Committee on Appropriations A/V — 2017

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Minutes00:01:20
Secretary Lynne Valenti, Department of Social Services, presented Program Outcomes to the Joint Appropriations Committee - Page 100:05:00
DSS Strategic Goals for Years 2016 -2021 - Page 200:05:20
Connections to Work - Pie Chart - Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) - Page 300:06:02
Senator Sutton - question who or what department determines if an individual is actively seeking work, how does it work, and is there supporting documentation 00:07:50
Senator Peters - question explain process how to personalize an employment plan and how to obtain Unemployment Benefits00:10:37
Senator Sutton - question how many people are affected and which department provides an Employment Specialist for SNAP and TANF recipients00:11:46
Senator Nesiba - question are the vast majority of people in SNAP program elderly, disabled, or children00:14:22
Senator Peters - question is there a list of different categories and number of people using SNAP and Requested Follow-Up00:14:46
Connections to Work - Child Care Subsidy - Page 400:16:39
Senator Nesiba - question what were the adjustments made to the Child Care Subsidy in the Year 2011 and has that reduction been restored - Requested Follow-Up00:17:40
Child Support Collections - Page 500:19:34
Child Support Collections - FY16 $115.3 million in Child Support payments were collected and serve 60,418 Child Support Cases - Page 600:20:05
Senator Nesiba - question what is the funding relationship between Child Support Payments and TANF 00:20:40
Health Management: Access to Healthcare - 2015 Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) Survey - Page 700:22:08
Health Management - Health Homes - Page 800:23:57
Health Management: Caring for People in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Stories - Page 900:25:53
Health Management: Caring for People in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Health Homes Outcome FY15 - FY16 - Page 1000:26:09
Senator Partridge - question are there year by year performance assessments of Health Home Outcomes and Requested Follow-Up00:27:40
Senator Peters - question what are the levels of Health Homes Outcomes and can cost saving measures be enforced00:29:06
Health Management: Caring for People in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Statistics - Page 1100:30:28
Senator Peters - question what are the emergency department and inpatient costs, trends, and detailed information and Requested Follow-Up00:31:05
Health Managment: Caring for People in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Health Homes - Avoided Costs - Graph - Page 1200:32:36
Supporting People in their Homes and Communities in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Money Follows the Person - Chart - Page 1300:33:38
Senator Peters - question how many people are in nursing homes and the development center and what percentage are in the Money Follows the Person Program00:34:47
Senator Peters - question what is the total cost of Money Follows the Person Program and Requested Follow-Up00:38:30
Supporting People in their Homes and Communities in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Community Based Services - Elderly and Disabled and Geriatric Psychiatric Treatment - Page 1400:38:50
Supporting People in their Homes and Communities in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Community Based Services - Mental Health Services - Page 1500:40:04
Supporting People in their Homes and Communities in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Community Based Services-Substance Abuse Treatment - Chart - South Dakota versus National Average - Page 1600:41:34
Senator Peters - question how many people were discharged after completing treatment and were employed after discharge00:42:12
Supporting People in their Homes and Communities in the Most Cost-Effective Manner - Community Based Services - Criminal Justice Initiative - Chart - Page 1700:43:30
Senator Peters - question how many people are served in a year and Requested Follow-Up00:44:38
Senator Tidemann - question how long does the department track someone who participates in the Community Based Services - Criminal Justice Initiative Program00:46:07
Senator Peters - question should the department monitor controlled drug use longer than six months00:46:29
Senator Partridge - question is the South Dakota CBISA (Cognitive Behavorial Interventions for Substance Abuse) program more successful than other states00:47:10
Correctional Behavioral Health - Page 1800:48:35
Senator Peters - question how many inmates and what percentage are identified with mental health and substance abuse issues00:49:12
Permanency and Safety for Children - Family Reunification - Page 1900:49:58
Permanency and Safety for Children - Subsidized and Guardianships and Adoptions - Chart - Page 2000:51:57
Program Integrity - Cost Avoidance through TPL and Fraud Prevention (SFY16) - Page 2100:52:22
Program Integrity - Nationally Recognized for Program Quality - Page 2200:53:17
Senator Tidemann - question will performance payments continue00:54:35
Senator Peters - question on behalf of Representative Hunhoff and Requested Follow-Up00:55:19
Representative Ahlers - question on Page 7 - 2015 CAHPS Survey - Specialty Providers00:57:40
Senator Peters - question what are the programming and assessments of Behavioral Health00:59:30
Senator Nesiba - question Page 16 LRC Budget Briefing - what are SNAP and TANF eligibility requirements and what are the poverty guidelines01:05:44
Senator Nesiba - question what are the changes in subsidy requirements for single parents trying to obtain an education01:08:21
Senator Partridge - praised Secretary and DSS for great work 01:09:32
Public Testimony01:11:00
Mr. Justin Smith and Ms. Sheila Weber, Lobbyists, South Dakota Association of Youth Care Providers, Children and Youth Services with Lutheran Social Services, Sioux Falls, SD - Handout01:11:12
Mr. Terry Dosch, Executive Director of the South Dakota Council of Mental Health Centers and the South Dakota Council Substance Abuse Directors, Lobbyist, Pierre, SD01:26:15
Mr. Mark Deak, South Dakota Health Care Association, Lobbyist, Sioux Falls, SD01:36:55
Ms. Deborah Owen, South Dakota Association of Healthcare Organizations, Lobbyist, Sioux Falls, SD01:38:45
Dr. Melody Schopp, Secretary, Department of Education made opening remarks01:41:15
Ms. Tiffany Sanderson, Director of Career and Technical Education, made FY18 Budget Request to the Joint Committee01:42:15
South Dakota Technical Institutes - Developing Technically Skilled Professionals - Page 101:42:16
Named 2016's Best State Community College System - Wallet Hub - Page 201:43:29
Technical Institute Presidents - President Mike Cartney, Lake Area Tech, President Mark Wilson, Mitchell Tech, President Robert Griggs, Southeast Tech, and President Ann Bolman, Western Dakota Tech - Page 301:44:06
Strengthening & Increasing South Dakota's Workforce - Page 401:44:38
Strengthening & Increasing South Dakota's Workforce - 2,500 graduates annually - Page 501:45:05
Strategic Plan - Overarching Goal - Page 601:46:16
Strategic Plan - Three Areas of Focus: Product, People, and Plant - Page 701:46:36
Current Relationship - State with Board of Education and Technical Institutes with Local Boards - Page 801:47:10
Proposed Relationship - SB65 - South Dakota Board of Technical Education - Page 901:48:25
SB65 -Board of Technical Education Proposed Fiscal Impact for FY18 - Page 1001:48:51
Representative Hunhoff - question what are the duties for the additional FTE for South Dakota Board of Technical Education and will this board be under the Department of Education01:48:52
SD Techs Work 2021 Product - Page 1101:51:45
South Dakota Technical Institute Graduate Outcomes - Respondents, 6 months following graduation - Chart - Page 1201:51:54
Senator Tidemann - question were graduates employed in area of education01:52:30
South Dakota Technical Institute Graduate Outcomes - Total Employed, Total Continuing Education, and Total in Armed Forces - Page 1301:52:50
South Dakota Technical Institute Graduate Outcomes - 2015 Technical Institute Graduate Outcomes - Page 1401:52:59
South Dakota Technical Institute - Enrollments, FTE & Graduates - Chart - Page 1501:53:16
South Dakota Techs versus National Enrollment Trends - Comparison of Percentage Changes in Fall Enrollment Since 2013 - Page 1601:54:54
Representative Hunhoff - question what are the student enrollment trends and why is there a recommended reversion of funds01:54:55
Growth in Build Dakota Programs - SD TI Enrollment Before Build Dakota and Enrollmenet with Build Dakota Scholarships - Chart - Page 1701:56:40
Senator Sutton - question what is the cause of nationally declining enrollments01:57:05
Corporate Education - Companies and Individuals - Chart - Page 1801:58:04
Retention Rates - Graph - Years 2011 to 2016 - Page 1901:58:50
Graduation Rates (2013) - Map - South Dakota has Top Graduation Rate 52.7% - Page 2001:59:20
Build Dakota Scholarship - Page 2102:00:00
Build Dakota Scholarship - Eligible Programs - Page 2202:00:55
Build Dakota Scholarship - Cohort 1 and Cohort 2 - Page 2302:01:05
Representative Hunhoff - question what percentage of students in eligible programs were participating in Build Dakota Scholarship Program and requested follow-up02:01:50
Senator White - question is there a ratio of resident versus non-resident applicants and are South Dakota residents preferred - Requested Follow-Up02:02:10
SD Techs Work 2021 - People - Page 2402:04:18
Workforce - Chart - Administration - Faculty (FTE), and Staff - Page 2502:04:32
Senator Peters - question what is the workforce trend - Requested Follow-Up02:04:50
Workforce - Technical Institute Employees by Age - Page 26 02:06:35
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Funds from 2016's HB1182 - Page 2702:06:49
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Long -Time Challenges - Page 2802:07:16
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Positive Differences Immediately - Page 2902:07:57
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Goal: Industry and Instructors - Page 3002:08:48
Senator Peters - question are there different wages for instructors and are the raises variable02:09:20
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Wage Ranges - Page 3102:10:24
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Entry Rate - Page 3302:10:50
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Market Value - Page 3402:11:44
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Maximum Rate - Page 3502:12:20
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Auto Tech Program Example - Page 3602:12:36
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Auto Tech Program Example - Per Day Rate - Page 3702:13:45
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Auto Tech Program Example - Program Salary Gap - Page 3802:14:43
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Chart - Calculated Gaps from Market Value - (Summer 2016) - Page 3902:15:12
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Page 4002:15:34
Instructor Salary Support Funding - Application of State Funds to Instructor Salaries (Actual FY17) - Chart - Page 4102:15:50
SD Tech Work 2021 - Plant - Page 4202:16:12
Total Square Feet of Space for Education - Page 4302:16:22
World-Class Facilities - Final Phase Near Completion - Page 4402:16:37
World-Class Facilities - Facility and Renovation - Southeast Tech - Page 4502:16:52
Picture - Southeast Tech - Page 4602:17:42
Picture Auto Lab - Southeast Tech - Page 4702:17:45
Picture - Ag and Construction Diesel Lab - Southeast Tech - Page 4802:17:55
The Hub - Southeast Tech - Page 4902:18:06
Picture - Food Service - Southeast Tech - Page 5002:18:12
World-Class Facilities - Western Dakota Tech - Page 5102:18:16
Badlands Hall - Diesel Program - Western Dakota Tech - Page 5202:18:38
Picture - Public Safety Addition - Western Dakota Tech - Page 5302:18:54
Picture - Simulation Center - Western Dakota Tech - Page 5402:18:57
Senator Haverly - question did industry help pay for construction of the Technical Institutes02:19:38
Representative Hunhoff - question what are the medical programs offered at Western Dakota Tech that use the Simulation Center02:21:29
Senator Tidemann - question how are we insuring our $251,937,799 facilities02:23:54
Event Center - Western Dakota Tech - Page 5502:24:41
Budget Proposal - Page 5602:25:00
Revenues - Pie Chart - All Technical Institute Budget FY18 - Page 5702:25:07
Revenues - State Aid vs. Student Burden FY18 - Pie Chart - Page 5802:25:54
Expenditures - FY18: Budgeted Expenses for All Technical Institutes - Pie Chart - Page 5902:26:45
FY17 Amendment - General Bill Amendment Reduction $694,160 - Page 6002:27:19
Handout - South Dakota Technical Institute Per Student Allocation Calculation & Payment - Formula and FY17 Example02:28:01
State Aid - Distribution Formula - SD Administrative Rule 24:10:42:28 - Page 6102:28:12
FY17 Amendment - Distribution of Funds in FY17 - Page 6202:30:30
Senator Nesiba - question what is the out of pocket cost to attend a technical institute and is the auto tech program a one-year or two-year program02:31:03
Senator Nesiba - what is the typical starting salary and what is typical employer for auto tech program and Requested Follow-Up02:33:33
Representative Peterson - question what is enrollment and what is the capacity for the auto tech program and Requested Follow-Up for all programs at Technical Institutes and what programs are supported by Build Dakota Scholarship, Opportunity Scholarships, and Foundation Scholarships02:34:46
Senator Peters - question who is receiving Build Dakota Scholarships in each program 02:35:44
Representative Peterson - question how does the Opportunity Scholarship work for a 2-year program at the Technical Institutes02:36:55
Senator White - question how many students use the dual credit program prior attending technical institutes and Requested Follow-Up02:37:24
FY18 Budget Proposal - State Aid Categories for Technical Institutes - Page 6302:38:33
FY18 Budget Proposal - Provides Changes in Support for Postsecondary State Aid - ($395,908) and Bond Payment $5,696 - Page 6402:38:48
FY18 Proposal - Per Student Allocation (PSA) Decrease ($395,908) - Page 6502:39:00
FY18 Proposal - Bond Payment, State Share - $2,328,546 - Page 6602:40:10
South Dakota Technical Institute Funding Profile - Impacts of FY18 Proposal - Page 6702:41:13
South Dakota Technical Institute Funding Profile - Chart - New Revenues and Must Pays - Page 6802:42:23
Thank You! - Page 6902:44:53
Senator White - question who owns technical institute facilities and how are they insured02:45:01
Representative Anderson - question are structures owned by local school districts and do they have capacity to help cover shortfall02:47:10
Senator Haverly - question do the technical institutes change programs to meet industry needs and help promote Governor's Office of Economic Development02:49:00
Representative Bartels - question how is funding for per student allocation and is it used in conjunction with the National Guard tuition support02:50:20
Senator Tidemann - question how many National Guard Students participated in program02:51:40
Announcements02:52:10
Adjourn02:52:23