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SB21,883 7Section 883. 20.885 of the statutes is created to read:
SB21,483,9 820.885 Grants to Forward Wisconsin Development Authority. There is
9appropriated to the department of administration for the following programs:
SB21,483,13 10(1) General administration. (m) Federal aid. All moneys received from the
11federal government as authorized by the governor under s. 16.54, for grants to the
12Forward Wisconsin Development Authority, which the Forward Wisconsin
13Development Authority shall use for the purposes for which received.
SB21,483,17 14(2) Housing programs. (a) General program operations. As a continuing
15appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin
16Development Authority, for that authority's housing and loan guarantee general
17program operations under subchs. II and V of ch. 235.
SB21,483,1918 (ad) Housing rehabilitation loan program. As a continuing appropriation, the
19amounts in the schedule for general program operations under s. 235.51.
SB21,483,2320 (ah) Capital reserve fund deficiency. As a continuing appropriation, the
21amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development
22Authority to restore the capital reserve fund requirement in accordance with s.
23235.024 (4) or 235.54.
SB21,484,3
1(at) Homeowner eviction lien protection program. As a continuing
2appropriation, the amounts in the schedule to operate the homeowner eviction and
3lien protection program under s. 235.605.
SB21,484,84 (q) Loan-loss reserve fund. As a continuing appropriation, from the state
5housing authority reserve fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the
6Forward Wisconsin Development Authority, which the Forward Wisconsin
7Development Authority shall use for a loan-loss reserve fund in accordance with s.
8235.52.
SB21,484,139 (qm) Environmental fund transfer to Wisconsin development reserve fund.
10From the environmental fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the
11schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development Authority, which the
12Forward Wisconsin Development Authority shall deposit in the Wisconsin
13development reserve fund under s. 235.93.
SB21,484,1814 (r) Agrichemical management fund transfer to Wisconsin development reserve
15fund.
From the agrichemical management fund, as a continuing appropriation, the
16amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development
17Authority, which the Forward Wisconsin Development Authority shall deposit in the
18Wisconsin development reserve fund under s. 235.93.
SB21,484,2319 (s) Petroleum inspection fund transfer to Wisconsin development reserve fund.
20From the petroleum inspection fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the
21Forward Wisconsin Development Authority, which the Forward Wisconsin
22Development Authority shall deposit in the Wisconsin development reserve fund
23under s. 235.93.
SB21,485,3 24(3) Economic development programs. (a) General program operations. As a
25continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward

1Wisconsin Development Authority, for the Forward Wisconsin Development
2Authority's economic development programs developed, implemented, and operated
3under ch. 235.
SB21,485,64 (am) Regional revolving loan fund grants. The amounts in the schedule for
5grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development Authority to establish the regional
6revolving loan fund program under s. 235.137.
SB21,485,107 (ap) Wisconsin development reserve fund. As a continuing appropriation, the
8amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development
9Authority, which the Forward Wisconsin Development Authority shall deposit in the
10Wisconsin development reserve fund under s. 235.93.
SB21,485,1511 (r) Economic development fund; programs. From the economic development
12fund, as a continuing appropriation, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the
13Forward Wisconsin Development Authority for funding economic development
14programs administered by the Forward Wisconsin Development Authority under ch.
15235.
SB21,485,1816 (s) Brownfield site assessment grants. Biennially, from the environmental
17fund, the amounts in the schedule for grants to the Forward Wisconsin Development
18Authority for brownfield site assessment grants under s. 235.133.
SB21,884 19Section 884. 20.901 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,486,1720 20.901 (1) (b) Notwithstanding ss. 230.047 and 230.29, in the case of an
21emergency which is the result of natural or human causes, state agencies may
22cooperate to maintain required state services through the temporary interchange of
23employees. The interchange of employees may be of 2 types: where an appointing
24authority declares an emergency in writing to the governor; or where the governor
25or his or her designee declares an emergency. If an appointing authority declares an

1emergency, the interchange of employees is voluntary on the part of those employees
2designated by the sending state agency as available for interchange. If the governor
3or his or her designee declares an emergency, the governor may require a temporary
4interchange of employees. An emergency which is declared by an appointing
5authority may not exceed 72 hours unless an extension is approved by the governor
6or his or her designee. An employee who is assigned temporary interchange duties
7may be required to perform work which is not normally performed by the employee
8or described in his or her position classification. An interchange employee shall be
9paid at the rate of pay for the employee's permanent job unless otherwise authorized
10by the director of the office administrator of the division of state employment
11relations
personnel management in the department of administration. State
12agencies receiving employees on interchanges shall keep appropriate records and
13reimburse the sending state agencies for authorized salaries and expenses. The
14director of the office administrator of the division of state employment relations
15personnel management in the department of administration may institute
16temporary pay administration policies as required to facilitate the handling of such
17declared emergencies.
SB21,885 18Section 885. 20.901 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,487,219 20.901 (4) Educational inter-system cooperation. The board of regents of the
20University of Wisconsin System Authority and the technical college system board
21shall establish arrangements for joint use of facilities and joint staffing of programs
22operated by either system, in such ways as to make their educational and public
23services programs as fully and economically available to the citizens of the state as
24possible. Such arrangements may include, but are not limited to, inter-system
25rental agreements, contracts for services provided by one system in support of

1programs of the other system, joint management of facilities and programs at specific
2locations, joint enrollment of students and joint employment of staff.
SB21,886 3Section 886. 20.912 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,487,144 20.912 (4) Insolvent depositories. When the bank, savings and loan
5association, savings bank, or credit union on which any check, share draft, or other
6draft is drawn by the secretary of administration before payment of such check, share
7draft, or other draft becomes insolvent or is taken over by the division of banking
8department of financial institutions and professional standards, the federal home
9loan bank board, the U.S. office of thrift supervision, the federal deposit insurance
10corporation, the resolution trust corporation, the office of credit unions, the
11administrator of federal credit unions, or the U.S. comptroller of the currency, the
12secretary of administration shall on the demand of the person in whose favor such
13check, share draft, or other draft was drawn and upon the return to the secretary of
14such check, share draft, or other draft issue a replacement for the same amount.
SB21,887 15Section 887. 20.916 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,487,2016 20.916 (2) Reimbursement of job applicants. Subject to rules of the director
17of the office
administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel
18management in the department of administration
, reimbursement may be made to
19applicants for all or part of actual and necessary travel expenses incurred in
20connection with oral examination and employment interviews.
SB21,888 21Section 888. 20.916 (4) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,488,222 20.916 (4) (a) If any state agency determines that the duties of any employee
23require the use of an automobile, it may authorize such employee to use a privately
24owned automobile in the employee's work for the state, and reimburse the employee
25for such use at a rate set at least biennially by the office division of state employment

1relations
personnel management in the department of administration under sub. (8),
2subject to the approval of the joint committee on employment relations.
SB21,889 3Section 889. 20.916 (4m) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,488,174 20.916 (4m) (b) Except as otherwise provided in this paragraph, if any state
5agency determines that an employee's duties require the use of a motor vehicle, and
6use of a privately owned motor vehicle is authorized by the agency under similar
7circumstances, the agency shall authorize the employee to use a privately owned
8motorcycle for the employee's duties and shall reimburse the employee for the use
9of the motorcycle at rates determined at least biennially by the director of the office
10administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel management
11in the department of administration under sub. (8), subject to the approval of the
12joint committee on employment relations. No state agency may authorize an
13employee to use or reimburse an employee for the use of a privately owned motorcycle
14under this paragraph if more than one individual is transported on the motorcycle.
15All allowances for the use of a motorcycle shall be paid upon approval and
16certification of the amounts payable by the head of the state agency for which the
17employee performs duties to the department of administration.
SB21,890 18Section 890. 20.916 (5) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,489,219 20.916 (5) (a) If the use of a privately owned or chartered aircraft is more
20efficient and economical for the conduct of state business than commercial
21transportation, the head of a state agency may authorize an employee to charter an
22aircraft with or without a pilot; and may authorize any member or employee to use
23a privately owned aircraft and reimburse the member or employee for such use of a
24privately owned aircraft at a rate set at least biennially by the office division of state
25employment relations
personnel management in the department of administration

1under sub. (8), subject to the approval of the joint committee on employment
2relations.
SB21,891 3Section 891. 20.916 (8) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,489,134 20.916 (8) (a) The director of the office administrator of the division of state
5employment relations
personnel management in the department of administration
6shall recommend to the joint committee on employment relations uniform travel
7schedule amounts for travel by state officers and employees whose compensation is
8established under s. 20.923 or 230.12. Such amounts shall include maximum
9permitted amounts for meal and lodging costs, other allowable travel expenses under
10sub. (9) (d), and porterage tips, except as authorized under s. 16.53 (12) (c). In lieu
11of the maximum permitted amounts for expenses under sub. (9) (b), (c), and (d), the
12director administrator may recommend to the committee a per diem amount and
13method of reimbursement for any or all expenses under sub. (9) (b), (c), and (d).
SB21,892 14Section 892. 20.916 (9) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,489,2015 20.916 (9) (d) Other allowable travel expenses. Employees shall be reimbursed
16for actual, reasonable, and necessary expenses, including specifically laundry,
17telephone, facsimile, porterage, and tips, when traveling on state business, but not
18to exceed any limitations or maximums established by the director of the office
19administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel management
20in the department of administration
under sub. (8) and s. 16.53 (12) (c).
SB21,893 21Section 893. 20.916 (9) (f) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,490,222 20.916 (9) (f) 1. `Scheduled air travel.' Reimbursement for air travel shall be
23limited to the lowest appropriate airfare, as determined by the director of the office
24administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel management
25in the department of administration
. An employee may be reimbursed for air travel

1at a rate other than the lowest appropriate airfare only if the employee submits a
2written explanation of the reasonableness of the expense.
SB21,894 3Section 894. 20.916 (9) (f) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,490,84 20.916 (9) (f) 3. `Reimbursement.' Receipt limits for all claims for
5reimbursement of transportation expense shall be established by the director of the
6office
administrator of the division of state employment relations personnel
7management in the department of administration
in the compensation plan under
8s. 230.12.
SB21,895 9Section 895. 20.916 (10) of the statutes is repealed.
SB21,896 10Section 896. 20.917 (1) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,490,1611 20.917 (1) (c) Payment for moving expenses may be granted to a person
12reporting to his or her first place of employment or reporting upon reemployment
13after leaving the civil service, if payment is recommended by the appointing
14authority and approved in writing by the director of the office administrator of the
15division
of state employment relations personnel management in the department of
16administration
prior to the time when the move is made.
SB21,897 17Section 897. 20.917 (1) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,490,2218 20.917 (1) (d) Payment may not be granted if the distance between the old and
19new residences of the employee is less than a minimum distance established by the
20director of the office administrator of the division of state employment relations
21personnel management in the department of administration for payment of moving
22expenses.
SB21,898 23Section 898. 20.917 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,491,424 20.917 (2) (a) The director of the office administrator of the division of state
25employment relations
personnel management in the department of administration

1may establish a maximum amount for payment of any employee moving costs under
2sub. (1) (a) to (c). This amount shall be submitted for the approval of the joint
3committee on employment relations in the manner provided in s. 20.916 (8), and
4upon approval shall become a part of the compensation plan under s. 230.12 (1).
SB21,899 5Section 899. 20.917 (3) (a) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,491,96 20.917 (3) (a) 1. Lodging allowances shall be in accordance with the schedule
7established by the director of the office administrator of the division of state
8employment relations
personnel management in the department of administration,
9but may not exceed the rate established under s. 13.123 (1) (a) 1.
SB21,900 10Section 900. 20.917 (3) (a) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,491,1311 20.917 (3) (a) 2. Lodging allowance payments are subject to prior approval in
12writing by the director of the office administrator of the division of state employment
13relations
personnel management in the department of administration.
SB21,901 14Section 901. 20.917 (5) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,491,1915 20.917 (5) (b) Payments under this subsection are in addition to any payments
16made under sub. (1). Payments under this subsection may be made only with the
17prior written approval of the director of the office administrator of the division of
18state employment relations personnel management in the department of
19administration
.
SB21,902 20Section 902. 20.917 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,491,2521 20.917 (6) The director of the office administrator of the division of state
22employment relations
personnel management in the department of administration
23may, in writing, delegate to an appointing authority the authority to approve
24reimbursement for moving expenses under sub. (1) (c), a temporary lodging
25allowance under sub. (3) (a) 2. or expenses under sub. (5) (b).
SB21,903
1Section 903. 20.921 (1) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,492,72 20.921 (1) (a) (intro.) Any state officer or employee or any employee of the
3University of Wisconsin System Authority or the University of Wisconsin Hospitals
4and Clinics Authority may request in writing through the state agency in which the
5officer or employee is employed or through the authority that a specified part of the
6officer's or employee's salary be deducted and paid by the state or by the authority
7to a payee designated in such request for any of the following purposes:
SB21,904 8Section 904. 20.921 (1) (a) 2m. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,492,119 20.921 (1) (a) 2m. Payment of amounts owed to state agencies, to the University
10of Wisconsin System Authority,
or to the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and
11Clinics Authority by the employee.
SB21,905 12Section 905. 20.921 (1) (a) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,492,1813 20.921 (1) (a) 3. Payment of premiums for group hospital and surgical-medical
14insurance or plan, group life insurance, and other group insurance, where such
15groups consist of state officers and employees or employees of the University of
16Wisconsin System Authority or the
University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
17Authority and where such insurance or plans are provided or approved by the group
18insurance board.
SB21,906 19Section 906. 20.921 (1) (a) 4. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,492,2520 20.921 (1) (a) 4. Other group or charitable purposes approved by the governor
21and the department of administration under the rules of the department of
22administration for state officers or employees, by the Board of Regents of the
23University of Wisconsin System Authority for authority employees,
or by the board
24of directors of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority for
25authority employees.
SB21,907
1Section 907. 20.921 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,493,82 20.921 (1) (b) Except as provided in s. 111.84 (1) (f), the request under par. (a)
3shall be made to the state agency, to the University of Wisconsin System Authority,
4or to the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority in the form and
5manner and contain the directions and information prescribed by each state agency
6or by the authority. The request may be withdrawn or the amount paid to the payee
7may be changed by notifying the state agency or the authority to that effect, but no
8such withdrawal or change shall affect a payroll certification already prepared.
SB21,908 9Section 908. 20.921 (1) (bm) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,493,1610 20.921 (1) (bm) Any state officer or employee or any employee of the University
11of Wisconsin System Authority or the
University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
12Authority may request in writing that a specified part of his or her salary be deferred
13under a deferred compensation plan of a deferred compensation plan provider
14selected under s. 40.80. The request shall be made to the state agency or to the
15authority in the form and manner prescribed in the deferred compensation plan and
16may be withdrawn as prescribed in that plan.
SB21,909 17Section 909. 20.921 (1) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,493,2218 20.921 (1) (c) Written requests under this subsection shall be filed with the
19state agency, the University of Wisconsin System Authority, or the University of
20Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority and shall constitute authority to the state
21agency or to the authority to make certification for each such officer or employee and
22for payment of the amounts so deducted or deferred.
SB21,910 23Section 910. 20.921 (1) (d) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,494,1224 20.921 (1) (d) 1. For the purpose of handling savings bond purchases, each state
25agency not on the central payroll system, the University of Wisconsin System

1Authority,
and the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority shall
2designate an officer or employee thereof who shall serve as trustee. The trustee shall
3serve without compensation as such. The state agency or the authority shall furnish
4the trustee the necessary files, supplies and clerical and accounting assistance. Each
5trustee shall file with the state agency or the authority a bond in such amount as the
6state agency or the authority determines, with a corporation authorized to do surety
7business in this state as surety, which bond shall be conditioned upon the trustee's
8faithful execution of his or her trust. The trustee shall file another or additional bond
9whenever the state agency or the authority so determines. The cost of any bond
10required by a state agency shall be paid out of the appropriation made to the state
11agency for its administration. For those state agencies on the central payroll system,
12the trustee shall be a person designated by the secretary of administration.
SB21,911 13Section 911. 20.921 (1) (f) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,494,1814 20.921 (1) (f) The office of the governor shall prepare a statement explaining
15the bond purchase plan and its purpose and transmit copies of such statement to each
16state agency, the University of Wisconsin System Authority, and to the University
17of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority for distribution to their officers and
18employees.
SB21,912 19Section 912. 20.921 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,495,320 20.921 (2) (a) Whenever it becomes necessary in pursuance of any federal or
21state law or court-ordered assignment of income under s. 46.10 (14) (e), 49.345 (14)
22(e), 301.12 (14) (e), 767.225 (1) (L), 767.513 (3), or 767.75 to make deductions from
23the salaries of state officers or employees, employees of the University of Wisconsin
24System Authority,
or employees of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics
25Authority, the state agency or authority by which the officers or employees are

1employed is responsible for making those deductions and paying over the total of
2those deductions for the purposes provided by the laws or orders under which they
3were made.
SB21,913 4Section 913. 20.921 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,495,105 20.921 (2) (b) The head of each state agency, the president of the University of
6Wisconsin System Authority,
or the chief executive officer of the University of
7Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority shall deduct from the salary of any
8employee the amount certified under s. 7.33 (5) which is received by the employee for
9service as an election official while the employee is on a paid leave of absence under
10s. 7.33 (3).
SB21,914 11Section 914. 20.923 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,495,1712 20.923 (2) (b) The annual salary of each state senator , and representative to
13the assembly, justice of the supreme court, court of appeals judge and circuit judge
14shall be reviewed and established in the same manner as provided for positions in
15the classified service under s. 230.12 (3). The salary established for the chief justice
16of the supreme court shall be different than the salaries established for the associate
17justices of the supreme court.
SB21,915 18Section 915. 20.923 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,496,219 20.923 (3) Justices and judges. The annual salary for any supreme court
20justice or judge of the court of appeals or circuit court shall be established under sub.
21(2), except that any
reviewed and established in the same manner as provided for
22positions in the classified service under s. 230.12 (3), but shall be based on
23recommendations submitted to the joint committee on employment relations by the
24judicial compensation commission under s. 757.84 (2). The
compensation

1adjustments granted under s. 230.12 shall not become effective until such time as
2any justice or judge takes the oath of office.
SB21,916 3Section 916. 20.923 (4) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,497,44 20.923 (4) State agency positions. (intro.) State agency heads, the
5administrator of the division director of the bureau of merit recruitment and
6selection in the office of state employment relations department of administration
7and commission chairpersons and members shall be identified and limited in
8number in accordance with the standardized nomenclature contained in this
9subsection, and shall be assigned to the executive salary groups listed in pars. (a) to
10(h). Except for positions specified in pars. (c) 3m. and (g) 1e. and sub. (12), all
11unclassified division administrator positions enumerated under s. 230.08 (2) (e)
12shall be assigned, when approved by the joint committee on employment relations,
13by the director of the office administrator of the division of state employment
14relations
personnel management in the department of administration to one of 10
15executive salary groups. The joint committee on employment relations, by majority
16vote of the full committee, may amend recommendations for initial position
17assignments and changes in assignments to the executive salary groups submitted
18by the director of the office administrator of the division of state employment
19relations
personnel management in the department of administration. All division
20administrator assignments and amendments to assignments of administrator
21positions approved by the committee shall become part of the compensation plan.
22Whenever a new unclassified division administrator position is created, the
23appointing authority may set the salary for the position until the joint committee on
24employment relations approves assignment of the position to an executive salary
25group. If the committee approves assignment of the position to an executive salary

1group having a salary range minimum or maximum inconsistent with the salary
2paid to the incumbent at the time of such approval, the incumbent's salary shall be
3adjusted by the appointing authority to conform with the committee's action,
4effective on the date of that action. Positions are assigned as follows:
SB21,917 5Section 917. 20.923 (4) (c) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,497,76 20.923 (4) (c) 2. Administration Financial institutions and professional
7standards
, department of; office of business development: director.
SB21,918 8Section 918. 20.923 (4) (c) 3m. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,497,119 20.923 (4) (c) 3m. Administration, department of; office division of state
10employment relations; division
personnel management; bureau of merit recruitment
11and selection: administrator.
SB21,919 12Section 919. 20.923 (4) (f) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
SB21,497,1413 20.923 (4) (f) 1. Administration, department of; office division of state
14employment relations: director
personnel management: administrator.
SB21,920 15Section 920. 20.923 (4) (f) 3d. of the statutes is created to read:
SB21,497,1716 20.923 (4) (f) 3d. Financial institutions and professional standards,
17department of: secretary.
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