(1) In this section, “state agency” has the meaning given in s. 20.001(1).
(2)(a) During the 2017-19 fiscal biennium, the secretary shall require that all state
agencies submit a report no later than September 15, 2018, and then no later than
May 15 in the even-numbered year in every biennium thereafter, that contains the information
specified in sub. (3).
(b) Beginning in the 2019-21 fiscal biennium, the secretary shall require that any
state agency created after May 15, 2018, submit a report no later than the May 15
in the even-numbered year that first occurs after the state agency is created, and
then no later than May 15 in the even-numbered year in every biennium thereafter,
that contains the information specified in sub. (3).
(3) A report submitted under this section shall contain at least all of the following:
(a) A description of each appropriation of the state agency.
(b) For each appropriation of the state agency, an accounting of all expenditures
in every quarter in each of the prior 3 fiscal years.
(c) For each appropriation of the state agency, an analysis of whether the appropriation
contributes to the mission of the [state] 1 agency and whether the objectives of the appropriation justify its expenditures.
(d) For each appropriation of the state agency, a determination of the minimum level
of funding to achieve its objectives, but not to exceed the prior fiscal year's base
funding, and an accounting of its current funding.
(e) A description of the state agency mission or guiding principles. If a state agency does not have an agency mission or guiding principles, the state
agency shall adopt an agency mission or guiding principles and describe the mission
or principles in the report.
(3m) A report filed under this section shall be in a form that is consistent with
the form used by a state agency that filed a base budget review report under s. 16.423, 2007 stats.
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