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A look at Baker's budget cuts
Governor Charlie Baker said Tuesday that he is unilaterally slashing $98 million from the state budget to remedy what his administration says is a gap between projected revenue and authorized spending.
FY16 Expenditures FY17 GAA + PACs + Supps 9C Reduction Amount Revenue Offset Total Appropriated Funding after 9C Reduction
1100-1100 - Office of the Secretary of Administration and Finance(1CS) 3,020,992 3,129,590 (46,433) - 3,083,157
1100-1700 - Administration and Finance IT Costs(1CS) 30,949,578 30,400,957 (153,366) - 30,247,591
1102-3199 - Office of Facilities Management(1CS) 9,775,160 9,897,930 (129,817) - 9,768,113
1102-3205 - State Office Building Rents Retained Revenue(1RN) 7,202,415 8,770,634 (200,000) - 8,570,634
1102-3309 - Bureau of the State House(1CS) 2,248,058 2,467,120 (38,919) - 2,428,201
1108-5100 - Group Insurance Commission (1CS) 3,807,639 4,462,538 (162,719) - 4,299,819
1201-0100 - Department of Revenue (1CS) 76,950,066 76,436,443 (952,870) - 75,483,573
1201-0122 - Low Income Tax Clinics(1CS) - 100,000 (100,000) - -
1231-1000 - For the Rate Relief Component of the (1CS) 1,100,000 1,100,000 (600,000) - 500,000
1232-0100 - Underground Storage Tank Reimbursements(1CS) 10,000,000 10,000,000 (3,000,000) - 7,000,000
1232-0200 - Underground Storage Tank Administrative Review Board (1CS) 1,210,551 1,237,297 (18,984) - 1,218,313
1310-1000 - Appellate Tax Board(1CS) 1,886,476 1,895,196 (34,053) - 1,861,143
1599-0026 - Municipal Regionalization and Efficiencies Incentive Reserve (1CS) 10,687,933 11,425,000 (5,200,000) - 6,225,000
1599-2003 - Uniform Law Commission(1CN) - 70,000 (70,000) - -
1599-2014 - Victim Reserve(1CN) - 250,000 (250,000) - -
1750-0100 - Human Resources Division (1CS) 2,931,782 2,801,537 (120,000) - 2,681,537
1750-0300 - State Contribution to Union Dental and Vision Insurance (1CS) 30,154,007 31,101,194 (190,000) - 30,911,194
1775-0115 - Statewide Contract Fee (1RS) 9,160,732 11,300,283 (200,295) - 11,099,988
2000-0100 - Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs Admin(1CS) 5,836,831 7,672,881 (407,861) - 7,265,020
2030-1000 - Environmental Law Enforcement (1CS) 10,679,224 10,547,986 (453,633) - 10,094,353
2200-0100 - Department of Environmental Protection Administration (1CS) 24,407,420 25,037,437 (632,000) - 24,405,437
2200-0107 - Recycling and Solid Waste Master Plan Operations (1CS) 206,902 475,000 (50,000) - 425,000
2260-8870 - Hazardous Waste Cleanup Program (1CS) 11,776,083 12,330,404 (83,000) - 12,247,404
2300-0101 - Riverways Protection Restoration and Public Access Promotion (1CS) 516,843 680,889 (127,000) - 553,889
2310-0300 - Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program(1CS) 149,891 250,000 (100,000) - 150,000
2330-0100 - Division of Marine Fisheries Administration (1CS) 5,584,317 6,298,094 (343,221) - 5,954,873
2511-0100 - Department of Agricultural Resources Administration(1CS) 5,509,833 5,629,445 (150,000) - 5,479,445
2511-0105 - Emergency Food Assistance Program (1CS) 17,160,000 17,665,000 (665,000) - 17,000,000
2800-0401 - Stormwater Management (1CS) 492,834 465,854 (50,000) - 415,854
2800-0500 - Beach Preservation (1CN) 1,190,000 1,100,000 (300,000) - 800,000
2800-0501 - DCR Seasonals (1CS) 14,542,300 15,695,936 (434,500) - 15,261,436
2800-0700 - Office of Dam Safety (1CS) 249,651 448,295 (75,000) - 373,295
2810-0100 - State Parks and Recreation (1CS) 38,657,659 41,611,430 (5,383,588) - 36,227,842
3000-1000 - Department of Early Education and Care Administration (1CS) 11,698,176 5,666,766 (25,000) - 5,641,766
3000-7020 - Multi-Generational Anti-Poverty Pilot(1CS) - 100,000 (100,000) - -
3000-7070 - Reach Out and Read (1CS) 1,000,000 1,000,000 (1,000,000) - -
4000-0005 - Safe and Successful Youth Initiative(1CS) 5,998,225 6,560,000 (60,000) - 6,500,000
4000-0014 - Edward M Kennedy Community Health Center(1CS) 100,000 100,000 (100,000) - -
4000-0051 - Family Resource Centers(1CS) 1,939,234 500,000 (500,000) - -
4000-0300 - EOHHS and MassHealth Administration(1CS) 85,524,885 100,501,087 (525,000) - 99,976,087
4000-0600 - MassHealth Senior Care(1CS) 3,390,677,413 3,516,116,093 (6,350,000) (3,175,000) 3,509,766,093
4000-0640 - MassHealth Nursing Home Supplemental Rates(1CS) 302,400,000 347,900,000 (2,800,000) (1,400,000) 345,100,000
4000-0700 - MassHealth Fee for Service Payments(1CS) 2,243,288,373 2,380,696,175 (26,000,000) (15,575,000) 2,354,696,175
4110-1000 - Community Services for the Blind(1CS) 3,858,912 4,350,682 (175,000) - 4,175,682
4110-2000 - Turning 22 Program and Services(1CS) 12,682,333 13,183,460 (140,000) - 13,043,460
4120-2000 - Vocational Rehabilitation for the Disabled (1CS) 10,258,905 10,260,724 (165,248) - 10,095,476
4120-4002 - Living Independently for Equality Brockton(1CS) - 30,000 (30,000) - -
4125-0100 - Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (1CS) 5,207,584 5,611,403 (200,000) - 5,411,403
4200-0300 - Residential Services for Committed Population (1CS) 112,618,951 116,373,492 (660,000) - 115,713,492
4400-1000 - Dept of Transitional Assistance Administration & Operation(1CS) 56,931,033 65,231,263 (1,541,228) (523,247) 63,690,035
4400-1100 - Caseworkers Reserve(1CS) 66,295,138 70,791,291 (20,000) (10,000) 70,771,291
4401-1000 - Employment Services Program(1CS) 12,278,592 12,694,060 (75,000) - 12,619,060
4403-2007 - Supplemental Nutritional Program (1CS) 1,171,403 1,200,000 (500,000) - 700,000
4405-2000 - State Supplement to Supplemental Security Income (1CS) 224,249,672 224,808,227 (922,323) - 223,885,904
4510-0110 - Community Health Center Services (1CS) 1,254,990 1,598,773 (275,000) - 1,323,773
4510-0112 - Postpartum Depression Pilot Program(1CS) 155,430 200,000 (200,000) - -
4510-0600 - Environmental Health Assessment and Compliance (1CS) 3,572,087 3,938,554 (100,000) - 3,838,554
4510-0710 - Division of Health Care Quality and Improvement (1CS) 9,235,720 10,634,252 (50,000) - 10,584,252
4510-0716 - Academic Detailing Program (1CS) - 150,000 (150,000) - -
4510-0721 - Board of Registration in Nursing (1CS) 823,625 918,628 (63,699) - 854,929
4510-3010 - Down Syndrome Clinic (1CS) 150,000 150,000 (150,000) - -
4512-0103 - HIV/AIDS Prevention Treatment and Services (1CS) 31,766,671 33,134,598 (917,485) - 32,217,113
4512-0200 - Bureau of Substance Abuse Services (1CS) 108,025,879 125,692,987 (1,929,000) - 123,763,987
4512-0225 - Compulsive Behavior Treatment Program Retained Revenue(1RN) 1,500,000 1,500,000 (500,000) - 1,000,000
4512-0500 - Dental Health Services (1CS) 1,916,357 2,219,647 (550,000) - 1,669,647
4513-1000 - Family Health Services (1CS) 5,503,276 5,711,509 (181,802) - 5,529,707
4513-1026 - Suicide Prevention and Intervention Program (1CS) 4,287,759 4,180,748 (50,000) - 4,130,748
4513-1027 - Samaratins Inc Suicide Prevention Services(1CS) - 400,000 (400,000) - -
4513-1098 - Services to Survivors of Homicide Victims(1CS) 200,000 200,000 (100,000) - 100,000
4513-1111 - Health Promotion and Disease Prevention (1CS) 3,592,406 3,929,010 (330,000) - 3,599,010
4513-1121 - Stop Stroke Program(1CS) 196,616 630,000 (630,000) - -
4513-1130 - Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention and Treatment (1CS) 6,360,536 30,907,153 (185,000) - 30,722,153
4513-1131 - Healthy Relationships Grant Program (1CS) 81,870 150,000 (150,000) - -
4530-9000 - Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Services (1CS) 2,452,288 2,575,922 (150,000) - 2,425,922
4590-0081 - Public Health Evaluation Grants(1CS) - 250,000 (250,000) - -
4590-0250 - School-Based Health Programs (1CS) 12,030,810 12,157,830 (225,000) - 11,932,830
4590-0915 - Public Health Hospitals (1CS) 147,035,899 155,250,383 (1,159,023) - 154,091,360
4590-0925 - Prostate Cancer Research(1CS) 499,971 600,000 (300,000) - 300,000
4590-1503 - Pediatric Palliative Care (1CS) 1,710,745 2,204,578 (400,000) - 1,804,578
4590-1507 - Youth At-Risk Matching Grants (1CS) 3,945,946 2,639,000 (539,000) - 2,100,000
5911-1003 - DDS Service Coordination and Administration(1CS) 65,750,723 70,068,991 (175,000) - 69,893,991
5920-3000 - Respite Family Supports for the Developmentally Disabled (1CS) 54,634,748 62,846,395 (107,000) - 62,739,395
5920-3025 - Aging with Developmental Disabilities(1CS) 223,613 150,000 (150,000) - -
7002-0010 - Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development (1CS) 2,535,913 2,501,996 (407,000) - 2,094,996
7002-0012 - Summer Jobs Program for At Risk Youth(1CS) 9,974,610 21,199,390 (150,000) - 21,049,390
7002-0020 - Workforce Development Grant(1CS) 1,462,634 1,625,000 (175,000) - 1,450,000
7002-0032 - Massachusetts Technology Collaborative(1CS) 2,500,000 1,000,000 (500,000) - 500,000
7002-1075 - Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund(1CS) 483,938 2,700,000 (500,000) - 2,200,000
7002-1502 - Transformative Development Fund(1CS) 1,000,000 500,000 (500,000) - -
7002-1508 - Mass Tech Collaborative Tech and Innovation Entrepre(1CS) 1,500,000 1,500,000 (1,500,000) - -
7002-1512 - Big Data Innovation and Workforce Fund (1CS) - 2,000,000 (2,000,000) - -
7002-1593 - Digital Health Internship Incentive Fund(1CS) - 100,000 (100,000) - -
7003-0100 - Office of the Secretary EOLWD Administration(1CS) 950,058 902,092 (121,120) - 780,972
7003-0606 - Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership(1CS) 2,000,000 2,062,500 (2,000,000) - 62,500
7003-0803 - One Stop Career Centers(1CS) 4,385,658 4,025,000 (262,400) - 3,762,600
7003-0902 - Joint Labor Management Committee for Municipal Po(1CS) - 250,000 (125,000) - 125,000
7003-1206 - Massachusetts Service Alliance (1CS) 3,415,879 3,790,000 (2,340,000) - 1,450,000
7004-0099 - Dept of Housing and Community Development Admin(1CS) 7,542,443 7,702,921 (1,285,000) - 6,417,921
7004-0100 - Operation of Homeless Programs (1CS) 5,050,603 5,385,145 (184,790) - 5,200,355
7004-0101 - Emergency Assistance Family Shelters and Services(1CS) 195,983,449 155,533,948 (400,000) - 155,133,948
7004-0102 - Homeless Individuals Assistance (1CS) 44,634,034 45,485,000 (650,000) - 44,835,000
7004-3036 - Housing Services and Counseling (1CS) 2,862,134 2,791,992 (500,000) - 2,291,992
7004-9005 - Subsidies to Public Housing Authorities (1CS) 64,493,808 65,000,000 (500,000) - 64,500,000
7004-9024 - Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program (1CS) 73,395,423 88,947,706 (2,416,109) - 86,531,597
7006-0040 - Division of Professional Licensure (1CS) 1,698,531 3,542,824 (248,000) - 3,294,824
7007-0300 - Massachusetts Office of Business Development (1CS) 1,489,911 1,612,050 (62,000) - 1,550,050
7007-0800 - Small Business Development Center at UMass(1CS) 1,186,222 1,386,222 (200,000) - 1,186,222
7007-0952 - Commonwealth Zoological Corporation(1CS) 4,900,000 4,100,000 (100,000) - 4,000,000
7007-1202 - Mass Tech Collaborative - Computer Science Education Promoti (1CS) 1,700,000 1,700,000 (1,700,000) - -
7008-0900 - Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism(1CS) 11,407,236 8,979,666 (7,647,000) - 1,332,666
7009-1700 - Education Information Technology Costs(1CS) 17,582,353 18,046,158 (300,000) - 17,746,158
7009-6400 - Programs for English Language Learners in Gateway Cities(1CS) 183,732 2,016,268 (1,000,000) - 1,016,268
7009-9600 - Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment(1CS) 1,094,882 1,661,250 (250,000) - 1,411,250
7010-0005 - Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (1CS) 13,430,450 14,352,257 (1,878,844) - 12,473,413
7010-0020 - Bay State Reading Institute(1CN) 400,000 400,000 (266,667) - 133,333
7010-0033 - Literacy Programs(1CS) 1,706,205 2,200,000 (580,000) - 1,620,000
7027-0019 - School to Career Connecting Activities(1CS) 2,903,263 3,398,750 (400,000) - 2,998,750
7035-0002 - Adult Basic Education (1CS) 30,490,076 29,468,517 (644,444) - 28,824,073
7053-1925 - School Breakfast Program (1CS) 4,644,906 5,029,713 (250,000) - 4,779,713
7061-0033 - Public School Military Mitigation (1CS) 1,300,000 1,400,000 (100,000) - 1,300,000
7061-9011 - Innovation Schools(1CS) 296,550 350,000 (350,000) - -
7061-9401 - Assessment Consortium(1CS) - 350,000 (350,000) - -
7061-9406 - Statewide College and Career Readiness Program(1CS) 500,000 700,000 (466,666) - 233,334
7061-9408 - Targeted Intervention(1CS) 7,976,958 8,123,643 (300,000) - 7,823,643
7061-9611 - After-School and Out-of-School Grants (1CS) 2,082,934 3,427,252 (714,999) - 2,712,253
8000-0105 - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (1CS) 9,161,493 9,673,380 (30,000) - 9,643,380
8000-0110 - Criminal Justice Information Services(1CS) 1,599,990 1,600,261 (35,000) - 1,565,261
8000-0600 - Executive Office of Public Safety(1CS) 3,349,178 4,650,207 (1,690,900) - 2,959,307
8000-1001 - Boston Regional Counter Terrorism Intelligence Center(1CS) 792,669 1,000,000 (750,000) - 250,000
8000-1700 - Public Safety Information Technology Costs(1CS) 21,306,700 20,581,825 (150,000) - 20,431,825
8100-1001 - Department of State Police (1CS) 273,227,662 284,896,142 (6,458,001) - 278,438,141
8100-1004 - State Police Crime Laboratory(1CS) 18,140,610 18,986,121 (324,100) - 18,662,021
8200-0200 - Municipal Police Training Committee (1CS) 4,863,025 4,787,750 (100,632) - 4,687,118
8311-1000 - Department of Public Safety and Inspections (1CS) 3,669,822 3,062,652 (31,922) - 3,030,730
8700-0001 - Military Division (1CS) 9,500,103 9,912,787 (58,290) - 9,854,497
8700-1150 - National Guard Tuition and Fee Waivers (1CS) 14,736,971 3,750,000 (30,000) - 3,720,000
8900-0001 - Department of Correction Facility Operations(1CS) 566,538,974 568,707,345 (368,000) - 568,339,345
9110-1455 - Prescription Advantage (1CS) 17,799,372 18,171,922 (400,000) - 17,771,922
9110-1630 - Elder Home Care Purchased Services(1CS) 105,094,196 106,357,313 (10,000) - 106,347,313
9110-9002 - Grants to Councils on Aging (1CS) 13,412,682 14,862,000 (702,000) - 14,160,000
Total (118,541,951) (20,683,247)
SOURCE: Executive Office of Administration and Finance