Oregon
Rule Rule 122-060-0000
Process for Reducing Allotments


OAR 122-060-0010 describes the procedure for reducing allotments according to amounts unscheduled under this rule, as it effects reductions in allotments. To reflect savings accomplished by management planning and actions through December 31, 1992, the following amounts are unscheduled effective January 4, 1993, resulting in reduced allotments for the remaining two quarters of the 199193 biennium:
General Fund Other Funds Federal Funds

(1)

Consumer and Business
Services $127,011 $955,112

(a)

Building Codes Agency 393,958

(b)

Construction Contractors
Board 67,090

(c)

Employment Relations
Board 47,011 9,792

(d)

Barbers and Hairdressers,
Board of 13,008

(e)

Insurance and Finance,
Department of 295,148

(f)

Labor and Industries,
Bureau of 80,000

(g)

Medical Examiners,
Board of 20,502

(h)

Nursing, Board of 106,186

(i)

Real Estate Agency 49,428

(2)

Economic and Community
Development: 113,434 333,539 $1,094,242

(a)

Economic Development
Department 47,226 35,043

(b)

Employment Division 1,045,517

(c)

Housing and Community
Services Department 48,275 21,450 48,725

(d)

Veterans Affairs,
Department of 17,933 277,046

(3)

Education: 4,052,152 7,603,694 248,975

(a)

Education, Department of 438,468 103,895 200,712

(b)

Office of Educational Policy
and Planning 56,826

(c)

Higher Education,
Department of 3,305,000 7,399,000

(d)

Office of Community
College Services 88,459 48,263

(e)

Commission on Public
Broadcasting 157,296 34,423

(f)

Scholarship Commission 6,103 11,437

(g)

Teacher Standards and
Practices Commission 54,939

(4)

Human Resources: $3,013,568 $1,203,552 $2,305,611

(a)

Adult and Family Services 737,090 874,382

(b)

Childrens Services Division 538,155 173,784

(c)

Health Division 326,087

(d)

Commission for the Blind 20,483 97,455

(e)

Community Children and
Youth Services Commission 24,921

(f)

Mental Health and Develop-
mental Disability Services
Division 744,764 558,763

(g)

Office of the Director 21,319 127,808 63,956

(h)

Senior and Disabled
Services Division 587,429 537,271

(i)

Vocational Rehabilitation
Division 13,320 1,069,010

(j)

Long Term Care Ombudsman 6,734

(5)

Natural Resources: 972,288 1,351,238 947,829

(a)

Agriculture, Department of 113,764 104,037

(b)

Energy, Department of 73,413 62,313

(c)

Environmental Quality,
Department of 186,034 178,851 14,246

(d)

Fish and Wildlife,
Department of 148,263 208,863 802,450

(e)

Forestry, Department of 192,678 494,510 30,845

(f)

Geology and Mineral
Industries, Department of 27,475 15,000

(g)

Land Conservation and
Development, Department of62,201

(h)

State Lands, Division of 8,100

(i)

Parks and Recreation,
Department of 92,849 291,564 22,975

(j)

Water Resources Department 140,924

(6)

Public Safety: 4,468,177 647,812 139,056

(a)

Corrections, Department of 2,943,559 374,850

(b)

Criminal Justice Services
Division 75,000

(c)

Justice, Department of 17,430

(d)

Military Department 175,646 6,532 64,056

(e)

Parole and Post Prison
Supervision, Board of 3,487

(f)

Police, Department of 1,709,600 139,000

(g)

Public Safety Standards
and Training, Board on 110,000

(7)

Revenue and Collections: 791,000 279,138

(a)

Liquor Control Commission 225,675

(b)

Public Employes Retirement
System 46,859

(c)

Racing Commission 6,604

(d)

Revenue, Department of 791,000

(8)

Transportation: 28,781 2,340,595

(a)

Public Utility Commission 995,954

(b)

Transportation, Department of:

(A)

Central Services (Directors
Office) 160,152

(B)

Highway Division 944,597

(C)

Motor Vehicles Division 201,390

(D)

Public Transit Division 28,781

(E)

Traffic Safety Division 38,502

(9)

Executive: 297,771 2,339,318 112,000

(a)

Executive Department 79,056 1,401,573

(b)

Fire Marshal 352,212

(c)

Emergency Management
Division 26,000 112,000

(d)

General Services, Department of 559,533

(e)

Office of the Governor 100,000

(f)

Oregon Government Ethics
Commission 500

(g)

State Library 118,215

(10)

Totals $14,228,297 $17,053,998 $4,847,713
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