A Revised Program Legislative (RPL) is a legislative process through the Legislative Budget & Audit (LB&A) Committee to increase an appropriation item based on additional federal or other program receipts received or to be received by an agency after an appropriation bill has already been passed. For example, an agency may have been awarded federal funding for a specific program, however, they do not have enough federal authority to accept the funds. In this case, an RPL is needed and must go through the LB&A Committee for approval to increase that agency's federal appropriation.
What Statue applies to RPLs?
AS 37.07.080 is the applicable statute.