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Transportation Improvement Board

  Annual FTEs General Fund State Other Funds Total Funds
  (Dollars in Thousands)
Estimated Expenditures 15.9 0 244,512 244,512
2021-23 Maintenance Level 15.9 0 4,521 4,521
Difference from 2019-21 0.0 0 (239,991) (239,991)
% Change from 2019-21 0.0% 0.0% (98.2%) (98.2%)

2021-23 Policy Other Changes

Complete Streets Program 0.0 0 14,670 14,670
Small City Preservation Program 0.0 0 4,100 4,100
Arterial Preservation Program 0.0 0 201,000 201,000
2021-23 Policy Other Changes Total 0.0 0 219,770 219,770

2021-23 Policy Comp Changes

Pension Adjustments, nonrate 0.0 0 2 2
State Employee Benefits 0.0 0 (4) (4)
Temporary Layoffs and Other Savings 0.0 0 (124) (124)
Non-Rep General Wage Increase 0.0 0 (62) (62)
2021-23 Policy Comp Changes Total 0.0 0 (188) (188)

2021-23 Policy Central Services Changes

Audit Services 0.0 0 (1) (1)
CTS Central Services 0.0 0 3 3
DES Central Services 0.0 0 (7) (7)
OFM Central Services 0.0 0 13 13
Self-Insurance Liability Premium 0.0 0 1 1
2021-23 Policy Central Services Changes Total 0.0 0 9 9
Total Policy Changes 0.0 0 219,591 219,591
2021-23 Policy Level 15.9 0 224,112 224,112
Difference from 2019-21 0.0 0 (20,400) (20,400)
% Change from 2019-21 0.0% 0.0% (8.3%) (8.3%)

Policy Changes

Complete Streets Program

The Complete Streets Grant Program funds planning, design, and infrastructure for multimodal transportation needs of cities and counties that have adopted the complete streets ordinance. (Complete Streets Grant Program Acct - State)

Small City Preservation Program

The Small City Preservation Program (SCPP) and City Hardship Assistance Program (CHAP) provides funding to cities with populations of fewer than 5,000 people for chip seals, overlay of existing pavement, and maintenance of existing sidewalks. CHAP provides resurfacing assistance to offset costs of a state route jurisdictional transfer. (Small City Pavement & Sidewalk Acct - State)

Arterial Preservation Program

Funding is provided for the Urban Arterial Program (UAP), Sidewalk Program (SP), Small City Arterial Program (SCAP) and Arterial Preservation Program (APP). (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

Pension Adjustments, nonrate

This funds the potential impact of Department of Retirement Systems request legislation on pension service credit and benefit calculation. It will prevent budget reductions such as temporary layoffs from negatively affecting employee retirement benefits. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

State Employee Benefits

Health insurance funding is provided for state employees who are not represented by a union, who are covered by a bargaining agreement that is not subject to financial feasibility determination, or who are not part of the coalition of unions for health benefits. The insurance funding rate is $988 per employee per month for fiscal year 2022 and $1,018 per employee per month for fiscal year 2023. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

Temporary Layoffs and Other Savings

This item reflects savings achieved from temporary layoffs or similar actions. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

Non-Rep General Wage Increase

This reflects savings from the cancellation of the July 1, 2020 general wage increase for some non-represented, non-classified employees. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

Audit Services

Adjustments are made for each agency’s anticipated cost of audits performed by the State Auditor’s Office. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

CTS Central Services

Adjustments are made to reflect each agency’s anticipated share of charges from Consolidated Technology Services (CTS) for the Office of the Chief Information Officer, Office of Cyber Security, state network, enterprise services, small agency IT services, security gateways, and geospatial imaging services (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

DES Central Services

Adjustments are made to reflect each agency’s anticipated share of charges from the Department of Enterprise Services (DES) for campus rent, utilities, parking, and contracts; capital project surcharges; financing cost recovery; public and historic facilities; real estate services; risk management services; personnel service rates; the Perry Street child care center; small agency services; and the department’s enterprise applications (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

OFM Central Services

Adjustments are made to reflect each agency’s anticipated share of charges from the Office of Financial Management (OFM) for statewide financial applications, One Washington, and other OFM central services (Transportation Improvement Account - State)

Self-Insurance Liability Premium

Adjustments are made to reflect each agency's share of actuarily projected costs of the Self-Insurance Liability Account. This includes adjustments to existing funding levels as well as enhancements for anticipated liabilities in the 2021-23 biennium. (Transportation Improvement Account - State)