Special Report: Department of Family and Protective Services 87th Legislature Appropriation | House and Senate Side-by-Side

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The House and Senate have introduced each chamber’s version of the appropriations bill. While the differences between the two bills are not as great as in years past, there are some differences highlighted in the comparison document below. Following the appropriations comparison table is the summary exceptional item table for the Department of Family and Protective Services. There are five exceptional items in all. Following the table is a description of each exceptional item. Department of Family and Protective Services Exceptional Item Request Summary   Exceptional Item Descriptions Sustain Child Protective Services. 1. DFPS requests a partial restoration of the travel budget that was part of the 5% general revenue reduction. The agency is implementing a reduction to the mileage reimbursement as way to reduce costs in FY 2022 and FY 2023. The reduction associated with the 5% reduction process was based on reduced travel due to the pandemic. The agency exp

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