1. Biennially, each executive branch state agency, excluding entities under the control
of the state board of higher education, receiving federal funds, shall report to the
office of management and budget a plan to operate the state agency when federal funds
are reduced by five percent or more of the total federal funds the state agency receives. The report must include information on whether the agency will request state funds
to offset the decrease in federal funds. The report is not required to address a reduction in federal funds received by the
agency which is a result of:
a. A decrease in caseloads or cost per case;
b. A change in the anticipated project completion date for a construction project
qualifying for federal fund reimbursement; or
c. The completion of a one-time project funded in whole or in part by federal funds.
2. The office of management and budget shall report to the legislative management
by October fifteenth of each even-numbered year on the reports received from state
agencies under this section. The report must include a summary of the reports received from state agencies on
how each agency will operate with the reduction in federal funds.
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