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Update (1/21/22): Includes a corrected estimate of Governor’s Budget proposals that are excludable under the State Appropriations Limit (SAL).

Overview of the Governor's Budget
January 13, 2022

The 2022-23 Budget

Overview of the Governor’s Budget

Appendix 2: Discretionary Spending Proposals



Criminal Justice

Appendix 2 Figure 1

Criminal Justice: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

BSCC

County Operated Juvenile Facility Grants

$100

BSCC

Organized Retail Theft Prevention Grants (Public Safety Package)

85

BSCC

Fresno County SB 1022 Jail Project Conversion to General Fund

81

$81

BSCC

Local Law Enforcement Gun Buyback Program Grants (Public Safety Package)

25

BSCC

Proposition 57 (2016) Impact on Post Release Community Supervision

23

BSCC

Vertical Prosecution Grants (Public Safety Package)

10

CDCR

Ironwood State Prison HVAC Project Conversion to General Fund

182

182

CDCR

Monterey County AB 900 Jail Project—Lease Revenue Bonds to General Fund

83

83

CDCR

Statewide Correctional Video Surveillance Continuation

73

$8

CDCR

eDiscovery Platform, Redaction, and Delivery

18

1

CDCR

Returning Home Well Program

11

CDCR

Cellular Interdiction Program

10

2

CDCR

Integrated Substance Use Disorder Treatment Program Expansion

127

CMD

Drug Interdiction Efforts (Public Safety Package)

20

DOJ

Backfill of DNA Identification Fund

46

DOJ

Organized Retail Theft and Crime Taskforces (Public Safety Package)

5

6

Judicial Branch

New Los Angeles Santa Clarita Courthouse

53

53

Judicial Branch

New San Luis Obispo Courthouse

29

29

Judicial Branch

New Solano Hall of Justice

21

21

Judicial Branch

New Fresno Courthouse

21

21

Judicial Branch

Judicial Branch Data and Information Governance

11

4

Judicial Branch

New Plumas Quincy Courthouse

7

7

Judicial Branch

Promote Trial Court Fiscal Equity

100

Judicial Branch

Backfill From Reduced Civil Assessment

50

Judicial Branch

Branchwide IT Modernization

35

Judicial Branch

Trial Court Facility Modifications

15

Judicial Branch

Backfill of Fees Repealed by Chapter 257 of 2021

13

Judicial Branch

23 New Judgeships

1

39

Court Security‑Judgeships

23 New Judgeships

3

 Totals

$917

$403

$479

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; BSCC = Board of State and Community Corrections; CDCR = California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation; HVAC = heating, ventilation, and air conditioning; CMD = California Military Department; DOJ = Department of Justice; and IT = information technology.

 

Health

Appendix 2 Figure 2

Health: Discretionary Spending Proposals in 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

Behavioral Health

Additional funding for medication assisted treatment expansion project

$35

$61

EMS

Replacement/upgrade of aging vehicle and radio fleet assets

9

HCAI

Reproductive health facility infrastructure grants (Reproductive Care Package)

20

Medi‑Cal

Behavioral health bridge housing (Housing and Homelessness Package)

1,000

Medi‑Cal

Undo delay in end‑of‑year fee‑for‑service provider payment processing

309

Medi‑Cal

Payments to encourage equity and practice transformation

200

Medi‑Cal

Add mobile crisis response services benefit (Housing and Homelessness Package)

16

Medi‑Cal

Strengthen fiscal functions and outcomes

1

Medi‑Cal

Zero premiums for children/mothers/working individuals with disabilities

19

Medi‑Cal

Add human papillomavirus vaccine as a program benefit (Reproductive Care Package)

5

Medi‑Cal

Eliminate certain provider rate reductions

9

Medi‑Cal

Update dental coverage requirements to include evidence‑based practices

13

Medi‑Cal

Nursing Facility Finance Reform

46

Public Health

Public health IT systems

173

62

Public Health

Regional climate planning

25

Public Health

Books for low‑income children

10

Public Health

Expansion of Alzheimer’s Healthy Brain Initiative

10

Public Health

Fitness Council

10

Public Health

Expansion of Home Visiting program

38

Public Health

Expansion of Black Infant Health program

13

Public Health

Climate and health surveillance

10

State Hospitals

Sewer/wastewater treatment plant at Atascadero State Hospital

4

$4

State Hospitals

Provide funding for electronic health records project

2

State Hospitals

Provide funding for electronic health records project

5

State Hospitals

Provide funding for statewide plant operations

3

State Hospitals

Implement IST waitlist workgroup solutions (Housing and Homelessness Package)

350

350

 Totals

$1,822

$635

$354

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; EMS = Emergency Medical Services; HCAI = Health Care Access and Information; IT = information technology; and IST = incompetent‑to‑stand‑trial.

 

Higher Education

Appendix 2 Figure 3

Higher Education: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

CCC

New positions at the CCC Chancellor’s Office

$1

CSAC

Cash for College expansion

$1

CSU

Deferred maintenance and energy efficiency projects

100

$100

CSU

CSU Bakersfield Energy Innovation Center (Climate package)

83

83

CSU

CSU University Farms (Climate package)

50

50

CSU

Foster youth programs

12

OPR

Golden State Awards

30

OPR

Climate Research Hub Facility (Climate package)

20

20

OPR

California Education Learning Lab

3

SIB

CalKIDS participant notification and marketing

5

SIB

Financial literacy outreach

5

UC

Seed and matching grants for applied research (Climate package)

100

UC

Deferred maintenance and energy efficiency projects

100

100

UC

Regional climate‑focused incubators (Climate package)

50

UC

UC San Francisco Dyslexia Center

10

UC

Foster youth programs

6

UC

UC Davis Firearm Violence Center (Public Safety package)

2

 Totals

$551

$28

$353

Note: Excludes proposals funded by Proposition 98 and some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; CSAC = California Student Aid Commission; OPR = Office of Planning and Research; SIB = Scholarshare Investment Board; and CalKIDs = California Kids Investment and Development Savings.

 

Housing and Homelessness

Appendix 2 Figure 4

Housing and Homelessness: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

BCH Agency—CalICH

Encampment Resolution Grants Program

$500

HCD

Infill Infrastructure Grant Program

225

$225

HCD

Affordable Housing and Sustainable Communities Program

75

75

HCD

Adaptive Reuse

50

50

HCD

Mixed‑Income Housing

50

50

HCD

Portfolio Reinvestment Program

50

50

HCD

State Excess Sites

25

25

HCD

Mobilehome Park Rehabilitation and Resident Ownership Program

25

25

 Totals

$1,000

$500

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

BCH Agency = Secretary for Business, Consumer Services, and Housing Agency; CalICH = California Interagency Council on Homelessness; and HCD = Department of Housing and Community Development.

 

Human Services

Appendix 2 Figure 5

Human Services: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

CalFood

Temporarily augment state support for select food banks

$50

Child Support

Local Child Support Agency Administration Funding

$20

DDS

Communications assessments for deaf consumers

9

DDS

Reimbursement system project implementation and maintenance

‑$6

6

DDS

New service model for Work Activity Programs

5

DDS

Capital outlay—Porterville installation of fire sprinkler system

4

DDS

Retention stipend reappropriation

‑1

1

DDS

Early Start‑Part C to B transitions

45

DDS

Administrative support‑STAR homes, CAST, and Protective Services

1

DDS

Information security staffing support

1

DDS

Clinical Monitoring Team support‑specialized community homes

1

IHSS

IHSS Permanent Back‑Up Provider System

11

Totals

‑$7

$75

$79

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; DDS = Department of Developmental Services; STAR = Stabilization Training Assistance Reintegration; CAST= Crisis Assistance Stabilization Teams; and IHSS = In‑Home Supportive Services.

 

Other

Appendix 2 Figure 6

Other: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022-23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021-22

2022-23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

Arts Council

Cultural Districts

$30

CalHR

California State Payroll System

1

$3

CSL

Comprehensive digitization strategy

13

1

CSL

Lunch at the Library

5

CDE

Special Olympics

30

CDE

CDE state operations, various

4

6

CDE

State Preschool rate increase for students with disabilities

111

CDFA

Farm to School Program

30

3

CDFA

Water efficiency and support for small farmers (Drought Response Package)

25

$20

CMD

Consolidated Headquarters Project Conversion to General Fund

159

159

CMD

Enhancing and Expanding Fire Crews: Taskforce Rattlesnake

40

CTC

Waive select teacher assessment fees

24

CTC

Waive select teacher initial credential fees

12

CTC

Develop integrated teacher preparation undergraduate programs

10

DFPI

Student Loan Borrower Assistance

10

DGS

Facilities Management Division Deferred Maintenance

101

101

EDD

UI Trust Fund loan repayment

1,000

EDD

Hire contractors to finish recommended improvements to UI program

86

EDD

Additional funding for UI technology changes

24

EDD

Cyber Security Resilience and Instrumentation

10

FTB

Enterprise Data to Revenue Project, Phase 2

150

1

GO-Biz

Small business grants

-$20

150

GO-Biz

Tourism marketing

45

GO-Biz

Port improvements

30

GO-Biz

Regional innovation centers

20

GO-Biz

New Retail Theft Grant Program (Public Safety Package)

20

GO-Biz

Immigration integration

11

1

GO-Biz

Other small business programs

6

OES

California Disaster Assistance Act Adjustment

77

37

114

OES

Home Hardening (Wildfire and Forest Resilience Package)

13

OES

Enhancing the Fire and Rescue Mutual Aid Fire Fleet

11

OES

Fire Integrated Real Time Intelligence System

24

OES

Earthquake Early Warning System

17

OES

Mission Tasking Appropriation

10

OPR

Foster grandparents

10

OPR

Depression research

10

OPR

Inclusion in research

9

OPR

Office of Community Partnerships and Strategic Communications

65

OPR

California Volunteers Neighbor Networks

10

School Facilities Aid

Funding for School Facilities Program

1,250

1,250

Secretary of State

Fee Relief for New Businesses

30

State Controller

California State Payroll System

55

4

Technology

Statewide Centralized Services

44

Technology

Office of Technology Services

11

Totals

-$20

$1,994

$170

$279

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

CalHR = California Department of Human Resources; CSL = California State Library; CDE = California Department of Education; CDFA = California Department of Food and Agriculture; CMD = California Military Department; CTC = Commission on Teacher Credentialing; DFPI = Department of Financial Protection and Innovation; DGS = Department of General Services; EDD = Employment Development Department; UI = Unemployment Insurance; FTB = Franchise Tax Board; GO-Biz = Governor’s Office of Business and Economic Development; OES = Governor’s Office of Emergency Services; and OPR = Office of Planning and Research.

 

Resources and Environment

Appendix 2 Figure 7

Resources and Environment: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

Various

Contingency funding for unspecified activities (Drought Response Package)

$250

$155

CARB

Zero‑emission vehicle (ZEV) programs (ZEV Package)

170

10

CARB

Low global warming potential refrigerants (Energy Package)

20

CARB

Permitting (Wildfire Resilience Package)

2

CalFire

Forest health and resilience proposals (Wildfire Resilience Package)

243

CalFire

Various capital outlay

120

120

CalFire

Additional S‑70i helicopters

87

12

99

CalFire

Future capital outlay

50

50

CalFire

Cultural and art installation in parks

50

CalFire

EU Helitanker contract

45

CalFire

Surge engines and bulldozers

33

3

36

CalFire

Contract county crews and realignment

35

CalFire

CAD/AVL Program hardware and service refresh

1

23

CalFire

CalFire training centers

16

CalFire

Staffing and operational enhancements

400

TC

State‑owned land (Wildfire Resilience Package)

5

CCC

Greenwood: new residential center

67

67

CCC

Forestry Corps (Wildfire Resilience Package)

15

CNRA

Remote sensing (Wildfire Resilience Package)

18

DOC

Oil well abandonment & remediation

100

DOC

Land repurposing program (Drought Response Package)

40

40

DOC

Statewide seismic hazards reduction

22

4

DOC

Regional forest and fire capacity program (Wildfire Resilience Package)

20

DFW

Assist fish and wildlife (Drought Response Package)

75

DFW

State‑owned land (Wildfire Resilience Package)

30

DWR

Drought response activities (Drought Response Package)

335

250

DWR

Oroville pump storage and energy reliability support (Energy Package)

103

100

DWR

Electric generator support

16

Energy Commission

Clean energy and building decarbonization (Energy Package)

810

545

Energy Commission

ZEV programs (ZEV Package)

270

250

Parks

State‑owned land (Wildfire Resilience Package)

20

Parks

Beach erosion control: cost sharing

15

SDRC

Project implementation (Wildfire Resilience Package)

2

SMMC

Liberty Canyon wildlife crossing

10

10

SMMC

Projects (Wildfire Resilience Package)

5

SNC

Projects (Wildfire Resilience Package)

13

SCC

Projects (Wildfire Resilience Package)

10

SWRCB

Drought response activities (Drought Response Package)

25

SWRCB

Permitting (Wildfire Resilience Package)

2

 Totals

$1,916

$476

$926

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; CARB = California Air Resources Board; CalFire = California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection; EU = Exclusive Use; CAD/AVL = Computer‑Aided Dispatch/Automatic Vehicle Location; TC = Tahoe Conservancy; CCC = California Conservation Corps; CNRA = California Natural Resources Agency; DOC = Department of Conservation; DFW = Department of Fish and Wildlife; DWR = Department of Water Resources; Parks = Department of Parks and Recreation; SDRC = San Diego River Conservancy; SMMC = Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy; SNC = Sierra Nevada Conservancy; SCC= State Coastal Conservancy; and SWRCB = State Water Resources Control Board.

 

Transportation

Appendix 2 Figure 8

Transportation: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One‑Time

Ongoing

Caltrans

Transportation Infrastructure Package

$800

$600

$600

CHP

Various Capital Outlay Projects

20

20

CHP

Organized Retail Theft Taskforce (Public Safety Package)

$6

DMV

Ports & Supply Chain Resilience

10

STA

Supply Chain Resilience

600

600

STA

Transportation Infrastructure Package

3,500

3,500

 Totals

$4,300

$1,229

$6

$4,720

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations Limit; Caltrans = California Department of Transportation; CHP = California Highway Patrol; DMV = Department of Motor Vehicles; and STA = Secretary for Transportation Agency.

 

Workforce Development

Appendix 2 Figure 9

Workforce Development: Discretionary Spending Proposals in the 2022‑23 Governor’s Budget

General Fund (In Millions)

Program or Department

Proposal

2021‑22

2022‑23

SAL
Exclusion

One Time

Ongoing

CSL

Online job training programs available through local libraries

$9

CWDB

Establish new HRTPs in health and human service careers

110

CWDB

Establish a port training facility in Southern California

30

CWDB

Workforce training grant program in low carbon fields

20

CWDB

Retraining and transition training for oil and gas workers

20

CWDB

Earn and learn program for community college students

10

EDD

Expand state’s incumbent training program to health and social workers

90

EDD

Provide assistance to former oil and gas workers

50

EDD

Expand English language learner pilot programs in integrated education

30

EDD

Expand state’s incumbent training program to include literacy training

20

EDD

Training programs to expand the number of EMTs

20

HCAI

Provide funding for care economy workforce development

271

HCAI

Scholarships and loan repayment to reproductive health care providers

20

Health Care Services

Restore grant funding to Indian Health Program (Care Economy Workforce Package)

12

UC

Regional climate‑focused workforce training hubs (Climate Package)

35

 Totals

$746

Note: Excludes some proposals under $10 million.

SAL = state appropriations limit; CSL = California State Library; CWDB = California Workforce Development Board; HRTP = High Road Training Partnerships EDD = Employment Development; EMT = emergency medical technicians; and HCAI = Health Care Access and Information Department.