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Illinois State Budget     Governor Pat Quinn      Fiscal Year 2011July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011        Printed/Created by A...
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Table of ContentsState of IllinoisHUMAN SERVICES.............................................................................
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Office of the Governor                              207 State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois 62706March 10, 2010To the Hon...
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Reader’s GuideState of IllinoisDESCRIPTION OF FUNDS                                       •   Non-Appropriated Funds are c...
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Chicago - An Illinois state income tax hike awaits Gov. Pat Quinn’s approval after passing the State Senate early Wednesday morning. Lawmakers hope the bill will help the state raise enough revenue to help climb out of a $15 million deficit.

Check out the PDF and let us know where you see possible cuts. If you have some great ideas, you can even let the governor’s office know by suggesting a solution on the state’s website .

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  2. 2. Illinois State Budget Governor Pat Quinn Fiscal Year 2011July 1, 2010 – June 30, 2011 Printed/Created by Authority of the State of Illinois www.state.il.us/budget
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  4. 4. The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada (GFOA)presented a Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to the State of Illinois, for itsannual budget for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2009 (fiscal year 2010). According toGFOA, this award “reflects the highest form of recognition in governmental budgeting.”In order to receive this award, a governmental unit must satisfy nationally recognizedguidelines for effective budget presentation. These guidelines are designed to assesshow well the entity’s budget serves as a policy document, as an operations guide, as afinancial plan, and as a communications device.The Government Finance Officers Association’s Distinguished Budget PresentationAwards Program, established in 1984, recognizes exemplary budget documentation bystate, provincial and local governments, as well as public universities and colleges.Entities participating in the program submit copies of their operating budgets for review.Each budget document is evaluated using a comprehensive evaluation checklist andthose judged proficient receive the award.We are very pleased to have received this national recognition. We believe our currentbudget continues to conform to program requirements, and we are submitting it to GFOAto determine its eligibility for another award.
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Table of ContentsState of Illinois Chapter-PageThe Governor’s Letter of TransmittalREADER’S GUIDE .........................................................................................................................................................Chapter 1 Budget Documents ........................................................................................................... 1-1 Budget Document Organization........................................................................................ 1-1 State of Illinois Organization Chart ................................................................................... 1-2 Basis of Accounting .......................................................................................................... 1-3 Guide to Understanding Agency Budget Submissions........................................................ 1-3 Agency Budget Tables ...................................................................................................... 1-4 Description of Funds ........................................................................................................ 1-8BUDGET SUMMARY....................................................................................................................................................Chapter 2 Fiscal Overview................................................................................................................. 2-1 Summary Tables I-A Operating Appropriations by Agency – All Funds ................................................... 2-17 I-B Supplementals to Complete Fiscal Year 2010 ......................................................... 2-27 II-A Revenues by Source – All Appropriated Funds ....................................................... 2-28 II-B Revenues by Source – General Funds ..................................................................... 2-29 II-C Budgeted Funds Revenues – Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Basis 2-30 II-D Budgeted Funds Expenditures – Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) Basis 2-30 III-A Road Fund ........................................................................................................... 2-31 III-B Motor Fuel Tax – State Funds ............................................................................... 2-32 IV-A Appropriated Operating Funds by Fund Group for Fiscal Year 2011 ..................... 2-33 IV-B Appropriated Operating Funds by Fund for Fiscal Year 2011 ................................ 2-34PUBLIC RETIREMENT SYSTEMS............................................................................................................................Chapter 3ECONOMIC OUTLOOK AND REVENUE FORECAST......................................................................................Chapter 4EDUCATION...................................................................................................................................................................Chapter 5 Elementary and Secondary Education Illinois State Board of Education.................................................................................. 5-1 Teachers’ Retirement System ...................................................................................... 5-8 Higher Education.............................................................................................................. 5-9 Illinois Board of Higher Education ............................................................................... 5-14 Public Universities Chicago State University........................................................................................ 5-16 Eastern Illinois University ...................................................................................... 5-18 Governors State University .................................................................................... 5-20 Illinois State University .......................................................................................... 5-22 Northeastern Illinois University ............................................................................. 5-24 Northern Illinois University.................................................................................... 5-26 Southern Illinois University.................................................................................... 5-28 University of Illinois .............................................................................................. 5-30 Western Illinois University ..................................................................................... 5-33 Illinois Community College Board ............................................................................... 5-35 Illinois Student Assistance Commission ...................................................................... 5-37 Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy .................................................................. 5-39 State Universities Retirement System .......................................................................... 5-40 State Universities Civil Service System ......................................................................... 5-41
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Table of ContentsState of IllinoisHUMAN SERVICES.......................................................................................................................................................Chapter 6 Aging, Department on ...................................................................................................... 6-1 Children and Family Services, Department of .................................................................... 6-7 Comprehensive Health Insurance Plan .............................................................................. 6-14 Healthcare and Family Services, Department of................................................................. 6-16 Human Services, Department of........................................................................................ 6-23 Illinois Deaf and Hard of Hearing Commission .................................................................. 6-36 Illinois Council on Developmental Disabilities ................................................................... 6-39 Illinois Guardianship and Advocacy Commission............................................................... 6-42 Illinois Violence Prevention Authority................................................................................ 6-45 Public Health, Department of............................................................................................ 6-48 Veterans’ Affairs, Department of ...................................................................................... 6-59PUBLIC SAFETY ............................................................................................................................................................Chapter 7 Corrections, Department of .............................................................................................. 7-1 Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority ................................................................... 7-7 Illinois Emergency Management Agency ........................................................................... 7-11 Law Enforcement Training Standards Board ...................................................................... 7-17 Military Affairs, Department of ......................................................................................... 7-20 Prisoner Review Board ...................................................................................................... 7-24 State Fire Marshal, Office of the........................................................................................ 7-27 State Police, Department of .............................................................................................. 7-31 State Police Merit Board .................................................................................................... 7-37ENVIRONMENT AND BUSINESS REGULATIONS ............................................................................................Chapter 8 Drycleaner Environmental Response Trust Fund Council ................................................... 8-1 Environmental Protection Agency ..................................................................................... 8-3 Financial and Professional Regulation, Department of....................................................... 8-10 Human Rights, Department of .......................................................................................... 8-15 Human Rights Commission............................................................................................... 8-18 Illinois Commerce Commission......................................................................................... 8-20 Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission .................................................................... 8-24 Insurance, Department of ................................................................................................. 8-27 Natural Resources, Department of .................................................................................... 8-30ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND INFRASTRUCTURE ................................................................................Chapter 9 Agriculture, Department of............................................................................................... 9-1 Commerce and Economic Opportunity, Department of ..................................................... 9-8 Illinois Power Agency........................................................................................................ 9-17 East St. Louis Financial Advisory Authority ........................................................................ 9-19 Employment Security, Department of................................................................................ 9-20 Illinois Arts Council .......................................................................................................... 9-25 Illinois Finance Authority .................................................................................................. 9-28 Illinois Historic Preservation Agency ................................................................................. 9-30 Illinois Sports Facilities Authority...................................................................................... 9-34 Labor, Department of ....................................................................................................... 9-35 Metropolitan Pier and Exposition Authority....................................................................... 9-39 Southwestern Illinois Development Authority.................................................................... 9-40 Transportation, Department of ......................................................................................... 9-41 Illinois State Toll Highway Authority ................................................................................. 9-50 Upper Illinois River Valley Development Authority............................................................. 9-53
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Table of ContentsState of IllinoisGOVERNMENT SERVICES ........................................................................................................................................Chapter 10 Elected Officials: Governor, Office of the ........................................................................................... 10-1 Lieutenant Governor, Office of the .............................................................................. 10-4 Attorney General, Office of the ................................................................................... 10-5 Secretary of State, Office of the .................................................................................. 10-8 State Comptroller, Office of the .................................................................................. 10-13 State Officers’ Salaries .......................................................................................... 10-16 State Treasurer, Office of the ...................................................................................... 10-20Judicial Agencies: Judges’ Retirement System ......................................................................................... 10-23 Judicial Inquiry Board .................................................................................................. 10-24 State Appellate Defender, Office of the ....................................................................... 10-26 State’s Attorneys Appellate Prosecutor, Office of the .................................................. 10-29 Supreme Court & Illinois Court System........................................................................ 10-32 Supreme Court Historical Preservation Commission .................................................... 10-34 General Assembly and Legislative Agencies: Auditor General, Office of the ..................................................................................... 10-35 General Assembly ....................................................................................................... 10-37 General Assembly Retirement System ......................................................................... 10-39 Government Forecasting and Accountability, Commission on...................................... 10-40 Joint Committee on Administrative Rules .................................................................... 10-40 Legislative Audit Commission ..................................................................................... 10-40 Legislative Ethics Commission .................................................................................... 10-41 Legislative Information System ................................................................................... 10-41 Legislative Printing Unit .............................................................................................. 10-42 Legislative Reference Bureau....................................................................................... 10-42 Legislative Research Unit ............................................................................................ 10-43 Architect of the Capitol, Office of the.......................................................................... 10-43 Other Boards and Commissions: Civil Service Commission ............................................................................................ 10-44 Court of Claims .......................................................................................................... 10-46 Elections, State Board of ............................................................................................. 10-52 Executive Ethics Commission ...................................................................................... 10-56 Illinois Labor Relations Board ...................................................................................... 10-58 Illinois Educational Labor Relations Board ................................................................... 10-61 Procurement Policy Board ........................................................................................... 10-63 Property Tax Appeal Board ......................................................................................... 10-65 Executive Inspector General, Office of .............................................................................. 10-67 Governor’s Office of Management and Budget .................................................................. 10-70 Capital Development Board .............................................................................................. 10-73 Central Management Services, Department of................................................................... 10-76 Revenue, Department of ................................................................................................... 10-82 Illinois Gaming Board ....................................................................................................... 10-89 Illinois Racing Board ......................................................................................................... 10-92 State Employees Retirement System.................................................................................. 10-95DEBT MANAGEMENT.................................................................................................................................................Chapter 11DEMOGRAPHIC INFORMATION............................................................................................................................Chapter 12GLOSSARY......................................................................................................................................................................Chapter 13
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  10. 10. Office of the Governor 207 State Capitol, Springfield, Illinois 62706March 10, 2010To the Honorable Members of the General Assembly and the People of the State of Illinois:I respectfully submit to you the Fiscal Year 2011 Operating Budget, a $24.8 billion general funds planthat is based on the very real conditions we all face here in our great state. With this budget, we areFIGHTING FOR ILLINOIS: fighting for jobs to revive our economy, fighting to cut costs while meetingour obligations, and fighting for our families’ futures. This budget is the result of difficult butresponsible decisions we must make during this unprecedented time in Illinois history. The nationalrecession is the longest and deepest since the Great Depression. This, along with poor fiscaldiscipline by previous administrations, has left us in a dire financial situation.In Illinois, we are facing a record $13 billion deficit for fiscal years 2010 and 2011. We needimmediate, decisive and comprehensive action to solve this structural deficit. A combination ofspending reductions, federal assistance, strategic borrowing, revenue generation and job growth isimperative to balancing our budget and imposing fiscal discipline.Responsibility is critical in times like these. We must tighten our belts in areas throughout stategovernment. This budget makes major reforms by reducing spending and takes serious action onissues that have been neglected for far too long, such as our pension system. While tough decisionshave been made, we will continue to maintain our commitment to our most vulnerable citizens andthe essential services upon which they rely.I stand for and am committed to honesty, openness and transparency in the people’s government.For the first time in our state’s history, Illinois residents have the chance to actively participate inshaping our budget priorities through the Governor’s Office of Management and Budget Web site,www.budget.illinois.gov. The overwhelming response demonstrates that people want to and willbecome engaged in the budget process when given the opportunity. Thousands of residentsprovided smart, sound and common sense solutions to solving our current budget crisis. We thankall of you who responded.I am the Building Governor and I know this state will recover from this fiscal crisis by putting peopleback to work. At 11.3 percent, our unemployment rate is unacceptable. The $31 billion capital plan– Illinois Jobs Now! – is a job-generating, capital improvement program that is reviving the state’sailing economy by creating and retaining more than 439,000 Illinois jobs. At the same time, thisplan is building schools; fixing aging roads and bridges; improving mass transit; and investing inenergy, the environment and our future.Together, we can, must and will move forward to the promising days ahead. The future will be builton a more dynamic economy driven by a shared focus on the great, hard-working people of Illinois.The task before us will not be easy, but I am confident we have the right plan to meet the challengesahead. Let us work together and make this Land of Lincoln proud and prosperous once again.Sincerely,Pat QuinnGovernor, State of Illinois
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  12. 12. The State of Illinois fiscal year 2011 budget book can be accessed online at www.state.il.us/budget or www.budget.illinois.gov
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  14. 14. State of Illinois CHAPTER 1 READER’S GUIDE www.state.il.us/budget
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  16. 16. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520A READER’S GUIDE TO THE FISCAL YEAR highlights key financial issues, and includes2011 ILLINOIS STATE BUDGET several tables that summarize appropriations, expenditures, revenues andINTRODUCTION funds. Chapter 2 concludes with the following Summary Tables:The Illinois budget process is driven by state o Table 1-A: Appropriations by Agency.constitutional and statutory requirements, a o Table 1-B: Supplemental Appropriationswide array of general guidelines and technical for Fiscal Year 2010.considerations. This Reader’s Guide is designed o Table II-A: Appropriated Revenues byto help readers understand the structure and source.content of the operating budget. It includes the o Table II-B: General Funds Revenue byfollowing sections: Source. o Table II-C: General Funds Revenue -• A description of the budget documents. Modified Accrual Basis.• An explanation of how the fiscal year 2011 o Table II-D: General Funds Expenditures - budget document is organized. Modified Accrual Basis.• An organization chart of state government. o Table III-A: Road Fund.• An explanation of the basis of budgeting. o Table III-B: Motor Fuel Tax Fund - State• A guide to reading and understanding Funds. agency budget submissions including o Table IV-A: Appropriated Operating narratives and budget tables. Funds by Fund Group for Fiscal Year• A description of the various fund types in 2011. This is a presentation of the the Illinois accounting system. projected operating cash flow for each fund group.BUDGET OPERATIONS o Table IV-B: Appropriated Operating Funds by Fund for Fiscal Year 2011.This document presents the Fiscal Year 2011 This table presents the fund balance forIllinois State Budget. It sets forth the governor’s each fund in the Illinois accountingoperating budget recommendations for the system. The end of year cash balance isperiod July 1, 2010,through June 30, 2011. equal to the beginning of year cash balance, plus receipts, minusThe state’s operating and capital budgets are disbursements.subject to the same procedures. However, the • Chapter 3 A report on the state’s PublicFiscal Year 2011 State of Illinois Capital Budget Retirement Systems.is presented in a separate document for the • Chapter 4 Illinois’ Economic Outlook andreader’s convenience. Both documents are Revenue Forecast. This chapter describesavailable at www.state.il.us/budget or Illinois’ economy within the context of thebudget.illinois.gov. national economy. Details are also provided on revenue sources and revenue forecastingBUDGET DOCUMENT ORGANIZATION methodology used by the state. • Chapters 5 through 10 cover the budgetThe Fiscal Year 2011 Illinois State Budget is recommendations for each agency and fororganized as follows: other branches of government including elected officials. The agencies are grouped• The Governor’s Letter of Transmittal to by service area of state government, with a the General Assembly and the residents of chapter dedicated to each group. The Illinois. service areas are:• Table of Contents. o Education• Chapter 1: The Reader’s Guide. o Human Services• Chapter 2: The Budget Summary of the o Public Safety state’s current fiscal plan. This chapter o Environmental and Business Regulations presents the governor’s budget priorities and key recommendations. It alsoExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 1
  17. 17. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520 o Economic Development and model, borrowing activities and financing Infrastructure schedule. o Government Services (including elected • Chapter 12: Demographic Information on officials, legislative agencies and judicial the Illinois population agencies. • Chapter 13: A Glossary of special terms.• Chapter 11: The Debt Management report describes the state’s debt affordability STATE OF ILLINOIS ORGANIZATION CHART__________________________Adapted from the Fiscal Year 2003 Illinois Comptroller Comprehensive Annual Financial Report – modified March 2010Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 2
  18. 18. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520BASIS OF BUDGETING of liabilities paid pursuant to Section 25 of the State Finance Act. The main Section 25The Illinois Constitution requires the governor programs are Medicaid and employee healthto prepare and submit a state budget to the insurance.General Assembly for the upcoming fiscal year.The budget sets forth the estimated balance of Expenditure estimates for budgeted funds takefunds available for appropriation at the into account the costs to be incurred in thebeginning of the fiscal year, the estimated budgeted fiscal year, including those to be paidreceipts, and a plan for expenditures during the from future fiscal year appropriations pursuantfiscal year. The Illinois Constitution requires the to Section 25 of the State Finance Act.governor to submit a balanced budget. Expenditure estimates in Table II-D do not include costs paid in the budgeted fiscal yearPA 90-479, enacted in 1999, amended the Civil that were incurred in the prior fiscal year.Administrative Code (State Budget Law) toprovide guidance to the governor as he Of the budgeted funds, only the Generalproposes the budget, and to the General Revenue Fund has expenditures pursuant toAssembly as it makes appropriations, regarding Section 25 of the State Finance Act. Thus,a balanced budget requirement. PA 90-479 expenditure estimates for the other funds areapplies only to six funds, which it defines as unaffected by PA 90-479.“budgeted funds”: General Revenue, CommonSchool, Education Assistance, Road, Motor Fuel Revenue and expenditure estimates also includeTax and Agricultural Premium. transfers between funds that are based on revenues received or costs incurred during theFor the budgeted funds, revenue estimates budgeted year.include the beginning fund balance, plusrevenues to be received during the budgeted All other funds must be balanced so thatyear, plus revenues due to the state as of June proposed expenditures and appropriations do30 of the budgeted fiscal year that are expected not exceed funds estimated to be available.to be collected in the two-month lapse period A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AGENCYfollowing the budgeted year. BUDGET SUBMISSIONSPA 90-479 also requires the use of the The budget recommendations of the Fiscal Year“modified accrual” basis of budgeting: revenues 2011 Illinois State Budget include a narrative ofare accounted for in the year they are due – not each agency’s operations and summary tableswhen they are received. However, the amounts of its budget.due to the state in one fiscal year but actuallyreceived in the following fiscal year are typically AGENCY NARRATIVEsmall and consistent over time, and are due tothe normal payment cycles set forth in law. For The narrative for each agency includes theinstance, final monthly sales tax payments are following sections:due the state on the 20th day of the monthfollowing the sale. Consequently, final sales tax • Strategic Initiatives and Priorities: A briefpayments for June sales are received in July, the description of items included in the fiscalfirst month of the ensuing fiscal year. year 2011 budget recommendation that help to achieve the agency’s goals andLikewise, revenue estimates include only those objectives.revenues due to the state during the fiscal year, • Achievements and Accountability: A briefJuly 1 through June 30. They do not include description of recent agency programmingrevenues collected in the lapse period of the and/or operational achievements.budgeted fiscal year (through August 31), which • About the Agency: Provides a link to thewere due to the state as of June 30 of that year. agency web page. • Agency Mission: A statement reflecting theRevenue estimates also include federal core objective of the agency.reimbursements associated with the recognitionExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 3
  19. 19. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520• Summary of Agency Operations: A brief action are shown by division as classified by description of agency duties and the comptroller. responsibilities.• Agency Resources Employed: A table Headcount by Division summarizing funding sources, • The agency’s headcount by division is recommended appropriations and two-year presented, showing actual headcount at the history of actual appropriations. Also end of fiscal year 2009, estimated included is a three-year headcount trend. headcount for fiscal year 2010 and• Programs: A summary table of resources recommended headcount for fiscal year allocated to each program within the 2011. agency. Column Descriptions• Performance Measures: A table that • The fiscal year 2009 appropriations column captures the agency’s progress in key areas reports all original and supplemental that relate to its strategic priorities and core appropriations and reappropriations enacted mission. Emphasis is placed on outcomes, by the General Assembly and signed into law that is, results that impact the public. by the governor for fiscal year 2009. TheAGENCY BUDGET TABLES amounts also reflect approved two percent transfers and executive orders issued by theThe budget tables provide summary detail on governor.each agency’s budget. The budget tables listeach agency’s appropriations and expenditures • Fiscal year 2009 expenditures include thoseby major fund group, by fund and by division, as incurred from July 1, 2008 through June 30,well as the agency’s headcount by division. 2009, and during the two-month lapsePersonnel detail forms, which list the agency’s period ending August 31, 2009. During thestaff by division and position title, are available lapse period, outstanding fiscal year 2009in a separate volume. remaining state obligations were liquidated.Appropriations by Major Fund Group • Fiscal year 2010 appropriations reflect all• The appropriations recommendations original and supplemental appropriations for requiring General Assembly action are fiscal year 2010 enacted by the General shown by type of expenditure for each of Assembly and signed by the governor three major fund groups: general funds, through January 31, 2010. This column also other state funds and federal funds. reports changes due to approved two percent transfers and executive orders• Within each fund group, the appropriations issued by the governor. and expenditures are further subdivided into major categories such as personal services • Fiscal year 2010 estimated expenditures and fringe benefits, contractual services, reflect the expenditures projected to be other operations and refunds, designated incurred through the fiscal year, including purposes, and grants. Each appropriation the lapse period, and also account for for designated purposes and grants is listed anticipated two percent transfers, but do not individually. include the requested fiscal year 2010 supplemental appropriations shown in TableAppropriations by Fund I-B.• The agency’s resources are shown in total for each fund requiring appropriations by • Fiscal year 2011 appropriations show the the General Assembly. recommended, or in the case of other elected officials or legislative/judicialAppropriations by Division branches of government, requested budget.• The agency’s new appropriations and reappropriations requiring General Assembly An example of the Budget Table follows.Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 4
  20. 20. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520 Actual Maximum Prior year Actual Estimated Current Appropriation Spending Authority Spending Year Spending recommended by (including lapse (including lapse the governor period spending) period spending)Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 5
  21. 21. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520 Actual Maximum Prior year Actual Estimated Current Appropriation Spending Authority Spending Year Spending recommended by (including lapse (including lapse the governor period spending) period spending)Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 6
  22. 22. Readers Guide www.state.il.us/budget 108 State House Springfield, IL 62706State of Illinois 217.782.4520 Actual Maximum Prior year Actual Estimated Current Appropriation Spending Authority Spending Year Spending recommended by (including lapse (including lapse the governor period spending) period spending)Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 7
  23. 23. Reader’s GuideState of IllinoisDESCRIPTION OF FUNDS • Non-Appropriated Funds are composed primarily of Federal and State Trust Funds,• The funds in the Illinois accounting system and include a few Special State Funds. are classified into two broad categories: Appropriated and Non-Appropriated Funds. The following chart describes the major• Appropriated Funds are further classified appropriated fund types, as well as the sources into eight fund groups: General, Highway, and uses of those funds: Special State, Bond Financed, Debt Service, Federal Trust, Revolving and State Trust Funds. STATE OF ILLINOIS MAJOR FUND GROUP Fund Group Sources Purposes/UsesGeneral Funds State income taxes, Support the regular operating and administrative expenses of sales taxes, other most state agencies. Include General Revenue Fund, Education taxes and fees Assistance Fund, Common School Fund and General Revenue-Common School Special Account Fund.Highway Funds Motor fuel taxes, Receive and distribute special assessments related to vehicle registrations, transportation. Support transportation-related activities at the licenses and fees state and local levels.Special State Taxes and fees Represent a segregation of accounts restricted to the revenuesFunds and expenditures of a specific source. Support such diverse activities as medical assistance, children’s services, environmental cleanup, financial regulation and health insurance. They are designated in Section 5 of the State Finance Act (30 ILCS 105/5) as special funds in the State Treasury and not elsewhere classified.Bond Financed Build Illinois and Receive and administer the proceeds of various state bondFunds General Obligation issues. Pay for capital improvements to local schools, state (GO) bonds facilities, higher education facilities, development of coal-burning power plants, local water and wastewater treatment facilities, public transportation, airports, environmental programs and economic development projects.Debt Service Transfers in from Account for the resources obtained and accumulated to payFunds other funds interest and principal on debt obligations. Provide for debt service payments on state bonds.Federal Trust Federal grants Support grants and contracts between state agencies and theFunds federal government. Administered for specific purposes established by terms of grants and contracts. Support a variety of programs including education, healthcare, human services, community development, transportation and energy.Revolving Funds Repayments on Finance the operations of state agencies that render services to project loans other state agencies on a cost reimbursement basis; support local capital projects. Appropriation of these funds depends upon intra-governmental service requirements and appropriation of other state agencies.State Trust Funds Various Hold funds on behalf of other entities or individuals (such as pensions). Established by statute or under statutory authority for specific purposes.Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 1 - 8
  24. 24. State of Illinois CHAPTER 2 BUDGET SUMMARY www.state.il.us/budget
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  26. 26. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of IllinoisTHE STATE’S GREAT CHALLENGE higher than the previous year. While national and state economic development programs areStructural Deficit & Great Recession creating jobs and opportunities, recovery is slowIllinois faces a fiscal crisis. The worldwide Great and currently not sufficient to create the numberRecession and the state’s structural deficit have of jobs our nation demands.combined to create unprecedented obstacles forour elected officials and citizens. In fiscal year The Revenue Problem2010, many attempts to address problems— Meeting the Great Recession is Illinois’ structuralsuch as pension and tax reform—fell short, deficit—a situation wherein the state’sincreasing the severity of the structural deficit expenditures consistently exceed revenues.and delaying tough decisions that will affect our With historically high unemployment, the state’sstate for decades. For fiscal year 2011, we must revenues have suffered. Individual income taxdo better. revenue is down 4 percent from the previous year, as of February 28, 2010; sales tax is downAround the globe, the Great Recession has taken 5 percent. In the past two fiscal years, the biga toll on even the most robust economies. This three tax categories (individual income,recession is unlike those previously seen, and its corporate income and sales) have declined 14end has yet to be written. percent.Every state in our country is still reeling from These significant revenue declines come at athe foreclosure crisis and de-leveraging of the time when state resources are being squeezedbanking industry. Though big business profits by increasing costs, with pensions, humanimproved in calendar year 2009, success on services, health care, and educationcorporate balance sheets was not paired with expenditures leading the way and accounting forsuccess in citizens’ pocketbooks. As our nation about 90 percent of the annual budget. Pensionwades through this jobless recovery, the Illinois reform and difficult choices regarding humanunemployment rate, 11.3 percent as of January service programs, healthcare eligibility and the31, 2010, exceeds the national average and is P-12 and higher educational systems arenearly three percentage points required to reign in these expenditures. Source: Governors Office GENERAL FUND REVENUES of Management & Budget FY2008 - FY2011 (in $ millions) $30,000 THE REVENUE PROBLEM $29,500 FY2011 Revenues are forecasted to be over $2 billion less than FY2008, $29,000 despite almost a half billion in Federal Stimulus dollars in FY2011 $28,500 $28,000 $29,659 $27,500 $29,144 $27,000 $27,995 $27,444 $26,500 $26,000 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 (Est.) FY11 (Budget)Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 1
  27. 27. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of IllinoisThe Pension Problem retirement, while moderating the fiscal burdenWhile revenues have declined approximately $2 on the state by reducing longer-term pensionbillion in the last three years, pension costs have obligations by more than $100 billion throughincreased over $2 billion. Without stabilization, 2045. Such stabilization, which calls forthe problem will only compound in years to changes that would affect newly-hired, mostlycome. young employees, would alleviate current and future burdens of a system that has beenThe Governor’s proposal to stabilize the state- underfunded for decades.funded public retirement systems would providepublic employees with a fair and secure Source: Governors Office GENERAL FUND of Management & Budget PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS GROWTH * $5,000 FY2000-FY2011 (in $millions) $4,624 $4,500 $4,357 THE PENSION PROBLEM $4,052 $4,000 $3,500 Required Pension contributions have increased by over 300% $3,000 since FY2000 $2,924 $2,500 $2,249 $2,111 $1,939 $2,000 $1,614 $1,470 $1,500 $1,339 $1,238 $1,230 $1,131 $1,000 $500 $- FY2000 FY2001 FY2002 FY2003 FY2004 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010 ** FY2011 FY2011 (Stabilzation) * FY2003-FY2011 includes debt service on FY2003 Pension Obligation Bonds ** FY2010 General Fund Pension Contribution was largely financed by issuance of $3,466 million in Pension Obligation NotesExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 2
  28. 28. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of IllinoisTHE FIVE PILLARS OF FISCAL RECOVERY some elected officials, has been the easy way out. But it is a form of borrowing that requiresGiven the revenue and pension problems, and little action. It is passive borrowing. And at 1the obligations the state has to provide for its percent per month, it is also expensivecitizens, Illinois cannot cut its way out of this borrowing. Elected officials must explore otherdeficit. Rather, a multi-faceted fiscal strategy means of financing our state’s obligations, untilmust be pursued. The Five Pillars of Fiscal such time as new and growing revenue canRecovery, utilized together, can provide much- match leaner spending.needed fiscal relief now, while protecting myriadimportant programs and services. The Five Some combination of short-, intermediate- andPillars can also set Illinois on a path of fiscal and long-term borrowing—including borrowing fromeconomic recovery and long-term sustainability. a rainy-day fund of the state’s own money— would provide the state with the flexibility toRequest continued FEDERAL ASSISTANCE address many current needs while maintaining athrough the recession long-term focus. But until Illinois addresses itsThe federal government’s stimulus plan brought structural deficit—and takes on the fundamentalbillions of dollars to Illinois and funded vital challenges threatening the budget and theservices like education and health care. As state—its bond ratings will continue to suffer.federal stimulus dollars are exhausted over the Future ratings downgrades could be quitenext fiscal year, decreased federal assistance costly, and are likely if no corrective actions arewill have serious consequences in Illinois. taken.Reduced federal funds will result in fewerteachers and overcrowded classrooms. Continue to CUT SPENDINGChildren’s health care coverage and prescription In Fiscal Year 2010, Governor Quinn oversawdrug coverage for seniors will be jeopardized, reductions in leased office space, declines inand businesses throughout Illinois may be travel reimbursements, cuts to select programsforced to close down. Governor Quinn is across many agencies, and decreases in thecommitted to working with the President and government’s workforce, with headcount downmembers of Illinois’ Congressional delegation in over 1,000 since he took office.support of continued federal assistance. For fiscal year 2011, the belt-tightening willUse short-, intermediate- and long-term continue, and the cuts will be deep. SuchBORROWING decisions do not come without bold convictionThe budget presented herein contains an and fierce resolve, but they will be necessary toincrease in structured borrowing. Balancing the return our state’s finances to a firm footing.budget on the backs of our providers—many ofwhich are small businesses, vital to the future of Nearly every area of government and our stateour economy—is one form of borrowing, and for will be affected by fiscal year 2011 cuts, including: Department of Central Management Services • Education Bureau of Property Management • Local governments Lease Consolidation Savings Time • Human services Number Square • Health care Period Lease Cost of Lease Footage through Terminations Savings Savings • State police 3/4/10 • Government operations FY10 52 $11,466,061 661,106<1/29/09* 59 $12,997,090 742,239 Adopt REVENUE ENHANCEMENTS*The date Governor Quinn took office Even with continued federal assistance, borrowing and reduced spending, the state is still faced with a shortfall of several billion dollars. Illinois’ current tax structure can noExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 3
  29. 29. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of Illinoislonger finance the state’s fundamental needs. Governor’s Office is working closely withIllinois’ income tax rate is the lowest (among agencies to create and improve metrics that willthose with an income tax) of any state in the promote quality management, accountability,country, and it relies heavily on taxing working and performance. More robust performancefamilies. Revenue enhancements would enable metrics will allow agencies to better evaluatethe state to continue investing in education, their programs’ success, as well as providehealthcare, human services and public safety. valuable information to citizens about the use of their tax dollars.Promote JOB GROWTHThe future success of Illinois depends on a Illinois Health Information Exchange Initiativestrong fiscal footing and a robust economy. (HIE)Last spring, the General Assembly passed and The Governor’s Office of Health Informationthe Governor signed Illinois Jobs Now!, a $31 Technology is leading a statewide and multi-billion capital program which finances projects agency initiative to facilitate the exchange ofin communities throughout the state to health information among Illinois healthcarestimulate job growth and the Illinois economy. providers. HIE will enable healthcare providersIt will support nearly 439,000 jobs. to securely share and access vital health information electronically, to reduce medicalEconomic development cannot stop there. errors and improve patient care coordination.Illinois must welcome new companies the state, Initial funding for HIE comes from an Americanpromote growth in economically-depressed Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grant.regions, encourage small business owners, andcontinue to expand exports and foreign direct In the short-term, this initiative maximizesinvestments. available ARRA funding. In the longer-term, the Medicare and Medicaid programs expect toTo spur economic growth, strategic tax credits realize significant cost savings by eliminatingmust be offered. In January, the governor and redundant testing and reducing hospitalFord Motor Company announced 1,200 new jobs readmissions and other costs that result fromwould come to Illinois as Ford will manufacture poor care coordination.its next-generation Explorer in Chicago. Illinois’Economic Development for a Growing Economy Integrated Care Delivery System(EDGE) tax credit allows the auto industry to The Department of Healthcare and Familyretain employee income tax withholdings and Services (HFS) has taken the first step inreinvest those funds into operations to generate significantly reforming the delivery of care togreater employment. the most vulnerable populations covered by Medicaid. HFS issued a request for proposalsINITIATIVES seeking managed care organizations to provide adults with disabilities and older adults in theJob Creation Tax Credit Medicaid program the full spectrum of MedicaidTo promote job growth in Illinois, for one year, covered services through an integrated carebeginning this April, small businesses would delivery system. The first phase of the programreceive a $2,500 credit for each permanent full- will focus on traditional medical services withtime job they create. A total of $50 million later phases coordinating long-term care. Thewould be available throughout the state on a initial phase is expected to save taxpayers closefirst-come-first-serve basis. For-profit and non- to $200 million in its initial five-year period.profit business with fewer than 50 employeesare eligible for the credit. UPDATESPerformance Metrics Both ARRA and Illinois Jobs Now! are crucial toIn response to PA 96-0045, the Public the economic recovery of our state and nation.Accountability and Performance System Act, the Many recovery dollars are at work now andExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 4
  30. 30. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of Illinoisprojects are underway. The result of these expected to spur economic growth and createeconomic recovery and development projects nearly 440,000 jobs in Illinois.will be seen in months and years to come. The construction plan will provide funding toARRA build critically needed schools, improve roads,Since President Obama signed the American repair bridges, protect natural resources,Recovery and Reinvestment Act on February 17, improve public transit, make investments in2009, Illinois has been awarded over $13.5 energy and the environment, and provide accessbillion in grants and entitlements. Of awarded to capital for economic development, affordablefunds, Illinois paid out nearly $6 billion to housing and community health centersschools, service providers, and companies. throughout the state.Illinois is ranked third in the nation for totaldollars expended with 63 percent of available Through March, $1.637 billion of bonds havefunds spent. Through ARRA, approximately been sold for Illinois Jobs Now!, and an63,000 Illinois jobs have been created or saved. additional $1.056 billion is scheduled to be sold through the end of fiscal year 2010.Highlights of ARRA-financed projects follow:• $1.23 billion to bring high-speed FY 2011 Agency Total passenger rail service to Illinois by 2014. Appropriations Illinois is one of only three states to receive Board Of Higher Education 341,638,368 over $1billion for high-speed passenger rail. Capital Development Board 1,925,611,248 The network is designed to connect Midwest Chicago State University 61,557,794 cities to Chicago with reliable high-speed Department Of Agriculture 39,648,881 Department Of Central Management Services 181,541,897 and conventional intercity rail service. Department Of Children And Family Services 27,587,874 Department Of Commerce And Economic Opportunity 2,125,950,445• Nearly $1 billion in energy investments. Department Of Corrections 419,155,579 Energy funding in Illinois will weatherize an Department Of Human Services 138,022,097 estimated 27,000 homes, provide rebates to Department Of Military Affairs 70,430,215 Department Of Natural Resources 927,124,523 upgrade to energy efficient appliances, Department Of Public Health 170,153,465 support renewable energy and upgrade local Department Of Revenue 156,595,064 and state transportation resources to lower Department Of State Police 81,277,455 emissions vehicles. Department Of Transportation 19,055,232,318 Department Of Veterans Affairs 115,985,907• $1.3 billion for transportation. Eastern Illinois University 21,769,302 Governors State University 28,908,052 Illinois has committed to completing 1,011 Illinois Commerce Commission 46,123 miles of road repair (reconstruction, Illinois Community College Board 637,147,143 patching and resurfacing) and 62 bridge Illinois Emergency Management Agency 25,000,000 repair/replacements on the state and local Illinois Environmental Protection Agency 1,892,523,208 Highway system. Ten Illinois airports Illinois Finance Authority 13,010,142 received ARRA funds to rehabilitate runways Illinois Historic Preservation Agency 28,795,568 Illinois Mathematics And Science Academy 10,360,151 and taxiways. Infrastructure funds are being Illinois Medical District Commission 3,864,045 expended quickly, 496 ARRA contracts have Illinois State University 90,577,388 been awarded and 175 have been Northeastern Illinois University 91,009,635 completed. Northern Illinois University 67,591,820 Office Of The Architect Of The Capitol 107,462,587 Office Of The Attorney General 2,135,040Capital program and Illinois Jobs Now! Office Of The Secretary Of State 349,999,790Last spring Governor Quinn and the General Southern Illinois University 211,435,701Assembly enacted Illinois Jobs Now!, the state’s State Board Of Education 430,000,000first new capital program in more than 10 years. Supreme Court 17,319,426Illinois Jobs Now will utilize $15 billion in state University Of Illinois 456,796,728funds, $13.2 billion in federal funds and $2.7 Western Illinois University 147,882,073 Total Capital Appropriations 30,471,147,052billion from local sources. Over six years, it isExecutive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 5
  31. 31. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of Illinois Appendix A Chart 1: 5-Year Savings Impact on the Operating Chart 2: 5-Year Cost Impact on the Operating Budget ($2.0 Budget ($1.6 million) million) Savings on Repair and Increase in Maintenance, Personnel Cost, $222,069, $500,000, 25% 13% Increase in Utility Savings on Cost, $1,465,000, Utilities, 75% $1,426,774, 87% Select State Facility Maintenance Projects: Anticipated Operational Savings 2 ($ whole) Fiscal Year User Agency and Location Project Description 1 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Total 3 State Facilities Department of Agriculture Centralia Diagnostic Lab Replace Roof $13,437 $6,748 $6,748 $6,748 $6,748 $40,430 Illinois State Fairgrounds Replace HVAC - Administration Building Chillers $42,798 $38,798 $38,798 $38,798 $38,798 $197,989 Illinois State Fairgrounds Replace Roof $83,646 $42,008 $42,008 $42,008 $42,008 $251,679 Office of the Architect of the Capitol Capital Complex HVAC Renovation & Upgrade $36,028 $36,028 $36,028 $36,028 $36,028 $180,139 Central Management Services James R. Thompson Center   HVAC Renovation and Upgrade $26,864 $26,864 $26,864 $26,864 $26,864 $134,319 Elgin Regional Office Building Upgrade HVAC System $33,127 $28,127 $28,127 $28,127 $28,127 $145,637 Collinsville State Office Building Replace Roof $54,809 $25,378 $25,378 $25,378 $25,378 $156,323 Office of the Attorney General Attorney General Building Replace Light Ballasts $72,904 $72,904 $72,904 $72,904 $72,904 $364,520 Department of Human Services Illinois School for Visually Impaired Replace Roof $4,759 $2,390 $2,390 $2,390 $2,390 $14,319 Department of Corrections Southwestern Correctional Center Replace Roof $7,746 $3,890 $3,890 $3,890 $3,890 $23,308 Logan Correctional Center Replace Roof $7,746 $3,890 $3,890 $3,890 $3,890 $23,308 Vienna Correctional Center Replace Roof $8,316 $4,177 $4,177 $4,177 $4,177 $25,023 Department of Juvenile Justice Illinois Youth Center-Joliet Replace Roof $1,160 $583 $583 $583 $583 $3,490 Illinois Youth Center-Pere Marquette Replace Roof $2,065 $1,037 $1,037 $1,037 $1,037 $6,214 Illinois Youth Center-St Charles HVAC replacement for residential cottages $19,629 $15,629 $15,629 $15,629 $15,629 $82,145 ANTICIPATED TOTAL OPERATING SAVINGS $415,035 $308,452 $308,452 $308,452 $308,452 $1,648,843 Select State Facility Projects: Anticipated Impact on Operational Costs 2 ($ whole) Fiscal Year User Agency and Location Project Description 1 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Total 3 State Facilities Illinois Historic Preservation Springfield Purchase the Tinley Dry Goods Store $43,000 $43,000 $43,000 $43,000 $43,000 $215,000 Illinois State Police Belleville Construct New Metro-East Forensic Lab $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $500,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 $1,250,000 ANTICIPATED TOTAL OPERATING COSTS $393,000 $393,000 $393,000 $393,000 $393,000 $1,965,000 Footnotes: 1 Projects listed are presented as part of the FY10 Illinois Jobs Now! Capital Plan. Projects are subject to change depending upon such factors as funding availability and unforeseen emergencies at other state facilities, etc. 2 Project completion estimates are provided by the Capital Development Board. 3 Amounts represented are in present day dollars and not adjusted for inflation.Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 6
  32. 32. FY2011: Fiscal Overview & Budget www.state.il.us/budget 108 State HouseSummary Springfield, IL 62706 217.782.4520State of IllinoisFINANCIAL SUMMARY General funds - The largest fund group, in terms of dollars, are the General Funds. ThisThe proposed level of operating appropriations fund group represents 47.4 percent of totalfrom all funds in fiscal year 2011 is $51.7 recommended appropriations and consists ofbillion, compared to a fiscal year 2010 the General Revenue Fund, the Common Schoolappropriation of $53.7 billion. This represents a Fund, the Education Assistance Fund and thedecrease of $2.0 billion from fiscal year 2010. General Revenue-Common School SpecialAppropriations are made from individual funds, Account Fund. The General Funds support thethe names of which are often indicative of either largest proportion of state programs as well asthe purpose of the appropriation or the major the executive, legislative and judicial branchessource of the funds’ receipts. The following of state government. The General Funds aretable shows appropriations by major fund commonly known as the state’s operating funds.group. Special State Funds - The next largest fund Operating Appropriations by Fund Group group, in terms of dollars, are the Special State Fiscal Year 2011 Funds. Included within this group are the following major categories:All Funds Total - $51.7 Billion Federal Trust • Highway Funds – These funds include the Funds 18.8% state Construction Account Fund (only Special State presented in the capital budget), the Road Funds Fund, the Grade Crossing Protection Fund (only presented in the capital budget) and 25.2% Highway Funds 4.0% the Motor Fuel Tax Fund. Appropriations from the highway funds support Debt Service Funds transportation and highway maintenance- 3.9% related activities and include a mechanism General Funds 47.4% for diverting a portion of road-related fees to State Trust Funds local governments. 0.6% • Other Special State Funds – Over 300 funds support such diverse activities as medical assistance, children’s services, environmental cleanup, financial regulation and health insurance.Executive Budget for Fiscal Year 2011 Chapter 2 - 7

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