State agencies responsible for the administration of federal contract or grant-in-aid
programs shall promptly notify the federal aid management service of the department
of administration whenever any program or project, financed wholly or partially from
federal aids, would have to be continued from state funds because federal aid will
be or has been curtailed or withdrawn or because the federal program from which the
aid was received has or will be expired. The federal aid management service under s. 16.545 shall promptly notify the joint committee on finance of all notifications received
from state agencies. The cochairpersons of the joint committee on finance may thereupon schedule a public
hearing for the purpose of exploring alternatives with regard to the future in this
state of the program for which federal aid will be or has been reduced or eliminated. The chief executive officer of the department or independent agency administering
such program shall appear at the hearing for the information of the joint committee. The joint committee shall submit its recommendations including suggested legislation
to the legislature.
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