20.855(6)(j) (j) Custody accounts. All moneys received by state agencies for deposit in accounts authorized under s. 20.907 (5), together with interest or other income authorized to be credited to such accounts, to carry out the purposes for which received. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof depositing moneys in an account authorized in s. 20.907 (5). For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies depositing the moneys.
20.855(6)(k) (k) Aids to individuals and organizations. All moneys received by any state agency from any other state agency for the purpose of providing aids to individuals and organizations under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account, to be used for the purpose of providing such aids. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys for the purpose of providing aids to individuals or organizations under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the moneys are used.
20.855(6)(ka) (ka) Local assistance. All moneys received by any state agency from any other state agency for the purpose of providing assistance to local governmental units under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account, to be used for the purpose of providing such assistance. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys for the purpose of providing assistance to local governmental units under any program authorized by law that are not directed to be deposited in any other appropriation account. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the moneys are used.
20.855(6)(m) (m) Federal aid. As a continuing appropriation, all moneys received from moneys deposited in the general fund under s. 16.54 to carry out the purposes for which such moneys were given. The department of administration may establish numeric subunits from the appropriation made under this paragraph for each state agency or division thereof which receives moneys from the federal government under s. 16.54 for which no specific appropriation is made under this chapter. For internal accounting purposes only, the department may reflect the amounts in each subunit under the appropriation totals for the respective state agencies administering the programs for which the federal moneys are used.
20.855(6)(pz) (pz) Indirect cost reimbursements. All moneys not otherwise appropriated under this chapter received from the federal government as reimbursement of indirect costs of grants and contracts for the purposes authorized in s. 16.54 (9) (b).
20.855(8) (8)Marquette University.
20.855(8)(a)(a) Dental clinic and education facility; principal repayment, interest and rebates. A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal and interest costs incurred in financing the construction grant under s. 13.48 (32), to make the payments determined by the building commission under s. 13.488 (1) (m) that are attributable to the proceeds of obligations incurred in financing the construction grant under s. 13.48 (32), and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
20.855(9) (9)State capitol renovation and restoration.
20.855(9)(a)(a) South wing renovation and restoration. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for the restoration and renovation of the south wing of the state capitol.
20.865 20.865 Program supplements. There is appropriated to the various state agencies from the respective funds and accounts from which their appropriations are financed, the amounts provided in this section as approved by the department of administration under ss. 16.50 and 20.928, but only after the amounts included in the respective program appropriations for the purposes specified in this section have been exhausted. Every expenditure under this section for purposes normally financed by a program revenue appropriation or segregated revenue appropriation from program receipts shall be charged to the appropriate account, but if there are insufficient moneys available in that account, the expenditure shall be charged to the fund from which the appropriation is made. Those general fund expenditures paid from general purpose revenues for purposes financed by program revenues shall be separately accounted for and the general fund, except as otherwise provided in sub. (2) (d), (j) and (t) and s. 36.52, shall be reimbursed for those expenditures as soon as moneys become available in the appropriate account.
20.865(1) (1)Employee compensation and support.
20.865(1)(a)(a) Judgments and legal expenses. A sum sufficient to pay for legal expenses under s. 59.32 (3), for costs under ss. 227.485 and 814.245 and for the costs of judgments, orders and settlements of actions, appeals and complaints under subch. II of ch. 111 or subch. II or III of ch. 230, and those judgments, awards, orders and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 321.42, 775.04 and 895.46 that are not otherwise reimbursable as liability costs under par. (fm). Release of moneys under this paragraph pursuant to any settlement agreement, whether or not incorporated into an order, is subject to approval of the attorney general.
20.865(1)(c) (c) Compensation and related adjustments. A sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and by the legislature, when required, for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (c) and (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) and (f), as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj). Unclassified employees included under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (c) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (c) Compensation and related adjustments. A sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and by the legislature, when required, for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (6) (c) and 230.08 (2) (f), as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj). Unclassified employees included under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
20.865(1)(ci) (ci) Nonrepresented university system senior executive, faculty and academic pay adjustments. A sum sufficient to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees under ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) who are not included within a collective bargaining unit for which a representative is certified under subch. V of ch. 111, as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj).
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (ci) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (ci) University pay adjustments. A sum sufficient to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees, as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj).
20.865(1)(cj) (cj) Pay adjustments for certain university employees. The amounts in the schedule to finance the cost of pay and related adjustments approved or provided by law, by the legislature under s. 111.92, by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 or by the governor, the joint committee on finance or the legislature in budget determinations for employees of the University of Wisconsin System in the unclassified service whose positions are wholly or partly funded from federal revenue under 7 USC 343, whenever federal revenue is not provided to finance this cost, but not including any adjustments provided by the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System to correct salary inequities or to recognize competitive factors from moneys not allocated for that purpose by law or in budget determinations. Moneys from this appropriation may be used to finance the cost of adjustments for a position that is partly funded from federal revenue only in proportion to the part funded from federal revenue.
20.865(1)(d) (d) Employer fringe benefit costs. A sum sufficient to pay the cost of state employer contributions for state employee fringe benefits under chs. 40 and 108 and s. 66.191, 1981 stats., and s. 303.21 as determined under s. 20.928.
20.865(1)(e) (e) Additional biweekly payroll. The amounts in the schedule to pay salary and fringe benefit costs incurred during the 27th pay period in any fiscal year in which such a period occurs for employment of permanent state employees, including permanent project employees, on the biweekly payroll system.
20.865(1)(em) (em) Financial and procurement services. The amounts in the schedule to supplement the general purpose revenue appropriations of state agencies for charges assessed by the department of administration under ss. 16.53 (13) and 16.71 (6) for financial and procurement services performed on behalf of the agencies, except charges for procurement savings identified under s. 16.71 (6). Supplemental funding from this appropriation for assessments made under s. 16.71 (6) in any fiscal year is limited to those state agencies having total procurements of less than $100,000,000 in the preceding fiscal year, as determined by the department of administration.
20.865(1)(fm) (fm) Risk management. The amounts in the schedule to supplement the appropriations of state agencies for costs assessed under s. 16.865 (8) to pay for state liability arising from judgments and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 775.04, 895.46 (1) and 895.47, for state employer costs for worker's compensation claims of state employees under ch. 102 and for losses of and damage to state property incurred in programs financed with general purpose revenue.
20.865(1)(fn) (fn) Physically handicapped supplements. The amounts in the schedule to pay the cost of acquiring services or acquiring, maintaining or renting special equipment to accommodate a physical disability of a state employee, who without which could not perform the responsibilities of the position to which he or she is appointed. Payment for service acquisition under this paragraph may not be made for a period of more than 3 months per employee.
20.865(1)(g) (g) Judgments and legal expenses; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to pay for legal expenses under s. 59.32 (3), for costs under ss. 227.485 and 814.245 and for the cost of judgments, orders and settlements of actions, appeals and complaints under subch. II of ch. 111 or subch. II or III of ch. 230, and those judgments, awards, orders and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 321.42, 775.04 and 895.46 that are not otherwise reimbursable as liability costs under par. (fm). Release of moneys under this paragraph pursuant to any settlement agreement, whether or not incorporated into an order, is subject to approval of the attorney general.
20.865(1)(i) (i) Compensation and related adjustments; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and the legislature, when required for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (c) and (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) and (f), as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj). Unclassified employees included under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (i) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (i) Compensation and related adjustments; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and the legislature, when required for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (6) (c) and 230.08 (2) (f), as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj). Unclassified employees included under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
20.865(1)(ic) (ic) Nonrepresented university system senior executive, faculty and academic pay adjustments. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to the University of Wisconsin System to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees under ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) who are not included within a collective bargaining unit for which a representative is certified under subch. V of ch. 111, as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj).
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (ic) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (ic) University pay adjustments. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to the University of Wisconsin System to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees, as determined under s. 20.928, other than adjustments funded under par. (cj).
20.865(1)(j) (j) Employer fringe benefit costs; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to pay the cost of state employer contributions for state employee fringe benefits under chs. 40 and 108 and s. 66.191, 1981 stats., and s. 303.21 as determined under s. 20.928.
20.865(1)(jm) (jm) Additional biweekly payroll; nonfederal program revenues. From the appropriate nonfederal program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to pay salary and fringe benefit costs incurred during the 27th pay period in any fiscal year in which such a period occurs for employment of permanent state employees, including permanent project employees, on the biweekly payroll system.
20.865(1)(js) (js) Financial and procurement services; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service appropriations, a sum sufficient to supplement the program revenue appropriations to state agencies for charges assessed by the department of administration under ss. 16.53 (13) and 16.71 (6) for financial and procurement services performed on behalf of the agencies, except charges for procurement savings identified under s. 16.71 (6). Supplemental funding from this appropriation for assessments made under s. 16.71 (6) in any fiscal year is limited to those state agencies having total procurements of less than $100,000,000 in the preceding fiscal year, as determined by the department of administration.
20.865(1)(kr) (kr) Risk management; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the program revenue appropriations of state agencies for costs assessed under s. 16.865 (8) to pay for state liability arising from judgments and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 775.04, 895.46 (1) and 895.47, for state employer costs for worker's compensation claims of state employees under ch. 102 and for losses of and damage to state property incurred in programs financed with program revenue.
20.865(1)(Ln) (Ln) Physically handicapped supplements; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the program revenue appropriations to state agencies to pay the cost of acquiring services or acquiring, maintaining or renting special equipment to accommodate a physical disability of a state employee, who without which could not perform the responsibilities of the position to which he or she is appointed. Payment for service acquisition under this paragraph may not be made for a period of more than 3 months per employee.
20.865(1)(m) (m) Additional biweekly payroll; federal program revenues. From the appropriate federal program revenue accounts, a sum sufficient to pay salary and fringe benefit costs incurred during the 27th pay period in any fiscal year in which such a period occurs for employment of permanent state employees, including permanent project employees, on the biweekly payroll system.
20.865(1)(q) (q) Judgments and legal expenses; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to pay for legal expenses under s. 59.32 (3), for costs under ss. 227.485 and 814.245 and for the cost of judgments, orders and settlements of actions, appeals and complaints under subch. II of ch. 111 or subch. II or III of ch. 230, and those judgments, awards, orders and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 321.42, 775.04 and 895.46 that are not otherwise reimbursable as liability costs under par. (fm). Release of moneys under this paragraph pursuant to any settlement agreement, whether or not incorporated into an order, is subject to approval of the attorney general.
20.865(1)(s) (s) Compensation and related adjustments; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and the legislature, when required for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (c) and (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) and (f), as determined under s. 20.928. Unclassified employees under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (s) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (s) Compensation and related adjustments; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the cost of compensation and related adjustments approved by the legislature under s. 111.92 for represented employees and by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 and the legislature, when required for nonrepresented employees in the classified service and comparable adjustments for nonrepresented employees in the unclassified service, except those nonrepresented employees specified in ss. 20.923 (6) (c) and 230.08 (2) (f), as determined under s. 20.928. Unclassified employees under s. 20.923 (2) need not be paid comparable adjustments.
20.865(1)(si) (si) Nonrepresented university system senior executive, faculty and academic pay adjustments. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to the University of Wisconsin System to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees under ss. 20.923 (4g), (5) and (6) (m) and 230.08 (2) (d) who are not included within a collective bargaining unit for which a representative is certified under subch. V of ch. 111, as determined under s. 20.928.
Effective date note NOTE: Par. (si) is amended eff. 7-1-15 by 2011 Wis. Act 32, as affected by 2013 Wis. Act 20, ss. 2365m and 9448, to read:
Effective date text (si) University pay adjustments. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to the University of Wisconsin System to pay the cost of pay and related adjustments approved by the joint committee on employment relations under s. 230.12 (3) (e) for University of Wisconsin System employees, as determined under s. 20.928.
20.865(1)(t) (t) Employer fringe benefit costs; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to pay the cost of state employer contributions for state employee fringe benefits under chs. 40 and 108 and s. 66.191, 1981 stats., and s. 303.21 as determined under s. 20.928.
20.865(1)(tm) (tm) Additional biweekly payroll; nonfederal segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds derived from nonfederal segregated revenues, a sum sufficient to pay salary and fringe benefit costs incurred during the 27th pay period in any fiscal year in which such a period occurs for employment of permanent state employees, including permanent project employees, on the biweekly payroll system.
20.865(1)(ts) (ts) Financial and procurement services; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for charges assessed by the department of administration under ss. 16.53 (13) and 16.71 (6) for financial and procurement services performed on behalf of the agencies, except charges for procurement savings identified under s. 16.71 (6). Supplemental funding from this appropriation for assessments made under s. 16.71 (6) in any fiscal year is limited to those state agencies having total procurements of less than $100,000,000 in the preceding fiscal year, as determined by the department of administration.
20.865(1)(ur) (ur) Risk management; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the segregated revenue appropriations of state agencies for costs assessed under s. 16.865 (8) to pay for state liability arising from judgments and settlements under ss. 165.25 (6), 775.04, 895.46 (1) and 895.47, for state employer costs for worker's compensation claims of state employees under ch. 102 and for losses of and damage to state property incurred in programs financed with segregated revenue.
20.865(1)(vn) (vn) Physically handicapped supplements; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to pay the cost of acquiring services or acquiring, maintaining or renting special equipment to accommodate a physical disability of a state employee, who without which could not perform the responsibilities of the position to which he or she is appointed. Payment for service acquisition under this paragraph may not be made for a period of more than 3 months per employee.
20.865(1)(x) (x) Additional biweekly payroll; federal segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds derived from federal segregated revenues, a sum sufficient to pay salary and fringe benefit costs incurred during the 27th pay period in any fiscal year in which such a period occurs for employment of permanent state employees, including permanent project employees, on the biweekly payroll system.
20.865(2) (2)State programs and facilities.
20.865(2)(a)(a) Private facility rental increases. The amounts in the schedule to finance the unbudgeted costs of rental increases under leases of private facilities occupied by state agencies.
20.865(2)(ag) (ag) State-owned office rent supplement. The amounts in the schedule to cover costs in excess of budgeted amounts as a result of increased rental rates in state-owned buildings which are approved by the building commission.
20.865(2)(am) (am) Space management. The amounts in the schedule to finance the unbudgeted costs of remodeling, moving, additional rental costs, and move-related vacant space costs resulting from relocations of state agencies directed by the department of administration.
20.865(2)(d) (d) State deposit fund. A sum sufficient to pay the allocable share of amounts required to be paid into the state deposit fund for deposits of the respective funds. Amounts expended from this paragraph for programs financed by general purpose revenues shall not be allocated back to the respective program appropriations.
20.865(2)(e) (e) Maintenance of capitol and executive residence. The amounts in the schedule for the cost of operations, protective services and maintenance of the capitol building and the executive residence, including minor projects approved under s. 13.48 (3) or (10) or 16.855 (16) (b), to be paid into the appropriation made under s. 20.505 (5) (ka).
20.865(2)(eb) (eb) Executive residence furnishings replacement. As a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for replacement of furnishings, decorative items and fixtures at the executive residence. Expenditures under this paragraph may be made only with the approval of the department of administration, upon recommendation of the state capitol and executive residence board under s. 16.83.
20.865(2)(em) (em) Groundwater survey and analysis. The amounts in the schedule for the survey and analysis of groundwater conditions and problems under ss. 16.968, 36.25 (6) and 280.13 and subch. II of ch. 281.
20.865(2)(g) (g) Private facility rental increases; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to finance the unbudgeted costs of rental increases under leases of private facilities occupied by state agencies.
20.865(2)(gg) (gg) State-owned office rent supplement; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the program revenue appropriations to state agencies to cover costs in excess of budgeted amounts as a result of increased rental rates in state-owned buildings which are approved by the building commission.
20.865(2)(gm) (gm) Space management; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to finance the unbudgeted costs of remodeling, moving, additional rental costs, and move-related vacant space costs resulting from relocations of state agencies directed by the department of administration.
20.865(2)(i) (i) Enterprise resource planning system; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to cover costs incurred by state agencies under s. 16.971 (2) (cf) in excess of budgeted amounts.
20.865(2)(j) (j) State deposit fund; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to pay the allocable share of the amounts required to be paid into the state deposit fund for deposits of the respective funds. Amounts expended from this paragraph for programs financed by program revenues shall not be allocated back to the respective program appropriations.
20.865(2)(L) (L) Data processing and telecommunications study; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to pay assessments to state agencies and charges to miscellaneous appropriations for the data processing and telecommunications study under 1989 Wisconsin Act 31, section 3001 (5).
20.865(2)(q) (q) Private facility rental increases; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to finance the unbudgeted costs of rental increases under leases of private facilities occupied by state agencies.
20.865(2)(qg) (qg) State-owned office rent supplement; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to cover costs in excess of budgeted costs as a result of increased rental rates in state-owned buildings which are approved by the building commission.
20.865(2)(qm) (qm) Space management; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to finance the unbudgeted costs of remodeling, moving, additional rental costs, and move-related vacant space costs resulting from relocations of state agencies directed by the department of administration.
20.865(2)(r) (r) Enterprise resource planning system; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies to cover costs incurred by state agencies under s. 16.971 (2) (cf) in excess of budgeted amounts.
20.865(2)(t) (t) State deposit fund; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations of state agencies to pay the allocable share of amounts required to be paid into the state deposit fund for deposits of the respective funds. Amounts expended from this paragraph shall not be allocated back to the respective program appropriations.
20.865(3) (3)Taxes and special charges.
20.865(3)(a)(a) Property taxes. A sum sufficient for the payment of property taxes to local governments under s. 74.65.
20.865(3)(g) (g) Property taxes; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the payment of property taxes to local governments under s. 74.65.
20.865(3)(i) (i) Payments for municipal services; program revenues. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement the program revenue appropriations to state agencies to make payments for municipal services provided by municipalities to state facilities, as determined under s. 70.119 (7) (b), for the administration of programs financed from program revenue or program revenue — service appropriations, except program revenue derived from academic student fees levied by the board of regents of the University of Wisconsin System.
20.865(3)(q) (q) Property taxes; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the appropriations to state agencies for the payment of property taxes to local governments under s. 74.65.
20.865(3)(s) (s) Payments for municipal services; segregated revenues. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement the segregated revenue appropriations to state agencies to make payments for municipal services provided by municipalities to state facilities, as determined under s. 70.119 (7) (b), for the administration of programs financed from segregated revenue appropriations.
20.865(4) (4)Joint committee on finance supplemental appropriations. There is appropriated to the joint committee on finance:
20.865(4)(a) (a) General purpose revenue funds general program supplementation. Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to be used to supplement appropriations of the general fund which prove insufficient because of unforeseen emergencies or which prove insufficient to accomplish the purposes for which made, to be used to make loans to appropriations from the general or any segregated fund as provided in s. 13.101 (4m) and miscellaneous expense of the joint committee on finance not to exceed $250. All loans from this appropriation when repaid shall be credited to this appropriation if repaid during the biennium in which the loan is made. All loans from this appropriation not repaid during the biennium in which the loan is made shall be general purpose revenues-earned. The governor may under this paragraph allot sums not in excess of $1,000 to any department or agency when necessary, without a meeting of the joint committee on finance. All allotments made under this paragraph by the governor shall be certified by him or her to the department of administration, and expenditures therefrom shall be shown in the state budget report as an additional cost of the state agency to which such allotments were made.
20.865(4)(g) (g) Program revenue funds general program supplementation. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement sum certain program revenue and program revenue — service appropriations as provided under s. 13.101. The governor may, under this paragraph, allot sums not in excess of $1,000 to any state agency if necessary, without a meeting of the joint committee on finance. All allotments made under this paragraph by the governor shall be certified by him or her to the department of administration, and expenditures therefrom shall be shown in the state budget report as an additional cost of the state agency to which the allotments were made.
20.865(4)(k) (k) Public assistance programs supplementation. All moneys transferred under 2001 Wisconsin Act 16, section 9258 (2w), to supplement appropriations as provided in s. 13.101 for cash benefit payments to Wisconsin works participants under s. 49.148.
20.865(4)(m) (m) Federal funds general program supplementation. All moneys received from the federal government to supplement appropriations as provided in s. 13.101 for the administration of federally funded programs.
20.865(4)(u) (u) Segregated funds general program supplementation. From the appropriate segregated funds, a sum sufficient to supplement appropriations made from such funds, as provided in s. 13.101. The governor may under this paragraph allot sums not in excess of $1,000 to any state agency when necessary, without a meeting of the joint committee on finance. All supplements made under this paragraph to an appropriation by the governor shall be certified by him or her to the department of administration, and expenditures therefrom shall be shown in the state budget report as an additional cost of the state agency for which such supplements were made.
20.865(8) (8)Supplementation of program revenue and program revenue — service appropriations. There is appropriated to the department of administration:
20.865(8)(g) (g) Supplementation of program revenue and program revenue — service appropriations. From the appropriate program revenue and program revenue — service accounts, a sum sufficient to supplement sum certain program revenue and program revenue — service appropriations as provided under ss. 16.515 and 16.517.
20.866 20.866 Public debt. There are irrevocably appropriated to the bond security and redemption fund and to the capital improvement fund, as a first charge upon all revenues of this state, sums sufficient for payment of principal, interest and premium due, if any, on public debt contracted under subchs. I and IV of ch. 18. There are also irrevocably appropriated to the bond security and redemption fund and to the capital improvement fund, as a first charge upon all revenues of this state, sums sufficient for the payment due, if any, under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a) relating to any public debt contracted under subchs. I and IV of ch. 18.
20.866(1) (1)Bond security and redemption fund. From the bond security and redemption fund, there is appropriated to the building commission:
20.866(1)(u) (u) Principal repayment and interest. A sum sufficient from moneys appropriated under sub. (2) (zp) and ss. 20.115 (2) (d) and (7) (b) and (s), 20.190 (1) (c), (d), (i), and (j), 20.225 (1) (c) and (i), 20.245 (1) (e) and (j), 20.250 (1) (c) and (e), 20.255 (1) (d), 20.285 (1) (d), (je), and (gj), 20.320 (1) (c) and (t) and (2) (c), 20.370 (7) (aa), (ac), (ad), (ag), (aq), (ar), (at), (au), (bq), (br), (cb), (cc), (cd), (cg), (cq), (cr), (cs), (ct), (ea), (eq), and (er), 20.395 (6) (af), (aq), (ar), and (au), 20.410 (1) (e), (ec), and (ko) and (3) (e), 20.435 (2) (ee), 20.465 (1) (d), 20.485 (1) (f) and (go), (3) (t) and (4) (qm), 20.505 (4) (es), (et), (ha), and (hb) and (5) (c), (g), and (kc), 20.855 (8) (a), and 20.867 (1) (a) and (b) and (3) (a), (b), (bb), (bc), (bd), (be), (bf), (bg), (bh), (bi), (bj), (bL), (bm), (bn), (bp), (bq), (br), (bu), (bv), (cb), (cd), (cf), (ch), (cj), (g), (h), (i), (kd), and (q) for the payment of principal, interest, premium due, if any, and payment due, if any, under an agreement or ancillary arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a) relating to any public debt contracted under subchs. I and IV of ch. 18.
20.866(2) (2)Capital improvement authorizations. Estimated disbursements under this subsection shall not be included in the schedule under s. 20.005. There is appropriated to the building commission for the following agencies and purposes:
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2013 Wis. Act 380 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before Oct. 4, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after Oct. 4, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 10-4-14)