Bill Summary for S 560 (2015-2016)

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Aug 11 2015

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View NCGA Bill Details2015-2016 Session
Senate Bill 560 (Public) Filed Thursday, March 26, 2015
AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET TO CONTINUE EXPENDITURES FOR THE OPERATION OF GOVERNMENT AT THE LEVEL IN EFFECT ON JUNE 30, 2015, UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2015.
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House committee substitute deletes all provisions of the 2nd edition and replaces it with AN ACT AUTHORIZING THE DIRECTOR OF THE BUDGET TO CONTINUE EXPENDITURES FOR THE OPERATION OF GOVERNMENT AT THE LEVEL IN EFFECT ON JUNE 30, 2015, UNTIL AUGUST 31, 2015. 

Extends the provisions of the current continuing resolution, SL 2015-133, from August 14, 2015, to August 31, 2015. 

Complies with certain grant and statutory requirements by (1) appropriating fiscal year 2015-16 funds to the JDIG Reserve pursuant to GS 143C-9-6 and GS 143B-437.61; (2) appropriating fiscal year 2015-16 funds to the One North Carolina Fund pursuant to GS 143B-437.71 and GS 143B-437.72; (3) amending SL 2015-133 to appropriate additional TANF block grant funds for subsidized child care that must be spent to avoid their loss; and (4) allowing state agencies to spend funds received from grant awards that are for less than $2.5 million, do not require matching funds, and will not be used for a capital project. 

Allows the Office of Information Technology Services to continue billing state agencies and local governments using the rates previously approved for fiscal year 2014-15. 

Appropriates receipts from fee increases authorized by SL 2014-100 for the purposes set forth in GS 113-173.1(b), the At-Sea Observer Program. 

Effective September 1, 2015, appropriates funds from funding available to the Office of Digital Infastructure for certain positions in the Office of Information Technology Services and revises child care subsidy policy to exclude the income of a nonparent relative caretaker from eligibility determinations. 

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