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Program A: Administrative

Program Authorization: R.S. 36:401

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

The mission of the Administrative Program is to deliver goods and services to a variety of customers, such as the Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program, Troopers, Cadets, state departments, private agencies, employees, and the general public and to promote the use of these services.

The goal of the Administrative Program is to provide the highest quality food services in the most efficient and effective manner while not sacrificing sanitation and offer reasonable prices and still being able to maintain a self-supporting operation.

The Administrative Program consists of one activity, Food Services.

The Food Services activity consist of four cafeterias. The Barracks kitchen serves only housed inmates and Department of Public Safety Officers seven days a week three meals per day. THe Headquarters Cafeteria's primary function is to serve employees on the Headquarter's Compound in addition to any agencies and the general public. The Academy Cafeteria's function is to serve the troopers, cadets, Anti-Terrorism Assistance Program training course participants, and any other agencies, including both state and private. The Holden Cafeteria's primary function is to serve food and lodging for both state and private agencies in training at the Holden Emergency Response Training Facility.

OBJECTIVES AND PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

1. In FY 1998-99, the Administrative Program will increase sales by 35% over FY 1997-98 sales.

2. In FY 1998-99, the Administrative Program will survey 100% of customers to determine food preferences and develop menus before training classes begin.

3. In FY 1998-99, the Administrative Program will serve a good quality and well balanced meal in the price range of $2.50-$3.25 for breakfast and $4.00-$5.00 for lunch.

1 Price reflects greater variety for breakfast.

2 Price reflects greater variety for lunch.

4. In FY 1998-99, the Administrative Program will maintain 100% staffing level by having in-house training with a replacement inmate in place before an inmate staffer is released.

RESOURCE ALLOCATION FOR THE PROGRAM

SOURCE OF FUNDING

This program is funded from self-generated revenue derived from the sale of meals to the general public.

ANALYSIS OF RECOMMENDATION

GENERAL FUND

TOTAL

T.O.

 

DESCRIPTION

 

 

 

 

 

$0

$1,330,522

17

 

ACT 1430 FISCAL YEAR 1997-1998

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BA-7 TRANSACTIONS:

$0

$0

0

 

None

 

 

 

 

 

$0

$1,330,522

17

 

EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET - December 10, 1997

 

 

 

 

 

$0

$139,097

0

 

Equipment/Major Repairs Adjustment(s)

$0

$7,455

0

 

Annualization of 1997 -'98 Merit Pay Adjustment(s)

$0

$6,283

0

 

1998 -'99 Merit Pay Adjustment(s)

$0

($33,538)

(2)

 

Personnel Reductions(s)

$0

$7,415

0

 

Attrition Adjustment(s)

$0

($1,308)

0

 

Retirement Rate Adjustment(s)

$0

$10

0

 

Adjustment(s) for Civil Service, Training and Other Statewide Interagency Transfer Activities

$0

$345

0

 

Risk Management Adjustment(s)

 

 

 

 

 

$0

$1,456,281

15

 

TOTAL RECOMMENDED

 

 

 

 

 

$0

$125,759

(2)

 

DIFFERENCE (TOTAL RECOMMENDED AND EXISTING OPERATING BUDGET)

The total means of financing for this program is recommended at 109.4% of the existing operating budget. It represents 82.9% of the total request ($1,756,184) for this program. Significant changes include increased funding for acquisitions and the elimination of two vacant positions.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

This program does not have funding for Professional Services for Fiscal Year 1998-1999.

OTHER CHARGES

 

 

Interagency Transfers:

$1,082

 

Civil Service/CPTP pro rata share of expenses

 

 

 

$1,082

 

TOTAL INTERAGENCY TRANSFERS

ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS

$154,900

 

Cooking equipment

 

 

 

$154,900

 

TOTAL ACQUISITIONS AND MAJOR REPAIRS


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