16.971 (9) In conjunction with the public defender board, the prosecutor board, the director of state courts, and the departments of corrections and justice
and district attorneys, the department may maintain, promote and coordinate automated justice information systems that are compatible among counties and the officers and agencies specified in this subsection, using the moneys appropriated under s. 20.505 (1) (kh) and (kq). The department shall annually report to the legislature under s. 13.172 (2) concerning the department's efforts to improve and increase the efficiency of integration of justice information systems.
16.971 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
16.971 (10) The department shall maintain, and provide the department of justice and the state prosecutors office with general access to, a case management system that allows the state prosecutors office and district attorneys to manage all case-related information and share the information among prosecutors.
16.973 (15) of the statutes is created to read:
16.973 (15) By October 1 of each year, submit to the joint committee on finance and the legislature under s. 13.172 (2) a report on the administration of the information technology and communication services self-funded portal. The report shall include the following information regarding the portal for the immediately preceding fiscal year:
(a) A financial statement of state revenues and expenditures.
(b) A list of services available through the portal, identifying services added since the previous reporting period.
(c) Fees charged for each service available through the portal.
(d) The activity level of each service available through the portal.
(e) Any other information the department determines to be appropriate to include.
16.993 (10) of the statutes is repealed.
16.9945 of the statutes is created to read:
16.9945 Information technology block grants. (1) Competitive grants.
In fiscal years 2017-18 and 2018-19, the department may annually award grants on a competitive basis to eligible school districts for the purpose of improving information technology infrastructure. For purposes of awarding grants under this section, “improving information technology infrastructure” includes purchasing and installing on a bus a portable device that creates an area of wireless Internet coverage and purchasing for individuals to temporarily borrow from a school a portable device that creates an area of wireless Internet coverage. In awarding grants under this section, the department shall give priority to applications for school districts in which the percentage of pupils who satisfy the income eligibility criteria under 42 USC 1758
(b) (1) for a free or reduced-price lunch is greater than in other applicant school districts. The department shall require an applicant for a grant under this section to provide all of the following:
(a) A description of the specific information technology infrastructure, including any equipment, that the applicant intends to purchase with grant proceeds.
(b) The applicant's plan to purchase, install, and use the information technology infrastructure described in par. (a).
(c) A description of the applicant's readiness to use information technology infrastructure purchased with grant proceeds.
(2) Eligible school districts. (a) A school district is eligible for a grant under this section in fiscal year 2017-18 if the school district's membership in the previous school year divided by the school district's area in square miles is 16 or less.
(b) A school district is eligible for a grant under this section in fiscal year 2018-19 if the school district's membership in the previous school year divided by the school district's area in square miles is 16 or less.
(3) Maximum awards. The total amount the department may award to an eligible school district under sub. (1) during a fiscal biennium may not exceed the following:
(a) If the membership of the eligible school district is fewer than 750 pupils, $30,000.
(b) If the membership of the eligible school district is 750 pupils to 1,500 pupils, $40 multiplied by the school district's membership.
(c) If the membership of the eligible school district is more than 1,500 pupils, $60,000.
(4) Funding limitation. (a) The department may not award grants under this section that total more than $15,000,000 in the 2017-18 fiscal year.
(b) The department may not award grants under this section that total more than $7,500,000 in the 2018-19 fiscal year.
(5) Sunset. The department may not award grants under this section after July 1, 2019.
19.11 (1) to (3) of the statutes are amended to read:
19.11 (1) The secretary of state,
and treasurer and attorney general shall each furnish a bond to the state, at the time each takes and subscribes the oath of office required of that officer, conditioned for the faithful discharge of the duties of the office, and the officer's duties as a member of the board of commissioners of public lands, and in the investment of the funds arising therefrom. The bond of each of said officers shall be further conditioned for the faithful performance by all persons appointed or employed by the officer in his or her office of their duties and trusts therein, and for the delivery over to the officer's successor in office, or to any person authorized by law to receive the same, of all moneys, books, records, deeds, bonds, securities and other property and effects of whatsoever nature belonging to the officer's offices.
(2) Each of said bonds shall be subject to the approval of the governor and shall be guaranteed by resident freeholders of this state, or by a surety company as provided in s. 632.17 (2). The amount of each such bond, and the number of sureties thereon if guaranteed by resident freeholders, shall be as follows: secretary of state, $25,000, with sufficient sureties; and treasurer, $100,000, with not less than 6 sureties; and the attorney general, $10,000, with not less than 3 sureties.
(3) The attorney general shall renew the bond required under this section in a larger amount and with additional security, and the The treasurer shall give an additional bond, when required by the governor.
19.32 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.32 (1) “Authority" means any of the following having custody of a record: a state or local office, elective official, agency, board, commission, committee, council, department or public body corporate and politic created by the constitution or by any law, ordinance, rule or order; a governmental or quasi-governmental corporation except for the Bradley center sports and entertainment
corporation; a special purpose district; any court of law; the assembly or senate; a nonprofit corporation which receives more than 50 percent of its funds from a county or a municipality, as defined in s. 59.001 (3), and which provides services related to public health or safety to the county or municipality; a university police department under s. 175.42; a commission, as defined in s. 66.0304 (1) (c); or a formally constituted subunit of any of the foregoing.
19.36 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.36 (3) Contractors' records.
Subject to sub. (12), each Each authority shall make available for inspection and copying under s. 19.35 (1) any record produced or collected under a contract entered into by the authority with a person other than an authority to the same extent as if the record were maintained by the authority. This subsection does not apply to the inspection or copying of a record under s. 19.35 (1) (am).
19.36 (12) of the statutes is repealed.
19.42 (7w) (f) of the statutes is created to read:
19.42 (7w) (f) The position of member of the board of a commission created under s. 66.0304.
19.45 (11) (e) of the statutes is created to read:
19.45 (11) (e) A commission established under s. 66.0304 shall establish a code of ethics for members of the board, and employees, contract staff, and agents of a commission established under s. 66.0304 who are not state public officials and shall file the code of ethics with the department of administration. A commission shall provide the department of administration with any amendments to the code of ethics within 30 days of adoption of the amendment.
19.82 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.82 (1) “Governmental body" means a state or local agency, board, commission, committee, council, department or public body corporate and politic created by constitution, statute, ordinance, rule or order; a governmental or quasi-governmental corporation except for the Bradley center sports and entertainment corporation; a local exposition district under subch. II of ch. 229; a long-term care district under s. 46.2895; the board of a commission, as defined in s. 66.0304 (1) (c); or a formally constituted subunit of any of the foregoing, but excludes any such body or committee or subunit of such body which is formed for or meeting for the purpose of collective bargaining under subch. I, IV, or V of ch. 111.
20.002 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.002 (2) (a) Solely for purposes of relating annual taxes to estimated expenses, amounts withheld under s. 71.64 prior to July 1 and taxes imposed by subch. III of ch. 77 for periods ending prior to July 1 shall be deemed accrued tax receipts as of the close of the fiscal year but no revenue shall be deemed accrued tax receipts unless deposited by the state on or before the August 15 following the end of the fiscal year. Solely for purposes of relating annual taxes to estimated expenses, fees imposed under subch. II of ch. 77, taxes imposed under ss. 139.02, 139.03 (2m) and (2n), 139.31 and 139.76 and assessments imposed under s. 50.14 (2) shall be deemed accrued tax receipts as of the close of the fiscal year, but no revenue shall be deemed accrued tax receipts unless deposited by this state on or before July 31. Solely for purposes of relating annual taxes to estimated expenses, taxes imposed under s. 70.58 shall be deemed accrued tax receipts as of the close of the fiscal year, but no revenue shall be deemed accrued tax receipts unless it is deposited by this state on or before August 31.
20.005 (1) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (1) Summary of all funds. The budget governing fiscal operations for the state of Wisconsin for all funds beginning on July 1, 2017, and ending on June 30, 2019, is summarized as follows: [See Figure 20.005 (1) following]
Figure: 20.005 (1)
GENERAL FUND SUMMARY
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS — ALL FUNDS
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SUMMARY OF COMPENSATION RESERVES — ALL FUNDS
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LOTTERY FUND SUMMARY
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20.005 (2) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (2) State borrowing program summary. The following schedule sets forth the state borrowing program summary: [See Figures 20.005 (2) (a) and (b) following]
Figure: 20.005 (2) (a)
SUMMARY OF BONDING AUTHORITY MODIFICATIONS
2017-19 FISCAL BIENNIUM
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Figure: 20.005 (2) (b)
GENERAL OBLIGATION DEBT SERVICE
FISCAL YEARS 2017-18 AND 2018-19
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20.005 (3) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (3) Appropriations. The following schedule sets forth all annual, biennial, and sum certain continuing appropriations and anticipated expenditures from other appropriations for the programs and other purposes indicated. All appropriations are made from the general fund unless otherwise indicated. The letter abbreviations shown designating the type of appropriation apply to both fiscal years in the schedule unless otherwise indicated. [See Figure 20.005 (3) following]
Figure: 20.005 (3)
20.115 (2) (r) of the statutes is created to read:
20.115 (2) (r) Livestock premises registration — agrichemical management fund. From the agrichemical management fund, the amounts in the schedule for administration of the livestock premises registration program under s. 95.51.
20.115 (4) (f) of the statutes is repealed.
20.115 (4) (qm) of the statutes is repealed.
20.115 (7) (dm) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.115 (7) (dm) Farmland preservation planning grants. The amounts in the schedule for farmland preservation planning grants under s. 91.10 (6). No moneys may be encumbered under this paragraph after June 30, 2016.
20.115 (7) (wm) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.115 (7) (wm) Agricultural chemical cleanup reimbursement. From the agricultural chemical cleanup fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for reimbursement of corrective action costs under s. 94.73 and for financial assistance to prevent pollution from agricultural chemicals under s. 94.74.
20.115 (8) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.115 (8) (g) Gifts and grants. Except as provided in par. (ge) and sub. (7) (i), all moneys received from gifts and grants to carry out the purposes for which made.
20.115 (8) (ge) of the statutes is renumbered 20.445 (1) (gr).
20.144 (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.144 Financial institutions, department of. (intro.) There is appropriated to the department of financial institutions for the following program programs:
20.144 (1) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.144 (1) (g) General program operations. The amounts in the schedule for the general program operations of the department of financial institutions. Except as provided in pars. (a), (h), (i), (j), and (u) and sub. (3), all moneys received by the department, other than by the office of credit unions and the division of banking, and 88 percent of all moneys received by the office of credit unions and the department's division of banking shall be credited to this appropriation, but any balance at the close of a fiscal year under this appropriation shall lapse to the general fund. Annually, $150,000 of the amounts received under this appropriation account shall be transferred to the appropriation account under s. 20.575 (1) (g).
20.144 (3) (title) of the statutes is created to read:
20.144 (3) (title) College tuition and expenses and college savings programs.
20.155 (1) (q) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.155 (1) (q) Universal telecommunications service; broadband service. From the universal service fund, the amounts in the schedule for the promotion of broadband service and universal telecommunications service for the purposes specified in s. 196.218 (5) (a) 1., 4., 8. and, 9., and 10. Notwithstanding s. 20.001 (3) (a), the unencumbered balance on June 30 of each year shall be transferred to the appropriation account under sub. (3) (r).
20.155 (3) (q) of the statutes is repealed.