D.C. Law 23-11. Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019.

D.C. Law 23-11. Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019.

AN ACT

To adopt the local portion of the budget of the District of Columbia government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020.

BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, That this act may be cited as the "Fiscal Year 2020 Local Budget Act of 2019".

Note § 1-204.46

Sec. 2. Adoption of the local portion of the Fiscal Year 2020 budget.

The following expenditure levels are approved and adopted as the local portion of the budget for the government of the District of Columbia for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BUDGET FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 2020

The following amounts are appropriated for the District of Columbia government for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020 ("Fiscal Year 2020"), out of the General Fund of the District of Columbia ("General Fund"), except as otherwise specifically provided; provided, that notwithstanding any other provision of law, except as provided in section 450A of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved November 22, 2000 (114 Stat. 2440; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.50a), and provisions of this act, the total amount appropriated in this act for operating expenses for the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2020 shall not exceed the lesser of the sum of the total revenues of the District of Columbia for such fiscal year or $15,381,199,000 (of which $8,567,859,000 shall be from local funds, $566,311,000 shall be from dedicated taxes, $1,092,121,000 shall be from federal grant funds, $2,245,178,000 shall be from Medicaid payments, $770,954,000 shall be from other funds, $8,350,000 shall be from private funds, $136,718,000 shall be from funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress as federal payments pursuant to the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019, enacted on June 19, 2019 (D.C. Act 23-69; 66 DCR ____) (the "Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019"), and $1,993,707,000 shall be from enterprise and other funds); provided further, that of the local funds, such amounts as may be necessary may be derived from the General Fund balance; provided further, that of these funds the intra-District authority shall be $630,575,000; provided further, that amounts appropriated under this act may be increased by proceeds of one-time transactions, which are expended for emergency or unanticipated operating or capital needs; provided further, that such increases shall be approved by enactment of local District law and shall comply with all reserve requirements contained in the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 774; D.C. Official Code § 1-201.01 et seq.); provided further, that local funds are appropriated, without regard to fiscal year, in such amounts as may be necessary to pay vendor fees, including legal fees, that are obligated in this fiscal year, to be paid as a fixed percentage of District revenue recovered from third parties on behalf of the District under contracts that provide for payment of fees based upon and from such District revenue as may be recovered by the vendor; provided further, that amounts appropriated pursuant to this act as operating funds may be transferred to enterprise and capital funds and such amounts, once transferred, shall retain appropriation authority consistent with the provisions of this act; provided further, that there may be reprogrammed or transferred for operating expenses any local funds transferred or reprogrammed in this or the 4 prior fiscal years from operating funds to capital funds, and such amounts, once transferred or reprogrammed, shall retain appropriation authority consistent with the provisions of this act, except, that there may not be reprogrammed for operating expenses any funds derived from bonds, notes, or other obligations issued for capital projects; provided further, that the local funds (including dedicated tax) and other funds appropriated by this act may be reprogrammed and transferred as provided in subchapter IV of Chapter 3 of Title 47 of the District of Columbia Official Code, or as otherwise provided by law, through November 15, 2020; provided further, that local funds and other funds appropriated under this act may be expended by the Mayor for the purpose of providing food and beverages, not to exceed $30 per employee per day, to employees of the District of Columbia government while such employees are deployed in response to a declared snow or other emergency; provided further, that during Fiscal Year 2020 and any subsequent fiscal year, notwithstanding any other provision of law, the District of Columbia may expend funds, certified as available by the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia, as necessary to pay termination costs of multiyear contracts entered into by the District of Columbia to design, construct, improve, maintain, operate, manage, or finance infrastructure projects procured pursuant to the Public-Private Partnership Act of 2014, effective March 11, 2015 (D.C. Law 20-228; D.C. Official Code § 2-271.01 et seq.), and such termination costs may be paid from appropriations available for the performance of such contracts or the payment of termination costs or from other appropriations then available for any other purpose, not including the emergency case reserve fund (D.C. Official Code § 1-204.50a(a)) or the contingency cash reserve fund (D.C. Official Code § 1-204.50a(b)), which, once allocated to these costs, shall be deemed appropriated for the purposes of paying termination costs of such contracts and shall retain appropriations authority and remain available until expended; provided further, that any unspent amount remaining in a non-lapsing fund described below at the end of Fiscal Year 2019 is to be continually available, allocated, appropriated, and expended for the purposes of such fund in Fiscal Year 2020 in addition to any amounts deposited in and appropriated to such fund in Fiscal Year 2020; provided further, that the Chief Financial Officer shall take such steps as are necessary to assure that the foregoing requirements are met, including the apportioning by the Chief Financial Officer of the appropriations and funds made available during Fiscal Year 2020.

Governmental Direction and Support

Governmental direction and support, $919,946,000 (including $804,957,000 from local funds, $260,000 from dedicated taxes, $30,779,000 from federal grant funds, $83,399,000 from other funds, and $552,000 from private funds), to be allocated as follows; provided, that any program fees collected from the issuance of debt shall be available for the payment of expenses of the debt management program of the District:

(1) Board of Elections. - $9,608,000 from local funds

(2) Board of Ethics and Government Accountability. - $2,778,000 (including $2,625,000 from local funds and $153,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Lobbyist Administration and Enforcement Fund, the Open Government Fund, and the Ethics Fund;

(3) Captive Insurance Agency. - $3,041,000 (including $2,152,000 from local funds and $889,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Captive Trust Fund, the Medical Captive Insurance Claims Reserve Fund, and the Subrogation Fund;

(4) Contract Appeals Board. - $1,824,000 from local funds;

(5) Council of the District of Columbia. - $28,217,000 from local funds; provided, that not to exceed $25,000 of this amount shall be available for the Chairman for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Council Technology Projects Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(6) Department of General Services. - $335,785,000 (including $326,254,000 from local funds, $260,000 of dedicated taxes, and $9,271,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Eastern Market Enterprise Fund and the West End Library and Fire Station Maintenance Fund;

(7) Department of Human Resources. - $11,812,000 (including $11,363,000 from local funds and $448,000 from other funds);

(8) Executive Office of the Mayor. - $18,013,000 (including $13,921,000 from local funds and $4,093,000 from federal grant funds); provided, that not to exceed $25,000 of such amount, from local funds, shall be available for the Mayor for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Emancipation Day Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(9) Expenditure Commission. - $1,000,000 from local funds;

(10) Mayor's Office of Legal Counsel. - $1,657,000 from local funds;

(11) Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. - $554,000 from local funds;

(12) Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commissions. - $1,500,000 from local funds; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Office of Advisory Neighborhood Commission Security Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(13) Office of Campaign Finance. - $7,533,000 from local funds; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Fair Elections Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(14) Office of Contracting and Procurement. - $25,753,000 (including $24,187,000 from local funds and $1,566,000 from other funds);

(15) Office of Disability Rights. - $1,838,000 (including $1,187,000 from local funds and $651,000 from federal grant funds);

(16) Office of Employee Appeals. - $2,236,000 from local funds;

(17) Office of Finance and Resource Management. - $28,742,000 (including $28,468,000 from local funds and $273,000 from other funds);

(18) Office of Risk Management. - $4,713,000 from local funds; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Subrogation Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(19) Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. - $110,015,000 (including $74,576,000 from local funds, $22,512,000 from federal grant funds, $12,375,000 from other funds, and $552,000 from private funds); provided, that not to exceed $25,000 of this amount, from local funds, shall be available for the Attorney General for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that local and other funds appropriated under this act may be used to pay expenses for District government attorneys at the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia to obtain professional credentials, including bar dues and court admission fees, that enable these attorneys to practice law in other state and federal jurisdictions and appear outside the District in state and federal courts; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Child Support-Temporary Assistance for Needy Family Fund, the Child Support Reimbursements and Fees Fund, the Child Support-Interest Income Fund, the Drug-, Firearm-, or Prostitution-Related Nuisance Abatement Fund, and the Litigation Support Fund; provided further, that this amount may be further increased by amounts deposited into the Attorney General Restitution Fund and the Vulnerable and Elderly Person Exploitation Restitution Fund, which shall be continually available, without regard to fiscal year, until expended;

(20) Office of the Chief Financial Officer. - $188,980,000 (including $144,908,000 from local funds, $450,000 from federal grant funds, and $43,622,000 from other funds); provided, that not to exceed $10,600 of such amount, from local funds, shall be available for the Chief Financial Officer for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that amounts appropriated by this act may be increased by the amount required to pay banking fees for maintaining the funds of the District of Columbia; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Recorder of Deeds Automation Fund and the Other Post-Employment Benefits Fund;

(21) Office of the Chief Technology Officer. - $88,955,000 (including $75,255,000 from local funds and $13,700,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the DC-NET Services Support Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(22) Office of the City Administrator. - $10,968,000 from local funds; provided, that not to exceed $10,600 of such amount, from local funds, shall be available for the City Administrator for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10);

(23) Office of the District of Columbia Auditor. - $5,552,000 from local funds;

(24) Office of the Inspector General. - $19,194,000 (including $16,120,000 from local funds and $3,073,000 from federal grant funds);

(25) Office of the Secretary. - $4,590,000 (including $3,490,000 from local funds and $1,100,000 from other funds);

(26) Office of the Senior Advisor. - $3,464,000 from local funds;

(27) Public Employee Relations Board. - $1,321,000 from local funds;

(28) Statehood Initiatives. - $245,000 from local funds; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the New Columbia Statehood Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020; and

(29) Uniform Law Commission. - $60,000 from local funds.

Economic Development and Regulation

Economic development and regulation, $745,512,000 (including $375,089,000 from local funds, $32,196,000 from dedicated taxes, $97,211,000 from federal grant funds, $240,304,000 from other funds, and $712,000 from private funds), to be allocated as follows:

(1) Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration. - $9,128,000 (including $1,170,000 from dedicated taxes and $7,958,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration Fund and the Dedicated Taxes Fund;

(2) Business Improvement Districts Transfer. - $55,000,000 from other funds.

(3) Commission on the Arts and Humanities. - $34,869,000 (including $2,996,000 from local funds, $31,026,000 from dedicated taxes, $714,000 from federal grant funds, and $133,000 from other funds); provided, that all dedicated taxes shall be deposited into the Arts and Humanities Fund; provided, further that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Arts and Humanities Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020; provided further, that funds in the available fund balance of the Arts and Humanities Fund may be obligated in Fiscal Year 2020, pursuant to grant awards, through September 30, 2023, and that such funds so obligated are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2023;

(4) Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs. - $67,844,000 (including $27,502,000 from local funds and $40,342,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Basic Business License Fund, the Green Building Fund, the Real Estate Guaranty and Education Fund, the Nuisance Abatement Fund, the Occupational and Professional Licensing Administration-Special Account, the Corporate Recordation Fund, the Re-Appraisal Fee Fund, the Vending Regulation Fund, and the DC Combat Sports Commission Fund;

(5) Department of Employment Services. - $144,216,00 (including $60,401,000 from local funds, $33,253,000 from federal grant funds, $49,870,000 from other funds, and $690,000 from private funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Workers' Compensation Administration Fund, the Unemployment Insurance Administrative Assessment Tax Fund, the Unemployment Insurance Interest/Penalties Fund, the Workers' Compensation Special Fund, the Reed Act Fund, and the Universal Paid Leave Implementation Fund;

(6) Department of Housing and Community Development. - $96,775,000 (including $31,556,000 from local funds, $61,528,000 from federal grant funds, and $3,692,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Negotiated Employee Affordable Housing Fund, the Department of Housing and Community Development Unified Fund, the Home Again Revolving Fund, the Home Purchase Assistance Program-Repayment Fund, and the Housing Preservation Fund; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Rental Housing Registration Fund are authorized for expenditure by the Department of Housing and Community Development starting at the beginning of the applicable time period set forth section in 203c(d) of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective October 30, 2018 (D.C. Law 22-168, D.C. Code § 42-3502.03e(d)), and shall remain available for expenditure by the Department of Housing and Community Development until September 30, 2020;

(7) Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking. - $27,912,000 (including $139,000 from federal grant funds and $27,773,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Insurance Regulatory Trust Fund, the Foreclosure Mediation Fund, and the Capital Access Fund;

(8) Department of Small and Local Business Development. - $16,425,000 (including $15,953,000 from local funds and $471,000 from federal grant funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Small Business Capital Access Fund, the Streetscape Business Development Relief Fund, and the Ward 7 and Ward 8 Entrepreneur Grant Fund;

(9) Housing Authority Subsidy. - $145,361,000 from local funds; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the DCHA Rehabilitation and Maintenance Fund and the Tenant-Based Rental Assistance Fund;

(10) Housing Production Trust Fund Subsidy. - $38,645,000 from local funds;

(11) Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment. - $14,905,000 (including $1,699,000 from local funds and $13,206,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: Film, Television, and Entertainment Rebate Fund and the OCTFME Special Account;

(12) Office of Planning. - $14,419,000 (including $13,684,000 from local funds, $525,000 from federal grant funds, $200,000 from other funds, and $10,000 from private funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Historic Landmark-District Protection and Historic District Filing Fees (Local) Fund and the Historical Landmark-District Protection and Historic District Filing Fees (O-Type) Fund;

(13) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development. ­ $43,138,000 (including $26,585,000 from local funds and $16,552,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Industrial Revenue Bond Account, the H Street Retail Priority Area Grant Fund, the Soccer Stadium Financing Fund, the Economic Development Special Account, the Walter Reed Redevelopment Fund, the Walter Reed Reinvestment Fund, and the St. Elizabeth's East Campus Redevelopment Fund;

(14) Office of the People's Counsel. - $10,004,000 (including $689,000 from local funds and $9,315,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Office of People's Counsel Agency Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(15) Office of the Tenant Advocate. - $4,184,000 (including $3,524,000 from local funds and $660,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Rental Housing Registration Fund are authorized for expenditure by the Office of the Tenant Advocate until the end of the applicable time period set forth section in 203c(d) of the Rental Housing Act of 1985, effective October 30, 2018 (D.C. Law 22-168, D.C. Code § 42-3502.03e(d)), and shall remain available for expenditure by the Office of the Tenant Advocate until such time;

(16) Office of Zoning. - $3,311,000 from local funds;

(17) Public Service Commission. - $16,286,000 (including $581,000 from federal grant funds, $15,693,000 from other funds, and $12,000 from private funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Public Service Commission Agency Fund and the PJM Settlement Fund;

(18) Real Property Tax Appeals Commission. - $1,784,000 from local funds; and

(19) Rental Housing Commission - $1,398,000 from local funds.

Public Safety and Justice

Public safety and justice, $1,409,282,000 (including $1,189,129,000 from local funds, $159,053,000 from federal grant funds, $150,000 from Medicaid payments, $57,771,000 from other funds, $413,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for the District of Columbia National Guard" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019, $2,150,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019, and $615,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019), to be allocated as follows:

(1) Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure. - $360,000 (including $35,000 from local funds and $325,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019);

(2) Corrections Information Council. - $736,000 from local funds;

(3) Criminal Code Reform Commission. - $723,000 from local funds;

(4) Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. - $3,774,000 (including $1,474,000 from local funds, $150,000 from federal grant funds, and $2,150,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment to the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019);

(5) Department of Corrections. - $178,810,000 (including $152,936,000 from local funds, $283,000 from federal grant funds, and $25,591,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Correction Trustee Reimbursement Fund, the Inmate Welfare Fund, and the Correction Reimbursement-Juveniles Fund;

(6) Department of Forensic Sciences. - $28,517,000 (including $28,057,000 from local funds and $460,000 from federal grant funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Department of Forensic Sciences Laboratory Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(7) District of Columbia National Guard. - $14,563,000 (including $4,938,000 from local funds, $9,211,000 from federal grant funds, and $413,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for the District of Columbia National Guard" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019); provided, that the Mayor shall reimburse the District of Columbia National Guard for expenses incurred in connection with services that are performed in emergencies by the National Guard in a militia status and are requested by the Mayor, in amounts that shall be jointly determined and certified as due and payable for these services by the Mayor and the Commanding General of the District of Columbia National Guard; provided further, that such sums as may be necessary for reimbursement to the District of Columbia National Guard under the preceding proviso shall be available pursuant to this act, and the availability of the sums shall be deemed as constituting payment in advance for emergency services involved;

(8) District of Columbia Sentencing Commission. - $1,267,000 from local funds;

(9) Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department. - $281,520,000 (including $279,539,000 from local funds and $1,981,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department EMS Reform Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(10) Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. - $137,484,000 (including $5,497,000 from local funds and $131,986,000 from federal grant funds);

(11) Judicial Nomination Commission. - $298,000 (including $8,000 from local funds and $290,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Judicial Commissions" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019);

(12) Metropolitan Police Department. - $526,422,000 (including $515,374,000 from local funds, $3,662,000 from federal grant funds, and $7,386,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Asset Forfeiture Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(13) Office of Administrative Hearings. - $10,435,000 (including $10,285,000 from local funds and $150,000 from Medicaid payments);

(14) Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement. - $7,579,000 from local funds, provided, that the Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement is authorized to spend appropriated funds for the purposes set forth in section 101 of the Neighborhood Engagement Achieves Results Amendment Act of 2016, effective June 30, 2016 (D.C. Law 21-125; D.C. Official Code § 7-2411);

(15) Office of Police Complaints. - $2,791,000 from local funds;

(16) Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. - $12,945,000 from local funds;

(17) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice. - $1,571,000 from local funds;

(18) Office of Unified Communications. - $52,251,000 (including $32,260,000 from local funds, and $19,991,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Emergency and Non-Emergency Number Telephone Calling Systems Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(19) Office of Victim Services and Justice Grants. - $54,174,000 (including $38,052,000 from local funds, $13,300,000 from federal grant funds, and $2,822,000 from other funds); provided, that $11,057,000 shall be made available to award a grant to the District of Columbia Bar Foundation for the purpose of administering the Access to Justice Initiative and the Civil Legal Counsel Projects Program, of which not less than $300,000 shall be available to fund the District of Columbia Poverty Lawyer Loan Repayment Assistance Program, and of which not less than $4,500,000 shall be available to fund the Civil Legal Counsel Projects Program; provided further, that the funds authorized for expenditure for the District of Columbia Poverty Lawyer Loan Repayment Assistance Program and the Civil Legal Counsel Projects Program shall remain available for expenditure, without regard to fiscal year, until September 30, 2020; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Crime Victims Assistance Fund, the Domestic Violence Shelter and Transitional Housing Fund, the Community-Based Violence Reduction Fund, and the Private Security Camera Incentive Fund; and

(20) Police Officers' and Firefighters' Retirement System. - $93,061,000 from local funds.

Public Education System

Public education system, $2,817,856,000 (including $2,381,362,000 from local funds, $5,520,000 from dedicated taxes, $300,237,000 from federal grant funds, $27,903,000 from other funds, $2,834,000 from private funds, $60,000,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019, and $40,000,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019 for the purposes specified in section 3004(b) of the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act, approved April 15, 2011 (125 Stat 200; D.C. Official Code § 38-1853.04(b)), to be allocated as follows:

(1) District of Columbia Public Charter Schools. - $904,769,000 from local funds; provided, that there shall be quarterly disbursement of funds to the District of Columbia public charter schools, with the first payment to occur within 15 days of the beginning of the fiscal year; provided further, that if the entirety of this allocation has not been provided as payments to any public charter schools currently in operation through the per pupil funding formula, the funds shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020 for public education in accordance with section 2403(b)(2) of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.03(b)(2)); provided further, that of the amounts made available to District of Columbia public charter schools, $230,000 shall be made available to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer as authorized by section 2403(b)(6) of the District of Columbia School Reform Act of 1995, approved April 26, 1996 (110 Stat. 1321; D.C. Official Code § 38-1804.03(b)(6)); provided further, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the District of Columbia public charter schools on July 1, 2020, an amount equal to 35 percent, or for new charter school local education agencies that opened for the first time after December 31, 2019, an amount equal to 45 percent, of the total amount of the local funds appropriations provided for payments to public charter schools in the proposed budget of the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2021 (as adopted by the District), and the amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for such payments for Fiscal Year 2021; provided further, that the annual financial audit for the performance of an individual District of Columbia public charter school shall be funded by the charter school;

(2) District of Columbia Public Charter School Board. - $11,959,000 (including $1,800,000 from local funds and $10,159,000 from other funds);

(3) District of Columbia Public Library. - $67,263,000 (including $64,976,000 from local funds, $1,115,000 from federal grant funds, $1,155,000 from other funds, and $17,000 from private funds); provided, that not to exceed $8,500 of such amount, from local funds, shall be available for the Chief Librarian of the District of Columbia Public Library for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Copies and Printing Fund, the E-Rate Reimbursement Fund, the Library Collections Account, the Books From Birth Fund, and the DCPL Revenue-Generating Activities Fund;

(4) District of Columbia Public Schools. - $966,328,000 (including $902,523,000 from local funds, $15,915,000 from federal grant funds, $15,238,000 from other funds, $2,652,000 from private funds, and $30,000,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019); provided, that not to exceed $10,600 of such local funds shall be available for the Chancellor for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10); provided further, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the District of Columbia Public Schools on July 1, 2020, an amount equal to 10 percent of the total amount of the local funds appropriations provided for the District of Columbia Public Schools in the proposed budget of the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2021 (as adopted by the District), and the amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for the District of Columbia Public Schools for Fiscal Year 2021; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the E-Rate Education Fund, the Reserve Officer Training Corps Fund, the Afterschool Program-Copayment Fund, the At-Risk Supplemental Allocation Preservation Fund, the District of Columbia Public Schools Sales and Sponsorship Fund, and the District of Columbia Public Schools' Nonprofit School Food Service Fund; provided further, that the District of Columbia Public Schools is authorized to spend appropriated funds consistent with section 105(c)(5) of the Public Education Reform Amendment Act of 2007, effective June 12, 2007 (D.C. Law 17-9; D.C. Official Code § 38-174(c)(5));

(5) District of Columbia State Athletics Commission. - $1,300,000 (including $1,200,000 from local funds and $100,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the State Athletic Activities, Programs, and Office Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(6) Non-Public Tuition. - $60,010,000 from local funds;

(7) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Education. - $21,369,000 (including $21,309,000 from local funds and $60,000 from private funds); provided, that $1,650,000 in local funds shall be available for the Workforce Investment Council for activities consistent with the Workforce Investment Implementation Act of 2000, effective July 18, 2000 (D.C. Law 13-150; D.C. Official Code § 32-1601 et seq.), and consistent with the DC Central Kitchen Grants Amendment Act of 2018, effective October 30, 2018 (D.C. Law 22-168; 65 DCR 9388), as amended by the DC Central Kitchen Grants Extension Amendment Act of 2019, passed on 2nd reading on June 18, 2019 (Enrolled version of Bill 23-209), $500,000 shall remain available for that grant until September 30, 2020;

(8) Office of the State Superintendent of Education. - $538,960,000 (including $178,878,000 from local funds, $5,520,000 from dedicated taxes, $283,207,000 from federal grant funds, $1,250,000 from other funds, $105,000 from private funds, $30,000,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for School Improvement" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019, and $40,000,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019 for the purposes specified in § 3004(b) of the Scholarships for Opportunity and Results Act, approved April 15, 2011 (125 Stat 200; D.C. Official Code § 38-1853.04(b)); provided, that of the amounts provided to the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, $1,000,000 from local funds shall remain available until June 30, 2020, for an audit of the student enrollment of each District of Columbia public school and of each District of Columbia public charter school; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Charter School Credit Enhancement Fund, the Student Residency Verification Fund, the Community Schools Fund, the Special Education Enhancement Fund, the Child Development Facilities Fund, the Access to Quality Child Care Fund, the Common Lottery Board Fund, the Healthy Schools Fund, the Healthy Tots Fund, the Statewide Special Education Compliance Fund, the School Safety and Positive Climate Fund, and the Student Enrollment Fund;

(9) Special Education Transportation. - $94,546,000 from local funds; provided, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the Special Education Transportation agency under the direction of the Office of the State Superintendent of Education, on July 1, 2020, an amount equal to 10 percent of the total amount of the local funds appropriations provided for the Special Education Transportation agency in the proposed budget for the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2021 (as adopted by the District), and the amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for the Special Education Transportation agency for Fiscal Year 2021; provided further, that amounts appropriated under this paragraph may be used to offer financial incentives as necessary to reduce the number of routes serving 2 or fewer students;

(10) State Board of Education. - $2,160,000 from local funds;

(11) Teachers' Retirement System. - $58,888,000 from local funds; and

(12) University of the District of Columbia Subsidy Account. - $90,303,000 from local funds; provided, that this appropriation shall not be available to subsidize the education of nonresidents of the District at the University of the District of Columbia, unless the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia adopts, for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2020, a tuition-rate schedule that establishes the tuition rate for nonresident students at a level no lower than the nonresident tuition rate charged at comparable public institutions of higher education in the metropolitan area; provided further, that, notwithstanding the amounts otherwise provided under this heading or any other provision of law, there shall be appropriated to the University of the District of Columbia on July 1, 2020, an amount equal to 10 percent of the total amount of the local funds appropriations provided for the University of the District of Columbia in the proposed budget of the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2021 (as adopted by the District), and the amount of such payment shall be chargeable against the final amount provided for the University of the District of Columbia for Fiscal Year 2021; provided further, that not to exceed $10,600 of such amount shall be available for the President of the University of the District of Columbia for official reception and representation expenses and for purposes consistent with the Discretionary Funds Act of 1973, approved October 26, 1973 (87 Stat. 509; D.C. Official Code § 1-333.10).

Human Support Services

Human support services, $4,952,689,000 (including $2,136,801,000 from local funds, $81,732,000 from dedicated taxes, $441,772,000 from federal grant funds, $2,245,028,000 from Medicaid payments, $41,841,000 from other funds, $765,000 from private funds, and $4,750,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Testing and Treatment of HIV/AIDS" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019); to be allocated as follows:

(1) Child and Family Services Agency. - $218,478,000 (including $160,315,000 from local funds, $57,159,000 from federal grant funds, $1,000,000 from other funds, and $5,000 from private funds);

(2) Department of Aging and Community Living. - $52,381,000 (including $41,999,000 from local funds, $7,240,000 from federal grant funds, and $3,142,000 from Medicaid payments);

(3) Department of Behavioral Health. - $308,491,000 (including $266,741,000 from local funds, $200,000 from dedicated taxes, $35,758,000 from federal grant funds, $2,844,000 from Medicaid payments, $2,352,000 from other funds, and $597,000 from private funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Addiction Prevention and Recovery Administration-Choice in Drug Treatment (HCSN) Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(4) Department of Disability Services. - $190,342,000 (including $138,251,000 from local funds, $31,880,000 from federal grant funds, $12,501,000 from Medicaid payments, and $7,710,000 from other funds); provided that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Randolph Shepherd Unassigned Facilities Fund, the Cost of Care­Non-Medicaid Clients Fund, and the Contribution to Costs of Supports Fund;

(5) Department of Health. - $255,146,000 (including $86,917,000 from local funds, $140,498,000 from federal grant funds, $22,846,000 from other funds, $136,000 from private funds, and $4,750,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Testing and Treatment of HIV/AIDS" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Health Professional Recruitment Fund (Medical Loan Repayment), the Board of Medicine Fund, the Pharmacy Protection Fund, the State Health Planning and Development Agency Fees Fund, the Civil Monetary Penalties Fund, the State Health Planning and Development Agency Admission Fee Fund, the ICF/MR Fees and Fines Fund, the Human Services Facility Fee Fund, the Communicable and Chronic Disease Prevention and Treatment Fund, and the Animal Education and Outreach Fund;

(6) Department of Health Care Finance. - $3,124,770,000 (including $830,016,000 from local funds, $81,532,000 from dedicated taxes, $77,000 from federal grant funds, $2,209,118,000 from Medicaid payments, and $4,028,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Healthy DC Fund, the Nursing Homes Quality of Care Fund, the Stevie Sellows Fund, the Medicaid Collections-3rd Party Liability Fund, the Bill of Rights (Grievance and Appeals) Fund, the Hospital Provider Fee Fund, the Hospital Fund, and the Individual Insurance Market Affordability and Stability Fund;

(7) Department of Human Services. - $587,370,000 (including $400,124,000 from local funds, $168,822,000 from federal grant funds, $17,423,000 from Medicaid payments, and $1,000,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the SSI Payback Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(8) Department of Parks and Recreation. - $57,542,000 (including $54,642,000 from local funds and $2,900,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Recreation Enterprise Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020; provided further, that the Department of Parks and Recreation is authorized to spend appropriated funds from the Recreation Enterprise Fund for the purposes set forth in section 4 of the Recreation Act of 1994, effective March 23, 1995 (D.C. Law 10-246; D.C. Official Code § 10-303);

(9) Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services. - $89,907,000 from local funds; provided, that of the local funds appropriated for the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services, $12,000 shall be used to fund the requirements of the Interstate Compact for Juveniles;

(10) Employees' Compensation Fund. - $25,552,000 from local funds; provided, that such amount shall be deposited into the Employees' Compensation Fund; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Employees' Compensation Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(11) Not-for-Profit Hospital Corporation Subsidy. - $22,137,000 from local funds;

(12) Office of Human Rights. - $6,013,000 (including $5,647,000 from local funds, $339,000 from federal grant funds, and $27,000 from private funds);

(13) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services. - $1,878,000 from local funds;

(14) Office of Veterans' Affairs. - $843,000 (including $838,000 from local funds and $5,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Office of Veterans Affairs Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(15) Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs. - $904,000 from local funds;

(16) Office on Latino Affairs. - $5,453,000 from local funds; and

(17) Unemployment Compensation Fund. - $5,480,000 from local funds.

Public Works

Public works, $1,019,922,000 (including $667,206,000 from local funds, $84,470,000 from dedicated taxes, $44,604,000 from federal grant funds, $220,156,000 from other funds, and $3,486,000 from private funds), to be allocated as follows:

(1) Department of Energy and Environment. - $180,253,000 (including $30,395,000 from local funds, $30,095,000 from federal grant funds, $116,277,000 from other funds, and $3,486,000 from private funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Storm Water Permit Review Fund, the Sustainable Energy Trust Fund, the Brownfield Revitalization Fund, the Anacostia River Clean Up and Protection Fund, the Wetlands Fund, the Energy Assistance Trust Fund, the Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund, the Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Fund, the DC Municipal Aggregation Program Fund, the Fishing License Fund, the Renewable Energy Development Fund, the Special Energy Assessment Fund, the Air Quality Construction Permits Fund, the WASA Utility Discount Program Fund, the Pesticide Product Registration Fund, the Storm Water Fees Fund, the Stormwater In-Lieu Fee Payment Fund, the Economy II Fund, the Residential Aid Discount Fund, the Residential Essential Services Fund, the Benchmarking Enforcement Fund, the Product Stewardship Fund, the Rail Safety and Security Fund, the Indoor Mold Assessment Fund, and the Clean Rivers Impervious Area Charge Assistance Fund; provided further, that funds in the available fund balance of the Renewable Energy Development Fund may be obligated in Fiscal Year 2020, pursuant to grant awards, through September 30, 2023, and that such funds so obligated are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2023;

(2) Department of For-Hire Vehicles. - $19,119,000 (including $5,895,000 from local funds, and $13,224,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Taxicab Assessment Act Fund and the Public Vehicles for Hire Consumer Service Fund;

(3) Department of Motor Vehicles. - $44,731,000 (including $34,776,000 from local funds and $9,955,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Motor Vehicle Inspection Station Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(4) Department of Public Works. - $160,077,000 (including $150,885,000 from local funds and $9,191,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Solid Waste Disposal Fee Fund and the Super Can Program Fund;

(5) Department of Transportation. - $146,658,000 (including $108,641,000 from local funds, $14,509,000 from federal grant funds, and $23,508,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Bicycle Sharing Fund, the Performance Parking Program Fund, the Tree Fund, the DDOT Enterprise Fund-Non Tax Revenues Fund, the Sustainable Transportation Fund, the Vision Zero Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Fund, the Transportation Infrastructure Project Fund, Parking Meter Pay-by-Phone Transaction Fee Fund, and the DC Circulator Fund; provided further, that there are appropriated any amounts received, or to be received, without regard to fiscal year, from the Potomac Electric Power Company, or any of its related companies, successors, or assigns, for the purpose of paying or reimbursing the District Department of Transportation for the costs of designing, constructing, acquiring, and installing facilities, infrastructure, and equipment for use and ownership by the Potomac Electric Power Company, or any of its related companies, successors, or assigns, related to or associated with the undergrounding of electric distribution lines in the District of Columbia, and any interest earned on those funds, which amounts and interest shall not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund at the end of a fiscal year or at any other time, but shall be continually available without regard to fiscal year limitation until expended for the designated purposes;

(6) Office of the Deputy Mayor for Operations and Infrastructure. - $1,304,000 from local funds;

(7) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. - $467,622,000 (including $335,152,000 from local funds, $84,470,000 from dedicated taxes, and $48,000,000 from other funds); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Dedicated Taxes Fund and the Parking Meter WMATA Fund; provided further, that all funds budgeted without regard to fiscal year for the adult learner transit subsidy program established by section 2(i) of the School Transit Subsidy Act of 1978, effective March 6, 1979 (D.C. Law 2-152; D.C. Official Code § 35-233(i)), are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020; provided further, that there are appropriated any amounts deposited, or to be deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ("WMATA") Dedicated Financing Fund for the purpose of funding WMATA capital improvements, which amounts shall not revert to the unrestricted fund balance of the General Fund at the end of a fiscal year or at any other time, but shall be continually available until expended for the designated purposes; and

(8) Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission. - $158,000 from local funds.

Financing and Other

Financing and Other, $1,522,285,000 (including $1,013,315,000 from local funds, $362,134,000 from dedicated taxes, $18,465,000 from federal grant funds, $99,581,000 from other funds, and $28,790,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs in the District of Columbia" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019), to be allocated as follows:

(1) Commercial Paper Program. - $10,000,000 from local funds;

(2) Convention Center Transfer. - $153,227,000 (including $149,497,000 from dedicated taxes and $3,730,000 from other funds);

(3) Debt Service - Issuance Costs. - $9,000,000 from local funds for the payment of debt service issuance costs;

(4) District Retiree Health Contribution. - $47,300,000 from local funds for a District Retiree Health Contribution;

(5) Emergency Planning and Security Fund. - $28,790,000 from federal payment funds requested to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs in the District of Columbia" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019; provided, that, notwithstanding any other law, obligations and expenditures that are pending reimbursement under the heading "Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs in the District of Columbia" may be charged to this appropriations heading;

(6) Highway Transportation Fund. - Transfers. - $26,298,000 from dedicated taxes;

(7) John A. Wilson Building Fund. - $3,807,000 from local funds for expenses associated with the John A. Wilson building;

(8) Master Equipment Lease/Purchase Program. - $4,486,000 from local funds;

(9) Non-Departmental Account. - $11,289,000 (including $3,100,000 from local funds and $8,189,000 from other funds), to be transferred by the Mayor of the District of Columbia within the various appropriations headings in this act, to account for anticipated costs that cannot be allocated to specific agencies during the development of the proposed budget;

(10) Pay-As-You-Go Capital Fund. - $284,924,000 (including $24,745,000 from local funds, $178,500,000 from dedicated taxes, and $81,679,000 from other funds) to be transferred to the Capital Fund, in lieu of capital financing;

(11) Repayment of Loans and Interest. - $818,232,000 (including $793,784,000 from local funds, $18,465,000 from federal grant funds, and $5,983,000 from other funds), for payment of principal, interest, and certain fees directly resulting from borrowing by the District of Columbia to fund District of Columbia capital projects as authorized by sections 462, 475, and 490 of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 774; D.C. Official Code §§ 1-204.62, 1-204.75, and 1-204.90);

(12) Repayment of Revenue Bonds. - $7,839,000 from dedicated taxes for the repayment of revenue bonds;

(13) Settlements and Judgments.- $28,025,000 from local funds for making refunds and for the payment of legal settlements or judgments that have been entered against the District of Columbia government; provided, that this amount may be increased by such sums as may be necessary for making refunds and for the payment of legal settlements or judgments that have been entered against the District of Columbia government and such sums may be paid from the applicable or available funds of the District of Columbia; and

(14) Workforce Investments Account. - $89,068,000 from local funds for workforce investments; provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the following funds are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020: the Compensation Units 1 and 2 Compensation and Classification Reform Fund and the Workforce Investments Account.

Enterprise and Other Funds

The amount of $1,993,707,000 (including $1,768,436,000 from enterprise and other funds and $225,271,000 from enterprise and other funds - dedicated taxes), shall be provided to enterprise funds as follows; provided, that, in the event that certain dedicated revenues exceed budgeted amounts, the General Fund budget authority may be increased as needed to transfer all such revenues, pursuant to local law, to the Capital Improvements Program, the Highway Trust Fund, the Washington Convention Center and Sports Authority, and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority:

(1) Ballpark Revenue Fund. - $38,067,000 (including $12,148,000 from enterprise and other funds and $25,919,000 from enterprise and other funds - dedicated taxes);

(2) District of Columbia Retirement Board. - $42,836,000 from the earnings of the applicable retirement funds to pay legal, management, investment, and other fees and administrative expenses of the District of Columbia Retirement Board;

(3) District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority. - $614,523,000 from enterprise and other funds; provided, that not to exceed $25,000 of this amount shall be available for representation; provided further, that not to exceed $15,000 of this amount shall be available for official meetings. For construction projects, $4,517,663,000, to be distributed as follows: $908,759,000 for Wastewater Treatment; $912,208,000 for the Sanitary Sewer System; $883,131,000 for the Water System; $122,758,000 for Non Process Facilities; $1,146,417,000 for the Combined Sewer Overflow Program; $174,197,000 for the Washington Aqueduct; $64,388,000 for the Stormwater Program; and $305,805,000 for the capital equipment program; in addition, $40,000,000 for Federal payment funds request to be appropriated by the Congress under the heading "Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority" in the Fiscal Year 2020 Federal Portion Budget Request Act of 2019; provided, that the requirements and restrictions that are applicable to General Fund capital improvement projects and that are set forth in this act under the Capital Outlay appropriation heading shall apply to projects approved under this appropriation account;

(4) Health Benefit Exchange Authority. - $31,769,000 from enterprise and other funds;

(5) Housing Finance Agency. - $13,582,000 from enterprise and other funds; provided, that all funds budgeted without regard to fiscal year for the Reverse Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020; provided further, that all funds budgeted without regard to fiscal year for the Public Housing Credit-Building Pilot Program are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2021;

(6) Housing Production Trust Fund. - $115,680,000 (including $38,645,000 from enterprise and other funds and $77,035,000 from enterprise and other funds - dedicated taxes); provided, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Housing Production Trust Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(7) Not-For-Profit Hospital Corporation. - $152,137,000 from enterprise and other funds;

(8) Office of Lottery and Gaming. - $211,974,000 from enterprise and other funds; provided, that, after notification to the Mayor, amounts appropriated herein may be increased by an amount necessary for the Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund to make transfers to the General Fund and to cover prizes, agent commissions, and gaming-related fees directly associated with unanticipated excess lottery revenues not included in this appropriation;

(9) Other Post-Employment Benefits Trust Administration. - $9,069,000 from enterprise and other funds;

(10) Repayment of PILOT Financing. - $57,965,000 enterprise and other funds - dedicated taxes;

(11) Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Program. - $64,352,000 from enterprise and other funds - dedicated taxes;

(12) Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund. - $185,382,000 from enterprise and other funds;

(13) University of the District of Columbia. - $173,857,000 from enterprise and other funds; provided, that these funds shall not revert to the General Fund at the end of a fiscal year or at any other time, but shall be continually available for expenditure until September 30, 2020, without regard to fiscal year limitation; provided further, that all funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Higher Education Incentive Program Fund are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020;

(14) Washington Aqueduct. - $68,712,000 from enterprise and other funds; and

(15) Washington Convention and Sports Authority. - $213,801,000 from enterprise and other funds.

Reserve Accounts

(1) Cash Flow Reserve Account. - All funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Cash Flow Reserve Account, established pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 47-392.02(j-2), are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020.

(2) Fiscal Stabilization Reserve Account. - All funds deposited, without regard to fiscal year, into the Fiscal Stabilization Reserve Account, established pursuant to D.C. Official Code § 47-392.02(j-1), are authorized for expenditure and shall remain available for expenditure until September 30, 2020.

Capital Outlay

For capital construction projects, an increase of $2,440,463,000 of which $2,097,696,000 shall be from local funds, $5,000,000 shall be from private grant funds, $60,772,000 shall be from local transportation funds, $51,792,000 shall be from the District of Columbia Highway Trust Fund, and $225,203,000 shall be from federal grant funds, and a rescission of $462,480,000 of which $399,489,000 shall be from local funds, $1,531,000 shall be from local transportation funds, $28,476,000 shall be from the District of Columbia Highway Trust Fund, and $32,984,000 shall be from federal grant funds appropriated under this heading in prior fiscal years, for a net amount of $1,977,983,000, to remain available until expended; provided, that all funds provided by this act shall be available only for the specific projects and purposes intended; provided further, that amounts appropriated under this act may be increased by the amount transferred from funds appropriated in this act as Pay-AsYou-Go Capital funds.

Sec. 3. Local portion of the budget.

The budget adopted pursuant to this act constitutes the local portion of the annual budget for the District of Columbia government under section 446(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 801; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.46(a)).

Sec. 4. Fiscal impact statement.

The Council adopts the fiscal impact statement of the Chief Financial Officer as the fiscal impact statement required by section 4a of the General Legislative Procedures Act of 1975, approved October 16, 2006 (120 Stat. 2038; D.C. Official Code § 1-301.47a).

Sec. 5. Effective date.

As provided in section 446(a) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 801; D.C. Official Code § 1-204.46(a)), this act shall take effect following approval by the Mayor (or in the event of veto by the Mayor, action by the Council to override the veto), a 30-day period of congressional review as provided in section 602(c)(l) of the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, approved December 24, 1973 (87 Stat. 813; D.C. Official Code § 1-206.02(c)(l)), and publication in the District of Columbia Register.