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Estimated General Fund Disbursements for July 2009 - Payments to Be Made with Regular Warrants (Not IOUs)


Please Note: This page will be updated as new information becomes available.


Constitutionally Required
Estimated Regular Payments to Be Made (Not IOUs) in July 2009
Category
Payments to Be Made
School Apportionment -
Revenue Limit
$5.82 billion
K-12 Categoricals
$395 million
Schools (other education), including
CalWorks Stage 2 and 3
$35 million
University of California
$346 million
State Universities and Colleges
$324 million
California Community Colleges
$550 million
Debt Service on General Obligation Bonds
$16 million
General Fund Interest Paid
$25 million
Public Employees' Retirement System
$416 million
State Teachers' Retirement System
$198 million

Court Required
 Estimated Regular Payments to Be Made (Not IOUs) in July 2009
Category
Payments to Be Made
Master Payroll Transfer - Employees Covered By Federal Labor Standards Act
$960 million
Master Payroll Transfer (Legislators, Legislative employees, appointees and other exempt employees) 
$15 million
Judicial Branch (payroll,Trial Court Judges)
$125 million
Department of Social Services In Home Support Services (provides services to aged, blind or disabled persons to remain in their homes)
$125 million
Department of Corrections (Receivership)
$ 171 million

Federally Required
Estimated Regular Payments to Be Made (Not IOUs) in July 2009
Category
Payments to Be Made
Managed Risk Medical Insurance Board's Healthy Families Program (subsidized children's health insurance program for low- to moderate-income families)
$33 million
Department of Health Care Services payments for Institutional Providers*
$865 million
Department of Health Care Services payments for Non-Institutional Providers*
$445 million
Department of Health Care Services payments for Medi-Cal County Administration and Fiscal Intermediary (for the processing of all claims and payments for Medi-Cal services, and supporting the cost of county workers who determine Medi-Cal eligibility)
$31 million
Department of Child Support Services payments for local child support agency administrative and operating expenses
$ 4 million

*Only includes Medi-Cal programs that receive Federal funding.  Payments for services funded solely by the State will be made with Registered Warrants.

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