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Capitol Buildings Salaries and Expenses Operating Budget

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This allotment is used to train Capitol Buildings and central staff employees in programs such as prevention of sexual harassment, understanding employee rights and responsibilities, substance abuse, and other subjects. This training is required for all current and new employees. Additionally, the Office provides supervisory, technical skills and staff development training and sponsors basic educational skills training.

$150,000 $150,000

Election Year Moving Costs Bi-Annual Allotment Requested:

Funding is requested for temporary labor to accommodate any moves or space reassignments that may arise due to the election year. This allotment was not required in fiscal year 2000.

$600,000

Financial Systems Support and Audit New Operating Allotment:

Funding is requested to support the continued operation of the new financial management system. This includes $147,000 for license fees on the new Momentum system, $136,000 for operational support, $34,000 for Oracle maintenance license fees, $28,000 for DBA support and $55,000 for communications and other miscellaneous items.

Additionally, $200,000 is requested for the “audit" of pro forma financial statements. This work, to be preformed by a CPA firm, will include the review of the AOC's chart of accounts, and an analysis of account balances. While this is not considered an audit, it will prepare the AOC for an audit that is expected to be performed for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2002. Since the new financial management system is being implemented in a phased approached this is the soonest an actual audit can be performed.

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There have been many complaints about the level of cleanliness of the public areas and restrooms of the Capitol. Because of the volume of visitors it is difficult to keep these areas at an acceptable level. Funding is requested to provide supplemental daytime cleaning of these spaces on a contractual basis. A similar request is being made for the House and Senate Office Buildings. Supplies and Materials

Increase Requested :

$685,000 $85,000

This allotment provides for all maintenance supplies for the care of the Capitol Building. In addition to these maintenance oriented items, office supplies for the central administrative offices, supplies for the Office of the Sanitarian, and uniforms and safety apparel for the Capitol Superintendent's staff are included in this allotment.

The requested increase in the amount of $85,000 is to provide additional heating and ventilating shop supplies, as well as additional painting, elevator, masonry, plumbing, carpentry, sheet metal and labor shop supplies, in support of the increased maintenance and repair functions throughout the Capitol Building.

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This allotment provides for purchase and replacement of hand tools and major equipment for the various maintenance shops and offices in the Capitol. Many of the maintenance shops are in need of up-to-date equipment that is safe, reliable and efficient. This allotment provides sufficient funds for the timely replacement of old or obsolete equipment, as well as new equipment with more efficient technology.

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Capitol Buildings Salaries and Expenses
Operating Budget

Annual Office and Support Equipment

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This allotment is used for the equipment needs of central office staff.

Replace and Improve House Restaurant Facilities Requested Increase:

$31,000 $31,000

The requested increase will provide for the replacement of worn and deteriorated equipment and for improvements and additional equipment for the House Restaurant facilities. This request is necessary because funding was not provided in fiscal year 2000, making the replacement of worn and deteriorated equipment a critical maintenance item. This allotment has historically been provided for however, in fiscal year 2000 funding was not provided.

Replace and Improve Senate Restaurant Facilities
Requested Increase:

$65,000 $65,000

The requested increase will provide for the replacement of worn and deteriorated equipment and for improvements and additional equipment for the Senate Restaurant facilities. This request is necessary because funding was not provided in fiscal year 2000, making the replacement of worn and deteriorated equipment a critical maintenance item. This allotment has historically been provided for however, in fiscal year 2000 funding was not provided.

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In fiscal year 2001 the budget request for the Architect of the Capitol is presented again as an Operating Budget and a Capital
Budget. The objective of the five year Capital Budget is to identify all projects, including those generated from within the agency as well
as those identified by clients, which would require funding in this appropriation during fiscal years 2001 through 2005. Using all the
information collected during this process, a five-year Capital Budget has been prepared based on currently identified needs. This narrative
introduces the Capital Budget and a table summarizes the five year capital budget. The table has been sorted in order to begin with projects
funded in the budget base followed by new projects for which funding is requested in the fiscal year 2001 budget. These projects are
further sub-sorted by categories. A detailed explanation of the project priorities is provided in the General Statement. The Capital Budget
projects for fiscal years 2002 through 2005 are sorted in similar manner. Narrative descriptions of these capital projects follow in the same
order as they appear in the summary table.

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Priority 1 Critical 2 Highly Desirable. 3 Desirable (A- highest in Category)

Study (5) = conceptual development. Design working drawings, specification and estimate development

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