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107th Congress                                                   Report
                        HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
 2d Session                                                     107-716

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             DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA APPROPRIATIONS BILL, 2003

                                _______
                                

October 2, 2002.--Committed to the Committee of the Whole House on the 
              State of the Union and ordered to be printed

                                _______
                                

 Mr. Knollenberg, from the Committee on Appropriations, submitted the 
                               following

                              R E P O R T

                        [To accompany H.R. 5521]

    The Committee on Appropriations submits the following 
report in explanation of the accompanying bill making 
appropriations for the District of Columbia for the fiscal year 
ending September 30, 2003, and for other purposes.

                        INDEX TO BILL AND REPORT

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                                                               Page

                                                            Bill Report
Summary of Estimates and Recommendations:
        Federal Funds......................................     2
                                                                      2
        District of Columbia Funds.........................    16
                                                                      3
Total Resources:
        Federal Funds......................................     2
                                                                      8
        District of Columbia Local Collections...................
                                                                      8
Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support...............     2
                                                                      9
Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs..     3
                                                                      9
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Courts.........     4
                                                                      9
Defender Services in the District of Columbia Courts.......     5
                                                                      9
Federal Payment to the Court Services and Offender 
    Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia........     7
                                                                     10
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Department of 
    Transportation.........................................     9
                                                                     10
Federal Payment to the Chief Financial Officer of the 
    District of Columbia...................................     9
                                                                     10
Federal Payment for Waterfront Improvements................    13
                                                                     11
Federal Payment for Asbestos Remediation...................    13
                                                                     12
Federal Payment for Capital Improvements...................    13
                                                                     12
Federal Payment for Special Education......................    14
                                                                     12
Federal Payment to the Credit Enhancement Revolving Fund...    14
                                                                     12
Federal Payment for the Family Literacy Program............    14
                                                                     12
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer 
    Authority..............................................    15
                                                                     13
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia for Capital 
    Development............................................    15
                                                                     13
Federal Grants...................................................
                                                                     14
Balanced Budget Recommended......................................
                                                                     15
Personnel........................................................
                                                                     20
Operating Expenses:
        Division of Expenses...............................    16
                                                            ...........
        Governmental Direction and Support.................    17
                                                                     22
        Economic Development and Regulation................    19
                                                                     38
        Public Safety and Justice..........................    20
                                                                     33
        Public Education System............................    21
                                                                     37
        Human Support Services.............................    27
                                                                     41
        Public Works.......................................    29
                                                                     46
        Reserve............................................    29
                                                                     51
        Emergency and Contingency Reserve Funds............    30
                                                                     51
        Repayment of Loans and Interest....................    30
                                                                     51
        Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt............    30
                                                                     51
        Payment of Interest on Short-Term Borrowing........    31
                                                                     51
        Certificates of Participation......................    31
                                                                     51
        Settlements and Judgments..........................    31
                                                                     51
        Wilson Building....................................    31
                                                                     51
        Workforce Investments..............................    31
                                                                     51
        Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund Payment..............    32
                                                                     52
        Non-Departmental Agency............................    32
                                                                     52
        Pay-As-You-Go Capital..............................    32
                                                                     52
        Emergency Planning and Security Costs..............    32
                                                                     52
Enterprise and Other Funds:
        Water and Sewer Authority..........................    33
                                                                     54
        Washington Aqueduct................................    34
                                                                     54
        Stormwater Permit Compliance Enterprise Fund.......    34
                                                                     54
        Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund.......    34
                                                                     54
        Sports and Entertainment Commission................    35
                                                                     54
        District of Columbia Retirement Board..............    35
                                                                     54
        Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund.......    35
                                                                     55
        National Capital Revitalization Corporation........    36
                                                                     55
Capital Outlay.............................................    36
                                                                     55
General Provisions.........................................    36
                                                                     61
Rescission of Funds........................................    36
                                                                     63
Constitutional Authority.........................................
                                                                     63
Comparison with Budget Resolution................................
                                                                     63
Five-year Projection of Outlays..................................
                                                                     64
Financial Assistance to State and Local Governments..............
                                                                     64
Transfers of Funds...............................................
                                                                     64
Changes in the Application of Existing Law.......................
                                                                     64
Appropriations Not Authorized by Law.............................
                                                                     68
Compliance with Rule XIII, Clause 3(e)...........................
                                                                     69
Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives............
                                                                     69
Program, Project, and Activity...................................
                                                                     69
Comparative Summary of Bill......................................
                                                                     70

                SUMMARY OF ESTIMATES AND RECOMMENDATIONS


                             Federal Funds

    Budget estimates for Federal funds were submitted in the 
Budget of the United States for fiscal year 2003 on February 4, 
2002 (House Doc. No. 107-159) and totaled $378,752,000. 
Included in the request is a Federal payment of $17,000,000 for 
the District of Columbia resident tuition support program, 
$159,045,000 for the District of Columbia Courts (including 
$8,352,000 for the Court of Appeals, $80,140,000 for the 
Superior Court, $38,902,000 for the District of Columbia Court 
System, and $31,651,000 for capital improvements to courthouse 
facilities), $32,000,000 for Defender Services in the District 
of Columbia Courts, $154,707,000 for the Court Services and 
Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia 
(excluding $7,218,000 for accrual of Federal employee 
retirement and health benefit costs), $15,000,000 for Emergency 
Planning and Security Costs, and $1,000,000 for the District of 
Columbia Department of Transportation for transportation 
systems management.
    The Committee recommends a total of $517,000,000 in Federal 
funds for fiscal year 2003, including $17,000,000 for the 
District of Columbia resident tuition support program, 
$160,545,000 for the District of Columbia Courts (including 
$8,352,000 for the Court of Appeals, $80,140,000 for the 
Superior Court, $40,402,000 for the District of Columbia Court 
System, and $31,651,000 for capital improvements for the 
courthouse facilities), $32,000,000 for Defender Services in 
the District of Columbia Court, $154,707,000 for the Court 
Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of 
Columbia, $15,000,000 for Emergency Planning and Security 
Costs, and $1,000,000 for the District of Columbia Department 
of Transportation for transportation systems management. In 
addition the Committee recommends the following: $23,450,000 
for the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia; 
$1,000,000 for Waterfront Improvements; $1,000,000 for Asbestos 
Remediation; $2,000,000 for Capital Improvements for the Fire 
Department; $14,000,000 for Special Education; $16,000,000 for 
the Credit Enhancement Revolving Fund; $5,000,000 for the 
Family Literacy Program; $50,000,000 for the District of 
Columbia Water and Sewer Authority; and $24,298,000 for Capital 
Development in the District of Columbia.

                       District of Columbia Funds

    A total of $7,307,787,000 was requested in the budget from 
the District of Columbia for fiscal year 2003 which was 
received by the Congress on July 15, 2002 and printed as House 
Document No. 107-242.
    The Committee recommends a total of $7,443,535,000 for 
fiscal year 2003 for all funds consisting of $6,434,709,000 in 
operating expenses and $1,008,826,000 in capital outlay funds.

                            TOTAL RESOURCES

    Based on recommendations in the bill, a total of 
$7,443,535,000 and 34,072 full-time equivalent positions will 
be available to the District government during the next fiscal 
year. Included in this figure are appropriations from local 
funds, Federal grants, and private and other funds. The 
financing of the appropriations from District funds is from the 
Federal payment and revenues from various local taxes, fees, 
charges and other collections received by the District 
government.
    A summary of the total resources by appropriation title 
follows:

                                             DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA--TOTAL ESTIMATED RESOURCES AVAILABLE TO THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FISCAL YEAR 2003
                                                                                     [Amounts in thousands]
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                                                                   Local funds      Federal payments and    Private and other     Subtotal FY 2003       Intra-District         FY 2003 Total
                                                             ----------------------        grants        ------------------------------------------------------------------       resources
                                                                                   ----------------------                                                                  ---------------------
                                                                 FTE      Amount       FTE      Amount       FTE      Amount       FTE      Amount       FTE      Amount       FTE      Amount
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Governmental Direction and Support:
    Council of the District of Columbia.....................       163      13,604         0           0         0           0       163      13,604         0           0       163      13,604
    Office of the D.C. Auditor..............................        17       1,596         0           0         0           0        17       1,596         0           0        17       1,596
    Advisory Neighborhood Commissions.......................         2         894         0           0         0           0         2         894         0           0         2         894
    Office of the Mayor.....................................        73       6,995         4         849         0           0        77       7,844         5         506        82       8,350
    Office of the Secretary.................................        25       2,516         0           0         2          93        27       2,609         0           0        27       2,609
    Customer Service Operations.............................        42       2,238         0           0         0           0        42       2,238         0           0        42       2,238
    Office of the City Administrator........................        98      11,584        16      18,142         0           0       114      29,726         6         421       120      30,147
    Office of Personnel.....................................       113      10,650         0           0        11         812       124      11,462        36       1,681       160      13,143
    Human Resources Development Fund........................        10       3,553         0           0         0           0        10       3,553         0           0        10       3,553
    Office of Finance and Resource Management...............        25       1,905         0           0         0           0        25       1,905         8         380        33       2,285
    Office of Contracting and Procurement...................       166      13,503         0           0         0           0       166      13,503         3         245       169      13,748
    Office of the Chief Technology Officer..................        90      15,069         0           0         0          14        90      15,083        22       2,539       112      17,622
    Office of Property Management...........................        57      10,929         0           0         5       1,694        62      12,623       186      36,496       248      49,119
    Contract Appeals Board..................................         6         746         0           0         0           0         6         746         0           0         6         746
    Board of Elections and Ethics...........................        50       3,585         0           0         0           0        50       3,585         0           0        50       3,585
    Office of Campaign Finance..............................        15       1,360         0           0         0           0        15       1,360         0           0        15       1,360
    Public Employee Relations Board.........................         4         649         0           0         0           0         4         649         0           0         4         649
    Office of Employee Appeals..............................        16       1,625         0           0         0           0        16       1,625         0           0        16       1,625
    Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments..........         0         397         0           0         0           0         0         397         0           0         0         397
    Office of the Corporation Counsel.......................       394      31,189       121      15,366        16       5,842       531      52,397        27       2,065       558      54,462
    Office of Inspector General.............................        92      10,824        16       1,265         0           0       108      12,089         0           0       108      12,089
    Office of the Chief Financial Officer...................       919      79,823         3      24,382        46       9,893       968     114,098        73       5,078     1,041     119,176
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Governmental Direction and Support.............     2,377     225,234       160      60,004        80      18,348     2,617     303,586       366      49,411     2,983     352,997
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Economic Development and Regulation:
    Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic            16       5,149         0           0         7      25,916        23      31,065         0           0        23      31,065
     Development............................................
    Office of Planning......................................        66       7,410         3         556         0           0        69       7,966         0           0        69       7,966
    Office of Local Business Development....................        10       1,093         0           0         0           0        10       1,093         0           0        10       1,093
    Office of Motion Pictures and Television................         5         574         0           0         0           0         5         574         0           0         5         574
    Office of Zoning........................................        17       2,527         0           0         0           0        17       2,527         0           0        17       2,527
    Department of Housing and Community Development.........        12       7,002       125      42,168         0      15,862       137      65,032         0           0       137      65,032
    Department of Employment Services.......................        42      12,913       365      54,947       157      21,915       564      89,775        39       7,809       603      97,584
    Board of Appeals and Review.............................         3         277         0           0         0           0         3         277         0           0         3         277
    Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals..........         3         347         0           0         0           0         3         347         0           0         3         347
    Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs...........       364      27,061         0           0        33       3,456       397      30,517         0         500       397      31,017
    Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration............         0           0         0           0        36       3,016        36       3,016         0           0        36       3,016
    Office of Banking and Financial Institutions............         0         200         0           0        27       2,437        27       2,637         0           0        27       2,637
    Public Service Commission...............................         0           0         2         125        68       6,671        70       6,796         0           0        70       6,796
    Office of People's Counsel..............................         0           0         0           0        33       3,978        33       3,978         0           0        33       3,978
    Department of Insurance and Securities Regulation.......         0           0         0           0       103       9,766       103       9,766         0           0       103       9,766
    Office of Cable Television & Telecommunications.........         0           0         0           0        20       3,173        20       3,173        12         528        32       3,701
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Economic Development and Regulation..............       538      64,553       495      97,796       484      96,190     1,517     258,539        51       8,837     1,568     267,376
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Public Safety and Justice:
    Metropolitan Police Department..........................     4,367     301,964       202       9,605        25       7,453     4,594     319,022         8       3,973     4,602     322,995
    Fire and Emergency Medical Services.....................     2,006     129,742         0           0         0           9     2,006     129,751         0           0     2,006     129,751
    Police and Fire Retirement System.......................         0      68,900         0           0         0           0         0      68,900         0           0         0      68,900
    Department of Corrections...............................       842     104,388         0           0         0         950       842     105,338         4         576       846     105,914
    National Guard..........................................        30       2,390        13         506         0           0        43       2,896         0           0        43       2,896
    Emergency Management Agency.............................        26       3,100        13       1,218         0           0        39       4,318         0           0        39       4,318
    Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure..........         2         190         0           0         0           0         2         190         0           0         2         190
    Judicial Nomination Commission..........................         1         110         0           0         0           0         1         110         0           0         1         110
    Office of Citizen Complaint Review......................        19       1,481         0           0         0           0        19       1,481         0           0        19       1,481
    Advisory Commission on Sentencing.......................         6         633         0           0         0           0         6         633         0           0         6         633
    Office of the Chief Medical Examiner....................        74       6,432         0           0         2         112        76       6,544         0           0        76       6,544
    Office of Administrative Hearings.......................         2         300         0           0         0           0         2         300         0           0         2         300
    Corrections Information Council.........................         2         240         0           0         0           0         2         240         0           0         2         240
    Criminal Justice Coordinating Council...................         2         169         0           0         0           0         2         169         0           0         2         169
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Public Safety and Justice........................     7,379     620,039       228      11,329        27       8,524     7,634     639,892        12       4,549     7,646     644,441
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Public Education System:
    D.C. Public Schools.....................................     9,821     770,715       506     161,800       119      11,642    10,446     944,157       365      35,265    10,811     979,422
    State Education Office..................................        33      22,594        10      26,917         0         176        43      49,687         2         484        45      50,171
    D.C. Public Charter Schools.............................         0     132,865         0      16,000         0           0         0     148,865         0           0         0     148,865
    University of the District of Columbia..................       541      52,272       171      12,668       260      19,050       972      83,990       156       9,306     1,128      93,296
    D.C. Public Library.....................................       421      27,003         9         610         0         537       430      28,150         5         280       435      28,430
    Commission on the Arts and Humanities...................         2       1,757         7         475         0         120         9       2,352         0          38         9       2,390
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Public Education System........................    10,818   1,007,206       703     218,470       379      31,525    11,900   1,257,201       528      45,373    12,428   1,302,574
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Human Support Services:
    Department of Human Services............................       969     213,849     1,082     231,567         0       1,786     2,051     447,202        35       6,608     2,086     453,810
    Child and Family Services Agency........................       610     126,752       310      86,804         0         650       920     214,206         0       9,778       920     223,984
    Department of Mental Health.............................     1,501     151,234       638      67,100        22      19,329     2,161     237,663         0           0     2,161     237,663
    Department of Health....................................       472     457,419       822     982,542       102      28,174     1,396   1,468,135         5       6,774     1,401   1,474,909
    Department of Parks and Recreation......................       658      33,257         0           0        83       2,356       741      35,613       168       7,157       909      42,770
    Office on Aging.........................................        14      14,747         9       5,760         0           0        23      20,507         3         280        26      20,787
    Unemployment Compensation Fund..........................         0       6,199         0           0         0           0         0       6,199         0           0         0       6,199
    Disability Compensation Fund............................         0      27,959         0           0         0           0         0      27,959         0           0         0      27,959
    Office of Human Rights..................................        35       2,073         0         106         0           0        35       2,179         0           0        35       2,179
    Office on Latino Affairs................................        12       3,256         0           0         0           0        12       3,256         0         813        12       4,069
    D.C. Energy Office......................................         3         432        21       4,801         9         692        33       5,925         1          92        34       6,017
    Children and Youth Investment Fund......................         0       5,000         0           0         0           0         0       5,000         0           0         0       5,000
    Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs............         3         213         0           0         0           0         3         213         0           0         3         213
    Office of Veterans Affairs..............................         3         240         0           0         0           0         3         240         0           0         3         240
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Human Support Services.........................     4,280   1,042,630     2,882   1,378,680       216      52,987     7,378   2,474,297       212      31,502     7,590   2,505,799
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Public Works:
    Department of Public Works..............................     1,059      89,287         0           0        40       2,242     1,099      91,529       139      16,248     1,238     107,777
    Department of Transportation............................       123      29,157         0       4,669         7         660       130      34,486         3         201       133      34,687
    Department of Motor Vehicles............................       256      32,852         0           0        97       6,706       353      39,558         0           0       353      39,558
    D.C. Taxicab Commission.................................        16         817         0           0         3         717        19       1,534         0           0        19       1,534
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission.........         0          90         0           0         0           0         0          90         0           0         0          90
    Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro)..         0     154,531         0           0         0           0         0     154,531         0           0         0     154,531
    School Transit Subsidy..................................         0       3,100         0           0         0           0         0       3,100         0           0         0       3,100
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Public Works...................................     1,454     309,834         0       4,669       147      10,325     1,601     324,828       142      16,449     1,743     341,277
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Financing and Other:
    Reserve.................................................         0      70,000         0           0         0           0         0      70,000         0           0         0      70,000
    Repayment of Loans and Interest.........................         0     267,451         0           0         0           0         0     267,451         0           0         0     267,451
    Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt.................         0      39,300         0           0         0           0         0      39,300         0           0         0      39,300
    Payment of Interest on Short-Term Borrowing.............         0       1,000         0           0         0           0         0       1,000         0           0         0       1,000
    Certificates of Participation...........................         0       7,950         0           0         0           0         0       7,950         0           0         0       7,950
    Settlements and Judgments...............................         0      22,822         0           0         0           0         0      22,822         0           0         0      22,822
    Wilson Building.........................................         0       4,194         0           0         0           0         0       4,194         0           0         0       4,194
    Workforce Investments...................................         0      54,186         0           0         0           0         0      54,186         0           0         0      54,186
    Tobacco Trust Fund......................................         0      10,000         0           0         0           0         0      10,000         0           0         0      10,000
    Non-Departmental Agency.................................         0       5,799         0           0         0           0         0       5,799         0           0         0       5,799
    Pay-As-You-Go Capital...................................         0      16,750         0           0         0           0         0      16,750         0           0         0      16,750
    Emergency Planning and Security Costs...................         0      15,000         0           0         0           0         0      15,000         0           0         0      15,000
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Financing and Other............................         0     514,452         0           0         0           0         0     514,452         0           0         0     514,452
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, General Fund--Operating Expenses...............    26,846   3,783,948     4,468   1,770,948     1,333     217,899    32,647   5,772,795     1,311     156,121    33,958   5,928,916
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Enterprise Funds:
    Water and Sewer Authority...............................         0           0         0           0         0     253,743         0     253,743         0           0         0     253,743
    Washington Aqueduct.....................................         0           0         0           0         0      57,847         0      57,847         0           0         0      57,847
    Stormwater Permit Compliance............................         0           0         0           0         0       3,100         0       3,100         0           0         0       3,100
    Lottery and Charitable Games Board......................         0           0         0           0       100     232,881       100     232,881         0           0       100     232,881
    Sports and Entertainment Commission.....................         0           0         0           0         0      15,510         0      15,510         0           0         0      15,510
    Retirement Board........................................         0           0         0           0        14      13,388        14      13,388         0           0        14      13,388
    Washington Convention Center............................         0           0         0           0         0      78,700         0      78,700         0           0         0      78,700
    National Capital Revitalization Corporation.............         0           0         0           0         0       6,745         0       6,745         0           0         0       6,745
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Enterprise and Other Funds.....................         0           0         0           0       114     661,914       114     661,914         0           0       114     661,914
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
      Total Operating Expenses..............................    26,846   3,783,948     4,468   1,770,948     1,447     879,813    32,761   6,434,709     1,311     156,121    34,072   6,590,830
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
Capital Outlay:
    General Fund............................................         0     332,238         0     334,130         0           0         0     666,368         0           0         0     666,368
    Water and Sewer.........................................         0           0         0      50,000         0     292,458         0     342,458         0           0         0     342,458
                                                             -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Capital Outlay.................................         0     332,238         0     384,130         0     292,458         0   1,008,826         0           0         0   1,008,826
                                                             ===================================================================================================================================
      Grand Total...........................................    26,846   4,116,186     4,468   2,155,078     1,447   1,172,271    32,761   7,443,535     1,311     156,121    34,072   7,599,656
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                             Federal Funds

    A total of $517,000,000 in Federal funds will be available 
to the District of Columbia government during fiscal year 2003. 
In addition the District estimates it will receive 
$2,019,330,000 from the various Federal grant programs.
    The following table summarizes the various Federal funds 
estimated to be available to the District government during 
fiscal year 2003:

Federal Funds

Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support............     $17,000,000
Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security 
    Costs...............................................      15,000,000
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Courts......     160,545,000
Defender Services in the District of Columbia Courts....      32,000,000
Federal Payment to the Court Services and Offender 
    Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia.....     154,707,000
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Department 
    of Transportation...................................       1,000,000
Federal Payment to the Chief Financial Officer of the 
    District of Columbia................................      23,450,000
Federal Payment for Waterfront Improvements.............       1,000,000
Federal Payment for Asbestos Remediation................       1,000,000
Federal Payment for Capital Improvements................       2,000,000
Federal Payment for Special Education...................      14,000,000
Federal Payment to the Credit Enhancement Revolving Fund      16,000,000
Federal Payment for the Family Literacy Program.........       5,000,000
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Water and 
    Sewer Authority.....................................      50,000,000
Federal Payment to the District of Columbia for Capital 
    Development.........................................      24,298,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Federal funds in bill......................     517,000,000
Federal grants..........................................   2,019,330,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Federal funds..............................   2,536,330,000

                 District of Columbia Local Collections

    The District estimates it will collect a total of 
$3,621,072,000 in local revenues in fiscal year 2003 from 
various taxes, fees, and charges. These collections are 
expected to be $130,342,000 more than the fiscal year 2002 
revised estimated collections.
    A summary of these revenues comparing fiscal year 2002 
revised and 2003 estimated by source follows:

                                     DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA LOCAL COLLECTIONS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                           Fiscal Year--
                                                                 --------------------------------    Increase/
                                                                     2002 rev.         2003         (Decrease)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Revenues:
    Local sources:
        Property taxes..........................................         781,392         848,448          67,056
        Sales taxes.............................................         663,904         692,605          28,701
        Income taxes............................................       1,309,801       1,339,534          29,733
        Gross receipts..........................................         247,337         253,077           5,740
        Other taxes.............................................         189,285         185,178         (4,107)
        Licenses and permits....................................          47,907          49,591           1,684
        Fines and forfeitures...................................          78,835          78,805            (30)
        Charges/services........................................          37,919          35,816         (2,103)
        Miscellaneous...........................................          64,350          65,118             768
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
          Subtotal, local revenues..............................       3,420,730       3,548,172         127,442
Other financing sources:
    Lottery transfer............................................          70,000          72,900           2,900
        Total, general fund revenues............................       3,490,730       3,621,072         130,342
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              Federal Payment for Resident Tuition Support

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $17,000,000 
for the resident tuition support program, the same as the 
fiscal year 2002 appropriation and the President's request. 
These funds are to be used on behalf of eligible District of 
Columbia residents to pay an amount based upon the difference 
between in-state and out-of-State tuition at public 
institutions of higher education.

       Federal Payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $15,000,000 
for emergency planning and security costs, $1,058,000 below the 
fiscal year 2002 appropriation and the same as the President's 
request. These funds are for emergency planning and security 
costs related to the presence of the Federal government in the 
District of Columbia and surrounding jurisdictions.

           Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Courts

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $160,545,000 
for operation of District of Columbia Courts, including Family 
Court, $24,349,000 above the fiscal year 2002 appropriation and 
$1,500,000 above the President's request. This amount includes 
$8,352,000 for the Court of Appeals, $80,140,000 for the 
Superior Court, $40,402,000 for District of Columbia Court 
System, and $31,651,000 for capital improvements to the 
courthouse facilities. The Committee has provided an additional 
$1,500,000 to continue implementation of the Integrated Justice 
Information System. This system will integrate 18 computer 
systems necessary to track offender information and adjudicate 
cases in a timely manner. The Committee is encouraged by the 
progress the Courts have made in this area. The Committee is 
also encouraged that the General Accounting Office's evaluation 
of the Courts plan determined that, once implemented, the 
system would be effective in increasing the quality and 
efficiency of court operations.

          Defender Services in the District of Columbia Courts

    The Committee recommends $32,000,000 for the Defender 
Services in the District of Columbia, $2,285,000 below the 
fiscal year 2002 appropriation and the same as the President's 
request. These funds provide payment for counsel appointed in 
proceedings in the Family Division of the Superior Court and 
under the District of Columbia Guardianship, Protective 
Proceedings, and Durable Power of Attorney Act of 1986.

 Federal Payment to the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency 
                      for the District of Columbia

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $154,707,000 
for the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the 
District of Columbia, $7,502,000 above the fiscal year 2002 
appropriation and the same as the President's request adjusted 
for accrual of Federal employees retirement and health benefit 
costs. The Committee does not recommend $7,218,000 for these 
costs. This amount includes $95,682,000 for Community 
Supervision and Sex Offender Registration, $23,070,000 for the 
Public Defender Service, and $35,955,000 for the Pretrial 
Services Agency.

       Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Department of 
                             Transportation

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $1,000,000 
for the District of Columbia Department of Transportation, 
$1,000,000 above the appropriation for fiscal year 2002 and the 
same as the President's request. These funds are provided to 
implement transportation systems management strategies and 
initiatives to improve traffic flow in the District of Columbia 
such as signal optimization, intersection improvements, and 
signage. The Committee requests that the District provide a 
report detailing how these funds will be used no later than 
November 15, 2002.

   Federal Payment to the Chief Financial Officer of the District of 
                                Columbia

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $23,450,000 
for the Chief Financial Officer of the District of Columbia. 
These funds are to be allocated as follows: $100,000 for 
Project Reality to implement the Game Plan abstinence education 
program in the District of Columbia public schools; $100,000 to 
Friends of Fort Dupont to restore and upgrade unused Fort 
Dupont baseball fields; $100,000 to the Association for the 
Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery for repairs and 
renovations, including the cemetery's fence and the Public 
Vault; $250,000 for Values First, Inc. to continue to implement 
a values infusion program in the District of Columbia public 
schools; $250,000 to continue the Voyager Expanded Learning 
literacy program in kindergarten and first grade classrooms in 
the District of Columbia Public Schools; $250,000 to the Best 
Friends Foundation to provide a youth development program to 
District of Columbia youth; $250,000 to the National Music 
Center and Museum Foundation for a program to use the 
performing and visual arts as teaching and learning tools in 
the District of Columbia Public Education System; $250,000 to 
the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. for renovations at 
633 Pennsylvania Avenue; $300,000 to the International Youth 
Service and Development Corps for the Washington, D.C. 
Mentoring Friends Program and the People's House Hotline; 
$300,000 to the Public Access Corporation of the District of 
Columbia for the Future Producers Program; $300,000 to the 
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for the District of 
Columbia; $350,000 to the National Center for Manufacturing 
Sciences for a partnership with the Excel Institute to develop 
a job training program for District residents; $400,000 to the 
Excel Institute Adult Education Program for construction; 
$500,000 to the Historical Society of Washington for capital 
improvements to the City Museum; $500,000 to the United Negro 
College Fund Special Programs for a study on how the District 
of Columbia Public School System could improve the educational 
performance and achievement of its students; $500,000 to the 
American Cities Foundation to collect national data and 
disseminate information to District entities on innovative 
approaches to the delivery of K-12 education; $500,000 to the 
Innovative Emergency Management, Inc. to assist the Emergency 
Management Office in developing an evacuation plan for the 
District of Columbia; $500,000 to the University of New Orleans 
Center for Hazards Assessment and the George Washington 
University Institute for Crisis, Disaster and Risk Management 
to assist the District in city security and emergency 
preparedness; $500,000 to the Capitol City Career Development 
and Training Partnership to provide job training and career 
development services to District residents; $500,000 to the 
Washington Center on Best Practices for assistance to and 
promotion of early college awareness programs; $500,000 to the 
Caribbean American Mission for Education Research and Action to 
support the Mission's efforts to build linkages between 
Caribbean educational entities and District of Columbia and 
other regional higher education institutions for the purposes 
of sharing of U.S. expertise in educational methodologies; 
$1,000,000 to Real World Schools to further develop and 
implement advanced technology curriculum models and learning 
reforms for secondary education in the District of Columbia 
Public Schools; $1,000,000 to the Whitman-Walker Clinic for 
infrastructure improvements; $1,000,000 to the Metropolitan 
Washington Council of Governments to support the Regional 
Incident Communication and Coordination System; $1,000,000 to 
the Council of Court Excellence to continue ongoing independent 
oversight, which will include an annual report to Congress on 
implementation of the District of Columbia Family Court Act of 
2000 and the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997; $1,250,000 
to the Excel Institute for operations in equal quarterly 
installments within 15 days of the beginning of each quarter; 
$2,000,000 to the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences 
for civil infrastructures vulnerability assessment and 
implementation of resulting protection profiles; $2,000,000 to 
the Canal Park Development Association for development of a 
park on 2nd Street between I Street and M Street in Southeast 
Washington; $2,000,000 to St. Coletta of Greater Washington, 
Inc. for construction of a facility to provide services for 
mentally retarded and multiple-handicapped adolescents and 
adults in the District of Columbia; and $5,000,000 to 
Children's National Medical Center in the District of Columbia 
for capital and equipment improvements.
    The Committee is aware that the Capital Children's Museum 
is in need of a new facility and urges the Museum to conduct a 
feasibility study of a proposed southwest waterfront site for a 
relocated museum in Washington, D.C.

              Federal Payment for Waterfront Improvements

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $1,000,000 to 
the District of Columbia Department of Housing and Community 
Development to continue improvements on the historic Potomac 
Southwest Waterfront.

                Federal Payment for Asbestos Remediation

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $1,000,000 to 
the General Services Administration to reimburse Fairfax 
County, Virginia for the remediation of asbestos on the former 
site of the Lorton Correctional Complex.

                Federal Payment for Capital Improvements

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $2,000,000 to 
the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency Medical Services 
Department to repair, renovate, and rehabilitate fire stations 
in need of capital improvements.

                 Federal Payment for Special Education

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $14,000,000 
for special education activities in the District of Columbia 
Public Schools (DCPS). Included in this amount is $5,000,000 
for special education transportation services to facilitate the 
initial lease or purchase of a single centralized bus lot with 
fueling and repair capabilities. The District spends 
approximately $10,000 per student to provide bus transportation 
for special education students. This funding is provided to 
help reduce costs associated with the management of multiple 
lots throughout the region, the price paid for fuel and 
repairs, the added hours required of drivers, and the 
unnecessary miles logged on buses.
    Also included in this amount is $9,000,000 for special 
education satellite facilities to facilitate the creation of 
three quality and cost-effective non-public satellite 
facilities for special education students. Currently, DCPS 
educates almost 2,000 special education students in non-public 
special education facilities, many of which are located a 
considerable distance from the District. Unless these students 
are brought back into the District, this will continue to place 
a significant cost burden on the public education system. This 
funding is provided to create campuses within the District 
using DCPS facilities to begin to address the long-term goal of 
returning all special education students to the District and to 
public schools.
    The Committee requests DCPS to submit a report no later 
than February 15, 2003 detailing what steps are being taken to 
further reduce the high costs associated with providing for the 
needs of special education students.

        Federal Payment to the Credit Enhancement Revolving Fund

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $16,000,000 
for the credit enhancement revolving fund. These funds are to 
facilitate the purchase, construction, and/or renovation of 
facilities for public charter schools in the District of 
Columbia.

            Federal Payment for the Family Literacy Program

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $5,000,000 
for the Family Literacy Program to be administered through the 
Child and Family Services Agency. The city has approximately 
130,000 illiterate adults. These funds are provided to develop 
family literacy programs designed to address the needs of these 
adults together with endowing their children with an 
appreciation for literacy and strengthen familial ties. 
Programs would be based in the nine transforming/reconstituted 
public schools throughout the city because almost two-thirds of 
the city's illiterate adults live in neighborhoods immediately 
surrounding these nine targeted schools. The Committee requests 
that the District be prepared to testify at the fiscal year 
2004 budget hearings on the progress of this program.

 Federal Payment to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $50,000,000 
to the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (WASA) to 
begin implementation of the Combined Sewer Overflow Long-Term 
Plan. The District's combined sewer system was designed and 
constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in the late 
1800's. These funds, which are to be matched 100 percent by 
WASA, would be used for design and construction of structural 
modifications to the District's wastewater pumping and 
conveyance systems as well as design and construction of 
structural improvements to WASA facilities. This would result 
in a dramatic reduction in the volume and frequency of 
discharges to the Anacostia River and improve the aesthetic and 
water quality of the river.
    The Committee notes that the Combined Sewer Overflow Long-
Term Plan will affect waterways that are bordered by Federal 
facilities, including properties owned by the National Park 
Service. The Committee expects that all documents submitted by 
WASA to local and to Federal agencies in compliance with permit 
and similar regulatory requirements will receive appropriate 
and prompt review to help avoid unnecesasry delay in 
implementing projects associated with the Plan

  Federal Payment to the District of Columbia for Capital Development

    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $24,298,000 
to the District of Columbia for Capital Development. This 
amount includes $150,000 for the continuation of renovation and 
restoration work of the historic Eastern Market near the 
Capitol Hill neighborhood. These funds would contribute to the 
economic development of the Pennsylvania Avenue, SE corridor. 
Also included in this amount is $19,148,000 for the Unified 
Communications Center. This Center will consolidate the command 
and control functions for all District first responders, 
including police, fire, and emergency medical services as well 
as the 311 non-emergency services system and the Mayor's 727-
1000 citizen assistance service. The Center will also provide 
centralized regional coordination and communications during 
major emergencies involving the Federal Emergency Management 
Agency, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Capitol 
Police, the Secret Service, and the Park Police. The Committee 
requests the District to submit a progress report no later than 
February 15, 2003. This report should include the feasibility 
and cost to establish an integrated test facility prior to the 
Center becoming operational. The remaining $5,000,000 is for a 
forensic laboratory that will meet all applicable national 
standards of a full service crime laboratory, medical examiner/
morgue facility, and public health laboratory. This laboratory 
will reduce the city's reliance on Federal entities for testing 
and analysis work when investigating crimes, which not only 
diverts space and resources from Federal investigations, but 
also increases risk of contamination/degradation of evidence 
and causes delays in solving crimes. The Committee does not 
intend to fully fund this new state-of-the-art laboratory and 
expects that the District will contribute additional local 
funds so that this project will be on pace for completion by 
fiscal year 2005.

                             Federal Grants

    The District of Columbia participates as a State, county 
and city in the various Federal grant programs. At the time the 
fiscal year 2003 budget was submitted the District estimated 
that it would receive a total of $2,019,330,000 in Federal 
grants during the coming fiscal year.
    The following table shows the amount of Federal grants the 
District expects to receive and the office or agency that 
expects to receive them:

Summary of Federal grant assistance to the District of Columbia

        Agency                                          FY 2003 estimate
Governmental Direction and Support:
    Office of the Mayor.................................        $849,000
    Office of the City Administrator....................      18,142,000
    Office of the Corporation Counsel...................      15,366,000
    Office of the Inspector General.....................       1,265,000
    Office of the Chief Financial Officer...............         932,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Governmental Direction and Support.........      36,554,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Economic Development and Regulation:
    Office of Planning..................................         556,000
    Department of Housing and Community Development.....      42,168,000
    Department of Employment Services...................      54,947,000
    Public Service Commission...........................         125,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Economic Development and Regulation........      97,796,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Public Safety and Justice:
    Metropolitan Police Department......................       9,605,000
    National Guard......................................         506,000
    Emergency Management Agency.........................       1,218,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Public Safety and Justice..................      11,329,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Public Education System:
    Public Schools......................................     147,800,000
    State Education Office..............................      26,917,000
    University of the District of Columbia..............      12,668,000
    Public Library......................................         610,000
    Commission on the Arts and Humanities...............         475,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Public Education System....................     188,470,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Human Support Services:
    Department of Human Services........................     231,567,000
    Department of Mental Health.........................      67,100,000
    Child and Family Service Agency.....................      81,804,000
    Department of Health................................     982,542,000
    Office on Aging.....................................       5,760,000
    Office of Human Rights..............................         106,000
    D.C. Energy Office..................................       4,801,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Human Support Services.....................   1,373,680,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
Public Works:
    Department of Transportation........................       4,669,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
      Total, Federal grants, operating expenses.........   1,712,498,000
                    ========================================================
                    ____________________________________________________
    Capital Outlay, grants..............................     306,832,000
                    --------------------------------------------------------
                    ____________________________________________________
      Grand total, Federal grants.......................   2,019,330,000

                      Balanced Budget Recommended

    The Committee is recommending a balanced budget. The 
District's fiscal year 2003 budget request, submitted to 
Congress on July 15, 2002, was based on May 6, 2002 revenue 
estimates and was a balanced budget. Due to a slowdown in the 
economy, the District, like many other State and local 
jurisdictions, is faced with unanticipated spending pressures. 
The Chief Financial Officer has certified new revenue estimates 
that are $322,700,000 lower than the May estimates. In the 
interest of getting the appropriations process started, the 
Committee has included a provision in the bill that provides 
for a balanced budget. The Committee is fully aware that the 
Mayor and the Council of the District of Columbia are working 
diligently to develop a plan to close this budget gap and will 
submit a revised budget allocation and financial plan to 
Congress on October 1, 2002. The Committee commends the Mayor 
and the Council for their quick and responsive action and will 
make the necessary adjustment to the appropriations bill as the 
bill moves through the legislative process. It is estimated 
that sufficient resources will be available from current 
revenue authority to finance operating expenses. A financial 
plan for each of the seven categories for operating expenses--
(1) General Fund, (2) University of the District of Columbia, 
(3) Water and Sewer Authority, (4) Lottery and Charitable Games 
Fund, (5) Cable Television and Telecommunications, (6) Sports 
and Entertainment Commission, and (7) Washington Convention 
Center follows:

                                        FISCAL YEAR 2003 FINANCIAL PLANS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                    Grants and
                                                                    Local funds    other revenue    Gross funds
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             REVENUE

Local sources, current authority:
    Property taxes..............................................         848,448               0         848,448
    Sales taxes.................................................         692,605               0         692,605
    Income taxes................................................       1,339,534               0       1,339,534
    Gross receipts..............................................         253,077               0         253,077
    Other taxes.................................................         185,178               0         185,178
    Licenses, permits...........................................          49,591               0          49,591
    Fines, forfeitures..........................................          78,805               0          78,805
    Service charges.............................................          35,816               0          35,816
    Miscellaneous...............................................          65,118         217,899         283,017
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, local revenues..................................       3,548,172         217,899       3,766,071
                                                                 ===============================================
Federal sources:
    Federal payment.............................................          33,000          58,450          91,450
    Grants......................................................               0       1,712,498       1,712,498
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Federal sources.................................          33,000       1,770,948       1,803,948
                                                                 ===============================================
Other financing sources:
    Revenue initiatives.........................................         130,159               0         130,159
    Lottery transfer............................................          72,900               0          72,900
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, other financing sources.........................         203,059               0         203,059
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total, general fund revenues..............................       3,784,231       1,988,847       5,773,078
                                                                 ===============================================
                          EXPENDITURES

Current operating:
    Governmental Direction and Support..........................         225,234          78,352         303,586
    Economic Development and Regulation.........................          64,553         193,986         258,539
    Public Safety and Justice...................................         620,039          19,853         639,892
    Public Education System.....................................       1,007,206         249,995       1,257,201
    Human Support Services......................................       1,042,630       1,431,667       2,474,297
    Public Works................................................         309,834          14,994         324,828
    Financing and other.........................................         444,452               0         444,452
    Reserve.....................................................          70,000               0          70,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, general fund expenditures..........................       3,783,948       1,988,847       5,772,795
                                                                 ===============================================
Surplus/(Deficit)...............................................             283               0             283
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                              UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA FINANCIAL PLAN
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      FY 2001         FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                      actual         approved         request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Revenues:
    Tuition.....................................................          13,530          10,950          10,950
    District of Columbia appropriation..........................          46,933          45,912          52,672
    Intra-district charges......................................           7,846           8,799           8,906
    Federal grants and contracts................................          10,920          12,539          12,668
    Private grants and contracts................................             782             847             800
    Land-grant endowment income.................................           1,534           1,500           1,579
    Auxiliary enterprises.......................................             925             900           1,044
    Investment income...........................................           1,387             725             842
    Miscellaneous income........................................           2,470           3,169           3,835
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total Revenues............................................          86,327          85,341          93,296
                                                                 ===============================================
Expenditures:
    Personal Services...........................................          50,365          52,060          54,255
    Contractual Services........................................          11,635          13,231          14,834
    Supplies....................................................           2,633           4,813           4,240
    Occupancy cost..............................................           4,162           2,695           4,850
    Depreciation................................................               0               0               0
    Miscellaneous...............................................          16,136          12,542          15,117
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total Expenditures........................................          84,931          85,341          93,296
                                                                 ===============================================
Revenues over expenditures......................................           1,396               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
Mandatory transfers principal and interest......................               0               0               0
Mandatory plant fund............................................               0               0               0
Other transfers and additions:
    Excess of restricted additions over transfers to revenue....              21               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
Net increase in fund balance....................................           1,417               0               0
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                                         D.C. WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                FY 2001      FY 2002      FY 2002      FY 2003
                                                                 actual      approved     revised      request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operating Budget:
    Operating Cash Provided:
        Retail sales........................................      172,808      194,239      186,593      186,756
        Wholesale water sales...............................       46,270       45,955       49,143       49,635
        Other...............................................       18,381       14,076       11,930       29,126
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
          Total, cash revenue...............................      237,459      254,270      247,666      265,517
                                                             ===================================================
Operating Cash Used:
    Operations and maintenance..............................      174,177      179,240      185,853      189,021
    Payment in lieu of taxes................................        9,511       15,493       15,247       14,922
    Debt Service............................................       32,546       44,244       37,537       43,801
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
      Total, operating cash used............................      216,234      238,977      238,637      247,744
                                                             ===================================================
Operating Surplus...........................................       21,225       15,293        9,029       17,773
                                                             ===================================================
Capital Budget:
    Sources of Capital Funds................................       48,814      216,563      178,921      221,724
    Uses of Capital Funds...................................      103,094      216,563      165,821      221,724
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
    Transfer from Cash Reserve/Reimb. For Prior Years'            -54,280            0       13,100            0
     Capital................................................
                                                             ===================================================
Cash Reserves:
    Operating Reserve Beginning Balances....................      153,079      112,599      116,749      104,607
        Operating Surplus (Deficit).........................       21,225       15,293        9,029       17,773
        Cash Reserves Recovered from D.C....................       10,400            0            0            0
        Transfer to CIP/Reimb. For Prior Years' Capital.....      -54,280            0       13,100            0
        Prepayment of Aqueduct Treasury Loans...............       -8,031      -25,084      -16,086       -9,485
        Other...............................................       -5,644  ...........      -18,185      -14,069
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
    Operating Reserve Ending Balance........................      116,749      102,808      104,607       98,826
    Rate Stabilization Fund.................................        6,500        3,500        6,500        4,000
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
Total Reserves..............................................      123,249      106,308      111,107      102,826
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                                           D.C. LOTTERY FINANCIAL PLAN
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                FY 2001      FY 2002      FY 2002      FY 2003
                                                                 actual      approved     revised      request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operating Revenue:
    Sales:
        Instant Lottery.....................................       32,462       34,500       34,500       34,500
        Lucky Numbers.......................................       70,583       74,000       74,000       74,000
        DC Four.............................................       65,505       70,000       70,000       70,000
        Powerball...........................................       45,855       33,000       33,000       33,000
        Quick Cash..........................................        4,160        5,000        5,000        5,000
        Hot Five............................................        5,299        6,000        6,000        6,000
        Game Alpha..........................................            0        5,000            0        8,000
        Extra Lucky Numbers.................................            0            0        2,500            0
        Extra DC Four.......................................            0            0        2,500            0
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
          Total, Operating Revenue..........................      223,864      227,500      227,500      230,500
                                                             ===================================================
Operating Expenses:
    Administration..........................................        8,174        9,688        9,688        9,960
    Prizes..................................................      105,594      116,020      116,020      117,520
    Contractual Services....................................        8,508        9,100        9,100        9,681
    Agent Commissions.......................................       11,637       12,930       12,930       15,181
    Advertising.............................................        3,832        5,500        5,500        5,500
    Ticket Distribution.....................................        1,243        1,700        1,700        1,610
    Draw Expenses...........................................        1,267        1,400        1,400        1,639
    Direct Charges..........................................        2,179        3,350        3,350        3,189
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
      Total, Operating Expenses.............................      142,434      159,688      159,688      164,280
                                                             ===================================================
Operating Income (loss).....................................       81,430       67,812       67,812       66,220
Nonoperating Revenue (expenses): Principally interest.......        2,670        2,188        2,188        2,380
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
Income (loss) before operating transfers....................       84,100       70,000       70,000       68,600
Operating transfers in (out)................................      -84,000      -70,000      -70,000      -68,600
Net income (loss)...........................................          100            0            0            0
Retained Earnings (deficit) at beginning of year............        3,275        3,275        3,275        3,275
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
Retained Earnings (deficit) at end of year..................        3,375        3,275        3,275        3,275
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


                         OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION & TELECOMMUNICATIONS FINANCIAL PLAN
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      FY 2001         FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                      actual         approved         request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operating Revenue:
    Franchise fees..............................................           8,391           4,000           4,000
    Other revenue...............................................              14              14              14
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Operating Revenue..................................           8,405           4,014           4,014
                                                                 ===============================================
Operating Expenses:
    Personal Services...........................................           1,467           1,848           1,876
    Supplies....................................................              17              25              25
    Energy......................................................               6               6               6
    Communications..............................................              63             116             116
    Rent........................................................             742             806             778
    Other Services and Charges..................................           1,211             307  ..............
    Contracting Services........................................              54             435             307
    Subsidies and Transfers.....................................           3,106               0             435
    Depreciation................................................               0               0               0
    Equipment...................................................           1,524             158             158
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total, Operating Expenses.................................           8,190           3,701           3,701
                                                                 ===============================================
Income (loss) before operating transfer.........................             215             313             313
Operating transfer in (out).....................................               0               0               0
Net income (loss)...............................................             215             313             313
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                      D.C. SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT COMMISSION STARPLEX FUND FINANCIAL PLAN
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      FY 2001         FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                      actual         approved         request
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Operating Revenues:
    Rental......................................................           2,118           2,448           3,445
    Event Services..............................................           1,476           2,594           1,851
    Event Parking...............................................              35               0           1,147
    Commissions.................................................           1,283           1,542           1,766
    Commuter Parking............................................           1,764           1,556           2,272
    Advertising.................................................             473             373           2,042
    Other.......................................................             209               0           1,000
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal, Operating Revenues..............................           7,358           8,513          13,523
                                                                 ===============================================
Other Revenues:
    Investment Income...........................................             789             500             300
Other Funding Sources:
    Redemption of Investments...................................           5,937             737           1,688
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total Revenues............................................          14,084           9,750          15,511
                                                                 ===============================================
Expenditures:
    Continuing Full-Time........................................           2,603           1,558           3,152
    Temporary Part-time.........................................             627           1,545             820
    Overtime/Holiday............................................             521             233             630
    Health/Retirement...........................................             347             454             420
    Prof Services...............................................             348             384             324
    Utilities...................................................             711             586             783
    Administration Cost.........................................             838             811             555
    Equipment...................................................             364             521             427
    Miscellaneous Expenses......................................           2,038           2,158           5,140
    Capital.....................................................           3,389           1,500           3,260
    Equipment...................................................           2,298               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total Expenditures........................................          14,084           9,750          15,511
                                                                 ===============================================
      Operating Income..........................................               0               0               0
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                 WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER AUTHORITY OPERATING, BUILDING, AND MARKETING FUNDS
                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                      FY 2001         FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                      actual         approved        requested
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Revenues:
    Dedicated Tax...............................................          55,851      \1\ 60,345      \1\ 62,043
    Interest-Dedicated Taxes....................................          24,094               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................          79,945          60,345          62,043
                                                                 ===============================================
    Building Rental.............................................           4,244           4,377           7,386
    Exhibitor Services..........................................           2,073           2,062           2,100
    Communications..............................................           1,661           1,414           1,500
    Concessions.................................................           1,487             837           1,321
    Miscellaneous...............................................             346             310             600
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Subtotal..................................................           9,811           9,000          12,907
                                                                 ===============================================
      Total Revenue.............................................          89,756          69,345          74,950
                                                                 ===============================================
Expenses:
    Personal Services...........................................          11,355          13,971          18,796
    Contractual Services........................................           3,707           5,727           6,280
    Supplies....................................................             407             534             873
    Occupancy Costs.............................................           1,924           2,831           6,849
    Debt Service................................................          25,951          25,951          36,176
    Land & Building.............................................               0               0               0
    Depreciation................................................               0               0               0
    Miscellaneous...............................................             426           1,442           2,127
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
      Total WCC Program Expenses................................          43,770          50,456          71,101
                                                                 ===============================================
Income (loss) before transfers in (out).........................          45,986          18,889           3,849
                                                                 ===============================================
Marketing Fund/Transfers Out:
    Washington Convention & Visitors Association................           1,575           3,048               0
    DC Committee to Promote Washington..........................           1,181           3,048               0
    DC Chamber of Commerce......................................             525             525             525
    Greater Washington IBERO American Chamber of Commerce.......             200             200             200
    Washington Convention & Tourism Corporation.................           2,680               0       \2\ 6,873
    Other Professional Fees-Marketing Agencies..................           1,216               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Net Transfer out of WCC Authority.......................           7,377           6,821           7,598
                                                                 ===============================================
Net Income (loss)...............................................          38,609          12,068         (3,750)
Retained Earnings (deficit) at the beginning of year............         233,228         271,837         283,905
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
Retained Earnings (deficit) at the end of the Year..............         271,837         283,905        280,155
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\1\ Revised Projections by the Office of Tax and Revenue dated and received May 26, 2002.
\2\ In FY2001, DC Committee to Promote Washington and Washington Convention and Visitors Association merged and
  became the Washington Convention and Tourism Corporation.

                               Personnel

    The Committee recommends a total 34,072 full-time 
equivalent positions to be financed from District of Columbia 
funds, Federal grants, private and other funds, and intra-
District funds during fiscal year 2003 consisting of 33,958 
positions under the general operating expenses and 114 from the 
enterprise funds.
    The following table summarizes, by agency, the positions 
authorized for fiscal year 2002, the positions requested for 
fiscal year 2003, and the Committee recommendation for fiscal 
year 2003:

                                         FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT POSITIONS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Fiscal year
                                                                    Fiscal year     Fiscal year   2003 committee
                                                                   2002 approved   2003 request   recommendation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Governmental Direction and Support:
    Council of the District of Columbia.........................             163             163             163
    Office of the District of Columbia Auditor..................              14              17              17
    Advisory Neighborhood Commissions...........................               1               2               2
    Office of the Mayor.........................................              83              82              82
    Office of the Secretary.....................................              27              27              27
    Customer Service Operations.................................              38              42              42
    Office of the City Administrator............................              96             120             120
    Office of Personnel.........................................             174             160             160
    Human Resources Development Fund............................              10              10              10
    Office of Finance and Resource Management...................              37              33              33
    Office of Contracting and Procurement.......................             164             169             169
    Office of the Chief Technology Officer......................             105             112             112
    Office of Property Management...............................             206             248             248
    Contract Appeals Board......................................               6               6               6
    Board of Elections and Ethics...............................              50              50              50
    Office of Campaign Finance..................................              15              15              15
    Public Employee Relations Board.............................               4               4               4
    Office of Employee Appeals..................................              16              16              16
    Office of the Corporation Counsel...........................             537             558             558
    Office of the Inspector General.............................             108             108             108
    Office of the Chief Financial Officer.......................           1,036           1,041           1,041
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Governmental Direction and Support...............           2,890           2,983           2,983
                                                                 ===============================================
Economic Development and Regulation:
    Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic                     102              23              23
     Development................................................
    Office of Planning..........................................               0              69              69
    Office of Local Business Development........................               0              10              10
    Office of Motion Pictures and Television....................               0               5               5
    Office of Zoning............................................              17              17              17
    Department of Housing and Community Development.............             150             137             137
    Department of Employment Services...........................             580             603             603
    Board of Appeals and Review.................................               3               3               3
    Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals..............               3               3               3
    Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs...............             376             397             397
    Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration................              36              36              36
    Department of Banking and Financial Institutions............              27              27              27
    Public Service Commission...................................              68              70              70
    Office of the People's Counsel..............................              33              33              33
    Department of Insurance and Securities Regulation...........             103             103             103
    Office of Cable Television and Telecommunications...........              32              32              32
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Economic Development and Regulation..............           1,530           1,568           1,568
                                                                 ===============================================
Public Safety and Justice:
    Metropolitan Police Department..............................           4,577           4,602           4,602
    Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department..............           1,920           2,006           2,006
    Department of Corrections...................................             943             846             846
    District of Columbia National Guard.........................              43              43              43
    District of Columbia Emergency Management Agency............              39              39              39
    Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure..............               2               2               2
    Judicial Nomination Commission..............................               1               1               1
    Office of Civilian Complaint Review.........................              21              19              19
    Advisory Commission on Sentencing...........................               6               6               6
    Office of the Chief Medical Examiner........................              67              76              76
    Office of Administrative Hearings...........................               0               2               2
    Corrections Information Council.............................               0               2               2
    Criminal Justice Coordinating Council.......................               0               2               2
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Public Safety and Justice........................           7,619           7,646           7,646
                                                                 ===============================================
Public Education System:
    District of Columbia Public Schools.........................          10,811          10,811          10,811
    State Education Office......................................              45              45              45
    University of the District of Columbia......................           1,132           1,128           1,128
    D.C. Public Library.........................................             433             435             435
    Commission on the Arts and Humanities.......................               9               9               9
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Public Education System..........................          12,430          12,428          12,428
                                                                 ===============================================
Human Support Services:
    Department of Human Services................................           1,844           2,086           2,086
    Child and Family Services Agency............................               0             920             920
    Department of Mental Health.................................               0           2,161           2,161
    Department of Health........................................           1,361           1,401           1,401
    Department of Parks and Recreation..........................             755             909             909
    Office on Aging.............................................              26              26              26
    Office of Human Rights......................................              23              35              35
    Office on Latino Affairs....................................              12              12              12
    Energy Office...............................................              29              34              34
    Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs................               3               3               3
    Office of Veterans' Affairs.................................               3               3               3
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Human Support Services...........................           4,056           7,590           7,590
                                                                 ===============================================
Public Works:
    Department of Public Works..................................               0           1,238           1,238
    Department of Transportation................................           1,369             133             133
    Department of Motor Vehicles................................             343             353             353
    District of Columbia Taxicab Commission.....................              19              19              19
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Public Works.....................................           1,731           1,743           1,743
                                                                 ===============================================
Receivership Programs:
    Child and Family Services Agency............................             832               0               0
    Department of Mental Health.................................           2,162               0               0
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Receivership Programs............................           2,994               0               0
                                                                 ===============================================
        Total, General Fund.....................................          33,250          33,958          33,958
                                                                 ===============================================
Enterprise and Other Funds:
    Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund................             100             100             100
    District of Columbia Retirement Board.......................              14              14              14
                                                                 -----------------------------------------------
        Total, Enterprise Funds.................................             114             114             114
                                                                 ===============================================
          Total, FTEs...........................................          33,364          34,072          34,072
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                           OPERATING EXPENSES


                   Governmental Direction and Support

    The Committee recommends a total of $303,586,000 and 2,617 
full-time equivalent positions (including $225,234,000 and 
2,377 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, 
$60,004,000 and 160 full-time equivalent positions from Federal 
funds, and $18,348,000 and 80 full-time equivalent positions 
from other funds) for fiscal year 2003 for the various 
departments, agencies, and activities funded through this 
appropriation. In addition, Governmental Direction and Support 
expects to receive $49,411,000 and 366 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                               GOVERNMENTAL DIRECTION AND SUPPORT
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                                                                                                                                                    Committee          Bill compared with--
                                                 Approved FY       FY 2003                          FY 2003        Committee                     recommendation --------------------------------
               Agency/Activity                    2002 \1\         request      Intra-District   request less   recommendation   Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002          FY 2003
                                                                                                intra-District                                      District         approved         request
------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Council of the District of Columbia..........      13,232,000      13,604,000               0       13,604,000      13,604,000               0       13,604,000         372,000                0
Office of the District of Columbia Auditor...       1,299,000       1,596,000               0        1,596,000       1,596,000               0        1,596,000         297,000                0
Advisory Neighborhood Commissions............         808,000         894,000               0          894,000         894,000               0          894,000          86,000                0
Office of the Mayor..........................       8,294,000       8,350,000        (506,000)       7,844,000       8,350,000        (506,000)       7,844,000          56,000                0
Office of the Secretary......................       2,516,000       2,609,000               0        2,609,000       2,609,000               0        2,609,000          93,000                0
Customer Service Operations..................       1,898,000       2,238,000               0        2,238,000       2,238,000               0        2,238,000         340,000                0
Office of the City Administrator.............      28,275,000      30,147,000        (421,000)      29,726,000      30,147,000        (421,000)      29,726,000       1,872,000                0
Office of Personnel..........................      17,138,000      13,143,000      (1,681,000)      11,462,000      13,143,000      (1,681,000)      11,462,000      (3,995,000)               0
Human Resources Development Fund.............       3,766,000       3,553,000               0        3,553,000       3,553,000               0        3,553,000        (213,000)               0
Office of Finance and Resource Management....       2,373,000       2,285,000        (380,000)       1,905,000       2,285,000        (380,000)       1,905,000         (88,000)               0
Office of Contracting and Procurement........      13,066,000      13,748,000        (245,000)      13,503,000      13,748,000        (245,000)      13,503,000         682,000                0
Office of the Chief Technology Officer.......      15,441,000      17,622,000      (2,539,000)      15,083,000      17,622,000      (2,539,000)      15,083,000       2,181,000                0
Office of Property Management................      33,821,000      49,119,000     (36,496,000)      12,623,000      49,119,000     (36,496,000)      12,623,000      15,298,000                0
Contract Appeals Board.......................         746,000         746,000               0          746,000         746,000               0          746,000               0                0
Board of Elections and Ethics................       3,503,000       3,585,000               0        3,585,000       3,585,000               0        3,585,000          82,000                0
Office of Campaign Finance...................       1,388,000       1,360,000               0        1,360,000       1,360,000               0        1,360,000         (28,000)               0
Public Employee Relations Board..............         686,000         649,000               0          649,000         649,000               0          649,000         (37,000)               0
Office of Employee Appeals...................       1,540,000       1,625,000               0        1,625,000       1,625,000               0        1,625,000          85,000                0
Metropolitan Washington Council of                    367,000         397,000               0          397,000         397,000               0          397,000          30,000                0
 Governments.................................
Office of the Corporation Counsel............      52,505,000      54,462,000      (2,065,000)      52,397,000      54,462,000      (2,065,000)      52,397,000       1,957,000                0
Settlements and Judgments....................      23,450,000               0               0                0               0               0                0     (23,450,000)               0
Office of the Inspector General..............      12,476,000      12,089,000               0       12,089,000      12,089,000               0       12,089,000        (387,000)               0
Office of the Chief Financial Officer........      84,126,000      95,726,000      (5,078,000)      90,648,000     119,176,000      (5,078,000)     114,098,000      35,050,000       23,450,000
                                              --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Governmental Direction and           322,714,000     329,547,000     (49,411,000)     280,136,000     352,997,000     (49,411,000)     303,586,000      30,283,000       23,450,000
       Support...............................
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\1\ Includes Intra-District funds.

                  COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

    The Committee recommends $13,604,000 and 163 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Council of the 
District of Columbia for fiscal year 2003. The Council of the 
District of Columbia is the elected legislative branch of the 
District government. Its mission is to enact laws, approve the 
operating budget and financial plan, establish and oversee the 
programs and operations of government agencies, and set policy 
for the government.

               OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AUDITOR

    The Committee recommends $1,596,000 and 17 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of the 
District of Columbia Auditor for fiscal year 2003. The Office 
of the District of Columbia Auditor conducts thorough audits of 
the accounts and operations of the District government with the 
goal of promoting economy, efficiency, and accountability.

                   ADVISORY NEIGHBORHOOD COMMISSIONS

    The Committee recommends $894,000 and two full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Advisory 
Neighborhood Commissions for fiscal year 2003. The mission of 
the Advisory Neighborhood Commissions is to serve as a liaison 
between the District government and the community.

                          OFFICE OF THE MAYOR

    The Committee recommends a total of $7,844,000 and 77 full-
time equivalent positions (including $6,995,000 and 73 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $849,000 and 
four full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for the 
Office of the Mayor for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Office of the Mayor expects to receive $506,000 and five full-
time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The Office 
of the Mayor serves the needs of the public by setting 
priorities, providing management direction and support to 
agencies, and restoring one government, good government, and 
self-government to the District of Columbia.
    The Committee is concerned by the delay in utilizing 
emergency funds provided in the fiscal year 2002 Department of 
Defense Appropriations Act for response and communications 
capabilities at the District of Columbia Fire and Emergency 
Medical Services Department. The Committee strongly urges the 
Mayor to take immediate steps to improve the performance of the 
Department and require the timely purchase and deployment of 
fire safety equipment. The Committee also urges the Mayor to 
require the Office of the Chief Technology Officer to move 
expeditiously to upgrade and integrate the communications 
systems of the Department with the systems of local, regional, 
and Federal law enforcement agencies.

                        OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,609,000 and 27 full-
time equivalent positions (including $2,516,000 and 25 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $93,000 and two 
full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the Office 
of the Secretary for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Office of the Secretary is to serve as the sole custodian of 
the Seal of the District of Columbia and to authenticate its 
proper use in accordance with the law.

                      CUSTOMER SERVICE OPERATIONS

    The Committee recommends $2,238,000 and 42 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for Customer Service 
Operations for fiscal year 2003. The mission of Customer 
Service Operations is to build a District government 
infrastructure in which customer satisfaction and feedback are 
priorities, driving operational improvements and service 
delivery. Customer Service Operations develops and implements 
customer service standards and policies that govern service 
delivery operations in agencies that report to the Mayor.

                    OFFICE OF THE CITY ADMINISTRATOR

    The Committee recommends a total of $29,726,000 and 114 
full-time equivalent positions (including $11,584,000 and 98 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $18,142,000 
and 16 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for 
the Office of the City Administrator for fiscal year 2003. In 
addition, the Office of the City Administrator expects to 
receive $421,000 and six full-time equivalent positions from 
intra-District funds. The Office of the City Administrator 
provides District agencies with direction and support to 
improve government operations and enhance service delivery.

                          OFFICE OF PERSONNEL

    The Committee recommends a total of $11,462,000 and 124 
full-time equivalent positions (including $10,650,000 and 113 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $812,000 
and 11 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
Office of Personnel for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Office of Personnel expects to receive $1,681,000 and 36 full-
time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The Office 
of Personnel provides comprehensive human resource management 
services that strengthen individual and organizational 
performance and enables the government to attract, develop, and 
retain a highly qualified, diverse workforce.

                    HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FUND

    The Committee recommends $3,553,000 and 10 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Human Resources 
Development Fund for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the Human 
Resources Development Fund is to improve the performance of the 
employees of the District of Columbia by creating learning and 
development programs that enhance productivity and improve the 
quality and delivery of services for its citizens.

               OFFICE OF FINANCE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

    The Committee recommends $1,905,000 and 25 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of Finance 
and Resource Management for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Office of Finance and Resource Management expects to receive 
$380,000 and eight full-time equivalent positions from intra-
District funds. The Office of Finance and Resource Management 
provides full financial services and resource management 
services to District of Columbia government agencies.

                 OFFICE OF CONTRACTING AND PROCUREMENT

    The Committee recommends $13,503,000 and 166 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of 
Contracting and Procurement for fiscal year 2003. In addition, 
the Office of Contracting and Procurement expects to receive 
$245,000 and three full-time equivalent positions from intra-
District funds. The Office of Contracting and Procurement 
provides every city agency with procurement services to 
effectively perform the functions of government in a customer-
focused, timely, and cost-effective manner.

                 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER

    The Committee recommends a total of $15,083,000 and 90 
full-time equivalent positions (including $15,069,000 and 90 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $14,000 
from other funds) for the Office of the Chief Technology 
Officer for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Office of the 
Chief Technology Officer expects to receive $2,539,000 and 22 
full-time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The 
mission of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer is to 
articulate the manner in which the government leverages its 
investments in information technology to attain the 
government's goal of being an efficient and effective service 
provider.

                     OFFICE OF PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

    The Committee recommends a total of $12,623,000 and 62 
full-time equivalent positions (including $10,929,000 and 57 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $1,694,000 
and five full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for 
the Office of Property Management for fiscal year 2003. In 
addition, the Office of Property Management expects to receive 
$36,496,000 and 186 full-time equivalent positions from intra-
District funds. The mission of the Office of Property 
Management is to meet the needs of its clients by providing a 
building and work environment of the highest quality and 
services that meet industry best standards of excellence.

                         CONTRACT APPEALS BOARD

    The Committee recommends $746,000 and six full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Contract Appeals 
Board for fiscal year 2003. The Contract Appeals Board provides 
an impartial, expeditious, inexpensive, and knowledgeable forum 
for redressing and resolving contractual disputes between the 
District and the contracting communities.

                     BOARD OF ELECTIONS AND ETHICS

    The Committee recommends $3,585,000 and 50 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Board of 
Elections and Ethics for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Board of Elections and Ethics is to administer and enforce the 
election laws of the District of Columbia by providing voter 
registration, qualifying candidates and measures for ballot 
access, and conducting elections in the District of Columbia.

                       OFFICE OF CAMPAIGN FINANCE

    The Committee recommends $1,360,000 and 15 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of 
Campaign Finance for fiscal year 2003. The Office of Campaign 
Finance ensures public trust in the integrity of the election 
process and government services by regulating the financial 
disclosure process and conduct of political campaigns and 
candidates, lobbyists, public officials, and political 
committees, pursuant to the District of Columbia Campaign 
Finance Reform and Conflict of Interest Act, the District of 
Columbia Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978, and the 
Federal Ethics Reform Act.

                    PUBLIC EMPLOYEE RELATIONS BOARD

    The Committee recommends $649,000 and four full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Public Employee 
Relations Board for fiscal year 2003. The Public Employee 
Relations Board provides for the impartial resolution of labor-
management disputes in the District government pursuant to the 
District of Columbia Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act of 1978.

                       OFFICE OF EMPLOYEE APPEALS

    The Committee recommends $1,625,000 and 16 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of 
Employee Appeals for fiscal year 2003. The Office of Employee 
Appeals renders legally sufficient, impartial, and timely 
decisions on appeals in which District government employees 
have challenged decisions regarding adverse actions, reductions 
in force, performance evaluations, and classifications of 
positions.

             METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

    The Committee recommends $397,000 from local funds as the 
District's share of the fiscal year 2003 budget for the 
Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments. The mission of 
the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments is to 
enhance quality of life in the Washington metropolitan region 
and to strengthen the region's competitive advantage in the 
global economy by providing a forum for consensus building and 
policy making; implementing intergovernmental policies, plans, 
and programs; and supporting the region as an expert 
information resource.

                   OFFICE OF THE CORPORATION COUNSEL

    The Committee recommends a total of $52,397,000 and 531 
full-time equivalent positions (including $31,189,000 and 394 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $15,366,000 
and 121 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$5,842,000 and 16 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds) for the Office of the Corporation Counsel for fiscal 
year 2003. In addition, the Office of the Corporation Counsel 
expects to receive $2,065,000 and 27 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds. The Office of the 
Corporation Counsel achieves the best outcome for its clients 
by: (1) prosecuting crimes fairly and aggressively; (2) 
defending or initiating actions; (3) providing expert advice 
and counsel; and (4) executing commercial-style transactions on 
behalf of the government of the District of Columbia.

                    OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL

    The Committee recommends a total of $12,089,000 and 108 
full-time equivalent positions (including $10,824,000 and 92 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $1,265,000 
and 16 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for 
the Office of the Inspector General for fiscal year 2003. The 
mission of the Office of the Inspector General is to 
independently conduct and supervise audits, investigations, and 
inspections relating to the programs and operations of District 
government departments and agencies.

                 OFFICE OF THE CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER

    The Committee recommends a total of $114,098,000 and 968 
full-time equivalent positions (including $79,823,000 and 919 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $24,382,000 
and three full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, 
and $9,893,000 and 46 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds) for the Office of the Chief Financial Officer for fiscal 
year 2003. In addition, the Office of Chief Financial Officer 
expects to receive $5,078,000 and 73 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds. The Office of the Chief 
Financial Officer administers the financial management 
operations of the District of Columbia to assure fiscal 
stability and integrity, supports public services, and provides 
financial information to policy makers necessary for making 
informed decisions while minimizing the cost to the government.

                  Economic Development and Regulation

    The Committee recommends a total of $258,539,000 and 1,517 
full-time equivalent positions (including $64,553,000 and 538 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $97,796,000 
and 495 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$96,190,000 and 484 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds) for fiscal year 2003 for the various departments, 
agencies, and activities funded through this appropriation. In 
addition, Economic Development and Regulation expects to 
receive $8,837,000 and 51 full-time equivalent positions from 
intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                               ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND REGULATION
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Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and         32,840,000      31,065,000               0       31,065,000      31,065,000               0       31,065,000     (1,775,000)               0
 Economic Development.........................
Office of Planning............................               0       7,966,000               0        7,966,000       7,966,000               0        7,966,000       7,966,000               0
Office of Local Business Development..........               0       1,093,000               0        1,093,000       1,093,000               0        1,093,000       1,093,000               0
Office of Motion Pictures and Television......               0         574,000               0          574,000         574,000               0          574,000         574,000               0
Office of Zoning..............................       2,378,000       2,527,000               0        2,527,000       2,527,000               0        2,527,000         149,000               0
Department of Housing and Community                 57,890,000      65,032,000               0       65,032,000      65,032,000               0       65,032,000       7,142,000               0
 Development..................................
Department of Employment Services.............      80,477,000      97,584,000      (7,809,000)      89,775,000      97,584,000      (7,809,000)      89,775,000      17,107,000               0
Board of Appeals and Review...................         242,000         277,000               0          277,000         277,000               0          277,000          35,000               0
Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals         298,000         347,000               0          347,000         347,000               0          347,000          49,000               0
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.      29,105,000      31,017,000        (500,000)      30,517,000      31,017,000        (500,000)      30,517,000       1,912,000               0
Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration..       2,607,000       3,016,000               0        3,016,000       3,016,000               0        3,016,000         409,000               0
Department of Banking and Financial                  2,694,000       2,637,000               0        2,637,000       2,637,000               0        2,637,000        (57,000)               0
 Institutions.................................
Public Service Commission.....................       6,402,000       6,796,000               0        6,796,000       6,796,000               0        6,796,000         394,000               0
Office of the People's Counsel................       3,884,000       3,978,000               0        3,978,000       3,978,000               0        3,978,000          94,000               0
Department of Insurance and Securities               9,377,000       9,766,000               0        9,766,000       9,766,000               0        9,766,000         389,000               0
 Regulation...................................
Office of Cable Television and                       3,701,000       3,701,000        (528,000)       3,173,000       3,701,000        (528,000)       3,173,000               0               0
 Telecommunications...........................
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      Total, Economic Development and              231,895,000     267,376,000      (8,837,000)     258,539,000     267,376,000      (8,837,000)     258,539,000      35,481,000              0
       Regulation.............................
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    OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY MAYOR FOR PLANNING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

    The Committee recommends a total of $31,065,000 and 23 
full-time equivalent positions (including $5,149,000 and 16 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $25,916,000 
and seven full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for 
the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic 
Development for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the Office of 
the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development is to 
facilitate the creation and growth of wealth in the District of 
Columbia and the expansion of its revenue base by revitalizing 
neighborhoods, expanding and diversifying the economy, and 
promoting economic opportunities for District residents.

                           OFFICE OF PLANNING

    The Committee recommends a total of $7,966,000 and 69 full-
time equivalent positions (including $7,410,000 and 66 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $556,000 and 
three full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for 
the Office of Planning for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Office of Planning is to strategically guide the preservation, 
revitalization, and development of the Nation's Capital using a 
diversity of disciplines.

                  OFFICE OF LOCAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT

    The Committee recommends $1,093,000 and 10 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of Local 
Business Development for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Office of Local Business Development is to foster the economic 
growth of local, small, and disadvantaged businesses through 
supportive legislation, business development programs, and 
public and private sector contracting opportunities.

                OFFICE OF MOTION PICTURES AND TELEVISION

    The Committee recommends $574,000 and five full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of Motion 
Pictures and Television for fiscal year 2003. The mission of 
the Office of Motion Pictures and Television is to initiate and 
implement programs aimed at generating revenue and stimulating 
employment opportunities in the District through the production 
of film, video, photography, and multimedia projects.

                            OFFICE OF ZONING

    The Committee recommends $2,527,000 and 17 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of Zoning 
for fiscal year 2003. The Office of Zoning provides 
administrative, professional, and technical assistance to the 
Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Adjustment in the 
maintenance and regulation of zoning in the District of 
Columbia.

            DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

    The Committee recommends a total of $65,032,000 and 137 
full-time equivalent positions (including $7,002,000 and 12 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $42,168,000 
and 125 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$15,862,000 from other funds) for the Department of Housing and 
Community Development for fiscal year 2003. The Department of 
Housing and Community Development facilitates the production 
and preservation of housing, and community and economic 
development opportunities in partnership with for-profit and 
nonprofit organizations by leveraging Department dollars with 
other financing resources in order to create and maintain 
stable neighborhoods and retain and expand the District's tax 
base.

                   DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SERVICES

    The Committee recommends a total of $89,775,000 and 564 
full-time equivalent positions (including $12,913,000 and 42 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $54,947,000 
and 365 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, 
$21,806,000 and 157 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds, and $109,000 from private funds) for the Department of 
Employment Services for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Department of Employment Services expects to receive $7,809,000 
and 39 full-time equivalent positions from intra-District 
funds. The Department of Employment Services serves as the 
primary vehicle for the District of Columbia to develop a 
world-class work force and work environment that supports a 
sound, stable economic foundation for families, individuals, 
and the general community.

                      BOARD OF APPEALS AND REVIEW

    The Committee recommends $277,000 and three full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Board of Appeals 
and Review for fiscal year 2003. The Board of Appeals and 
Review hears citizen complaints from adverse decisions on 
license revocations and civil infractions from the Department 
of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs; litter violations from the 
Department of Public Works; certificates of need, program 
reimbursements, and provider agreements from the Department of 
Health; and denials of security guard and private detective 
agency licenses from the Metropolitan Police Department.

             BOARD OF REAL PROPERTY ASSESSMENTS AND APPEALS

    The Committee recommends $347,000 and three full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Board of Real 
Property Assessments and Appeals for fiscal year 2003. The 
Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals ensures that 
properties in the District of Columbia are assessed at 100 
percent of their estimated market value and equal to properties 
similar in size and utility that share the same tax burden.

             DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS

    The Committee recommends a total of $30,517,000 and 397 
full-time equivalent positions (including $27,061,000 and 364 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $3,456,000 
and 33 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs for fiscal year 
2003. In addition, the Department of Consumer and Regulatory 
Affairs expects to receive $500,000 from intra-District funds. 
The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs protects the 
health, safety, and welfare of District residents through the 
regulatory and compliance process of business activities, 
occupational and professional services, land and building use, 
and rental housing condominium conversions.

              ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE REGULATION ADMINISTRATION

    The Committee recommends $3,016,000 and 36 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the Alcoholic 
Beverage Regulation Administration for fiscal year 2003. The 
Alcoholic Beverage Regulation Administration issues beverage 
alcohol licenses to qualified applicants; educates beverage 
alcohol establishments to prevent the sale of beverage alcohol 
to minors; and investigates license violations, adjudicates 
contested cases, and enforces compliance with the District's 
beverage alcohol laws.

            DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,637,000 and 27 full-
time equivalent positions (including $200,000 from local funds 
and $2,437,000 and 27 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds) for the Department of Banking and Financial Institutions 
for fiscal year 2003. The Department of Banking and Financial 
Institutions promotes a climate in which financial institutions 
will organize to do business in the District of Columbia and 
contribute to the economic development of the District through 
the increased availability of capital and credit, and expands 
advantageous financial services to the public in a 
nondiscriminatory manner.

                       PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

    The Committee recommends a total of $6,796,000 and 70 full-
time equivalent positions (including $125,000 and two full-time 
equivalent position from Federal funds, $6,546,000 and 66 full-
time equivalent positions from other funds, and $125,000 and 
two full-time equivalent positions from private funds) for the 
Public Service Commission for fiscal year 2003. The Public 
Service Commission serves the public and the District's 
interest by ensuring that natural gas, electricity, and 
telecommunications services are safe, reliable, and affordable 
for residential, business, and government customers of the 
District of Columbia.

                     OFFICE OF THE PEOPLE'S COUNSEL

    The Committee recommends $3,978,000 and 33 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the Office of the 
People's Counsel for fiscal year 2003. The Office of the 
People's Counsel seeks to advocate for utility consumers of 
natural gas, electricity, and telephone services in the 
District of Columbia before District and Federal decision-
making bodies.

           DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE AND SECURITIES REGULATION

    The Committee recommends $9,766,000 and 103 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the Department of 
Insurance and Securities Regulation for fiscal year 2003. The 
Department of Insurance and Securities Regulation provides 
regulatory supervision of the insurance and securities 
businesses for the protection of the people of the District of 
Columbia.

           OFFICE OF CABLE TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

    The Committee recommends $3,173,000 and 20 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the Office of Cable 
Television and Telecommunications for fiscal year 2003. In 
addition, the Office of Cable Television and Telecommunications 
expects to receive $528,000 and 12 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds. The Office of Cable 
Television and Telecommunications regulates cable television 
services to District citizens, provides citizen access to 
government hearings and programming that address community 
issues, and coordinates the city's telecommunications policy.

                       Public Safety and Justice

    The Committee recommends a total of $639,892,000 and 7,634 
full-time equivalent positions (including $620,039,000 and 
7,379 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, 
$11,329,000 and 228 full-time equivalent positions from Federal 
funds, and $8,524,000 and 27 full-time equivalent positions 
from other funds) for fiscal year 2003 for the various 
departments, agencies, and activities funded through this 
appropriation. In addition, Public Safety and Justice expects 
to receive $4,549,000 and 12 full-time equivalent positions 
from intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                    PUBLIC SAFETY AND JUSTICE
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Metropolitan Police Department...............     316,108,000     322,995,000      (3,973,000)     319,022,000     322,995,000      (3,973,000)     319,022,000       6,887,000                0
Fire and Emergency Medical Services               119,830,000     129,751,000               0      129,751,000     129,751,000               0      129,751,000       9,921,000                0
 Department..................................
Police Officers' and Fire Fighters'                74,600,000      68,900,000               0       68,900,000      68,900,000               0       68,900,000      (5,700,000)               0
 Retirement System...........................
Department of Corrections....................     111,532,000     105,914,000        (576,000)     105,338,000     105,914,000        (576,000)     105,338,000      (5,618,000)               0
District of Columbia National Guard..........       2,823,000       2,896,000               0        2,896,000       2,896,000               0        2,896,000          73,000                0
District of Columbia Emergency Management           3,964,000       4,318,000               0        4,318,000       4,318,000               0        4,318,000         354,000                0
 Agency......................................
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and               172,000         190,000               0          190,000         190,000               0          190,000          18,000                0
 Tenure......................................
Judicial Nomination Commission...............          91,000         110,000               0          110,000         110,000               0          110,000          19,000                0
Office of Citizen Complaint Review...........       1,424,000       1,481,000               0        1,481,000       1,481,000               0        1,481,000          57,000                0
Advisory Commission on Sentencing............         637,000         633,000               0          633,000         633,000               0          633,000          (4,000)               0
Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.........       6,812,000       6,544,000               0        6,544,000       6,544,000               0        6,544,000        (268,000)               0
Office of Administrative Hearings............               0         300,000               0          300,000         300,000               0          300,000         300,000                0
Corrections Information Council..............               0         240,000               0          240,000         240,000               0          240,000         240,000                0
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council........               0         169,000               0          169,000         169,000               0          169,000         169,000                0
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      Total, Public Safety and Justice.......     637,993,000     644,441,000      (4,549,000)     639,892,000     644,441,000      (4,549,000)     639,892,000       6,448,000                0
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                     METROPOLITAN POLICE DEPARTMENT

    The Committee recommends a total of $319,022,000 and 4,594 
full-time equivalent positions (including $301,964,000 and 
4,367 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, 
$9,605,000 and 202 full-time equivalent positions from Federal 
funds, and $7,453,000 and 25 full-time equivalent positions 
from other funds) for the Metropolitan Police Department for 
fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Metropolitan Police 
Department expects to receive $3,973,000 and eight full-time 
equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The mission of 
the Metropolitan Police Department is to prevent crime and the 
fear of crime while working with others to build safe and 
healthy neighborhoods throughout the District of Columbia.

             FIRE AND EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT

    The Committee recommends a total of $129,751,000 and 2,006 
full-time equivalent positions (including $129,742,000 and 
2,006 full-time equivalent positions from local funds and 
$9,000 from other funds) for the Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department is to provide 
fire suppression, technical rescue, fire prevention and 
education, and pre-hospital care and transport to people who 
live, work, visit, and conduct business in the District.

         POLICE OFFICERS' AND FIRE FIGHTERS' RETIREMENT SYSTEM

    The Committee recommends $68,900,000 from local funds for 
the Police Officers' and Fire Fighters' Retirement System for 
fiscal year 2003. The Police Officers' and Fire Fighters' 
Retirement System provides annuity payments and other 
retirement and disability benefits for the District 
Metropolitan Police and Fire Department retirees and survivors.

                       DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS

    The Committee recommends a total of $105,338,000 and 842 
full-time equivalent positions (including $104,388,000 and 842 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $950,000 
from other funds) for the Department of Corrections for fiscal 
year 2003. In addition, the Department of Corrections expects 
to receive $576,000 and four full-time equivalent positions 
from intra-District funds. The mission of the Department of 
Corrections is to ensure public safety and uphold the public's 
trust by providing for the safe and secure confinement of 
pretrial detainees and sentenced inmates.

                  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA NATIONAL GUARD

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,896,000 and 43 full-
time equivalent positions (including $2,390,000 and 30 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $506,000 and 13 
full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for the 
District of Columbia National Guard for fiscal year 2003. The 
mission of the District of Columbia National Guard is to 
protect life, property, and the interests of the District of 
Columbia during civil emergencies and to serve as an integral 
component of the nation's military forces, when activated.

            DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY

    The Committee recommends a total of $4,318,000 and 39 full-
time equivalent positions (including $3,100,000 and 26 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $1,218,000 and 
13 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for the 
District of Columbia Emergency Management Agency for fiscal 
year 2003. The mission of the District of Columbia Emergency 
Management Agency is to reduce loss of life and property and 
protect citizens and institutions from all hazards by 
administering a comprehensive community-based emergency 
management program.

             COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL DISABILITIES AND TENURE

    The Committee recommends $190,000 and two full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Commission on 
Judicial Disabilities and Tenure for fiscal year 2003. The 
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure provides for the 
preservation of an independent and fair judicial review by 
making determinations concerning the discipline, involuntary 
retirement, and reappointment of judges to the District of 
Columbia Courts.

                     JUDICIAL NOMINATION COMMISSION

    The Committee recommends $110,000 and one full-time 
equivalent position from local funds for the Judicial 
Nomination Commission for fiscal year 2003. The Judicial 
Nomination Commission screens, selects, and recommends nominees 
to the President of the United States to fill judicial 
vacancies on the District of Columbia Superior Court and the 
Court of Appeals.

                   OFFICE OF CITIZEN COMPLAINT REVIEW

    The Committee recommends $1,481,000 and 19 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of Citizen 
Complaint Review for fiscal year 2003. The Office of Citizen 
Complaint Review provides the public with an independent and 
impartial forum for the review and resolution of complaints 
against officers of the Metropolitan Police Department and 
Special Police officers employed by the District of Columbia 
government.

                   ADVISORY COMMISSION ON SENTENCING

    The Committee recommends $633,000 and six full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Advisory 
Commission on Sentencing for fiscal year 2003. The Advisory 
Commission on Sentencing advises the District of Columbia 
Council on issues related to sentences imposed for felonies 
committed within the District.

                  OFFICE OF THE CHIEF MEDICAL EXAMINER

    The Committee recommends a total of $6,544,000 and 76 full-
time equivalent positions (including $6,432,000 and 74 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $112,000 and two 
full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the Office 
of the Chief Medical Examiner for fiscal year 2003. The mission 
of the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner is to investigate 
and certify all deaths in the District of Columbia that occur 
by any means of violence (injury), and those that occur 
unexpectedly, without medical attention, in custody, or which 
pose a threat to the public health.

                   OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

    The Committee recommends $300,000 and two full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of 
Administrative Hearings for fiscal year 2003. The Office of 
Administrative Hearings was created by the Office of 
Administrative Hearings Establishment Act of 2001 to address 
the need to modernize and improve administrative adjudication 
in the District so that persons will consistently receive high-
quality, fair, impartial, and efficient hearings in agency 
cases.

                    CORRECTIONS INFORMATION COUNCIL

    The Committee recommends $240,000 and two full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Corrections 
Information Council for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Corrections Information Council is to represent the District's 
interest in the well-being of its prisoners in United States 
Bureau of Prisons facilities.

                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL

    The Committee recommends $169,000 and two full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Criminal Justice 
Coordinating Council for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the 
Criminal Justice Coordinating Council is to foster systemic 
change in the justice system, serve as a forum to identify 
issues and their solutions, and propose actions and facilitate 
cooperation that will improve public safety and related 
criminal and juvenile justice services for District of Columbia 
residents, victims, and offenders.

                        Public Education System

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,257,201,000 and 
11,900 full-time equivalent positions (including $1,007,206,000 
and 10,818 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of 
which not to exceed $27,000,000 is from the Medicaid and 
Special Education Reform Fund, $218,470,000 and 703 full-time 
equivalent positions from Federal funds, and $31,525,000 and 
379 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for fiscal 
year 2003 for the various departments, agencies, and activities 
funded through this appropriation. In addition, the Public 
Education System expects to receive $45,373,000 and 528 full-
time equivalent positions from intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                     PUBLIC EDUCATION SYSTEM
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                                                                                                                                                     Committee         Bill compared with--
                                                  Approved FY       FY 2003                          FY 2003        Committee                     recommendation -------------------------------
                Agency/Activity                    2002 \1\         request      Intra-District   request less   recommendation   Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                                                 intra-District                                      District        approved         request
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District of Columbia Public Schools...........     847,074,000     938,422,000     (35,265,000)     903,157,000     979,422,000     (35,265,000)     944,157,000     132,348,000      41,000,000
State Education Office........................      47,850,000      50,171,000        (484,000)      49,687,000      50,171,000        (484,000)      49,687,000       2,321,000               0
District of Columbia Public Charter Schools...     142,257,000     132,865,000               0      132,865,000     148,865,000               0      148,865,000       6,608,000      16,000,000
University of the District of Columbia........      85,341,000      93,296,000      (9,306,000)      83,990,000      93,296,000      (9,306,000)      83,990,000       7,955,000               0
Disitrict of Columbia Public Library..........      27,256,000      28,430,000        (280,000)      28,150,000      28,430,000        (280,000)      28,150,000       1,174,000               0
Commission on the Arts and Humanities.........       2,236,000       2,390,000         (38,000)       2,352,000       2,390,000         (38,000)       2,352,000         154,000               0
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      Total, Public Education System..........   1,152,014,000   1,245,574,000     (45,373,000)   1,200,201,000   1,302,574,000     (45,373,000)   1,257,201,000     150,560,000      57,000,000
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                  DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC SCHOOLS

    The Committee recommends a total of $944,157,000 and 10,446 
full-time equivalent positions (including $770,715,000 and 
9,821 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of which 
not to exceed $27,000,000 is from the Medicaid and Special 
Education Reform Fund, $161,800,000 and 506 full-time 
equivalent positions from Federal funds, $6,332,000 and 23 
full-time equivalent positions from other funds, and $5,310,000 
and 96 full-time equivalent positions from private funds) for 
District of Columbia Public Schools for fiscal year 2003. In 
addition, the District of Columbia Public Schools expects to 
receive $35,265,000 and 365 full-time equivalent positions from 
intra-District funds. The mission of the District of Columbia 
Public Schools is to develop inspired learners who excel 
academically and socially in dynamic schools that instill 
confidence and generate enthusiasm throughout the District's 
many diverse communities and make District of Columbia Public 
Schools the first choice of youth and families.
    With the amount recommended in the bill, per pupil 
expenditures for the 2002-2003 school year from all sources 
will total $14,400, of which $12,021 will be from District 
funds and $2,379 will be from Federal and other funds.
    The Committee recommends a Federal payment of $14,000,000 
for special education activities in the District of Columbia 
Public Schools (DCPS). Included in this amount is $5,000,000 
for special education transportation services to facilitate the 
initial lease or purchase of a single centralized bus lot with 
fueling and repair capabilities. The District spends 
approximately $10,000 per student to provide bus transportation 
for special education students. This funding is provided to 
help reduce costs associated with the management of multiple 
lots throughout the region, the price paid for fuel and 
repairs, the added hours required of drivers, and the 
unnecessary miles logged on buses.
    Also included in this amount is $9,000,000 for special 
education satellite facilities to facilitate the creation of 
three quality and cost-effective non-public satellite 
facilities for special education students. Currently, DCPS 
educates almost 2,000 special education students in non-public 
special education facilities, many of which are located in 
considerable distance from the District. Unless these students 
are brought back into the District, this will continue to place 
a significant cost burden on the public education system. This 
funding is provided to create campuses within the District 
using DCPS facilities to begin to address the long-term goal of 
returning all special education students to the District and to 
public schools.
    The Committee requests DCPS to submit a report no later 
than February 15, 2003 detailing what steps are being taken to 
further reduce the high costs associated with providing for the 
needs of special education students.

                         STATE EDUCATION OFFICE

    The Committee recommends a total of $49,687,000 and 43 
full-time equivalent positions (including $22,594,000 and 33 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $26,917,000 
and 10 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$176,000 from other funds) for the State Education Office for 
fiscal year 2003. In addition, the State Education Office 
expects to receive $484,000 and two full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds. The State Education Office 
seeks to enhance the administrative efficiency of State-level 
education functions and ensure the equitable distribution of 
educational resources.

              DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA PUBLIC CHARTER SCHOOLS

    The Committee recommends $148,865,000 (including 
$132,865,000 from local funds and $16,000,000 from Federal 
funds) for District of Columbia Public Charter Schools for 
fiscal year 2003. The District of Columbia Public Charter 
Schools provide an alternative free education for students who 
reside in the District of Columbia.
    Included in this amount is a Federal payment of $16,000,000 
for the credit enhancement revolving fund. These funds are to 
facilitate the purchase, construction, and/or renovation of 
facilities for public charter schools in the District of 
Columbia.

                 UNIVERSITY OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

    The Committee recommends a total of $83,990,000 and 972 
full-time equivalent positions (including $52,272,000 and 541 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $12,668,000 
and 171 full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, 
$18,250,000 and 245 full-time equivalent positions from other 
funds, and $800,000 and 15 full-time equivalent positions from 
private funds) for the University of the District of Columbia 
for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the University of the 
District of Columbia expects to receive $9,306,000 and 156 
full-time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The 
University of the District of Columbia is an urban land grant 
institution of higher education with an open admissions policy.

                 District of Columbia Public Libraries

    The Committee recommends a total of $28,150,000 and 430 
full-time equivalent positions (including $27,003,000 and 421 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $610,000 and 
nine full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$537,000 from other funds) for the District of Columbia Public 
Libraries for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the District of 
Columbia Public Libraries expect to receive $280,000 and five 
full-time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The 
District of Columbia Public Libraries provide: environments 
that invite reading, learning, and community discussion; 
trained staff and technology to help in finding, evaluating, 
and using information; and opportunities for children, 
teenagers, adults, and senior citizens to learn to read and use 
information resources for personal growth and development.

                 COMMISSION ON THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,352,000 and nine 
full-time equivalent positions (including $1,757,000 and two 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $475,000 and 
seven full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and 
$120,000 from other funds) for the Commission on the Arts and 
Humanities for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Commission on 
the Arts and Humanities expects to receive $38,000 from intra-
District funds. The Commission on the Arts and Humanities was 
created to enrich the quality of life for the residents of the 
District of Columbia through the arts and humanities.

                         Human Support Services

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,474,297,000 and 
7,378 full-time equivalent positions (including $1,042,630,000 
and 4,280 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of 
which $22,867,000 is from the Medicaid and Special Education 
Reform Fund, $1,378,680,000 and 2,882 full-time equivalent 
positions from Federal funds, and $52,987,000 and 216 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds) for fiscal year 2003 for 
the various departments, agencies, and activities funded 
through this appropriation. In addition, Human Support Services 
expects to receive $31,502,000 and 212 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                     HUMAN SUPPORT SERVICES
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                                                 Approved FY       FY 2003                          FY 2003        Committee                     recommendation --------------------------------
               Agency/Activity                    2002 \1\         request      Intra-District   request less   recommendation   Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002          FY 2003
                                                                                                intra-District                                      District         approved         request
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Department of Human Services.................     419,314,000     448,015,000      (6,608,000)     441,407,000     453,810,000      (6,608,000)     447,202,000      34,496,000        5,795,000
Child and Family Services Agency.............               0     211,912,000      (9,778,000)     202,134,000     223,984,000      (9,778,000)     214,206,000     223,984,000       12,072,000
Department of Mental Health..................               0     227,663,000               0      227,663,000     237,663,000               0      237,663,000     237,663,000       10,000,000
Department of Health.........................   1,295,196,000   1,474,909,000      (6,774,000)   1,468,135,000   1,474,909,000      (6,774,000)   1,468,135,000     179,713,000                0
Department of Parks and Recreation...........      35,615,000      42,770,000      (7,157,000)      35,613,000      42,770,000      (7,157,000)      35,613,000       7,155,000                0
Office on Aging..............................      19,915,000      20,787,000        (280,000)      20,507,000      20,787,000        (280,000)      20,507,000         872,000                0
Unemployment Compensation Fund...............       8,200,000       6,199,000               0        6,199,000       6,199,000               0        6,199,000      (2,001,000)               0
Disability Compensation Fund.................      28,086,000      27,959,000               0       27,959,000      27,959,000               0       27,959,000        (127,000)               0
Office of Human Rights.......................       1,651,000       2,179,000               0        2,179,000       2,179,000               0        2,179,000         528,000                0
Office on Latino Affairs.....................       2,879,000       4,069,000        (813,000)       3,256,000       4,069,000        (813,000)       3,256,000       1,190,000                0
Energy Office................................       5,177,000       6,017,000         (92,000)       5,925,000       6,017,000         (92,000)       5,925,000         840,000                0
Children and Youth Investment Fund...........               0       5,000,000               0        5,000,000       5,000,000               0        5,000,000       5,000,000                0
Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs.         207,000         213,000               0          213,000         213,000               0          213,000           6,000                0
Office of Veterans' Affairs..................         230,000         240,000               0          240,000         240,000               0          240,000          10,000                0
Medicaid and Special Education Reform Fund...               0      49,867,000               0       49,867,000               0               0                0               0     (49,867,000)
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      Total, Human Support Services..........   1,816,470,000   2,527,799,000     (31,502,000)   2,496,297,000   2,505,799,000     (31,502,000)   2,474,297,000     689,329,000    (22,000,000)
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                      DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES

    The Committee recommends a total of $447,202,000 and 2,051 
full-time equivalent positions (including $213,849,000 and 969 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of which 
$5,795,000 is from the Medicaid and Special Education Reform 
Fund, $231,567,000 and 1,082 full-time equivalent positions 
from Federal funds, and $1,786,000 from other funds) for the 
Department of Human Services for fiscal year 2003. In addition, 
the Department of Human Services expects to receive $6,608,000 
and 35 full-time equivalent positions from intra-District 
funds. The Department of Human Services provides comprehensive 
quality human services and develops social service policies and 
programs to foster the rehabilitation and self-sufficiency of 
District residents.

                    CHILD AND FAMILY SERVICES AGENCY

    The Committee recommends a total of $214,206,000 and 920 
full-time equivalent positions (including $126,752,000 and 610 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of which 
$7,072,000 is from the Medicaid and Special Education Reform 
Fund, $86,804,000 and 310 full-time equivalent positions from 
Federal funds, and $650,000 from other funds) for the Child and 
Family Services Agency for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Child and Family Services Agency expects to receive $9,778,000 
from intra-District funds. The mission of the Child and Family 
Services Agency is to promote the safety, permanence, and well-
being of children and families in the District of Columbia.

                      DEPARTMENT OF MENTAL HEALTH

    The Committee recommends a total of $237,663,000 and 2,161 
full-time equivalent positions (including $151,234,000 and 
1,501 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, of which 
$10,000,000 is from the Medicaid and Special Education Reform 
Fund, $67,100,000 and 638 full-time equivalent positions from 
Federal funds, and $19,329,000 and 22 full-time equivalent 
positions from other funds) for the Department of Mental Health 
for fiscal year 2003. The mission of the Department of Mental 
Health is to develop, support, and oversee a comprehensive, 
community-based, consumer-driven, culturally competent, quality 
mental health system that is responsive and accessible to 
children, youth, adults, and their families.

                          DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,468,135,000 and 
1,396 full-time equivalent positions (including $457,419,000 
and 472 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, 
$982,542,000 and 822 full-time equivalent positions from 
Federal funds, and $28,174,000 and 102 full-time equivalent 
positions from other funds) for the Department of Health for 
fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Department of Health expects 
to receive $6,774,000 and five full-time equivalent positions 
from intra-District funds. The mission of the Department of 
Health is to provide health assessment, assurance promotion, 
prevention and treatment, emergency services, and policy and 
leadership to residents of, and visitors to, the District of 
Columbia so they can be healthy and safe.

                   DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION

    The Committee recommends a total of $35,613,000 and 741 
full-time equivalent positions (including $33,257,000 and 658 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $2,356,000 
and 83 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
Department of Parks and Recreation for fiscal year 2003. In 
addition, the Department of Parks and Recreation expects to 
receive $7,157,000 and 168 full-time equivalent positions from 
intra-District funds. The Department of Parks and Recreation 
seeks to enhance the physical, mental, and social well-being of 
our children, youth, families, and individuals by providing 
quality, customer-focused leisure and recreation services in 
environmentally protected parks and safe, attractive 
facilities.

                            OFFICE ON AGING

    The Committee recommends a total of $20,507,000 and 23 
full-time equivalent positions (including $14,747,000 and 14 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $5,760,000 
and nine full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds) for 
the Office on Aging for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Office on Aging expects to receive $280,000 and three full-time 
equivalent positions from intra-District funds. The Office on 
Aging advocates, plans, implements, and monitors programs in 
health, education, employment, and social services to promote 
longevity, independence, dignity, and choice for the District's 
senior citizens.

                     UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION FUND

    The Committee recommends $6,199,000 from local funds for 
the Unemployment Compensation Fund for fiscal year 2003. The 
Unemployment Compensation Fund provides unemployment 
compensation benefits to former District government employees 
during periods of unemployment that are a result of separation 
through no fault of their own.

                      DISABILITY COMPENSATION FUND

    The Committee recommends $27,959,000 from local funds for 
the Disability Compensation Fund for fiscal year 2003. The 
Disability Compensation Fund aims to proactively integrate 
managed care principles with rehabilitation expertise in order 
to safely return employees to work, as soon as possible, reduce 
costs, and manage issues created by employees' work related 
injuries and/or illnesses.

                         OFFICE OF HUMAN RIGHTS

    The Committee recommends a total of $2,179,000 and 35 full-
time equivalent positions (including $2,073,000 and 35 full-
time equivalent positions from local funds and $106,000 from 
Federal funds) for the Office of Human Rights for fiscal year 
2003. The mission of the Office of Human Rights is to mediate, 
investigate, conciliate, prosecute, and address illegal 
discriminatory practices in employment, housing and commercial 
space, public accommodations, and educational institutions.

                        OFFICE ON LATINO AFFAIRS

    The Committee recommends $3,256,000 and 12 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office on Latino 
Affairs for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Office on Latino 
Affairs expects to receive $813,000 from intra-District funds. 
The Office on Latino Affairs ensures that a full range of 
health, education, employment, and social services are 
available to the Latino community in the District of Columbia.

                             ENERGY OFFICE

    The Committee recommends a total of $5,925,000 and 33 full-
time equivalent positions (including $432,000 and three full-
time equivalent positions from local funds, $4,801,000 and 21 
full-time equivalent positions from Federal funds, and $692,000 
and nine full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for 
the Energy Office for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the Energy 
Office expects to receive $92,000 and one full-time equivalent 
position from intra-District funds. The mission of the Energy 
Office is to help improve the District's quality of life and 
economic competitiveness by making the District of Columbia 
energy efficient. The Energy Office also helps low-income 
residents by providing energy assistance and conservation 
services.

                   CHILDREN AND YOUTH INVESTMENT FUND

    The Committee recommends $5,000,000 from local funds for 
the Children and Youth Investment Fund for fiscal year 2003. 
The mission of the Children and Youth Investment Fund is to 
provide funds to the Children and Youth Investment Trust 
Corporation, a non-profit agency that disburses grants to 
community-based service providers. The overarching purpose of 
the fund is to support a seamless approach toward the 
development of policy, planning, and service delivery for 
children, youth, and their families.

              OFFICE ON ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER AFFAIRS

    The Committee recommends $213,000 and three full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office on Asian 
and Pacific Islander Affairs for fiscal year 2003. The Office 
on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs seeks to ensure that a 
full range of health, education, employment, and social 
services are available to the Asian and Pacific Island 
community in the District of Columbia.

                      OFFICE OF VETERANS' AFFAIRS

    The Committee recommends $240,000 and three full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds for the Office of 
Veterans' Affairs for fiscal year 2003. The Office of Veterans' 
Affairs seeks to advocate for veterans and their dependents in 
obtaining their rights, privileges, and benefits; provides 
mandatory counsel and assistance to veterans and their 
dependents in acquiring Veterans Administration benefits and 
privileges.

               MEDICAID AND SPECIAL EDUCATION REFORM FUND

    The Committee recommends $49,867,000 of local funds 
available from debt service savings associated with the 
securitized Tobacco Settlement be used to establish a Medicaid 
and Special Education Reform Fund for the purpose of ensuring 
there are adequate resources available to support Medicaid 
costs and revenue shortfalls. The Committee has included 
$27,000,000 of this Fund in the Public Education System and 
$22,867,000 in Human Support Services, allocated as follows: 
$7,072,000 for the Child and Family Services Agency; $5,795,000 
for the Department of Human Services; and $10,000,000 for the 
Department of Mental Health.

                              Public Works

    The Committee recommends a total of $324,828,000 and 1,601 
full-time equivalent positions (including $309,834,000 and 
1,454 full-time equivalent positions from local funds, 
$4,669,000 from Federal funds, and $10,325,000 and 147 full-
time equivalent positions from other funds) for fiscal year 
2003 for the various departments, agencies, and activities 
funded through this appropriation. In addition, Public Works 
expects to receive $16,449,000 and 142 full-time equivalent 
positions from intra-District funds.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                          PUBLIC WORKS
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                                                  Approved FY       FY 2003                          FY 2003        Committee                     recommendation -------------------------------
                Agency/Activity                    2002 \1\         request      Intra-District   request less   recommendation   Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002         FY 2003
                                                                                                 intra-District                                      District        approved         request
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Department of Public Works....................     127,266,000     107,777,000     (16,248,000)      91,529,000     107,777,000     (16,248,000)      91,529,000    (19,489,000)               0
Department of Transportation..................               0      34,687,000        (201,000)      34,486,000      34,687,000        (201,000)      34,486,000      34,687,000               0
Department of Motor Vehicles..................      33,580,000      39,558,000               0       39,558,000      39,558,000               0       39,558,000       5,978,000               0
District of Columbia Taxicab Commission.......       1,442,000       1,534,000               0        1,534,000       1,534,000               0        1,534,000          92,000               0
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit                    83,000          90,000               0           90,000          90,000               0           90,000           7,000               0
 Commission...................................
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority     148,622,000     154,531,000               0      154,531,000     154,531,000               0      154,531,000       5,909,000               0
School Transit Subsidy........................       3,100,000       3,100,000               0        3,100,000       3,100,000               0        3,100,000               0               0
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      Total, Public Works.....................     314,093,000     341,277,000     (16,449,000)     324,828,000     341,277,000     (16,449,000)     324,828,000      27,184,000              0
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                       DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS

    The Committee recommends a total of $91,529,000 and 1,099 
full-time equivalent positions (including $89,287,000 and 1,059 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $2,242,000 
and 40 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
Department of Public Works for fiscal year 2003. In addition, 
the Department of Public Works expects to receive $16,248,000 
and 139 full-time equivalent positions from intra-District 
funds. The Department of Public Works seeks to help improve the 
quality of life in the District of Columbia and enhance the 
District's ability to compete for residents, business, tourism, 
and trade.

                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

    The Committee recommends a total of $34,486,000 and 130 
full-time equivalent positions (including $29,157,000 and 123 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds, $4,669,000 
from Federal funds, and $660,000 and seven full-time equivalent 
positions from other funds) for the Department of 
Transportation for fiscal year 2003. In addition, the 
Department of Transportation expects to receive $201,000 and 
three full-time equivalent positions from intra-District funds. 
The mission of the Department of Transportation is to provide 
reliable transportation facilities and services for residents, 
visitors, commuters, and businesses so they can move safely and 
efficiently, while enhancing quality of life and economic 
competitiveness.

                      department of motor vehicles

    The Committee recommends a total of $39,558,000 and 353 
full-time equivalent positions (including $32,852,000 and 256 
full-time equivalent positions from local funds and $6,706,000 
and 97 full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
Department of Motor Vehicles for fiscal year 2003. The 
Department of Motor Vehicles develops, administers, and 
enforces the vehicular laws of the District of Columbia to 
ensure public safety through the safe operation of motor 
vehicles.

                DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TAXICAB COMMISSION

    The Committee recommends a total of $1,534,000 and 19 full-
time equivalent positions (including $817,000 and 16 full-time 
equivalent positions from local funds and $717,000 and three 
full-time equivalent positions from other funds) for the 
District of Columbia Taxicab Commission for fiscal year 2003. 
The District of Columbia Taxicab Commission ensures that the 
public receives safe and reliable taxicab and other 
transportation services.

            WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT COMMISSION

    The Committee recommends $90,000 from local funds for the 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission for fiscal year 
2003. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission helps 
to assure that the public is provided passenger transportation 
services by licensing fit and financially responsible, 
privately owned for-hire carriers to serve the region.

             WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

    The Committee recommends $154,531,000 from local funds for 
the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority for fiscal 
year 2003. The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 
ensures safe, convenient, and cost-effective transit service 
within the District of Columbia and throughout the Washington 
metropolitan region.

                         SCHOOL TRANSIT SUBSIDY

    The Committee recommends $3,100,000 from local funds for 
the School Transit Subsidy for fiscal year 2003. The School 
Transit Subsidy ensures the safe passage of school children by 
subsidizing Metrobus and Metrorail ridership for eligible 
District of Columbia students.

                        Financing and Other Uses

    The Committee recommends a total of $514,452,000 from local 
funds for fiscal year 2003 for the various departments, 
agencies, and activities funded through these appropriation 
titles.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                    FINANCING AND OTHER USES
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                                                   Appoved FY        FY 2003                         FY 2003        Committee                    recommendation --------------------------------
                Agency/Activity                       2002           request     Intra-District   request less   recommendation  Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002          FY 2003
                                                                                                 intra-District                                     District         approved         request
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Reserve........................................     120,000,000      70,000,000               0      70,000,000      70,000,000               0      70,000,000     (50,000,000)               0
Reserve Relief.................................      30,000,000               0               0               0               0               0               0     (30,000,000)               0
Repayment of Loans and Interest................     247,902,000     267,451,000               0     267,451,000     267,451,000               0     267,451,000      19,549,000                0
Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt........      39,300,000      39,300,000               0      39,300,000      39,300,000               0      39,300,000               0                0
Payment of Interest on Short-Term Borrowing....         500,000       1,000,000               0       1,000,000       1,000,000               0       1,000,000         500,000                0
Certificates of Participation..................               0       7,950,000               0       7,950,000       7,950,000               0       7,950,000       7,950,000                0
Settlements and Judgments......................               0      22,822,000               0      22,822,000      22,822,000               0      22,822,000      22,822,000                0
Wilson Building................................       8,859,000       4,194,000               0       4,194,000       4,194,000               0       4,194,000      (4,665,000)               0
Workforce Investments..........................      42,896,000      54,186,000               0      54,186,000      54,186,000               0      54,186,000      11,290,000                0
Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund Transfer Payment.      33,254,000      10,000,000               0      10,000,000      10,000,000               0      10,000,000     (23,254,000)               0
Non-Department Agency..........................       5,799,000       5,799,000               0       5,799,000       5,799,000               0       5,799,000               0                0
Pay-As-You-Go Capital..........................               0      16,750,000               0      16,750,000      16,750,000               0      16,750,000      16,750,000                0
Emergency Planning and Security Costs..........     16,058,0000      15,000,000               0      15,000,000      15,000,000               0      15,000,000      (1,058,000)               0
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      Total, Financing and Other Uses..........     544,568,000     514,452,000               0     514,452,000     514,452,000               0     514,452,000     (30,116,000)               0
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                                RESERVE

    The Committee recommends $70,000,000 from local funds for a 
reserve as required by section 148 of the District of Columbia 
Appropriations Act, 2000. The reserve was established to 
protect the District against unforeseen expenditure needs and 
shortfalls in revenue.

                EMERGENCY AND CONTINGENCY RESERVE FUNDS

    The Committee recommends language to provide the District 
of Columbia with the authority to transfer local funds to the 
emergency reserve fund and the contingency reserve fund to meet 
the fiscal year 2003 minimum balance requirements for such 
funds.

                    REPAYMENT OF LOANS AND INTEREST

    The Committee recommends $267,451,000 from local funds for 
repayment of loans and interest. These funds are used for debt 
service costs on long-term general obligation bonds, which are 
associated with the District's borrowings to finance capital 
project expenditures of general fund agencies.

                REPAYMENT OF GENERAL FUND RECOVERY DEBT

    The Committee recommends $39,300,000 from local funds for 
Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt for fiscal year 2003. 
The Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt represents debt 
service associated with financing the District's $331,589,000 
accumulated deficit, as of end of fiscal year 1990.

              PAYMENT OF INTEREST ON SHORT-TERM BORROWING

    The Committee recommends $1,000,000 from local funds for 
the payment of interest and costs associated with borrowings to 
meet short-term seasonal cash needs.

                     CERTIFICATES OF PARTICIPATION

    The Committee recommends $7,950,000 from local funds for 
Certificates of Participation. These funds are used for debt 
service for semi-annual lease payments due on land for the One 
Judiciary Square building located at 441 4th Street, NW.

                       SETTLEMENTS AND JUDGMENTS

    The Committee recommends $22,822,000 from local funds for 
Settlements and Judgments. The mission of the settlements and 
judgments fund is to provide the fiscal resources to settle 
claims and lawsuits and pay judgments in all types of tort 
cases against the District of Columbia.

                            WILSON BUILDING

    The Committee recommends $4,194,000 from local funds for 
rent and security at the John A. Wilson Building.

                         WORKFORCE INVESTMENTS

    The Committee recommends $54,186,000 from local funds for 
Workforce Investments for fiscal year 2003. Workforce 
Investments include the estimated fiscal impact of compensation 
increases for fiscal years 2002 and 2003 for all District 
employees, union and nonunion.

                     TOBACCO SETTLEMENT TRUST FUND

    The Committee recommends $10,000,000 from local funds for 
the Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund for fiscal year 2003.

                        NON-DEPARTMENTAL AGENCY

    The Committee recommends $5,799,000 from local funds for 
the Non-Departmental Agency for fiscal year 2003. These funds 
are designed to account for costs that cannot be allocated to 
specific agencies during the development of the proposed 
budget.

                         PAY-AS-YOU-GO CAPITAL

    The Committee recommends $16,750,000 from local funds for 
Pay-As-You-Go Capital for fiscal year 2003, of which $5,000,000 
will be used as a contingency to cover unanticipated costs 
incurred by the Metropolitan Police Department, the Fire and 
Emergency Medical Services Department, the Department of 
Corrections, and the Child and Family Services Agency, 
$3,000,000 will be used for the University of the District of 
Columbia, $2,000,000 will be used for a substance abuse 
program, $1,000,000 will be used for a smoking cessation 
program if the Department of Mental Health cannot certify 
Medicaid providers by January 1, 2003, and the use of the 
remaining funds will be determined by the Mayor and Council on 
an as-needed basis.

                 EMERGENCY PLANNING AND SECURITY COSTS

    The Committee recommends $15,000,000 from Federal funds for 
Emergency Planning and Security Costs. These funds are to 
reimburse the District of Columbia and surrounding 
jurisdictions for costs associated with national special 
security events in the District of Columbia related to the 
presence of the Federal government and for response activities 
to immediate and specific terrorist threats or attacks in the 
District or surrounding jurisdictions.

                       Enterprise and Other Funds

    The Committee recommends a total of $661,914,000 and 114 
full-time equivalent positions from enterprise and other funds 
for fiscal year 2003 for the various departments, agencies, and 
activities funded through these appropriation titles.
    The recommended allocation by department, agency, and 
activity follows:

                                                                                   ENTERPRISE AND OTHER FUNDS
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                                                   Aproved FY        FY 2003                         FY 2003        Committee                    recommendation --------------------------------
                Agency/Activity                       2002           request     Intra-District   request less   recommendation  Intra-District    less intra-       FY 2002          FY 2003
                                                                                                 intra-District                                     District         approved         request
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Water and Sewer Authority......................     244,978,000     253,743,000               0     253,743,000     253,743,000               0     253,743,000       8,765,000                0
Washington Aqueduct............................      46,510,000      57,847,000               0      57,847,000      57,847,000               0      57,847,000      11,337,000                0
Stormwater Permit Compliance Enterprise Fund...       3,100,000       3,100,000               0       3,100,000       3,100,000               0       3,100,000               0                0
Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund...     229,688,000     232,881,000               0     232,881,000     232,881,000               0     232,881,000       3,193,000                0
Sports and Entertainment Commission............       9,627,000      15,510,000               0      15,510,000      15,510,000               0      15,510,000       5,883,000                0
District of Columbia Retirement Board..........      13,388,000      13,388,000               0      13,388,000      13,388,000               0      13,388,000               0                0
Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund...      57,278,000      78,700,000               0      78,700,000      78,700,000               0      78,700,000      21,422,000                0
Housing Finance Agency.........................       4,711,000               0               0               0               0               0               0      (4,711,000)               0
National Capital Revitalization Corporation....       2,673,000       6,745,000               0       6,745,000       6,745,000               0       6,745,000       4,072,000                0
                                                ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
      Total, Enterprise Funds..................     611,953,000     661,914,000               0     661,914,000     661,914,000               0     661,914,000      49,961,000                0
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                       WATER AND SEWER AUTHORITY

    The Committee recommends $253,743,000 from other funds for 
Water and Sewer Authority for fiscal year 2003. The Water and 
Sewer Authority delivers reliable potable water and wastewater 
collection services to the residents of the District of 
Columbia and wastewater treatment services that are essential 
for public health and safety for the District.
    The Committee recommends $342,458,000 for the Water and 
Sewer Authority's capital program. The projects are listed on 
pages 60 and 61 of this report.

                          WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT

    The Committee recommends $57,847,000 from other funds for 
the Washington Aqueduct for fiscal year 2003. The Washington 
Aqueduct collects, purifies, and pumps an adequate supply of 
potable water to the District of Columbia, Arlington County, 
and the City of Falls Church, Virginia.

              STORMWATER PERMIT COMPLIANCE ENTERPRISE FUND

    The Committee recommends $3,100,000 from other funds for 
the Stormwater Permit Compliance Enterprise Fund for fiscal 
year 2003. The mission of the Stormwater Permit Compliance 
Enterprise Fund is to ensure compliance with EPA requirements 
under the District's storm water permit issued in April 2000.

              LOTTERY AND CHARITABLE GAMES ENTERPRISE FUND

    The Committee recommends $232,881,000 and 100 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the Lottery and 
Charitable Games Enterprise Fund for fiscal year 2003. The 
Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund generates revenues 
for the general fund and regulates charitable games in order to 
support programs and services for the residents of the District 
of Columbia.

                  SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT COMMISSION

    The Committee recommends $15,510,000 from other funds for 
the Sports and Entertainment Commission for fiscal year 2003. 
The Sports and Entertainment Commission improves the quality of 
life and enhances economic development in the District by 
operating RFK Stadium, managing the non-military functions of 
the District of Columbia National Guard Armory, promoting the 
District as venue for sports and entertainment activities, and 
supporting youth recreational activities.

                 DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA RETIREMENT BOARD

    The Committee recommends $13,388,000 and 14 full-time 
equivalent positions from other funds for the District of 
Columbia Retirement Board for fiscal year 2003. The mission of 
the District of Columbia Retirement Board is to invest, 
control, and manage the assets of the District of Columbia 
Teachers' Retirement System and the District of Columbia Police 
Officers' and Fire Fighters' Retirement System.

              WASHINGTON CONVENTION CENTER ENTERPRISE FUND

    The Committee recommends $78,700,000 from other funds for 
the Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund for fiscal 
year 2003. The mission of the Washington Convention Center 
Enterprise Fund is to expand the revenue base of the District 
by promoting and hosting large national and international 
conventions and trade shows that bring hundreds of thousands of 
out-of-town delegates, exhibitors, and businesses to 
Washington, D.C.; and to provide expanded employment and 
business opportunities for residents of the District.

              NATIONAL CAPITAL REVITALIZATION CORPORATION

    The Committee recommends $6,745,000 from other funds for 
the National Capital Revitalization Corporation for fiscal year 
2003. The mission of the National Capital Revitalization 
Corporation is to spur economic development throughout the 
District of Columbia, primarily in neighborhoods of need.

                             Capital Outlay

    The Committee recommends a net increase of $666,367,780 for 
fiscal years 2003-2008 (consisting of $284,105,868 from local 
funds, $334,130,057 in Federal grants, and $48,131,855 from the 
highway trust fund). Included under the appropriation heading 
Water and Sewer is $342,458,000 for fiscal year 2003 capital 
outlay.
    The following is a list of project recommended by the 
Committee:

                         CAPITAL OUTLAY PROGRAM
                        [In thousands of dollars]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       FY 2003-2008      Recommendation
                                         request          FY 2003-2008
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Office of Contracts and
 Procurement:
    Material Management System....          (170,561)          (170,561)
    PMIS Enhancement..............           (95,999)           (95,999)
    IT Initiative.................           (85,095)          (85,0955)
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Contracts            (351,655)          (351,655)
       and Procurement............
                                   =====================================
Office of the Chief Technology
 Officer:
    Unified Communication Center..       (31,873,211)       (31,873,211)
    Unified Communications Center--                0         19,148,000
     Federal Payment..............
    Citywide Enterprise Resource          33,300,000         33,300,000
     Planning (ERP)...............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the Chief           1,426,789         20,574,789
       Technology Officer.........
                                   =====================================
Office of Property Management:
    D.C. Armory...................        (5,000,000)        (5,000,000)
    Georgia Avenue Revitalization.           800,000            800,000
    D.C. Warehouse, electrical             1,440,000          1,440,000
     upgrade and fire suppression.
    Asbestos Abatement, various             (525,000)          (525,000)
     District Buildings...........
    Condition Assessment of                 (159,080)          (159,080)
     District Owned Buildings.....
    Renovation Old Juvenile Court         (4,000,103)        (4,000,103)
     Building.....................
    Recorder of Deeds, complete              160,000            160,000
     modernizatioin...............
    Renovate Tivoli Theatre.......           600,000            600,000
    Department of Motor Vehicle           (1,100,000)        (1,100,000)
     Facility.....................
    Government Centers St.                  (506,000)          (506,000)
     Elizabeths Hospital..........
    Improve Property Management           (4,897,000)        (4,897,000)
     System (ITS).................
    Park Road Police Substation...          (500,000)          (500,000)
    Government Centers--New DOES/         11,500,000         11,500,000
     DHS Facility.................
    Government Centers--Anacostia          2,500,000          2,500,000
     Gateway (FEMS)...............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Property              312,817            312,817
       Management.................
                                   =====================================
Office of the Chief Financial
 Officer:
    Facility Consolidaiton--site          18,000,000         18,000,000
     acquisition..................
    CAPPS.........................        (7,408,000)        (7,408,000)
    Fin. Con. System Improvement--         6,365,000          6,365,000
     Budget System Module.........
    DW(ARTI/OAO) Implementation--          7,350,000          7,350,000
     Infrastructure Improvements..
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the Chief          24,307,000         24,307,000
       Financial Officer..........
                                   =====================================
Office of Planning:
    Public Planning Funds--Initial         3,650,000          3,650,000
     Project Development Funds....
    Eastern Market Renovations--                   0            150,000
     Federal Payment..............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of Planning...         3,650,000          3,800,000
                                   =====================================
Office of Zoning:
    Former Council Chambers Build-           350,000            350,000
     Out..........................
                                   =====================================
Department of Housing and
 Community Development:
    Ft. Lincoln Utility...........        (2,500,000)        (2,500,000)
    Affordable Housing............        (9,176,000)        (9,176,000)
    Renovate Lincoln Theatre......           100,000            100,000
    Neighborhood Revitalization--         (3,000,000)        (3,000,000)
     Columbia Heights.............
    Waterfront Improvements--                      0          1,000,000
     Federal Payment..............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Housing       (14,576,000)       (13,576,000)
       and Community Development..
                                   =====================================
Metropolitan Police Department:
    Information Technology                (1,762,624)        (1,762,624)
     Initiative...................
    General Improvements Rehab            (2,398,158)        (2,398,158)
     Initiative MPD...............
    Property Streamlining--Fleet          (2,980,000)        (2,980,000)
     Facility.....................
    Property Streamlining--Sod            (4,000,000)        (4,000,000)
     Facility.....................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Metropolitan Police         (11,140,782)       (11,140,782)
       Department.................
                                   =====================================
Fire and Emergency Medical
 Services:
    Underground Fuel Storage Tank            (57,707)           (57,707)
     Removal......................
    Communications Systems Upgrade         4,000,000          4,000,000
     and Replacement..............
    Engine 25--Complete Renovation/        1,741,883          1,741,883
     Modernization................
    Engine 28--Complete Renovation/        1,518,145          1,518,145
     Modernization................
    Communications--Electrical            (1,475,000)        (1,475,000)
     Systems......................
    Communications--Structural              (525,000)          (525,000)
     Work.........................
    Repair, renovate and                           0          2,000,000
     rehabilitate, Fire Stations--
     Federal Payment..............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Fire and Emergency            5,202,321          7,202,321
       Medical Services...........
                                   =====================================
Department of Corrections:
    General Renovation of Cell            (3,000,000)        (3,000,000)
     Doors and Motors.............
    General Renovation Upgrade              (400,000)          (400,000)
     Central Security Command
     Center.......................
    Rehabilitation of Building 25         (2,337,000)        (2,337,000)
     DCGH Camp....................
    Renovations at CDF--Emergency            947,000            947,000
     Power System Upgrades........
    Renovations at CDF--Staff and          1,000,000          1,000,000
     Visitors Entrance
     Reconfiguration..............
    Renovation at CDF--Elevator            1,184,000          1,184,000
     Replacement..................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of                (2,606,000)        (2,606,000)
       Corrections................
                                   =====================================
Office of the Chief Medical
 Examiner:
    Forensic Lab..................       (68,500,000)       (68,500,000)
    Forensic Lab--Federal Payment.                 0          5,000,000
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office of the Chief         (68,500,000)       (63,500,000)
       Medical Examiner...........
                                   =====================================
D.C. Courts:
    Central Recording System......        (3,617,262)        (3,617,262)
    General Improvements Various            (649,744)          (649,744)
     D.C. Court Buildings.........
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, D.C. Courts..........        (4,267,006)        (4,267,006)
                                   =====================================
District of Columbia Public
 Schools:
    Bell Lincoln High.............         7,800,000          7,800,000
    McKinley Technical High.......         6,302,000          6,302,000
    Patterson Elementary..........         9,270,000          9,270,000
    Kelly Miller Middle...........        14,494,000         14,494,000
    Maintenance Improvements--               784,000            784,000
     Emergency Projects...........
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, District of Columbia         38,650,000         38,650,000
       Public Schools.............
                                   =====================================
University of the District of
 Columbia:
    Vocational Education Skills              800,000            800,000
     Training Center..............
    UDC Van Ness II--U08 Phase D..          (223,349)          (223,349)
    Renovate Academic Laboratory..        (3,922,233)        (3,922,223)
    Architectural Barrier Removal           (409,226)          (409,226)
     Various Location UDC.........
    Roof Replacement/Water Damage            (51,418)           (51,418)
     Repair UDC Garage............
    Elevator and Control System           (1,000,000)        (1,000,000)
     Replacement..................
    Renovate Water Heating System           (945,092)          (945,092)
     UDC..........................
    Physical Plant Chiller/Heating          (400,000)          (400,000)
     System UDC...................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, University of the            (6,151,318)        (6,151,318)
       District of Columbia.......
                                   =====================================
6,151,318D.C. School of Law:
    D.C. School of Law--LS2 Phase             (1,525)            (1,525)
     B............................
    D.C. School of Law--LS2 Phase           (335,305)          (335,305)
     C............................
    D.C. School of Law--LS2 Phase           (187,520)          (187,520)
     D............................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, D.C. School of Law...          (524,350)          (524,350)
                                   =====================================
Public Libraries:
    Asbestos Abatement, various             (601,723)          (601,723)
     branch libraries.............
    Rehabilitation of Elevators,          (1,500,000)        (1,500,000)
     various branches.............
    Martin Luther King Memorial           (2,500,000)        (2,500,000)
     Library......................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Public Library.......        (4,601,723)        (4,601,723)
                                   =====================================
Commission on the Arts:
    Public Arts Fund:
        Downtown Initiatives......           165,000            165,000
        Mt. Vernon Square.........           276,691            276,691
        East of the River Projects           151,000            151,000
        Avalon Theatre............            50,000             50,000
        Takoma Theatre............            50,000             50,000
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Commission on the               692,691            692,691
       Arts.......................
                                   =====================================
Department of Human Services:
    General Renovation Unit 6, Oak       (13,227,451)       (13,227,451)
     Hill Youth Center............
    Bundy School Upgrade--Ceiling,         1,500,000          1,500,000
     life safety code, ADA
     compliance...................
    CCNV--plumbing fixtures.......           900,000            900,000
    Crummell School...............         3,300,000          3,300,000
    Randall School................         2,230,000          2,300,000
    Information Technology--               5,515,000          5,515,000
     replacement of Automated
     Determination System (ACEDS).
    Information Technology--Client         1,062,000          1,062,000
     Eligibility Determination
     Systems (ACEDS)..............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Human           1,279,549          1,279,549
       Services...................
                                   =====================================
Department of Health:
    Gayle School--Child Advocacy           7,298,000          7,298,000
     Center Modernization.........
    Elevator Renovation...........          (400,000)          (400,000)
    Facility Renovation Step-Down            (13,000)           (13,000)
     Telemetry UN.................
    Facility Renovation Telemetry.          (300,000)          (300,000)
    Electrical Modernization......          (300,000)          (300,000)
    New Facility Construction             (1,198,000)        (1,198,000)
     Anacostia....................
    Mechanical Renovations........          (312,000)          (312,000)
    Roof Replacement..............          (750,000)          (750,000)
    Boiler Plant Renovations......        (1,500,000)        (1,500,000)
    Pax System....................        (1,800,000)        (1,800,000)
    Public Health Improvements....       (10,000,000)       (10,000,000)
    Renovate D.C. Morgue..........          (154,789)          (154,789)
    Renovate Detoxification Clinic        (3,010,741)        (3,010,741)
     at D.C. General..............
    JB Johnson Facility--                  2,600,000          2,600,000
     Modernization/Renovations....
    Information Technology                25,000,000         25,000,000
     Initiative--HPAA Consortium..
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Health.        15,159,470         15,159,470
                                   =====================================
Department of Mental Health
 Services:
    Roof Replacement..............           600,000            600,000
    New S.E.H. Inpatient Center...        (1,650,000)        (1,650,000)
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Mental         (1,050,000)        (1,050,000)
       Health Services............
                                   =====================================
Department of Parks and
 Recreation:
    Riggs/LaSalle Recreation               4,803,000          4,803,000
     Center.......................
    Lamond Recreation Center......         4,432,000          4,432,000
    Roper/Deanwood Recreation              5,400,000          5,400,000
     Center.......................
    Hillcrest Recreation Center...         2,558,000          2,558,000
    General Improvement Playcourt/           (43,003)           (43,003)
     Ballfields...................
    Chevy Chase Recreation                   (69,508)           (69,508)
     Rehabilitation...............
    Southeast Tennis and Learning             (5,057)            (5,057)
     Center.......................
    Expansion of Hillcrest Center.        (1,000,000)        (1,000,000)
    Fort Stanton..................        (2,300,000)        (2,300,000)
    Joe Cole Recreation Center....        (1,324,150)        (1,324,150)
    Anacostia Recreation Center...        (1,297,840)        (1,297,840)
    Districtwide Property                 (1,200,000)        (1,200,000)
     Improvements.................
    Pool Replacements.............        (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)
    Infrastructure Improvements...          (600,000)          (600,000)
    General Improvements..........          (120,000)          (120,000)
    Renovation of Ball Fields and         (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)
     Lighting.....................
    Park Lighting.................        (5,800,000)        (5,800,000)
    Watkins Recreation Center.....          (299,340)          (299,340)
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Parks            (865,898)          (865,898)
       and Recreation.............
                                   =====================================
Office on Aging:
    Ward 1 Senior Wellness Center.        (1,000,000)        (1,000,000)
    Ward 2 Senior Wellness Center.        (1,000,000)        (1,000,000)
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Office on Aging......        (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)
                                   =====================================
Department of Public Works:
    Rehab of Ft. Totten Transfer          (4,090,000)        (4,090,000)
     Station......................
    Benning Road Solid Waste              (1,460,036)        (1,460,036)
     Transfer.....................
    SWMA Roof Rehabilitation, 900            (65,282)           (65,282)
     NJ Avenue S.E................
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Public         (5,615,318)        (5,615,318)
       Works......................
                                   =====================================
Department of Transportation:
    Streetlight Maintenance and             (700,000)          (700,000)
     Replacement..................
    Public Safety Traffic Signal            (650,000)          (650,000)
     Improvements.................
    Streetlight Series Circuit             8,000,000          8,000,000
     Conversion...................
    Citywide Streetlight Upgrade..         3,850,000          3,850,000
    Streetlight and Traffic Pole           5,900,000          5,900,000
     Painting.....................
    Streetlight Replacement                3,310,775          3,310,775
     Contract.....................
    Streetlight Maintenance.......        18,200,000         18,200,000
    Citywide Sidewalk/Curb & Alley        (2,000,000)        (2,000,000)
     improvements.................
    New/Repair Curbs, Sidewalks           24,000,000         24,000,000
     and Alleys...................
    Rehabilitation Scoping and             1,200,000          1,200,000
     Development..................
    Historic Alley Rehabilitation.        11,000,000         11,000,000
    Pavement Markings and Traffic           (300,000)          (300,000)
     Calming......................
    Citywide Slurry Seal and                (300,000)          (300,000)
     Pavement Res. (In-House).....
    Street Repair Equipment and             (500,000)          (500,000)
     Technology...................
    Pavement Marking and Traffic           6,000,000          6,000,000
     Calming......................
    Street Maintenance Equipment/         10,000,000         10,000,000
     Technology...................
    Tree Trimming.................        15,000,000         15,000,000
    Dead & Hazardous Tree Removal.         4,410,660          4,410,660
    Elm Injection with Alamo......           275,000            275,000
    Tree Planting.................         9,040,000          9,040,000
    Advance Design, Contract Dev.           (750,000)          (750,000)
     and Closeout.................
    Advances Design and Project            6,000,000          6,000,000
     Development..................
    Roadway Reconstruction........        (3,065,954)        (3,065,954)
    Fort Lincoln Streetscape......        (3,000,000)        (3,000,000)
    Mt. Pleasant Retaining Wall...            (5,000)            (5,000)
    Economic Development                    (800,000)          (800,000)
     Initiatives..................
    Roadway Reconstruction........         1,546,250          1,546,250
    Roadway Improvements Hope VI..         7,231,250          7,231,250
    ``M'' SE Streetscape                   3,047,500          3,047,500
     Improvements.................
    Local Parking Studies.........         2,110,000          2,110,000
    Make a Diff. Walk                        841,250            841,250
     Commemorative Pavers CBD.....
    Local Street Traffic Studies..         2,910,000          2,910,000
    Marshall Heights Streetscape           3,110,000          3,110,000
     Improvements.................
    Neighborhood Streetscape              12,733,462         12,733,462
     Improvements.................
    Neighborhood Streetscape              (3,021,040)        (3,021,040)
     Initiatives..................
    Neighborhood Streetscape......        (3,459,040)        (3,459,040)
    Local Pavement Restoration....        29,266,901         29,266,901
    Local Reconstruction,                 33,017,230         33,017,230
     Resurfacing & Upgrading......
    Street Light System Upgrade...        15,699,000         15,699,000
    Street Light Series Circuit           10,466,000         10,466,000
     Conversion...................
    Public Space Enhancements--            2,493,500          2,493,500
     Vest Pocket Park Improvements
    Traffic Congestion Mitigation--        4,110,000          4,110,000
     Citywide.....................
    Professional Capacity Building           426,250            426,250
     Strategy.....................
    Disadvantaged Business                   540,000            540,000
     Enterprise Program...........
    Traffic Safety Studies........        14,550,000         14,550,000
    Traffic Calming Measures......         3,040,000          3,040,000
    Fire Station Safety Project...         4,682,500          4,682,500
    Continuous Shoulder Rumble               970,000            970,000
     Strips Interstate Freeway
     System.......................
    Roadway Safety Training                1,395,000          1,395,000
     Certification................
    Update D.C. Work Zone Control            291,250            291,250
     Manual.......................
    Key Bridge Over Potomac River          6,196,250          6,196,250
     (Bridge No. 7)...............
    Repainting of Chain Bridge             4,741,250          4,741,250
     over Potomac River (Bridge
     No. 1).......................
    Demolition of Abandoned RR             6,235,000          6,235,000
     Bridge over Kenilworth
     Avenue, PEPCO Plant..........
    Kenilworth Avenue, N.E. Lane          13,924,500         13,924,500
     Place to DC/MD Line..........
    Corridor Tree Improvement Plan           688,000            688,000
    Hot Thermoplastic Pavement               533,000            533,000
     Marking Contr................
    Corridor Signing..............           377,500            377,500
    Integrated Traffic Management        121,282,500        121,282,500
     System (ITMS) STP............
    Traffic Signal Maintenance            34,546,616         34,546,616
     Contract (NHS)...............
    Reconstruction of 4th Street,          4,928,750          4,928,750
     SW., between Eye and M
     Streets (Waterside Mall).....
    Wheelchair/Bicycle Ramps                 688,000            688,000
     (Wards 1-8)..................
    Bicycle Racks on Metrobus.....           700,000            700,000
    Integrated Rideshare..........           392,997            392,997
    Telecommute Project...........           310,261            310,261
    Commuter Operations Center....         1,145,012          1,145,012
    Employer Outreach.............           722,126            722,126
    Guaranteed Ride Home..........         1,239,937          1,239,937
    Mass Marketing Campaign.......           471,000            471,000
    Mt. Vernon Triangle                    4,728,750          4,728,750
     Streetscape Improvements.....
    H Street, NE Streetscape               5,940,000          5,940,000
     Improvements.................
    State Planning and Research           15,269,613         15,269,613
     Program......................
    Research Development and               4,750,000          4,750,000
     Technology...................
    Outyears Metropolitan Planning         8,888,067          8,888,067
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            5,441,459          5,441,459
     Upgrading Ward 1.............
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/           10,457,754         10,457,754
     Upgrading Ward 2.............
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            2,595,039          2,595,039
     Upgrading Wards 1 & 2........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/              508,516            508,516
     Upgrading Wards 1 & 2 NHS....
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            3,783,124          3,783,124
     Upgrading Ward 3 East........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            2,748,317          2,748,317
     Upgrading Ward 3 West........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            1,068,288          1,068,288
     Upgrading Ward 3 West NHS....
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            3,567,491          3,567,491
     Upgrading Ward 4.............
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            1,513,667          1,513,667
     Upgrading Ward 4 West NHS....
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            1,234,415          1,234,415
     Upgrading Wards 3 & 4........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/              143,344            143,344
     Upgrading Wards 3 & 4 NHS....
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            1,359,526          1,359,526
     Upgrading Ward 5 NHS.........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            6,667,135          6,667,135
     Upgrading Ward 5.............
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            2,895,496          2,895,496
     Upgrading Boundary Streets
     NHS Ward 6...................
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            4,183,919          4,183,919
     Upgrading Ward 6.............
    Pavement Restoration Wards 5 &            71,916             71,916
     6 NHS........................
    Pavement Restoration/Boundary          1,050,035          1,050,035
     Wards 5 & 6..................
    Pavement Restoration Ward 7              322,668            322,668
     NHS..........................
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/              629,641            629,641
     Upgrading Ward 7.............
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/              178,791            178,791
     Upgrading Ward 7 NHS.........
    Reconstruction/Resurfacing/            2,091,354          2,091,354
     Upgrading Ward 8.............
    Pavement Restoration/Boundary          2,006,582          2,006,582
     Wards 7 & 8..................
    Scoping and Development STP...         1,085,000          1,085,000
    Bike Station Feasibility Study            93,000             93,000
    Klingle Road Bicycle Facility.         1,904,805          1,904,805
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of               558,413,155        558,413,155
       Transportation.............
                                   =====================================
Department of Motor Vehicle:
    Motor Vehicle Information               (373,962)          (373,962)
     System, Municipal............
    Motor Vehicle Information              3,150,000          3,150,000
     System--Destiny
     Implementation...............
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Department of Motor           2,776,038          2,776,038
       Vehicles...................
                                   =====================================
Washington Metropolitan Area
 Transit Authority:
    Metrobus--Replacement.........        16,400,000         16,400,000
    Metrobus--System Access/              53,100,000         53,100,000
     capacity Program (SAP).......
    Metrorail Rehab...............        39,600,000         39,600,000
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Washington                  109,100,000        109,100,000
       Metropolitan Area Transit
       Authority..................
                                   =====================================
      Total, Capital Outlay.......       639,069,780        666,367,780
                                   =====================================
    General Fund..................        71,126,631         71,126,631
    Local Street Maintenance Fund.       212,979,238        212,979,238
    Highway Trust Fund............        48,131,855         48,131,855
    Federal Grants and Payments...       306,832,057        334,130,057
                                   =====================================
Water and Sewer Enterprise Fund:
    Blue Plains Wastewater               213,669,000        213,669,000
     Treatment....................
    Sewer Collection System.......        24,539,000         24,539,000
    Combined Sewer System.........         6,561,000          6,561,000
    Combined Sewer Overflow                        0         50,000,000
     Control Project, Federal
     Payment......................
    Stormwater....................         5,635,000          5,635,000
    Water System..................        34,054,000         34,054,000
    Capital Equipment.............         8,000,000          8,000,000
                                   -------------------------------------
      Total, Water and Sewer             292,458,000        342,458,000
       Enterprise Fund............
                                   =====================================
      Grand Total, Capital Outlay.       931,527,780      1,008,825,780
------------------------------------------------------------------------

                           General Provisions

    The Committee has retained several of the general 
provisions carried in last year's bill. These include sections 
101, 102, 103, 104, 106, 109, 110, 114, 116, 117, 118, 119, 
120, 121, 122, 124, 125, 126, 127, 129, 131, and 132. The 
Committee also recommends making permanent several general 
provisions that have been included in the bill for years. These 
include sections 105, 108, 113, 115, and 128.
    The Committee has not approved the deletion of parts (b) 
and (c) of Sec. 107, which authorizes the use of local funds to 
carry out lobbying activities on any matter other than the 
promotion or support of any boycott for statehood for the 
District of Columbia or voting representation in Congress for 
the District of Columbia.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of parts (b), (c), 
(d), and (e) of Sec. 111. Parts (b), (d), and (e) amended other 
Acts and are no longer needed and part (c) was addressed in the 
fiscal year 2002 supplemental appropriations bill.
    The Committee recommends a modification to Sec. 112 to 
require the Mayor to submit new fiscal year 2003 revenue 
estimates by the end of the first quarter to the Committees on 
Appropriations of the House of Representatives and Senate in 
addition to the Council.
    The Committee recommends the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 121), which required the Board of Education or 
its successor, and District of Columbia Public Schools to 
assess or evaluate a student who may have a disability and 
place the student in an appropriate program of special 
education within 120 days after the student is referred for the 
evaluation or assessment.
    The Committee recommends the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 122) regarding Compliance With Buy American 
Act.
    The Committee has combined two general provisions (Sec. 124 
and Sec. 132) into Sec. 123 (a) and (b).
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 130 to conform 
requirement dates for the emergency and contingency reserve 
funds.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 130), which appropriated $100,000 to the 
Metropolitan Police Department, effective upon the enactment by 
the District of a law banning the possession of tobacco 
products by minors.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 134) regarding a one-time request from the City 
Council related to Integrated Product Team.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 136) amending the Home Rule Act to increase the 
salary of the Council Chairman.
    The Committee recommends the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 137) regarding Risk Management for Settlements 
and Judgments.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 138) waiving the period of Congressional review 
for the Closing of Portions of 2nd and N Streets, N.E. and 
Alley System in Square 710 Act.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 140) regarding attorneys' fees and submission 
of a report detailing awards in judgment rendered for 
attorneys' fees.
    The Committee has approved the deletion of the general 
provision (Sec. 141) requiring the Comptroller General to 
submit a report detailing the awards in judgment rendered in 
excess of the special education attorney fee cap.
    The Committee has not approved a new general provision 
proposed by the President that would impose an attorneys' fee 
cap for fiscal year 2003.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 133 prohibiting any 
Federal funds from being transferred to any department, agency, 
or instrumentality of the United States Government, except 
pursuant to a transfer made by, or transfer authority provided 
in, this Act or any other appropriation Act.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 134 requiring that all 
funds from the Crime Victims Compensation Fund designated for 
outreach activities be deposited in the Crime Victims 
Assistance Fund for purposes of outreach activities.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 135 requiring the 
District of Columbia Courts to transfer to the D.C. Treasury 
all fines levied and collected by the Courts in cases charging 
Driving Under the Influence and Driving While Impaired. The 
funds shall remain available until expended and shall be used 
by the Office of the Corporation Counsel for enforcement and 
prosecution of District traffic alcohol laws.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 136 requiring that 
after the adoption of the annual budget for a fiscal year that 
is not a control year, the Mayor submit a request for 
reprogramming to the Chief Financial Officer, the Chief 
Financial Officer transmit to the Council a statement 
certifying the availability of the funds for such 
reprogramming, and Council approval.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 137 allowing funds 
appropriated in this act to any agency to be transferred to the 
Office of Labor Relations and Collective Bargaining to pay for 
representation by the Office of Labor Relations and Collective 
Bargaining in third-party cases, grievances, and dispute 
resolution.
    The Committee recommends a new Sec. 138 requiring a 
balanced budget bill.

    Appropriations Can Be Used Only for the Purposes for Which Made

    Title 31 of the United States Code makes clear that 
appropriations can be used only for the purposes for which they 
were appropriated as follows:
    Section 1301. Application.
    (a) Appropriations shall be applied only to the objects for 
which the appropriations were made except as otherwise provided 
by law.

                          Rescission of Funds

    Pursuant to clause 1(b) of rule X of the House of 
Representatives, the Committee reports that rescissions of 
prior year budget authority are recommended in the accompanying 
bill under the heading ``Capital Outlay'', as requested.

                        Constitutional Authority

    Clause 3(d)(4) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives states that:

          Each report of a committee on a bill or joint 
        resolution of a public character, shall include a 
        statement citing the specific powers granted to the 
        Congress in the Constitution to enact the law proposed 
        by the bill or joint resolution.

    The Committee on Appropriations bases its authority to 
report this legislation on the following:
    Clause 17 of Section 8 of Article I of the Constitution of 
the United States of America which states:

          The Congress shall have Power * * * To exercise 
        exclusive Legislation in all Cases whatsoever, over 
        such District (not exceeding ten Miles square) as may, 
        by Cession of particular States, and the Acceptance of 
        Congress, become the Seat of the Government of the 
        United States * * *.

    And Clause 7 of Section 9 of Article I of the Constitution 
of the United States which states:

          No money shall be drawn from the Treasury but in 
        consequence of Appropriations made by law * * *.

    Appropriations contained in this Act are made pursuant to 
these specific powers granted by the Constitution.

                   Comparison With Budget Resolution

    Clause 3(c)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives requires an explanation of compliance with 
section 308(a)(1)(A) of the Congressional Budget and 
Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-344), as 
amended, requires that the report accompanying a bill providing 
new budget authority contain a statement detailing how the 
authority compares with the reports submitted under section 302 
of the Act for the most recently agreed to concurrent 
resolution on the budget for the fiscal year from the 
Committee's section 302(b) allocation. This information 
follows:

                                            [In millions of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                  302(b) allocation            This bill--
                                                             ---------------------------------------------------
                                                                 Budget                    Budget
                                                               authority     Outlays     authority     Outlays
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Discretionary...............................................          517          582          517      \1\ 583
Mandatory...................................................  ...........  ...........  ...........  ...........
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Prior to consideration of the bill by the House, the Committee intends to adjust the subcommittee's 302(b)
  allocation to reflect the reported bill.

                    Five-Year Projection of Outlays

    In compliance with section 308(a)(1)(B) of the 
Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act of 1974 (Public Law 
93-344), as amended, the following table provided by the 
Congressional Budget Office contains 5-year projections of the 
outlays associated with the budget authority provided in the 
accompanying bill:

Federal funds

        Item and fiscal year                                      Amount
Budget authority in bill................................             517
Outlays:
    2003................................................             471
    2004................................................              41
    2005................................................               6
    2006................................................................
    2007................................................................

    The bill provides no new revenues or tax expenditures, and 
will have no effect on budget authority, tax expenditures, 
direct loan obligations, or primary loan guarantee commitments 
available under existing law for fiscal year 2003 and beyond.

          Financial Assistance to State and Local Governments

    In accordance with section 308(a)(1)(C) of the 
Congressional Budget and Impoundment Act of 1974 (Public Law 
93-344), as amended, the Committee is required to report new 
budget authority and outlays provided for financial assistance 
to State and local governments. The accompanying bill contains 
Federal funding as follows:

        Item                                              Recommendation
New fiscal year 2003 budget authority...................             363
Fiscal year 2003 outlays resulting therefrom............             344

                           Transfers of Funds

    Clause 3(f)(2) of rule XIII of the Rules of the House of 
Representatives requires that the report include information 
describing the transfer of funds recommended in the 
accompanying bill.
    1. The Committee has included language transferring 
$23,070,000 from the Court Services and Offender Supervision 
Agency to the Public Defender Service.

               Changes in the Application of Existing Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following statements are 
submitted describing the effect of provisions in the 
accompanying bill which might be construed, under some 
circumstances, as directly or indirectly changing the 
application of existing law.
    1. Language under ``Federal Payment for Resident Tuition 
Support'' provides that the amount appropriated shall remain 
available until expended.
    2. Language under ``Federal Payment for Emergency Planning 
and Security Costs'' provides that the amount appropriated 
shall remain available until expended.
    3. Language under `Federal Payment to the District of 
Columbia Courts'' provides that all amounts under this heading 
shall be apportioned quarterly by the Office of Management and 
Budget and obligated and expended in the same manner as funds 
appropriated for salaries and expenses of other Federal 
agencies, with payroll and financial services to be provided on 
a contractual basis with the General Services Administration. 
Language is also included to allow funds made available for 
capital improvements to remain available until September 30, 
2004.
    4. Language under ``Defender Services in the District of 
Columbia Courts'' provides that the amount appropriated shall 
remain available until expended. Language is also included to 
provide that all amounts under this heading shall be 
apportioned quarterly by the Office of Management and Budget 
and obligated and expended in the same manner as funds 
appropriated for salaries and expenses of other Federal 
agencies, with payroll and financial services to be provided on 
a contractual basis with the General Services Administration.
    5. Language under ``Federal Payment to the Court Services 
and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia'': 
(1) provides that all amounts under this heading shall be 
apportioned quarterly by the Office of Management and Budget 
and obligated and expended in the same manner as funds 
appropriated for salaries and expenses of other Federal 
agencies, with payroll and financial services to be provided on 
a contractual basis with the General Services Administration; 
(2) allows the Director to acquire by purchase, lease, 
condemnation, or donation, and renovate as necessary, Building 
Number 17, 1900 Massachusetts Avenue, Southeast, with funds 
made available for this purpose in Public Law 107-96; and (3) 
authorizes the Director to accept and use gifts to support 
offender and defendant programs and equipment and vocational 
training services to educate and train offenders and 
defendants.
    6. Language under ``Federal Payment for Special Education'' 
provides that the amount appropriated shall remain available 
until expended.
    7. Language under ``Federal Payment to the District of 
Columbia Water and Sewer Authority'' provides that the amount 
appropriated shall remain available until expended.
    8. Language under ``Federal Payment to the District of 
Columbia for Capital Development'' provides that the amount 
appropriated shall remain available until expanded.
    9. Language under ``Governmental Direction and Support'' 
provides that program fees collected from the issuance of bonds 
or other debt instruments shall be available for the payment of 
expenses of the District's debt management program. Language is 
also included that provides the Office of the Chief Technology 
Officer with delegated small purchase authority of $500,000 and 
waiving the requirement to submit to any other procurement 
review process.
    10. Language under ``Public Safety and Justice'' authorizes 
the Mayor to reimburse the District of Columbia National Guard 
for expenses incurred in connection with emergency services 
performed by the Guard as the request of the Mayor and provides 
that the availability of these funds is to be considered as 
constituting payment in advance for the emergency services 
involved.
    11. Language under ``Public Education System'': (1) 
provides that the evaluation process and instruments for 
evaluating District of Columbia Public School employees shall 
be a non-negotiable item for collective bargaining purposes; 
(2) allows 10 percent of the total amount provided for public 
schools and the University of the District of Columbia in the 
proposed budget for fiscal year 2004 to be appropriated on July 
1, 2003 and such amount shall be chargeable against the final 
amount provided in the fiscal year 2004 appropriations Act; (3) 
provides that local funding made available for an audit of the 
student enrollment of each District of Columbia public school 
and public charter school shall remain available until June 30, 
2004; (4) allows 25 percent of the total amount provided for 
public charter schools in the proposed budget for fiscal year 
2004 to be appropriated on July 1, 2003 and such amount shall 
be chargeable against the final amount provided in the fiscal 
year 2004 appropriations Act; (5) requires the Board of 
Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia to 
establish a tuition rate for non-resident students at a level 
no lower than the rate for non-resident students at comparable 
public institutions of higher education in the metropolitan 
area; and (6) prohibits the use of appropriated funds for 
educational services provided to non-resident, non-tuition 
paying students in the District of Columbia Public School 
system.
    12. Language under ``Human Support Services'': (1) provides 
that appropriations available solely for employees' disability 
compensation shall remain available until expended; (2) 
provides that appropriations available for the Drug Treatment 
Choice Program shall remain available until expended; and (3) 
provides that appropriations available for the Interim 
Disability Assistance Fund shall remain available until 
expended.
    13. Language under ``Public Works'' provides for the rental 
of one passenger-carrying vehicle for use by the Mayor and 
three passenger-carrying vehicles for use by the Council of the 
District of Columbia.
    14. Language under ``Repayment of Loans and Interest'' 
allows the Mayor to finance $14,300,000 of equipment cost, plus 
cost of issuance not to exceed two percent of the par amount 
being financed on a lease purchase basis with a maturity not to 
exceed five years.
    15. Language under ``Lottery and Charitable Games 
Enterprise Fund'' prohibit the use of Federal funds to finance 
the operations of the Lottery Board and directs the District to 
identify the source of funding from its own locally-generated 
revenues.
    16. Language under ``Capital Outlay'' provides that the 
amount appropriated shall remain available until expended. 
Language is also included to require funds appropriated for 
capital outlay projects to be managed and controlled in 
accordance with procedures and limitations established under 
the financial management system and that all such funds shall 
be available only for the specific project and purpose 
intended.
    17. Language under Sec. 102 permits the Council of the 
District of Columbia to expend funds for travel and payment of 
dues without authorization by the Mayor.
    18. Language under Sec. 103 appropriates funds for 
refunding overpayments of taxes collected and for paying 
settlements and judgments against the District of Columbia 
government.
    19. Language under section 108 requires the Mayor to 
develop an annual plan for borrowing capital outlay funds and 
to submit quarterly reports to the Council of the District of 
Columbia and Congress.
    20. Language under Sec. 109 establishes reprogramming 
requirements.
    21. Language under Sec. 111 clarifies the pay setting 
authority for District employees as the District's Merit 
Personnel Act rather than title 5 of the United States Code.
    22. Language under Sec. 113 prohibits the District 
government from renewing or extending sole source contracts 
without opening them to the competitive bidding process as set 
forth in section 303 of the District of Columbia Procurement 
Practices Act of 1985.
    23. Language under Sec. 114 provides that in the event a 
sequestration order is issued after the amounts appropriated to 
the District have been paid to the District, the Mayor is 
required to pay the Secretary of the Treasury, within 15 days 
after receipt of a request from the Secretary, the amounts 
sequestered by the order provided the sequestration percentage 
is applied to each of the Federal appropriation accounts and 
not applied to the aggregate total.
    24. Language under Sec. 115: (1) allows the District of 
Columbia government to accept and use, with the Mayor's 
approval, gifts and donations received for public purposes 
authorized by law; (2) requires that accurate records be 
maintained by the agency or entity administering the program 
and that the records be available for audit and public 
inspection; and (3) allows the Council of the District of 
Columbia and the Board of Education to accept gifts and 
donations without the approval of the Mayor.
    25. Language under Sec. 116 prohibits the use of Federal 
funds for salaries, expenses, or other costs associated with 
the offices of U.S. Senator or Representative under section 
4(d) of the D.C. Statehood Constitutional Convention 
Initiatives of 1979.
    26. Language under Sec. 117 prohibits funds appropriated in 
this Act from being expended for abortions, except where the 
life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were 
carried to term or where the pregnancy is the result of an act 
of rape or incest.
    27. Language under Sec. 118 prohibits Federal funds made 
available in this Act from being used to implement or enforce 
any system of registration of unmarried, cohabitating couples 
whether they are homosexual, lesbian, heterosexual, including 
but not limited to registration for the purpose of extending 
employment, health, or governmental benefits to such couples on 
the same basis such benefits are extended to legally married 
couples.
    28. Language under Sec. 120 restricts the use of official 
vehicles to official duties and not between a residence and 
workplace, except in the case of a police officer who resides 
in the District of Columbia at the discretion of the Chief, an 
officer or employee of the D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical 
Services Department who resides in the District of Columbia and 
is on call 24 hours a day, the Mayor of the District of 
Columbia, and the Chairman of the Council of the District of 
Columbia.
    29. Language under Sec. 122 prohibits the use of funds for 
the audit of the District government's annual financial 
statements unless the DC Inspector General either conducts, or 
contracts for, the audit.
    30. Language under Sec. 123 prohibits the use of 
appropriated funds by the Corporation Counsel or any other 
officer or entity of the District government to provide 
assistance for any petition drive or civil action which seeks 
to require Congress to provide for voting representation in 
Congress for the District of Columbia.
    31. Language under Sec. 124 prohibits the use of any funds 
in this Act to carry out any program of distributing sterile 
needles or syringes for the hypodermic injection of any illegal 
drug.
    32. Language under Sec. 125 requires the Chief Financial 
Officers of the District of Columbia to certify that they 
understand the duties and restrictions applicable to their 
agency as a result of this Act.
    33. Language under Sec. 126 prohibits use of any funds to 
enact or carry out any law, rule, regulation to legalize or 
otherwise reduce penalties associated with the possession, use, 
or distribution of any schedule I substance under 21 U.S.C. 802 
or any tetrahydrocannabinols derivative.
    34. Language under Sec. 130 amends the District of Columbia 
Home Rule Act to conform requirement dates of the Emergency and 
Contingency Reserve Funds.
    35. Language under Sec. 134 requires funds from the Crime 
Victims Compensation Fund be deposited in the Crime Victims 
Assistance Fund established pursuant to 16a of the Victims of 
Violent Crime Compensation Act of 1996.
    36. Language under Sec. 135 requires the District of 
Columbia Courts to transfer all fines levied and collected by 
the Courts in cases charging Driving Under the Influence and 
Driving While Impaired to the general treasury of the District 
of Columbia to remain available until expended and used by the 
Office of the Corporation Counsel for enforcement and 
prosecution of District traffic alcohol laws.
    37. Language under Sec. 136 establishes reprogramming 
requirements for a fiscal year that is not a control year.
    38. Language under Sec. 137 allows for the transfer of 
local funds to the Office of Labor Relations and Collective 
Bargaining to pay for representation by the Office in third-
party cases.

                  Appropriations Not Authorized by Law

    Pursuant to clause 3(f)(1) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following table lists the 
appropriations in the accompanying bill which are not 
authorized by law:

                                            [In thousands of dollars]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Appropriations
                                                     Last year of  Authorization   in last year   Appropriations
                  Agency/program                    authorization      level            of         in this bill
                                                                                   authorization
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Federal payment for emergency planning and               $15,000              0               0               0
 security costs...................................
Federal payment to the District of Columbia                1,000              0               0               0
 Department of Transportation.....................
Federal payment of the Chief Financial Officer....        23,450              0               0               0
Federal payment for Waterfront Improvement........         1,000              0               0               0
Federal payment for Asbestos Remediation..........         1,000              0               0               0
Federal payment for Capital Improvements..........         2,000              0               0               0
Federal payment for Special Education.............        14,000              0               0               0
Federal payment to the Credit Enhancement                 16,000              0               0               0
 Revolving Fund...................................
Federal payment for the Family Literacy Program...         5,000              0               0               0
Federal payment to the District of Columbia Water         50,000              0               0               0
 and Sewer Authority..............................
Federal payment to the District of Columbia for           24,298              0               0               0
 Capital Development..............................
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          Compliance With Rule XIII, Cl. 3(e) (Ramseyer Rule)

    In compliance with clause 3(e) of rule XIII of the Rules of 
the House of Representatives, changes in existing law made by 
the bill, as reported, are shown as follows (existing law 
proposed to be omitted is enclosed in black brackets, new 
matter is printed in italic, existing law in which no change is 
proposed is shown in roman):

         SECTION 450A OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HOME RULE ACT


                             RESERVE FUNDS

    Sec. 450A. (a) * * *
    (b) Contingency Reserve Fund.--
          (1) In general.--There is established a contingency 
        cash reserve fund (in this subsection referred to as 
        the ``contingency reserve fund'') as an interest-
        bearing account (separate from other accounts in the 
        General Fund) into which the Mayor shall deposit in 
        cash not later than [October 1] February 15 of each 
        fiscal year (beginning with fiscal year 2002) such 
        amount as may be required to maintain a balance in the 
        fund of at least 3 percent of the total budget 
        appropriated for operating expenditures for such fiscal 
        year which is derived from local funds (or, in the case 
        of fiscal years prior to fiscal year 2007, such amount 
        as may be required to maintain a balance in the fund of 
        at least the minimum contingency reserve balance for 
        such fiscal year, as determined under paragraph (2)).

           *       *       *       *       *       *       *


         Statement of General Performance Goals and Objectives

    Pursuant to clause 3(c)(4) of rule XIII of the Rules of the 
House of Representatives, the following is a statement of 
general performance goals and objectives for which this measure 
authorizes funding:
    The Committee on Appropriations considers program 
performance, including a program's success in developing and 
attaining outcome-related goals and objectives, in developing 
funding recommendations.

                     Program, Project, and Activity

    During fiscal year 2003, for purposes of the Balanced 
Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (99 Stat. 
1037; Public Law 99-177), the term ``program, project, and 
activity'' shall be synonymous with and refer specifically to 
each account appropriating Federal funds in this Act, and any 
sequestration order shall be applied to each of the accounts 
rather than to the aggregate total of those accounts. In 
addition sequestration orders shall not be applied to any 
account that is specifically exempted from sequestration by the 
Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985.

                                                               COMPARATIVE SUMMARY OF BILL
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                                                                                                                      Committee recommendation compared
                                                                                                       Committee                 with (+ or-)
                                                                FY 2002 enacted   FY 2003 request   recommendation  ------------------------------------
                                                                                                                      FY 2002 enacted    FY 2003 request
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Federal Funds:
    Federal payment for resident tuition support.............       $17,000,000       $17,000,000       $17,000,000                 0                  0
    Federal payment for Emergency Planning and Security Costs        16,058,000        15,000,000        15,000,000       ($1,058,000)                 0
     in the District of Columbia.............................
    Federal payment to the Capitol City Career Development              500,000                 0                 0          (500,000)                 0
     and Job Training Partnership............................
    Federal payment to the Capitol Education Fund............           500,000                 0                 0          (500,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the Metropolitan Kappa Youth                     450,000                 0                 0          (450,000)                 0
     Development Foundation, Inc.............................
    Federal payment to the Fire and Emergency Medical                   500,000                 0                 0          (500,000)                 0
     Services Department.....................................
    Federal payment to the Chief Medical Examiner............           585,000                 0                 0          (585,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the Youth Life Foundation.............           250,000                 0                 0          (250,000)                 0
    Federal payment to Food and Friends......................         2,000,000                 0                 0        (2,000,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the City Administrator................           300,000                 0                 0          (300,000)                 0
    Federal payment to Southeastern University...............           500,000                 0                 0          (500,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the District of Columbia Public                2,500,000                 0                 0        (2,500,000)                 0
     Schools.................................................
    Federal payments for District of Columbia and Federal Law         1,400,000                 0                 0        (1,400,000)                 0
     Enforcement Mobile Wireless Interoperability Project....
    Federal payment to the District of Columbia Corrections          30,200,000                 0                 0       (30,200,000)                 0
     Trustee.................................................
    Federal payment to the District of Columbia Courts.......       112,180,000       159,045,000       160,545,000        48,365,000         $1,500,000
    Federal payment for Family Court Act.....................        24,016,000                 0                 0       (24,016,000)                 0
    Defender Services in the District of Columbia Courts.....        34,285,000        32,000,000        32,000,000        (2,285,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the Court Services and Offender              147,205,000   \1\ 154,707,000       154,707,000         7,502,000                  0
     Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia.........
    Federal payment to the Department of Public Works,                        0         1,000,000         1,000,000         1,000,000                  0
     Division of Transportation..............................
    Federal payment to the Chief Financial Officer of the             8,300,000                 0        23,450,000        15,150,000         23,450,000
     District of Columbia....................................
    Federal payment for Waterfront Improvements..............                 0                 0         1,000,000         1,000,000          1,000,000
    Federal payment for Asbestos Remediation.................                 0                 0         1,000,000         1,000,000          1,000,000
    Federal payment for Capital Improvements.................                 0                 0         2,000,000         2,000,000          2,000,000
    Federal payment for Special Education....................                 0                 0        14,000,000        14,000,000         14,000,000
    Federal payment to the Credit Enhancement Revolving Fund.                 0                 0        16,000,000        16,000,000         16,000,000
    Federal payment to the Family Literacy Program...........                 0                 0         5,000,000         5,000,000          5,000,000
    Federal payment to the District of Columbia Water and                     0                 0        50,000,000        50,000,000         50,000,000
     Sewer Authority.........................................
    Federal payment to the District of Columbia for Capital                   0                 0        24,298,000        24,298,000         24,298,000
     Development.............................................
    Federal payment to the Children's National Medical Center         5,500,000                 0                 0        (5,500,000)                 0
    St. Coletta of Greater Washington Expansion Project......         2,000,000                 0                 0        (2,000,000                  0
    Federal payment to Faith and Politics Institute..........            50,000                 0                 0           (50,000)                 0
    Federal payment to the Thurgood Marshall Academy Charter          1,000,000                 0                 0        (1,000,000)                 0
     School..................................................
    Federal payment to the George Washington University                 250,000                 0                 0          (250,000)                 0
     Center for Excellence in Municipal Management...........
    Court Appointed Special Advocates........................           250,000                 0                 0          (250,000)                 0
    Federal contribution for enforcement of law banning                 100,000                 0                 0          (100,000)                 0
     possession of tobacco products by minors, Sec. 130......
    Emergency Supplemental, P.L. 107-117.....................       200,000,000                 0                 0      (200,000,000)                 0
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      Total, Federal Funds...................................       607,879,000       378,752,000       517,000,000       (90,879,000)       138,248,000
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District of Columbia Funds:
    Operating Expenses--General Fund:
        Governmental Direction and Support...................       286,138,000       280,136,000       303,586,000        17,448,000         23,450,000
        Economic Development and Regulation..................       230,878,000       258,539,000       258,539,000        27,661,000                  0
        Public Safety and Justice............................       633,853,000       639,892,000       639,892,000         6,039,000                  0
        Public Education System..............................     1,071,665,000     1,200,201,000     1,257,201,000       185,536,000         57,000,000
        Human Support Services...............................     1,840,923,000     2,496,297,000     2,474,297,000       633,374,000       (22,000,000)
        Public Works.........................................       300,151,000       324,828,000       324,828,000        24,677,000                  0
        Receivership Programs................................       403,868,000                 0                 0      (403,868,000)                 0
        Reserve..............................................       120,000,000        70,000,000        70,000,000       (50,000,000)                 0
        Reserve Relief.......................................        30,000,000                 0                 0       (30,000,000)                 0
        Repayment of Loans and Interest......................       239,952,000       267,451,000       267,451,000        27,499,000                  0
        Repayment of General Fund Recovery Debt..............        39,300,000        39,300,000        39,300,000                 0                  0
        Payment of Interest on Short-Term Borrowing..........           500,000         1,000,000         1,000,000           500,000                  0
        Certificates of Participation........................         7,950,000         7,950,000         7,950,000                 0                  0
        Settlements and Judgments............................                 0        22,822,000        22,822,000        22,822,000                  0
        Wilson Building......................................         8,859,000         4,194,000         4,194,000        (4,665,000)                 0
        Workforce Investments................................        42,896,000        54,186,000        54,186,000        11,290,000                  0
        Tobacco Settlement Trust Fund Transfer Payment.......        33,254,000        10,000,000        10,000,000       (23,254,000)                 0
        Non-Departmental Agency..............................         5,799,000         5,799,000         5,799,000                 0                  0
        Pay-As-You-Go Capital................................                 0        16,750,000        16,750,000        16,750,000                  0
        Emergency Planning and Security Costs................        16,058,000        15,000,000        15,000,000        (1,058,000)                 0
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          Total, operating expenses, general fund............     5,312,044,000     5,714,345,000     5,772,795,000       460,751,000         58,450,000
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    Enterprise Fund:
        Water and Sewer Authority............................       244,978,000       253,743,000       253,743,000         8,765,000                  0
        Washington Aqueduct..................................        46,510,000        57,847,000        57,847,000        11,337,000                  0
        Stormwater Permit Compliance.........................         3,100,000         3,100,000         3,100,000                 0                  0
        Lottery and Charitable Games Enterprise Fund.........       229,688,000       232,881,000       232,881,000         3,193,000                  0
        Sport and Entertainment Commission...................         9,627,000        15,510,000        15,510,000         5,883,000                  0
        D.C. Retirement Board................................        13,388,000        13,388,000        13,388,000                 0                  0
        Washington Convention Center Enterprise Fund.........        57,278,000        78,700,000        78,700,000        21,422,000                  0
        Housing Finance Agency...............................         4,711,000                 0                 0        (4,711,000)                 0
        National Capital Revitalization Corporation..........         2,673,000         6,745,000         6,745,000         4,072,000                  0
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          Total, enterprise funds............................       611,953,000       661,914,000       661,914,000        49,961,000                  0
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          Total, operating expenses..........................     5,923,997,000     6,376,259,000     6,434,709,000       510,712,000         58,450,000
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    Capital Outlay:
        General funds........................................     1,074,605,000       639,070,000       666,368,000      (408,237,000)        27,298,000
        Water and sewer funds................................       152,114,000       292,458,000       342,458,000       190,344,000         50,000,000
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          Total, capital outlay..............................     1,226,719,000       931,528,000     1,008,826,000      (217,893,000)        77,298,000
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        Emergency Supplemental, P.L. 107-117.................       155,900,000                 0                 0      (155,900,000)                 0
          Total, District of Columbia........................     7,306,616,000     7,307,787,000     7,443,535,000       136,919,000        135,748,000
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