|6/21/2022||Department of Budget and Finance|
FY 2023 Interim Budget Execution Policies
Note about the Council on Revenues general fund tax revenues mentioned in the second paragraph.
FY22 general fund tax revenues at 21% equates to $8,772,816,000 as projected in March 2022.
FY22 general fund tax revenues at 28% equates to $9,280,334,000 as projected in May 2022 ($507.5 M more than March 2022 projection).
FY23 general fund tax revenues at 6% equates to $9,299,185,000 as projected in March 2022.
FY23 general fund tax revenues at 5% equates to $9,744,351,000 as projected in May 2022 ( $445.1 M more than March 2022 projection).
Board of Education
Finance and Infrastructure Committee meeting.Agenda item IV. A. Action on ESSER funds which includes an update on FY 2023 Supplemental Budget
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1
Operating Budget Worksheets Posted on Legislature’s website (pages 202-264, 271-273).
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1
Capital Improvement Projects Worksheets are also posted (pages 8-28 and page 30 EDN450).
|5/18/2022||Department of Education|
Preliminary report on FY 2023 Budget and other appropriations. This preliminary report was assembled using a variety of sources based on appropriations for fiscal year 2023 which begins July 1, 2022.
Estimates will be verified when the final details are released and posted on the Legislature’s website.
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1 sent to the Governor for review.
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1 passes the House and Senate and will be sent to the Governor for review.
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1
Bill (Pages 37-39, 69-78, 168-235,and 286-300) and
Conference Committee Report Posted on Legislature’s website. The operating budget worksheets are still pending and have not been posted on the Legislature’s website.
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1 is
scheduled for a floor vote by both House and Senate chambers on 5/3/2022.
HB1147 SD1 Appears to be a supplemental CIP appropriations bill and is being scheduled for a conference hearing on 4/29/2022 (pages 11 and 61-63).
Update: bill was for HTA appropriations
HB1600 HD1 SD2 CD1
GIA Appropriations Posted on Legislature’s website (Operating budget worksheets still pending)
Conference Hearing on Budget Bill HB1600 HD1 SD2
HB1600 HD1 SD2 Conference Worksheets
Agrees pages (144-196)
Disagrees pages (138-211)
|4/25/2022||Legislature||Conference Hearing Notice for Budget Bill HB1600 HD1 SD2 posted.|
Hearing scheduled for Wednesday, April 27, 2002 at 1:30 p.m.
|4/21/2022||Board of Education|
General Business Meeting FY 2023 Budget Update
|4/14/2022||Legislature||Legislative Budget Worksheets for HB1600 HD1 SD2 posted around 5 p.m. (EDN starts on page 281)|
|4/14/2022||Legislature||Senate floor passes budget bill
HB1600 HD1 SD2|
|4/12/2022||Legislature||In the Senate Floor session, a floor amendment for HB1600 HD1 SD1 was introduced and approved. Page 14 of the Senate
Order of the Day. Bill is scheduled for another floor vote on April 14, 2022 at which time the detailed legislative budget worksheets may become available.|
Amended bill is
HB1600 HD1 SD2. EDN 400 increased by $4 M in general funds and EDN 100 decreased by 2 permanent FTEs. Dollar amount in proviso in Section 17.18 increased by $5,567,404.
|4/8/2022||Legislature||Senate Ways and Means posts
HB1600 HD1 SD1 bill and
committee report. Details are pending the release of their budget worksheets.|
|4/7/2022||Legislature||Senate Ways and Means Committee Decision Making
Hearing on HB1600 HD1|
|4/5/2022||Legislature||Senate Ways and Means Committee Decision Making
Hearing on HB1600 HD1 (deferred to 4/7/2022)|
|3/22/2022||Legislature||Ways and Means Committee
hearing on HB1600 HD1|
|3/16/2022||Legislature||House Finance Committee posts
HB1600 HD1 worksheets showing details of their decisions (See Program IDs EDN100, 150, 200, 300, 400, and 500). Pages 231-320|
Committee Report and
HB1600 HD1 bill|
|3/10/2022||Legislature||House Finance Committee
Hearing on HB 1600|
HB1600 Budget Appropriations Act introduced in the House
SB2176 Budget Appropriations Act introduced in the Senate
2 p.m. Informational Briefing for House Education (EDN) Committee
9 a.m. Budget Informational Briefing for House Finance (FIN) Committee|
2:30p-4 p.m. Budget Informational Briefing for Senate Ways and Means (WAM) Committee and Senate Education (EDU) Committee
|1/6/2022||Council on Revenues||
The Council increased its forecast to 15.0% from 6.3% for fiscal year (FY) 2022. The Council increased its forecast to 6.9% from 4.0% for FY 2023. The Council maintained its forecast for FYs 2024-2028 at 4.0%.|
- Equates to $631 million more in general funds for FY 22 when compared to the September 2021 report.
- Equates to $898 million more in general funds for FY 23 when compared to the September 2021 report.
|1/4/2022||Department of Budget and Finance||The FY 2023 Executive Supplemental Budget Budget in Brief|
|12/9/2021||Legislature||2022 Legislative Session Calendar|
|12/6/2021||Department of Budget and Finance||Department of Budget and Finance releases REVISED FY 23 Budget Governor’s Decisions.|
- Page 52 adds two new operating budget line items.
- Page 55 adds one new CIP line item.
Issues instructions for budget briefing and request for information tables.
|11/24/2021||Department of Budget and Finance||Department of Budget and Finance releases FY 23 Budget Governor’s Decisions.|
Details (See items in EDN100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 450, and 500
|11/17/2021||Department of Budget and Finance||Department of Budget and Finance releases FY 23 Budget Recommendations
Details (See items in EDN100, 150, 200, 300, 400, 450, and 500)
|10/21/2021||Board of Education||
BOE approved the Department’s FY 23 budget proposal.
Proposed budget has been sent to the Governor.
|10/15/2021||Board of Education||Materials for 10/21/2021 meeting on proposed FY 2023 budget posted on BOE’s website (Agenda item III.A.).|
|9/24/2021||Department of Budget and Finance||
Instructions for Variance Reports|
Department of Budget and Finance
Budget Instructions (FM 21-11) for budget development period FY 2023 released
Budget Forms and Instructions
Major Recurring Federal Awards
|9/16/2021||Board of Education||Finance and Infrastructure Committee Meeting on ESSER funds for department shortfalls.|
|9/3/2021||Department of Budget and Finance||Report on Non-General Funds Information|
|8/19/2021||Board of Education||Finance and Infrastructure Committee Meeting|
Budget Execution Policies (EM 21-04) for Fiscal Year 2022 (July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022).
Exhibit 1 showing 2% restriction
HB1299 amended and submitted to the Governor. The amendment did not change the repealing of DOE’s Private Trade, Vocational, and Technical School Licensure Special Fund so it is still being eliminated in the amended bill.|
|7/6/2021||Legislature||Three education related bills that were vetoed were overridden by the Legislature and will become law. SB 807, HB 862 and SB 811|
Veto Override Session
intent to veto list.
At this time, details of vetos are not yet known. This list is only to inform the Legislature of bills being considered for veto.
The final veto decision is
July 6. The Governor can only veto the measures that are on this list, all others will become law with or without his signature.
The governor also has the option of proposing an amended version of a bill, and lawmakers can approve the amendments with a simple majority. The governor must then sign the amended version in 10 days for it to become law.
Of those on the intent to veto list, the following bills contain direct references to the Department of Education:
HB200 - Executive Branch Budget Appropriations
HB515 - Audit; DOE; School Food Services Branch; BOE; Superintendent
HB546 - Requires complex area superintendents to report directly to the superintendent of education. Requires reports.
HB613 - State Programs; DOE; ESSER Funds; CARES Act; CRRS Appropriations Act; Appropriation
HB817 - Procurement; Produce Contracts; Local Produce; Specifications
HB862 - Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems; University of Hawaii at Hilo;
Challenger Center Hawaii Program; Tourism Special Fund; Hawaii Tourism Authority; County Transient Accommodations Tax; Appropriation
HB1296 (page 10) - Hawaii Tobacco Settlement Special Fund; Hawaii Tobacco Prevention and Control Trust Fund; Repeal; Emergency Appropriation; Governor; Cigarette Taxes; UH; Threat Assessment Team Program; DHRD;
HB1299 (page 16) - DOA; DAGS; DBEDT; DOE; DOH; DLIR; DLNR; DHS; PSD; DCCA; DHHL; UH; AG; DOT; Non-General Funds. Private Trade, Vocational, and Technical School Licensure Special Fund.
SB807 - Education; DOE; Academic and Financial Plan; Report
SB811 - Requires the department of education to publish a weekly report on schools that have reported positive COVID-19 cases.
|6/17/2021||Board of Education||Finance and Infrastructure Committee Meeting on American Rescue Plan (ARP) Education Stabilization Fund’s Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) plan.|