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Senate Expenditures by Category (pdf * – 4K)
The Senate Budget Display Table includes the amounts provided for Senator salaries, mileage and per diem. Additionally displayed are expenditures for staff salary and benefits, as well as operations.

Assembly Expenditures By Category (pdf * – 4K)
The Assembly Budget Display Table includes the amounts provided for Assemblymember salaries, mileage and per diem. Additionally displayed are expenditures for staff salary and benefits, as well as operations.

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/StateAgencyBudgets/0010/0100/department.html

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Index of Funds

This page provides an alphabetical index of all funds and identifies the organization responsible for administration of the funds.

By clicking on the Administering Organization name, you will be transferred to the department’s budget web page. This web page provides access to all budget information for this department, including its Fund Condition Statement.

By clicking on the administering organization’s FCS link, the organization’s Fund Condition Statement (FCS) in a printable pdf document will be displayed.

Fund Name
Fund Code
Administering Organization
Fund Condition Statement
Abandoned Mine Reclamation and Minerals Fund Subaccount, Mine Reclamation Account 3025 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Abandoned Watercraft Abatement Fund 0577 Boating and Waterways, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Accountancy Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0704 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Acupuncture Fund 0108 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Acute Orphan Well Account, Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Administrative Fund 3102 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Administration Account 0625 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Administration Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0638 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Aeronautics Account, State Transportation Fund 0041 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Affordable Housing Innovation Fund 6068 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
AIDS Drug Assistance Program Rebate Fund 3080 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Air Pollution Control Fund 0115 Air Resources Board FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Air Quality Improvement Fund 3119 Air Resources Board FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Air Toxics Inventory and Assessment Account 0434 Air Resources Board FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Alcohol Beverages Control Fund 3036 Alcoholic Beverage Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Fund 0117 Alcoholic Beverage Control Appeals Board FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Alternative and Renewable Fuel and Vehicle Technology Fund 3117 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Analytical Laboratory Account, Department of Food and Agriculture Fund 3101 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Annuitants’ Health Care Coverage Fund 0833 Public Employees’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Antiterrorism Fund 3034 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Appellate Court Trust Fund 3060 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Apprenticeship Training Contribution Fund 3022 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Armory Discretionary Improvement Account 0485 Military Department FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Asbestos Consultant Certification Account-Asbestos Training and Consultant Certification Fund 0368 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Asbestos Training Approval Account, Asbestos Training and Consultant Certification Account 0369 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Assembly Operating Fund 0125 Legislature FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Athletic Commission Fund 0326 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Attorney General Antitrust Account 0012 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Bay Fill Clean-Up and Abatement Fund 0914 San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Behavioral Science Examiners Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0773 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Bi-metal Processing Fee Account, California Beverage Container Recycling Fund 0277 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Bicycle Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund 0045 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Birth Defects Monitoring Fund 3114 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Board of Pilot Commissioners’ Special Fund 0290 Pilot Commissioners for the Bays of San Francisco, San Pablo, and Suisun, Board of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Board of Podiatric Medicine Fund 0295 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Board of Registered Nursing Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0761 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Bosco-Keene Renewable Resources Investment Fund 0940 Renewable Resources Investment Program FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Breast Cancer Control Account 0009 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Breast Cancer Fund 0004 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Breast Cancer Research Account 0007 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Building Equity and Growth in Neighborhoods (BEGIN) Fund 6038 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Building Standards Administration Special Revolving Fund 3144 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Bureau of Home Furnishings and Thermal Insulation Fund 0752 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
CA Ports Infrastructure, Security, & AirQuality Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, & Port Security Fund of 2006 6054 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Cal-OSHA Targeted Inspection and Consultation Fund 0096 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
California Advanced Services Fund 3141 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
California Agricultural Export Promotion Account 0124 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
California Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders Research Fund 0823 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
California Architects Board Fund 0706 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
California Beach and Coastal Enhancement Account, California Environmental License Plate Fund 0371 Coastal Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 4K)
California Beverage Container Recycling Fund 0133 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
California Bingo Fund 3131 Gambling Control Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 7K)
California Board of Architectural Examiners – Landscape Architects Fund 0757 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
California Breast Cancer Research Fund 0945 University of California FCS (pdf * – 4K)
California Children and Families First Trust Fund 0623 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
California Debt and Investment Advisory Commission Fund 0171 Debt and Investment Advisory Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
California Debt Limit Allocation Committee Fund 0169 Debt Limit Allocation Committee, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
California Environmental License Plate Fund 0140 Environmental Protection Program FCS (pdf * – 5K)
California Fire and Arson Training Fund 0198 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
California Fund for Senior Citizens 0983 Senior Legislature, California FCS (pdf * – 2K)
California Hazardous Liquid Pipeline Safety Fund 0209 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
California Health Data and Planning Fund 0143 Statewide Health Planning and Development, Office of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
California High-Cost Fund-A Administrative Committee Fund 0464 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
California High-Cost Fund-B Administrative Committee Fund 0470 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
California Main Street Program Fund 3077 Parks and Recreation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 8K)
California Memorial Scholarship Fund 3033 Scholarshare Investment Board FCS (pdf * – 2K)
California Mexican American Veteran’s Memorial Beautification and Enhancement Account 0120 Veterans Affairs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
California Olympic Training Account 0442 State Controller FCS (pdf * – 2K)
California Residential Earthquake Recovery Fund 0285 Insurance, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
California Seniors Special Fund 0886 Commission on Aging FCS (pdf * – 2K)
California State Law Library Special Account 0020 State Library, California FCS (pdf * – 2K)
California Stem Cell Research and Cures Fund 6047 California Institute for Regenerative Medicine FCS (pdf * – 3K)
California Teleconnect Fund Administrative Committee Fund 0493 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
California Tire Recycling Management Fund 0226 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
California Used Oil Recycling Fund 0100 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
California Water Fund 0144 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
California Water Resources Development Bond Fund 0502 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
California Waterfowl Habitat Preservation Account, Fish and Game Preservation Fund 0211 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Cancer Research Fund 0589 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Cannery Inspection Fund 3081 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Car Wash Worker Fund 3072 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Car Wash Worker Restitution Fund 3071 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Caseload Subaccount, Sales Tax Growth Account 0354 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Cemetery Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0717 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Central Valley Water Project Construction Fund 0506 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Central Valley Water Project Revenue Fund 0507 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Certification Account, Consumer Affairs Fund 0166 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Certification Fund 0271 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Certified Access Specialist Fund 3091 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Charity Bingo Mitigation Fund 3132 Gambling Control Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Child Care Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0636 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Child Health and Safety Fund 0279 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Fund 0080 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Children’s Health and Human Services Special Fund 3156 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Children’s Medical Services Rebate Fund 3079 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Compliance Fund 3067 Board of Equalization, State FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0230 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Clandestine Drug Lab Clean-Up Account 0174 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Cleanup Loans and Environmental Assistance to Neighborhoods Account 1003 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Fund 0098 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy Fund 0296 Coachella Valley Mountains Conservancy FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Coastal Access Account, State Coastal Conservancy Fund 0593 State Coastal Conservancy FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Coastal Act Services Fund 3123 Coastal Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Coastal Wetlands Fund 3104 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Collins-Dugan California Conservation Corps Reimbursement Account 0318 Conservation Corps, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Community Revitalization Fee Fund 3038 Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Conservation and Enforcement Services Account, Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund 0265 Parks and Recreation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 8K)
Construction Management Education Account (CMEA) 0093 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Contingent Fund of the Medical Board of California 0758 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Continuing Care Provider Fee Fund 0163 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Contractors’ License Fund 0735 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Corrections Training Fund 0170 Corrections and Rehabilitation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Corridor Mobility Improvement Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6055 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Counties Children and Families Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0585 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
County School Service Fund Contingency Account 0030 Education, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Court Collection Account 0242 Franchise Tax Board FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Court Facilities Trust Fund 3066 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Court Interpreters’ Fund 0327 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Court Reporters Fund 0771 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Credit Union Fund 0299 Financial Institutions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Dam Safety Fund 3057 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Deaf and Disabled Telecommunications Program Administrative Committee Fund 0483 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Dealers’ Record of Sale Special Account 0460 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Deferred Compensation Plan Fund 0915 Personnel Administration, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Deficit Recovery Bond Retirement Sinking Fund Subaccount, Budget Stabilization Account 3090 State Treasurer FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Delinquent Tax Collection Fund 0167 Franchise Tax Board FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Delta Flood Protection Fund 0176 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Demonstration Disproportionate Share Hospital Fund 7502 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Dentally Underserved Account, State Dentistry Fund 3039 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Department of Agriculture Account, Department of Food and Agriculture Fund 0111 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Department of Justice Child Abuse Fund 0566 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Department of Justice DNA Testing Fund 0255 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Department of Justice Sexual Habitual Offender Fund 0142 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund 0106 Pesticide Regulation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Department of Water Resources Electric Power Fund 3100 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Developmental Disabilities Program Development Fund 0172 Developmental Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Developmental Disabilities Services Account 0496 Developmental Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Diesel Emission Reduction Fund 0314 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Disability Access Account 0006 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Disaster Relief Fund 0372 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Dispensing Opticians Fund 0175 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Distressed Hospital Fund 8033 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
DNA Identification Fund 3086 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Domestic Violence Training and Education Fund 0642 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Drinking Water Operator Certification Special Account 0247 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Drinking Water Treatment and Research Fund 0622 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Driver Training Penalty Assessment Fund 0178 Education, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Driving Under-the-Influence Program Licensing Trust Fund 0139 Alcohol and Drug Programs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Drug and Device Safety Fund 3018 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Earthquake Emergency Investigations Account, Natural Disaster Assistance Fund 0257 Seismic Safety Commission, Alfred E. Alquist FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Earthquake Risk Reduction Fund of 1996 0308 University of California FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Education Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0634 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Educational Telecommunication Fund 0349 Education, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Electrician Certification Fund 3002 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Electronic and Appliance Repair Fund 0325 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Electronic Waste Recovery and Recycling Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund 3065 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Elevator Safety Account 0452 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Emergency Food Assistance Program Fund 0122 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Emergency Housing and Assistance Fund 0985 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Emergency Medical Services Personnel Fund 0312 Emergency Medical Services Authority FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Emergency Medical Services Training Program Approval Fund 0194 Emergency Medical Services Authority FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Emergency Medical Technician Certification Fund 3137 Emergency Medical Services Authority FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Emergency Response Fund 1014 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Emergency Services and Supplemental Payments Fund 0693 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Employment Development Department Benefit Audit Fund 0184 Employment Development Department FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Employment Development Department Contingent Fund 0185 Employment Development Department FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Employment Training Fund 0514 Employment Development Department FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Energy Facility License and Compliance Fund 3062 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Energy Resources Programs Account 0465 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Energy Resources Surcharge Fund 0186 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Energy Technologies Research, Development and Demonstration Account 0479 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Enhanced Fleet Modernization Subaccount, High Polluter Removal and Repair Account 3122 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Environmental Enhancement and Mitigation Program Fund 0183 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Environmental Enhancement Fund 0322 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Environmental Laboratory Improvement Fund 0179 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Environmental Protection Trust Fund 0225 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Environmental Quality Assessment Fund 3035 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Environmental Water Fund 0244 Water Resources, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Equality in Prevention and Services for Domestic Abuse Fund 3112 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Expedited Site Remediation Trust Fund 0456 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Export Document Program Fund 0082 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Exposition Park Improvement Fund 0267 Science Center, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Fair and Exposition Fund 0191 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
False Claims Act Fund 0378 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Family Law Trust Fund 0587 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Farm and Ranch Solid Waste Cleanup and Abatement Account 0558 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Farmworker Remedial Account 0023 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Film Promotion and Marketing Fund 3095 Business, Transportation and Housing, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Financial Institutions Fund 0298 Financial Institutions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Financial Responsibility Penalty Account 0487 Motor Vehicles, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Fingerprint Fees Account 0017 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Firearm Safety Account 0032 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Firearms Safety and Enforcement Special Fund 1008 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Fiscal Recovery Fund 3059 State Treasurer FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Fish and Game Preservation Fund 0200 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Fish and Wildlife Pollution Account 0207 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Flexelect Benefit Fund 0821 Personnel Administration, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Food Safety Account, Department of Pesticide Regulation Fund 0224 Pesticide Regulation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Food Safety Fund 0177 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Foreclosure Consultant Regulation Fund 3136 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Forest Resources Improvement Fund 0928 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Foster Family Home and Small Family Home Insurance Fund 0131 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Gambling Addiction Program Fund 3110 Alcohol and Drug Programs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Gambling Control Fines and Penalties Account 0569 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Gambling Control Fund 0567 Gambling Control Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Garment Industry Regulations Fund 3004 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Garment Manufacturers Special Account 0481 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Gas Consumption Surcharge Fund 3015 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Genetic Disease Testing Fund 0203 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Geology and Geophysics Fund 0205 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Geothermal Resources Development Account 0034 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Glass Processing Fee Account, California Beverage Container Recycling Fund 0269 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Graphic Design License Plate Account 0078 Arts Council, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Habitat Conservation Fund 0262 Wildlife Conservation Board FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Harbors and Watercraft Revolving Fund 0516 Boating and Waterways, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Hatchery and Inland Fisheries Fund 3103 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Hazardous and Idle-Deserted Well Abatement Fund 0275 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Hazardous Waste Control Account 0014 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Health Care Benefits Fund 3054 University of California FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Health Care Deposit Fund 0912 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Health Care Support Fund 7503 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Health Education Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0231 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Health Statistics Special Fund 0099 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Health Subaccount, Sales Tax Account 0353 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Hearing Aid Dispensers Account 0208 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
High – Speed Passenger Train Bond Fund 6043 High-Speed Rail Authority FCS (pdf * – 2K)
High Polluter Repair or Removal Account 0582 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Highway Safety, Rehabilitation, and Preservation Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6064 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6053 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Highway Users Tax Account, Transportation Tax Fund 0062 Shared Revenues FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Highway-Railroad Crossing Safety Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality and Port Security Fund of 2006 6063 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Historic Property Maintenance Fund 0365 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Horse Racing Fund 3153 California Horse Racing Board FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Hospital Building Fund 0121 Statewide Health Planning and Development, Office of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Hospital Quality Assurance Revenue Fund 3158 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Hospital Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0232 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Housing Rehabilitation Loan Fund 0929 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Housing Urban-Suburban-and-Rural Parks Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006 6071 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Illegal Drug Lab Cleanup Account 0065 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Immediate and Critical Needs Account, State Court Facilities Construction Fund 3138 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Indian Gaming Special Distribution Fund 0367 Gambling Control Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Industrial Development Fund 0215 Industrial Development Financing Advisory Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Industrial Relations Construction Industry Enforcement Fund 0216 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Infant Botulism Treatment and Prevention Fund 0272 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Inland Wetlands Conservation Fund, Wildlife Restoration Fund 0266 Wildlife Conservation Board FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Insurance Fund 0217 Insurance, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Integrated Waste Management Account, Integrated Waste Management Fund 0387 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Internal Health Information Integrity Quality Improvement Account 3151 California Health and Human Services Agency, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Jobs-Housing Balance Improvement Account 3006 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Joe Serna, Jr. Farmworker Housing Grant Fund 0927 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Judges’ Retirement Fund 0815 Judges’ Retirement System, Contributions to the FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Judges’ Retirement System II Fund 0884 Judges’ Retirement System, Contributions to the FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Judicial Administration Efficiency and Modernization Fund 0556 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Katz Schoolbus Fund 0854 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Labor and Workforce Development Fund 3078 Labor and Workforce Development Agency, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Labor Enforcement and Compliance Fund 3152 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Lake Tahoe Conservancy Account 0286 Tahoe Conservancy, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Lead-Related Construction Fund 3155 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Cost Recovery Fund 0025 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Legislators’ Retirement Fund 0820 Legislators’ Retirement System, Contributions to the FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Licensed Midwifery Fund 0755 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Licensing and Certification Fund, Mental Health 3099 Mental Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Lifetime License Trust Account, Fish and Game Preservation Fund 0219 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Local Agency Deposit Security Fund 0240 Financial Institutions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Local Airport Loan Account 0052 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Local Bridge Seismic Retrofit Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6062 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Local Government Geothermal Resources Revolving Subaccount, Geothermal Resources Development Account 0497 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Local Jurisdiction Energy Assistance Account 0429 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Local Public Prosecutors and Public Defenders Training Fund 0241 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Local Revenue Fund 0330 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Local Safety and Protection Account, Transportation Tax Fund 3149 Motor Vehicles, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Local Streets & Road Improvement Congestion Relief & Traffic Safety Acct of 2006 Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality & Port Security Fd of 2006 6065 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Local Transportation Loan Account, State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund 2501 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Fund 0227 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Major Risk Medical Insurance Fund 0313 Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Managed Care Administrative Fines and Penalties Fund 3133 Managed Health Care, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Managed Care Fund 0933 Managed Health Care, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Marine Invasive Species Control Fund 0212 State Lands Commission FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Mass Media Communications Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0631 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Mass Transportation Fund 3116 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Medi-Cal Inpatient Payment Adjustment Fund 0834 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Medical Marijuana Program Fund 3074 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Medical Waste Management Fund 0074 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Mental Health Practitioner Education Fund 3064 Statewide Health Planning and Development, Office of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Mental Health Services Fund 3085 Mental Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Mental Health Subaccount, Sales Tax Account 0351 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Mine Reclamation Account 0336 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Missing Persons DNA Data Base Fund 3016 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Mobilehome Park Revolving Fund 0245 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Mobilehome-Manufactured Home Revolving Fund 0648 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Motor Carriers Safety Improvement Fund 0293 California Highway Patrol, Department of the FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Motor Vehicle Account, State Transportation Fund 0044 Motor Vehicles, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Motor Vehicle Fuel Account, Transportation Tax Fund 0061 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Motor Vehicle License Fee Account, Transportation Tax Fund 0064 Motor Vehicles, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Motor Vehicle Parking Facilities Moneys Account 0003 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Narcotic Treatment Program Licensing Trust Fund 0243 Alcohol and Drug Programs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Native Species Conservation and Enhancement Account, Fish and Game Preservation Fund 0213 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Natural Gas Subaccount, Public Interest Research, Development, and Demonstration Fund 3109 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Naturopathic Doctor’s Fund 3069 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
New Motor Vehicle Board Account 0054 Motor Vehicles, Department of FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Nondesignated Public Hospital Supplemental Fund 3096 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Nontoxic Dry Cleaning Incentive Trust Fund 3070 Air Resources Board FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Nuclear Planning Assessment Special Account 0029 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Nursing Home Administrator’s State License Examining Fund 0260 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Occupancy Compliance Monitoring Account,Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account 0448 Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Occupational Lead Poisoning Prevention Account 0070 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Occupational Safety and Health Fund 3121 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Occupational Therapy Fund 3017 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Off Highway License Fee Fund 0261 Shared Revenues FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Off-Highway Vehicle Trust Fund 0263 Parks and Recreation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 8K)
Office of Systems Integration Fund 9732 California Health and Human Services Agency, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Oil Spill Prevention and Administration Fund 0320 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Oil Spill Response Trust Fund 0321 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Oil, Gas, and Geothermal Administrative Fund 3046 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Osteopathic Medical Board of California Contingent Fund 0264 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Outpatient Setting Fund of the Medical Board of California 0210 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Payphone Service Providers Committee Fund 0491 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Peace Officers’ Training Fund 0268 Peace Officer Standards and Training, Commission on FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Pedestrian Safety Account, State Transportation Fund 2500 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Penalty Account, California Beverage Container Recycling Fund 0276 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Perinatal Insurance Fund 0309 Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board FCS (pdf * – 5K)
PET Processing Fee Account, California Beverage Container Recycling Fund 0278 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Petroleum Underground Storage Tank Financing Account 8026 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Petroleum Violation Escrow Account 0853 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Pharmacy Board Contingent Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0767 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Physical Therapy Fund 0759 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Physician Assistant Fund 0280 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Physician Services Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0233 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Pierce’s Disease Management Account 3010 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Pressure Vessel Account 0453 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Private Hospital Supplemental Fund 3097 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Private Investigator Fund 0769 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Private Postsecondary Education Administration Fund 0305 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Private Security Services Fund 0239 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Professional Engineers’ and Land Surveyors’ Fund 0770 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Professional Fiduciary Fund 3108 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Professional Forester Registration Fund 0300 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Propane Safety Inspection and Enforcement Program Trust Fund 0051 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Property Acquisition Law Money Account 0002 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Psychiatric Technicians Account, Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians Fund 0780 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Psychology Fund 0310 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Public Beach Restoration Fund 3001 Boating and Waterways, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Public Employees Contingency Reserve Fund 0950 Public Employees’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Public Employees’ Health Care Fund (PEHCF) 0822 Public Employees’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Public Employees’ Retirement Fund 0830 Public Employees’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Public Interest Research, Development, and Demonstration Fund 0381 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Public Resources Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0235 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Public Rights Law Enforcement Special Fund 3053 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Public School Planning, Design, and Construction Review Revolving Fund 0328 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Public Transportation Account, State Transportation Fund 0046 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement & Service Enhancement Account,HighwaySafety,TrafficReduction, Air Quality, & Port Security Fd of 2006 6059 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Public Utilities Commission Ratepayer Advocate Account 3089 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Public Utilities Commission Transportation Reimbursement Account 0461 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Public Utilities Commission Utilities Reimbursement Account 0462 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Public Water System, Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund 7500 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Radiation Control Fund 0075 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Real Estate Appraisers Regulation Fund 0400 Real Estate Appraisers, Office of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Real Estate Fund 0317 Real Estate, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Recreational Health Fund 3157 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Recycling Market Development Revolving Loan Subaccount, Integrated Waste Management Account 0281 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Regional Planning, Housing, and Infill Incentive Account, Housing and Emergency Shelter Trust Fund of 2006 6069 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Registered Environmental Health Specialist Fund 0335 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Registered Nurse Education Fund 0181 Statewide Health Planning and Development, Office of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Registry of Charitable Trusts Fund 3088 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Removal and Remedial Action Account 0294 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Renewable Resource Trust Fund 0382 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
Research Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0234 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Research and Development Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0637 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Residential and Outpatient Program Licensing Fund 3113 Alcohol and Drug Programs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Respiratory Care Fund 0319 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Restitution Fund 0214 Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Retail Food Safety and Defense Fund 3111 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Rigid Container Account 3024 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
Rural CUPA Reimbursement Account 1006 Environmental Protection, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Safe Drinking Water Account 0306 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Fund 3056 Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, Office of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Safe Drinking Water State Revolving Fund 0629 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Sale of Tobacco to Minors Control Account 0066 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Sales Tax Account, Local Revenue Fund 0331 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Sales Tax Growth Account, Local Revenue Fund 0333 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
San Francisco Bay Area Conservancy Program Account, State Coastal Conservancy Fund 0316 State Coastal Conservancy FCS (pdf * – 5K)
San Joaquin River Conservancy Fund 0104 San Joaquin River Conservancy FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Satellite Wagering Account 0192 Food and Agriculture, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
School District Account, Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund 3134 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
School Employees Fund 0908 Employment Development Department FCS (pdf * – 9K)
School Facilities Emergency Repair Account 3082 School Facilities Aid Program FCS (pdf * – 5K)
School Facilities Fee Assistance Fund 0101 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
School Land Bank Fund 0347 State Lands Commission FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Science Center Fund 3161 Science Center, California FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Secretary of State’s Business Fees Fund 0228 Secretary of State FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Self – Help Housing Fund 0813 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Self-Insurance Plans Fund 0396 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Senate Operating Fund 0348 Legislature FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Sexual Predator Public Information Account 0256 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Site Operation and Maintenance Account, Hazardous Substances Account 0458 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Site Remediation Account 0018 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Small System Technical Assistance Account 0628 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Social Services Subaccount, Sales Tax Account 0352 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Soil Conservation Fund 0141 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Solid Waste Disposal Site Cleanup Trust Fund 0386 Resources Recycling and Recovery, Department of FCS (pdf * – 23K)
South Los Angeles Medical Services Preservation Fund 7504 Health Care Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Fund 0376 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Assistance For Fire Equipment Account 0437 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
State Athletic Commission Neurological Examination Account 0492 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Audit Fund 0126 State Audits, Bureau of FCS (pdf * – 2K)
State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology Fund 0069 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Board of Chiropractic Examiners Fund 0152 Chiropractic Examiners, Board of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
State Board of Guide Dogs for the Blind Fund 0024 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Certified Unified Program Account 3084 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
State Children’s Trust Fund 0803 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
State Coastal Conservancy Fund 0565 State Coastal Conservancy FCS (pdf * – 5K)
State Corporations Fund 0067 Corporations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
State Court Facilities Construction Fund 3037 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
State Dental Assistant Fund 3142 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Dental Auxiliary Fund 0380 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Dental Hygiene Fund 3140 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Dentistry Fund 0741 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Department of Public Health Licensing and Certification Program Fund 3098 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
State Emergency Telephone Number Account 0022 Office of the State Chief Information Officer FCS (pdf * – 4K)
State Energy Conservation Assistance Account 0033 Energy Resources Conservation and Development Commission FCS (pdf * – 20K)
State Fire Marshal Fireworks Enforcement and Disposal Fund 3120 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
State Fire Marshal Licensing and Certification Fund 0102 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
State Funeral Directors and Embalmers Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0750 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
State HICAP Fund 0289 Aging, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)
State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund 0042 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
State Motor Vehicle Insurance Account 0026 General Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
State Optometry Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0763 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
State Parks and Recreation Fund 0392 Parks and Recreation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 8K)
State Peace Officer’s and Firefighters’ Defined Contribution Plan Fund 0615 Public Employees’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 9K)
State Penalty Fund 0903 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
State Public Works Enforcement Fund 3150 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
State Responsibility Area Fire Protection Fund 3063 Forestry and Fire Protection, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
State Route 99 Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6072 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
State School Building Aid Fund 0739 School Facilities Aid Program FCS (pdf * – 5K)
State School Deferred Maintenance Fund 0961 School Facilities Aid Program FCS (pdf * – 5K)
State School Fund 0342 Education, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
State Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund Small Community Grant Fund 3147 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
State-Local Partnership Program Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6060 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Stringfellow Insurance Proceeds Account 0572 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Strong-Motion Instrumentation and Seismic Hazards Mapping Fund 0338 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Structural Pest Control Education and Enforcement Fund 0399 Pesticide Regulation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Structural Pest Control Fund, Professions and Vocations Fund 0775 Pesticide Regulation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Structural Pest Control Research Fund 0168 Pesticide Regulation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Student Tuition Recovery Fund 0960 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Substance Abuse Treatment Trust Fund 3019 Alcohol and Drug Programs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Surface Impoundment Assessment Account 0482 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Surface Mining and Reclamation Account 0035 Conservation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 11K)
Tax Credit Allocation Fee Account 0457 Tax Credit Allocation Committee, California FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Teacher Credentials Fund 0407 Commission on Teacher Credentialing FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Teacher’s Replacement Benefits Program Fund 8005 State Teachers’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Teachers’ Deferred Compensation Fund 8041 State Teachers’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Teachers’ Health Benefits Fund 8001 State Teachers’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Teachers’ Retirement Fund 0835 State Teachers’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Teachers’ Retirement Program Development Fund 8046 State Teachers’ Retirement System FCS (pdf * – 7K)
Technical Assistance Fund 0270 Social Services, Department of FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Technology Services Revolving Fund 9730 Office of the State Chief Information Officer FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Telephone Medical Advice Services Fund 0459 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Test Development and Administration Account, Teacher Credentials Fund 0408 Commission on Teacher Credentialing FCS (pdf * – 4K)
The Registry of International Student Exchange Visitor Placement Organizations Fund 0288 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
The Salmon and Steelhead Trout Restoration Account 0384 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Timber Tax Fund 0965 Board of Equalization, State FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Tissue Bank License Fund 0076 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Toxic Substances Control Account 0557 Toxic Substances Control, Department of FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Trade Corridors Improvement Fund 6056 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Traffic Congestion Relief Fund 3007 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transcript Reimbursement Fund 0410 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Transit-Oriented Development Implementation Fund 9736 Housing and Community Development, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Transportation Debt Service Fund 3107 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transportation Deferred Investment Fund 3093 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transportation Facilities Account, Highway Safety, Traffic Reduction, Air Quality, and Port Security Fund of 2006 6058 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transportation Financing Subaccount, State Highway Account, State Transportation Fund 6801 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transportation Investment Fund 3008 Transportation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 43K)
Transportation Rate Fund 0412 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Traumatic Brain Injury Fund 0311 Rehabilitation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 2K)
Travel Seller Fund 0158 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Trial Court Improvement Fund 0159 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Trial Court Trust Fund 0932 Judicial Branch FCS (pdf * – 15K)
Unallocated Account, California Children and Families Trust Fund 0639 Children and Families Commission, California FCS (pdf * – 12K)
Unallocated Account, Cigarette and Tobacco Products Surtax Fund 0236 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Underground Storage Tank Cleanup Fund 0439 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Underground Storage Tank Fund 0475 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Underground Storage Tank Petroleum Contamination Orphan Site Cleanup Fund 3145 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Underground Storage Tank Tester Account 0436 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Unemployment Compensation Disability Fund 0588 Employment Development Department FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Unfair Competition Law Fund 3087 Justice, Department of FCS (pdf * – 24K)
Unified Program Account 0028 Environmental Protection, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
Universal Lifeline Telephone Service Trust Administrative Committee Fund 0471 Public Utilities Commission FCS (pdf * – 19K)
Unlawful Sales Reduction Fund 3075 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve Maintenance and Preservation Fund 0643 Fish and Game, Department of FCS (pdf * – 17K)
Vectorborne Disease Account 0478 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Vehicle Inspection and Repair Fund 0421 Consumer Affairs Bureaus, Programs, Divisions, Department of FCS (pdf * – 22K)
Vehicle License Collection Account, Local Revenue Fund 0329 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Vehicle License Fee Account, Local Revenue Fund 0332 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Vehicle License Fee Growth Account 0334 State-Local Realignment FCS (pdf * – 10K)
Veterans Service Office Fund 0083 Veterans Affairs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Veterinary Medical Board Contingent Fund 0777 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Victim – Witness Assistance Fund 0425 Emergency Management Agency, California FCS (pdf * – 13K)
Victims of Corporate Fraud Compensation Fund 3042 Secretary of State FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Account 0473 Veterans Affairs, Department of FCS (pdf * – 4K)
Vision Care Program for State Annuitants Fund 8049 Personnel Administration, Department of FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Vocational Nurse Education Fund 3068 Statewide Health Planning and Development, Office of FCS (pdf * – 9K)
Vocational Nursing & Psychiatric Technicians Fund 0779 Consumer Affairs Regulatory Boards, Department of FCS (pdf * – 61K)
Waste Discharge Permit Fund 0193 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Wastewater Operator Certification Fund 3160 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Water Device Certification Special Account 0129 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Water Rights Fund 3058 State Water Resources Control Board FCS (pdf * – 16K)
Water System Reliability Account 0626 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Welcome Center Fund 3083 Business, Transportation and Housing, Secretary for FCS (pdf * – 3K)
WIC Manufacturer Rebate Fund 3023 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Wildlife Restoration Fund 0447 Wildlife Conservation Board FCS (pdf * – 6K)
Wine Safety Fund 0116 Public Health, Department of FCS (pdf * – 67K)
Winter Recreation Fund 0449 Parks and Recreation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 8K)
Workers’ Compensation Administration Revolving Fund 0223 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Workers’ Compensation Managed Care Fund 0132 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Workers’ Compensation Return-to-Work Fund 3031 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Workers’ Occupational Safety and Health Education Fund 3030 Industrial Relations, Department of FCS (pdf * – 26K)
Yosemite Foundation Account, California Environmental License Plate Fund 0071 Environmental Protection Program FCS (pdf * – 5K)
Youthful Offender Block Grant Fund 3115 Corrections and Rehabilitation, Department of FCS (pdf * – 3K)

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/index_of_funds.html

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California Budget Revenue Funds – Sources – (just a few I found interesting and where to find them) – as school education budgets are cut, and colleges and university budgets are cut, programs to poor, elderly, disabled and disadvantage populations are being cut, and the state government is buying whatever expensive goodies they would like to enjoy –

Department of Finance

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

MANUAL OF STATE FUNDS

Fund:   0035

PAGE 1

Renumbered

From:

Legal Title

Surface Mining and Reclamation Account

Legal Citation/Authority

Public Resources Code, Section 2795

Chapter 800, Statutes of 1980

Fund Classification

GAAP Basis

Fiduciary/Trust and Agency-Other

Fund Classification

Legal Basis

Governmental/Special Accounts (S)

Purpose

The Surface Mining and Reclamation Account in the General Fund was created as a depository for the first $2,000,000 from mining activities on federal lands disbursed by the federal government each fiscal year. These moneys are used for expenditures as designated and upon appropriation by the Legislature.

Administering Agency/Org Code

(3480) Department of Conservation.

Major Sources of Revenue

The first $2,000,000 received from the federal government representing money from mining activities on federal lands.

Disposition

Pursuant to Government Code Section 16346, absent any language that provides for a successor fund, any

balance remaining in this fund upon abolishment, shall be transferred to the General Fund.

Appropriation Authority

Funds in the Surface Mining and Reclamation Account may be expended upon appropriation by the Legislature.  Any portion of the fund for a fiscal year, which is not appropriated by June 30 of that year, is transferred to the unappropriated surplus of the General Fund.

State Appropriations Limit

Always Excluded – Revenues in this fund are not proceeds of taxes and even after transfer, will never

become proceeds of taxes because the major revenue source is derived from property leases.

Historical Comments

If, in any fiscal year, the amount of money disbursed to the State pursuant to the Mineral Lands Leasing Act is less than $20 million, then only the first $1,100,000 shall be deposited into this fund.

(from)

http://www.dof.ca.gov/accounting/manual_of_state_funds/index/

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My Note – this makes it looks like it indicates a law that I need to look up about revenue sources derived from property leases on state and federal lands for mining and profitable exploitation – (indicated by this statement near the end of the above entry, “Revenues in this fund are not proceeds of taxes and even after transfer, will never become proceeds of taxes because the major revenue source is derived from property leases.)

Could they be excluding from general revenue funds available to cover the budget deficit shortfall, any number of revenues and funds that have been generated from oil drilling, offshore drilling, mining and other leases of public, federal and state lands? Hmmm.

– cricketdiane

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(and this one – )

Department of Finance

STATE OF CALIFORNIA

MANUAL OF STATE FUNDS

Fund:   0036

PAGE 1

Renumbered

From:

Legal Title

Special Account for Capital Outlay

Legal Citation

Government Code Sections 16368-16368.1  Public Resources Code, Section 6217

Fund Classification

GAAP Basis

Governmental/Capital Projects

Fund Classification

Legal Basis

Governmental/General Fund Special Accounts

Authority and Purpose

Chapter 899/80 created the Special Account for Capital Outlay within the General Fund.  Money in the account may be transferred to funds specified in Government Code Section 16368.1(a), used for capital outlay for publicly owned structures or maintenance of existing publicly funded structures, or any other purpose approved by the Legislature.

Administering Agency

(1830) State Allocation Board.

Major Sources

Excess revenue received by State Lands Commission after satisfying the requirements of Public Resources Code Section 6217.

Disposition

Transfers to Capital Outlay Fund for Public Higher Education; State School Building Lease Purchase Fund; State Parks and Recreation Fund; Transportation Planning and Development Account in the State Transportation Fund.

Capital outlay for publicly owned structures.

Maintenance of existing public structures.

Other purposes approved by the Legislature.

Appropriation Authority

Government Code Section 16368.1 provides that the money in the Special Account for Capital Outlay can be appropriated by the Legislature for the purposes listed in that section.

State Appropriations Limit

Always Excluded– The major revenue source is transferred from another fund which has already been counted in an included fund, the General Fund (0001), and should not be double counted.

Historical Comments

(from)

http://www.dof.ca.gov/accounting/manual_of_state_funds/index/

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Judicial review

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This article is about court power over non-judicial branches. For court power over lower courts, see Appellate review.

Judicial review is the doctrine in democratic theory under which legislative and executive action is subject to invalidation by the judiciary. Specific courts with judicial review power must annul the acts of the state when it finds them incompatible with a higher authority, such as the terms of a written constitution. Judicial review is an example of the functioning of separation of powers in a modern governmental system (where the judiciary is one of three branches of government). This principle is interpreted differently in different jurisdictions, which also have differing views on the different hierarchy of governmental norms. As a result, the procedure and scope of judicial review differs from country to country and state to state.

Contents

General

Judicial review of administrative acts

Most modern legal systems allow the courts to review administrative acts; i.e., individual decisions of a public body, such as a decision to grant a subsidy or to withdraw a residence permit. In most systems, this also includes review of secondary legislation; i.e., legally enforceable rules of general applicability adopted by administrative bodies. Some countries, most notably France and Germany, have implemented a system of administrative courts, that are charged exclusively with deciding on disputes between the members of the public and the administration. In other countries, including the United States, United Kingdom and the Netherlands, judicial review is carried out by regular civil courts, although it may be delegated to specialized panels within these courts, such as the Administrative Court within the High Court of England and Wales. The United States employs a mixed system in which some administrative decisions are reviewed by the United States district courts, which are the general trial courts, some are reviewed directly by the United States courts of appeals, and others are reviewed by specialized tribunals such as the United States Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (which, despite its name, is not technically part of the federal judicial branch). It is quite common that before a request for judicial review of an administrative act is filed with a court, certain preliminary conditions, such as a complaint to the authority itself, must be fulfilled.

In most countries, the courts apply special procedures in administrative cases.

Judicial review of primary legislation

There are three broad approaches to judicial review of the constitutionality of primary legislation; that is, laws passed directly by an elected legislature.

Some countries do not permit any review of the validity of primary legislation. In the United Kingdom, statutes cannot be set aside under the doctrine of parliamentary sovereignty. Another example is the Netherlands, where the Constitution expressly forbids the courts to rule on the question of constitutionality of primary legislation.[1]

The United States is unique as the sole country in which federal and state courts, at all levels (appellate and trial) are able to review and declare the constitutionality (or lack thereof) of legislation that is relevant to any case properly within their jurisdiction. In American legal language, “judicial review” refers primarily to the adjudication of constitutionality of statutes, especially by the Supreme Court of the United States.

A number of other countries whose constitutions do provide for a review of the compatibility of primary legislation with the constitution have established special constitutional courts that have the exclusive authority to deal with this issue: see List of constitutional courts. In these systems, other courts are not competent to question the constitutionality of primary legislation.

Judicial review in specific jurisdictions

Notes

  1. ^ Article 120 of the Netherlands Constitution

See also

External Links

Retrieved from “http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Judicial_review

Categories: Court systems | Constitutional law

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Calif. Assemblymember Nava Introduces Oil Industry Fair Share Act

Edited by Valerie Gotten
published Wed, 06 Jan 2010 – 01:18:18 -0800 PSTNo Comment

SACRAMENTO /California Newswire/ — On the eve of Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger’s State of the State Address, and the release of his 2010-11 Budget Proposal, Assemblymember Pedro Nava (D-Santa Barbara) introduced today The Oil Industry Fair Share Act. The legislation will establish an oil severance tax of 10% on the gross value of each barrel of crude oil pumped by companies in California. This tax will provide more than $1.5 billion in revenue to the General Fund annually. These desperately needed dollars could be used for public safety, education, health programs for children, human services, and other vital programs.

“California oil companies are getting a free ride. Right now, California is the only major oil producing state that does not charge a severance tax on oil extraction. It is time for California to catch up with Alaska, Texas, Alabama, and Arkansas. We need to collect the people’s share of this revenue source by forcing Big Oil to pay its fair share,” said Nava.

The Governor is advocating for a proposal to allow a single oil company to bypass existing environmental review processes and begin the first new drilling in Santa Barbara in California Coastal Sanctuary waters in more than 40 years, since the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill. This will raise less than $100 million annually.

Said Nava,”The Governor is placing at risk coastal recreation and tourism industries by advocating for new offshore oil drilling in the Coastal Sanctuary. This is just plain wrong and wrong headed. New drilling is not the answer and is not worth the risk. My proposal will generate more than 15 times the Governor’s proposal annually without any new drilling or jeopardizing California’s coastal environment and economy.”

(etc.)

“With $18 billion in cuts to education, this could be an important source of revenue to save important services for our students,” said Jai Sookprasert, the tax policy analyst for the California School Employees Association.

“Seniors have borne the brunt of these draconian budget cuts; we have seen a reduction in adult day health care programs that allow seniors to stay in their homes, the elimination of Alzheimer’s research, and aid to low-income seniors has been slashed,” said Gary Passmore of the Congress of California Seniors. “The Fair Share Act will bring much needed revenues to support these essential programs.”

( . . . )

http://californianewswire.com/2010/01/06/CNW6418_011818.php

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The administration is also considering an increase in the 12.5 percent royalty rate charged for oil and natural gas produced on federal lands, which dates back to 1920 and is far lower than what some states charge. Texas, for instance, collects a royalty rate of 22.5 percent.

Salazar said the proposals were prompted by the need to raise money to pare the deficit in a “tough budget.”

Noting Exxon Mobil Corp.’s record-breaking 2008 $45  billion profit, Salazar said: “I don’t think that frankly any of these fees that we are talking about here are going to put anybody out of business.”

[etc.]

said.

Several oil patch senators said they were concerned that a related administration plan to get rid of tax incentives long used by the oil and gas industry to defray the high capital costs of drilling would curb domestic production.

Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., called the budget plan a collection of “draconian taxes on the oil and gas industry.”

jdlouhy@hearstdc.com

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/business/6896141.html

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·         Exxon Mobil

$4.9 billion Federal Contracts: $4,884,179,280
Oil/Gas Leases: 2.3 million acres

Withdrew

United States

Infineum U.K., a joint venture in which ExxonMobil has a 50 percent indirect ownership, sold gasoline additives to Iran, but stopped in 2006, according to Cynthia Bergman White, company spokeswoman. Exxon is a big supplier of fuel to the Department of Defense.

·         Dresser-Rand

$215.1 million Federal Contracts: $215,134,753

Active

United States

Dresser-Rand, a Texas-based oil and gas equipment supplier, said in multiple filings with the SEC, including as recently as last month, that “from time to time, certain of our foreign subsidiaries operate in countries that are or have previously been subject to sanctions and embargoes imposed by the U.S. government and the United Nations, including in Iran, Sudan and Syria.”

·         Possible violator of the Iran Sanctions Act

·         ConocoPhillips/Lukoil

$1.7 billion Federal Contracts: $1,696,615,833
Federal Grants: $5,043,044
Oil/Gas Leases: 2.1 million acres

Active

United States

ConocoPhillips did business in Iran through its British subsidiary, Conoco LTD, up until 2003, when it left the country. But in 2004 it bought a minority stake in Lukoil, which continues to do business with Iran. A spokesperson said that Lukoil, in addition to its contract with an Iranian oil company to develop an oil project in Uzbekistan, sells gasoline to Iran. Although ConocoPhillips is not directly involved in Lukoil’s Iran-related business, ConocoPhillips spokesperson John McLemore confirmed that the company profits from it due to its 20 percent investment in the company.

·         BP

3.5 million acresIn Oil/Gas Leases Oil/Gas Leases: 3.5 million acres

Active

Britain

BP, in a 2009 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, said it had interests in and was the operator of two fields and a pipeline located outside Iran in which the National Iranian Oil company had an interest. The company also said in the filing that it buys small quantities of crude oil from Iran for sale to third parties in Europe and for its own refineries in South Africa and Europe and, through a joint venture, blends small quantities of lubricants for sale there. In addition, BP was one of several companies that provided Iran with gasoline, but Toby Odone, a spokesman for BP in London, said the company decided in 2008 to cease such shipments.

·         Flowserve

$71.1 million Federal Contracts: $71,041,144
Federal Grants: $33,850

Active, but no new investment

United States

Flowserve, which makes flow control equipment used in the oil and gas industry and has sold power and hand pumps to the Department of Defense, said in 2009 filings with the SEC that due to ‘growing political uncertainties’ its foreign subsidiaries had in 2006 begun a voluntary phased withdrawal from conducting new business in countries designated as state sponsors of terrorism, including Iran, Syria and Sudan. “The aggregate amount of all business done by our foreign subsidiaries for customers in Iran, Syria and Sudan accounted for less than 1 percent of our consolidated global revenue in 2008,” the company said, adding that while it was voluntarily phasing out new business with those countries, “our foreign subsidiaries may independently continue to honor certain existing contracts, commitments and warranty obligations in compliance with U.S. and other applicable laws and regulations.”

·         Foster Wheeler Corporation

$199 million Federal Contracts: $194,212,561
Federal Grants: $4,757,900

Withdrew

Switzerland

Foster Wheeler, an engineering and construction firm that provides services to the oil and gas industry, did business in Iran until 2006, when it told the Securities and Exchange Commission it was withdrawing. It used to be a United States-based company, but moved in 2001 to Bermuda, which allowed it to avoid United States corporate income taxes, and has since moved again to Switzerland.

·         Glencore

$20.2 million Federal Contracts: $20,234,590

Withdrew

Switzerland

Glencore, a commodities trader, was a large supplier of gasoline to Iran, but stopped last year in the face of threatened new economic sanctions by the U.S. government. The company, and its predecessor, Marc Rich and Co., had done business with Iran for more than three decades. It also has provided the United States military with transporation services, among other things.

·         Halliburton

$27.1 billion Federal Contracts: $27,080,906,722

Withdrew

United States

Halliburton, former Vice President Cheney’s old company, provided oil and gas drilling services to Iran through foreign subsidies. After a political furor erupted over the work, the company announced it would do no new business in Iran, and it exited the country altogether in 2007. While still operating in Iran, Halliburton won huge contacts from the federal government, including a no-bid contract to restore Iraq’s oil sector, as did its subsidiary at the time, Kellogg Brown & Root.

·         Honeywell

$12.9 billion Federal Contracts: $12,841,485,738
Federal Grants: $77,743,166

Active, but no new investment

United States

Honeywell acquired 100 percent ownership of Universal Oil Products (UOP), based in Des Plaines, Ill., in 2005. UOP has a British subsidiary that conducts business in Iran; it is part of a consortium with Axens, Technip, Sinopec Engineering Inc. and several Iranian firms that is expanding and upgrading the Arak Refinery in Iran. The project, budgeted to cost $3.7 billion, could nearly triple gasoline production, from 34,000 to 100,000 barrels per day, according to various news reports and FACTS Global Energy, an expert in the industry. Honeywell is a top federal contractor, and UOP recently won a $25 million grant to help develop renewable energy sources. In a statement, the company said that in early 2009 it committed to the State Department that it would not undertake any new projects in Iran, but that it is fulfilling its contractual obligations relating to the Arak refinery. ‘Should the U.S. Congress pass a law that prohibits subsidiaries of U.S. companies from doing business in Iran, Honeywell will comply fully,’ the statement said.

(and many others listed on this article – link below. But, this one is the most interesting for other reasons – )

·         KPMG

$1.2 billion Federal Contracts: $1,165,410,540
Federal Grants: $12,496,357

Active

Netherlands

Bayat Rayan, a subsidiary of KMPG, has been operating in Iran since 1955. They are the number one international accounting firm in Iran, according to the company. KPMG also provides accounting and auditing services to the United States federal government.

(from)

The New York Times identified 74 corporations that have done business in Iran over the last decade, using corporate records filed with the Securities Exchange Commission, company websites, news accounts confirmed by interviews with company officials, and Congressional reports. The Times also used divestiture records compiled by Florida, New York and other states that have forbidden their pensions funds from investing in companies that do certain types of business in Iran, and a list of corporations that the State Department is investigating for possible violations of the Iran Sanctions Act.

The companies, along with their subsidiaries, were then matched against federal contracting and grants databases, Export Import Bank annual reports, Department of Interior oil and gas leasing records and other government documents.

The Times analysis, which covered the years 2000 through the end of 2009,

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2010/03/06/world/iran-sanctions.html

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Pierson: Pass the leasing reform bill

Indian Country Today – Brian Pierson – ‎20 hours ago‎

United States, the Court of Federal Claims held the government liable for failing to monitor and enforce an oil lease it had negotiated on behalf of

Pierson: Pass the leasing reform bill

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Econ Harm From US Oil Ban

(Updates with lawmakers additional background and details)

   By Ian Talley
   Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES

WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)–The U.S. economy could lose trillions of dollars in income and see oil imports increase if the Obama administration maintains a moratorium on domestic petroleum development in closed areas, a new report warns.

The study was co-commissioned by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners, or NARUC, and the oil and natural gas industry.

It comes as the Department of the Interior is re-writing the administration’s plans on where, when and if it will allow new exploration around the country, particularly in the Outer Continental Shelf.

It also follows an email last fall from a top Interior Department official indicating that public comments ran two-to-one in favor of a Bush administration plan to expand offshore drilling.

Although Congress lifted the official 30-year moratorium for drilling on many new areas off the U.S. coast, the administration has in principle maintained the moratorium by not opening new, unscheduled areas for development. The Interior Department under the Obama Administration has held several previously-scheduled lease sales and approved two Arctic exploration licenses for blocks the industry says may have great potential.

“Our research allows policy makers to know the extent of the resource base and the effects that maintaining the restrictions would have on the country,” said O’Neal Hamilton, chairman of the NARUC study group that ordered the review.

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has repeatedly said that oil and natural gas will remain critical components of the domestic energy portfolio for years. Last year, the department offered more than 56 million acres for development on and offshore as part of long-planned lease sales.

Interior spokeswoman Kendra Barkoff noted in an email that despite downward pressure on oil and gas prices due to global economic conditions, federal onshore and offshore oil production actually increased 14% over the last year, and federal natural gas production rose 33%.

“And while Secretary Salazar believes we must responsibly develop both conventional and renewable resources here at home, we must also ensure that energy development occurs in the right ways and the right places, and with a fair return to taxpayers,” Barkoff said.

The study, based on updated oil and natural gas resource figures, said maintaining a de facto moratorium would not only cut domestic production and increase imports, but that over a 20-year period gross domestic product decreases by $2.36 trillion, an average of half-percent a year. Cumulative national real disposable increase decreases by $1.2 trillion over the period, about $4,500 per person.

The study will likely give added political ammunition to proponents of new exploration, particularly as the Obama administration is touting its desire to boost the economy with a jobs bill.

While the study was sponsored by the American Petroleum Institute, the American Gas Association and a raft of oil and natural gas companies, its reviewers included administration officials in the Department of Energy, the Energy Information Administration and the Bureau of Land Management.

According to the report, the updated natural gas resource base is equal to up to 90 years of U.S. consumption, while oil resources are the equivalent of almost 50 years, based on 2009 demand. If the Administration allowed access to the closed areas, domestic crude production could rise by 10 billion barrels and natural gas production by 46 trillion cubic feet over the next 20 years.

Interior Secretary Salazar’s decision to review development has not only raised the ire of some in the public, but also state officials. Virginia politicians talked of legal action after one Interior official said a planned offshore lease there would likely be delayed years beyond 2011. Alaska officials warned the Department that a decision to keep new Alaska development off limits could prematurely cut crude transport to the lower 48 states because major pipes wouldn’t have the minimum operating capacity to fill it.

Republican lawmakers, including the ranking member of the House Natural Resources Committee Doc Hastings, (R., Wa.), seized on the report to criticize Democratic policies that aimed to curtail development.

“Unless their policies change, Americans can look forward to a world with millions of fewer jobs, higher gas prices, higher electricity prices, and billions of American dollars being sent to hostile foreign countries,” Hastings said in an emailed statement.

-By Ian Talley, Dow Jones Newswires, 202-862-9285; ian.talley@dowjones.com

(Stephen Power of the Wall Street Journal contributed to this report.)

http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20100215-706458.html?mod=WSJ_latestheadlines

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  • FEBRUARY 11, 2010, 5:31 P.M. ET

MMS Reduces Lease Length In Oil, Gas Gulf Tract Sale

NEW YORK (Dow Jones)–The U.S. Minerals Management Service reduced the lease terms for offshore Gulf of Mexico oil and gas tracts in a coming lease sale, saying that advances in sub-sea drilling technology allow companies to explore and develop new reservoirs.

In a statement released Thursday announcing a lease sale 213 in the Central Gulf of Mexico, the Department of Interior agency, which oversees offshore energy production, said that lease periods would be reduced to seven years from 10 years for tracts in water depths ranging from 800 meters to 1,600 meters. The lease period can be extended for three more years if a well is begun during the initial term.

The changes will encourage “diligent development” of the offshore continental shelf, said MMS Director Liz Birnbaum in a statement.

Leases with water depths between 400 and 800 meters will last five years and could be extended for an additional three years if a well is drilled in the initial period. Tracts with water depths greater than 1,600 meters will be leased for 10 years.

The Central Gulf Lease sale will be held March 17 in New Orleans. It encompasses 6,958 blocks covering more than 36.9 million acres in offshore Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama. The MMS estimates that the lease sale could result in the production of about 0.8 to 1.3 billion barrels of oil and 3.3 to 5.4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

-By Angel Gonzalez, Dow Jones Newswires; 713-547-9214; angel.gonzalez@dowjones.com

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http://online.wsj.com/article/BT-CO-20100211-718012.html?mod=WSJ_latestheadlines

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Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar hosted a meeting with Governors and representatives of Atlantic Coast states to discuss a regional approach to wind energy development on the U.S. Outer Continental Shelf. Left to right are state Senator Frank Wagner (Virginia), Governor Jack Markell (Delaware), Governor Martin O’Malley (Maryland), Secretary Salazar, Governor Donald L. Carcieri (Rhode Island), Governor John Baldacci (Maine).

http://www.mms.gov/

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Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act (GOMESA)
On December 20, 2006, the President signed into law the Gulf of Mexico Energy Security Act of 2006 (Pub. Law 109-432) (50.83 KB PDF). The Act significantly enhances OCS oil and gas leasing activities and revenue sharing in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). The Act:

shares leasing revenues with Gulf producing states and the Land & Water Conservation Fund for coastal restoration projects;
bans oil and gas leasing within 125 miles off the Florida coastline in the Eastern Planning Area, and a portion of the Central Planning Area, until 2022; and,
allows companies to exchange certain existing leases in moratorium areas for bonus and royalty credits to be used on other GOM leases.

The Act created revenue sharing provisions for the four Gulf oil and gas producing States of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas, and their coastal political subdivisions (CPS’s). GOMESA funds are to be used for coastal conservation, restoration and hurricane protection. There are two phases of GOMESA revenue sharing:

Phase I: Beginning in Fiscal Year 2007, 37.5 percent of all qualified OCS revenues, including bonus bids, rentals and production royalty, will be shared among the four States and their coastal political subdivisions from those new leases issued in the 181 Area in the Eastern planning area (also known as the 224 Sale Area) and the 181 South Area. Additionally, 12.5 percent of revenues are allocated to the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). The final regulations for Phase I revenue sharing (96.19 KB PDF) were issued on December 23, 2008 and specify that the MMS intends to disburse funds on or before March 31st of the fiscal year following the fiscal year to which the qualified OCS revenues were attributed.

GOMESA Revenue-Sharing Allocations

Fiscal Year 2009 Allocations
Fiscal Year 2008 Allocations

Phase II: The second phase of GOMESA revenue sharing begins in Fiscal Year 2017. It expands the definition of qualified OCS revenues to include receipts from GOM leases issued either after December 20, 2006, in the 181 Call Area, or, in 2002–2007 GOM Planning Areas subject to withdrawal or moratoria restrictions. A revenue sharing cap of $500 million per year for the four Gulf producing States, their CPS’s and the LWCF applies from fiscal years 2016 through 2055. The $500 million cap does not apply to qualified revenues generated in those areas associated with Phase I of the GOMESA program. MMS will address the second phase of GOMESA revenue sharing in a subsequent rulemaking.

The Act stipulated that 8.3 million acres be offered for oil and gas leasing shortly after enactment of the statute. This acreage is included in both the Central Gulf Planning Area and the Eastern Gulf Planning Area. It consists of:

approximately 2 million acres in the Central Gulf that was first offered for leasing after enactment of the law at Lease Sale 205 held in October, 2007,
approximately 0.5 million acres in the Eastern Gulf that received a supplemental environmental impact statement (17.67 MB PDF) review and were offered for leasing at Lease Sale 224 held in March, 2008, (orange area in the map below)
approximately 5.8 million acres in the Central Gulf received a supplemental environmental impact statement (33.82 MB PDF) review and were offered for leasing at Lease Sale 208 held in March, 2009.
(blue area in the map below)

The GOMESA Moratorium covers a portion of the Central Gulf of Mexico Planning Area (CPA), and, until 2022, most of the Eastern Gulf of Mexico Planning Area (EPA). The specific locations restricted from leasing activities include that portion of the Eastern Planning Area within 125 miles of Florida, all areas in the Gulf of Mexico east of the Military Mission Line (86o 41’ west longitude), and the area within the Central Planning Area that is within 100 miles of Florida.

The Act also allowed for the exchange of existing leases in the moratorium areas for bonus or royalty credit to be used in the Gulf of Mexico. The final regulations for the exchange credits (65.99 KB PDF File) were issued on September 12, 2008.

A credit will be provided to lessees who relinquish certain eligible leases in the Gulf of Mexico. Leases are eligible if they lie within 125 miles off the Florida coast in the Eastern Planning Area or within 100 miles off the Florida coast in the Central Planning Area. The lessees must use the credits by in lieu of monetary payment for either a lease bonus bid or royalty due on oil and gas production from most other leases in the Gulf of Mexico or transfer the credits to other Gulf of Mexico lessees for their use. To obtain the bonus or royalty credit, all of the lease record title interest owners must request the credit on or before October 14, 2010.

MMS: Securing Ocean Energy & Economic Value for America
U.S. Department of the Interior

http://www.mms.gov/offshore/GOMESARevenueSharing.htm

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Welcome to the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Region of the Minerals Management Service. The MMS has two major functions. The bureau manages the Nation’s offshore energy and mineral resources, including oil, gas, and alternative energy sources, as well as sand, gravel and other hard minerals on the OCS. The MMS is also responsible for the collection and disbursement of revenues associated with energy and mineral resource production from all onshore and offshore Federal and Indian lands.

The MMS Pacific Region is one of three OCS regional offices. The Region currently manages 49 Federal oil and gas leases offshore southern California, 43 of which are producing about 24 million barrels of oil and 47 billion cubic feet of gas annually from 23 platforms. Furthermore, under authority granted in the Energy Policy Act of 2005, the Region is accepting applications for renewable energy (e.g. wind, wave, hydrogen and solar) projects in Federal waters offshore Washington, Oregon, California and Hawaii. The MMS published final regulations regarding the leasing and oversight of renewable energy activities in April 2009.

The Pacific Region places the highest priority on safety and environmental protection while working to ensure effective and efficient energy resource recovery efforts on the OCS.

Regional Director’s Message

http://www.mms.gov/omm/pacific/index.htm

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Message from the Regional Director


Energy security is on the minds of many Americans. Lately, it seems not a day goes by that we aren’t reminded of the far-reaching impact energy has in our daily lives and on our economy. Through close consultation and coordination with West Coast States, other government agencies, and key stakeholders, the MMS Pacific OCS Region is working to seek possible solutions to our Nation’s complex energy situation.

To date, the MMS Pacific OCS Region continues to diligently pursue its mission of effectively and responsibly managing America’s offshore energy resources on the Pacific OCS.  Led by a vision based on collaboration, the Pacific OCS Region carries out its day-to-day operations through a diverse and well-trained staff dedicated to working closely with State and local governments, ocean-users and other key stakeholders. Through these working relationships, the Pacific OCS Region obtains a greater appreciation of regional and local issues; this, in turn, provides the agency with insight to better understand and respond to issues of concern while pursuing the Region’s core principles of safety, science and sustainability.

Safety
The Region is committed to ensuring clean and safe energy and mineral operations on the OCS, and protecting coastal and marine environments potentially affected by the activities we regulate. This commitment is demonstrated by our impressive oil-spill record. Since 1970, a total of only 850 barrels of oil have been lost into the marine environment from Pacific OCS operations. This is less than the amount of oil seeping naturally into the ocean from cracks in the seafloor during any given week offshore California.

Our inspectors are offshore 365 days a year, inspecting the 23 OCS platforms for compliance with MMS regulations and various other conditions of operation. Additionally, the Region’s inspection protocol includes engineers and environmental scientists, many of whom participate in systemic reviews of the facilities as well as in ongoing and regular inspections. The Region continues to improve its regulations and enforcement procedures to further ensure clean and safe management of OCS resources.

Science
Scientific research and advancement are essential to the success of the Region.  From an operational perspective, technological improvements within the energy industry have the potential to increase access to resources while reducing associated adverse environmental impacts.  Moreover, since 1973, the MMS Regional Environmental Studies Program has cumulatively funded 189 studies addressing Pacific OCS issues at a value of almost $124 million. In many cases, these studies represent pioneering research for the entire California coastline. The scientific information obtained from these studies assists the Region in assessing the impacts of OCS operations on the marine and coastal ecology along California. Information from existing and future studies will become invaluable in understanding the effects of alternative energy development on the OCS.

Sustainability
Since energy consumption continues to increase, satisfying the Nation’s energy needs will require a sustainable approach to production and development of OCS resources. The Pacific OCS Region has been, and will continue to be, an important contributor to the domestic hydrocarbon inventory. Over the past 36 years, the Region has produced over 1.09 billion barrels of oil and 1.38 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. With 43 leases currently producing, it is estimated that almost 400 million barrels of oil and over 1 trillion cubic feet of natural gas remain to be recovered.

The Region emphasizes the importance of maximizing the ultimate recovery of those hydrocarbon resources to ensure that reservoirs are developed in a manner that prevents waste. Additionally, access to and uses of resources on the OCS continues to increase.  Diversifying the Nation’s energy portfolio with well-planned OCS alternative energy development, such as the harnessing of wind, wave and ocean current resources will provide a greater amount of domestically produced renewable energy. As these projects progress, MMS remains committed to ensuring that multiple uses do not conflict and that development on the OCS is orderly and sustainable.

The Pacific OCS Region is proud of the role it plays in satisfying the energy needs of the American people. However, we recognize that our success relies on maintaining an open dialog with those we serve. I encourage you to use this website as an active means of communicating with the Region. Visit often and offer us feedback. Whether you wish to track a specific project, learn more about ongoing environmental studies or find educational materials for teachers and students, the Pacific OCS Region’s website has something for everyone. I hope you find this site both useful and informative.

The Region will continue to draw on its core principles – safety, science and sustainability – to manage the Nation’s offshore energy and mineral resources in a manner that is responsive to the country’s needs and sensitive to the public’s concerns.

Ellen G. Aronson
Regional Director


OUR MISSION: We manage Federal offshore energy and mineral resources in a manner that is responsive to the public’s concerns.

OUR VISION: To be recognized by the public as a Federal agency that is composed of knowledgeable and dedicated people who are trusted to manage Federal offshore energy and mineral resources in a responsible manner.


MMS Accessibility MMS Quality of Information MMS Privacy Policy MMS Freedom of Information MMS Disclaimer

http://www.mms.gov/omm/pacific/public/rdmessage.htm

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Current Facts & Figures in the Pacific OCS Region

Acres Under Lease 241,023
Active Leases 49
Producing Leases 43
Barrels of Oil per Day
(December 2008)
65,700
Cubic Feet of Gas per Day
(December 2008)
128 million
Total Oil & Gas Wells Drilled
(through December 2008)
1,348
Cumulative Production of Oil
(through December 2008)
1.21 billion barrels
Cumulative Production of Gas
(through December 2008)
1.62 trillion cubic feet
Total Development Wells Drilled
(through December 2008)
1,020
Total Exploration Wells Drilled
(through December 2008)
328
Oil & Gas Platforms 23
Miles of Pipeline 188
Companies Operating Pacific OCS Facilities 6
Well Activities
Applications for Permit to Drill Wells Approved (CY 2008) 6
Development Wells Spudded (CY 2008) 5
Exploration Wells Spudded 0
MMS Inspections of OCS Facilities
Drilling Inspections 24
Production Inspections 169
Workover/completion Inspections 15
Abandonment Inspections 0
Environmental Inspections 306
Safety/Meters Inspections 92
Other Inspections 190
Total Number of Inspections 796
Records in the Pacific Region
Platform in Deepest Water Platform Harmony: Lease OCS-P 0190 1,198′
Platform in Shallowest Water Platform Gina: Lease OCS-P 0202 95′
Platform with Most Well Slots Platform Gilda: Lease OCS-P 0216 96
Platform Farthest from Land Platform Grace: Lease OCS-P 0217 10 1/2 Miles
Exploratory Well in Deepest Water Lease OCS-P 0353 Well #1 1,911′
Exploratory Well in Shallowest Water Lease OCS-P 0361 Well #4 68′
Exploratory Well Deepest Depth Lease OCS-P 0234 Well #3 18,318′
Well with Longest Reach Lease OCS-P 0193 Well #SA-15 5.63 miles

Free Data Available for Downloading. Leasing, Production and  Platform/Rig data available in ASCII Fixed and Delimited format.


MMS Accessibility MMS Quality of Information MMS Privacy Policy MMS Freedom of Information MMS Disclaimer

http://www.mms.gov/omm/pacific/offshore/currentfacts.htm

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Pacific OCS Revenue Facts

The Mineral Management Service’s Minerals Revenue Management is responsible for the collection and disbursement of revenue collected from the leasing and development of the Nation’s onshore and offshore mineral resources. You can find data by State for Section 8(g) OCS Lands Act Fund disbursements.

Revenue from the offshore oil and gas program — royalties, rents, and bonuses — is used to the benefit of the country in many different ways.  On average, approximately two-thirds of the revenue goes to the general fund of the United States Treasury to help pay for government programs and services. States also receive a portion of the revenue collected from offshore oil and gas activity within a band that is 3 to 6 miles off their shore, as specified in section 8(g) of the OCS Lands Act. In California, this activity takes place on the OCS adjacent to the counties of Santa Barbara, Ventura, Los Angeles and Orange.

The remaining third of the revenue is provided to one of two funds:

  • The Land and Water Conservation Fund helps Federal, State and local governments acquire and develop parklands and recreation projects.  Between 70 and 90 percent of the Fund Disbursements provided are from OCS mineral revenues. In 1997, Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt identified the basic intent of the Fund as to “devote revenue from one public resource, oil and gas leasing on the Outer Continental Shelf, to the perpetuation of another public resource, outdoor recreation lands at the federal, state, and local levels.”
  • The National Historic Preservation Fund to help protect and preserve the finest examples of America’s cultural heritage.  OCS contributions to the National Historic Preservation Fund have totaled over $700 million.

http://www.mms.gov/omm/pacific/offshore/revenuefacts.htm

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http://info.sen.ca.gov/pub/95-96/bill/asm/ab_1401-1450/ab_1431_cfa_960823_110844_sen_floor.html
SENATE RULES COMMITTEE                           AB 1431
Office of Senate Floor Analyses
1020 N Street, Suite 524
(916) 445-6614         Fax: (916) 327-4478

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THIRD READING

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Bill No:  AB 1431
Author:   Firestone (R), et al
Amended:  8/23/96 in Senate
Vote:     21

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SENATE NATURAL RES. & WILD. COMMITTEE:   10-1, 6/27/95
AYES:  Hayden, Thompson, Johannessen, Johnston, Killea,
Leslie, Monteith, O’Connell, Rogers, Solis
NOES:  Mello

SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE:   9-0, 8/21/96
AYES:  Johnston, Dills, Kelley, Killea, Leonard, Leslie,
Lewis, Mello, Mountjoy
NOT VOTING:  Alquist, Hughes, Peace, Polanco

ASSEMBLY FLOOR:   74-0, 6/2/95

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SUBJECT:    Ocean resources:  local government:  financial
assistance

SOURCE:     Author

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DIGEST:    This bill requires that any local government
financial assistance provided by the state for activities
related to offshore energy development shall be prohibited
from exceeding 90 percent of the cost of carrying out the
project. The bill, commencing in 1997, makes 50 percent of
the amount of funds received pursuant to Section 8 (g) of
the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) Lands Act over the amount
?1
CONTINUED
(from)

http://info.sen.ca.gov/pub/95-96/bill/asm/ab_1401-1450/ab_1431_cfa_960823_110844_sen_floor.html
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(See the initiative for yourself here, or see nooiltax.com’s version annotating the objections big and small.)

Given that Governor Schwarzenegger and the legislature just made a huge agreement on greenhouse-gas reduction, I think this is not the time to launch a separate, unaccountable, uncoordinated, inflexible program based solely on a new tax on domestic oil drillers. Besides, the largest multinational oil companies—the “big oil” Prop 87 proponents want us to hate—will respond by importing more oil from their out-of-state fields. (California’s foreign oil comes first (35 percent) from Saudi Arabia and second (25 percent) from the rainforests of Ecuador.) Refiners will buy whatever is cheapest. But the hundreds of smaller California producers will have no recourse but to eat the tax, which means shutting down wells, going closer to bankruptcy or selling out—probably to a cash-rich multinational. This would erode California’s energy independence and resilience.

California oil is expensive for geological reasons (its crude is heavy and sour) and logistical reasons (ports are too shallow for larger tankers, for example), not because “big oil is gouging us.” (The California Energy Commission gives details, and I have the basics of oil formation here.) The campaign for Prop 87 thus has a false basis and an incoherent logic. It would encourage more imported oil and endanger a long-standing domestic industry, and those who actually pollute the air—consumers—are being asked to think and vote like children, hoping not to have to pay for something they want.

http://geology.about.com/b/2006/10/30/the-california-oil-tax-initiative.htm

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My Note – That article was from an earlier attempt to pass a tax on oil drilling / refiners in California which is now being considered again, but this time the funds are supposedly going to cover the education budget deficits and shortfall in the state colleges and universities – but will it really or just go into the general fund to pay interest on loans and gambling losses?

– cricketdiane

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INTRODUCTION

This manual is updated periodically as funds are created and/or deleted. In addition, you will note that some of the pages include a ‘Revision Date’. This ‘Revision Date’ was added to the template in April, 1998. Any Fund Manual additions or revisions after that time will reflect the date of addition or revision to the Manual. Write-ups completed prior to April, 1998 will not contain a ‘Revision Date’ as there is no history when the addition or revision was made. If you have any specific update information to be included in the manual you may contact the FSCU Hotline at fscuhotline@dof.ca.gov or by phone at (916) 324-0385.

blue ballPreface (Introduction)

blue  ballDownload the whole manual (Caution: This will download a large zipped file (9.8 Mb) of the Manual, including an Index. It is a self-extracting zip file and you will need to tell it where to be saved) – (You Do NOT have to have zip software.) updated 2/19/10

blue ballFind a Fund (Use this feature to locate individual fund page(s) of the Manual. You can search by fund number or keyword(s).)

blue ballListing by Numerical Order (webpage version)
blue  ballListing by Alphabetical Order
blue  ballListing by Structure (Source Classification)
blue  ballListing by GAAP Classification

(from)

http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/CALSTARS/Fundsman.htm

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New York Times (blog)
The Golden State’s Me Generation‎ – 2 hours ago onmouseout=”shut_ff(event)”1d68489″,event,0)” v:shapes=”_x0000_i1025″>

“We have all become students of color now,” she declared. Berkeley Chancellor Robert Birgeneau claimed that protests “exemplified the best of our tradition

Wall Street Journal574 related articles »

College students across the nation protest tuition hikes‎ – WBIR-TV936 related articles » onmouseout=”shut_ff(event)”1d68489″,event,1)” v:shapes=”_x0000_i1026″>

MUST-SEE VIDEOS: Colleges Protest Tuition Hikes, Budget Cuts and ‎ – Huffington Post (blog)

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By Ryan Barnes

Release Date: Two Wednesdays before every Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting, 8 times per year
Release Time: 2:15pm Eastern Standard Time
Coverage: Anecdotal and discussion-based summaries of regional economic activity
Released By: Federal Reserve Board; National summary authored by rotating Fed district
Latest Release: http://www.federalreserve.gov/FOMC/BeigeBook/2007/

Background
Made public in 1983, the Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District, or Beige Book, as it is known, has a different style and tone than many other indicators. Rather than being filled with raw data, the Beige Book takes a more conversational approach. The book has 13 sections in total; 12 regional reports from each of the member Fed district banks, preceded by one national summary drawn from the individual reports that follow it. This is the first chance investors have to see how the Fed draws logical and intuitive conclusions from the raw data presented in other indicator releases.

(and based on this paragraph – it means the damn thing is essentially filled with opinions that are based upon upper crust opinions from a select few who have also based their opinions on opinions – Hmmmm. . . ., my note – cricketdiane)

1) Economic Indicators: Overview
2) Economic Indicators: Beige Book
3) Economic Indicators: Business Outlook Survey
4) Economic Indicators: Consumer Confidence Index (CCI)
5) Economic Indicators: Consumer Credit Report
6) Economic Indicators: Consumer Price Index (CPI)
7) Economic Indicators: Durable Goods Report
8) Economic Indicators: Employee Cost Index (ECI)
9) Economic Indicators: Employee Situation Report
10) Economic Indicators: Existing Home Sales
11) Economic Indicators: Factory Orders Report
12) Economic Indicators: Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
13) Economic Indicators: Housing Starts
14) Economic Indicators: Industrial Production
15) Economic Indicators: Jobless Claims Report
16) Economic Indicators: Money Supply
17) Economic Indicators: Mutual Fund Flows
18) Economic Indicators: Non-Manufacturing Report
19) Economic Indicators: Personal Income and Outlays
20) Economic Indicators: Producer Price Index (PPI)
21) Economic Indicators: Productivity Report
22) Economic Indicators: Purchasing Managers Index (PMI)
23) Economic Indicators: Retail Sales Report
24) Economic Indicators:Trade Balance Report
25) Economic Indicators: Wholesale Trade Report
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http://www.investopedia.com/university/releases/beigebook.asp

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The authors criticize all institutions for either solving the wrong problem unintentionally, or worse, intentionally tackling the right problem in the wrong way.  They claim government is particularly prone to doing both.  The event is at the Commonwealth Club in San Francisco.

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/292366-1

(Re-broadcast yesterday on CSPAN BookTV, 03-06-10)

Program ID

292366-1

Category

Public Affairs Event

Format

Forum

Location

San Francisco, CA, United States

Date Aired

Mar 7, 2010

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Show

Authors – Professor Mitroff was speaking at this event –

Mitroff, Ian I.

Founder Mitroff Crisis Management

Silvers, Abraham

Statistician

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http://www.frbsf.org/economics/

Can Structural Models of Default Explain the Credit Spread Puzzle? • FRBSF Economic Letter 2010-06

Structural models of default are widely used to analyze corporate bond spreads, but have generally been unable to explain why risk premiums are as high as they are. This credit spread puzzle can be addressed by taking into account such factors as the variability of the level of risk premiums and the likelihood of default over the course of the economic cycle. Models that incorporate such variations over time are more successful at generating spreads consistent with historical observations.

Goldstein • February 22, 2010

District Trends

Beige Book • March 3, 2010

Economic activity appeared to increase modestly. Sales of retail items and services stayed slow but showed some improvement, and upward pressures on prices and wages remained quite limited.

» Summary12th DistrictFull report

12L Economic Trends • January 2010

ETC: Economic Trends & Conditions • February 2010

BS&R’s 12th District Banking Profile • Q2 2009

(from)

http://www.frbsf.org/economics/

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Housing: Price-to-Rent Ratio • taken from CalculatedRisk Blog • February 23

In October 2004, Fed economist John Krainer and researcher Chishen Wei wrote a Fed letter on price to rent ratios: House Prices and Fundamental Value. Kainer and Wei presented a price-to-rent ratio using the OFHEO house price index and the Owners’ Equivalent Rent (OER) from the BLS.

» Read more in House Prices and Fundamental Value
FRBSF Economic Letter 2004-27 • Krainer

Working Papers

» More Working Papers

“Should the Central Bank Be Concerned About Housing Prices?” • Working paper 2010-05

Housing is an important component of the consumption basket. Since both rental prices and goods prices are sticky, the literature suggests that optimal monetary policy should stabilize both types of prices, with the optimal weight on rental inflation proportional to the housing expenditure share. In a two-sector DSGE model with sticky rental prices and goods prices, however, we find that the optimal weight on rental inflation in the Taylor rule is small—much smaller than that implied by the housing expenditure share.

Jeske • Liu • February 2010

Upcoming Seminars

Macro Seminar
Susanto Basu • Boston College • John Fernald • March 3

+ Expand

Finance Seminar
Christopher James • University of Florida • March 4

Macro Seminar
Ping Wang • Washington University St. Louis • March 8

Macro Brown Bag
Milton Marquis • Florida State University • Bharat Trehan • March 9

Macro Seminar
Markus Brunnermeier • Princeton University • Eric Swanson • March 10

Upcoming Conferences

» More Conferences

Financial Market Imperfections and Macroeconomics • March 5, 2010

2010 Pacific Basin Research Conference • September 30-October 1, 2010 • Call for papers

http://www.frbsf.org/economics/

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(from the State of California budget cuts, budget deficits? education budget cuts, – budget revenues and budget choices) –

MANUAL OF STATE FUNDS Back to Top
This manual contains descriptions for all funds listed in the Uniform Codes Manual. Each fund description provides the administering department, the authority that created the fund, the fund’s purpose, the appropriation authority for the fund, the date the fund may be abolished, and the disposition of any balance when and if the fund is abolished.
Click here for the Manual of State Funds

SALARIES AND WAGES SUPPLEMENT Back to Top
A listing of classifications, salaries, and wages for all state departments, commissions, and boards within the state government for the past, current, and budget fiscal years. This document is updated in late February/early March of each year; therefore, the 2010-11 Salaries and Wages will be available in late February/early March 2010.
Click here for the Salaries and Wages Supplement

INDEX OF FUNDS Back to Top
Provides an alphabetical index of all funds and identifies the state agency responsible for administration of the funds.
Click here for Index of Funds

(from)

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/references.html

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Proposed Budget Detail

The following table presents budget year personnel years and expenditures for each agency area. These totals are comprised of State funds which include General Fund, special funds, and selected bond funds. These totals do not include federal funds, other non-governmental cost funds, or reimbursements.

State Agencies 2010-11
Personnel
Years
General
Fund*
Special
Funds*
Bond
Funds*
Total
State Funds*
K thru 12 Education 2,845.5 $36,004,239 $98,568 $683,980 $36,786,787
Higher Education 127,464.6 11,836,152 39,495 766,708 12,642,355
Health and Human Services 32,771.2 20,999,154 8,698,553 94,694 29,792,401
Corrections and Rehabilitation 61,792.8 7,983,062 48,006 319 8,031,387
Business, Transportation & Housing 44,355.8 902,288 7,655,504 3,953,581 12,511,373
Natural Resources 17,792.9 1,731,778 2,715,775 738,711 5,186,264
Environmental Protection 4,481.7 68,326 1,106,783 294,626 1,469,735
State and Consumer Services 16,439.4 587,134 759,035 20,526 1,366,695
Labor and Workforce Development 13,905.6 58,403 375,569 433,972
General Government 5,485.3 -94,503 4,493,412 1,619 4,400,528
Legislative, Judicial, and Executive 17,925.7 2,825,266 2,875,973 432,747 6,133,986
TOTALS 345,260.5 $82,901,299 $28,866,673 $6,987,511 $118,755,483

* Dollars in thousands

http://www.ebudget.ca.gov/agencies.html

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Budget References
DEPARTMENT INDEX BY ORGANIZATION NAME Back to Top
An alphabetical index of state agencies included in the Budget. This index can be used to quickly access information for a specific department.
Click here for Department Index By Organization Name

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My Note – tell somebody about it –

White House blogs may not have any way to do that – I’m not sure they are interactive at this point.

– cricketdiane

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US Department of Interior

Bureau of Land Management

Oil Leases, Mining Rights, Sales of Public Lands, etc.

Interior Opens Conversation on Open Government

FRI, FEBRUARY 5, 2010, 12:00 AM EST

Today the Department of the Interior launched DOI.gov/open and an online dialogue about improving transparency, participation, collaboration and innovation in government Read More >

More >

The Bureau of Land Management’s 37 quarterly oil and natural gas lease sales scheduled for 2010 will offer thousands of parcels in a dozen states, most in the West. The BLM’s Alaska State Office oil and gas lease sale will offer available tracts in the Northeast and a portion of the Northwest areas of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. The sale is scheduled for August 11 in Anchorage, Alaska.  The last sale for the Reserve was held September 24, 2008.

Oil and gas leasing in the NPR-A is authorized under the Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act of 1976, as amended.  Integrated Activity Plan/Environmental Impact Statements have been prepared for both the Northeast and Northwest planning areas.

http://www.doi.gov/news/BLM_Schedules_2010_Oil_Gas_Lease_Sales.cfm

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U.S. Data


Summary
Weekly Supply Estimates
U.S. Crude Oil Supply & Disposition
more Summary data
Prices
Weekly Retail Gasoline and Diesel Prices
Spot Prices
World Crude Oil Prices
more Price data
Crude Reserves & Production
Crude Oil Production
Reserves, Reserves Changes, and Production
more Crude Reserves & Production data
Refining & Processing
Weekly Inputs, Utilization & Production
Refinery Yield
more Refining & Processing data
Imports/Exports & Pipelines
Weekly Imports & Exports
U.S. Imports by Country of Origin
more Imports/Exports & Pipelines data
Stocks
Total Stocks (Weekly & Monthly)
Stocks by Type
more Stocks data
Consumption/Sales
Product Supplied
Prime Supplier Sales Volumes
more Consumption/Sales data
International Data


Overview
World Oil Balance
World Crude Oil Prices
more

(from)

http://www.eia.doe.gov/oil_gas/petroleum/info_glance/petroleum.html

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July 29, 2009

Testimony of Tyson Slocum, Director
Public Citizen’s Energy Program

Before the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Energy Position Limits and Hedge Exemptions

My testimony today will describe how recent legislative and regulatory actions deregulated energy trading markets, which removed transparency and allowed powerful financial corporations to engage in harmful levels of speculation, resulting in higher and more volatile energy prices for families. Section 4(a) of the Commodity Exchange Act requires the CFTC to establish and maintain “position limits” on traders to prevent “sudden or unreasonable fluctuations or unwarranted changes” in commodity prices as a result of excessive speculation.

FULL TESTIMONY by Public Citizen.


more resources

Articles
Press Releases

http://www.citizen.org/publications/release.cfm?ID=7701

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Education and Training

American Community Survey Educational Attainment, Bureau of the Census

Education Watch Online, The Education Trust

National Center for Education Statistics, Department of Education

CyberEducation, American Electronics Association

Public Elementary-Secondary Education Finance Data, Bureau of the Census

School Statistics, Sperling’s BestPlaces, Fast Forward, Inc.

The School Report, Homefair.com

State Report Cards, Education Week

State of Literacy in America, National Institute for Literacy

School Segregation Patterns, Civil Rights Project, Harvard University

International Archive of Education Data, National Center for Education Statistics and University of Michigan

Higher Education Facts and Figures, Chronicle of Higher Education

Postsecondary Education OPPORTUNITY

Measuring Up, National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education

Carnegie Classification of Institutes of Higher Education, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

College and University Rankings, U.S. News and World Report

Data Reports, National Education Association

  Rankings of the States, 1999

  School Modernization

SAT Program Data, College Entrance Examination Board

High School Student Academic and Career Preferences, National Research Center for College and University Admissions

College Access and Affordability, Lumina Foundation for Education Data on Science and Engineering Education, National Science Foundation

  WebCASPAR

Business School Rankings, Business Week

Historical Census Data, Geospatial and Statistical Data Center, University of Virginia

Adult Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education, Department of Education

Standardized Program Information Reports for JTPA, Employment and Training Administration

(from )

http://www.econdata.net/content_quicklinks.html

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Debt Finance and Venture Capital

FDIC Statistics on Banking, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) Aggregate Reports, Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council 

Small Business Finance, Small Business Administration 

SBA Loan Activity, Small Business Administration

Credit Union Data, National Credit Union Administration

Venture Capital Profiles, Venture Economics

MoneyTree Survey, PricewaterhouseCoopers 

Venture Capital Investments Data Base, Mercury Center, San Jose Mercury News

Recent Venture Industry Statistics, National Venture Capital Association

Venture Funding Reports, Growthink Research 

Venture Capital Disbursements by Metro Area, Center for Economic Development

VentureXpert, Thomson Financial Securities Data 

National IPO Database, Hale and Dorr
Research and Advanced Technology

Division of Science Resources Studies, National Science Foundation

Useful Stats, State Science & Technology Institute

State Profiles of Federal R&D, American Association for the Advancement of Science

Federal R&D Activities, Science and Technology Policy Institute, RAND

Funded Federal Research, Community of Science 

SBIR/STTR Awards, Small Business Administration

R&D Support in Health, National Institutes of Health

Federal R&D Funding Projections, Massachusetts Technology Collaborative

American Research Universities, TheCenter, University of Florida

Patents Awarded, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office

State Science and Technology Indicators, Office of Technology Competitiveness, Technology Administration

RaDiUS, Science and Technology Policy Institute, RAND

Regional Techline, CHI Research, Inc. 

AUTM Licensing Survey, Association of University Technology Managers

http://www.econdata.net/content_quicklinks.html

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My Note –

What this information tells me is that I need to learn more about the education cuts, the possible sources of revenues from natural resources drilling and mining including oil drilling and offshore drilling, more about the ways that revenues which are coming into state treasuries are being manipulated or confined and diverted, and why in the hell California legislators and legislators in other states do not have control of the agencies that operate under the state’s creation. I would also like to know how much actual taxes by percentage of gross is being paid by corporations including oil companies and how much are actually being paid out in cash royalties, leases or received in subsidies and incentives. I also want to know how the property taxes which according to CNN are paying 80% of the education budgets have managed to not re-appraise houses at lower values and to have raised taxes on properties each year without having enough to combine with other state and charitable money along with lottery proceeds intended for education and be able to pay for the educational needs in states and across the country. It just doesn’t add up.

I know it would be great to know how many corporations, companies and businesses still exist in the United States and how solvent they are in reality, too. I’ll keep working on it.

– cricketdiane

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And from grants.gov – which I’m not sure all of these links are still active –

To browse by Agency, please access any of the links below.

Access Search Tips for helpful search strategies, or click the Help button in the upper right corner to get help with this screen.

All Agencies Appalachian Regional Commission
Bureau of Reclamation – South Central CA Area Ofc Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation
City of Orlando Corporation for National and Community Service
Department of Commerce Department of Defense
Department of Health and Human Services Department of Homeland Security
Department of Labor Department of State
Department of Veterans Affairs Department of the Interior
District of Columbia Environmental Protection Agency
General Services Administration Institute of Museum and Library Services
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation Japan-United States Friendship Commission
Marine Mammal Commission National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Archives and Records Administration National Council on Disability
National Credit Union Administration National Endowment for the Arts
National Endowment for the Humanities National Science Foundation
Office of the Director of National Intelligence President’s Committee on the Arts and Humanities
Small Business Administration Social Security Administration
State of Minnesota State of Texas
U. S. Election Assistance Commission U.S. Department of Education
U.S. Department of Transportation U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
US Agency for International Development US Department of Energy
US Department of Housing and Urban Development US Department of the Treasury
US Institute of Peace United States Department of Agriculture
United States Department of Justice Woodrow Wilson Center

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My Note – maybe every school in America could get a grant from the Institute of Peace or something . . .

I still believe that it is the investment managers that are continuing to degrade and decimate these state education and higher education budgets along with poor choices that are being made in states about how the money will be spent or by giving incentives and tax breaks to large industries that are literally robbing the state budgets of revenues. I also believe that the salaries, per diems, benefits and staff salaries in the states and state legislatures are the real budget breakers which yield little in return since they get paid whether what they are doing works or not. And, the priorities are askew in just about every state government that I’ve been studying. There is an attitude of, “walking ass first, eyes closed” – that has got to go . . .

– cricketdiane

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