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DSPT 5th Apportionment Summary Letter FY 2012-13

Letter Head: Tom Torlakson, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, California Department of Education

January 22, 2013

NOTICE OF THE FIFTH APPORTIONMENT FOR THE REGIONAL
OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS THAT PARTICIPATED IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF CHALLENGE TESTS AND TRAINING COURSES TO COMMUNITY CARE FACILITIES DIRECT SUPPORT PROFESSIONALS, FISCAL YEAR 2012–13

The State Controller, State Treasurer, State Department of Finance, County Superintendents of Schools, Auditors, and Treasurers are hereby notified that an apportionment has been made for Regional Occupational Centers and Programs that supported the Direct Support Professional Program, Item 6110-105-0001, 2012 Budget Act, Chapter 268, Statutes of 2012 (Assembly Bill 1781, Laird).

Summary of Apportionment:

Chapter 171..................................................................................................... $2,647,000                   

Previous Apportionments................................................................. $ 604,210

Less: Current Apportionment.......................................................... $ 134,245

Balance Available............................................................................................ $1,908,545

This apportionment is made in support of the administration of challenge tests and training courses to community care facilities direct support professionals, as identified on the monthly financial report submitted to the California Department of Education.

Warrants will be drawn on the State Treasury by the State Controller in favor of the County Treasurers as specified on the attached schedule. The County Treasurers are requested to deposit immediately the amount received to the General Fund of the local educational agency.

I hereby certify that this is a true and correct statement of apportionment made by me as directed by law. I further certify that this apportionment is in accordance with all applicable provisions of the Budget Act, the California Education Code, and the Constitution of the State of California pertaining to the particular appropriation cited in this document.

Jeannie Oropeza, Deputy Superintendent                                                                 

Services for Administration, Finance, Technology, and Infrastructure Branch                                                    

                                                

PCA: 23515 INDEX: 0615  SACS: 6355 8590

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