Line Item Summary




Account

Description
FY 2019
Spending
FY 2020
House 1

   Comment
0320-0003 Supreme Judicial Court 9,383,195 9,590,430  
0320-0010 Suffolk County Supreme Judicial Court Clerks Office 1,749,883 1,794,445  
0321-0001 Commission on Judicial Conduct 848,768 876,599  
0321-0100 Board of Bar Examiners 1,551,757 1,576,948  
0321-1500 Committee for Public Counsel Services 65,493,432 69,148,366  
0321-1510 Private Counsel Compensation 155,353,380 157,985,367  
0321-1520 Indigent Persons Fees and Court Costs 23,184,600 23,841,525  
0321-1600 Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation 21,040,000 21,000,000  
0321-2000 Mental Health Legal Advisors Committee 1,527,999 1,561,772  
0321-2100 Prisoners' Legal Services 1,900,000 1,919,000  
0321-2205 Suffolk County Social Law Library 2,133,787 2,155,125  
0322-0100 Appeals Court 13,782,305 13,615,014  
0330-0101 Superior Court Justice Salaries 71,565,592 73,901,968 Consolidated with 0336-0003.
0330-0300 Administrative Staff 245,288,646 257,516,713  
0330-0344 Veterans Court Program Admin and Transportation 82,783 86,864  
0330-0441 Permanency Mediation Services Probate 250,000 250,000  
0330-0500 Trial Court Video Teleconferencing 247,500 247,500  
0330-0599 Recidivism Reduction Pilot Program 1,428,912 1,468,998  
0330-0601 Specialty Drug Courts 5,767,244 5,836,728  
0330-0612 Substance Abuse Model 200,000 200,000  
0330-0613 CSG Justice Reinvestment Reserve 2,780,569 5,562,500 Increased funding to support new initiative.
0331-0100 Superior Court 34,763,450 35,703,040  
0332-0100 District Court 70,119,314 72,276,247  
0333-0002 Probate and Family Court 32,459,235 33,484,106  
0334-0001 Land Court 4,158,935 4,324,364  
0335-0001 Boston Municipal Court 14,231,306 14,565,862  
0336-0002 Housing Court 8,847,419 10,165,740 Consolidated with 0336-0003.
0336-0003 Housing Court Expansion 2,600,813 0 Transferred to 0330-0101 and 0336-0002.
0337-0002 Juvenile Court 21,649,523 22,017,779  
0339-1001 Commissioner of Probation 154,518,461 159,644,670  
0339-1003 Office of Community Corrections 23,118,894 23,526,121  
0339-1005 Divert Juveniles from Criminal Justice 350,000 350,000  
0339-1011 Community Based Re-entry Programs 5,000,000 2,500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0339-2100 Jury Commissioner 3,022,953 3,097,943  
0340-0100 Suffolk District Attorney 20,599,620 22,405,616  
0340-0198 Suffolk District Attorney State Police Overtime 375,779 379,537  
0340-0200 Northern (Middlesex) District Attorney 17,173,489 18,873,167  
0340-0203 Drug Diversion and Drug Prevention Education Programming 495,000 495,000  
0340-0298 Northern District Attorney State Police Overtime 556,816 562,384  
0340-0300 Eastern (Essex) District Attorney 10,337,045 11,233,914  
0340-0398 Eastern District Attorney State Police Overtime 534,923 540,272  
0340-0400 Middle (Worcester) District Attorney 11,338,104 12,352,122  
0340-0498 Middle District Attorney State Police Overtime 445,789 450,247  
0340-0500 Hampden District Attorney 10,543,394 12,039,519 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0340-0598 Hampden District Attorney State Police Overtime 366,442 370,106  
0340-0600 Northwestern District Attorney 7,494,430 7,781,536  
0340-0698 Northwestern District Attorney State Police Overtime 317,224 320,396  
0340-0700 Norfolk District Attorney 10,183,218 11,007,852  
0340-0798 Norfolk District Attorney State Police Overtime 460,674 465,281  
0340-0800 Plymouth District Attorney 9,217,595 9,962,140  
0340-0898 Plymouth District Attorney State Police Overtime 463,193 467,825  
0340-0900 Bristol District Attorney 9,135,037 10,305,522 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0340-0998 Bristol District Attorney State Police Overtime 472,362 477,086  
0340-1000 Cape and Islands District Attorney 4,702,259 5,004,148  
0340-1098 Cape and Islands District Attorney State Police Overtime 300,499 303,504  
0340-1100 Berkshire District Attorney 4,345,722 4,625,689  
0340-1198 Berkshire District Attorney State Police Overtime 245,461 247,415  
0340-2100 District Attorneys' Association 2,097,327 2,118,301  
0340-2117 Assistant District Attorney Retention 750,000 750,000  
0340-6653 Assistant District Attorney Salary Expansion 4,000,000 0 Transferred to relevant budgetary accounts.
0340-8908 District Attorneys' Wide Area Network 1,743,001 1,760,431  
0411-1000 Office of the Governor 5,251,345 5,751,345  
0511-0000 Secretary of the Commonwealth Administration 6,457,442 6,522,016  
0511-0001 State House Gift Shop RR 15,000 15,000  
0511-0002 Corporations Division 349,374 352,868  
0511-0003 Chargeback for Publications and Computer Library Services 16,000 16,000  
0511-0200 State Archives 665,557 470,213 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0511-0230 State Records Center 35,118 35,469  
0511-0250 State Archives Facility 295,626 298,581  
0511-0260 Commonwealth Museum 231,040 233,350  
0511-0270 Census Data Technical Assistance 1,000,000 2,500,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0511-0420 Address Confidentiality Program 135,615 136,971  
0517-0000 Public Document Printing 505,583 510,639  
0521-0000 Elections Division Administration 13,222,738 5,708,634 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0521-0001 Central Voter Registration Computer System 6,407,994 5,291,870 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0521-0002 Early Voting 2,500,000 0 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0524-0000 Information to Voters 1,705,000 392,738 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0526-0100 Massachusetts Historical Commission 932,724 942,051  
0527-0100 Ballot Law Commission 10,281 10,384  
0528-0100 Records Conservation Board 36,036 36,396  
0540-0900 Essex Registry of Deeds - Northern District 1,248,813 1,276,783  
0540-1000 Essex Registry of Deeds - Southern District 2,837,926 2,898,845  
0540-1100 Franklin Registry of Deeds 629,151 635,443  
0540-1200 Hampden Registry of Deeds 1,769,946 1,808,425  
0540-1300 Hampshire Registry of Deeds 809,004 665,157 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0540-1400 Middlesex Registry of Deeds - Northern District 1,164,571 1,206,559  
0540-1500 Middlesex Registry of Deeds - Southern District 3,208,296 3,325,303  
0540-1600 Berkshire Registry of Deeds - Northern District 269,778 273,981  
0540-1700 Berkshire Registry of Deeds - Central District 460,647 471,933  
0540-1800 Berkshire Registry of Deeds - Southern District 229,648 232,774  
0540-1900 Suffolk Registry of Deeds 2,025,170 2,080,002  
0540-2000 Worcester Registry of Deeds - Northern District 685,572 699,442  
0540-2100 Worcester Registry of Deeds - Worcester District 2,255,201 2,277,753  
0610-0000 Office of the Treasurer and Receiver-General 9,614,105 10,242,986  
0610-0010 Economic Empowerment 812,577 604,351 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
0610-0050 Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission 3,687,019 4,480,041 Increased funding to support projected costs.
0610-0051 Alcohol Beverages Control Commission Grant RR 247,682 248,000  
0610-0060 ABCC Investigation and Enforcement 145,849 147,307  
0610-2000 Welcome Home Bill Bonus Payments 2,803,626 2,803,626  
0611-1000 Bonus Payments to War Veterans 44,500 44,500  
0612-0105 Public Safety Employees Line of Duty Death Benefits 300,000 600,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0640-0000 State Lottery Commission 83,957,071 86,495,868  
0640-0005 State Lottery Commission - Monitor Games 3,032,859 3,032,859  
0640-0010 Lottery Advertising 4,500,000 4,500,000  
0640-0096 State Lottery Commission - Health and Welfare Benefits 437,287 473,616  
0640-0300 Massachusetts Cultural Council 16,154,982 16,110,765  
0699-0005 Revenue Anticipation Notes Premium Debt Service RR 20,000,000 20,000,000  
0699-0014 CTF Special Obligations Program Debt 200,856,574 209,681,676  
0699-0015 Consolidated Long Term Debt Service 2,175,561,639 2,233,761,084 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0699-0018 Agency Debt Service Programs 23,670,695 25,471,859  
0699-2005 Central Artery Tunnel Debt Service 56,855,086 69,956,237 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0699-9100 Short Term Debt Service and Costs of Issuance 21,181,485 28,681,484 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0710-0000 Office of the State Auditor Administration 15,340,379 15,503,429  
0710-0100 Division of Local Mandates 358,278 361,861  
0710-0200 Bureau of Special Investigations 1,817,565 1,835,741  
0710-0225 Medicaid Audit Unit 1,198,713 1,210,699  
0710-0300 Enhanced Bureau of Special Investigation 464,597 469,242  
0810-0000 Office of the Attorney General 25,036,322 25,347,641  
0810-0004 Compensation to Victims of Violent Crimes 2,227,677 2,339,061  
0810-0013 False Claims Recovery Retained Revenue 3,250,000 3,250,000  
0810-0014 Public Utilities Proceedings Unit 2,311,589 2,519,632  
0810-0016 Clean Water and Air Enforcement Retained Revenue 250,000 250,000  
0810-0021 Medicaid Fraud Control Unit 4,369,880 4,369,880  
0810-0045 Wage Enforcement Program 3,901,727 4,486,985 Increased funding to meet projected need.
0810-0061 Litigation and Enhanced Recoveries 2,631,645 2,631,645  
0810-0098 Attorney General State Police Overtime 414,257 418,400  
0810-0201 Insurance Proceedings Unit 1,469,594 1,469,594  
0810-0338 Automobile Insurance Fraud Investigation and Prosecution 425,914 447,211  
0810-0399 Workers' Compensation Fraud Investigation and Prosecution 278,566 292,495  
0810-1204 Gaming Enforcement Division 442,364 442,364  
0810-1205 Combating Opioid Addiction 1,800,000 1,818,000  
0810-1206 Civil Penalties Retained Revenue Revolving Fund 1,500,000 1,500,000  
0840-0100 Victim and Witness Assistance Board 892,531 901,456  
0840-0101 Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Program 1,005,310 1,015,363  
0900-0100 State Ethics Commission 2,239,280 2,283,095  
0910-0200 Office of the Inspector General 3,017,410 3,188,584  
0910-0210 Public Purchasing Certified Program RR 904,674 975,000  
0910-0220 Bureau of Program Integrity 454,480 459,025  
0910-0300 Inspector General Internal Special Audit Units 744,623 769,623  
0920-0300 Office of Campaign and Political Finance 1,655,679 1,672,236  
0930-0100 Office of the Child Advocate 1,294,103 1,337,000  
0940-0100 Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination 3,800,000 3,927,794  
0940-0101 Fees and Federal Reimbursement Retained Revenue 3,500,000 3,620,000  
0940-0102 Discrimination Prevention Program Retained Revenue 300,000 410,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
0950-0000 Commission on the Status of Women 170,000 173,191  
0950-0030 Commission on Grandparents Raising Grandchildren 111,714 113,994  
0950-0050 GLBT Commission 500,000 500,000  
0950-0080 Commission on the Status of Asian Americans 80,000 80,000  
1000-0001 Office of the State Comptroller 9,326,796 9,645,019  
1000-0005 Chargeback for Single State Audit 1,623,930 1,773,930  
1000-0008 Chargeback for MMARS 4,003,741 4,150,485  
1000-0601 Chargeback for HRCMS Functionality 2,219,433 2,300,000  
1050-0140 Payments to Cities Towns for Local Share Racing Tax Revenue 721,350 721,350  
1070-0840 Cannabis Control Commission 8,487,870 12,419,001 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1070-0841 Cannabis Public Awareness 2,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1070-0842 Cannabis Control Commission Medical Marijuana 3,000,000 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
1100-1100 Office of the Secretary of Administration and Finance 3,165,912 3,246,533  
1100-1201 Commonwealth Performance Accountability and Transparency 369,271 369,271  
1100-1700 Administration and Finance IT Costs 26,662,610 26,734,065  
1100-1701 Administration and Finance IT Chargeback 20,860,058 22,751,121  
1102-1128 State House Accessibility 142,977 144,685  
1102-3199 Office of Facilities Management 9,548,388 11,458,313 Increased funding to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
1102-3205 State Office Building Rents Retained Revenue 9,419,554 10,345,132  
1102-3224 Chargeback for Saltonstall Lease and Occupancy Payments 13,531,934 13,531,934  
1102-3226 Chargeback for State Buildings Operation and Maintenance 3,139,147 3,361,974  
1102-3232 Contractor Certification Program Retained Revenue 300,000 300,000  
1102-3331 Office of the State House Superintendent 2,981,396 3,019,733  
1102-3400 Security Operations at the State House 100,000 100,000  
1106-0064 Caseload and Economic Forecasting Office 129,023 129,023  
1107-2400 Massachusetts Office on Disability 701,644 772,855 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1107-2501 Disabled Persons Protection Commission 4,215,203 4,634,207  
1108-1011 Civil Service Commission 456,405 479,155  
1108-5100 Group Insurance Commission 4,175,898 4,304,492  
1108-5200 Group Insurance Premium and Plan Costs 1,656,053,589 1,718,290,037 Increased funding to support projected costs.
1108-5201 Municipal Partnership Act Implementation Retained Revenue 2,196,745 2,196,745  
1108-5500 Group Insurance Dental and Vision Benefits 8,434,349 8,515,911  
1110-1000 Division of Administrative Law Appeals 1,166,580 1,203,139  
1110-1002 Administrative Law Appeals Fee Retained Revenue 0 70,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
1120-4005 George Fingold Library 902,816 964,315  
1201-0100 Department of Revenue 81,424,547 83,502,453  
1201-0122 Low Income Tax Clinics 150,000 150,000  
1201-0130 Additional Auditors Retained Revenue 27,938,953 27,938,953  
1201-0160 Child Support Enforcement Division 32,730,703 34,695,613  
1201-0164 Child Support Enforcement Federal Reimbursed Retained Revenue 6,630,551 6,630,551  
1201-0400 Task Force on Illegal Tobacco 594,674 598,911  
1201-0911 Expert Witnesses and Their Expenses 294,030 294,030  
1231-1000 Sewer Rate Relief Funding 1,100,000 1,100,000  
1232-0100 Underground Storage Tank Reimbursements 21,000,000 8,000,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1232-0200 Underground Storage Tank Administrative Review Board 1,727,755 1,766,004  
1233-2000 Tax Abatements for Veterans Widows Blind Persons and Elderly 24,038,075 24,038,075  
1233-2350 Unrestricted General Government Local Aid 1,098,945,897 1,128,617,436  
1233-2400 Reimbursement to Cities in Lieu of Taxes on State Owned Land 28,478,131 28,478,131  
1233-2401 Chapter 40S Education Payments 500,000 500,000  
1310-1000 Appellate Tax Board 1,958,307 2,169,844 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1310-1001 Tax Assessment Appeals Fee Retained Revenue 400,000 400,000  
1410-0010 Veterans' Services Administration and Operations 4,035,933 3,952,840  
1410-0012 Veterans' Outreach Centers Including Homeless Shelters 5,284,262 5,284,262  
1410-0015 Women Veterans' Outreach 113,963 116,243  
1410-0018 Agawam and Winchendon Cemeteries Retained Revenue 940,000 690,000 Level funded to FY19 GAA.
1410-0022 Veterans' Workforce Program 100,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1410-0024 Veteran Service Officer Training and Certification 356,237 361,453  
1410-0075 Train Vets to Treat Vets 250,000 250,000  
1410-0250 Assistance to Homeless Veterans 3,232,655 3,232,655  
1410-0251 New England Shelter for Homeless Veterans 2,392,470 2,392,470  
1410-0400 Veterans' Benefits 75,910,270 72,109,878  
1410-0630 Agawam and Winchendon Veterans' Cemeteries 1,205,846 1,245,293  
1410-1616 War Memorials 227,100 377,100  
1450-1200 Health Policy Commission 9,319,931 9,003,931  
1450-1266 Academic Detailing Program 150,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1595-0065 Public School Regionalization Fund 0 1,500,000 Established appropriation to fund education reform anticipated obligations.
1595-1068 Medical Assistance Trust Fund 586,600,000 481,260,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1595-1069 Health Information Technology Trust Fund 26,453,180 14,177,900 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1595-1070 Safety Net Provider Trust Fund 167,640,000 165,100,000  
1595-1075 Transfer to Workforce Competitiveness Trust Fund 5,000,000 6,919,500 Increased funding to support new initiative.
1595-1100 Unified Carrier Registration Trust Fund Transfer 500,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1595-1105 Energy Facilities Siting Board Trust Fund Transfer 75,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1595-4506 Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Trust Fund 0 2,700,000 Established appropriation to fund new initiative.
1595-6368 Massachusetts Transportation Trust Fund 358,546,448 288,879,615 Consolidated with 1595-6378.
1595-6369 Commonwealth Transportation Fund Transfer to the MBTA 127,000,000 127,000,000  
1595-6370 Commonwealth Transportation Fund Transfer to RTAs 88,000,000 86,000,000  
1595-6378 Ice and Snow Control 0 105,000,000 Consolidated with 1595-6368.
1595-6379 Merit Rating Board 9,768,209 9,768,209  
1595-7066 STEM Pipeline Fund 1,500,000 1,500,000  
1595-9168 Social Innovation Financing 9,100,000 9,100,000  
1599-0026 Municipal Regionalization and Efficiencies Incentive Reserve 12,435,000 10,800,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1599-0054 Hinton Lab Response Reserve 2,843,222 1,112,177 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1599-0093 Clean Water Trust Contract Assistance 73,383,680 63,383,680 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1599-0105 Medically-Assisted Treatment at County Correctional Facilities 0 10,000,000 Established appropriation to meet projected need.
1599-0109 Paid Family and Medical Leave Reserve 0 18,000,000 Established appropriation to fund new initiative.
1599-0999 Organization Transformation Reserve 575,655 1,000,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1599-1970 Massachusetts Department of Transportation Contract Assistance 125,000,000 125,000,000  
1599-1977 Commonwealth Infrastructure Investment Assistance Reserve 13,575,575 13,575,575  
1599-2003 Uniform Law Commission 50,000 0 Eliminated program.
1599-2018 Merrimack Valley Explosion Reserve 10,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1599-2040 Chargeback for Prior-Year Deficiencies 50,000,000 50,000,000  
1599-3100 Chargeback for Unemployment Compensation 30,000,000 38,000,000 Increased funding to meet obligation.
1599-3101 Chargeback for Family and Employment Security 0 30,000,000 Established appropriation to fund new initiative.
1599-3222 MassHealth Reform Reserve 1,775,216 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1599-3234 South Essex Sewer District Debt Service 33,914 33,914  
1599-3384 Judgments Settlements and Legal Fees 10,000,000 10,000,000  
1599-3856 Massachusetts IT Center Operational Expenses 900,000 500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1599-4417 EJ Collins Jr Center for Public Management 550,000 0 Eliminated program.
1599-4448 Collective Bargaining Contract Costs 36,142,658 45,200,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1599-4449 Collective Bargaining Contract Costs 81,400,000 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
1599-6152 State Retiree Benefits Trust Fund 441,179,578 450,000,000  
1599-6903 Chapter 257 and Human Service Reserve 174,972 20,500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
1599-7104 UMass Dartmouth Visual and Performing Arts-Bristol CC 2,700,000 2,700,000  
1599-7114 UMass Center at Springfield 250,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
1599-8020 DOCS and Sheriff s Funding Commission 100,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
1599-8910 Sheriffs Reserve 0 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
1750-0100 Human Resources Division 4,391,120 6,868,014 Increased funding to support projected costs.
1750-0101 Chargeback for Training 239,443 243,584  
1750-0102 Civil Service and Physical Abilities Exam Fee Retained Revenue 2,181,699 2,511,299 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1750-0103 Training and Career Ladder Programs 0 780,000 Increased funding to support projected costs.
1750-0105 Chargeback for Workers' Compensation 64,322,986 66,183,282  
1750-0106 Chargeback for Workers' Compensation Litigation Unit Services 900,606 926,262  
1750-0119 Former County Employees Workers' Compensation 8,151 8,151  
1750-0300 Dental and Vision Contribution 31,751,326 32,068,839  
1750-0600 Chargeback for Human Resources Modernization 4,069,898 4,291,240  
1750-0601 Chargeback for HRCMS Functionality 15,092 0 Transferred to 1000-0601.
1750-0928 Civil Service and Physical Abilities Exam Space 375,000 500,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1775-0115 Statewide Contract Fee 10,861,202 10,983,026  
1775-0124 Human Services Provider Overbilling Recovery Retained Revenue 101,858 104,514  
1775-0200 Supplier Diversity Office 733,609 924,703 Increased funding to support new initiative.
1775-0600 Surplus Sales Retained Revenue 451,425 454,684  
1775-0700 Reprographic Services Retained Revenue 60,000 60,000  
1775-0800 Chargeback for Purchase Operation and Repair of State Vehicles 7,711,166 7,686,842  
1775-0900 Federal Surplus Property Retained Revenue 22,000 22,000  
1775-1000 Chargeback for Reprographic Services 759,269 767,143  
1790-0100 Executive Office of Technology Services and Security 3,022,294 3,073,326  
1790-0200 Technology Shared Services Chargeback 50,837,227 43,308,741 Reduced appropriation to equal projected revenue.
1790-0201 Technology Pass Through Chargeback 0 30,000,000 Established appropriation to equal projected revenue.
1790-0300 Technology Shared Services for the Public 2,733,864 2,733,931  
1790-0400 Print and Mail Services Chargeback 2,255,988 2,534,189 Increased appropriation to equal projected revenue.
1790-1700 Core Technology Services and Security 30,503,193 35,461,726 Increased funding to meet projected need.
1790-1701 Core Technology Services and Security Chargeback 40,224,407 32,776,358 Reduced appropriation to equal projected revenue.
2000-0100 Energy and Environmental Affairs Administration 9,729,893 9,466,223  
2000-0101 Climate Adaptation and Preparedness 2,193,999 2,193,999  
2000-1011 Handling Charge Retained Revenue 40,000 40,000  
2000-1700 Energy and Environmental Affairs Information Technology Costs 10,727,498 12,890,556 Increased funding to support projected costs.
2000-1701 Energy and Environmental Affairs Chargeback 3,150,000 3,150,000  
2030-1000 Environmental Law Enforcement 10,913,860 11,269,359  
2030-1004 Environmental Law Enforcement Detail Retained Revenue 370,000 530,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
2100-0012 Department of Public Utilities 12,036,963 15,976,318 Increased funding to support new initiative.
2100-0013 Transportation Oversight Division 266,811 302,050 Increased funding to meet projected need.
2100-0016 Steam Distribution Oversight 104,366 385,505 Increased funding to meet projected need.
2100-0017 Transportation Network Company Oversight 1,231,160 1,373,873 Increased funding to meet projected need.
2200-0100 Environmental Protection Administration 28,265,715 31,500,033 Increased funding to meet projected need.
2200-0102 Wetlands Retained Revenue 650,150 650,150  
2200-0107 Recycling and Solid Waste 499,998 499,998  
2200-0109 Compliance and Permitting 2,500,000 2,500,000  
2200-0112 Compliance and Permitting Retained Revenue 2,500,000 2,500,000  
2210-0106 Toxics Use Retained Revenue 3,192,171 3,208,640  
2220-2220 Clean Air Act Administration 871,037 888,228  
2220-2221 Clean Air Act Operating Permit Program 1,551,433 1,597,827  
2250-2000 Safe Drinking Water Compliance 2,096,462 2,225,208  
2260-8870 Hazardous Waste Cleanup 12,933,705 13,601,505  
2260-8872 Brownfields Site Audit 1,213,073 1,253,325  
2260-8881 Board of Registration of Hazardous Waste Site Cleanup 343,827 370,432  
2300-0100 Department of Fish and Game Administration 1,964,923 1,007,570 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2300-0101 Riverways Protection and Access 1,286,754 1,342,963  
2310-0200 Division of Fisheries and Wildlife 15,511,865 15,914,653  
2310-0300 Natural Heritage and Endangered Species Program 220,000 150,000 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2310-0306 Hunter Safety Program 487,295 498,813  
2310-0316 Wildlife Habitat Purchase 1,500,000 1,500,000  
2310-0317 Waterfowl Management 65,000 65,000  
2320-0100 Fishing and Boating Access 593,126 615,664  
2330-0100 Division of Marine Fisheries 7,154,948 6,971,661  
2330-0120 Marine Recreational Fishing 763,780 809,121  
2330-0121 Sportfish Restoration Fund 217,989 217,989  
2330-0150 Shellfish Purification Plant Retained Revenue 75,000 75,000  
2330-0199 Ventless Trap Retained Revenue 250,000 250,000  
2330-0300 Saltwater Sportfish Licensing 1,965,829 1,688,993 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2511-0100 Agricultural Resources Administration 6,437,193 6,158,662  
2511-0103 Cannabis and Hemp Agricultural Oversight 1,241,466 1,243,718  
2511-0105 Emergency Food Assistance 18,385,000 18,000,000  
2511-3002 Integrated Pest Management 62,096 63,791  
2800-0100 Conservation and Recreation Administration 4,713,734 4,366,146  
2800-0101 Watershed Management Program 1,110,915 1,123,447  
2800-0401 Stormwater Management 439,281 454,549  
2800-0500 Beach Preservation 1,243,316 925,799 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2800-0501 DCR Seasonals 16,115,343 16,096,912  
2800-0700 Dam Regulatory Office 727,901 639,588 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2810-0100 State Parks and Recreation 41,262,512 42,236,288  
2810-0122 Special Projects in Parks and Recreational Areas 5,020,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
2810-2042 DCR Retained Revenue 20,024,130 25,800,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
2820-0101 State House Park Rangers 2,208,092 2,268,788  
2820-2000 Street Lighting 3,000,000 3,150,000  
3000-1000 Department of Early Education and Care 6,123,408 6,172,055  
3000-1020 Quality Improvement 34,899,309 39,143,988 Increased funding to support program operations.
3000-1042 Center-Based Child Care Rate Increase 0 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
3000-2000 Access Management 8,675,311 8,675,311  
3000-2050 Children's Trust Fund Operations 1,167,804 1,213,721  
3000-3060 Supportive and TANF Child Care 249,883,081 275,987,080 Increased funding to support program operations.
3000-4060 Child Care Access 275,927,733 276,480,376  
3000-5000 Grants to Head Start Programs 9,600,000 9,600,000  
3000-6025 Commonwealth Preschool Partnership Initiative 2,083,333 2,500,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
3000-6075 Early Childhood Mental Health Consultation Services 2,500,000 2,500,000  
3000-7000 Children's Trust Fund 14,900,000 14,938,152  
3000-7040 EEC Contingency Contract Retained Revenue 841,769 161,893  
3000-7050 Services for Infants and Parents 13,742,000 13,442,000  
3000-7066 EEC Provider Higher Education Opportunities 4,166,667 5,000,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
3000-7070 Reach Out and Read 1,000,000 1,000,000  
4000-0005 Safe and Successful Youth Initiative 8,145,000 10,000,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0007 Unaccompanied Homeless Youth Services 3,300,000 3,300,000  
4000-0009 Office of Health Equity 100,000 100,000  
4000-0014 Edward M Kennedy CHC 200,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
4000-0020 Nursing and Allied Health Workforce Development 350,000 350,000  
4000-0050 PCA Council 1,698,976 1,704,157  
4000-0051 Family Resource Centers 0 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
4000-0102 Human Services Transportation Chargeback 13,177,866 13,205,669  
4000-0103 Core Administration Chargeback 24,626,686 25,271,552  
4000-0250 HIX Retained Revenue 15,000,000 15,000,000  
4000-0300 EOHHS and Medicaid Administration 104,188,321 107,816,936  
4000-0320 MassHealth Retained Revenue 225,000,000 225,000,000  
4000-0321 EOHHS Contingency Contracts Retained Revenue 56,750,000 56,750,000  
4000-0328 State Plan Amendment Support 0 0 Consolidated with relevant budgetary accounts.
4000-0430 MassHealth CommonHealth Plan 167,273,163 157,612,134  
4000-0500 MassHealth Managed Care 5,640,514,488 5,602,463,479 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0601 MassHealth Senior Care 3,625,270,758 3,746,483,697 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0641 MassHealth Nursing Home Supplemental Rates 365,400,000 365,400,000  
4000-0700 MassHealth Fee for Service Payments 3,172,146,369 2,874,688,066 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0875 MassHealth Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment 8,191,803 8,191,803  
4000-0880 MassHealth Family Assistance Plan 303,570,057 335,369,313 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0885 Small Business Employee Premium Assistance 34,042,020 34,042,020  
4000-0940 MassHealth Affordable Care Act Expansion Populations 2,120,286,982 2,334,634,687 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-0950 Children's Behavioral Health Initiative 256,757,691 261,757,691  
4000-0990 Children's Medical Security Plan 12,096,978 14,700,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-1400 MassHealth HIV Plan 27,586,198 27,621,936  
4000-1420 Medicare Part D Phased Down Contribution 474,300,777 422,781,058 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4000-1425 Hutchinson Settlement 96,076,688 128,039,496 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-1700 Health and Human Services Information Technology Costs 103,919,684 119,858,356 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4000-1701 Chargeback for Health and Human Services IT 32,021,771 32,295,063  
4003-0122 Low-Income Citizenship Program 500,001 501,575  
4100-0060 Center for Health Information and Analysis 27,986,495 27,431,406  
4100-0061 All Payer Claims Database Retained Revenue 600,000 600,000  
4110-0001 Administration and Program Operations 1,347,324 1,513,345 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4110-1000 Community Services for the Blind 6,810,264 6,074,905 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4110-2000 Turning 22 Program and Services 13,893,165 13,895,808  
4110-3010 Vocational Rehabilitation for the Blind 3,341,100 3,158,520  
4120-0200 Independent Living Centers 7,146,117 7,146,117  
4120-1000 Massachusetts Rehabilitation Commission 351,426 401,312 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4120-2000 Vocational Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities 10,632,726 18,284,178 Increased funding to support program operations.
4120-3000 Employment Assistance 12,347,990 2,437,206 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4120-4000 Independent Living Assistance 10,497,264 10,360,567  
4120-4001 Accessible Housing Registry for People with Disabilities 80,000 80,000  
4120-4010 Turning 22 Program and Services 322,187 327,250  
4120-5000 Home Care Services for People with Multiple Disabilities 4,366,131 4,541,390  
4120-6000 Head Injury Treatment Services 16,778,538 17,877,125  
4125-0100 Massachusetts Commission for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing 5,959,187 6,113,951  
4125-0122 Chargeback for Interpreter Services 350,000 350,000  
4180-0100 Soldiers' Home in Massachusetts Administration and Operations 27,911,251 29,266,737  
4180-1100 License Plate Sales Retained Revenue 662,179 600,000  
4190-0100 Soldiers' Home in Holyoke Administration and Operations 23,142,980 23,859,727  
4190-0101 Holyoke Antenna Retained Revenue 5,000 5,000  
4190-0102 Pharmacy Co-Payment Fee Retained Revenue 110,000 110,000  
4190-0200 Holyoke Telephone and Television Retained Revenue 50,000 50,000  
4190-0300 Holyoke 12 Bed Retained Revenue 938,881 792,710 Level funded to FY19 GAA.
4190-1100 License Plate Sales Retained Revenue 1,120,137 400,000 Level funded to FY19 GAA.
4200-0010 Department of Youth Services Administration and Operations 4,386,817 4,438,164  
4200-0100 Non-Residential Services for Committed Population 24,303,473 24,781,159  
4200-0200 Residential Services for Detained Population 29,903,608 28,239,725  
4200-0300 Residential Services for Committed Population 116,003,020 115,796,961  
4200-0500 Department of Youth Services Teacher Salaries 3,059,187 3,059,187  
4200-0600 Department of Youth Services Overnight Arrest Program 2,397,359 2,406,168  
4400-1000 Dept of Transitional Assistance Administration and Operation 63,451,454 66,389,256  
4400-1001 Food Stamp Participation Rate Programs 8,424,557 8,567,883  
4400-1020 Secure Jobs Connect 1,000,000 1,000,000  
4400-1025 Domestic Violence Specialists 1,650,116 1,738,420  
4400-1100 Caseworkers Reserve 76,239,271 79,260,992  
4400-1979 Pathways to Self Sufficiency 1,000,000 1,000,000  
4401-1000 Employment Services Program 14,608,672 13,667,166  
4403-2000 Transitional Aid to Families with Dependent Children Grant Pmt 189,997,130 184,876,642  
4403-2007 Supplemental Nutritional Program 295,574 300,000  
4403-2008 Transportation Benefits for SNAP Work Program Participants 1,500,000 1,500,000  
4403-2119 Teen Structured Settings Program 9,030,077 9,362,938  
4405-2000 State Supplement to Supplemental Security Income 214,630,244 213,015,853  
4408-1000 Emergency Aid to the Elderly Disabled and Children 76,229,483 75,129,458  
4510-0020 Food Protection Program Retained Revenue 156,453 161,816  
4510-0025 SEAL Dental Program Retained Revenue 896,060 896,060  
4510-0040 Pharmaceutical and Medical Device Marketing Regulation RR 73,734 40,604 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4510-0100 Public Health Critical Operations and Essential Services 17,650,781 19,029,141  
4510-0108 Chargeback for State Office Pharmacy Services 47,865,393 51,157,814  
4510-0110 Community Health Center Services 1,284,337 513,673 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4510-0112 Postpartum Depression Pilot Program 200,000 0 Eliminated program.
4510-0600 Environmental Health Assessment and Compliance 4,173,485 4,144,531  
4510-0615 Nuclear Power Reactor Monitoring Fee Retained Revenue 1,823,030 1,895,090  
4510-0616 Prescription Drug Registration and Monitoring Fee RR 1,061,172 1,088,304  
4510-0710 Division of Health Care Quality and Improvement 11,546,414 12,929,869 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4510-0711 Cannabis Study 500,000 0  
4510-0712 Division of Health Care Quality Health Facility Licensing Fee 3,164,286 3,227,432  
4510-0721 Board of Registration in Nursing 751,706 833,460 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4510-0722 Board of Registration in Pharmacy 1,182,187 1,253,660  
4510-0723 Board of Registration in Medicine and Acupuncture 160,432 173,084  
4510-0724 Board of Registration in Medicine Retained Revenue 300,503 300,503  
4510-0725 Health Boards of Registration 396,847 426,681  
4510-0790 Regional Emergency Medical Services 807,000 500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4510-0810 Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) and PediatricSANE Program 6,408,252 5,354,543 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4510-3008 ALS Registry 277,336 287,211  
4510-3010 Down Syndrome Clinic 150,000 0 Eliminated program.
4512-0103 HIV/AIDS Prevention Treatment and Services 30,839,096 30,755,808  
4512-0106 HIV/AIDS Drug Program Manufacturer Rebates Retained Revenue 7,500,000 15,000,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
4512-0200 Bureau of Substance Addiction Services 141,997,744 139,362,719  
4512-0201 Substance Abuse Step-Down Recovery Services 4,908,180 4,908,180  
4512-0202 Secure Treatment Facilities for Opiate Addiction 2,500,000 1,940,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4512-0203 Substance Abuse Family Intervention and Care Pilot 1,440,450 1,440,450  
4512-0204 Nasal Naloxone Pilot Expansion 1,020,000 1,020,000  
4512-0205 Substance Abuse Grants 3,784,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
4512-0225 Compulsive Behavior Treatment Program Retained Revenue 1,500,000 1,000,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4512-0500 Dental Health Services 2,027,664 1,732,069 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4513-1000 Family Health Services 6,302,101 6,304,228  
4513-1002 Women Infants and Children Nutrition Services 11,869,725 11,869,725  
4513-1012 WIC Program Manufacturer Rebates Retained Revenue 28,400,000 28,400,000  
4513-1020 Early Intervention Services 30,396,041 30,825,436  
4513-1023 Newborn Hearing Screening Program 84,572 87,389  
4513-1026 Suicide Prevention and Intervention Program 4,477,876 4,319,372  
4513-1027 Samaritans Inc Suicide Prevention Services 400,000 0 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4513-1098 Services to Survivors of Homicide Victims 200,000 200,000  
4513-1111 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 4,059,369 3,447,580 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4513-1121 Stop Stroke Program 500,000 0 Eliminated program.
4513-1130 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention and Treatment 37,942,126 37,835,747  
4513-1131 Healthy Relationships Grant Program 150,000 1,000,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
4516-0263 Blood Lead Testing Fee Retained Revenue 1,153,205 1,177,627  
4516-1000 State Laboratory and Communicable Disease Control Services 12,534,756 12,889,984  
4516-1005 STI Billing Retained Revenue 1,000,000 1,001,370  
4516-1010 Matching funds for a Federal Emergency Preparedness Grant 1,511,761 1,518,256  
4516-1022 State Laboratory Tuberculosis Testing Fee Retained Revenue 282,065 285,879  
4516-1037 Mobile Integrated Health Retained Revenue 0 270,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
4516-1039 Health Care Industry Plan Review Retained Revenue 235,293 236,294  
4518-0200 Vital Records Research Cancer and Community Data Ret Rev 641,085 848,986 Increased funding to meet projected need.
4530-9000 Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Services 3,008,241 2,504,465 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4580-1000 Universal Immunization Program 2,276,169 2,251,555  
4590-0250 School-Based Health Programs 12,857,914 11,803,583  
4590-0300 Smoking Prevention and Cessation Programs 4,218,872 4,117,730  
4590-0901 Chargeback for Consolidated Public Health Hospitals 150,000 150,000  
4590-0903 Chargeback for Medical Services for County Corrections Inmates 3,800,000 3,800,000  
4590-0912 Western Massachusetts Hospital Federal Reimbursement Ret Rev 23,546,627 24,225,123  
4590-0913 Shattuck Hospital Private Medical Vendor Retained Revenue 507,937 507,937  
4590-0915 Public Health Hospitals 161,200,717 164,323,368  
4590-0917 Shattuck Hospital Department of Correction Inmate Retained Rev 4,552,181 4,552,181  
4590-0918 SOPS Department of Correction Retained Revenue 26,959,206 29,009,908  
4590-0924 Tewksbury Hospital Retained Revenue 1,892,853 1,925,710  
4590-0925 Prostate Cancer Research 800,000 0 Eliminated program.
4590-1503 Pediatric Palliative Care 3,819,400 3,816,053  
4590-1504 Neighborhood Gun & Violence Prevention 2,000,000 0 Level funded to FY19 GAA.
4590-1506 Violence Prevention Grants 2,003,151 2,008,484  
4590-1507 Youth At-Risk Matching Grants 4,978,151 500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
4590-2001 Tewksbury Hospital DDS Client Retained Revenue 3,688,669 3,762,002  
4590-2010 Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Opioid Commission 50,000 50,000  
4800-0015 Clinical Support Services and Operations 103,788,227 109,847,086  
4800-0016 Roca Retained Revenue for Cities and Towns 2,000,000 2,000,000  
4800-0025 Foster Care Review 4,350,159 4,475,118  
4800-0030 DCF Local and Regional Management of Services 6,672,922 6,672,922  
4800-0036 Sexual Abuse Intervention Network 699,158 700,961  
4800-0038 Services for Children and Families 301,672,332 307,739,474  
4800-0040 Family Support and Stabilization 50,500,000 50,971,223  
4800-0041 Congregate Care Services 289,941,623 293,443,452  
4800-0058 Foster Adoptive and Guardianship Parents Campaign 750,000 750,000  
4800-0091 Child Welfare Training Institute Retained Revenue 2,707,321 2,754,853  
4800-0151 Placement Services for Juvenile Offenders 509,943 509,943  
4800-0200 DCF Family Resource Centers 12,309,384 15,000,000 Increased funding to support program operations.
4800-1100 Social Workers for Case Management 247,167,893 255,414,307  
5011-0100 Department of Mental Health Administration and Operations 28,154,849 29,270,863  
5042-5000 Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services 93,384,162 90,600,702  
5046-0000 Adult Mental Health and Support Services 489,178,116 488,880,275  
5046-2000 Statewide Homelessness Support Services 22,727,689 22,792,063  
5046-4000 CHOICE Program Retained Revenue 125,000 125,000  
5047-0001 Emergency Services and Mental Health Care 24,103,309 22,168,933  
5055-0000 Forensic Services Program for Mentally Ill Persons 10,859,283 11,006,497  
5095-0015 Inpatient Facilities and Community-Based Mental Health 212,714,256 221,497,920  
5095-1016 Occupancy Fees Retained Revenue 500,000 500,000  
5911-1003 DDS Service Coordination and Administration 70,868,276 74,696,950  
5911-2000 Transportation Services 24,324,627 28,745,011 Increased funding to meet projected need.
5920-2000 Community Residential Services 1,218,779,885 1,278,155,080 Increased funding to meet projected need.
5920-2010 State Operated Residential Services 220,186,748 231,450,272  
5920-2025 Community Day and Work Programs 211,436,763 232,813,699 Increased funding to meet projected need.
5920-3000 Respite Family Supports 65,014,863 66,592,263  
5920-3010 Autism Division 6,993,596 6,929,216  
5920-3020 Autism Omnibus 18,200,827 24,952,968 Increased funding to meet projected need.
5920-3025 Aging with Developmental Disabilities 130,000 100,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
5920-5000 Turning 22 Program and Services 25,154,805 25,050,287  
5930-1000 State Facilities for People with Intellectual Disabilities 105,393,592 104,852,016  
5948-0012 Chargeback for Special Education Alternatives 6,500,000 10,500,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
7000-9101 Board of Library Commissioners 1,275,001 1,314,774  
7000-9401 Regional Libraries Local Aid 10,282,140 10,384,961  
7000-9402 Talking Book Program Worcester 454,966 459,516  
7000-9406 Talking Book Program Watertown 2,588,155 2,614,037  
7000-9501 Public Libraries Local Aid 9,612,700 9,456,327  
7000-9506 Library Technology and Automated Resource-Sharing Networks 2,815,928 2,848,279  
7000-9508 Center for the Book 200,000 200,000  
7002-0010 Executive Office of Housing and Economic Development 2,672,026 2,292,117 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7002-0012 Summer Jobs Program for At-Risk Youth 11,055,500 14,442,500 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7002-0017 Housing and Economic Development IT Costs 2,807,566 3,194,089 Increased funding to meet projected need.
7002-0018 Chargeback for Housing and Economic Development IT Costs 7,649,676 7,683,573  
7002-0020 Workforce Development Grant 2,690,000 2,500,000  
7002-0032 Massachusetts Technology Collaborative 2,500,000 750,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7002-0036 Urban Agenda Economic Development Grants 650,000 2,000,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7002-0040 Small Business Technical Assistance Grant Program 2,000,000 2,000,000  
7002-1080 Learn to Earn 1,000,000 950,000  
7002-1209 Regional Downtown Initiative Matching Grant Program 0 500,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7002-1502 Transformative Development Fund 250,000 250,000  
7002-1506 Working Cities Tech Assistance Grants 50,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7002-1508 MTC - Entrepreneur Training Programs 1,575,000 1,075,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7002-1509 Entrepreneur in Residence Pilot Program 50,000 50,000  
7002-1512 Big Data Innovation and Workforce Fund 500,000 500,000  
7003-0100 Office of the Secretary 917,262 775,183 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7003-0101 Labor and Workforce Development Shared Services 2,223,449 12,652,362 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
7003-0150 Demonstration Workforce Development Program 500,000 500,000  
7003-0151 Registered Apprenticeship Expansion 500,000 3,406,025 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7003-0200 Department of Labor Standards 3,391,972 3,536,253 Consolidated in part with 7003-0101.
7003-0201 Asbestos Deleading EA Services 452,850 413,297 Consolidated in part with 7003-0101.
7003-0300 Department of Family and Medical Leave 5,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7003-0500 Department of Industrial Accidents 20,019,438 18,986,939 Consolidated in part with 7003-0101.
7003-0606 Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership 0 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7003-0607 Employment Program for Young Adults with Disabilities 150,000 150,000  
7003-0608 Health Care Worker Training 200,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7003-0800 MassHire Department of Career Services 4,879,579 2,064,979 Consolidated with 7003-0101.
7003-0803 MassHire Career Centers 4,060,051 3,960,051  
7003-0900 Department of Labor Relations 2,616,287 2,894,559 Consolidated in part with 7003-0101.
7003-0902 Joint Labor Management Committee for Municipal Police and Fire 250,000 250,000 Consolidated in part with 7003-0101.
7003-1206 Massachusetts Service Alliance 3,240,000 1,400,000 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7004-0001 Indian Affairs Commission 124,705 128,714  
7004-0099 Dept of Housing and Community Development Admin 8,229,207 7,118,021 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7004-0100 Operation of Homeless Programs 5,639,976 5,851,947  
7004-0101 Emergency Assistance Family Shelters and Services 176,530,036 177,931,886  
7004-0102 Homeless Individual Shelters 48,210,875 48,355,000  
7004-0104 Home and Healthy for Good Program 2,390,000 2,390,000  
7004-0106 New Lease for Homeless Families Program 250,000 250,000  
7004-0107 Local Housing Programs Earmarks 1,180,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7004-0108 HomeBASE 27,439,193 25,825,000  
7004-0202 Homeless Individuals Rapid Re-Housing Program 5,000,000 5,000,000  
7004-1000 Home Heating Assistance (liheap) 11,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7004-2017 Housing Choice 0 5,301,159 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7004-3036 Housing Services and Counseling 3,000,000 3,000,000  
7004-3045 Tenancy Preservation Program 1,300,000 1,300,000  
7004-4314 Service Coordinators Program 350,401 350,401  
7004-9005 Subsidies to Public Housing Authorities 65,650,000 65,500,000  
7004-9007 Public Housing Reform 1,000,000 1,000,000  
7004-9024 Massachusetts Rental Voucher Program 94,000,000 100,000,000  
7004-9030 Alternative Housing Voucher Program 5,450,000 6,150,000 Level funded to FY19 GAA.
7004-9031 Accessible Affordable Housing Grants 2,698,841 2,698,841  
7004-9033 Rental Subsidy Program for DMH Clients 6,548,125 6,548,125  
7004-9315 Low-Income Housing Tax Credit Fee Retained Revenue 2,394,277 2,421,491  
7004-9316 Residential Assistance for Families in Transition 20,000,000 15,274,232 In addition to the amount within this appropriation, the administration expects to make $4,725,768 available to RAFT through the Housing Preservation and Stabilization Trust Fund. The sum of the appropriation and trust funding for fiscal year 2020 will equal the FY19 GAA funding total of $20,000,000.
7006-0000 Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation 1,143,300 1,286,794 Increased funding to meet projected need.
7006-0010 Division of Banks 18,800,122 19,516,014  
7006-0011 Loan Originator Administration and Consumer Counseling Program 2,050,000 2,050,000  
7006-0020 Division of Insurance 13,744,335 14,247,935  
7006-0029 Health Care Access Bureau Assessment 1,060,793 1,060,793  
7006-0040 Division of Professional Licensure 3,338,169 5,045,237 Increased funding to meet projected need.
7006-0043 Home Improvement Contractors Retained Revenue 500,000 500,000  
7006-0060 Division of Standards 555,847 619,347 Increased funding to meet projected need.
7006-0064 Motor Vehicle Repair Shop Licensing 0 320,000 Consolidated with 7006-0068.
7006-0065 Item Pricing Inspections Retained Revenue 509,264 499,667  
7006-0066 Item Pricing Inspections 160,372 160,372  
7006-0067 Weights and Measures Law Enforcement Fee Retained Revenue 58,751 58,751  
7006-0068 Motor Vehicle Repair Shop Licensing Fee Retained Revenue 320,000 0 Transferred to 7006-0064.
7006-0071 Department of Telecommunications and Cable 2,977,320 3,054,028  
7006-0142 Office of Public Safety and Inspections 14,514,416 14,984,593  
7006-0151 Occupational Schools Oversight 607,209 591,736  
7006-1001 Conservation Service Program 220,870 223,389  
7006-1003 Energy Resources Assessed 3,948,853 4,213,712  
7007-0150 Regional Economic Development Grants 1,000,000 1,000,000  
7007-0300 Massachusetts Office of Business Development 1,597,795 1,772,787 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7007-0500 For Massachusetts Biotechnology Research 500,000 500,000  
7007-0800 Small Business Development Center at UMass 1,174,360 1,426,222 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7007-0801 Microlending 300,000 300,000  
7007-0952 Commonwealth Zoological Corporation 4,675,000 4,000,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7007-1202 Mass Tech Collaborative - Computer Science Education Promoti 850,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7007-1641 Small Business Association Layoff Aversion Grant Program 250,000 250,000  
7008-0900 Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism 963,176 163,176 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7008-1116 Local Economic Development Projects Earmarks 11,384,500 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7008-1300 Massachusetts International Trade Council 119,033 122,273  
7009-1700 Education Information Technology Costs 18,446,446 18,833,481  
7009-1701 Chargeback for Education Information Technology Costs 1,860,363 1,860,363  
7009-6379 Executive Office of Education 2,072,602 2,189,528  
7009-6400 Programs for English Language Learners in Gateway Cities 216,770 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7009-6600 Early College Programs 1,750,000 3,000,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7009-6800 School Safety Initiative 7,500,000 0 Eliminated funding due to reform.
7010-0005 Department of Elementary and Secondary Education 13,157,238 11,602,752 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7010-0012 Programs to Eliminate Racial Imbalance - METCO 22,182,582 22,142,582  
7010-0033 English Language Acquisition and Literacy Programs 2,084,240 4,336,809 Consolidated with 7027-1004.
7010-1192 Educational Improvement Projects Earmarks 1,625,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7027-0019 School-to-Career Connecting Activities 5,000,000 4,502,047  
7027-1004 English Language Acquisition 2,515,116 0 Transferred to 7010-0033.
7028-0031 School-age in Institutional Schools and Houses of Correction 7,594,492 7,680,007  
7035-0002 Adult Basic Education 33,357,206 37,618,112 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7035-0006 Transportation of Pupils - Regional School Districts 68,878,679 68,878,679  
7035-0007 Non-Resident Pupil Transportation 250,000 250,000  
7035-0008 Homeless Student Transportation 9,099,500 9,099,500  
7035-0035 Advanced Placement Math and Science Programs 2,892,985 2,892,809  
7053-1909 School Lunch Program 5,324,176 5,314,176  
7053-1925 School Breakfast Program 4,923,013 4,566,445  
7061-0008 Chapter 70 Payments to Cities and Towns 4,907,573,321 5,107,909,124 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7061-0010 Mental Health and Substance Abuse Grants 1,000,000 0 Eliminated funding due to reform.
7061-0011 Foundation Reserve One Time Assistance 15,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7061-0012 Special Education Circuit Breaker Reimbursement 319,391,569 323,887,071  
7061-0029 Educational Quality and Accountability 906,734 925,214  
7061-0033 Public School Military Mitigation 1,400,000 1,300,000  
7061-9010 Charter School Reimbursement 90,000,000 106,000,000 Increased funding to support new initiative.
7061-9011 Innovation Schools 200,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7061-9200 Education Data Services 554,393 578,231  
7061-9400 Student and School Assessment 32,188,849 32,235,270  
7061-9401 Assessment Consortium 400,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7061-9406 Statewide College and Career Readiness Program 700,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7061-9408 Targeted Intervention 12,620,029 26,540,589 Consolidated with 7061-9412.
7061-9412 Extended Learning Time Grants 13,985,580 0 Transferred to 7061-9408.
7061-9601 Teacher Certification Retained Revenue 1,935,711 2,300,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
7061-9607 Recovery High Schools 3,100,000 2,500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
7061-9611 After-School and Out-of-School Grants 4,336,549 2,576,923 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7061-9612 Safe and Supportive Schools 711,343 508,128 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7061-9619 Franklin Institute of Boston 0 1  
7061-9624 School of Excellence 1,500,000 1,500,000  
7061-9626 YouthBuild Grants 2,400,000 2,400,000  
7061-9634 Mentoring Matching Grants 750,000 750,000  
7061-9810 Regionalization Bonus 56,920 0 Eliminated funding due to reform.
7061-9812 Child Sex Abuse Prevention 400,000 400,000  
7061-9813 Rural School Aid 1,500,000 0 Eliminated funding due to reform.
7061-9814 Summer Learning 100,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7066-0000 Department of Higher Education 4,773,329 2,137,171 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7066-0009 New England Board of Higher Education 368,250 368,250  
7066-0015 Workforce Development Grants to Community Colleges 1,450,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7066-0016 Foster Care Financial Aid 1,299,000 1,376,000  
7066-0019 Dual Enrollment Grant and Subsidies 2,000,000 2,000,000  
7066-0021 Foster Care and Adopted Fee Waiver 6,181,714 6,500,000  
7066-0025 Performance Management Set Aside 2,785,454 2,552,157  
7066-0036 STEM Starter Academy 4,755,000 4,750,000  
7066-0040 Bridges to College 637,038 0 Eliminated funding to support new initiative.
7066-1129 State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement Implementation 180,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7066-1400 Massachusetts State Universities 0 2,624,536 Increased funding to support program operations.
7066-9600 Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment 1,789,517 1,702,977  
7070-0065 Massachusetts State Scholarship Program 103,386,799 103,747,479  
7070-0066 High Demand Scholarship Program 500,000 500,000  
7077-0023 Tufts School of Veterinary Medicine Program 5,500,000 5,500,000  
7100-0200 University of Massachusetts 519,167,080 558,044,794 Increased funding to support program operations.
7100-0700 Office of Dispute Resolution Operations 990,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7100-0801 MA Technology Transfer Center 400,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7100-0901 Innovation Voucher Program Fund 2,000,000 2,000,000  
7100-4000 Massachusetts Community Colleges 0 2,862,397 Increased funding to support program operations.
7109-0100 Bridgewater State University 46,009,595 47,474,005  
7110-0100 Fitchburg State University 30,724,035 31,603,752  
7112-0100 Framingham State University 30,169,836 31,040,290  
7113-0100 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts 16,977,188 17,525,359  
7113-0101 Gallery 51 at the Berkshire Cultural Resource Center 75,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7114-0100 Salem State University 46,444,646 47,800,224  
7115-0100 Westfield State University 28,387,968 29,182,839  
7116-0100 Worcester State University 27,831,051 28,645,865  
7117-0100 Massachusetts College of Art 18,891,872 19,476,925  
7118-0100 Massachusetts Maritime Academy 17,092,372 18,159,432  
7502-0100 Berkshire Community College 11,408,229 11,574,515  
7503-0100 Bristol Community College 21,716,171 22,021,914  
7504-0100 Cape Cod Community College 12,772,539 13,005,222  
7505-0100 Greenfield Community College 10,920,918 11,087,908  
7506-0100 Holyoke Community College 21,069,682 21,465,938  
7507-0100 Massachusetts Bay Community College 16,752,930 16,948,084  
7508-0100 Massasoit Community College 22,099,344 22,552,374  
7509-0100 Mount Wachusett Community College 15,380,022 15,395,072  
7509-0101 Brewer Center for Civic Learning and Community 150,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7510-0100 Northern Essex Community College 20,485,502 20,905,411  
7510-0200 Northern Essex CC Expansion Program 1,200,091 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
7511-0100 North Shore Community College 22,543,702 22,896,302  
7512-0100 Quinsigamond Community College 21,742,904 22,089,358  
7514-0100 Springfield Technical Community College 26,284,767 26,580,621  
7515-0100 Roxbury Community College 11,075,654 11,219,754  
7515-0120 Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center 924,999 925,000  
7515-0121 Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Retained Revenue 529,843 529,843  
7516-0100 Middlesex Community College 24,409,580 24,777,554  
7518-0100 Bunker Hill Community College 27,127,731 27,636,970  
7518-0120 PACE Initiative 200,000 0 Eliminated state subsidy.
7520-0424 Health and Welfare Reserve for Higher Education Personnel 5,317,214 5,317,214  
7520-0425 Lyme Disease Prep 1,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
8000-0038 Witness Protection Board 250,000 250,000  
8000-0070 Commission on Criminal Justice 128,780 128,780  
8000-0105 Office of the Chief Medical Examiner 12,086,629 11,994,554  
8000-0110 Criminal Justice Information Services 2,622,934 2,214,453 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
8000-0111 CORI Retained Revenue 3,901,850 3,500,000 Reduced appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
8000-0122 Chief Medical Examiner Fee Retained Revenue 2,921,089 6,000,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
8000-0125 Sex Offender Registry Board 4,830,241 5,398,674  
8000-0140 Fentanyl Task Force 5,000,000 5,000,000  
8000-0202 Sexual Assault Evidence Kits 85,957 86,957  
8000-0313 Local Public Safety Projects and Grants Earmarks 3,326,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
8000-0600 Executive Office of Public Safety 3,430,031 3,389,795  
8000-1001 Boston Regional Intelligence Center 850,000 250,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
8000-1700 Public Safety Information Technology Costs 15,937,413 16,364,230  
8000-1701 Chargeback for Public Safety Information Technology Costs 11,464,504 11,464,504  
8100-0002 Chargeback for State Police Details 50,948,913 50,948,913  
8100-0003 Chargeback for State Police Telecommunications 156,375 156,375  
8100-0006 Private Detail Retained Revenue 31,250,000 31,250,000  
8100-0012 Special Event Detail Retained Revenue 2,200,000 2,200,000  
8100-0018 Federal Reimbursement Retained Revenue 3,505,922 3,505,922  
8100-0102 Troop F Retained Revenue 0 45,000,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8100-0111 Gang Prevention Grant Program 8,002,649 8,000,000  
8100-0515 New State Police Class 5,199,601 4,456,067 Established appropriation to meet projected need.
8100-1001 Department of State Police 283,391,020 286,368,339  
8100-1004 State Police Crime Laboratory 22,473,570 23,085,769  
8100-1005 UMASS Drug Lab 389,736 393,553  
8100-1014 SAEK Testing 16,000,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
8200-0200 Municipal Police Training Committee 4,957,057 4,941,942  
8200-0222 Municipal Recruit Training Program Fee Retained Revenue 1,071,000 1,800,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
8324-0000 Department of Fire Services Administration 27,327,145 26,886,212  
8324-0304 Department of Fire Services Retained Revenue 8,500 8,500  
8324-0500 Boiler Inspection Retained Revenue 2,200,001 2,200,000  
8700-0001 Military Division 10,301,138 10,911,182  
8700-1140 Armory Rental Fee Retained Revenue 100,001 400,000 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
8700-1145 Chargeback for Armory Rentals 100,000 100,000  
8700-1150 National Guard Tuition and Fee Waivers 13,601,342 7,680,745 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
8700-1160 Welcome Home Bonus Life Insurance Premium Reimbursement 1,175,964 1,175,964  
8800-0001 Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency 7,481,124 1,237,600 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
8800-0100 Nuclear Safety Preparedness Program 498,455 507,906  
8800-0500 Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency Retained Revenue 0 0 Eliminated program.
8900-0001 Department of Correction Facility Operations 668,721,893 691,262,536  
8900-0002 Massachusetts Alcohol and Substance Abuse Center 10,750,000 13,250,000 Increased funding to meet projected need.
8900-0003 Behavioral Health and Residential Treatment 3,602,848 4,803,797 Established appropriation to fund anticipated obligations.
8900-0010 Prison Industries and Farm Services Program 5,461,219 5,401,897  
8900-0011 Prison Industries Retained Revenue 5,600,000 5,600,000  
8900-0021 Chargeback for Prison Industries and Farm Program 14,650,000 14,650,000  
8900-0050 DOC Fees Retained Revenue 8,558,350 8,600,000  
8900-0976 New DOC Corrections Officer Class 9,336,000 0 Eliminated FY19 one-time costs.
8900-1100 Re-Entry Programs 580,000 500,000 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
8910-0102 Hampden Sheriff's Department 77,886,395 75,662,572  
8910-0105 Worcester Sheriff's Department 51,751,348 55,327,767  
8910-0107 Middlesex Sheriff's Department 69,207,823 69,541,598  
8910-0108 Franklin Sheriff's Department 18,180,833 17,345,028  
8910-0110 Hampshire Sheriff's Department 15,329,776 16,000,517  
8910-0145 Berkshire Sheriff's Department 18,609,190 18,412,496  
8910-0445 Dispatch Center Retained Revenue 400,000 400,000  
8910-0446 Pittsfield Schools Retained Revenue 0 0 Eliminated program.
8910-0450 Middlesex Sheriff Community Programs Retained Revenue 0 100,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-0619 Essex Sheriff's Department 73,937,620 75,360,584  
8910-1000 Hampden Prison Industries Retained Revenue 2,634,263 2,991,332 Increased appropriation to equal projected retained revenue.
8910-1010 Hampden Sheriff's Regional Mental Health Stabilization Unit 1,126,311 1,091,246  
8910-1020 Hampden Sheriff Inmate Transfers 609,689 595,170  
8910-1030 Western Mass Regional Women's Correctional Center 4,196,499 4,108,309  
8910-1100 Middlesex Prison Industries Retained Revenue 75,000 75,000  
8910-1101 Middlesex Sheriff's Mental Health Stabilization Unit 900,495 904,880  
8910-1112 Hampshire Regional Lockup Retained Revenue 167,352 167,352  
8910-7110 Massachusetts Sheriffs' Association 461,742 466,359  
8910-8200 Barnstable Sheriff's Department 29,976,356 29,847,858  
8910-8213 Barnstable Sheriff Communications Retained Revenue 0 2,400,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-8300 Bristol Sheriff's Department 51,949,504 54,210,419  
8910-8400 Dukes Sheriff's Department 3,106,176 3,600,295 Increased funding to meet projected need.
8910-8401 Dukes Sheriff Communications Retained Revenue 0 200,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-8500 Nantucket Sheriff's Department 773,001 780,731  
8910-8600 Norfolk Sheriff's Department 35,820,169 35,543,401  
8910-8629 Norfolk Sheriff Communications Retained Revenue 0 150,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-8630 Norfolk Sheriff Community Programs Retained Revenue 0 225,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-8700 Plymouth Sheriff's Department 64,454,286 64,708,624  
8910-8718 Plymouth Sheriff Communications Retained Revenue 0 300,000 Established appropriation to move off budget spending onto the operating budget.
8910-8800 Suffolk Sheriff's Department 113,931,576 112,744,777  
8950-0001 Parole Board 21,301,501 23,627,796 Increased funding to support projected costs.
8950-0002 Victim and Witness Assistance Program 224,710 215,140  
9110-0100 Elder Affairs Administration 2,139,131 2,207,999  
9110-0600 Community Choices 228,150,762 232,515,014  
9110-1455 Prescription Advantage 16,947,199 15,101,313 Decreased funding to meet projected need.
9110-1604 Supportive Senior Housing Program 5,910,893 5,910,888  
9110-1630 Home Care Services 177,100,823 178,956,984  
9110-1633 Home Care Case Management and Admin 58,948,934 58,966,761  
9110-1636 Protective Services 31,612,274 32,721,172  
9110-1640 Geriatric Mental Health Services Program 0 500,000 Transferred from 5046-0000.
9110-1660 Congregate Housing 2,063,482 2,049,458  
9110-1700 Elder Homeless Placement 286,000 286,000  
9110-1900 Nutrition Services Programs 7,268,675 9,707,559 Increased funding to meet projected need.
9110-9002 Grants to Councils On Aging 17,776,125 16,515,125  
9500-0000 Senate Operations 22,482,391 22,482,391  
9600-0000 House of Representatives Operations 40,277,603 42,277,603  
9700-0000 Joint Legislative Operations 9,209,887 9,301,986  

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