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  • Audit Response Report

    Following is a summary of financial or performance audits by the Secretary of State finished in the 2011-13 or 2013-15 biennia to date. The summary for each audit includes any major findings or recommendations, the agency response to each finding or recommendation and as a status update of each finding or recommendation.

    Multi-Agency Audit: Agencies Should Explore Opportunities to Earn Purchase Card Rebates Audit No. 2010-12

    Date Issued: January 2010

    Recommendation #1: Department explore the available strategies and analyze the associated costs and benefits of obtaining the annual volume and performance purchase card rebates offered through US Bank.

    Original Response: ODFW will document a cost benefit analysis of obtaining purchase card rebates. This analysis is scheduled for completion by July 1, 2010.

    Status: Analysis was completed November 2011 and concluded that the cost of monitoring rebates and amending federal grants exceed the potential rebate.

    Recommendation #2: Department consider changing from monthly payment to a more frequent basis, and exploring options for electronic payment and interim rebate reports.

    Original Response: ODFW will consider each of the mentioned strategies when preparing the cost benefit analysis mentioned above.

    Status: Since analysis concluded that cost outweighed benefit of the rebate, ODFW has not implemented the mentioned strategies.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 949

  • Selected Financial Accounts for the Year Ended June 30, 2009 Management Letter No. 635-2010-02-01

    Letter Dated: February 22, 2010

    Recommendation #1: Department management ensures expenditures are properly recognized, recorded, and classified in the accounting system.

    Original Response: The misclassification of the expenditures as transfers was identified in the next risk assessment for financial close so that it would be correctly reported for fiscal year 2010. For ensuing fiscal years, ODFW will coordinate with Department of Administrative Services (DAS) Budget and Management Section to budget the costs so they will be recorded as expenditures. ODFW will also be hosting training for its Fiscal Staff to refresh them on identifying the appropriate period in which to post expenditures.

    Status: ODFW has completed additional research and has coordinated with DAS Budget and Management Section and Oregon State Police (OSP). All concur that these costs are appropriately budgeted and accounted for using a special payment agency object to OSP. DAS State Controller’s Division was neutral on the handling by ODFW. Because ODFW uses a special payment object, the expenditure compiles in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report as a transfer out unless DAS manually adjusts it. ODFW does not budget for these costs as expenditures because ODFW could not outsource for a like service for a like cost. OSP Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Division staff provides additional statewide enforcement (highway patrol, response to other emergencies, etc.). OSP also receives Lottery Funds and General Fund dollars for its Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Division. Fiscal staff has received refresher training on identifying the appropriate period in which to post expenditures. This was completed on June 11, 2010 as part of the Fiscal Year End communication memorandum.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 950

  • Measure 66 Funding: Financial Accountability for the 2007-09 Biennium Report No: 2010-27

    Date Issued: July, 2010

    Recommendation #1: ODFW, along with Oregon State Police, Department of Environmental Quality, and Oregon Department of Agriculture, should work with Oregon Water Enhancement Board (OWEB) and DAS to ensure that interest earned on Measure 66 allocated funds is credited to accounts dedicated to Measure 66 activities.

    Original Response: ODFW agreed with the recommendation and committed to collaborate with OWEB and DAS for resolution by December 31, 2010.

    Status: Measure 76 accounts have been established so that interest earned is credited to the account dedicated to Measure 76.

    Recommendation #2: ODFW, along with Oregon State Police, Department of Environmental Quality, and Oregon Department of Agriculture should work with OWEB and DAS to estimate the cumulative interest earnings lost over prior biennia and explore potential actions to obtain reimbursement.

    Original Response: ODFW agreed with the recommendation and committed to collaborate with OWEB and DAS for resolution by December 31, 2010.

    Status: Interest earnings and crediting is now focused on Measure 76.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 951

  • Selected Financial Accounts for the Year Ended June 30, 2011 Management Letter No. 635-2012-02-01

    Letter Dated: February 1, 2012

    Recommendation #1: ODFW management review the fee rates within the POS system to ensure all fees are compliant with statute and establish an ongoing monitoring process to ensure continued compliance.

    Original Response: The agent fee for the Juvenile Sportspac was corrected from $5.00 to $2.00 for sales starting May 27, 2011. The customers who purchased Juvenile Sportspacs for fiscal year 2010/2011 and the agents that sold them were identified. On November 28, 2011 a letter was sent to those businesses who overcharged agent fees for Juvenile Sportspacs requesting they submit payment to the ODFW by January 31, 2012 for those overcharged agents fees. Collection efforts continued for those agents with an outstanding balance owed. On December 8, 2011, ODFW issued a news release informing the public that anyone who purchased a Juvenile Sports Pac between December 1, 2009 and May 26, 2011 was accidentally overcharged by $3.00 and may seek a refund from ODFW by sending an email, fax, or written request to ODFW. The Oregon Hunters Association also put an article in their newsletter with similar information. ODFW has issued refunds to customers upon request.

    Status: This new procedure took effect on March 15, 2012 and a complete review of our 2012 fees was completed on August 31, 2012.

    Recommendation #2: ODFW management strengthens its methodology for accruing long-term federal revenue receivables. Specifically, we recommend management review the process for setting up and tracking awards in its Procurement Information Exchange (PIE) system, and modify its methodology to reflect delays inherent within the process.

    Original Response: While ODFW annually reviews the methodology for accruing long-term federal revenue receivables, this task has been formally identified in the most recent risk assessment for financial close processes. For ensuing fiscal years, ODFW will look at current-year information as it becomes available to assist in refining our methodology. ODFW will review its Year-end Revenue Accrual/Adjustment procedure to refine our methodology for fiscal year end 2012. Fiscal Services will educate Contract Services on this methodology to help increase overall agency accuracy with estimating which contract will be billable and receivable for financial statement purposes. Status: ODFW has reviewed the methodology for fiscal year 2012 and will continue to review the methodology annually.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 952

  • Statewide Single Audit for the Year Ended June 30, 2012 Report No. 2013-07

    Finding 12-06

    Recommendation #1: ODFW management strengthens its methodology for accruing federal revenue by ensuring its methodology reflects the delays in the federal revenue reimbursement process.

    Original Response: The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (department) realizes the need to strengthen its methodology for accurately accruing federal revenue during fiscal year-end close. The department is in the process of updating its billing system which is the mechanism for billing and tracking its federal revenue. The new system will enable the department to streamline the process to recognize its federal revenue and to reduce delays in the reimbursement process. In addition, the department will monitor its accounts receivable aging reports on a regular basis to identify past due accounts that require follow-up and accrual. The department will also update its fiscal year-end process to include a review of federal revenue accruals to determine whether they are reasonable and materially correct. Status: Partial corrective action was taken. The department’s billing system is in the final stages of being updated and will be operational during fiscal year 2014. The department has partially updated and documented its methodology for the fiscal year-end federal revenue accrual process. The department’s accounts receivable aging reports were consistently monitored during fiscal year 2013. During fiscal year-end, the department’s accounts receivables were reclassified from current to long-term based on materiality and the likelihood of being collected within 90 days of June 30, 2013. This methodology will be used during fiscal year 2014.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 953

  • Statewide Single Audit for the Year Ended June 30, 2012 Report No. 2013-07

    Finding 12-07

    Recommendation #1: ODFW management develops a methodology to estimate and accrue expenditures expected to be paid within 90-days of the fiscal year end. Original Response: Although the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (department) has a methodology to accrue its services and supplies expenditures, it recognizes the need to review and update the methodology on a regular basis. The department also recognizes the need to estimate expenditures after year-close and before September 30 and to accrue them in the correct fiscal period. The department will review prior year expenditures to identify the accruals that were omitted in fiscal years 2011 and 2012. This review will help provide a framework to estimate and accrue all material expenditures expected to be paid within 90-days of fiscal year-end. The department will also update its fiscal year-end process to monitor expenditure accruals to determine whether they are reasonable and materially correct. Status: Partial corrective action was taken. The department reviewed prior year expenditures to identify the accruals that were omitted in fiscal years 2011 and 2012. Based on that review, the department has developed a draft methodology to estimate and accrue expenditures expected to be paid within 90-days of the fiscal year end. This methodology will be used during fiscal year 2014.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 954

  • Affirmative Action Report

    IV. July 1, 2012 – June 30, 2014 Accomplishments and Progress Made or Lost Since Previous Biennium This report provides a comparison of the data collected June 30, 2012 and June 30, 2014. The total number of ODFW employees (individuals employed, not FTE) decreased from 1003 to 957 for the time periods being reviewed. Chart 1: Workforce Analysis - Women

    WOMEN Total Employees 6/30/2012 6/30/2014 2014

    EEO Category 2012 2014 Actual Percent Actual Percent Parity

  • Chart 3: Workforce Analysis – People with Disabilities

    PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES Total Employees 6/30/2012 6/30/2014 2014

    EEO Category 2012 2014 Actual Percent Actual Percent Parity

  • Paraprofessionals job groups, increasing women by 3 and people of color in the Non-Supervisory Paraprofessional job group by 1. We also increased the number of women in the Accounting/Finance/Revenue and Program Coordinator/Analyst job groups by 1 and 2 respectively. Additionally, people of color in the Engineering Construction job group increased by one. We increased people with disabilities in the Non-Supervisory Paraprofessional job group by one. Over the past two years, we have continued to make positive progress in appointing diversity candidates. Out of 731 Experimental Biology Aides (Non-Supervisory Paraprofessionals) hired or rehired between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2014, 37.3 percent were women and 21, or 2.9 percent, were people of color. Of the 31 people hired into the Natural Resource Specialist series (Natural Resource Professionals), over half, 58.1 percent were women and 9.7 percent were people of color. These are significant increases over the previous two-year period. Of the 114 people hired into the Fish & Wildlife Technician series (Natural Resource Technicians), 18.4 percent were women. Three of the 10 promotions (30 percent) in the series were also women. Overall, of the 957 new hires or rehires, 43.4 percent were women and 4.7 percent were people of color. These overall percentages reflect an increase over the previous two year period and in the Natural Resource Professionals Category the percentages are well above parity percentages for women and people of color. Additionally, during the past two years we hired three people with disabilities in the Non-Supervisory Paraprofessionals job category.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 957

  • Reaching Parity Chart 4: Reaching Parity - June 30, 2014

    EEO JOB GROUP

    TOTAL

    EMPLOYEES

    TOTAL

    WOMEN PARITY

  • Chart 5: Reaching Parity- June 30, 2012

    EEO JOB GROUP

    TOTAL

    EMPLOYEES

    TOTAL

    WOMEN PARITY

  • Over the past year, we have experienced only slight decreases in reaching overall parity for women, people of color and people with disabilities. We continue to identify and implement methods to more effectively increase and maintain diversity. Similar to other natural resource agencies, we continue to struggle in reaching parity. However, we have made incremental progress in achieving increases in the number of women employed during the period of June 30, 2012 to June 30, 2014. We have exceeded parity for women in the Natural Resource Professionals job group (see Chart 4). Reaching parity in the natural resource job groups is difficult because women and people of color who choose these professions are aggressively sought after by other local, state, and federal agencies, academic institutions and private industry. ODFW, as well as other agencies and institutions, always looks for effective resources to recruit and hire women and people of color. This results in a highly competitive national job market for candidates in the natural resources field. Promotional opportunities were the second highest reason behind retirement that prompted people to leave our agency. The two main reasons provided for why the new position was more attractive were that it was an advancement opportunity and salary. Since wages are beyond our control, we must focus on ensuring there are opportunities for career advancement/enhancement within our organization. ODFW’s Diversity Committee continues to focus on the Fish & Wildlife Technician and Experimental Biology Aide job classifications as areas for attracting diversity candidates. These two job classifications constitute a significant percentage of our positions and are also entry level positions. Increasing diversity in the Fish & Wildlife Technician presents challenges. The committee solicited feedback from Hatchery Managers (the majority of our Fish & Wildlife Technicians are at hatcheries) to identify possible barriers in recruiting and retaining women and people of color as an action item in ODFW’s Diversity Action Plan. The primary challenges are many positions are situated in very remote locations and there often is not a social support network. We will continue to look for ways to mitigate these challenges. Additionally, the committee reviewed career paths within the agency, developed tools to provide better information to hiring managers related to affirmative action and hiring diverse candidates, and began work on materials to provide at career presentations. While not a priority focus area, we are under-represented by women in the Skilled Craft job category. Our recruitment staff attended the Women in Trades Career Fair for the last three years. We are pleased with the contacts made during this event with high school age women, and we believe we are generating awareness of ODFW as a career option for women in trades fields. We recognize that we will not see immediate outcomes from these contacts as the women are not yet in the job market, but are hopeful that we have given them the information for considering us when they do start looking for employment. Parity for people with disabilities is 6 percent for all job categories. ODFW’s representation as of June 30, 2014 was 1.46 percent. This percentage dropped slightly from 1.79 percent for the same period in 2012 which corresponds with reduction of the overall representation of people with disabilities in state government from 2.9 percent to 2.6 percent. Knowing the true percentage of people with disabilities at ODFW continues to present a challenge as reporting relies on self-disclosure. Some ODFW employees known to have a disability are not identified in the Personnel Data System as having one. An additional consideration is a significant number of jobs at ODFW have essential job duties that require physical labor. The agency continues to research methods to encourage people with disabilities to consider ODFW as a potential employer.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 960

  • The Director’s Office and Human Resources Administrator continue to review all hiring requests for positions at Salary Range 23 and above for opportunities to increase the agency’s diversity. Where there are equally qualified applicants and one is a diversity candidate, the diversity candidate has generally been offered the position first. V. July 1, 2015 – June 30, 2017 A. Goals for Affirmative Action Plan ODFW has implemented practices that are moving the agency in a positive direction to increase workforce diversity. ODFW’s current goals focus on working with established plans and adjusting to improve on what is already working to make them more effective. Much of what has been previously identified in our plans is now a way of doing business. We continue to strive to be a leader in diversifying the workforce in the natural resources arena. ODFW’s Diversity Committee is action-oriented and believes much can be achieved through incremental progress and clear vision. While increasing the diversity of our workforce is an important part of this effort, we also want to look beyond affirmative action goals and numbers. We recognize diversity and inclusion considerations should be an integral part of how we make decisions across the agency to better serve our customers. The committee has agreed to focus on three areas: workforce, population served, and integration of diversity and inclusion into existing programs. The Diversity Committee has accomplished several of the action items identified in our original Diversity Action Plan and has identified new strategies to be included in the plan. The Diversity Committee will adapt the plan and develop a longer range plan based on the work under way. B. Strategies and Timelines for Achieving Goals A. Workforce Diversity & Inclusion What actions do we want to take this biennium?

    1. Build a supportive environment to maintain and grow a diverse workforce Review results of Employee Engagement Survey, identify, and prioritize follow up actions based on responses (e.g., some research has

    shown that telecommuting and flex schedules are significant considerations for females) Develop mentoring program and materials for all recruits to support them once they join the ODFW workplace with some targeted

    materials or programs for diversity candidates. 2. Increase diversity of applicant pool for Fish and Wildlife Technicians (hatchery technicians in particular)

    Review announcements to ensure they are less technical, more entry level sounding and to encourage applicants with second language skills

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 961

  • Maintain partnership with Mount Hood Community College Fisheries Technology program 3. Increase the “pipeline” of candidates for ODFW jobs

    Increase focus on reaching high school level audiences Increase our visibility as an employer with existing schools Modified existing and ongoing agreements with higher education institutions requiring them to seek diversity candidates when selecting

    interns for ODFW programs under the agreements. Become more involved with OSU MANRRS (Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences) program which provides

    mentoring and networking opportunities, connects students to available resources, conducts workshops for professional development to help students define and achieve their goals, provides community service opportunities to promote active citizenship, and supports College of Agricultural Sciences in meeting its diversity related goals.

    Explore opportunities to attend career fairs at colleges with higher minority populations, such as University of California, Davis and Colorado State University

    Develop “canned” materials for staff to use whenever they are interfacing with schools (especially geared toward diversity candidates) Review school to work policy

    4. Incorporate diversity needs into requirements for Volunteer Management Software (high school volunteers; reaching more diverse volunteer population)

    5. Build greater emphasis internally on conducting outreach as part of positions B. Population Served What actions do we want to take this biennium?

    1. Monitor ongoing human dimensions efforts regarding outreach and recruitment of diverse audiences 2. Prioritize, develop and distribute Spanish language versions of selected ODFW printed materials 3. Continue consulting with Department of Human Services Hispanic Network and others for guidance on building effective relationships with

    diverse audiences 4. Increase diversity depicted in photos used in publications and on social media sites. 5. Identify Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation Workgroup goals that align with diversity efforts

    C. Integrate Diversity and Inclusion into Existing Programs What actions do we want to take this biennium?

    1. Family Fishing Days – continue to identify ways to increase accessibility for diverse audiences 2. Volunteer Program – campaign to bring in diverse volunteers to programs and to provide input on our diversity efforts 3. Professional Development for Staff – provide access to language learning systems such as Rosetta Stone; provide staff with resources for

    language 4. Identify integration of diversity goals into various agency programs and how progress is tracked

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 962

  • HB 4131 Report:

    ODFW is one of multiple agencies affected by HB 4131 and charged with improving our supervisory to non-supervisory staffing ratio from an initial 1 to 6 (as of April 2012) to an eventual 1 to 11, as legislatively directed. ODFW has met the legislative mandate of increasing its staffing ratio by one increment before October 31st every year through changing positions from supervisory to non-supervisory and receiving exception approval for our various hatchery, wildlife area, and remote field office programs. These exceptions were based on the unique operating environment, supervisory personnel performing as “working” supervisors, and the use of hundreds of temporary and volunteer employees throughout the year. ODFW submitted a span of control package during the fall of 2014 and changed nine positions from supervisory to non-supervisory. Had we not had budget reductions of 69 agency positions, ODFW would have attained a ratio of 1 to 10. Currently, ODFW remains at an excepted ratio of 1 to 9 with 334 excepted positions.

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 963

  • Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife 2015-17 Policy Option Packages (POPs)

    Revised: August 27, 2015

    Package Number

    Title FTE POS NEW

    Supervisory Positions

    Affected Components

    070 Revenue Shortfall - Reductions -61.00 -63 -8 Inland Fisheries, Marine/Columbia River Fisheries, Wildlife Management, State Police Enforcement, Administration

    101 Revenue Shortfall – General Fund Request

    2.66 5 0 Inland Fisheries, Marine/Columbia River Fisheries, Administration

    102 Revenue Shortfall – Fee Adjustment 24.00 24 5 Inland Fisheries, Wildlife Management, State Police Enforcement

    103 SB-830 Columbia River Management & Reform

    12.00 24 0 Marine/Columbia River Fisheries

    104 Klamath Anadromous Fish Reintroduction Plan

    1.00 1 0 Inland Fisheries

    106 Mitchel Act Fish Marking and Hatchery Reform

    6.50 10 0 Inland Fisheries

    107 Marion Forks Hatchery Complex 3.00 3 0 Inland Fisheries 112 Coastal & Lower Col Status and Trend

    Monitoring -5.48 -11 0 Inland Fisheries, Habitat Resources,

    Conservation

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 964

  • Package Number

    Title FTE POS NEW

    Supervisory Positions

    Detailed Package Components

    113 Fish Research, Monitoring, & Evaluation-PCSRF

    13.46 22 3 Inland Fisheries

    114 Fish Research, Monitoring, & Evaluation-Various

    68.10 115 6 Inland Fisheries

    115 Deschutes Basin Fish Monitoring & Recovery

    2.00 3 0 Inland Fisheries

    118 Voluntary Access & Habitat Incentive Program

    1.00 2 0 Wildlife Management

    119 Fish Screening 0.42 1 0 Inland Fisheries 120 Culverts Fish Passage 1.00 1 0 Inland Fisheries 123 Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program 2.33 4 0 Conservation 124 Coordination of Energy Dev &

    Transmission 2.00 2 0 Inland Fisheries, Habitat Resources

    126 Blue Mountain Fish Habitat Improvement

    1.00 1 0 Inland Fisheries

    801 LFO Analyst Adjustment .75 0 0 Marine/Columbia River Fisheries, Wildlife Management

    850 Sage-Grouse Initiative 1.00 2 0 Wildlife Management TOTAL 75.74 146 6

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 965

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorPropagation

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inPropagation

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsPropagation

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationPropagation

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationPropagation

    010-01-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationPropagation

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorNatural Production

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inNatural Production

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsNatural Production

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationNatural Production

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationNatural Production

    010-02-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationNatural Production

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorMarine Resources

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inMarine Resources

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsMarine Resources

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationMarine Resources

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationMarine Resources

    010-03-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationMarine Resources

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorInterjurisdictional

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inInterjurisdictional

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsInterjurisdictional

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationInterjurisdictional

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 966

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationInterjurisdictional

    010-04-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationInterjurisdictional

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Essential Packages050 0 FundshiftsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Inland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages103 3 SB830 Col River Fish Management & ReformInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages104 4 Klamath Anadromous Fish Reintroduction PlanInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages106 6 Mitchell Act Fish Marking & Hatchery ReformInland Fisheries

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 967

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages107 7 Marion Forks Hatchery ComplexInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages108 8 Idaho Power Company Fall Chinook ProductionInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages112 12 Coastal & Lower Col Status & Trend MonitoringInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages113 13 Fish Research, Monitoring & Evaluation-PCSRFInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages114 14 Fish Research, Monitoring & Evaluation -VariousInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages115 15 Deschutes Basin Fish Monitoring & RecoveryInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages116 16 Coastal Multi-Species Plan ImplementationInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages117 17 OHRC Research ProposalInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages119 19 Fish ScreeningInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages120 20 Culvert Fish PassageInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages121 21 North Canal Dam Fish PassageInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages124 24 Coordination of Energy Dev & TransmissionInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages125 25 Portland Harbor Injury AssessmentInland Fisheries

    010-05-00-00000 Policy Packages126 26 Blue Mountain Fish Habitat ImprovementInland Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages050 0 FundshiftsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Essential Packages060 0 Technical AdjustmentsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 968

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Marine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    010-06-00-00000 Policy Packages103 3 SB830 Col River Fish Management & ReformMarine and Columbia River Fisheries

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Essential Packages060 0 Technical AdjustmentsWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsWildlife Management

    Page 4 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 969

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Wildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages105 5 Sage-Grouse InitiativeWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages109 9 PR Funding for Wildlife Research & ManagementWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages110 10 Coquille Valley Wildlife AreaWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages111 11 Coquille Valley Tidegate ReplacementWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages112 12 Coastal & Lower Col Status & Trend MonitoringWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages118 18 Voluntary Access & Habitat Incentive ProgramWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages124 24 Coordination of Energy Dev & TransmissionWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages130 0 SageCon Mitigation CoordinatorWildlife Management

    020-01-00-00000 Policy Packages132 0 Pre and Post-Wildfire ResilienceWildlife Management

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Essential Packages060 0 Technical AdjustmentsHabitat Resources

    Page 5 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 970

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Habitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages112 12 Coastal & Lower Col Status & Trend MonitoringHabitat Resources

    020-02-00-00000 Policy Packages124 24 Coordination of Energy Dev & TransmissionHabitat Resources

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsConservation

    Page 6 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 971

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Conservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages112 12 Coastal & Lower Col Status & Trend MonitoringConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages122 22 Oregon Conservation Strategy ImplementationConservation

    020-03-00-00000 Policy Packages123 23 Willamette Wildlife Mitigation ProgramConservation

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Essential Packages060 0 Technical AdjustmentsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session State Police Enforcement

    Page 7 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 972

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentState Police Enforcement

    030-00-00-00000 Policy Packages103 3 SB830 Col River Fish Management & ReformState Police Enforcement

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Administration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages101 1 Revenue Shortfall - General Fund RequestAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentAdministration

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages129 29 Hunter Ed, Recruitment, Retention - PR FundsAdministration

    Page 8 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 973

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    040-00-00-00000 Policy Packages132 0 Pre and Post-Wildfire ResilienceAdministration

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Debt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeDebt Service

    050-00-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsDebt Service

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsCapital Improvements

    Page 9 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 974

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Capital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages102 2 Revenue Shortfall - Fee AdjustmentCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages109 9 PR Funding for Wildlife Research & ManagementCapital Improvements

    088-00-00-00000 Policy Packages116 16 Coastal Multi-Species Plan ImplementationCapital Improvements

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages010 0 Non-PICS Psnl Svc / Vacancy FactorMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages021 0 Phase-inMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages022 0 Phase-out Pgm & One-time CostsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages031 0 Standard InflationMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages032 0 Above Standard InflationMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Essential Packages033 0 Exceptional InflationMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages070 0 Revenue ShortfallsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages081 0 September 2014 E-BoardMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages090 0 Analyst AdjustmentsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages801 0 LFO Analyst AdjustmentsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages811 0 Updated Base Debt Service AdjustmentMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages840 0 SB 5507 End of Session Major Construction and Acquisition

    Page 10 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 975

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Package GroupPriority Package DescriptionCross Reference Description Package

    Number

    CrossReferenceNumber

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages845 0 SB 501 Program ChangeMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages850 0 Substantive BillsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages127 27 Willamette Falls Fish Ladder RepairsMajor Construction and Acquisition

    089-00-00-00000 Policy Packages128 28 Lower Deschutes River Ranch AcquistionMajor Construction and Acquisition

    Page 11 of 1110/05/15 Summary Cross Reference Listing and PackagesBSU-003A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 976

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Revenue Shortfalls0700

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000September 2014 E-Board081

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Analyst Adjustments090

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Page 1 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 977

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000Analyst Adjustments0900

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000SageCon Mitigation Coordinator130

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Pre and Post-Wildfire Resilience132

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000LFO Analyst Adjustments801

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Updated Base Debt Service Adjustment811

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Page 2 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 978

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000Updated Base Debt Service Adjustment8110

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000SB 5507 End of Session 840

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000SB 501 Program Change845

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Page 3 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 979

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Administration040-00-00-00000SB 501 Program Change8450

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Substantive Bills850

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Debt Service050-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Revenue Shortfall - General Fund Request1011

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Revenue Shortfall - Fee Adjustment1022

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    Page 4 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 980

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Revenue Shortfall - Fee Adjustment1022

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Administration040-00-00-00000

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000SB830 Col River Fish Management & Reform1033

    Marine and Columbia River Fisheries010-06-00-00000

    State Police Enforcement030-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Klamath Anadromous Fish Reintroduction Plan1044

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Sage-Grouse Initiative1055

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Mitchell Act Fish Marking & Hatchery Reform1066

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Marion Forks Hatchery Complex1077

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Idaho Power Company Fall Chinook Productio1088

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000PR Funding for Wildlife Research & Managem1099

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Coquille Valley Wildlife Area11010

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Coquille Valley Tidegate Replacement11111

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Coastal & Lower Col Status & Trend Monitoring11212

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Conservation020-03-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Fish Research, Monitoring & Evaluation-PCSR11313

    Page 5 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 981

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Budget Coordinator: Smith, Cameron - (503)947-6160

    Agency Number: 63500Policy Package List by PriorityBAM Analyst: Connolly, Cathy2015-17 Biennium

    Cross Reference DescriptionSummary Cross Reference NumberPolicy Pkg DescriptionPolicy PkgNumberPriority

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Fish Research, Monitoring & Evaluation -Vario11414

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Deschutes Basin Fish Monitoring & Recovery11515

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Coastal Multi-Species Plan Implementation11616

    Capital Improvements088-00-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000OHRC Research Proposal11717

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000Voluntary Access & Habitat Incentive Program11818

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Fish Screening11919

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Culvert Fish Passage12020

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000North Canal Dam Fish Passage12121

    Conservation020-03-00-00000Oregon Conservation Strategy Implementation12222

    Conservation020-03-00-00000Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program12323

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Coordination of Energy Dev & Transmission12424

    Wildlife Management020-01-00-00000

    Habitat Resources020-02-00-00000

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Portland Harbor Injury Assessment12525

    Inland Fisheries010-05-00-00000Blue Mountain Fish Habitat Improvement12626

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000Willamette Falls Fish Ladder Repairs12727

    Major Construction and Acquisition089-00-00-00000Lower Deschutes River Ranch Acquistion12828

    Administration040-00-00-00000Hunter Ed, Recruitment, Retention - PR Funds12929

    Page 6 of 610/05/15 Policy Package List by PriorityBSU-004A9:01 AM

    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 982

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    BEGINNING BALANCE

    0025 Beginning Balance4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 388,423 - - - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 3,901,361 171,159 171,159 2,743,364 2,743,364 2,743,364

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 41,373,837 33,076,241 33,076,241 20,267,077 20,267,077 20,267,077

    All Funds 45,663,621 33,247,400 33,247,400 23,010,441 23,010,441 23,010,441

    0030 Beginning Balance Adjustment4400 Lottery Funds Ltd - 438,632 438,632 - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement - 1,631,112 1,631,112 - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd - 575,688 575,688 - - -

    All Funds - 2,645,432 2,645,432 - - -

    BEGINNING BALANCE4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 388,423 438,632 438,632 - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 3,901,361 1,802,271 1,802,271 2,743,364 2,743,364 2,743,364

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 41,373,837 33,651,929 33,651,929 20,267,077 20,267,077 20,267,077

    TOTAL BEGINNING BALANCE $45,663,621 $35,892,832 $35,892,832 $23,010,441 $23,010,441 $23,010,441

    REVENUE CATEGORIES

    GENERAL FUND APPROPRIATION

    0050 General Fund Appropriation8000 General Fund 6,287,388 16,659,944 17,206,237 36,425,687 27,176,379 29,578,719

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 142,194 142,694 143,422 149,975 149,975 149,975

    8030 General Fund Debt Svc 350,262 354,775 354,775 352,595 352,595 352,595

    All Funds 6,779,844 17,157,413 17,704,434 36,928,257 27,678,949 30,081,289

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 983

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    LICENSES AND FEES

    0210 Non-business Lic. and Fees3400 Other Funds Ltd 10,311 - - - - -

    0230 Hunter and Angler Licenses3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 4,451,319 4,672,968 4,672,968 4,306,000 4,306,000 4,299,000

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 86,375,873 96,757,745 96,757,745 103,584,000 104,544,870 103,874,000

    All Funds 90,827,192 101,430,713 101,430,713 107,890,000 108,850,870 108,173,000

    0235 Commercial Fish Lic and Fees3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement - - - 430,000 430,000 430,000

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 8,717,481 7,921,936 7,921,936 9,518,000 9,518,000 9,518,000

    All Funds 8,717,481 7,921,936 7,921,936 9,948,000 9,948,000 9,948,000

    0255 Park User Fees3400 Other Funds Ltd 911,850 - - 1,246,000 1,246,000 1,246,000

    LICENSES AND FEES3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 4,451,319 4,672,968 4,672,968 4,736,000 4,736,000 4,729,000

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 96,015,515 104,679,681 104,679,681 114,348,000 115,308,870 114,638,000

    TOTAL LICENSES AND FEES $100,466,834 $109,352,649 $109,352,649 $119,084,000 $120,044,870 $119,367,000

    CHARGES FOR SERVICES

    0410 Charges for Services3020 Other Funds Cap Construction - 1,000,000 1,000,000 - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd - 26,084,188 26,084,188 10,593,499 10,593,499 10,593,499

    All Funds - 27,084,188 27,084,188 10,593,499 10,593,499 10,593,499

    FINES, RENTS AND ROYALTIES

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 984

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    0505 Fines and Forfeitures3400 Other Funds Ltd 594,748 - - - - -

    0510 Rents and Royalties3400 Other Funds Ltd 568,397 431,314 431,314 490,452 490,452 490,452

    FINES, RENTS AND ROYALTIES3400 Other Funds Ltd 1,163,145 431,314 431,314 490,452 490,452 490,452

    TOTAL FINES, RENTS AND ROYALTIES $1,163,145 $431,314 $431,314 $490,452 $490,452 $490,452

    BOND SALES

    0580 Cert of Participation3020 Other Funds Cap Construction 16,000,000 - - - - -

    INTEREST EARNINGS

    0605 Interest Income3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 20,645 23,876 23,876 16,200 16,200 16,200

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 277,852 378,349 378,349 - - -

    All Funds 298,497 402,225 402,225 16,200 16,200 16,200

    SALES INCOME

    0705 Sales Income3400 Other Funds Ltd 916,236 3,288,025 3,288,025 5,007,995 5,007,995 5,007,995

    DONATIONS AND CONTRIBUTIONS

    0905 Donations3400 Other Funds Ltd 46,663 - - - - -

    OTHER

    0975 Other Revenues

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 985

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 581,789 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 33,101,479 80,000 80,000 130,000 130,000 130,000

    All Funds 33,683,268 80,000 80,000 130,000 130,000 130,000

    FEDERAL FUNDS REVENUE

    0995 Federal Funds6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 131,901 500,000 2,217,325 2,983,845 2,983,845 2,983,845

    6020 Federal Funds Cap Construction - - - 2,250,000 2,323,750 2,323,750

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 108,563,256 151,433,605 152,561,100 154,837,819 153,537,819 153,618,993

    All Funds 108,695,157 151,933,605 154,778,425 160,071,664 158,845,414 158,926,588

    TRANSFERS IN

    1010 Transfer In - Intrafund4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 9,267,831 435,346 435,346 - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 690,606 - - 400,234 400,234 400,234

    3020 Other Funds Cap Construction 7,200,000 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 237,629,230 35,306,795 35,306,795 45,628,623 46,656,784 44,928,623

    3430 Other Funds Debt Svc Ltd - 1,837,868 1,837,868 1,834,860 1,834,860 1,834,860

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 2,857,836 - - - 1,351,008 -

    All Funds 257,645,503 37,580,009 37,580,009 47,863,717 50,242,886 47,163,717

    1020 Transfer In - Indirect Cost3400 Other Funds Ltd - 20,000,000 20,000,000 19,950,000 19,950,000 19,950,000

    1040 Transfer In Lottery Proceeds4010 Lottery Funds Cap Improvement - - - 360,000 - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd - - - 1,660,000 - -

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 986

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    All Funds - - - 2,020,000 - -

    1050 Transfer In Other3400 Other Funds Ltd - - - 2,271,000 - -

    1150 Tsfr From Revenue, Dept of 3400 Other Funds Ltd 87,408 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 10,000

    1248 Tsfr From Military Dept, Or3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 2,515 - - - - -

    1250 Tsfr From Marine Bd, Or State3400 Other Funds Ltd 633,944 1,014,646 1,014,646 1,066,589 1,066,589 1,066,589

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 46,540 - - - - -

    All Funds 680,484 1,014,646 1,014,646 1,066,589 1,066,589 1,066,589

    1330 Tsfr From Energy, Dept of3400 Other Funds Ltd 463,100 45,521 45,521 134,142 134,142 134,142

    1690 Tsfr From Water Resources Dept3400 Other Funds Ltd 1,727,020 1,810,081 1,810,081 1,787,635 1,787,635 1,787,635

    1691 Tsfr From Watershed Enhance Bd4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 5,824,398 4,441,297 4,441,297 4,346,457 4,190,244 4,752,746

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 14,641,536 9,226,445 9,226,445 9,311,859 9,607,859 9,607,859

    All Funds 20,465,934 13,667,742 13,667,742 13,658,316 13,798,103 14,360,605

    1730 Tsfr From Transportation, Dept 3400 Other Funds Ltd - - - - 1,975,000 1,975,000

    TRANSFERS IN4010 Lottery Funds Cap Improvement - - - 360,000 - -

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 987

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 15,092,229 4,876,643 4,876,643 6,006,457 4,190,244 4,752,746

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 693,121 - - 400,234 400,234 400,234

    3020 Other Funds Cap Construction 7,200,000 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 255,182,238 67,413,488 67,413,488 80,159,848 81,188,009 79,459,848

    3430 Other Funds Debt Svc Ltd - 1,837,868 1,837,868 1,834,860 1,834,860 1,834,860

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 2,904,376 - - - 1,351,008 -

    TOTAL TRANSFERS IN $281,071,964 $74,127,999 $74,127,999 $88,761,399 $88,964,355 $86,447,688

    REVENUE CATEGORIES8000 General Fund 6,287,388 16,659,944 17,206,237 36,425,687 27,176,379 29,578,719

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 142,194 142,694 143,422 149,975 149,975 149,975

    8030 General Fund Debt Svc 350,262 354,775 354,775 352,595 352,595 352,595

    4010 Lottery Funds Cap Improvement - - - 360,000 - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 15,092,229 4,876,643 4,876,643 6,006,457 4,190,244 4,752,746

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 5,746,874 4,696,844 4,696,844 5,152,434 5,152,434 5,145,434

    3020 Other Funds Cap Construction 23,200,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 386,703,128 202,355,045 202,355,045 210,729,794 212,718,825 210,319,794

    3430 Other Funds Debt Svc Ltd - 1,837,868 1,837,868 1,834,860 1,834,860 1,834,860

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 131,901 500,000 2,217,325 2,983,845 2,983,845 2,983,845

    6020 Federal Funds Cap Construction - - - 2,250,000 2,323,750 2,323,750

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 111,467,632 151,433,605 152,561,100 154,837,819 154,888,827 153,618,993

    TOTAL REVENUE CATEGORIES $549,121,608 $383,857,418 $387,249,259 $421,083,466 $411,771,734 $411,060,711

    TRANSFERS OUT

    2010 Transfer Out - Intrafund

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 988

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd (9,267,831) (435,346) (435,346) - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement (113,477) - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd (245,406,359) (37,144,663) (37,144,663) (47,863,717) (48,891,878) (47,163,717)

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd (2,857,836) - - - (1,351,008) -

    All Funds (257,645,503) (37,580,009) (37,580,009) (47,863,717) (50,242,886) (47,163,717)

    2020 Transfer Out - Indirect Cost6400 Federal Funds Ltd - (20,000,000) (20,000,000) (19,950,000) (19,950,000) (19,950,000)

    2257 Tsfr To Police, Dept of State3400 Other Funds Ltd (533,058) (566,329) (566,329) (611,940) (611,940) (611,940)

    2603 Tsfr To Agriculture, Dept of3400 Other Funds Ltd (401,782) (401,782) (401,782) (413,835) (413,835) (413,835)

    TRANSFERS OUT4400 Lottery Funds Ltd (9,267,831) (435,346) (435,346) - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement (113,477) - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd (246,341,199) (38,112,774) (38,112,774) (48,889,492) (49,917,653) (48,189,492)

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd (2,857,836) (20,000,000) (20,000,000) (19,950,000) (21,301,008) (19,950,000)

    TOTAL TRANSFERS OUT ($258,580,343) ($58,548,120) ($58,548,120) ($68,839,492) ($71,218,661) ($68,139,492)

    AVAILABLE REVENUES8000 General Fund 6,287,388 16,659,944 17,206,237 36,425,687 27,176,379 29,578,719

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 142,194 142,694 143,422 149,975 149,975 149,975

    8030 General Fund Debt Svc 350,262 354,775 354,775 352,595 352,595 352,595

    4010 Lottery Funds Cap Improvement - - - 360,000 - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 6,212,821 4,879,929 4,879,929 6,006,457 4,190,244 4,752,746

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 989

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 9,534,758 6,499,115 6,499,115 7,895,798 7,895,798 7,888,798

    3020 Other Funds Cap Construction 23,200,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 181,735,766 197,894,200 197,894,200 182,107,379 183,068,249 182,397,379

    3430 Other Funds Debt Svc Ltd - 1,837,868 1,837,868 1,834,860 1,834,860 1,834,860

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 131,901 500,000 2,217,325 2,983,845 2,983,845 2,983,845

    6020 Federal Funds Cap Construction - - - 2,250,000 2,323,750 2,323,750

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 108,609,796 131,433,605 132,561,100 134,887,819 133,587,819 133,668,993

    TOTAL AVAILABLE REVENUES $336,204,886 $361,202,130 $364,593,971 $375,254,415 $363,563,514 $365,931,660

    EXPENDITURES

    PERSONAL SERVICES

    SALARIES & WAGES

    3110 Class/Unclass Sal. and Per Diem8000 General Fund 2,299,858 6,814,818 6,993,298 12,147,833 10,710,290 12,248,553

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 2,294 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 3,168,348 2,473,977 2,583,708 3,040,558 2,331,819 2,603,388

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 362,877 189,528 197,120 225,816 225,816 225,816

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 52,823,641 58,546,875 60,563,047 52,969,197 53,629,187 52,979,652

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 21 - - - - -

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 39,634,873 46,918,638 48,745,801 48,338,983 48,516,370 48,366,593

    All Funds 98,291,912 114,943,836 119,082,974 116,722,387 115,413,482 116,424,002

    3160 Temporary Appointments8000 General Fund 34,175 31,548 31,548 32,495 32,495 32,495

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 82,289 - - - - -

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 990

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 245,607 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 994,135 584,965 584,965 602,513 602,513 602,513

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 798,470 198,727 198,727 622,710 622,710 622,710

    All Funds 2,154,676 815,240 815,240 1,257,718 1,257,718 1,257,718

    3170 Overtime Payments8000 General Fund 25,425 31,265 31,265 32,203 32,203 32,203

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 93 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 3,481 54,760 54,760 56,403 56,403 56,403

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 4,803 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 270,799 362,784 362,784 351,336 368,201 351,336

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 647,000 235,667 235,667 242,738 225,873 242,738

    All Funds 951,601 684,476 684,476 682,680 682,680 682,680

    3180 Shift Differential8000 General Fund 6,074 11,653 11,653 248,746 341,513 248,119

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 191 - - 10,285 8,055 9,321

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 3,234 - - - - -

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 39,417 27,689 27,689 381,726 355,964 381,726

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 95,085 41,712 41,712 868,816 868,816 868,816

    All Funds 144,001 81,054 81,054 1,509,573 1,574,348 1,507,982

    3190 All Other Differential8000 General Fund 195,174 229,239 229,239 - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 8,603 6,451 6,451 - - -

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 1,940 - - - - -

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 991

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 523,816 291,554 291,554 - - -

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 974,999 750,898 750,898 - - -

    All Funds 1,704,532 1,278,142 1,278,142 - - -

    SALARIES & WAGES8000 General Fund 2,560,706 7,118,523 7,297,003 12,461,277 11,116,501 12,561,370

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 2,387 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 3,262,912 2,535,188 2,644,919 3,107,246 2,396,277 2,669,112

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 618,461 189,528 197,120 225,816 225,816 225,816

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 54,651,808 59,813,867 61,830,039 54,304,772 54,955,865 54,315,227

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 21 - - - - -

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 42,150,427 48,145,642 49,972,805 50,073,247 50,233,769 50,100,857

    TOTAL SALARIES & WAGES $103,246,722 $117,802,748 $121,941,886 $120,172,358 $118,928,228 $119,872,382

    OTHER PAYROLL EXPENSES

    3210 Empl. Rel. Bd. Assessments8000 General Fund 1,101 3,794 3,794 5,257 4,742 5,244

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 1 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 1,271 908 908 1,163 943 962

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 181 80 80 88 88 88

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 22,365 23,919 23,799 22,640 22,670 22,660

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 20,741 25,034 25,034 24,219 24,349 24,246

    All Funds 45,660 53,735 53,615 53,367 52,792 53,200

    3220 Public Employees' Retire Cont8000 General Fund 376,588 1,039,672 1,065,855 1,962,488 1,750,151 1,978,293

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 992

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 368 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 447,601 371,910 388,008 490,633 378,374 421,454

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 54,284 27,803 28,917 35,656 35,656 35,656

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 7,742,255 8,684,669 8,980,446 8,475,054 8,577,861 8,476,704

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 3 - - - - -

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 5,656,493 7,033,825 7,301,870 7,808,242 7,833,582 7,812,599

    All Funds 14,277,592 17,157,879 17,765,096 18,772,073 18,575,624 18,724,706

    3221 Pension Obligation Bond8000 General Fund 155,369 215,817 429,677 420,649 420,649 420,649

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 151 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 185,475 144,089 153,706 169,632 107,892 169,632

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 23,109 11,707 11,669 13,976 13,976 13,976

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 3,221,519 3,607,069 3,590,816 3,663,853 3,725,593 3,663,853

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 1 - - - - -

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 2,371,265 2,558,588 2,906,978 2,759,304 2,759,304 2,759,304

    All Funds 5,956,889 6,537,270 7,092,846 7,027,414 7,027,414 7,027,414

    3230 Social Security Taxes8000 General Fund 193,752 544,565 558,219 953,280 850,405 960,939

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 179 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 248,088 193,946 202,340 237,708 183,317 204,190

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 46,971 14,499 15,080 17,275 17,275 17,275

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 4,119,346 4,570,866 4,725,101 4,151,290 4,201,105 4,152,092

    6010 Federal Funds Cap Improvement 2 - - - - -

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    Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife

    2015-17 Biennium Legislatively Adopted Budget Page 993

  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 3,188,585 3,683,143 3,822,922 3,830,607 3,842,883 3,832,716

    All Funds 7,796,923 9,007,019 9,323,662 9,190,160 9,094,985 9,167,212

    3240 Unemployment Assessments8000 General Fund - 9,412 9,412 9,694 9,694 9,694

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd - 97 97 100 100 100

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 565,419 398,390 398,390 410,344 410,344 410,344

    All Funds 565,419 407,899 407,899 420,138 420,138 420,138

    3250 Worker's Comp. Assess. (WCD)8000 General Fund 1,358 5,595 5,595 8,202 7,425 8,181

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 1 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 1,565 1,344 1,344 1,821 1,477 1,507

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 502 118 118 138 138 138

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 28,654 35,246 35,069 35,436 35,460 35,468

    6400 Federal Funds Ltd 26,166 36,915 36,915 37,851 38,049 37,895

    All Funds 58,246 79,218 79,041 83,448 82,549 83,189

    3260 Mass Transit Tax8000 General Fund 9,946 48,486 48,486 74,760 68,698 74,180

    8010 General Fund Cap Improvement 9 - - - - -

    4400 Lottery Funds Ltd 9,454 15,034 15,034 18,642 14,094 15,730

    3010 Other Funds Cap Improvement 1,858 1,137 1,137 1,355 1,355 1,355

    3400 Other Funds Ltd 184,498 353,295 351,319 325,777 323,326 325,786

    All Funds 205,765 417,952 415,976 420,534 407,473 417,051

    3270 Flexible Benefits

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  • Fish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of Agency Number: 63500Budget Support - Detail Revenues and Expenditures Cross Reference Number: 63500-000-00-00-000002015-17 BienniumFish & Wildlife, Oregon Dept of

    Description2015-17 Leg

    Adopted Budget2015-17

    Governor'sBudget

    2015-17 AgencyRequest Budget

    2013-15 LegApproved

    Budget

    2013-15 LegAdopted Budget

    2011-13 Actuals

    8000 General Fund 849,353 2,823,322 2,864