,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    334,300

MAINTENANCE OF COUNTY
BASE FIRE RADIO
NETWORK
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Maintenance of County
 Base Fire Radio
 Network                         21,000

MAINTENANCE OF
STATEWIDE FIRE RADIO
NETWORK
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Maintenance of
 Statewide Fire
 Radio Network                   14,000

EQUAL GRANTS TO
THIRTY-FOUR NON-
PROFIT GENERAL
HOSPITALS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Equal Grants to
 Thirty-Four Non-
 Profit General
 Hospitals                           34

CONNECTICUT STATE
POLICE ASSOCIATION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Connecticut State
 Police Association              63,000

CONNECTICUT STATE
FIREMEN'S ASSOCIATION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Connecticut State
 Firemen's
 Association                    100,000

INTERSTATE SANITATION
COMMISSION
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Interstate Sanitation
 Commission                       3,333

REIMBURSEMENTS TO
TOWNS FOR LOSS OF
TAXES ON STATE
PROPERTY
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursements to
 Towns for Loss of
 Taxes on State
 Property                    35,008,000

REIMBURSEMENTS TO
TOWNS FOR LOSS OF
TAXES ON PRIVATE
TAX-EXEMPT PROPERTY
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Reimbursements to
 Towns for Loss of
 Taxes on Private
 Tax-Exempt Property         85,120,537

UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION
Other Expenses                7,113,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
Other Expenses              256,161,788

HIGHER EDUCATION
ALTERNATIVE
RETIREMENT SYSTEM
Other Expenses               11,415,000

PENSIONS AND
RETIREMENTS-OTHER
STATUTORY
Other Expenses                1,500,000

JUDGES AND
COMPENSATION
COMMISSIONERS
RETIREMENT
Other Expenses               11,198,113

INSURANCE - GROUP
LIFE
Other Expenses                2,575,000

TUITION REIMBURSEMENT
- TRAINING AND TRAVEL
Other Current Expenses          925,625

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL
SECURITY TAX
Other Expenses              131,343,529

STATE EMPLOYEES
HEALTH SERVICE COST
Other Expenses              181,214,300

RETIRED STATE
EMPLOYEES HEALTH
SERVICE COST
Other Expenses               96,850,000

TOTAL                       821,613,278
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                     1,801,198,292
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                     9,761,049,724
GENERAL FUND

LESS:

Legislative
 Unallocated Lapses            -725,000
Estimated Unallocated
 Lapses                     -73,525,000
General Personal
 Services Reduction         -11,000,000
General Other
 Expenses Reductions        -12,000,000
Early Retirement
 Incentive Program          -83,908,000
Statewide Agency
 Functional
 Consolidation              -50,000,000

NET -
GENERAL FUND              9,529,891,724


    Sec.  12.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

STATE INSURANCE
PURCHASING BOARD
Other Expenses                2,204,017

TOTAL                         2,204,017
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

MOTOR VEHICLE
DEPARTMENT
Personal Services            31,143,956
Other Expenses               12,833,407
Equipment                       700,000
Graduated Licenses              200,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 44,877,363

TOTAL                        44,877,363
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TRANSPORTATION

DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION
Personal Services           103,831,837
Other Expenses               35,770,234
Equipment                     1,500,000
Highway and Planning
 Research                     2,274,356
Minor Capital
 Projects                       350,000
Highway & Bridge
 Renewal-Equipment            4,000,000
Handicapped Access
 Program                      7,420,669
Hospital Transit for
 Dialysis                       113,000
Rail Operations              55,085,264
Bus Operations               59,291,630
Workers' Compensation
 Claims                       1,408,686
Highway and Bridge
 Renewal                     10,200,000
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Aircraft Registration           873,000
Town Aid Road Grants         20,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                302,118,676

TOTAL                       302,118,676
TRANSPORTATION

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                414,876,710

RESERVE FOR SALARY
ADJUSTMENTS
Reserve for Salary
 Adjustments                 15,846,000

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

REFUNDS OF PAYMENTS
Other Expenses                1,810,000

UNEMPLOYMENT
COMPENSATION
Other Expenses                  475,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
RETIREMENT
CONTRIBUTIONS
Other Expenses               31,700,000

INSURANCE - GROUP
LIFE
Other Expenses                  133,000

EMPLOYERS SOCIAL
SECURITY TAX
Other Expenses               13,400,000

STATE EMPLOYEES
HEALTH SERVICE COST
Other Expenses               19,723,000

TOTAL                        67,241,000
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                       497,963,710
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                       847,163,766
SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND

LESS:

Estimated Unallocated
 Lapses                     -10,000,000
Early Retirement
 Incentive Program           -8,315,000

NET -                       828,848,766
SPECIAL TRANSPORTATION FUND


    Sec.  13.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND
MOHEGAN FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

GRANTS TO TOWNS
PAYMENTS TO
 LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Grants to Towns             135,000,000

TOTAL                       135,000,000
MISCELLANEOUS
APPROPRIATIONS
ADMINISTERED BY
THE COMPTROLLER

TOTAL                       135,000,000
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                       135,000,000
MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND
MOHEGAN FUND


    Sec.  14.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


SOLDIERS, SAILORS,
AND MARINES' FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

GENERAL GOVERNMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
VETERANS AFFAIRS
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Burial Expenses                  15,000
Headstones                      275,000

AGENCY TOTAL                    290,000

TOTAL                           290,000
GENERAL GOVERNMENT

HUMAN SERVICES

SOLDIERS, SAILORS,
AND MARINES' FUND
Personal Services               774,619
Other Expenses                  403,229
Award Payments to
 Veterans                     2,000,000

AGENCY TOTAL                  3,177,848

TOTAL                         3,177,848
HUMAN SERVICES

TOTAL                         3,467,848
SOLDIERS, SAILORS AND
MARINES' FUND


    Sec.  15.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


REGIONAL MARKET
OPERATION FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURE

Personal Services               377,698
Other Expenses                  261,705
Equipment                             0

AGENCY TOTAL                    639,403

TOTAL                           639,403
CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

NON-FUNCTIONAL

DEBT SERVICE - STATE
TREASURER
OTHER THAN PAYMENTS
 TO LOCAL GOVERNMENTS
Debt Service                    194,000

TOTAL                           194,000
NON-FUNCTIONAL

TOTAL                           833,403
REGIONAL MARKET
OPERATION FUND


    Sec.  16.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


BANKING FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

REGULATION AND PROTECTION

DEPARTMENT OF BANKING
Personal Services             8,753,489
Other Expenses                2,200,726
Equipment                       675,670
Fringe Benefits               3,326,198
Indirect Overhead               440,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 15,396,083

TOTAL                        15,396,083
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        15,396,083
BANKING FUND

    Sec.  17.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


INSURANCE FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

DEPARTMENT OF
INSURANCE

Personal Services             8,747,118
Other Expenses                1,330,587
Equipment                       162,000
Fringe Benefits               3,323,905
Indirect Overhead               327,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 13,890,610

TOTAL                        13,890,610
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        13,890,610
INSURANCE FUND


    Sec.  18.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


CONSUMER COUNSEL AND
PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL
FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

OFFICE OF CONSUMER
COUNSEL
Personal Services               899,679
Other Expenses                  391,510
Equipment                        15,293
Fringe Benefits                 341,878
Indirect Overhead                73,111

AGENCY TOTAL                  1,721,471

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
UTILITY CONTROL
Personal Services             7,627,510
Other Expenses                1,906,758
Equipment                       205,000
Fringe Benefits               2,898,494
Indirect Overhead               464,671
Nuclear Energy
 Advisory Council                15,000

AGENCY TOTAL                 13,117,433

TOTAL                        14,838,904
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        14,838,904
CONSUMER COUNSEL AND
PUBLIC UTILITY CONTROL
FUND


    Sec.  19.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


WORKERS' COMPENSATION
FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
Occupational Health
 Clinics                        637,850

WORKERS' COMPENSATION
COMMISSION
Personal Services             7,933,642
Other Expenses                3,507,555
Equipment                       406,500
Criminal Justice
 Fraud Unit                     424,259
Rehabilitative
 Services                     5,021,984
Fringe Benefits               2,656,505
Indirect Overhead             1,238,369

AGENCY TOTAL                 21,188,814

TOTAL                        21,826,664
REGULATION AND PROTECTION

TOTAL                        21,826,664
WORKERS' COMPENSATION
FUND


    Sec.  20.  The following sums are appropriated
for the annual period as  indicated  and  for  the
purposes described.


CRIMINAL INJURIES
COMPENSATION FUND

                              1998-99

                        $

JUDICIAL

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

Criminal Injuries
 Compensation                 1,900,000

TOTAL                         1,900,000
JUDICIAL

TOTAL                         1,900,000
CRIMINAL INJURIES
COMPENSATION FUND


    Sec.  21.  Funds  received  for  any  specific
purpose authorized by statute shall be  deemed  to
be appropriated for such purpose.
    Sec.   22.   Any   appropriation,  or  portion
thereof, made from the General Fund under sections
1  and  11  of  this  act  to  any  agency, may be
transferred at the request of said agency  to  any
other agency by the Governor, with the approval of
the  finance  advisory  committee,  to  take  full
advantage of federal matching funds, provided both
agencies shall certify  that  the  expenditure  of
such  transferred  funds  by  the receiving agency
will be for  the  same  purpose  as  that  of  the
original   appropriation  or  portion  thereof  so
transferred. Any federal funds  generated  through
the  transfer  of  appropriations between agencies
may  be  used   for   reimbursing   general   fund
expenditures  or for expanding program services or
a  combination  of  both  as  determined  by   the
Governor,   with   the  approval  of  the  finance
advisory committee.
    Sec.  23.  The total number of positions which
may be filled by any state agency shall not exceed
the  number  of positions recommended by the joint
standing committee  on  appropriations,  including
any  revisions  to  such recommendations resulting
from enactments of the General  Assembly,  as  set
forth  in the report on the state budget published
by the  legislative  office  of  fiscal  analysis,
except upon the recommendation of the Governor and
the approval of the  finance  advisory  committee.
The  provisions of this section shall not apply to
the constituent  units  of  The  State  System  of
Higher Education.
    Sec.  24.  The  Secretary  of  the  Office  of
Policy and Management shall monitor  expenditures,
for  personal  services,  during  the fiscal years
ending June 30, 1998, and June 30, 1999, in  order
to  reduce  expenditures  for  such purpose during
each fiscal year by $11,000,000.
    Sec.  25.  The  Secretary  of  the  Office  of
Policy and Management shall monitor  expenditures,
for other expenses, during the fiscal years ending
June 30, 1998, and June  30,  1999,  in  order  to
reduce  expenditures  for such purpose during each
fiscal year by $12,000,000.
    Sec.  26.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
subsections (a) to (d), inclusive, of section 4-85
of  the  general  statutes  and  subsection (f) of
section 4-89 of the general statutes, the Governor
may  modify  or reduce requisitions for allotments
during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1998,  and
June  30,  1999,  in  order  to achieve collective
bargaining  and  related  savings,  including  any
savings   resulting   from   an  early  retirement
incentive program, required under  this  act,  any
other  public  or special act, or any collectively
bargained agreement.
    Sec.  27. Appropriations for personal services
in sections 1, 2, 11, and 12 of this  act  may  be
transferred  from  agencies  to  the  reserve  for
salary adjustments  account,  to  reflect  a  more
accurate   impact  of  collective  bargaining  and
related costs,  upon  the  recommendation  of  the
Governor  and the approval of the finance advisory
committee.
    Sec. 28. (a) The appropriations to the reserve
for salary adjustments  account  in sections 1, 2,
11, and 12  of  this act and any appropriations to
said account made  in any public or special act of
the current session,  and  any amounts transferred
to the account pursuant to section 27 of this act,
may be transferred  and  necessary  additions from
the resources of  special funds may be made by the
Governor to give effect to salary increases, other
employee benefits, agency  costs  related to staff
reductions, including accrual  payments,  or other
personal services adjustments  authorized  by this
act, any other  public  or  special  act  or other
applicable statutes.
    (b)  Any appropriations  to  the  reserve  for
salary adjustments account  made  in any public or
special act of the current session shall not lapse
on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall continue to
be available for the purposes of subsection (a) of
this section during  the  fiscal years ending June
30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec.   29.  (a)  That  portion  of  unexpended
funds, as  determined  by  the  Secretary  of  the
Office  of  Policy and Management, appropriated in
special act 95-12  and  special  act  96-8,  which
relate  to  collective  bargaining  agreements and
related costs, shall not lapse on June  30,  1997,
or June 30, 1998, and such funds shall continue to
be available for such purpose  during  the  fiscal
years ending June 30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    (b)  That  portion  of  unexpended  funds,  as
determined by  the  Secretary  of  the  Office  of
Policy  and Management, appropriated in sections 1
and 2 of this  act,  which  relate  to  collective
bargaining agreements and related costs, shall not
lapse on June  30,  1998,  and  such  funds  shall
continue  to  be available for such purpose during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  30.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the State Comptroller in section 1
of  public  act  93-80, as amended by section 1 of
public act 94-1 of the  May  special  session  and
section   1   of  special  act  95-12,  for  state
employees  retirement  data  base,   and   carried
forward  by  section  29  of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 11 of special act  96-8,  shall
not  lapse  on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall
continue  to  be  available  for  expenditure  for
development   of  payroll,  time  and  attendance,
accounting and database systems during the  fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  31.  Up  to $599,000 appropriated to the
Department  of  Public  Works  in  section  11  of
special  act  95-12,  as  amended  by section 1 of
special act 96-8, for other  expenses,  shall  not
lapse  on  June  30,  1997,  and  such funds shall
continue to be available for property  disposition
costs during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  32.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated  to  the   Office   of   Policy   and
Management  in  section 1 of public act 93-80, for
social services initiatives, and  carried  forward
by  section  20 of public act 93-80, as amended by
section 9 of public act 94-1 of  the  May  special
session,  and  section 31 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 13 of special act  96-8,  shall
not  lapse  on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall
continue to be available  for  expenditure  during
the  fiscal  years  ending June 30, 1998, and June
30, 1999.
    Sec.  33.  The  unexpended  balance  of  funds
appropriated  to  the   Office   of   Policy   and
Management  in section 11 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 1  of  special  act  96-8,  for
payments   to  local  governments,  for  the  drug
enforcement program, shall not lapse on  June  30,
1997,   and   such  funds  shall  continue  to  be
available for expenditure for such purpose  during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  34.  The  unexpended  balance  of  funds
appropriated  to  the   Office   of   Policy   and
Management  in section 11 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 1  of  special  act  96-8,  for
justice assistance grants, shall not lapse on June
30, 1997, and such  funds  shall  continue  to  be
available  for expenditure for such purpose during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  35.  The  unexpended  balance  of  funds
appropriated  to  the   Office   of   Policy   and
Management  in  section  1 of public act 93-80, as
amended by section 1 of public act 94-1 of the May
special   session,  for  the  automated  personnel
system, and  carried  forward  by  section  33  of
special  act  95-12,  as  amended by section 14 of
special act 96-8, shall  not  lapse  on  June  30,
1997,   and   such  funds  shall  continue  to  be
available for expenditure for such purpose  during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  36.  (a)  The  unexpended balance of the
funds   appropriated   to   the   Department    of
Administrative Services in section 1 of public act
93-80, as amended by section 1 of public act  94-1
of  the  May special session, for development of a
hospital billing system, and  carried  forward  by
section  34  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 15 of special act 96-8, shall not lapse on
June 30, 1997, and such funds shall continue to be
available for expenditure for such purpose  during
the  fiscal  years  ending June 30, 1998, and June
30, 1999.
    (b)   The  unexpended  balance  of  the  funds
appropriated to the Department  of  Administrative
Services  in  section  1 of special act 95-12, for
development of  a  hospital  billing  system,  and
carried  forward  by  section  34  of  special act
95-12, as amended by section  15  of  special  act
96-8,  shall  not lapse on June 30, 1997, and such
funds  shall  continue   to   be   available   for
expenditure  for  such  purpose  during the fiscal
years ending June 30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  37.  Up  to $142,000 appropriated to the
Police Officer Standards and Training  Council  in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8, for  completion  of
the  office automation project, shall not lapse on
June 30, 1997, and such funds shall continue to be
available  for expenditure for such purpose during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  38.  Up  to $150,000 appropriated to the
Department of  Public  Health  in  section  11  of
special  act  95-12,  as  amended  by section 1 of
special act 96-8,  for  other  expenses,  and  the
unexpended  balances  appropriated in section 1 of
special act 95-12 and section 11  of  special  act
95-12,  as  amended  by  section  1 of special act
96-8, for the teen pregnancy prevention  campaign,
shall  not  lapse  on  June  30,  1997,  and shall
continue to be  available  for  a  teen  pregnancy
prevention  media  campaign during the fiscal year
ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  39.  The  sum  of $400,000 of the amount
appropriated to the Office of Health  Care  Access
in  section 11 of special act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8, for the health data
institute,  shall  not lapse on June 30, 1997, and
such funds shall  continue  to  be  available  for
expenditure during the fiscal year ending June 30,
1998, as follows: The sum  of  $350,000  shall  be
available  to the Office of Health Care Access for
expenses  properly  attributable  to   the   other
expenses  account;  the  sum  of  $5,000  shall be
available for health care data analysis activities
of  said  office,  and the sum of $45,000 shall be
transferred to the Department of Public Health for
the  Breast  and  Cervical  Cancer  Detection  and
Treatment program.
    Sec.  40.  During  the fiscal year ending June
30, 1998, and the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,
1999,   the   sum   of   $163,522  of  the  amount
appropriated to the Department of Public Safety in
section  1  and  section  11  of this act shall be
transferred to the Department of Public Health for
support  of  three toxicology laboratory staff and
associated other expenses.
    Sec.  41.  During  the fiscal year ending June
30, 1998, and the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,
1999,  $1,000,000 of the federal funds received by
the Department of Education from  Part  B  of  the
Individuals  with Disabilities Education Act shall
be  transferred  to  the  Department   of   Mental
Retardation for the Birth-to-Three program.
    Sec.   42.   All  funds  appropriated  to  the
Department of Social Services for  the  Department
of  Mental  Health and Addiction Services/Medicaid
disproportionate share shall be  expended  by  the
Department  of Social Services in such amounts and
at such times  as  prescribed  by  the  Office  of
Policy  and  Management.  The Department of Social
Services   shall   make   disproportionate   share
payments  to hospitals in the Department of Mental
Health  and  Addiction  Services   for   operating
expenses  and for related fringe benefit expenses.
Funds received by the hospitals in the  Department
of Mental Health and Addiction Services for fringe
benefits  shall   be   used   to   reimburse   the
Comptroller.  All  other  funds  received  by  the
hospitals in the Department of Mental  Health  and
Addiction  Services shall be deposited to grants -
other than federal accounts. All  disproportionate
share  payments not expended in grants -other than
federal accounts shall lapse at  the  end  of  the
fiscal year.
    Sec. 43. The  unexpended  balance of the funds
appropriated to the  Department of Social Services
in section 11  of special act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of  special  act 96-8, for the supported
employment/job   connection  program,   that   are
determined by the Department of Social Services as
necessary   to  cover   prior   year   contractual
obligations, shall not lapse on June 30, 1997, and
such funds shall  continue  to  be  available  for
expenditure for such  purpose  during  the  fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  44.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the Department of Social  Services
in  section  1  of  special act 95-12, and carried
forward by section 33 of public  act  96-268,  for
the  hospital  assistance program, shall not lapse
on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall continue to
be  available  for  expenditure  for  such purpose
during the fiscal years ending June 30, 1998,  and
June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  45.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the Department of Social  Services
in  section  1  of  public  act  91-3  of the June
special   session,   for   financial    management
reporting,  and  carried  forward by section 27 of
special act 92-13, section 25 of public act 93-80,
section  30  of public act 94-1 of the May special
session, and section 41 of special act  95-12,  as
amended  by  section 16 of special act 96-8, shall
not lapse on June 30, 1997, and such  funds  shall
continue  to be available for expenditure for such
purpose during the fiscal years  ending  June  30,
1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec. 46. The  unexpended  balance of the funds
appropriated to the  Department of Social Services
in section 1  of  public  act 93-80, as amended by
section 1 of  public  act  94-1 of the May special
session, for development  of a Medicaid management
information system, and carried forward by section
24 of public  act 93-80, and section 47 of special
act 95-12, as amended by section 18 of special act
96-8, and the  unexpended  balance  of  the  funds
appropriated to said  department  for such purpose
for the fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1995, and
carried  forward by  section  47  of  special  act
95-12, as amended  by  section  18  of special act
96-8, shall not  lapse  on June 30, 1997, and such
funds  shall  continue   to   be   available   for
expenditure for such  purpose  during  the  fiscal
year ending June  30, 1998, provided $3,000,000 of
such amount shall  be  available for the supported
employment services/job connection program.
    Sec.  47.  Up   to  $5,200,000  of  the  funds
appropriated to the  Department of Social Services
in section 11  of special act 95-12, as amended by
section  1  of   special  act  96-8,  for  general
assistance managed care,  shall  not lapse on June
30, 1997, and  such  funds  shall  continue  to be
available for expenditure  during  the fiscal year
ending June 30,  1998,  as  follows:  The  sum  of
$1,000,000 shall be available to the Department of
Social  Services for  general  assistance  managed
care; the sum  of  $3,000,000 of such amount shall
be   available  for   the   supported   employment
services/job connection program,  and  the  sum of
$1,200,000  shall  be  transferred  to  the  Labor
Department for customized job training programs.
    Sec.  48.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
section  10-183z  of  the  general  statutes,  the
appropriation to the Teachers' Retirement Fund for
the fiscal year ending  June  30,  1998,  and  the
fiscal  year ending June 30, 1999, shall be at the
level of the appropriation  for  such  purpose  in
section 1 and section 11 of this act.
    Sec.   49.   Up   to  $250,000  of  the  funds
appropriated to the Teachers' Retirement Board  in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8, for other expenses,
shall  not  lapse on June 30, 1997, and such funds
shall continue to be available for expenditure for
computer-related  costs  during  the  fiscal  year
ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  50.  The  unexpended  balance  of  funds
appropriated to the  Department  of  Children  and
Families  in  section  11 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 1  of  special  act  96-8,  for
other  expenses,  for  development  of  the single
statewide computer system (LINK), shall not  lapse
on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall continue to
be available  for  expenditure  for  such  purpose
during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  51.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated   to   the   Workers'    Compensation
Commission  in  section  9 of public act 93-80, as
amended by section 6 of public act 94-1 of the May
special session, for development of the management
information system, and carried forward by section
43  of special act 95-12, as amended by section 17
of special act 96-8, shall not lapse on  June  30,
1997,   and   such  funds  shall  continue  to  be
available for expenditure for such purpose  during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.   52.   Up  to  $452,610  of  the  amount
appropriated   to   the   Workers'    Compensation
Commission  in section 19 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 8  of  special  act  96-8,  for
other  expenses, shall not lapse on June 30, 1997,
and such funds shall continue to be available  for
expenditure for office automation costs during the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  53.  The unexpended balance of the funds
transferred to Legislative Management, for  fiscal
reporting,  by section 41 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 16 of  special  act  96-8,  and
carried forward by section 40 of special act 96-8,
shall not lapse on June 30, 1997, and  such  funds
shall continue to be available for expenditure for
such purpose during the fiscal years  ending  June
30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  54.  The  sum  of  $25,000 of the amount
appropriated to the Department of Public Safety in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section  1  of  special  act  96-8,   for   stress
reduction,  shall  not lapse on June 30, 1997, and
such funds shall  continue  to  be  available  for
expenditure  for  such  purpose  during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  55. Notwithstanding  the  provisions  of
section 3-55i of  the  general  statutes,  if  the
appropriation in section  3  or section 13 of this
act exceeds $85,000,000,  the  amount of the grant
payable to each  municipality  in  accordance with
the provisions of  section  3-55j  of  the general
statutes shall be increased proportionately.
    Sec. 56. On  or  before  January  1, 1998, and
quarterly thereafter, the  Secretary of the Office
of Policy and  Management shall submit a report to
the joint standing  committee  on  appropriations,
through the legislative office of fiscal analysis,
concerning  the actual  and  projected  costs  and
savings  associated  with   an   early  retirement
incentive  program  for   each   agency  and  each
appropriated fund from  July  1, 1997, to June 30,
1999,  inclusive. The  report  shall  include  the
number of (1)  employees  eligible  for retirement
under  such  program,   (2)   employees  who  have
retired, (3) positions  which  have been refilled,
(4) positions which  have  been eliminated and (5)
retirees who have  been  re-employed.  The  report
which is submitted  with,  or  due  prior  to, the
Governor's recommended budget  revisions  for  the
fiscal year ending  June  30,  1999, shall include
recommendations for the  distribution  of  the net
savings, by agency, for said fiscal year.
    Sec.  57.  The  Governor's  recommended budget
revisions for the  fiscal  year  ending  June  30,
1999,  shall  include  a  report which details the
implementation  plan  for  achieving  the  savings
associated   with   statewide   agency  functional
consolidations,   including   any   state   agency
reorganizations    or    the    privatization   of
information technology within state agencies.  The
report   shall  include  recommendations  for  the
distribution of the net savings,  by  agency,  for
said fiscal year.
     Sec.  58.  (a)  For  the  fiscal years ending
June 30, 1998, and June 30,  1999,  system  office
expenditures  for the Regional Community-Technical
Colleges, exclusive of  telecommunications  center
funds,  capital  equipment  bond  funds, funds for
identified systemwide projects which  benefit  the
individual  campuses  of  the  community-technical
colleges, and funds for  data  center,  shall  not
exceed 1.59% and 1.55% respectively, of the annual
general  fund  appropriation  and  operating  fund
expenditures,   exclusive   of  federal,  private,
capital bond and fringe benefit funds.
    (b)  For  the  fiscal  years  ending  June 30,
1998,   and   June   30,   1999,   system   office
expenditures  for the Connecticut State University
system,  exclusive  of  telecommunications  center
funds,  capital  equipment  bond  funds, funds for
identified systemwide projects which  benefit  the
individual   campuses   of  the  State  University
system, and  funds  for  data  center,  shall  not
exceed  1.13% and 1.1% respectively, of the annual
general  fund  appropriation  and  operating  fund
expenditures,   exclusive   of  federal,  private,
capital bond and fringe benefit funds.
    (c)   For   the  Regional  Community-Technical
Colleges, for the fiscal  years  ending  June  30,
1998,   and   June   30,  1999,  expenditures  for
institutional administration,  defined  as  system
office,  executive  management, fiscal operations,
and   general   administration,    exclusive    of
expenditures      for     logistical     services,
administrative computing, and  development,  shall
not  exceed 10.69% and 10.38% respectively, of the
annual general fund  appropriation  and  operating
fund  expenditures, exclusive of federal, private,
capital bond and fringe benefit funds.
    (d)   For  the  Connecticut  State  University
system, for the fiscal years ending June 30, 1998,
and  June 30, 1999, expenditures for institutional
administration,   defined   as   system    office,
executive   management,   fiscal  operations,  and
general administration, exclusive of  expenditures
for logistical services, administrative computing,
and development, shall not exceed 7.94%  and  7.7%
respectively,   of   the   annual   general   fund
appropriation  and  operating  fund  expenditures,
exclusive  of  federal,  private, capital bond and
fringe benefit funds.
    (e)  For  The  University  of Connecticut, for
the fiscal years ending June 30,  1998,  and  June
30,    1999,    expenditures   for   institutional
administration,   defined   as   system    office,
executive   management,   fiscal  operations,  and
general administration, exclusive of  expenditures
for logistical services, administrative computing,
and development, shall not exceed 3.58% and  3.47%
respectively,   of   the   annual   general   fund
appropriation  and  operating  fund  expenditures,
exclusive  of  federal,  private, capital bond and
fringe benefit funds.
    (f)   The  Commissioner  of  Higher  Education
shall, within  available  appropriations,  monitor
compliance  with the provisions of subsections (a)
to (e),  inclusive,  of  this  section  and  shall
report  findings  to the joint standing committees
of  the  General  Assembly  having  cognizance  of
matters    relating    to    education    and   to
appropriations not later than sixty days following
the  close  of  each  quarter  of the fiscal years
ending June 30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  59.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
section 4-30a of the general statutes,  after  the
accounts for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1997,
are closed, if  the  Comptroller  determines  that
there  exists  an  unappropriated  surplus  in the
General  Fund,  after  any  amounts  required   by
provision  of  law  to  be  transferred  for other
purposes have been deducted, the  amount  of  such
surplus,  up to $166,700,000 shall be deemed to be
appropriated to the Treasurer and shall be applied
as  follows:  (1)  The sum of $85,800,000 shall be
applied to the fiscal year ending June  30,  1998,
for  payment of principal and interest on economic
recovery notes which become due and payable in the
fiscal  year  ending  June  30,  1998. Said sum of
$85,800,000 is authorized to be transferred to the
economic  recovery  note  debt  retirement fund at
such  times  as  the  principal  of  the  economic
recovery  notes  and  the  interest  thereon shall
become due and payable; (2)  the  balance  of  the
amount  so  appropriated  shall  be applied to the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1999, for  payment  of
principal  and interest on economic recovery notes
which become due and payable in  the  fiscal  year
ending  June  30, 1999. Such balance is authorized
to be transferred to the  economic  recovery  note
debt   retirement   fund  at  such  times  as  the
principal of the economic recovery notes  and  the
interest thereon shall become due and payable.
    Sec. 60. The  sum  of  $55,000  of  the amount
appropriated to the Department of Higher Education
in section 11  of special act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of  special  act  96-8, for the National
Service Act, shall not lapse on June 30, 1997, and
such funds shall  continue  to  be  available  for
expenditure for such  purpose  during  the  fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  61.  The  sum  of $215,000 of the amount
appropriated to Legislative Management in  section
11  of  special act 95-12, as amended by section 1
of special act 96-8, for other expenses, shall not
lapse  on  June  30,  1997,  and  such funds shall
continue to be available for expenditure for  such
purpose  during  the  fiscal  year ending June 30,
1998.
    Sec.  62.  The  sum of $60,000 appropriated to
the   Department   of   Economic   and   Community
Development  in  section  1  of  this act, for the
Institute for Community and Regional  Development,
shall  be  made  available  to Central Connecticut
State  University,  for  the   purposes   of   the
institute,   provide   the   university   provides
matching funds in the amount of $40,000.
    Sec.  63.  The  sum  of $350,000 of the amount
appropriated to the Department  of  Mental  Health
and  Addiction  Services  in section 11 of special
act 95-12, as amended by section 1 of special  act
96-8,  for  grants  for  substance abuse services,
shall not lapse on June 30, 1997, and  such  funds
shall  continue to be available for expenditure by
Amethyst House Crossroads during the fiscal  years
ending June 30, 1998, and June 30, 1999.
    Sec.  64.  The  sum  of $161,000 of the amount
appropriated   to   the   Department   of   Mental
Retardation in section 11 of special act 95-12, as
amended by section 1  of  special  act  96-8,  for
dental services, shall not lapse on June 30, 1997,
and such funds shall continue to be available  for
expenditure  for  such  purpose  during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  65.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the Department of Public Health in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8,  for  services  for
children affected by AIDS, shall not lapse on June
30, 1997, and such  funds  shall  continue  to  be
available  for expenditure for such purpose during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.   66.   Up   to  $100,000  of  the  funds
appropriated to the  Secretary  of  the  State  in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8, for other expenses,
shall  not  lapse on June 30, 1997, and such funds
shall continue to be available for expenditure for
office  space  upgrading  during  the  fiscal year
ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  67.  During the fiscal years ending June
30, 1998, and June 30,  1999,  the  Department  of
Transportation  shall maintain the bus fare at one
dollar, within existing budgetary resources.
    Sec.   68.   The  funds  appropriated  to  the
Department of Public Utility Control in sections 8
and  18  of  this  act,  for  the  Nuclear  Energy
Advisory Council, shall be used to  reimburse  the
members  of  the  council  for  necessary expenses
incurred in the performance of their duties.
    Sec.  69.  The  Division  of  Criminal Justice
shall not  move  to  new  facilities  unless  such
facilities are owned by the state on the effective
date of this act.
    Sec.   70.   Up   to  $340,000  of  the  funds
appropriated to the Department of Public Health in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of special act 96-8, for other expenses,
shall  not  lapse on June 30, 1997, and such funds
shall continue to be available for expenditure for
a  microfilming  project  during  the  fiscal year
ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  71.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the Department of Public Safety in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1 of  special  act  96-8,  the  unexpended
balance   of   the   funds   appropriated  to  the
department in section 12 of special act 95-12,  as
amended  by section 2 of special act 96-8, and the
unexpended balance of the funds transferred by the
Finance Advisory Committee, for fleet acquisition,
shall not lapse on June 30, 1997, and  such  funds
shall continue to be available for expenditure for
such purpose during the fiscal  year  ending  June
30, 1998.
    Sec.  72.  The unexpended balance of the funds
transferred by the Finance Advisory  Committee  to
the Children and Youth Program Development account
within the Office of Policy and Management,  shall
not  lapse  on June 30, 1997, and such funds shall
continue to be available for expenditure for  such
purpose  during  the  fiscal  year ending June 30,
1998.
    Sec.  73.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
sections  24,  25  and  26  of   this   act,   the
appropriation  to The University of Connecticut of
$148,501,722   in   Fiscal   Year   1997-98    and
$155,253,959  in  Fiscal Year 1998-99 shall be the
allotment for each such fiscal year, provided that
in  the  event  of  an  early retirement incentive
program the Secretary of the Office of Policy  and
Management may secure in Fiscal Year 1997-98 total
savings $1,677,899 with an allotment reduction  of
not  more  than $1,364,368 and the balance through
fringe benefit savings, and may secure  in  Fiscal
Year  1998-99  total savings of $1,723,606 with an
allotment reduction of not  more  than  $1,401,534
and  the  balance  through fringe benefit savings.
Accrual payments, including the  faculty  contract
adjustment,  resulting  from  the early retirement
incentive program shall be funded by the Office of
Policy and Management.
    Sec.  74.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
sections  24,  25  and  26  of   this   act,   the
appropriation  to the Connecticut State University
System of $107,352,895 in Fiscal Year 1997-98  and
$108,969,239  in  Fiscal Year 1998-99 shall be the
allotment for each such fiscal year, provided that
in  the  event  of  an  early retirement incentive
program the Secretary of the Office of Policy  and
Management may secure in Fiscal Year 1997-98 total
savings $1,322,322 with an allotment reduction  of
not  more  than $1,075,233 and the balance through
fringe benefit savings, and may secure  in  Fiscal
Year  1998-99  total savings of $1,577,902 with an
allotment reduction of not  more  than  $1,283,056
and the balance through fringe benefit savings.
    Sec.  75.  Notwithstanding  the  provisions of
sections  24,  25  and  26  of   this   act,   the
appropriation  to the Regional Community-Technical
College  System  of  $93,020,751  in  Fiscal  Year
1997-98  and  $93,954,201  in  Fiscal Year 1998-99
shall be the allotment for each such fiscal  year,
provided  that in the event of an early retirement
incentive program the Secretary of the  Office  of
Policy  and  Management  may secure in Fiscal Year
1997-98 total savings $1,402,536 with an allotment
reduction  of  not  more  than  $1,140,459 and the
balance through fringe benefit  savings,  and  may
secure  in  Fiscal  Year  1998-99 total savings of
$1,376,690 with an allotment reduction of not more
than  $1,119,442  and  the  balance through fringe
benefit savings.
    Sec.  76.  The sum of $750,000 appropriated to
The University of  Connecticut  Health  Center  in
section  1  and section 11 of this act may be used
in the sole discretion of  the  health  center  to
assist  in  the  placement  of  University  Health
Professional bargaining unit members  affected  by
position  elimination  in positions in other state
agencies for retention of such  employees  by  The
University of Connecticut Health Center.
    Sec.  77.  The  provisions of sections 24, 25,
and  26  of  this  act  shall  not  apply  to  the
constituent  units  of  the State System of Higher
Education.
    Sec.  78.  The  sum of $1,000,000 appropriated
to the Department of  Banking  in  section  16  of
special  act  95-12, for other expenses, shall not
lapse on  June  30,  1997  and  such  funds  shall
continue  to  be  available for expenditure during
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  79.  The unexpended balance of the funds
appropriated to the Department of Public Health in
section  11  of  special  act 95-12, as amended by
section 1  of  special  act  96-8,  for  Community
Health  Centers, shall not lapse on June 30, 1997,
and such funds shall continue to be available  for
expenditure  for  such  purpose  during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1998.
    Sec.  80.  Not less than $400,000 appropriated
to  the  Department  of  Economic  and   Community
Development  in  section  1  of  this act shall be
allocated  to  the  Connecticut  Tourism   Council
established  under  section  32-301 of the general
statutes. The council shall allocate not less than
$150,000  of  such amount to the Connecticut Film,
Video and Media Office established  under  section
32-86a of the general statutes.

    Sec. 81. EARLY RETIREMENT INCENTIVE PROGRAM

There  shall  be  an  Early  Retirement  Incentive
Program (ERIP) offered to full-time and  part-time
state  employees,  as described below, in addition
to the normal retirement program.

A. Eligibility Rules.

The  following  members  of  the  State  Employees
Retirement System  (SERS)  shall  be  eligible  to
participate in the program:

    1.  All  state  employees who will be at least
fifty-two years of age on or before July 31, 1997,
and  who retire directly from employment and begin
immediately receiving normal or  early  retirement
benefits  under  Tier  I or Tier II effective from
April 1, 1997 to August 1, 1997, inclusive;
    2.  Who  have  at  least ten years of credited
state service in the SERS; and
    3.  In the case of hazardous duty employees, a
minimum of twenty years of credited state  service
in the SERS.

B. Effective Date of Retirement.

All   retirements   under  the  program  shall  be
effective not earlier  than  April  1,  1997,  nor
later  than August 1, 1997. At the state's option,
the  effective  date  of  any  retirement  may  be
deferred on a case by case basis to not later than
August 1, 1998, for  hazardous  duty  members  and
members  employed  by  the  Office  of  the  State
Comptroller. Requests to defer retirement shall be
made  in  writing to the member with copies to the
appropriate bargaining unit representative. If the
state requests a hazardous duty member or a member
employed by the Office of the State Comptroller to
stay  beyond  August  1,  1997,  and  the employee
refuses to do so, he shall continue to be eligible
for the ERIP.

C. Incentive.

An  individual  who is eligible for the ERIP shall
be permitted to add up to three years to  his  age
or  up  to  three  years  to  his  service, or any
combination not to exceed three  years  in  total.
The  credit  shall  first be added to age until it
reaches age fifty-five.  Those  members  who  will
have  attained age fifty-five or more on or before
July 31, 1997, shall use the incentive for service
credit only. Hazardous duty members shall have the
credit added to  their  service.  Incentive  years
shall only be used in whole units of one month.

D. Medical Insurance.

Any  employee  who  retires under this program, or
under the Teachers' Retirement System (TRS) or the
Alternate  Retirement  Program  (ARP)  versions of
such program, shall be entitled to retiree  health
insurance  under  the  provisions  of  the SEBAC V
Agreement as if he had retired prior  to  June  1,
1997.

E. Restrictions.

For purposes of this plan, a full-time employee is
one who works thirty-five or more hours  per  week
or  the  applicable  full-time work schedule and a
part-time employee represented by SEBAC is one who
works  less  than a full-time schedule. Actual age
shall  be  used  in  calculation  of  all  related
benefits  including,  but  not  limited to, Plan B
reductions and Group Life Insurance.  Actual  paid
wages,  not  projected wages, shall be used in all
benefit calculations. Accrued vacation days at the
date  of retirement shall be credited as increased
service time. Disability  retirement  is  excluded
from consideration in this Incentive Program.

F. Payment for Unused Sick and Vacation Days.

Any   employee   participating  in  the  Incentive
Program shall be eligible for payment  of  accrued
sick and vacation days in accordance with existing
rules.

               REFILLING POSITIONS

A. Applicability.

The   Refill  requirements  shall  apply  only  to
positions represented by SEBAC and  vacated  as  a
result  of retirements under the ERIP effective on
April 1, May 1, June 1, July 1 or August 1, 1997.

B. Refill Amounts.

In  the  event  that  fewer  than one thousand one
hundred full-time employees in permanent positions
elect  to  take  advantage  of the ERIP, the state
shall not have an obligation to refill any of  the
one thousand one hundred positions vacated hereby.
The state shall refill at least 37.5 per  cent  of
the full-time permanent positions in excess of one
thousand one hundred. If more  than  one  thousand
five  hundred  full-time  permanent  positions are
vacated and unfilled as a result of the ERIP,  the
state  shall  refill the additional positions on a
one-for-one basis. Nothing in this ERIP  shall  be
interpreted  to  mean that the exact position must
be refilled.

Any  position which is being filled on a temporary
basis     by     an     employee     under     the
one-hundred-twenty-day  provision  of  the Pension
Agreement,  shall  not  count  in  the  number  of
positions which have to be refilled until they are
not filled on a temporary basis.

C. Excluded Positions.

The  positions  to  be  refilled  shall only cover
full-time  permanent  positions.  The   count   of
positions  to  be refilled shall not include those
employees on leave of absence, including  workers'
compensation  leaves,  and those employees who are
covered by the Teachers' Retirement System  (TRS),
or the Alternate Retirement Program (ARP).

D. Unit Based Protections.

The  full-time permanent state employee membership
of  any  SEBAC  bargaining  unit  shall   not   be
diminished  more than 5.5 per cent on a state-wide
basis as a result of  the  ERIP.  Such  bargaining
unit  membership  shall  be determined as of March
31, 1997. The state shall  make  such  refills  as
necessary  to assure that this requirement is met.
This  percentage  shall  apply   only   to   those
employees who are permanent full-time employees.

E. Calculation Period.

The  Retirement  Division  shall provide a list of
full-time  employees  in  permanent  positions  by
bargaining  unit  as  of  March 31, 1997, no later
than July 1, 1997.  Additionally,  the  Retirement
Division   shall   provide  a  list  of  full-time
employees in  permanent  positions  by  bargaining
unit   retiring  under  the  ERIP  no  later  than
September 15, 1997, less any employees not subject
to  the counting provided for under this ERIP. The
lists shall be provided  to  both  SEBAC  and  the
Office   of  Labor  Relations  in  disk  form.  In
addition, the state shall provide by September 15,
1997,  a  list  of  hazardous  duty  employees and
employees of the Office of the  State  Comptroller
who  have  elected  to take advantage of the ERIP,
but have agreed to remain beyond August  1,  1997.
The  parties  shall  meet  and  agree to the lists
within two weeks of receipt of such lists from the
Retirement Division.

Except  as  provided  below,  the state shall make
efforts to refill positions required to be  filled
under the provisions of this section no later than
October 15, 1997. The state shall provide  a  list
of  positions  which  are scheduled to be refilled
and monthly updates of the progress with refills.

F.   Refills   in  Higher  Education  Professional
Positions.

To  the  extent that General Fund savings from the
ERIP in Higher Education  unclassified  bargaining
units  exceed  the  Block Grant Operating Expenses
allotment reduction attributed to the ERIP savings
from those unclassified positions set forth in the
1997/99 Biennial Budget, those  savings  shall  be
used  to refill such positions vacated as a result
of the ERIP, or comparable positions.

                     LAYOFFS

A. Reduction of Labor Force.

Layoffs  subsequent  to  the effective date of the
early retirement incentive  plan  shall  be  those
necessary  to  achieve  (1)  the personal services
position count provided in this act, including any
program  or  service reduction or elimination, and
(2) the personal services line item amount of  any
department  or  agency  if the line item amount is
less  than  the  amount  necessary  to  fund   the
budgeted  position  count  for  the  department or
agency.

    1.  A  layoff  shall  not  be  deemed  to have
occurred if the employee bumps or is placed  under
the applicable bargaining unit contract in another
comparable position.

    2.  Limitations  on  layoff shall not apply to
appointments to positions with termination or  end
dates,   or   grant   funded  or  contract  funded
positions, nor shall  such  limitations  apply  to
nonrenewals,  which do not result in a net loss of
comparable  positions.  Additionally,  this   ERIP
shall  not prevent the giving of notices of layoff
during 1997-99 for  actions  to  be  effective  in
subsequent years.

    3.  Layoffs  at  the University of Connecticut
Health Center.

    Temporary    layoffs   of   members   of   the
University Health Professionals'  bargaining  unit
lasting  fewer  than  three  months  shall  not be
prohibited under  this  ERIP.  Employees  who  are
offered  comparable positions at the Health Center
or at other state agencies in reasonable proximity
thereto  shall  not  be  considered laid off under
this ERIP.

B. Training.

The  parties shall conduct training for agency and
union personnel  regarding  the  Early  Retirement
Incentive  Program,  and  cooperate  in conducting
informational meetings for interested employees.

C. Teachers' Retirement System.

A   program  comparable  to  the  above  shall  be
developed  and  offered  to  employees   who   are
enrolled  in the TRS rather than the SERS. Members
of  TRS  shall  not  be  included  in  the  refill
guarantee as provided above.

D. Alternate Retirement Program.

Members   of   the  Alternate  Retirement  Program
retiring on or after April 1, 1997, and not  later
than August 1, 1997, who would be eligible for the
ERIP if they were SERS members, shall  receive  an
additional  twelve per cent of their Final Average
Earnings, as defined under the SERS, paid  out  as
five  equal annual employer contributions to their
retirement account, if such is allowable  pursuant
to applicable law and regulation, or as five equal
annual  lump  sum  payments,  at  the   employee's
discretion. Neither the costs of such program, nor
any  savings  generated  thereby,   shall   affect
general fund appropriations to the institutions of
Higher Education.

E. Disputes and Arbitration.

Any  disputes under this ERIP shall be governed by
the  provisions  of  Section  14  of  the  Pension
Agreement   between   SEBAC   and   the  state  of
Connecticut, except that:

    1.  Any  union  claiming  to have members laid
off in violation of  this  ERIP  may  submit  such
claim   to  arbitration  if  the  dispute  is  not
resolved  to  such  union's  satisfaction  by  the
Pension Grievance committee; and

    2.  Disputes  claiming  that  the 5.5 per cent
requirement of this  ERIP  has  not  been  met  or
raising  other  bargaining  unit  specific  issues
under this ERIP shall be handled by  the  affected
union   and   the   state   through  that  union's
contractual grievance procedure, provided  nothing
in  such  unit's  collective  bargaining agreement
shall diminish the protections in this ERIP; and

    3.  The  impartial  arbitrator under this ERIP
shall be selected by mutual agreement  or,  absent
such  agreement,  by  the  process of the American
Arbitration.

   RETIREE INSURANCE FOR TIER II EMPLOYEES AND
  EMPLOYEES COVERED BY THE ALTERNATE RETIREMENT
                     PROGRAM

    (1)  The five year vesting provisions of SEBAC
V shall not affect the  retiree  health  insurance
entitlement  of  Tier  II  employees,  unless such
employee transitions directly into retirement,  or
leaves  state  service because there is not a fair
assurance of continued employment.
    (2)   Employees   covered   by  the  Alternate
Retirement Program shall  be  entitled  to  health
insurance  upon  retirement  on  the same basis as
SERS-covered employees with the same date of hire.

    Sec.  82.  As  used in sections 83, 84, and 85
of this act:
    (1)    "Information    systems"    means   the
combination  of  data  processing   hardware   and
software   in   the   collection,  processing  and
distribution  of  data  to  and  from  interactive
computer-based   systems   to  meet  informational
needs.
    (2)  "State  agency"  means  each  department,
board, council, commission, institution  or  other
agency  of  the  executive department of the state
government,   provided   each   board,    council,
commission,  institution  or other agency included
by law within any given department shall be deemed
a  division  of  that  department. The term "state
agency" shall  include  (A)  the  offices  of  the
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Attorney
General, Secretary of the  State  and  Comptroller
and  (B)  all  operations  of  an agency which are
funded by either the General  Fund  or  a  special
fund.
    (3)     "Telecommunication    systems"   means
telephone equipment and  transmission  facilities,
either  alone  or  in combination with information
systems, for the electronic  distribution  of  all
forms  of  information,  including voice, data and
images.
    Sec.  83.  (a)  From July 1, 1997, to June 30,
1999, inclusive, no  contracts  or  amendments  to
contracts     for     information     system    or
telecommunication system facilities, equipment  or
services, which, in the aggregate, have a value in
excess of ten million  dollars,  executed  by  any
state agency shall be effective except as provided
in this section and sections 84  and  85  of  this
act.
    (b)  Upon  the  execution  of  any contract or
amendment which exceeds such aggregate amount, and
upon  the  execution of any subsequent contract or
amendment, the state agency  shall  promptly  file
the contract or amendment with the State Auditors.
    (c)  Not later than ninety days after any such
contract or amendment  is  filed  with  the  State
Auditors,  such  auditors  (1)  shall  conduct  an
independent  evaluation   of   the   contract   or
amendment  to  determine  whether the selection of
the contractor and the provisions of the  contract
or  amendment  serve  the  best  interests  of the
state,  including,  but  not   limited   to,   (A)
efficiency,    (B)    economy,    (C)   contractor
qualifications, including,  but  not  limited  to,
capacity  for  performance and accountability, and
(D) effective delivery of services, and (2)  shall
submit a report on their findings and conclusions,
and the contract  or  amendment,  to  the  General
Assembly,  through  the  clerks  of  the  House of
Representatives and the Senate. The State Auditors
may execute contracts with independent consultants
for assistance in conducting such  evaluation  and
preparing such report.
    (d)  Upon  receipt  of a report and a contract
or  amendment  from  the  State   Auditors   under
subsection (c) of this section, the speaker of the
House of Representatives  and  the  president  pro
tempore  of  the Senate shall refer the report and
contract  or  amendment  to  the  joint   standing
committees   of   the   General   Assembly  having
cognizance of matters relating  to  appropriations
and  the  budgets of state agencies and government
administration, for their review. Such contract or
amendment  shall  take effect sixty days after the
State Auditors submit the report and  contract  or
amendment  to  the  General  Assembly  unless  the
General  Assembly   rejects   such   contract   or
amendment  as  a  whole by a majority vote of both
houses.
    Sec.  84.  (a)  From July 1, 1997, to June 30,
1999, inclusive, no business entity or  individual
shall  be  awarded  a  contract  or amendment to a
contract which is subject  to  the  provisions  of
section  83 of this act, if the business entity or
individual directly or indirectly participates  in
any  of  the following activities on behalf of the
state  concerning  such  contract  or  any   other
contract  for  state  agency information system or
telecommunication system facilities, equipment  or
services:   Preparation   of   the   request   for
information or request for proposals,  development
of  bid  specifications  or proposal requirements,
evaluation of bids or proposals,  or  negotiations
with potential contractors.
    (b)  No  business  entity or individual who is
awarded any such contract may award a  subcontract
for  any  work under such contract to any business
entity or individual who has participated  in  any
of  such  activities  listed  in subsection (a) of
this section.
    Sec.  85. From July 1, 1997, to June 30, 1999,
inclusive, with  respect  to  any  state  employee
whose position is eliminated or who is laid off as
a  result  of  any  contract  or  amendment  to  a
contract  which  is  subject  to the provisions of
section 84 of this act, (1) the  contractor  shall
hire   the   employee,  upon  application  by  the
employee, or (2) the employee may transfer to  any
vacant  position  in state service for which he is
qualified,  to  the  extent  allowed   under   the
provisions   of  existing  collectively  bargained
agreements  and  the  general  statutes.  If   the
contractor  hires any such state employee and does
not provide  the  employee  with  fringe  benefits
which  are  equivalent  to,  or  greater than, the
fringe  benefits  that  the  employee  would  have
received  in  state  service, the state shall, for
two years after the employee terminates from state
service,  provide  to  the employee either (A) the
same benefits that he received from the  state  or
(B) compensation in an amount which represents the
difference in the value  of  the  fringe  benefits
that  he  received  when  in state service and the
fringe  benefits  that  he   receives   from   the
contractor.
    Sec. 86. The  appropriations  in  section 1 of
this act are  supported  by  revenue  estimates as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

Taxes                                   1997-98
Personal Income                    $ 3,097,300,000
Sales & Use                          2,695,800,000
Corporation                            632,600,000
Inheritance & Estate                   193,500,000
Hospital Gross Receipts Tax            151,800,000
Public Service                         175,000,000
Insurance Companies                    180,600,000
Cigarettes                             122,900,000
Oil Companies                           75,200,000
Real Estate Conveyance                  72,100,000
Alcoholic Beverages                     41,400,000
Admissions, Dues & Cabaret              25,300,000
Miscellaneous                           25,200,000
Total Taxes                          7,488,700,000
   Refunds of Taxes                   (670,000,000)
Net General Fund Taxes               6,818,700,000

Other Revenue
Transfers-Special Revenue              269,000,000
Indian Gaming Payments                 230,000,000
Licenses, Permits & Fees               104,100,000
Sales of Commodities & Services         40,000,000
Rents, Fines & Escheats                 33,000,000
Investment Income                       32,000,000
Miscellaneous                          110,000,000
Total Other Revenue                    818,100,000

Other Sources
Federal Grants                       1,881,000,000
Transfers- To Other Funds             (180,000,000)
Total Other Sources                  1,701,000,000

Total General Fund Revenue           9,337,800,000

    Sec.  87.  The  appropriations in section 2 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SPECIAL
TRANSPORTATION FUND

                                        1997-98
Motor Fuels Tax                       $521,200,000

Motor Vehicle Receipts                 176,000,000
Licenses, Permits, Fees                101,850,000
Interest Income                         31,000,000
Federal Grants                           3,000,000
Petroleum Products Gross
Earnings Tax Transfer                            0
Transfer to Conservation Fund             (250,000)

Total Revenue                          832,800,000
Refunds of Taxes                        (5,900,000)

Total Special Transportation Fund      826,900,000

    Sec.  88.  The  appropriations in section 3 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE -
MASHANTUCKET PEQUOT AND MOHEGAN FUND

                                         1997-98
Transfers from General Fund           $180,000,000
Total Mashantucket Pequot              180,000,000
and Mohegan Fund

    Sec.  89.  The  appropriations in section 4 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SOLDIERS,
SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND

                                         1997-98
Investment Income                       $3,500,000
Total Soldiers, Sailors                  3,500,000
and Marines' Fund

    Sec.  90.  The  appropriations in section 5 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - REGIONAL
MARKET OPERATING FUND
                                        1997-98
Rentals                                 $  850,000
Total Regional Market                      850,000
Operating Fund

    Sec.  91.  The  appropriations in section 6 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - BANKING FUND
                                        1997-98
Fees and Assessments                   $15,600,000
Total Banking Fund                      15,600,000

    Sec.  92.  The  appropriations in section 7 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE -
INSURANCE FUND
                                        1997-98
Assessments                            $14,000,000
Total Insurance Fund                    14,000,000

    Sec.  93.  The  appropriations in section 8 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CONSUMER
COUNSEL AND PUBLIC UTILITY
CONTROL FUND
                                        1997-98
Fees and Assessments                   $15,000,000
Total Consumer Counsel and Public
   Utility Control Fund                 15,000,000

    Sec.  94.  The  appropriations in section 9 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - WORKERS'
COMPENSATION FUND
                                        1997-98
Fees and Assessments                   $22,000,000
Total Workers' Compensation Fund        22,000,000

    Sec.  95.  The appropriations in section 10 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CRIMINAL
INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND
                                        1997-98
Fines                                   $1,900,000
Total Criminal Injuries                  1,900,000
Compensation Fund

    Sec.  96.  The appropriations in section 11 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - GENERAL FUND

Taxes                                   1998-99
Personal Income                    $ 3,172,000,000
Sales & Use                          2,825,900,000
Corporation                            583,900,000
Inheritance & Estate                   181,100,000
Hospital Gross Receipts                131,800,000
Public Service                         178,800,000
Insurance Companies                    186,000,000
Cigarettes                             119,800,000
Oil Companies                           56,100,000
Real Estate Conveyance                  72,100,000
Alcoholic Beverages                     41,400,000
Admissions, Dues & Cabaret              25,800,000
Miscellaneous                           26,100,000
Total Taxes                          7,600,800,000
   Refunds of Taxes                   (747,000,000)
Net General Fund Taxes               6,853,800,000

Other Revenue
Transfers-Special Revenue              278,000,000
Indian Gaming Payments                 245,000,000
Licenses, Permits, Fees                109,900,000
Sales of Commodities                    40,000,000
Rents, Fines, Escheats                  34,000,000
Investment Income                       29,000,000
Miscellaneous                          188,000,000
Total Other Revenue                    923,900,000

Other Sources
Federal Grants                       1,843,000,000
Transfers- To Other Funds              (90,000,000)
Total Other Sources                  1,753,000,000

Total General Fund Revenues          9,530,700,000

    Sec.  97.  The appropriations in section 12 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SPECIAL
TRANSPORTATION FUND

                                        1998-99
Motor Fuels  Tax                      $484,700,000

Motor Vehicle Receipts                 176,500,000
Licenses, Permits, Fees                101,850,000
Interest Income                         32,000,000
Federal Grants                           2,800,000
Petroleum Products Gross
Earnings Tax Transfer                   20,000,000
Transfer to Conservation Fund             (250,000)

Total Revenue                          817,600,000

Refunds of Taxes                        (5,600,000)

Total Special Transportation Fund      812,000,000

    Sec.  98.  The appropriations in section 13 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - MASHANTUCKET
PEQUOT AND MOHEGAN FUND
                                        1998-99
Transfers from General Fund           $ 90,000,000
Total Mashantucket Pequot               90,000,000
and Mohegan Fund

    Sec.  99.  The appropriations in section 14 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - SOLDIERS,
SAILORS AND MARINES' FUND
                                        1998-99
Investment Income                       $3,500,000
Total Soldiers, Sailors                  3,500,000
and Marines' Fund

    Sec. 100.  The appropriations in section 15 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - REGIONAL
MARKET OPERATING FUND
                                        1998-99
Rentals                                 $  850,000
Total Regional Market                      850,000
Operating Fund

    Sec. 101.  The appropriations in section 16 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - BANKING FUND
                                        1998-99
Fees and Assessments                   $15,600,000
Total Banking Fund                      15,600,000

    Sec. 102.  The appropriations in section 17 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - INSURANCE FUND
                                        1998-99
Assessments                            $14,000,000
Total Insurance Fund                    14,000,000

    Sec. 103.  The appropriations in section 18 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CONSUMER
COUNSEL AND PUBLIC
UTILITY CONTROL FUND
                                        1998-99
Fees and Assessments                   $15,000,000
Total Consumer Counsel and Public
   Utility Control Fund                 15,000,000

    Sec. 104.  The appropriations in section 19 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - WORKERS'
COMPENSATION FUND
                                        1998-99
Fees and Assessments                   $22,000,000
Total Workers' Compensation Fund        22,000,000

    Sec. 105.  The appropriations in section 20 of
this act are supported  by  revenue  estimates  as
follows:

ESTIMATED REVENUE - CRIMINAL
INJURIES COMPENSATION FUND
                                        1998-99
Fines                                   $1,900,000
Total Criminal Injuries                  1,900,000
Compensation Fund

    Sec. 106. This  act  shall take effect July 1,
1997.