(a) On or before January 10, 2010, and annually thereafter, the department shall prepare
and submit to the chairpersons of the fiscal committees of the Legislature a report
with regard to the budget for the State Water Resources Development System.
(b) The department shall include in the report all of the following information:
(1) A description of the expenditures made, or projected to be made, as applicable,
on behalf of the State Water Resources Development System, by program and fund, and
of the total revenues expended, or projected to be expended, as applicable, for that
system, including each fund source.
(2) A description of the positions within the department that carry out functions
related to the State Water Resources Development System, and the total number of those
(3) A description of any funds, other than funds generated by the State Water Resources
Development System, that are expended, or projected to be expended, as applicable,
for the State Water Resources Development System, including those funds used for cost-sharing
(4) An itemization of all contracts related to the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan financed,
or projected to be financed, as applicable, in full or in part with funds generated
by the State Water Resources Development System, including the dollar amount of those
contracts and a brief description of the purposes of those contracts.
(c) The department shall include in each report information relating to three fiscal
years that include the two completed fiscal years that immediately precede the year
in which the report is due, along with applicable information for the fiscal year
in which the report is due. The department shall prepare the first report required under subdivision (a) for
the 2007-08, 2008-09, and 2009-10 fiscal years.
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