Developmental Disabilities Planning Council

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Agency Web Site: http://ddpc.ny.gov/Link to External Website

Mission

The New York State Developmental Disabilities Planning Council is a federally-funded, New York State agency that operates under the direction of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo. For over forty years, the Council has been developing and funding innovative, disability-related projects which improve the lives of people with developmental disabilities.

Budget Highlights

The Executive Budget recommends $4.8 million All Funds (all Federal funds) for the Council. This represents the same level of funding as in 2013-14 and is based on the level of anticipated Federal funding. This funding is sufficient to support the Council's role in coordinating information about persons with developmental disabilities and the services available to them, and in overseeing grant funds.

Federal funds fully support all Council operations and contracts with non-profit agencies to develop new services and service delivery methods. The contracts are monitored by the Council to ensure that Federal funds provided to the State are used to augment - rather than duplicate or replace - existing services for people with developmental disabilities.

The Executive Budget recommends a workforce of 18 FTEs for the Council, reflecting no change from the 2013-14 budget.

For more information on this agency's budget recommendations located in the Executive Budget Briefing Book, click on the following link:

Briefing Book – Mental Hygiene (PDF)

ALL FUNDS
APPROPRIATIONS
(dollars)
Category Available
2013-14
Appropriations
Recommended
2014-15
Change From
2013-14
Reappropriations
Recommended
2014-15
State Operations 4,760,000 4,760,000 0 8,810,000
Total 4,760,000 4,760,000 0 8,810,000

ALL FUND TYPES
PROJECTED LEVELS OF EMPLOYMENT BY PROGRAM
FILLED ANNUAL SALARIED POSITIONS
Program 2013-14
Estimated FTEs
03/31/14
2014-15
Estimated FTEs
03/31/15
FTE Change
Developmental Disabilities Planning
Special Revenue Funds - Federal 18 18 0
Total 18 18 0

Note: Most recent estimates as of 01/20/2014

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