3494377 - Proposed Budget and Appropriation Ordinance for Selected Departments, as of May 1, 2018, for FYs 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 - Bdgt Analyst Report 052418

CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST 90 Market Street, Suite 1150, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 552- 9292 FAX (415) 252- 0461 May 22, 2018 TO: Budget and Finance Committee FROM: Budget and Legislative Analyst SUBJECT:  Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst for Amendment of the Mayor’s Fiscal Ye ar 2018-2019 to Fiscal Year 2019 -2020 Budget. Page Descriptions for Departmental Budget Hearing, May 24, 2018 Meeting, 10:00 a.m. AIR Airport Commission  .........................................................................................................  1 DBI Department of Building Inspection  ................................................................................  17 ENV Department of the Environment  ...................................................................................  23 PRT Port of San Francisco  .....................................................................................................  27 LIB Public Library  ..................................................................................................................  34 PUC Public Utilities Commission  ............................................................................................  39 RET Retirement System  ........................................................................................................  55 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT:  AIR– AIRPORT Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 1,112,872,807 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $125,086,930 or
.7%  more than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 987,785,877. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equiv alent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 1598.70 FTEs , which are 12.75 FTEs more than the 1,585.95 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 0.8 % increase in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $ 1,112,872,807 in FY 2018- 19 are  $125,086,930 or 12.7%
more than the FY 2017- 18 estimated revenues of $ 987,785,877. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 1,223,801,702 budget for FY 2019- 20 is $110,928,895 or 10%
m ore t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget of $ 1,112,872,807. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 1598.56 FTEs, which are 0.14 FTEs less than the 1598.70 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. This represents a 0.01%  decrease in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department’s revenues of $1,223,801,702 in FY 2019- 20 are  $110,928,895 or 10% more than the FY 2018- 19 estimated revenue of $1,112,872,807. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  AIR – AIRPORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 Budget FY 2014-15 Budget FY 2015-16 Budget FY 2016-17 Budget FY 2017-18 Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Airport 868,059,481 956,887,475 925,831,985 964,158,240 987,785,877 1,112,872,807 FTE Count 1,459.9 1,472.66 1,492.61 1,540.77 1,585.95 1,598.7 The Department’s budget increased by $244,813,326 or 28.2 % from the adopted budget in FY 13- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. The Department’s FTE count increased by 8.80 or 9.5 % from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has increased by $ 125,086,930 largely due to: The Airport has sustained successive years of passenger traffic growth. From FY 2013 -14 through FY 2017- 18 (projection), the number of enplaned passengers at the Airport has grown by 19.3 percent, from 22.3 million to 28.5 million. The Airport is attempting to meet the increased passenger traffic demands on the Airport’s facilities by investing $21.4 million in FY 18- 19. The Airport is also significantly investing in safety and security, including 130 Academy cadets , by spending $22.6 million in FY 2018- 19. The Airport is also addressing curbside congestion  ($0.6 million in FY 2018- 19), enhancing sustainability efforts  ($1.9 million in FY 2018- 19) and supporting the capital program  ($24.8 million) . FY 2019- 20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019 -20 budget has increased by $ 110,928,895 largely due to: The Airport will spend $47 million in FY 2019 -20 on capital projects, which will be used to support operating services associated with new facilities projects in FY 2018- 19. The Airport will be continuing efforts to meet the increased p assenger traffic demands on the Airport’s facilities , and will start implementing the fingerprinting and aviation worker biometric checks required to meet TSA mandates. The Airport will also continue supporting safety and security by investing $15.4 millio n in FY 2019-20 for 108 new public Safety positions and upgrading the Law Enforcement Automated Data System . Finally, the Airport will expand its sustainability efforts by $1.7 million in order to help achieve its Zero Waste target. Airport Police Bureau The Airport increased its work order with the San Francisco Police Department by $9.2 million in FY 2018-19 and $9.7 million in FY 2019- 20 to fund additional slots in the San Francisco Police Department’s police academies in order to increase police staffing at the Airport. According to Airport staff, the increased police staffing support increase visibility of police patrols at the 2 RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  AIR – AIRPORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST Airport, aid in traffic management, and provide special services including dignitary protection, cargo theft investigation, narcotics interdiction, and explosives detection.  Under the Airport’s proposal, the increase in police officers would be deployed across the patrol, traffic management, and special services units based on need, with the majority of new officers supporting pa trol. Under the Airport’s proposal, the number of sworn police positions at the Airport would increase by 39 percent, from 184 to 255.69 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) positions
, with the largest increase among police officers , as shown below . Existing FTEs Proposed FTEs Increase in FTEs Percent Increase Deputy Chief 1.00 1.00 0.00 0%
Commander 1.00 1.00 0.00 0%
Captains 3.00 3.00 0.00 0%
Lieutenants 10.00 11.54 1.54 15%
Sergeants 27.00 37.77 10.77 40%
Police Officers 142.00 201.38 59.38 42%
Total 184.00 255.69 71.69 39%
The ratio of pol ice officers to lieutenants would decrease from 14:1 to 18:1, and the ratio of police office rs to sergeants would increase slightly, but still be approximately 5:1. According to the Airport, the i ncrease in police staffing is necessary to accommodate the growth in terminal space and passengers, improve patrol functions (higher visibility, decreased response time), improve traffic management (particularly in regards to transportation network companies), increase the canine unit, add staffing for dignitary protection, and implement taser and body camera management. In FY 2017- 18, the Airport budget included $2,494,724 to fund 20 slots in a police academy class of approximately 50 recruits. In FY 2018- 19 and FY 2019- 20, the Airport’s proposed budget includes $11,722,383 and
$12,218,666 respectively to fund 120 slots in three police academies and 10 lateral police officer hires, for 130 new police hires. In FY 2018- 19, the Airport plans to fund: (a)  20 of 50 slots in a police academy scheduled to begin in June 2018; 1 Police positions funded by the Airport are budgeted in the San Francisco Police Department’ s budget, subject to appropriation by the Board of Supervisors during the June 2018 review of the Mayor’s proposed budget. According to the Airport, over the past 20 years the Airport has added approximately 2.5 million square feet of terminal space, br inging the total amount of terminal space that needs to be patrolled to 5.1 million square feet.  3 RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  AIR – AIRPORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST (b)  50 slots in each of two academies estimated to begin in August 2018 and January 2019
(totaling 100 slots); and (c)  10 lateral police hires in a lateral academy class estimated to begin in Marc h 2019. In FY 2019- 20, the Airport plans to fund a similar number of slots in police academy classes for new recruit s and lateral police hires but the dates of the academy classes are not yet known.  4 RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  AIR – AIRPORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Le gislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$3,416,184 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $3,416,184 in recommended reductions, $2,407,158 are ongoing savings and $1,009,026 are one-time savings. These reductions would still allow an increas e of $121,670,746 or 12.3% in the Department’s FY 2018- 19 budget. Permanent police positions at the Airport are included in the San Francisco Police Department’s (SFPD) budget, funded by Airport funds; these positions will be subject to Board of Supervisors approval during the June 2018 review of the SFPD budget. Therefore, approval of the increase in the Airport’s work order with the San Francisco Police Department to fund additional slots in the police academies in order to increase police staffing at the Airport is a policy matter for the Board of Supervisors. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019- 20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 2,672,299 in FY 2019- 20. Of the $ 2,672,299 in recommended reductions, $ 2,438,089 are on going savings and $ 234,210 are one-time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of $ 108,256,596 or 9.7 % in the Department’s FY 2019- 20 budget. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T AIR Aviation Security Materials and Supplies$28,500 $2,500$26,000 X $31,750$31,750 $0 Other Equipment Maintenance$555,000$500,000 $55,000X $555,000$555,000 $0 Chief Administration Office Administrative Analyst0.770.00 $75,739 $0$75,739 1.000.0 $98,363 $0$98,363 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$31,986 $0$31,986 $42,552$0$42,552 Total Savings $107,725 Total Savings$140,915 Other Professional Services $2,200,000$1,800,000 $400,000 $1,450,000$1,050,000 $400,000 Communications Dispatch Manager II1.000.00 $142,764 $0$142,764 1.000.0 $142,764 $0$142,764 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$57,747 $0$57,747 $59,533$0$59,533 Airport Communications Supervisor0.00 1.00 $0$112,181 ($112,181) 0.001.0 $0$112,181 ($112,181)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$45,332 ($45,332) $0$46,326 ($46,326)
Total Savings $42,998 Total Savings$43,790 Reduce Materials and Supplies in Aviation Security to $26,000 due to Airport need. One time savings Delete 1.00 FTE new1822 Administrative Analyst position. The Airport has asked for a substitute to a Manager III within this division to handle the increased contract load.  Ongoing savings The Department expects to spend approximately $259,307 by the end of FY 17-18. The recommended budget of $500,000 will provide sufficient flexibility for increased costs for FY 2018-19. One time savings Deny upward substitution of 1.00 FTE 9204 Airport Communications Supervisor I to 1.00 FTE 0923 Manager II. The responsibilities of this position can be carried out by the existing classification. Ongoing savings The Department expects to underspend by the end of FY 2017-18. The recommended budget of $1,800,000 will provide sufficient flexibility for increased costs for FY 2018-19. Ongoing savings FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount6 Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Chief Operating Office Other Professional Services$100,000 $75,000$25,000 $100,000$75,000$25,000 Custodial Attrition Savings($1,076,083) ($1,276,083) $200,000X ($1,418,776)($1,418,776) $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits ($541,399)($642,023) $100,624X (736,969)
$ (736,969)
$ $0 Total Savings$300,624 Total Savings$0 Custodial Assistant Supervisor1.000.00 $69,869 $0$69,869 2.000.0 $69,869 $0$69,869 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$33,731 $0$33,731 $34,771$0$34,771 Total Savings $103,600 Total Savings$104,640 Deputy Director OperationsAttrition Savings($431,203)($631,203) $200,000X ($179,229)($179,229) $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits ($160,167)($235,167) $65,447X (68,370)
$ (68,370)
$ $0 Total Savings$265,447 Total Savings$0 Ongoing savings Increase Attrition Savings in FY 2018-19 due to delays in hiring one Deputy Director V. The position has been vacant since 2016 and the Airport is still in the planning stages.  One time savings Increase Attrition Savings in FY 2018-19 due to delays in hiring custodians. There are currently 34 vacant custodian positions, and the Facilities Manager plans on hiring a few at a time.  The Department underspent in Non-Professionalized Services by approximately $141,406 by the end of FY 2017-18. The recommended budget of $75,000 for Other Professional Services will provide sufficient flexibility for increased costs for FY 2018-19. Ongoing savings One time savings Delete 1.00 FTE Custodial Assistant Supervisor position that is vacant. The Airport no longer needs this position.  7 Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Other Current Expenses $100,000$80,000$20,000X $50,000$50,000 $0 Senior Administrative Analyst 1.000.00 $114,618 $0$114,618 1.000.0 $114,618 $0$114,618 Mandatory Fringe Benefits $46,467$0$46,467 $47,499$0$47,499 Senior Management Assistant 0.00
.00 $0$103,719 ($103,719) 0.001.0 $0$103,719 ($103,719)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits $0$43,012 ($43,012) $0$44,015 ($44,015)
Total Savings $14,354 Total Savings$14,383 Facilities Ford Contour Sedan 4.002.00 $139,380 $69,690$69,690X $0 The Department underspent in Non-Professionalized Services by approximately $256,578 by the end of FY 2017-18. The recommended budget of $80,000 for Other Professional Services will provide sufficient flexibility for increased costs for FY 2018-19. One time savings Reduce the number of replacement Ford Contour Sedans by two. Two of the replacement vehicles have been driven 34,050 miles and 38,360 miles since 99. The Airport is requesting 17 hybrid, electric, and conventional cars and SUVs, of which 4 are new and 13 are replacement. Given the low mileage of the vehicles to be replaced, we recommend not replacing 4 vehicles. The Airport will still have 13 vehicles, of which 9 are replacement and 4 are new.  Deny upward substitution of 1.00 FTE 1844 Senior Management to 1.00 FTE 23 Senior Administrative Analyst.  Ongoing savings8 Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Ford E350 Van 1.000.00 $34,000 $0$34,000 X $0 Ford 150 Truck1.000.00 $70,000 $0$70,000 X $0 Ford Fusion Mid-Size Sedan 1.000.0 $26,210 $0$26,210 X The vehicle to be replaced has only 55,172 miles after 22 years. The Airport proposes 36 trucks in the budget (light duty, regular, super duty, and lift), of which 16 are new and 20 are replacement. We recommend against 3 replacement trucks for which the vehicle to be replaced has low annual mileage, and 2 new trucks which are not needed. The Airport will still have 29 new and replacement trucks in the budget. The vehicle is from 1992 and only has 39,888 miles. The Airport does not need this vehicle and the City is trying to "right size" its fleet of vehicles. The Airport proposes 36 trucks in the budget (light duty, regular, super duty, and lift), of which 16 are new and 20 are replacement. We recommend against 3 replacement trucks for which the vehicle to be replaced has low annual mileage, and 2 new trucks which are not needed. The Airport will still have 29 new and replacement trucks in the budget. The vehicle to be replaced has 60,380 miles and still has remaining life before the vehicle needs to be replaced. The Airport budget proposes 9 replacement hybrids (8 sedans and 1 SUV); the vehicles to be replaced have low annual mileage. The Airport is requesting hybrid, electric, and conventional cars and SUVs, of which 4 are new and 13 are replacement. Given the low mileage of the vehicles to be replaced, we recommend not replacing 4 vehicles. The Airport will still have 13 vehicles, of which 9 are replacement and 4 are new.9 Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Ford Ranger Truck 1.000.00 $27,798 $0$27,798 X $0 Sedan Hybrid2.001.00 $51,478 $25,739$25,739X $0 Ford 150 1.000.00 $27,798 $0$27,798 X $0 The Department is replacing two minivans with hybrid sedans. The two minvans being replaced have 45,713 miles and 36,292 miles. Both are 19 years old. The Airport does not need both vehicles and the City is trying to
"right size" its fleet of vehicles. The Airport is requesting 17 hybrid, electric, and conventional cars and SUVs, of which 4 are new and 13 are replacement. Given the low mileage of the vehicles to be replaced, we recommend not replacing 4 vehicles. The Airport will still have 13 vehicles, of which 9 are replacement and 4 are new. The new truck is due to the increase in the number of additional staff in the Sheetmetal shop. However, the FTE count will not rise in FY19-20 or FY 20-21. The Airport is already buying a new truck for the filled positions. The Airport proposes 36 trucks in the budget (light duty, regular, super duty, and lift), of which 16 are new and 20 are replacement. We recommend against 3 replacement trucks for which the vehicle to be replaced has low annual mileage, and 2 new trucks which are not needed. The Airport will still have 29 new and replacement trucks in the budget. The vehicle is from 1994 and has 55,828 miles. The Airport does not need this vehicle and the City is trying to "right size" its fleet of vehicles. The Airport proposes 36 trucks in the budget (light duty, regular, super duty, and lift), of which 16 are new and 20 are replacement. We recommend against 3 replacement trucks for which the vehicle to be replaced has low annual mileage, and 2 new trucks which are not needed. The Airport will still have 29 new and replacement trucks in the budget. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount F250 Lift Truck 1.000.00 $26,930 $0$26,930 X $0 Electric Shop Electrician22.0021.00 $2,516,115 $2,406,719 $109,396 ######## $2,516,115 $2,406,719 $109,396 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$1,094,495 $1,046,908 $47,587 $1,122,644$1,073,833 $48,811 Total Savings $156,983 Total Savings$158,207 Engineering Services Other Professional Services $1,285,000$1,010,000 $275,000 $2,360,000$2,085,000 $275,000 Reduce proposed budget for Low and Medium priority new professional services contracts in Engineering.  Ongoing savings The new truck is for additional staff at the Plumbing Shop. However, there is no increase in FTEs in this division in FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20. Furthermore, there are still 4 vacant positions and one person on leave. The Airport should delay purchasing this vehicle until FY 2020-21 when all positions are filled. The Airport proposes 36 trucks in the budget (light duty, regular, super duty, and lift), of which 16 are new and 20 are replacement. We recommend against 3 replacement trucks for which the vehicle to be replaced has low annual mileage, and 2 new trucks which are not needed. The Airport will still have 29 new and replacement trucks in the budget. Reduce the number of 7345 Electricians by 1.00 FTEs. One position has been vacant since 2015, and two have been vacant since 2016. The Airport has requested a substitution for one of these Electrician positions to become an Electronic Maintenance Technician, leaving seven vacant Electricians within this department.Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Ground Transportation Unit Other Equip Maint $500,000$336,642$163,358 $500,000$500,000 $0 Info Technology and Telecom IS Business Analyst- Senior1.000.00 $126,107 $0$126,107 1.000.0 $126,107 $0$126,107 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$49,005 $0$49,005 $50,025$0$50,025 Total Savings $175,112 Total Savings$176,132 Telephone Charges- Non Work Order$1,815,000$1,632,000 $183,000 $1,815,000$1,632,000 $183,000 Senior Clerk1.570.77 $97,164 $48,582$48,582 2.001.8 $126,187 $111,675$14,512 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$49,084 $24,542$24,542 $65,840$58,268$7,572 Total Savings $73,124 Total Savings$22,083 Network Equipment1.000.0 $120,000 $0$120,000 X Reduce to reflect historical underspending. The Department is projected to spend $133,053 in FY 2017-18. One time savings Delete the replacement network equipment. The Airport does not need this item. Ongoing savings One time savings Delete 1.00 FTE 1053 IS Business Analyst-Senior position that has been vacant since 2015. Delay 0.77 FTE new 1406 Senior Clerk position by one year due to ongoing vacancies and delayed hiring. The Airport currently has two vacant Senior Clerk positions.  Ongoing savings Reduce Other Professional Services budget by $183,000 to reflect actual need. Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount NetOptic Expansion 2.001.00 $90,000 $45,000$45,000X1.00 1.0 $45,000 $45,000 $0 Video Monitor6.005.00 $90,000 $75,000$15,000X $0$0 Museum Curator II0.770.00 $67,945 $0$67,945 1.000.0 $88,240 $0$88,240 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$29,796 $0$29,796 $39,711$0$39,711 Total Savings $97,741 Total Savings$127,951 Planning and Environmental Affairs Other Professional Services $3,837,500$3,737,500 $100,000 $3,650,000$3,375,000 $275,000 Reduce the number of new NetOptic Expansion (which mirrors network traffic to inspect potential vulnerabilities) by one in FY 2018-19. The Airport will still be able to purchase an additional NetOptic Expansion in FY 2018-19 and another one in FY 2019-20. One time savings Reduce the number of replacement video monitors by one. The Airport needs operational video monitors, and requested two in case the operational ones break. However, according to the Airport, the operational ones rarely break. Deny new position. The SFO Airport is already creating a new Curator II position from a Curator I position. The Airport will still have 4 Curator II positions, one more than it has currently. The Airport currently has one Curator I position, 4 Curator II position, 7 Curator III positions, and 3 Curator IV positions.Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Police Bureau Manager III1.00 0.00 $153,931 $0$153,931 1.000.0 $153,931 $0$153,931 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$60,019 $0$60,019 $61,793$0$61,793 Airport Economic Planner0.00 1.00 $0$140,702 ($140,702) 0.001.0 $0$140,702 ($140,702)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$52,400 ($52,400) $0$53,757 ($53,757)
Total Savings $20,848 Total Savings$21,265 GO-41.000.0 $34,000 $0$34,000 X GO-41.000.0 $34,000 $0$34,000 X Reduce to reflect historical underspending. The Department is projected to spend $2,554,519 8 for this in FY 2017-18. The recommended budget of
$3,737,500 will provide sufficient flexibility for increased costs for FY 2018-19. Ongoing savings The vehicle to be replaced has only 16,602 miles and still has remaining useful life before the vehicle needs to be replaced. The vehicle to be replaced has only 16,556 miles and still has remaining useful life before the vehicle needs to be replaced. Deny upward substitution of 1.00 FTE 9255 Airport Economic Planner to 1.00 FTE 0931 Manager II due to inadequate justification and ongoing need for Airport Economic Planner in another Department. The Police Bureau does not currently have Airport staff. Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Project Management Project Manager IV 1.000.00 $220,935 $0$220,935 1.000.0 $220,935 $0$220,935 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$69,006 $0$69,006 $70,276$0$70,276 Total Savings $289,941 Total Savings$291,211 Reprographics Illustrator And Art Designer1.000.00 $93,435 $0$93,435 1.000.0 $93,435 $0$93,435 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$40,668 $0$40,668 $41,721$0$41,721 Graphic Artist0.00 1.00 $0$71,904 ($71,904) 0.001.0 $0$71,904 ($71,904)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$34,288 ($34,288) $0$35,327 ($35,327)
Total Savings $27,911 Total Savings$27,925 Security Access Office Other Current Expenses$412,500 $412,500 $0 $586,000$566,000$20,000 X One time savings Reduce Other Current Expenses by $20,000 due to a new professional services contract Deny upward substitution of 1.00 FTE 5322 Graphic Artist I to 1.00 FTE 5320 Illustrator And Art Designer. The responsibilities of this position can be carried out by the existing classification. Ongoing savings Delete 1.00 FTE 5508 Project Manager IV position that has been vacant since 14 (4 years); the Airport does not have immediate plans to fill this position. The Airport has 7 positions in this classification (2 on-budget, including the subject position;  and 5 off-budget funded by the capital budget). Two of the 5 off-budget positions are vacant. Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 AIR- Airport Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Water Quality Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant 1.00
.00 $105,353 $0$105,353 1.000.0 $105,353 $0$105,353 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$45,110 $0$45,110 $46,234$0$46,234 Total Savings $150,463 Total Savings$151,587 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoingTotal General Fund $0 $0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$1,009,026 $2,407,158$3,416,184Non-General Fund $234,210$2,438,089 $2,672,299 Total$1,009,026 $2,407,158$3,416,184 Total$234,210 $2,438,089 $2,672,299 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2018-19 Delete 1.00 FTE 7372 Stationary Engineer, Sewage System position that has been vacant since 2015. There are currently four vacant 7372 Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant positions. The Airport will still have 17 positions.  Ongoing savings BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT: DBI – DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING INSPECTION Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed  $77,782,063 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $1,248,364 or 1.6 % more than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 76,533,699. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 301.00 FTEs , which are 25.20 FTEs more than the 275.80 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 9.1 % increase in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $77,782,063 in FY 2018- 19, are $1,248,364 or 1.6%  more than FY 2017- 18 revenues of $76,533,699. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019- 20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $76,547,087 budget for FY 2019-20 is $1,234,976 or 1.6 % less t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget of $77,782,063. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 301.00 FTEs, which is the same as the 301.00 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget.  This represents no change in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $76,547,087 in FY 2019- 20, are $1,234,976 or 1.6 % less than FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $77,782,063. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT: DBI – DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING INSPECTION SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SU MMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 Budget FY 2014-15 Budget FY 2015-16 Budget FY 2016-17 Budget FY 2017-18 Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Department of Building Inspection
,833,726 92,447,756 72,065,853 70,236,047 76,533,699 77,782,063 FTE Count 284.50 287.34 283.15 282.03 275.80 301.00 The Department’s budget decreased by $ 1,051,663 or 1.3% from the adopted budget in FY 13- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. The Depart ment’s FTE count increased by
.50 or 5.8% from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has increased by $1,248,364 largely due to an increase in funding for outreach for the Accessible Business Entrance (ABE) program and Tall Building Peer Review, as well as an increase in a work order with the City Attorney’s Office. FY 2019- 20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019 -20 budget has decreased by  $1,234,976 largely due to the termination of a work order with the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development’s Code Enforcement Loan Program to address violations. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT: DBI – DEPARTMENT OF BUILDING INSPECTION SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 803,327 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $ 803,327 in recommended reductions, $ 494,734 is ongoing savings and $ 308,593 is one -time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of
$ 445,037 or 0.6% in the Department’s FY 2018- 19 budget. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 498,013 in FY 2019- 20. All o f the $ 498,013 in recommended reductions are ongoing savings. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 DBI - Department of Building Inspection Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T Administration Data Processing Equipment$430,000 $421,811 $8,189x $0$0$0 22 Administrative Analyst1.000.00 $98,363 $0$98,363 1.000.00 $98,363 $0$98,363 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$41,544 $0$41,544 $42,552$0.00$42,552 Total Savings $139,907 Total Savings$140,915 Permit Services 93 Attrition Savings(12.00)(11.00) ($1,205,118) ($1,331,761) $126,643 (12.00)(11.00) ($1,205,118) ($1,331,761) $126,643 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($501,017)($551,787) $50,770 ($514,145)($566,051) $51,906 Total Savings $177,413 Total Savings$178,549 21 Permit Technician1.000.77 $63,094 $48,582$14,512x Mandatory Fringe Benefits$31,873 $24,542 $7,331x 07 Associate Engineer1.000.77 $131,463 $101,227 $30,236x Mandatory Fringe Benefits$50,446 $38,843$11,603x 14 Building Plans Engineer2.001.54 $335,553 $258,376 $77,177x $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$116,008$89,326$26,682x $0 Total Savings$167,541 Total Savings$0 One time savings Delete 1.0 FTE vacant 1822 Administrative Analyst. This position has been vacant since February 2015 and is part of a unit that conducts Office Operations, which already has a filled 1.0 FTE 1452 Executive Secretary II position.  Ongoing savings. Increase Attrition Savings due to anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies.  Increase Attrition Savings due to anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Reduce to reflect actual amount of vendor quotes. These are carry-forward funds from FY 2017-18. Reduce 2.0 FTE 5214 Building Plans Engineer by 0.23 FTE each, 1.0 FTE 5207 Associate Engineer by 0.23 FTE, and 1.0 FTE 6321 Permit Technician I by 0.23 FTE to reflect anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies.One time savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 DBI - Department of Building Inspection Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Inspection Services 93 Attrition Savings(14.00) (13.00) ($1,693,988) ($1,820,631) $126,643 (14.00)(13.00) ($1,693,988) ($1,820,631) $126,643 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($690,203)($740,974) $50,771 ($707,175)($759,081) $51,906 Total Savings $177,414 Total Savings$178,549 48 Electrical Inspector1.000.77 $126,643 $97,515$29,128x $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$51,704$39,812$11,892x $0 Total Savings$41,020 Total Savings$0 Reduce 1.0 FTE 6248 Electrical Inspector by 0.23 FTE to reflect anticipated delays in hiring. One time savings Increase Attrition Savings due to anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies. Increase Attrition Savings due to anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 DBI - Department of Building Inspection Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount 21 Permit Technician I1.00 0.77 $63,094 $48,582$14,512x $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$31,873$24,542 $7,331x $0 Total Savings$21,843 Total Savings$0 Automotive & Other Vehicles$35,000$0$35,000 x $0 Automotive & Other Vehicles$35,000$0$35,000 x Total Savings $70,000 Total Savings$0 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total Non-General Fund$308,593$494,734$803,327 Non-General Fund $0$498,013 $498,013 Total$308,593 $494,734$803,327 Total$0$498,013 $498,013 Reduce 1.0 FTE 6321 Permit Technician I by 0.23 FTE to reflect anticipated delays in hiring.  One time savings One time savings Reduce the number of replacement vehicles by two. Since 2004, one replacement vehicle has been driven 19,879 miles (approximately 6 miles per work day). Since 05, one replacement vehicle has been driven 25,526 (approximately 9 miles per work day). DBI will still be able to replace eight Honda Civic CNG with over 50,000 miles. The Department has not shown sufficient justification for replacement vehicles and the City is trying to "right size" its fleet of vehicles. Total Recommended ReductionsTotal Recommended Reductions FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT: ENV – DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $21,965,767 budget for FY 2018-19 is $1,115,671 or 4.8 % less than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 23,081,438. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 66.00 FTEs, which are 0.90 FTEs less than the 66.90 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This re presents a 1.3 % decrease in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $21,965,767 in FY 2018- 19, are $1,115,671 or 4.8 % less than FY 2017- 18 revenues of $ 23,081,438. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $22,045,518 budget for FY 2019-20 is $79,751 or 0.4% more t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget of $21,965,767. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 66.00 FTEs, which is the same as the 66.00 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. This represents no change in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $22,045,518 in FY 2019- 20, are $79,751 or 0.4% more than FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $21,965,767. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT: ENV – DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMEN T SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 Budget FY 2014-15 Budget FY 2015-16 Budget FY 2016-17 Budget FY 2017-18 Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Department of the Environment
,366,898 15,979,636 17,368,744 18,598,247 23,081,438 21,965,767 FTE Count 59.09 61.69 61.07 65.92 66.90 66.00 The Department’s budget increased by $ 4,598,869 or 26.5% from the adopted budget in FY 13- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. Th e Department’s FTE count increased by 6.91 or 11.7% from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has decreased by  $1,115,671 largely due to fluctuations in federal and s tate grant awards. According to the Department, this is a regular occurrence and there are no material differences in the grant cycle from federal or state agencies. FY 2019- 20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019 -20 budget has increased by $79,751 largely due to a Consumer Price Index (CPI) increase to the Solid Waste Impound funding. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT: ENV – DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMEN T SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 194,754 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $ 194,754 in recommended reductions, $ 94,300 is ongoing savings and $ 100,454 is one -time savings. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 94,300 in FY 2019- 20. All o f the $ 94,300 in recommended reductions are ongoing savings. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 ENV - Department of the Environment Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T Environmental Services Other Professional Services$25,800 $18,300 $7,500 $25,800$18,300 $7,500 Other Professional Services$94,940$38,140$56,800 $279,414$222,614 $56,800 Other Current Expenses$38,700$25,801$12,899 $38,700$25,801$12,899 Other Current Expenses$51,300$34,199$17,101 $51,300$34,199$17,101 Attrition Savings(8.00)(8.73) ($770,773) ($841,106) $70,333x $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($330,097)($360,218) $30,121x $0 Total Savings$100,454 Total Savings$0 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$100,454 $94,300$194,754 Non-General Fund $0$94,300 $94,300 Total$100,454 $94,300$194,754 Total$0$94,300 $94,300 Ongoing savings. Reduce by $7,500 to reflect historical Department operating contract expenditures and actual need. FY 2018-19 FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Reduce by $17,101 to reflect historical Department expenditures and actual need. Ongoing savings. Ongoing savings. Reduce by $56,800 to reflect historical Department solid waste contract expenditures and actual need. Ongoing savings. Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions Increase attrition savings due to delay of hiring 1.0 FTE 5644 Principal Environmental Specialist by 0.5 FTE and 5638 1.0 FTE Environmental Assistant by
.23 FTE, which became vacant in March 2018. The Department has a projected salary surplus of approximately $374,000 in FY 2017-18 and had salary surpluses of $229,400 in FY 2016-17 and $509,500 in FY 2015-16 due to turnover, extended vacancies, and other delays in hiring. One-time savings. FY 2018-19 Reduce by $12,899 to reflect historical operating expenditures and actual need. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT: PRT –PORT Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 174,354,417 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $41,152,390 or 30.9%
more than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 133,202,027. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 246.51 FTEs, which are 0.87 FTEs more than the 245.64 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 0.4 % increase in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenue s of $174,354,417 in FY 2018- 19, are $ 41,152,390 or 30.9%  more than FY 2017- 18 revenues of $ 133,202,027. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 147,698,264 budget for FY 2019- 20 is $26,656,153 or 15.3%
less t han the Mayor’s propos ed FY 2018- 19 budget of $ 174,354,417. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 246.95 FTEs, which are 0.44 FTEs more than the 246.51 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. This represents a 0.2 % increase in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $ 147,698,264 in FY 2019- 20, are $ 26,656,153 or 15.3 % less than FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $ 174,354,417. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  PRT – PORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 Budget FY 2014-15 Budget FY 2015-16 Budget FY 2016-17 Budget FY 2017-18 Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Port 91,674,259 109,885,192 109,731,648 141,159,032 133,202,027 174,354,417 FTE Count 236.79 241.34 241.29 244.19 245.64 246.51 The Department’s budget increased by $ 82,680,158 or 90.2% from the adopted budget in FY 13- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. The Department’s FTE count increased by 9.72 or 4.1%  from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has increased by $ 41,152,390 largely due to increases of $15,016,678 in Buildings, Structures, and Improvement Projects, $13 ,688,448 in Programmatic Projects, $5,256,847 in work orders to other departments, and $5,063,020 in anticipated reserve balance to fund future capital projects.  The largest project budget increases are $11,000,000 for the Mission Bay Ferry Terminal, $8,00 0,000 for waterfront developments and $5,000,000 for the Seawall Resiliency Project. FY 2019-20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019- 20 budget has decreased by $26,656,153 largely due to a decrease of $30,305,184 in Buildings, Structures, and Improvement Projects.  This decrease in FY 2019- 20 is largely due to the anticipated completion of projects budgeted in FY 2018 -19. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  PRT – PORT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 581,336 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $ 581,336 in recommended reductions, $ 270,228 are ongoing savings and $ 311,108 are one-time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of $ 40,571,055 or 30.5% in the Department’s FY 2018- 19 budget. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019- 20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 576,483 in FY 2019- 20. Of the $ 576,483 in recommended reductions, $ 392,853 are ongoing savings and $ 183,360 are one-time savings. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PRT - Port Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T Administration Equipment Purchase-Budget $99,496$65,408$34,088X $0 Equipment Purchase-Budget $0$57,504$37,000$20,504X Equipment Purchase-Budget $0$315,434$217,558 $97,876X Equipment Purchase-Budget $0$181,613$116,363 $65,250X Dp-Wp Equipment Maint$0 $289,000$279,000 $10,000 Attrition($33,870)(37,655)$3,785X Mandatory Fringe Benefits($12,832) (13,615) $783X Total Savings $4,568 Total Savings$0 N/A Eliminate 2 replacement Ford F250s. The vehicles proposed for replacement, 01 Ford F250s, have only been driven 48,104 and 47,618 miles, respectively; these vehicles average only 2,832 and 2,801 miles per year. The Port does not need these replacement vehicles and the City is trying to "right size" its fleet of vehicles. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Eliminate 1 replacement Ford Transit. The vehicle proposed for replacement, Ford E350 Van, has been driven only 16,843 miles since 1997, an average of 842 miles per year. The Port does not need this replacement vehicle, and the City is trying to
"right size" its fleet of vehicles. N/A N/A Substitute 2 replacement Toyota Priuses with 1 Chevy Bolt. The vehicles proposed for replacement, 2001 and 2002 Toyota Priuses, have only been driven 35,320 and 28,185 miles, respectively; these vehicles average only
,208 and 1,762 miles per year. The Chevy Bolt will help the Port reach its electrical vehicle goal by 2022. N/A Eliminate Cisco server equipment. The Port listed this as a "low priority"
equipment request. N/A Reduce the Equipment Maintenance budget to reflect savings associated with purchasing new equipment. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PRT - Port Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Real Estate and Development Maint Svcs-Bldgs & Impvts-Bdgt$865,000 $860,000 $5,000 $870,000$865,000 $5,000 93 Attrition$0($47,588) $47,588X Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($19,249) $19,249X Total Savings $66,837 Total Savings$0 Maritime 16 Chief Surveyor1.000.00 $142,095 $0$142,095 1.000.00 $142,095 $0$142,095 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$52,688 $0$52,688 $54,044$0$54,044 14 Survey Associate1.002.00 $109,718 $219,436($109,718) 1.002.00 $109,718 $219,436($109,718)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$45,125 $90,250($45,125) $46,164$92,328.00 ($46,164)
Total Savings $39,940 Total Savings$40,257 93 Attrition($70,571)(83,667)$13,096X Mandatory Fringe Benefits($25,737) (28,662)$2,925X Total Savings $16,021 Total Savings$0 25 Principal Administrative Analyst II1.000.00 $145,335 $0$145,335 1.000.00 $145,335 0$145,335 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$53,358 $0$53,358 $54,7110$54,711 Adjust attrition savings to account for delay in finalizing position substitution from 43 IS Senior Engineer to 1044 IS Engineer Principal position N/A Reduce the Buildings Maintenance budget by $5,000 to correct for overbudgeting Pest Control. Ongoing savings Adjust attrition savings to account for delay in hiring 5241 Engineer position N/A Deny substitution of 1.00 FTE 5312 Survey Assistant II position to 5216 Chief Surveyor. This recommendation would allow two Survey Associates under the Engineer. Ongoing savings Adjust attrition savings to account for delay in hiring Manager II position. N/A Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PRT - Port Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount 24 Principal Administrative Analyst0.00 1.00 $0$132,668 ($132,668) 0.001.00 $0132,668 ($132,668)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$50,737 ($50,737) $051,782 ($51,782)
Total Savings $15,288 Total Savings$15,596 Entertainment & Promotion Bdgt$95,400$70,400$25,000 $97,400$72,400$25,000 Other Current Expenses -Bdgt$0 $76,775$63,775$13,000 Capital Investment 93 Attrition ($1,265,298)($1,303,504) $38,206X Mandatory Fringe Benefits($504,935) ($520,424) $15,489X Total Savings $53,695 Total Savings$0 93 Attrition $0($24,406) $24,406X Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($11,493) $11,493X Total Savings $35,898 Total Savings$0 Overtime0.000.00 $500,385 $470,385 $30,000 $500,385$470,385 $30,000 Adjust attrition savings to account for delay in hiring Asphalt Worker N/A Deny substitution of 1.00 FTE 1824 Principal Administrative Analyst to 1825 Principal Administrative Analyst II. This position oversees two clerk positions and is appropriate at the 1824 level. Ongoing savings Reduce the Maritime Promotional budget by $25,000 to reflect the Port's needs. Ongoing savings Adjust attrition savings to account for delay in hiring Senior Administrative Analyst position N/A Reduce Other Current Expenses by $13,000 to account for a 3-year cyclical expense incorrectly applied to FY 2019-20. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PRT - Port Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Other Current Expenses -Bdgt$118,000 $113,000 $5,000 $75,782$71,782 $4,000 Materials & Supplies$90,000$40,000$50,000 $90,000$40,000$50,000 Enterprise Technology Projects Programmatic Projects-Budget$1,740,000$1,640,000 $100,000X $0 Waterfront Development Projects Programmatic Projects-Budget$8,000,000$7,900,000 $100,000 $10,100,000$9,900,000 $200,000 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$311,108$270,228$581,336 Non-General Fund $183,630$392,853$576,483 Total$311,108 $270,228$581,336 Total$183,630 $392,853$576,483 FY 2018-19 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions Reduce the Waterfront Development Programmatic Projects budget by $100,000 to reflect the Port's needs. Ongoing savings Reduce Other Current Expenses by $5,000 to correct for inflation on expenses that was budgeted too aggressively. Ongoing savings Reduce the Enterprise Technology Programmatic Projects budget by $100,000 to reflect the Port's needs. N/A The department-wide budget for materials & supplies increased from $1,581,784 in FY 2017-18 to $1,633,150 in FY 2018-19.  Actual department wide expenditures were $1333,432 in FY 2015-16 and $1,419,321 in FY 2016-17. Ongoing savings Reduce the Overtime budget by $30,000. The Port increased Overtime in Capital investment from $270,385 in FY 2017-18 to $500,385 in FY 2018-19 to account for additional cleaning and maintenance of the waterfront. An increase to $470,385 is sufficient to improve cleanliness and maintenance. Ongoing savings BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT:  LIB– PUBLIC LIBRARY Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 159,376,732 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $21,525,907 or 15. 6%
more than the original FY 2017- 18 budget of $ 137,850,825. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 697.14 FTEs, which are 0.46 FTEs less than the 697. 60 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 0. 1% decrease in FTEs from the original FY 2017-18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $159,376,732 in FY 2018- 19, are  $21,525,907 or 15. 6 %  more than FY 201 7-18 revenues of $137,850,825. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed  $150, 509,345 budget for FY 2019- 20 is $8,867,387 or 5.6 % less t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018-19 budget of  $159,509,345. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 694. 57 FTEs, which are 2.57 FTEs less than the 697.14 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget. This represents a 0.4% decrease in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $150,509,345 in FY 2019-20 , are $8,867,387 or 5.6 % less than FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $159,256,732. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018 -19 AND FY 2019 -20 D EPARTMENT:  LIB – PUBLIC LIBRARY SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget Proposed Budget $100,531,375 $109,483,373 $117,128,318 $126,008,847 $137,850,825 $159,376,732 FTE Count 652.22 660.70 662.28 682.99 697.60 697.14 The Department’s budget increased by $58,845,357 or 58.5% from the adopted budget in FY 13 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018- 19. The Department’s FTE count increased by 44.92 or 6.9 % from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FTE increases from FY 2015 -16 to FY 2017- 18 were driven by the expansion of service hours, the corresponding addition of custodial, security and engineering staff and the addition of youth librarians system wide. The primary drive r of the budget increase from FY 2017 -18 to FY 2018-is the capital funding for the Mission branch library, which fully funds the project. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s FY 2018 -19 budget is proposed to increase by  $ $21,525,907 largely due to large capital projects to be launched in FY 2018- 19, notably the renovation of the Mission branch, additional roofing renewals and other projects . The Library is proposing an expenditure of $2,992,772 to deploy a Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system in FY 2018 -19. The RFID system will equip library books and audio/visual materials with radio communication tags in order to improve the Library’s collection management and check out procedures. The budget for the RFID project includes funding for hardware, software licensing, and temporary salaries to backfill permanent staff re directed for the RFID implementation. FY 2019- 20 The Department’s FY 2019 -20 budget is proposed to decrease by  $8,867,387 largely due to a decrease in capital project allocations . The Library is proposing an expenditure of $ 384,984 for the deployment of the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) system in FY 2019 -20 (discussed above). RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018 -19 AND FY 2019 -20 D EPARTMENT:  LIB – PUBLIC LIBRARY SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 352,600 in FY 2018 -19. Of the $352,600 in recommended reductions, $ 341,350 are ongoing savings and $ 11,250 are one -time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of
$ 21, 173,307 or 15.4% in the Department’s FY 2018 -19 budget. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019 -20 The Budget and Legisl ative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 641,350 in FY 2019 -20. Of the $641,350 in recommended reductions, $341,350 are ongoing savings and $300,000 are one -time savings. These reductions would further reduce the Department’s planned decrease of its FY 2019 -20 budget, to a total decrease of $9,508, 737 or 6 .0% in the Department’s FY 2019 -20 budget. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 LIB - Public Library Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T Main Library Operations Attrition Savings($1,374,486) ($1,443,486) $69,000 (1,374,486) (1,443,486) $69,000 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($624,756)($655,756) $31,000 ($624,756)($655,756) $31,000 Total Savings $100,000 Total Savings$100,000 Freight Delivery$50,000$20,000$30,000 $50,000$20,000$30,000 Facilities Maintenance Property Rent$1,025,745 $925,745$100,000 $1,055,145$955,145$100,000 Equipment Purchase-Budget$246,500$235,250 $11,250X $0 Administration Membership Fees$66,350$55,000$11,350 $66,350$55,000$11,350 Information Technology Software Licensing Fees$1,207,737$1,107,737 $100,000 $1,172,737$1,072,737 $100,000 Ongoing savings Eliminate purchase of one piece of unnecessary equipment. One-time savings. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Increase attrition savings to account for vacancies. Ongoing savings Reduce Licensing Fees to expected expenditure. Decrease rent due to expected surplus in current fiscal year. Ongoing savings Reduce budget for Membership Fees to expected expenditure. Ongoing savings Reduce Freight Delivery to expected expenditure. Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 LIB - Public Library Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Capital Improvement Project Bldgs.Struct&Imprv Pro-Budget$0 $9,006,358$8,706,358 $300,000X One-TimeOngoing Total One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$11,250$341,350 $352,600Non-General Fund $300,000$341,350$641,350 Total$11,250$341,350 $352,600 Total$300,000 $341,350$641,350 FY 2018-19 Savings in FY 2019-20 only. Reduce Capital Improvement Project Non-BLIP Branch Remodel Costs. Department has revised spending plan downward. The Library will continue to work with Public Works to further develop the scope & design work for the next phase of branch projects to refine the funding needs in FY 20 FY 2019-20 Total Recommended ReductionsTotal Recommended Reductions BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT:  PUC – PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 1,300,058,462 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $247,217,074 or 23%
more than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 1,052,841,388. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 1,684.39 FTEs , which are 36.26 FTEs more than the 1,648.13 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 2%  increase in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $ 1,300,058,462 in FY 2018- 19, are $ 247,217,074 or 23%
more than FY 2017- 18 revenues of $ 1,052,841,388. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 1,402,330,591 budget for FY 2019- 20 is $102,272,129 o r 8%
more t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget of $ 1,300,058,462. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 1,687.71 FTEs, which are 3.32 FTEs more than the 1,684.39 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018-19 budget. This represents a 0.2 % increase in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $ 1,402,330,591 in FY 2019- 20, are $ 102,272,129 or 8%  more than FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $ 1,300,058,462. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  PUC – PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMARY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 FY 2014-15 FY 2015-16 FY 2016-17 FY 2017-18 FY 2018-19 Budget Budget Budget Budget Budget Proposed SFPUC $873,552,638  $939,577,779  $973,661,875  $993,383,879  $1,052,841,388  $1,300,058,462 FTE 1,621.27 1,618.25 1,633.53 1,636.96 1,648.13 1,684.39 The Department’s budget increased by $426,505,824 or 49% from the adopted budget in FY 13- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. The Depa rtment’s FTE count increased by
.12 or 4% from the adopted budget in FY 2013- 14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018-19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has increased largely due to the proposed expansion of CleanPowerSF, San Francisco’s Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program. CleanPowerSF launched in 2016 and currently serves approximately 80,000 customer accounts. The next auto -enrollment phase in July 2018 is expected to add approximately 150,000 customers, and final citywide e nrollment is expected to add approximately 125,000 customers by July 2019, for a total of approximately 350,000 customer accounts with average electricity demand of approximately 400 megawatts (MW). CleanPowerSF program revenues and costs are estimated to increase from $38.0 million in FY 17-18 to $128.3 million in FY 2018- 19. FY 2019- 20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019 -20 budget has increased largely due to the proposed final expansion of CleanPowerSF. CleanPowerSF program revenues and costs are estimated to increase from $ 128.3 million in FY 2018- 19 to $244.3 million in FY 2019- 20. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  PUC – PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 6,115,079 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $ 6,115,079 in recommended reductions, $ 3,642,130 are ongoing savings and $ 2,472,949 are one-time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of $ 241,101,995 or 23% in the Department’s FY 2018- 19 budget. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019-20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 4,460,467 in FY 2019- 20. Of the $ 4,460,477 in recommended reductions, $ 4,394,249 are ongoing savings and $ 66,218 are one -time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of $ 97,311,662 or 8% in the Department’s FY 2019- 20 budget. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WTR - Water Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T Administration Facilities Maintenance$5,277,000 $4,627,000 $650,000x Step Adjustments$0($10,266) $10,266 $0($10,266) $10,266 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($2,672) $2,672 $0($2,672) $2,672 Total Savings $12,938 Total Savings$12,938 CDD Shops Automotive & Other Vehicles $133,492$75,600$57,892X $0 45 Electrician3.002.00 $328,189 $218,793$109,396 3.002.00 $328,189 $218,793$109,396 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$142,760 $95,173$47,587 $146,430$97,620$48,810 93 Attrition($361,089)($251,693)($109,396) ($373,113)($263,717)($109,396)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits($156,832)($109,245) ($47,587) ($166,470)($117,660) ($48,810)
Total Savings $0 Total Savings$0 Step Adjustments$0($46,046) $46,046 $0($46,046) $46,046 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($12,574) $12,574 $0($12,574) $12,574 Total Savings $58,620 Total Savings$58,620 Eliminate 2 new Chevy Colorado pickups. The Water Enterprise has 264 pick up trucks of various sizes, including 144 in CDD. The increase in CDD staff to do field work is minimal and could share existing vehicles. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount SFPUC increased the budget for 525 Golden Gate operations and maintenance from $3,719,000 in FY 2017-18 to $5,277,000 in FY 2018-19 to fund one-time expenditures. Actual expenditures in FY 2015-16 and FY 2016-17 for ongoing operations and maintenance were $2.7 million and $2.4 million respectively. The proposed reduction of $650,000 adjusts for annual expenditures that are less than the budget will allow for the one-time budget increase for special maintenance activities. N/A Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Ongoing savings Eliminate 1.00 FTE 7345 Electrician Position vacant since 07/01/2014. Department is not planning to fill the position. The Water Enterprise has 7 Electrician positions in the budget. Position reduction offset by a reduction in attrition savings to allow the department sufficient funds for salaries.Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WTR - Water Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount CDD Admin 41 Manager VI1.00 0.00 $191,316 $0$191,316 $191,316$0$191,316 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$67,625 $0$67,625 $69,359$0$69,359 33 Manager V0.001.00 $0$178,221 ($178,221) $0$178,221 ($178,221)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$64,960 ($64,960) $0$66,708 ($66,708)
Total Savings $15,760 Total Savings$15,746 Automotive & Other Vehicles $61,375$28,992$32,383X $0 CDD Bldgs. & Grounds Step Adjustments$0($2,184) $2,184 $0($2,184) $2,184 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($596) $596 $0($596) $596 Total Savings$2,780 Total Savings$2,780 CDD Engineering Automotive & Other Vehicles $32,383$0$32,383 X $0 Step Adjustments$0($203,138) $203,138 $0($203,138) $203,138 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($55,472) $55,472 $0($55,472) $55,472 Total Savings $258,610 Total Savings$258,610 Eliminate new Toyota Prius. The Water Enterprise budget has 5 new passenger vehicles. According to the explanation provided to the Budget and Legislative Analyst's Office, three vehicles are needed to transport staff to sites within the city and to accommodate new staff. The other two vehicles are needed for the CIP
(one in each fiscal year).  The Water Enterprise has 47 vehicles for staff which should be shared in accordance with City policy to reduce vehicle use. Eliminate new Toyota Prius. The Water Enterprise budget has 5 new passenger vehicles. According to the explanation provided to the Budget and Legislative Analyst's Office, three vehicles are needed to transport staff to sites within the city and to accommodate new staff. The other two vehicles are needed for the CIP
(one in each fiscal year).  The Water Enterprise has 47 vehicles for staff which should be shared in accordance with City policy to reduce vehicle use. N/A N/A Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Deny proposed upward substitution of 1.00 FTE 7388 Utility Plumber to 1.00 FTE 41 Manager VI to oversee Business Support Services. Based on the position's span of control, the 0933 Manager V classification is more appropriate. Ongoing savings Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WTR - Water Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount CDD Const & Maint Automotive & Other Vehicles $3,007,030$2,971,647 $35,383X 14 General Laborer21.0020.00 $1,507,178 $1,435,408 $71,770 21.0020.00 $1,507,178 $1,435,408 $71,770 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$715,714$681,632 $34,082 $737,216$702,110 $35,106 93 Attrition($2,484,703)
($2,412,933) ($71,770) 21.0020.00 ($2,567,444)
($2,495,674) ($71,770)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits($1,079,071)
($1,044,989) ($34,082) ($1,145,279)
($1,110,173) ($35,106)
Total Savings $0 Total Savings$0 WQD Engineering Automotive & Other Vehicles $26,661$0$26,661 X $0 WQD Envnmtl Services Automotive & Other Vehicles $0$37,605$0$37,605 X Eliminate new Toyota Prius. The Water Enterprise budget has 5 new passenger vehicles. According to the explanation provided to the Budget and Legislative Analyst's Office, three vehicles are needed to transport staff to sites within the city and to accommodate new staff. The other two vehicles are needed for the CIP
(one in each fiscal year).  The Water Enterprise has 47 vehicles for staff which should be shared in accordance with City policy to reduce vehicle use. Ongoing savings Eliminate 1.00 FTE 7514 General Laborer Positions vacant since 01/16/2016. Department does not plan to fill position. The Water Enterprise has 50 General Laborer positions, of which 2 were new in FY 2017-18 and never hired. Position reduction offset by a reduction in attrition savings to allow the department sufficient funds for salaries. N/A Eliminate 1 replacement Ford Escape. The Water Enterprise states that this vehicle is to comply with HACTO, but the replacement is not energy/carbon efficient. City policy is to reduce overall vehicles. N/A Eliminate 1 replacement Ford Transit. The Water Enterprise states that this is to comply with HACTO but are replacing existing vehicles with new gas-powered vehicles. This vehicle is to replace a 2007 Toyota Prius which still has useful life. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WTR - Water Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount WQD Labs Step Adjustments$0 ($16,287) $16,287 $0($16,287) $16,287 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($4,387) $4,387 $0($4,387) $4,387 Total Savings $20,674 Total Savings$20,674 WQD Administration Step Adjustments$0($3,924) $3,924 $0($3,924) $3,924 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($1,058) $1,058 $0($1,058) $1,058 Total Savings $4,982 Total Savings$4,982 WST Admin Step Adjustments$0($23,683) $23,683 $0($23,683) $23,683 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($6,336) $6,336 $0($6,336) $6,336 Total Savings $30,019 Total Savings$30,019 WST Ops & Maint Automotive & Other Vehicles $438,244$350,142 $88,102X $0 Automotive & Other Vehicles $0$113,954$85,341$28,613X Step Adjustments$0($29,835) $29,835 $0($29,835) $29,835 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($8,167) $8,167 $0($8,167) $8,167 Total Savings $38,002 Total Savings$38,002 WST Maint Engr Step Adjustments$0($78,006) $78,006 $0($78,006) $78,006 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($21,146) $21,146 $0($21,146) $21,146 Total Savings $99,152 Total Savings$99,152 Eliminate 2 new Ford F350 pickups. The Water Enterprise requested 4 new vehicles to accommodate hiring of staff for the Harry Tracy, Sunol and Tesla facilities; this recommendation allows for 2 new pickups. N/A Eliminate 1 replacement Ford Escape. This vehicle is to replace a 2007 Escape Hybrid that still has useful life. City policy is to reduce overall vehicles. Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Ongoing savings N/A Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WTR - Water Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount WST Systems Ops Step Adjustments$0 ($34,917) $34,917 $0($34,917) $34,917 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($9,464) $9,464 $0($9,464) $9,464 Total Savings $44,381 Total Savings$44,381 Wtr Resources Planning Step Adjustments$0($55,235) $55,235 $0($55,235) $55,235 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($14,793) $14,793 $0($14,793) $14,793 Total Savings $70,028 Total Savings$70,028 Natural Resources 42 Management Assistant 1.000.00 $90,516 $0$90,516 1.000.00 $90,516 $0$90,516 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$39,391 $0$39,391 $39,391$0$39,391 93 Attrition($499,399)
($408,883) ($90,516) 21.0020.00 ($499,399)
($408,883) ($90,516)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits($207,553)
($168,162) ($39,391) ($212,904)
($173,513) ($39,391)
Total Savings $0 Total Savings$0 83 Biologist16.0015.00 $1,764,481 $1,654,201 $110,280 16.0015.00 $1,764,481 $1,654,201 $110,280 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$724,480$679,200 $45,280 $741,055$694,739 $46,316 93 Attrition($499,399)
($389,119)($110,280) 21.0020.00 ($499,399)
($389,119)($110,280)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits($207,553)
($162,273) ($45,280) ($207,553)
($161,237) ($46,316)
Total Savings $0 Total Savings$0 Step Adjustments$0($185,031) $185,031 $0($185,031) $185,031 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($50,104) $50,104 $0($50,104) $50,104 Total Savings $235,135 Total Savings$235,135 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$922,804$891,081$1,813,885 Non-General Fund $66,218$891,067 $957,285 Total$922,804 $891,081$1,813,885 Total$66,218 $891,067 $957,285 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2018-19 Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount.  Ongoing savings Reduce Step Adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Ongoing savings Eliminate 1.00 FTE 2483 Biologist Position vacant since 06/18/2016. The Water Enterprise would still have 21 Biologist positions. Position reduction offset by reduction in attrition savings to allow the department sufficient funds for salaries. Ongoing savings Eliminate 1.00 FTE 1842 Management Assistant Position vacant since 07/01/2016.Ongoing savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WWE - Wastewater Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T Maintenance Ford F350 Super Cab Long Bed$373,021 $305,574 $67,447x 07 Associate Engineer (A) 8.00
.00 $1,051,704 $920,241$131,463 8.007.00 $1,051,704 $920,241$131,463 07 Associate Engineer (O) 0.00
.00 0.001.00 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$403,565 $353,119 $50,446 $411,672$360,213 $51,459 Total Savings $181,909 Total Savings$182,922 Step Adjustments$0($162,059) $162,059 $0($162,059) $162,059 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($44,323) $44,323 $0($44,323) $44,323 Total Savings $206,382 Total Savings$206,382 Source Control Attrition Savings(3.16)(4.08) ($346,286) ($446,653) $100,367x Mandatory Fringe Benefits($145,352)($187,480) $42,128x Total Savings $142,495 Step Adjustments$0($63,292) $63,292 $0($63,292) $63,292 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($17,249) $17,249 $0($17,249) $17,249 Total Savings $80,541 Total Savings$80,541 Sewer Operations Step Adjustments$0($5,678) $5,678 $0($5,678) $5,678 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($1,546) $1,546 $0($1,546) $1,546 Total Savings $7,224 Total Savings$7,224 On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. On-going savings. Deny request for new truck for Green Infrastructure maintenance crew that has not yet been hired. Wastewater Enterprise has 24 F350s. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. On-going savings. Increase attrition savings to account for delays in hiring. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Move 1.00 FTE 5207 Associate Engineer position that has been vacant since May 16 off budget to support capital program. On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 WWE - Wastewater Enterprise Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Bayside Operations Attrition Savings(17.62) (19.72) ($1,986,094) ($2,222,926) $236,832x Mandatory Fringe Benefits($824,877)($923,239) $98,362x Total Savings $335,194 Ford Fusion Hybrid $72,230$45,803$26,427x $0 Step Adjustments$0($121,279) $121,279 $0($121,279) $121,279 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($33,103) $33,103 $0($33,103) $33,103 Total Savings $154,382 Total Savings$154,382 Planning & Regulation Attrition Savings(0.85)(2.13) ($91,519) ($229,695) $138,176x Mandatory Fringe Benefits($38,007)($95,390) $57,383x Total Savings $195,559 Administration Facilities Maintenance$1,634,000$1,534,000 $100,000x Step Adjustments$0($40,646) $40,646 $0($40,646) $40,646 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($10,864) $10,864 $0($10,864) $10,864 Total Savings $51,510 Total Savings$51,510 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0 General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$867,122$681,948$1,549,070 Non-General Fund $0$682,961 $682,961 Total$867,122 $681,948$1,549,070 Total$0$682,961 $682,961 Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amount. On-going savings. Increase attrition savings to account for delays in hiring. Deny request for replacement of 2007 Toyota Prius. This vehicle has useful life, indicated by low lifetime maintenance costs, and is for transporting staff to meetings and appointments, which are trips that can be accomplished on public transit. One-time savings. Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions Increase attrition savings to account for delays in hiring. The FY 2017-18 budget for 525 Golden Gate operations and maintenance is
$1,149,000, increasing to $1,636,600 in FY 2018-19 to account for one-time maintenance costs. Actual expenditures for 525 Golden Gate operations and maintenance were $862,281 in FY 2015-16 and $995,535 in FY 2016-17. FY 2018-19 Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 HHWP - Hetch Hetchy Water & Power Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T Energy Services Attrition Savings(3.11) (4.22) ($393,571) ($533,863) $140,292x Mandatory Fringe Benefits($155,044)($210,311) $55,267x Total Savings $195,559 Professional & Specialized Services$4,682,082$4,582,082 $100,000 $2,932,082$2,832,082 $100,000 Step Adjustments$0($29,470) $29,470 $0($29,470) $29,470 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($7,826) $7,826 $0($7,826) $7,826 Total Savings $37,296 Total Savings$37,296 Hetchy Power - Long Range Planning Step Adjustments$0($143,775) $143,775 $0($143,775) $143,775 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($38,393) $38,393 $0($38,393) $38,393 Total Savings $182,168 Total Savings$182,168 Power Administration Step Adjustments$0($29,541) $29,541 $0($29,541) $29,541 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($7,823) $7,823 $0($7,823) $7,823 Total Savings $37,364 Total Savings$37,364 Reduce the proposed, to-be-determined contract amount for business plan development from $700,000 to $600,000 in each year. Professional services budget increased from $1.1 million in FY 2017-18 to $4.7 million in FY 2018-19. On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to the budget equal to the FY 2017-18 amount.  On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to the budget equal to the FY 2017-18 amount.  On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to the budget equal to the FY 2017-18 amount.  On-going savings. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Increase attrition savings to account for delays in hiring. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 HHWP - Hetch Hetchy Water & Power Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1T From To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Hetchy Water Attrition Savings(17.32) (18.40) ($1,887,757) ($2,005,873) $118,116x Mandatory Fringe Benefits($791,898)($841,446) $49,548x Total Savings $167,664 Step Adjustments$0($278,972) $278,972 $0($278,972) $278,972 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($75,550) $75,550 $0($75,550) $75,550 Total Savings $354,522 Total Savings$354,522 General Administration Facilities Maintenance$971,200$921,200 $50,000x One-TimeOngoing Total One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0 General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$413,223$711,350$1,124,573 Non-General Fund $0$711,350 $711,350 Total$413,223 $711,350$1,124,573 Total$0$711,350 $711,350 Increase attrition savings to account for delays in hiring. The FY 2017-18 budget for 525 Golden Gate operations and maintenance is
$692,000, increasing to $971,200 in FY 2018-19 for one time maintenance costs. Actual expenditures in FY 2015-16 were $434,456 and in FY 2016-17 were
$578,996. FY 2018-19 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions Reduce step adjustments to the budget equal to the FY 2017-18 amount.  On-going savings. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PUB - Public Utilities Bureau Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T External Affairs 41 Manager VI1.00 O 1.00 A $0$191,316 ($191,316) 1.00 O1.00 A $0$191,316 ($191,316)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0$67,625 ($67,625) $0$69,359 ($69,359)
Attrition Savings($253,124) ($444,440) $191,316 ($253,124)($444,440) $191,316 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($99,280)($166,905) $67,625 ($101,753)($171,112) $69,359 Total Savings $0 Total Savings$0 Temporary Miscellaneous2.371.62 $238,466 $163,466 $75,000 2.291.57 $238,466 $163,466 $75,000 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$18,887$12,947 $5,940 $18,887$12,947 $5,940 Total Savings $80,940 Total Savings$80,940 Step Adjustments$0($68,483) $68,483 $0($68,483) $68,483 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($18,192) $18,192 $0($18,192) $18,192 Total Savings $86,675 Total Savings$86,675 Professional & Specialized Services$767,400$717,400 $50,000 $767,400$717,400 $50,000 Step Adjustments$0($76,162) $76,162 $0($76,162) $76,162 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($20,232) $20,232 $0($20,232) $20,232 Total Savings $96,394 Total Savings$96,394 Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. On-going savings. External Affairs has $100,000 budgeted in each year for contracts for which the scope and contractor are yet to be determined. This reduction allows the Department $50,000 for new contracts in each year. On-going savings. Move 0941 Manager VI position from off-budget (O) to on-budget (A).Increase attrition savings to account for salary and fringe benefit costs. On-going change. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. On-going savings. External Affairs increased temporary salaries by $150,000 in part to support legislative and regulatory work for CleanPowerSF. An increase of $75,000 should be sufficient because CleanPowerSF is also increasing staff. On-going change. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 PUB - Public Utilities Bureau Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Business Services Step Adjustments($169,680) ($69,680)$100,000 $0$100,000 $100,000 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($45,163)($18,546) $26,617 $0$26,617 $26,617 Total Savings $126,617 Total Savings$126,617 Step Adjustments$0($120,000) $120,000 $0($120,000) $120,000 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($31,940) $31,940 $0($31,939.89) $31,940 Total Savings $151,940 Total Savings$151,940 General Manager Step Adjustments$0($55,363) $55,363 $0($55,363) $55,363 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($14,937) $14,937 $0($14,937) $14,937 Total Savings $70,300 Total Savings$70,300 Step Adjustments($19,132)($62,870) $43,738 ($19,132)($62,870) $43,738 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($5,096)($16,964) $11,868 ($5,106)($16,964) $11,858 Total Savings $55,606 Total Savings$55,596 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$0$718,472 $718,472 Non-General Fund $0$718,462 $718,462 Total$0$718,472 $718,472 Total$0$718,462 $718,462 Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. On-going savings. On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. On-going savings. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. Reduce step adjustments to FY 2017-18 amounts. On-going savings. FY 2018-19 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One Time Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 CLP - CleanPowerSF Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T CleanPowerSF Temporary Salaries26.27 23.79 $2,645,369 $2,395,369 $250,000x26.94 26.94 $2,803,849 $2,803,849 $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$209,513$189,713 $19,800x $222,063$222,063 $0 Total Savings$269,800 Total Savings$0 Property Rent$1,000,000$825,000$175,000 $1,500,000$575,000$925,000 23 Manager II0.770.00 $109,929 $109,9291.000.00 $142,764 $142,764 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$44,466$44,466 $59,533$59,533 25 Principal Administrative Analyst II0.000.77 $111,908($111,908) 0.001.00 $145,337($145,337)
Mandatory Fringe Benefits$41,086($41,086) $54,429($54,429)
Total Savings $1,401 Total Savings$2,531 Attrition Savings$0($180,627) $180,627 $0($180,627) $180,627 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($72,251) $72,251 $0($72,251) $72,251 Total Savings $252,878 Total Savings$252,878 Step Adjustments$0($150,000) $150,000 $0($150,000) $150,000 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$0($60,000) $60,000 $0($60,000) $60,000 Total Savings $210,000 Total Savings$210,000 One-TimeOngoingTotal One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$269,800$639,279$909,079 Non-General Fund $0$1,390,409 $1,390,409 Total$269,800 $639,279$909,079 Total$0$1,390,409 $1,390,409 CleanPowerSF budgeted $1 million in FY 2018-19 and $1.5 million in FY 2019-20 for rent for space for an additional 26 to 33 staff. This reduction should provide sufficient funds for rent (est. $66/sf), tenant improvements, and operating expenses.This reduction should provide sufficient funds for rent and operating expenses. Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions This recommendation accounts for delays of approximately 2 months in hiring 10 of the 23 new positions.One-time savings. FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FY 2018-19 Increase Attrition Savings equivalent to 4% of salaries and fringe benefits. FTEAmount Reduce Step Adjustments equivalent to approximately 5% of salaries and fringe benefits. On-going savings. FTEAmount On-going savings. Reduce new 0923 Manager II position to 1825 Principal Administrative Analyst II. The position would manage up to 2 staff who have not yet been hired. The 1825 job class has necessary qualifications to supervise staff. On-going savings. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget Budget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 SFPUC - Public Utilities Commission One-TimeOngoing TotalOne-TimeOngoing Total Water Enterprise $922,804$891,081$1,813,885 $66,218$891,067 $957,285 Wastewater Enterprise $867,122$681,948$1,549,070 $0$682,961 $682,961 Hetch Hetchy Water & Power $413,223$711,350$1,124,573 $0$711,350 $711,350 PUC Bureaus $0
$718,472$718,472$0$718,462$718,462 CleanPowerSF $269,800$639,279$909,079 $0$1,390,409 $1,390,409 Total $2,472,949 $3,642,130$6,115,079 $66,218$4,394,249 $4,460,467 FY 2018-19 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions BOARD OF SUPERVISORS – BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST DEPARTMENT:  RET – RETIREMENT Y EAR ONE: FY 2018-19 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 112,141,309 budget for FY 2018- 19 is $14,518,482 or 14.9 %
more than the original FY 2017-18 budget of $ 97,622,827. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equiv alent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2018- 19 are 107.96 FTEs, which are 1.99 FTEs more than the 105.97 FTEs in the original FY 2017- 18 budget. This represents a 1.9 % increase in FTEs from the original FY 2017- 18 budget. Revenue Changes The Department’s revenues of $112,141,309 in FY 2018- 19 are $14,518,482 or 14.9% more than the FY 2017- 18 estimated revenues of $97,622,827. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019- 20 Budget Changes The Department’s proposed $ 124,166,473 budget for FY 2019- 20 is $12,025,164 or 10.7%
more t han the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget of $ 112,141,309. Personnel Changes The number of full -time equivalent positions (FTE) budgeted for FY 2019- 20 are 108.18 FTEs, which are 0.22 FTEs more than the 107.96 FTEs in the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. T his represents a 0.2 % increase in FTEs from the Mayor’s proposed FY 2018- 19 budget. Revenue Changes The Department's revenues of $ 124,166,473 in FY 2019- 20 are $12,025,164 or 10.7% more than the FY 2018- 19 estimated revenues of $112,141,309. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  RET – RETIREMENT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST SUMMA RY OF 5-YEAR HISTORICAL & PROPOSED BUDGET YEAR EXPENDITURES AND FTE AUTHORITY: FY 2013-14 Budget FY 2014-15 Budget FY 2015-16 Budget FY 2016-17 Budget FY 2017-18 Budget FY 2018-19 Proposed Retirement 22,406,764 27,520,551 26,669,227 28,408,930 97,622,827 112,141,309 FTE Count 97.49 103.14 105.43 106.51 105.97 107.96 The Department’s budget increased by $89,734,545 from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19.  This increase is largely due to the shift of the Retirement Health Care Trust Fund from General City Responsibility to the Retirement System in FY 2017-
. This change is budget neutral on a city -wide basis . The Department’s FTE count increased by 10.47 or 11% from the adopted budget in FY 2013 -14 to the proposed budget in FY 2018 -19. FY 2018- 19 The Department’s proposed FY 2018 -19 budget has increased by $ 14,518,482 largely due to the Department’s integration of environmental, social, and governance considerations, including engagement activities, in to investment decisions.  This has led to an increase in professional and personalized services. FY 2019- 20 The Department’s proposed FY 2019 -20 budget has increased by $ 12,025,164 largely due to the Department’s integration of environmental, social, a nd governance considerations, including engagement activities, into investment decisions. This has led to an increase in professional and personalized services. RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE BUDGET & LEGISLATIVE ANALYST F OR AMENDMENT OF BUDGET ITEMS FY 2018- 19 AND FY 2019- 20 D
EPARTMENT:  RET – RETIREMENT SAN FRANCISCO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS BUDGET AND LEGISLATIVE ANALYST R ECOMMENDATIONS Y
EAR ONE: FY 2018- 19 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 410,332 in FY 2018- 19. Of the $ 410,332 in recommended reductions,  $50,782 are ongoing savings and $ 359,550 are one-time savings. These reductions would still allow an increase of
$ 14,108,150 or 14.5% in the Department’s F Y 2018-19 budget. Y EAR TWO: FY 2019- 20 The Budget and Legislative Analyst’s recommended reductions to the proposed budget total
$ 45,180 in FY 2019- 20. All of the $45,180 in recommended reductions would be ongoing savings. These reductions would still allo w an increase of $11,979,984 or 10.7% in the Department’s FY 2019-20 budget. Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 RET - Retirement Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T Administration 44 Senior Personnel Analyst1.00 0.77 $119,787 $92,236$27,551X1.00 1.00 $119,787 $119,787 $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$46,566$35,856$10,710X $48,110$48,110 $0 Total Savings $38,261 Total Savings$0 54 IS Business Analyst Principal4.003.50 $584,018 $511,016 $73,002X4.00 4.00 $584,018 $584,018 $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$213,991$187,242 $26,749X $219,394$219,394 $0 Total Savings $99,751 Total Savings$0 93 IT Operations Support Admin III1.000.50 $100,479 $50,240$50,240X1.00 1.00 $100,479 $100,479 $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits$42,597$21,299$21,299X $43,642$43,642 $0 Total Savings $71,538 Total Savings$0 Investment Attrition Savings($498,582)($598,582) $100,000X ($498,582)($498,582) $0 Mandatory Fringe Benefits($175,496)($225,496) $50,000X (175,496)
$ ($175,496) $0 Total Savings$150,000 Total Savings$0 San Francisco Deferred Compensation Plan Professional and Specialized Services $235,000$186,718 $48,282 $235,000$192,320 $42,680 FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmount Reduce 1.0 FTE 1244 Senior Personnel Analyst position to 0.77 FTE due to anticipated delays in hiring. The Department intends to fill the position within the next few months.  One-time savings. FTEAmount Reduce the Professional and Specialized Services to reflect historical underspending and actual contractual need. Ongoing savings. Reduce 4.00 FTE 1054 IS Business Analyst Principal positions to 3.50 FTEs due to anticipated delays in hiring. The position has been vacant since July 2017 and the Department not begun the process of filling this position or defining its role and responsibilities. One-time savings. Reduce 1.00 FTE 1093 IT Operations Support Admin III position to 0.50 FTE to reflect delayed hiring of 1.00 FTE IT Operations Support Admn III. The Department does not plan to begin recruitment for this position until approval of 1094 IT Operations Support Admin IV.  One-time savings. Increase Attrition Savings in FY 2018-19 due to anticipated delays in hiring and vacancies.  One time savings Recommendations of the Budget and Legislative Analyst For Amendment of Budget Items in the FY 2018-19 and FY 2019-20 Two-Year Budget GF = General Fund T = One TimeBudget and Finance Committee, May 24, 2018 RET - Retirement Account TitleFromTo From ToSavingsGF1TFrom To From ToSavingsGF1T FY 2018-19FY 2019-20 FTEAmountFTEAmount Air Travel-Employees$3,500 $2,500$2,500 $3,500$2,500$2,500 One-TimeOngoing Total One-TimeOngoing Total General Fund $0$0$0General Fund $0$0$0 Non-General Fund$359,550 $50,782$410,332 Non-General Fund $0$45,180 $45,180 Total$359,550 $50,782$410,332 Total$0$45,180 $45,180 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2019-20 Total Recommended Reductions FY 2018-19 Reduce Travel to reflect historical underspending and actual need.Ongoing savings.