1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3449 as follows:
1.2Delete everything after the enacting clause and insert:


1.6The sums shown in the columns marked "APPROPRIATIONS" are added to or, if
1.7shown in parentheses, subtracted from the appropriations in Laws 2009, chapter 101,
1.8article 1, to the agencies and for the purposes specified in this article. The appropriations
1.9are from the general fund, or another named fund, and are available for the fiscal years
1.10indicated for each purpose. The figures "2010" and "2011" used in this article mean
1.11that the addition to or subtraction from the appropriation listed under them is available
1.12for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010, or June 30, 2011, respectively. Supplemental
1.13appropriations and reductions to appropriations for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2010,
1.14are effective the day following final enactment.
Available for the Year
Ending June 30

Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
Appropriations by Fund
Health Care Access
Subd. 2.Senate
2.1The base budget for the Senate is $21,824,000
2.2in fiscal year 2012 and $21,824,000 in fiscal
2.3year 2013.
Subd. 3.House of Representatives
2.5During the biennium ending June 30, 2011,
2.6any revenues received by the house of
2.7representatives from voluntary donations
2.8to support broadcast or print media are
2.9appropriated to the house of representatives.
Subd. 4.Legislative Coordinating Commission
Reductions by Fund
Health Care Access
2.14The following amounts are canceled to the
2.15general fund from the accounts established
2.16under Minnesota Statutes, section 16A.281.
2.17These are onetime transfers.
2.18$395,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $299,000
2.19in fiscal year 2011 is canceled to the general
2.20fund from the house of representatives
2.21carryforward account.
2.22$154,000 in fiscal year 2011 is canceled
2.23to the general fund from the Legislative
2.24Coordinating Commission's carryforward

2.28$10,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $85,000
2.29in fiscal year 2011 are transferred from
2.30the interagency agreements account in the
2.31special revenue fund to the general fund.
2.32These are onetime transfers.




3.5The base budget for the Campaign Finance
3.6and Public Disclosure Board is $726,000 in
3.7fiscal year 2012 and $726,000 in fiscal year


3.12These reductions are from the enterprise
3.13planning and management program.


3.16(a) These reductions are from the government
3.17and citizens services program. $8,000 of
3.18the reductions in fiscal year 2011 is
3.19from the transfer to the commissioner
3.20of human services for a grant to the
3.21Council of Developmental Disabilities. The
3.22appropriation for this grant shall be included
3.23in the base budget for the commissioner of
3.24human services for the biennium beginning
3.25July 1, 2011, and is reduced by $8,000 each
3.26year of the biennium.
3.27(b) $209,000 in fiscal year 2010 is transferred
3.28from the central stores fund to the general
3.29fund. This is a onetime transfer.
4.1(c) The balance in the commuter van program
4.2account in the special revenue fund shall be
4.3transferred to the general fund on or before
4.4June 30, 2010. This is a onetime transfer.
4.5(d) The balance in the archaeology burial
4.6account of the special revenue fund shall be
4.7transferred to the general fund on or before
4.8June 30, 2010. This is a onetime transfer.
4.9(e) $1,492 in fiscal year 2010 is transferred
4.10from the utility rebates account in the special
4.11revenue fund to the general fund. This is a
4.12onetime transfer.


4.17(a) $300 in fiscal year 2010 and $300 in
4.18fiscal year 2011 are transferred from the
4.19combined charities administration account in
4.20the special revenue fund to the general fund.
4.21These are onetime transfers.
4.22(b) $8,700 in fiscal year 2010 and $10,700
4.23in fiscal year 2011 are transferred from the
4.24information systems division account in the
4.25special revenue fund to the general fund.
4.26These are onetime transfers.

Sec. 14. REVENUE
Subdivision 1.Total Appropriation
Appropriations by Fund
Health Care Access
Subd. 2.Tax System Management
Appropriations by Fund
Health Care Access
5.5(a) $4,857,000 is for additional activities
5.6to identify and collect tax liabilities from
5.7individuals and business that currently do not
5.8pay all taxes owed. This initiative is expected
5.9to result in new general fund revenues of
5.10$13,065,000 for fiscal year 2011.
5.11(b) The department must report to the chairs
5.12of the house of representative Ways and
5.13Means and senate Finance Committees by
5.14March 15, 2011, and January 15, 2012, on
5.15the following performance indicators:
5.16(1) the number of corporations noncompliant
5.17with the corporate tax system each year and
5.18the percentage and dollar amounts of valid
5.19tax liabilities collected;
5.20(2) the number of businesses noncompliant
5.21with the sales and use tax system and the
5.22percentage and dollar amount of the valid tax
5.23liabilities collected; and
5.24(3) the number of individual noncompliant
5.25cases resolved and the percentage and dollar
5.26amount of valid tax liabilities collected.
5.27(c) The reports must also identify base-level
5.28expenditures and staff positions related to
5.29compliance and audit activities, including
5.30baseline information as of January 1, 2009.
5.31The information must be provided at the
5.32budget activity level.
Subd. 3.Debt Collection Management
6.1$1,870,000 is for additional activities to
6.2identify and collect tax liabilities from
6.3individuals and businesses that currently
6.4do not pay all taxes owed. This initiative
6.5is expected to result in new general fund
6.6revenues of $13,800,000 for fiscal year 2011.

6.8$51,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $88,000
6.9in fiscal year 2011 are transferred from
6.10the lawful gambling account in the special
6.11revenue fund to the general fund. These are
6.12onetime transfers.

6.14$19,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $29,000 in
6.15fiscal year 2011 are transferred from the
6.16racing and card playing regulation accounts
6.17in the special revenue fund to the general
6.18fund. These are onetime transfers.

6.21This reduction is from the appropriation for
6.22potential state matching requirements under
6.23the American Reinvestment and Recovery
6.24Act of 2009.

6.25    Sec. 18. Laws 2009, chapter 101, article 1, section 31, is amended to read:
6.27    $225,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $225,000 $175,000 in fiscal year 2011 are
6.28appropriated from the lottery prize fund to the Gambling Control Board for a grant to the
6.29state affiliate recognized by the National Council on Problem Gambling. The affiliate
6.30must provide services to increase public awareness of problem gambling, education
6.31and training for individuals and organizations providing effective treatment services to
6.32problem gamblers and their families, and research relating to problem gambling. These
7.1services must be complimentary to and not duplicative of the services provided through
7.2the problem gambling program administered by the commissioner of human services. Of
7.3this appropriation, $50,000 in fiscal year 2010 and $50,000 in fiscal year 2011 are is
7.4contingent on the contribution of nonstate matching funds. Matching funds may be either
7.5cash or qualifying in-kind contributions. The commissioner of finance may disburse the
7.6state portion of the matching funds in increments of $25,000 upon receipt of a commitment
7.7for an equal amount of matching nonstate funds. These are onetime appropriations.

7.9By July 30, 2010, the commissioner of management and budget must allocate
7.10a reduction of $2,630,000 for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2011, to the operating
7.11budgets of executive branch state agencies, as defined in Minnesota Statutes, section
7.1216A.011, subdivision 12a. To the extent possible, this reduction must be achieved through
7.13estimated savings in expenditures for space, out-of-state travel, energy usage in state
7.14buildings, contracts for professional or technical services, and through increased employee
7.15telecommuting, and through consolidation of information technology functions. If
7.16expenditure reductions are achieved in dedicated funds other than those established in
7.17the state constitution or protected by federal law, the commissioner of management and
7.18budget may transfer the amount of the savings to the general fund. Executive branch state
7.19agencies must cooperate with the commissioner of management and budget in developing
7.20and implementing these reductions. Any amount of the reduction that cannot be achieved
7.21through savings in the expenditure types described in this section must be allocated to
7.22executive state agency operating budgets by the commissioner. Reductions in fiscal year
7.232011 must cancel to the general fund and shall be reflected as reductions in agency base
7.24budgets for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. The commissioner of management and budget
7.25must report to the chairs and ranking minority members of the senate Finance Committee
7.26and the house of representatives Ways and Means and Finance Committees regarding the
7.27amount of reductions in spending by each agency under this section.


7.30    Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 4.51, is amended to read:
7.32    Subdivision 1. Definitions. This section applies after a state general election
7.33in which a person who is not the current governor is elected to take office as the next
7.34governor. The commissioner of administration must request a transfer from the general
8.1fund contingent account of an amount equal to 1.5 percent of the amount appropriated
8.2for operation of the Office of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor for the current
8.3fiscal year. This request is subject to the review and advice of the Legislative Advisory
8.4Commission pursuant to section 3.30. If the transfer is approved, the commissioner of
8.5administration must make this amount available to the governor-elect before he or she
8.6takes office. The commissioner must provide office space for the governor-elect and for
8.7any employees the governor-elect hires. (a) "Governor-elect" means the person who is
8.8not currently governor and is the apparent successful candidate for the office of governor
8.9following a general election.
8.10(b) "Commissioner" means the commissioner of the Department of Management
8.11and Budget.
8.12    Subd. 2. Transition expenses. In the fiscal year of a gubernatorial election and
8.13subject to availability of funds, the commissioner shall transfer up to $162,000 from the
8.14general contingent account in the general fund to the Department of Management and
8.15Budget. This transfer is subject to the review and advice of the Legislative Advisory
8.16Commission pursuant to section 3.30. In consultation with the governor-elect, the
8.17commissioner shall use the transferred funds to pay expenses of the governor-elect
8.18associated with preparing for the assumption of official duties as governor. The
8.19commissioner may use the transferred funds for expenses necessary and prudent for
8.20establishment of a transition office prior to the election and for dissolution of the office if
8.21the incumbent governor is reelected or after the inauguration of a new governor. Expenses
8.22of the governor-elect may include suitable office space and equipment, communications
8.23and technology support, consulting services, compensation and travel costs, and other
8.24reasonable expenses. Compensation rates for temporary employees hired to support the
8.25governor-elect and rates paid for consulting services for the governor-elect shall be
8.26determined by the governor-elect.
8.27    Subd. 3. Unused funds. No new obligations shall be incurred for expenses of
8.28the governor-elect after the date of the inauguration. By March 31 of the year of the
8.29inauguration, the commissioner shall return to the general contingent account any funds
8.30transferred under this section that the commissioner determines are not needed to pay
8.31expenses of the governor-elect.

8.32    Sec. 2. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 5.30, is amended to read:
8.34    Subdivision 1. Establishment. The Help America Vote Act account is established
8.35as an account in the state treasury. Money received from the federal government under the
9.1Help America Vote Act, Public Law 107-252, must be deposited in the state treasury and
9.2credited to the account. Money appropriated from the general fund If the secretary of state
9.3determines that this state is otherwise eligible to receive an additional payment of this
9.4federal money, the secretary of state must certify to the commissioner of management and
9.5budget the amount, if any, needed to meet the matching requirement of section 253(b)(5)
9.6of the Help America Vote Act must be transferred to the account. In the certification, the
9.7secretary of state shall specify the portion of the match that should be taken from an
9.8unencumbered general fund appropriation to the secretary of state not designated for a
9.9different purpose. Upon receipt of that certification or as soon as an unencumbered general
9.10fund appropriation becomes available, whichever occurs later, the commissioner must
9.11transfer the specified amount to the account. Money earned from investing the assets of
9.12the account must be credited to the account. Money in the account does not cancel but
9.13remains available until expended. The account is subject to the requirements of section
9.14254(b) of the Help America Vote Act.
9.15    Subd. 2. Appropriation. Notwithstanding section 4.07, money in the Help America
9.16Vote Act account may be spent only pursuant to direct appropriations enacted from time
9.17to time by law. Money in the account is appropriated to the secretary of state and must
9.18be spent to improve administration of elections in accordance with the Help America
9.19Vote Act, the state plan certified by the governor under the act, and for reporting and
9.20administrative requirements under the act and plan. Money in the account must be used
9.21in a manner that is consistent with the maintenance of effort requirements of section
9.22254(a)(7) of the Help America Vote Act, Public Law 107-252, based on the level of state
9.23expenditures for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2000.
9.24EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

9.25    Sec. 3. [10.61] TWO-SIDED PRINTING.
9.26A printer operated by an entity in the state executive, legislative, or judicial branch
9.27must be configured so that the default print option is for two-sided printing if it is feasible
9.28to set two-sided printing as the default.

9.29    Sec. 4. [15B.055] PUBLIC ACCESS TO PARKING SPACES.
9.30To provide the public with greater access to legislative proceedings, all parking
9.31space on Aurora Avenue in front of the Capitol building must be reserved for the public.
9.32Revenue derived from public parking in these spaces must be deposited in the general fund.

9.33    Sec. 5. Minnesota Statutes 2009 Supplement, section 16A.82, is amended to read:
10.2$3,548,000 in fiscal year 2010; $3,546,000 in fiscal year 2011; and $10,054,000 in
10.3each fiscal year 2012 through 2019 The following amounts are appropriated from the
10.4general fund to the commissioner to make payments under a lease-purchase agreement
10.5as defined in section 16A.81 for replacement of the state's accounting and procurement
10.6systems, provided that the state is not obligated to continue such appropriation of funds or
10.7to make lease payments in any future fiscal year.
Fiscal year 2010
$ 2,828,038
Fiscal year 2011
$ 3,063,950
Fiscal year 2012
$ 8,967,850
Fiscal year 2013
$ 8,968,950
Fiscal year 2014
$ 8,970,850
Fiscal year 2015
$ 8,971,150
Fiscal year 2016
$ 8,966,450
Fiscal year 2017
$ 8,967,500
Fiscal year 2018
$ 8,970,750
Fiscal year 2019
$ 8,968,500
10.18Of these appropriations, up to $2,000 per year may be used to pay the annual trustee
10.19fees for the lease-purchase agreements authorized in this section and section 270C.145.
10.20Any unexpended portions of this appropriation cancel to the general fund at the close of
10.21each biennium. This section expires June 30, 2020 2019.
10.22EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

10.23    Sec. 6. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 16B.04, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
10.24    Subd. 2. Powers and duties, generally. Subject to other provisions of this chapter,
10.25the commissioner is authorized to:
10.26    (1) supervise, control, review, and approve all state contracts and purchasing;
10.27    (2) provide agencies with supplies and equipment and operate all central store or
10.28supply rooms serving more than one agency;
10.29    (3) investigate and study the management and organization of agencies, and
10.30reorganize them when necessary to ensure their effective and efficient operation;
10.31    (4) manage and control state property, real and personal;
10.32    (5) maintain and operate all state buildings, as described in section 16B.24,
10.33subdivision 1
10.34    (6) supervise, control, review, and approve all capital improvements to state
10.35buildings and the capitol building and grounds;
10.36    (7) provide central duplicating, printing, and mail facilities;
11.1    (8) oversee publication of official documents and provide for their sale;
11.2    (9) manage and operate parking facilities for state employees and a central motor
11.3pool for travel on state business;
11.4    (10) provide rental space within the capitol complex for a private day care center for
11.5children of state employees. The commissioner shall contract for services as provided
11.6in this chapter; and
11.7(11) settle state employee workers' compensation claims.; and
11.8(12) operate a state recycling center.
11.9EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective July 1, 2010.

11.10    Sec. 7. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 16B.24, subdivision 3, is amended to read:
11.11    Subd. 3. Disposal of old buildings. (a) Upon request from the head of an agency
11.12with control of a state-owned building with an estimated market value of less than
11.13$50,000, as determined by the commissioner, the commissioner may sell, demolish, or
11.14otherwise dispose of the building if the commissioner determines that the building is no
11.15longer used or is a fire or safety hazard.
11.16The commissioner, (b) Upon request of the head of an agency which has with control
11.17of a state-owned building which is no longer used or which is a fire or safety hazard, shall,
11.18with an estimated market value of $50,000 or more, as determined by the commissioner,
11.19the commissioner may sell, demolish, or otherwise dispose of the building after
11.20determining that the building is no longer used or is a fire or safety hazard and obtaining
11.21approval of the chairs of the senate Finance Committee and house of representatives Ways
11.22and Means Committee, sell, wreck, or otherwise dispose of the building.
11.23(c) In the event a sale is made under this subdivision, the proceeds shall be deposited
11.24in the proper account or in the general fund from which the appropriation to acquire
11.25the building was made.

11.26    Sec. 8. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 16B.48, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
11.27    Subd. 2. Purpose of funds. Money in the state treasury credited to the general
11.28services revolving fund and money that is deposited in the fund is appropriated annually to
11.29the commissioner for the following purposes:
11.30(1) to operate a central store and equipment service;
11.31(2) to operate the central mailing service, including purchasing postage and related
11.32items and refunding postage deposits;
11.33(3) to operate a documents service as prescribed by section 16B.51;
12.1(4) to provide services for the maintenance, operation, and upkeep of buildings and
12.2grounds managed by the commissioner of administration;
12.3(5) to operate a materials handling service, including interagency mail and product
12.4delivery, solid waste removal, courier service, equipment rental, and vehicle and
12.5equipment maintenance;
12.6(6) to provide analytical, statistical, and organizational development services to
12.7state agencies, local units of government, metropolitan and regional agencies, and school
12.9(7) to operate a records center and provide micrographics products and services; and
12.10(8) to perform services for any other agency. Money may be expended for this
12.11purpose only when directed by the governor. The agency receiving the services shall
12.12reimburse the fund for their cost, and the commissioner shall make the appropriate
12.13transfers when requested. The term "services" as used in this clause means compensation
12.14paid officers and employees of the state government; supplies, materials, equipment,
12.15and other articles and things used by or furnished to an agency; and utility services and
12.16other services for the maintenance, operation, and upkeep of buildings and offices of
12.17the state government.; and
12.18(9) to operate a state recycling center.
12.19EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective July 1, 2010.

12.20    Sec. 9. Minnesota Statutes 2009 Supplement, section 16E.02, subdivision 1, is
12.21amended to read:
12.22    Subdivision 1. Office management and structure. (a) The chief information officer
12.23is appointed by the governor. The chief information officer serves in the unclassified
12.24service at the pleasure of the governor. The chief information officer must have experience
12.25leading enterprise-level information technology organizations. The chief information
12.26officer is the state's chief information officer and information and telecommunications
12.27technology advisor to the governor.
12.28(b) The chief information officer may appoint other employees of the office.
12.29The staff of the office must include individuals knowledgeable in information and
12.30telecommunications technology systems and services and individuals with specialized
12.31training in information security and accessibility.
12.32(c) The chief information officer shall appoint a Webmaster responsible for the
12.33supervision and development of state Web sites under the control of the office including,
12.34but not limited to, Web sites maintained under section 16E.07. The Webmaster shall
12.35ensure that these Web sites are maintained in an easily accessible format that is consistent
13.1throughout state government and are consistent with the accessibility standards developed
13.2under section 16E.03, subdivision 9. The Webmaster shall provide assistance and
13.3guidance consistent with the requirements of this paragraph to other state agencies for the
13.4maintenance of other Web sites not under the direct control of the office.

13.5    Sec. 10. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 16E.04, subdivision 2, is amended to read:
13.6    Subd. 2. Responsibilities. (a) In addition to other activities prescribed by law, the
13.7office shall carry out the duties set out in this subdivision.
13.8    (b) The office shall develop and establish a state information architecture to ensure:
13.9(1) that state agency development and purchase of information and communications
13.10systems, equipment, and services is designed to ensure that individual agency information
13.11systems complement and do not needlessly duplicate or conflict with the systems of other
13.12agencies; and
13.13(2) enhanced public access to data can be provided consistent with standards
13.14developed under section 16E.05, subdivision 4.
13.15When state agencies have need for the same or similar public data, the chief information
13.16officer, in coordination with the affected agencies, shall manage the most efficient and
13.17cost-effective method of producing and storing data for or sharing data between those
13.18agencies. The development of this information architecture must include the establishment
13.19of standards and guidelines to be followed by state agencies. The office shall ensure
13.20compliance with the architecture.
13.21    (c) The office shall assist state agencies in the planning and management of
13.22information systems so that an individual information system reflects and supports the
13.23state agency's mission and the state's requirements and functions. The office shall review
13.24and approve agency technology plans to ensure consistency with enterprise information
13.25and telecommunications technology strategy. By January 15 of each year, the chief
13.26information officer must report to the chairs and the ranking minority members of
13.27the legislative committees and divisions with jurisdiction over the office regarding the
13.28assistance provided under this paragraph. The report must include a listing of agencies
13.29that have developed or are developing plans under this paragraph.
13.30    (d) The office shall review and approve agency requests for funding for the
13.31development or purchase of information systems equipment or software before the
13.32requests may be included in the governor's budget.
13.33    (e) The office shall review major purchases of information systems equipment to:
13.34    (1) ensure that the equipment follows the standards and guidelines of the state
13.35information architecture;
14.1    (2) ensure the agency's proposed purchase reflects a cost-effective policy regarding
14.2volume purchasing; and
14.3    (3) ensure that the equipment is consistent with other systems in other state agencies
14.4so that data can be shared among agencies, unless the office determines that the agency
14.5purchasing the equipment has special needs justifying the inconsistency.
14.6    (f) The office shall review the operation of information systems by state agencies
14.7and ensure that these systems are operated efficiently and securely and continually meet
14.8the standards and guidelines established by the office. The standards and guidelines must
14.9emphasize uniformity that is cost-effective for the enterprise, that encourages information
14.10interchange, open systems environments, and portability of information whenever
14.11practicable and consistent with an agency's authority and chapter 13.
14.12    (g) The office shall conduct a comprehensive review at least every three years of
14.13the information systems investments that have been made by state agencies and higher
14.14education institutions. The review must include recommendations on any information
14.15systems applications that could be provided in a more cost-beneficial manner by an outside
14.16source. The office must report the results of its review to the legislature and the governor.

14.17    Sec. 11. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 16E.05, is amended by adding a subdivision
14.18to read:
14.19    Subd. 4. Standards for transparency. The chief information officer shall develop
14.20standards to enhance public access to electronic data maintained by state government,
14.21consistent with the requirements of chapter 13. The standards must ensure that:
14.22(1) the state information architecture facilitates public access to agency data;
14.23(2) publicly available data is managed using an approved state metadata model; and
14.24(3) all geospatial data conform to an approved state geocode model.

14.25    Sec. 12. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 79.34, subdivision 1, is amended to read:
14.26    Subdivision 1. Conditions requiring membership. The nonprofit association
14.27known as the Workers' Compensation Reinsurance Association may be incorporated under
14.28chapter 317A with all the powers of a corporation formed under that chapter, except that
14.29if the provisions of that chapter are inconsistent with sections 79.34 to 79.40, sections
14.3079.34 to 79.40 govern. Each insurer as defined by section 79.01, subdivision 2, shall, as
14.31a condition of its authority to transact workers' compensation insurance in this state, be
14.32a member of the reinsurance association and is bound by the plan of operation of the
14.33reinsurance association; provided, that all affiliated insurers within a holding company
14.34system as defined in chapter 60D are considered a single entity for purposes of the exercise
15.1of all rights and duties of membership in the reinsurance association. Each self-insurer
15.2approved under section 176.181 and each political subdivision that self-insures shall, as a
15.3condition of its authority to self-insure workers' compensation liability in this state, be a
15.4member of the reinsurance association and is bound by its plan of operation; provided that:
15.5(1) all affiliated companies within a holding company system, as determined by
15.6the commissioner of labor and industry in a manner consistent with the standards and
15.7definitions in chapter 60D, are considered a single entity for purposes of the exercise of all
15.8rights and duties of membership in the reinsurance association; and
15.9(2) all group self-insurers granted authority to self-insure pursuant to section
15.10176.181 are considered single entities for purposes of the exercise of all the rights and
15.11duties of membership in the reinsurance association. As a condition of its authority to
15.12self-insure workers' compensation liability, and for losses incurred after December 31,
15.131983, the state is a member of the reinsurance association and is bound by its plan of
15.14operation. The commissioner of management and budget administration represents
15.15the state in the exercise of all the rights and duties of membership in the reinsurance
15.16association. The amounts necessary to pay the state's premiums required for coverage by
15.17the Workers' Compensation Reinsurance Association are appropriated from the general
15.18fund to the commissioner of management and budget administration. The University
15.19of Minnesota shall pay its portion of workers' compensation reinsurance premiums
15.20directly to the Workers' Compensation Reinsurance Association. For the purposes of
15.21this section, "state" means the administrative branch of state government, the legislative
15.22branch, the judicial branch, the University of Minnesota, and any other entity whose
15.23workers' compensation liability is paid from the state revolving fund. The commissioner
15.24of management and budget may calculate, prorate, and charge a department or agency
15.25the portion of premiums paid to the reinsurance association for employees who are
15.26paid wholly or in part by federal funds, dedicated funds, or special revenue funds. The
15.27reinsurance association is not a state agency. Actions of the reinsurance association and its
15.28board of directors and actions of the commissioner of labor and industry with respect to
15.29the reinsurance association are not subject to chapters 13 and 15. All property owned by
15.30the association is exempt from taxation. The reinsurance association is not obligated to
15.31make any payments or pay any assessments to any funds or pools established pursuant to
15.32this chapter or chapter 176 or any other law.
15.33EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

15.34    Sec. 13. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 115A.15, subdivision 6, is amended to read:
16.1    Subd. 6. Use of funds. All funds appropriated by the state for the resource recovery
16.2program, all revenues resulting from the sale of recyclable and reusable commodities made
16.3available for sale as a result of the resource recovery program, and all reimbursements
16.4to the commissioner of expenses incurred by the commissioner in developing and
16.5administering resource recovery systems for state agencies, governmental units, and
16.6nonprofit organizations must be deposited in the general fund. The commissioner shall
16.7determine the waste disposal cost savings associated with recycling and reuse activities.
16.8will be used by the service provider to offset the cost of the recycling.
16.9EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective July 1, 2010.

16.10    Sec. 14. Minnesota Statutes 2009 Supplement, section 270C.145, is amended to read:
16.12$855,000 in fiscal year 2010; $853,000 in fiscal year 2011; and $2,519,000 in each
16.13fiscal year 2012 through 2019 is The following amounts are appropriated from the general
16.14fund to the commissioner to make payments under a lease-purchase agreement as defined
16.15in section 16A.81 for completing the purchase and development of an integrated tax
16.16software package; provided that the state is not obligated to continue the appropriation of
16.17funds or to make lease payments in any future fiscal year.
Fiscal year 2010
$ 670,213
Fiscal year 2011
$ 748,550
Fiscal year 2012
$ 2,250,150
Fiscal year 2013
$ 2,251,550
Fiscal year 2014
$ 2,250,350
Fiscal year 2015
$ 2,251,550
Fiscal year 2016
$ 2,249,950
Fiscal year 2017
$ 2,251,250
Fiscal year 2018
$ 2,249,000
Fiscal year 2019
$ 2,247,000
16.28 Any unexpended portions of this appropriation cancel to the general fund at the
16.29close of each biennium. This section expires June 30, 2019.
16.30EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective the day following final enactment.

16.31    Sec. 15. Minnesota Statutes 2009 Supplement, section 289A.08, subdivision 16,
16.32is amended to read:
16.33    Subd. 16. Tax refund or return preparers; electronic filing; paper filing fee
16.34imposed. (a) A "tax refund or return preparer," as defined in section 289A.60, subdivision
, paragraph (f), who prepared is a tax return preparer for purposes of section 6011(e)
17.2of the Internal Revenue Code, and who reasonably expects to prepare more than 100
17.3ten Minnesota individual income tax returns for the prior calendar year must file all
17.4Minnesota individual income tax returns prepared for the current that calendar year by
17.5electronic means.
17.6(b) Paragraph (a) does not apply to a return if the taxpayer has indicated on the return
17.7that the taxpayer did not want the return filed by electronic means.
17.8(c) For each return that is not filed electronically by a tax refund or return preparer
17.9under this subdivision, including returns filed under paragraph (b), a paper filing fee
17.10of $5 is imposed upon the preparer. The fee is collected from the preparer in the same
17.11manner as income tax. The fee does not apply to returns that the commissioner requires
17.12to be filed in paper form.
17.13EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective for tax returns filed after December
17.1431, 2010.

17.15    Sec. 16. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 471.6175, subdivision 4, is amended to read:
17.16    Subd. 4. Account maintenance. (a) A political subdivision or other public entity
17.17may establish a trust account to be held under the supervision of the trust administrator for
17.18the purposes of this section. A trust administrator shall establish a separate account for
17.19each participating political subdivision or public entity. The trust administrator may charge
17.20participating political subdivisions and public entities fees for reasonable administrative
17.21costs. The amount of any fees charged by the Public Employees Retirement Association is
17.22appropriated to the association from the account. A trust administrator may establish other
17.23reasonable terms and conditions for creation and maintenance of these accounts.
17.24    (b) The trust administrator must report to the political subdivision or other public
17.25entity on the investment returns of invested trust assets and on all investment fees or costs
17.26incurred by the trust. The annual rates of return, along with investment and administrative
17.27fees and costs for the trust, must be disclosed in the political subdivision's or public entity's
17.28annual financial audit in a manner prescribed by the state auditor.
17.29    (c) Effective for fiscal years beginning after December 31, 2009 2013, the trust
17.30administrator must report electronically to the state auditor the portfolio and performance
17.31information specified in section 356.219, subdivision 3, in the manner prescribed by
17.32the state auditor.

18.1By January 15, 2011, the chief information officer shall report to the chairs and
18.2ranking minority members of the legislative committees with jurisdiction over the
18.3Office of Enterprise Technology regarding the development of the standards to enhance
18.4public access to data required under Minnesota Statutes, section 16E.05, subdivision 4.
18.5The report must describe the process for development of the standards, including the
18.6opportunity provided for public comment, and specify the components of the standards
18.7that have been implemented, including a description of the level of public use of the new
18.8opportunities for data access under the standards.

18.10(a) The commissioner of revenue shall issue a request for proposals for a contract to
18.11implement a system of tax analytics and business intelligence tools to enhance the state's
18.12tax collection process and revenues by improving the means of identifying candidates
18.13for audit and collection activities and prioritizing those activities to provide the highest
18.14returns on auditors' and collection agents' time. The request for proposals must require
18.15that the system recommended and implemented by the contractor:
18.16(1) leverage the Department of Revenue's existing data and other available data
18.17sources to build models that more effectively and efficiently identify accounts for audit
18.18review and collections;
18.19(2) leverage advanced analytical techniques and technology such as pattern
18.20detection, predictive modeling, clustering, outlier detection, and link analysis to identify
18.21suspect accounts for audit review and collections;
18.22(3) leverage a variety of approaches and analytical techniques to rank accounts and
18.23improve the success rate and the return on investment of department employees engaged
18.24in audit activities;
18.25(4) leverage technology to make the audit process more sustainable and stable, even
18.26with turnover of department auditing staff;
18.27(5) provide optimization capabilities to more effectively prioritize collections and
18.28increase the efficiency of employees engaged in collections activities; and
18.29(6) incorporate mechanisms to decrease wrongful auditing and reduce interference
18.30with Minnesota taxpayers who are fully complying with the laws.
18.31(b) Based on responses to the request for proposals, the commissioner shall enter
18.32into a contract for the services specified in paragraph (a) by July 1, 2011. The contract
18.33must incorporate a performance-based vendor financing option whereby the vendor shares
18.34in the risk of the project's success.
18.35EFFECTIVE DATE.This section is effective January 1, 2011."
19.1Delete the title and insert:
19.2"A bill for an act
19.3relating to state government; appropriating money or making reductions to
19.4certain state government programs or activities; changing provisions for expenses
19.5of governor-elect, Help America Vote Act account, disposal of old state-owned
19.6buildings, public access to parking spaces, and lease purchase agreements;
19.7providing for operation of a state recycling center and a state Webmaster for
19.8state Web sites; requiring two-sided printing for state use; requiring standards
19.9to enhance public access to state electronic data; modifying provisions for tax
19.10return preparers; requiring a report; requesting proposals for enhancing the state's
19.11tax collection process and revenues;amending Minnesota Statutes 2008, sections
19.124.51; 5.30; 16B.04, subdivision 2; 16B.24, subdivision 3; 16B.48, subdivision
19.132; 16E.04, subdivision 2; 16E.05, by adding a subdivision; 79.34, subdivision
19.141; 115A.15, subdivision 6; 471.6175, subdivision 4; Minnesota Statutes 2009
19.15Supplement, sections 16A.82; 16E.02, subdivision 1; 270C.145; 289A.08,
19.16subdivision 16; Laws 2009, chapter 101, article 1, section 31; proposing coding
19.17for new law in Minnesota Statutes, chapters 10; 15B."