State puts nearly $100 million from COVID relief money into facilities


Here's how Gov. Laura Kelly's administration allocated about $100 million in COVID-19 relief money for improving state facilities.

State agencies submitted applications for projects to the Department of Administration, where former Secretary DeAngela Burns-Wallace and Budget Director Adam Proffitt reviewed them based on the availability of funds and agency needs.

Last December, the state Finance Council approved putting $95 million from pandemic relief funds into state government services, including information technology systems to ensure continuity of operations in the . . .


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