Governor Deval Patrick's Budget Recommendation - House 1 Fiscal Year 2010

Governor's Budget Recommendation FY 2010

Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs




Historical Employment Levels
Department
June
FY2006

June
FY2007

June
FY2008

Jan.
FY2009

Projected
FY2010
Office of the Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs 183 177 190 167 265
Department of Environmental Protection 687 688 699 703 649
Department of Fish and Game 219 226 237 243 233
Department of Agricultural Resources 59 56 64 67 64
Department of Conservation and Recreation 910 901 916 922 916
Department of Public Utilities 116 94 99 84 90
Department of Energy Resources 28 27 31 36 47
TOTAL 2,201 2,168 2,236 2,222 2,265

Figures represent full-time equivalents (FTEs) paid from budgeted funds, and exclude those paid from capital, federal grants and trust funds. FY2010 FTE figures are preliminary and may not represent actual levels.

FY10 employee levels for the Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs are consistent with reductions taken. Further evaluation must be conducted by each office to determine the impact on employee levels. FTEs grew in the Executive Office due to the shift of 62 information technology FTEs from the underlying agencies. In addition, 30 information technology FTEs were reassigned from off-budget accounts to chargeback accounts within the Executive Office, but their salaries will continue to be paid from the off-budget sources. Additionally, other increases to employee levels represent employees needed to implement the Regional Greenhouse Gas initiative started in FY09 funded from off-budget sources.
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