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Special Approp to the Governor

Special Appropriations to the Governor has been created as a budget entity to separate appropriations that the Governor allocates to other state agencies. Once the allocation is made, expenditures are recorded in the receiving agency. Special Appropriations to the Governor is also used to separate appropriations that are for deposit into other accounts.

Agency Mission

The Governor's Emergency Fund Appropriation is available for critical agency operations that are not supported by other appropriations. These funds may also be used for emergency construction or repair of public buildings. The appropriation has been used to finance unforeseen expenses in several agencies. Actual expenditures are displayed in the fund summary of each agency that received an allocation.
Request 438,651,000
Net change from current biennium 37,224,000 Increase
Percent change from current biennium 9.3% Increase

Operating Budget: Summary

Appropriated Funds

2019-21 Appropriations Appropriated Funds Expenditures
Amount Estimated Balance   2017-19 Actual 2019-21 Estimated 2021-23 Proposed
2,394,240,105 2,357,325,105 General Fund - Federal 36,915,000 8,442,000
27,004,000 27,004,000 Disaster Response Account - Federal
213,000 213,000 General Fund - Private/Local
234,304,000 (113,413,000) General Fund - State 117,503,000 347,717,000 264,293,000
Aeronautics Account - State
Char/Ed/Penal/Reform/Institutions - State
State Building Construction Account - State
97,481,245 97,481,245 Disaster Response Account - State
EWU Capital Projects Account - State
WSU Building Account - State
CWU Capital Projects Account - State
WWU Capital Projects Account - State
TESC Capital Projects Account - State
State Patrol Highway Account - State
Motorcycle Safety Education Account - State
Puget Sound Capital Construction - State
High-Occupancy Toll Lanes Operation - State
Transportation Partnership Account - State
Limited Fish and Wildlife Account - State
Highway Safety Account - State
Motor Vehicle Account - State
Puget Sound Ferry Operations Acct - State
Columbia River Basin Water Supply - State
Site Closure Account - State
200,000,000 200,000,000 Budget Stabilization Account - State
Cleanup Settlement Account - State
Judicial Stabilization Trust Acct - State 23,000
SR #520 Corridor Account - State
State Toxics Control Account - State
Local Toxics Control Account - State
Environ Legacy Stewardship Account - State
Special Category C Account - State
Multimodal Transportation Account - State
(1,473,000) Foundational Public Health Servs Ac - State 1,473,000 148,558,000
Education Construction Account - State
Recreation Resources Account - State
NOVA Program Account - State
Thurston County Capital Facilities - State
1,323,000 1,323,000 Dedicated Marijuana Acct - State 3,004,000
Special Personnel Litigat Rev Acct - State
Tacoma Narrows Toll Bridge Account - State
Transportation 2003 Acct (Nickel A) - State
Performance Audits of Government - State 69,000
(15,322,000) Dept of Retirement Systems Expense - State 15,322,000 21,000
Water Pollution Control Revolving - State
2,954,565,350 2,553,138,350 Total Appropriated Funds 120,507,000 401,427,000 421,406,000

Non-Appropriated Funds

2019-21 Non-Appropriated Funds Expenditures
Amount Balance Non-Apropriated Funds 2017-19 Actual 2019-21 Estimated 2021-23 Proposed
Statute Law Committee Publications - Nonappropriated 16,000
Info Tech Invest Rev Acct - Nonappropriated 17,229,000
Total Non-Appropriated Funds 17,245,000

Operating Budget: Program Summary

Program Title Actual Estimated Proposed
Actual Estimated Estimated Proposed Proposed
Annual Total 66,136,000 312,850,755 121,272,000 184,792,000 253,859,000

Operating Budget: Change from Preceding Biennium

Actual Estimated Proposed
Amount Percent Amount Percent Amount Percent
7,925,596 7.0% 313,615,755 260.2% 4,528,245 1.0%

Employment Summary

  Actual Estimated Proposed
  2018-19 Actual 2019-20 Estimated 2020-21 Estimated 2021-22 Proposed 2022-23 Proposed
FTE Staff Years