2009 - 2010 LEGISLATURE
ASSEMBLY AMENDMENT 121,
TO ASSEMBLY SUBSTITUTE AMENDMENT 1,
TO 2009 ASSEMBLY BILL 75
June 11, 2009 - Offered by Representatives Vos, Huebsch, Honadel, Gunderson,
Vukmir, Knodl, Kramer, LeMahieu, Kleefisch, Nass, Zipperer, Gottlieb,
Strachota, Gundrum and
(a) General purpose revenue funds general program
Biennially, the amounts in the schedule to be used to supplement 6
appropriations of the general fund which prove insufficient because of unforeseen 7
emergencies or which prove insufficient to accomplish the purposes for which made, 8to be used for the grant program under s. 49.156,
to be used to make loans to 9
appropriations from the general or any segregated fund as provided in s. 13.101 (4m) 10
and miscellaneous expense of the joint committee on finance not to exceed $250. All 11
loans from this appropriation when repaid shall be credited to this appropriation if 12
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 2
general purpose revenues-earned. The governor may under this paragraph allot 3
sums not in excess of $1,000 to any department or agency when necessary, without 4
a meeting of the joint committee on finance. All allotments made under this 5
paragraph by the governor shall be certified by him or her to the department of 6
administration, and expenditures therefrom shall be shown in the state budget 7
report as an additional cost of the state agency to which such allotments were made.".
49.155 (3j) Eligibility verification measures.
Every county department or 11
agency that determines the eligibility of individuals for child care subsidies under 12
this section shall do all of the following:
(a) Electronically verify the gross income of the family of every individual 14
receiving a child care subsidy at least once every calendar quarter, using available 15
databases of the department of workforce development.
(b) Verify the eligibility of an applicant for a child care subsidy before any child 17
care subsidy is provided on behalf of the applicant.
(c) Provide to each employee administering the program under this section at 19
least 20 hours of training on employment verification information and on the 20
importance of consistently recording eligibility-related information in the electronic 21
case file of an individual applying for or receiving a child care subsidy under this 22
149.156 Grants for program integrity implementation.
The department 2
shall establish a competitive grant program under which the department shall 3
award grants, from the appropriation under s. 20.865 (4) (a), to counties for 4
implementing program integrity measures for the program under s. 49.155. The 5
department may award up to $1,000,000 in grants under this section. The 6
department shall promulgate rules relating to the specifications and criteria for 7
awarding a grant under this section.".