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S.B. 2

             1           NEW FISCAL YEAR SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
             2          2011 GENERAL SESSION
             3          STATE OF UTAH
             4          Chief Sponsor: Lyle W. Hillyard
             5          House Sponsor: Melvin R. Brown
             6      .....................................................................
             7      LONG TITLE

             8      Committee Note:
             9          The Executive Appropriations Committee recommended this bill.
             10      General Description:
             11          This bill supplements or reduces appropriations previously provided for the use and
             12      operation of state government for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2012.
             13      Highlighted Provisions:
             14          This bill:
             15          .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain state agencies;
             16          .    provides budget increases and decreases for the use and support of certain institutions of
             17      higher education;
             18          .    provides budget increases and decreases for other purposes as described.
             19      Money Appropriated in this Bill:
             20          This bill appropriates for fiscal year 2012:
             21          .    $161,242,900 from the General Fund;
             22          .    $20,613,800 from the Education Fund;
             23          .    $319,033,400 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
             24      Other Special Clauses:
             25          This bill takes on July 1, 2011.
             26      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             27          ENACTS UNCODIFIED MATERIAL
             28      .....................................................................
             29      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             30          Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J Chapter 1, the following
             31      sums of money are appropriated from resources not otherwise appropriated, or reduced from


             32      amounts previously appropriated, out of the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support
             33      of the government of the State of Utah for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30,
             34      2012. These are additions to amounts previously appropriated for fiscal year 2012.
             35      Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
             36      Governor's Office
             37      Item 1    To Governor's Office
             38      From General Fund    (2,200)
             39      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
                  40      Schedule of Programs:
             41      Administration    (1,800)
             42      Lt. Governor's Office    (600)
             43      Governor's Energy Advisor    (100)
             44          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             45      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             46      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             47      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             48      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             49      of leasing a facility, and more.
             50      Item 2    To Governor's Office - Character Education
             51      From General Fund    200,000
                  52      Schedule of Programs:
             53      Character Education    200,000
             54      Item 3    To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget
             55      From General Fund    116,900
             56      From General Fund, One-time    140,000
             57      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    3,200,000
                  58      Schedule of Programs:
             59      Administration    1,000
             60      Planning and Budget Analysis    115,900
             61      Demographic and Economic Analysis    100
             62      State and Local Planning    139,900
             63      General State Fiscal Stabilization Program    3,200,000
             64      Item 4    To Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile
             65      Justice
             66      From Federal Funds    (300)
             67      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,698,500
             68      From General Fund Restricted - Criminal Forfeiture Restricted Account    250,000
             69      From Crime Victim Reparations Fund    324,300

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                  70      Schedule of Programs:
             71      CCJJ Commission    1,537,900
             72      Crime Victim Reparations    424,600
             73      Extraditions    60,000
             74      Crime Reduction Assistance Program    250,000
             75          All General Funds appropriated to the Commission on
             76      Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item are contingent upon
             77      expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             78      Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not
             79      exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds -
             80      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriations
             81      bills passed for FY 2012. If expenditures in the Commission
             82      on Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item exceed amounts
             83      appropriated to the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile
             84      Justice line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             85      Reinvestment Act in FY 2012, the Division of Finance shall
             86      reduce the General Fund allocations to the Commission on
             87      Criminal and Juvenile Justice line item by one dollar for every
             88      one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             89      Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds -
             90      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
             91      State Auditor
             92      Item 5    To State Auditor
             93      From General Fund    400
             94      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    200
                  95      Schedule of Programs:
             96      Auditing    700
             97      State and Local Government    (100)
             98          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             99      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             100      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             101      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             102      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             103      of leasing a facility, and more.
             104      State Treasurer
             105      Item 6    To State Treasurer
             106      From General Fund    300
             107      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100

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             108      From Unclaimed Property Trust    300
                  109      Schedule of Programs:
             110      Treasury and Investment    400
             111      Unclaimed Property    300
             112          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             113      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             114      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             115      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             116      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             117      of leasing a facility, and more.
             118      Attorney General
             119      Item 7    To Attorney General
             120      From General Fund    949,700
             121      From General Fund, One-time    550,000
             122      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    560,800
             123      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (600)
                  124      Schedule of Programs:
             125      Administration    196,500
             126      Child Protection    (500)
             127      Criminal Prosecution    1,863,900
             128          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             129      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             130      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             131      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             132      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             133      of leasing a facility, and more.
             134          The Legislature intends that the Attorney General may
             135      accept funding from the United States Social Security
             136      Administration to fund cooperative investigations into fraud
             137      committed by persons, including illegal aliens, receiving or
             138      attempting to receive financial benefits to which such persons
             139      are not entitled under state or federal law. The Legislature
             140      further intends that the Attorney General submit the actual
             141      grant information as required under UCA 63J Chapter 5.
             142          The Legislature intends that the Attorney General may
             143      increase the office fleet by two vehicles with funding from the
             144      United States Social Security Administration.
             145          All General Funds appropriated to the Attorney General

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             146      line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds
             147      - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th
             148      United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated
             149      from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment
             150      Act in all appropriations bills passed for FY 2012. If
             151      expenditures in the Attorney General line item exceed amounts
             152      appropriated to the Attorney General line item from Federal
             153      Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in FY 2012,
             154      the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund
             155      allocations to the Attorney General line item by one dollar for
             156      every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             157      Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds -
             158      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
             159      Item 8    To Attorney General - Contract Attorneys
             160      From General Fund, One-time    5,000,000
                  161      Schedule of Programs:
             162      Contract Attorneys    5,000,000
             163      Item 9    To Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
             164      From General Fund    201,500
                  165      Schedule of Programs:
             166      Children's Justice Centers    201,500
             167      Utah Department of Corrections
             168      Item 10    To Utah Department of Corrections - Programs and Operations
             169      From General Fund    10,174,100
             170      From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    (515,000)
                  171      Schedule of Programs:
             172      Department Executive Director    130,200
             173      Department Administrative Services    12,400
             174      Adult Probation and Parole Programs    373,500
             175      Institutional Operations Draper Facility    9,143,000
             176          The Legislature intends that the Department of Corrections
             177      may reallocate resources internally to fund additional adult
             178      probation and parole agents. For every two agents hired, one
             179      vehicle may be purchased with Department funds.
             180          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             181      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             182      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             183      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire

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             184      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             185      of leasing a facility, and more.
             186      Item 11    To Utah Department of Corrections - Department Medical
             187      Services
             188      From General Fund    (4,300)
                  189      Schedule of Programs:
             190      Medical Services    (4,300)
             191      Item 12    To Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
             192      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,900)
                  193      Schedule of Programs:
             194      Utah Correctional Industries    (1,900)
             195      Item 13    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Contracting
             196          The Legislature intends that the final state daily
             197      incarceration rate be set at $64.29.
             198      Board of Pardons and Parole
             199      Item 14    To Board of Pardons and Parole
             200      From General Fund    1,800
                  201      Schedule of Programs:
             202      Board Of Pardons and Parole    1,800
             203          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             204      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             205      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             206      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             207      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             208      of leasing a facility, and more.
             209      Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services
             210      Item 15    To Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice
             211      Services - Programs and Operations
             212      From General Fund    7,012,100
             213      From Federal Funds    (400)
             214      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (500)
             215      From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    (200)
             216      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    (300)
                  217      Schedule of Programs:
             218      Administration    (800)
             219      Early Intervention Services    (2,800)
             220      Community Programs    (3,800)
             221      Correctional Facilities    7,022,900

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             222      Rural Programs    (4,700)
             223      Youth Parole Authority    (100)
             224          The Legislature intends the Division of Juvenile Justice
             225      Services (DJJS) report back during the 2012 General Session
             226      its progress regarding the following items found in the
             227      document titled Human Services In-depth Budget Review
             228      Recommendations and Follow Up affecting the DJJS Fiscal
             229      Year 2012 appropriated budget as reported to the Executive
             230      Offices and Criminal Justice Appropriations Subcommittee on
             231      February 1, 2011: item numbers 9, 13, 14, and 15 of the
             232      Selected Major Recommendations and numbers 1, 6, and 7 of
             233      the Remaining Recommendations.
             234          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             235      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             236      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             237      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             238      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             239      of leasing a facility, and more.
             240      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
             241      Item 16    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
             242      From General Fund    3,711,900
             243      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    62,600
             244      From General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance    100,000
                  245      Schedule of Programs:
             246      Supreme Court    (100)
             247      Court of Appeals    (200)
             248      District Courts    3,799,000
             249      Juvenile Courts    (300)
             250      Administrative Office    (23,900)
             251      Data Processing    100,000
             252          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             253      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             254      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower
             255      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             256      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             257      of leasing a facility, and more.
             258      Item 17    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness
             259      Fees

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             260      From General Fund    7,800
                  261      Schedule of Programs:
             262      Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    7,800
             263      Item 18    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
             264      From General Fund    227,000
             265      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    55,000
                  266      Schedule of Programs:
             267      Guardian ad Litem    282,000
             268      Department of Public Safety
             269      Item 19    To Department of Public Safety - Programs & Operations
             270      From General Fund    3,378,900
             271      From General Fund, One-time    1,000,000
             272      From Federal Funds    (200)
             273      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (900)
             274      From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    (600)
             275      From General Fund Restricted - State Law Enforcement Forfeiture Account    25,000
                  276      Schedule of Programs:
             277      Department Commissioner's Office    130,700
             278      Department Intelligence Center    199,600
             279      Department Grants    (200)
             280      CITS Administration    (100)
             281      CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification    (1,200)
             282      CITS Communications    (2,000)
             283      CITS State Crime Labs    (1,400)
             284      CITS State Bureau of Investigation    (300)
             285      Highway Patrol - Administration    (200)
             286      Highway Patrol - Field Operations    26,200
             287      Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle    (200)
             288      Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections    (400)
             289      Highway Patrol - Protective Services    1,348,000
             290      Highway Patrol - Special Services    (800)
             291      Highway Patrol - Special Enforcement    2,705,400
             292      Highway Patrol - Technology Services    (300)
             293      Fire Marshall - Fire Operations    (500)
             294      Fire Marshall - Fire Fighter Training    (100)
             295          The Legislature intends that agencies maximize budgets by
             296      examining expiring leases and contracts and explore all
             297      possibilities in doing so including re-negotiating for lower

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             298      lease and contract rates, planning and allowing leases to expire
             299      and moving to locations with lower costs, purchasing instead
             300      of leasing a facility, and more.
             301      Item 20    To Department of Public Safety - Emergency Services and
             302      Homeland Security
             303      From General Fund    499,200
             304      From Federal Funds    (2,500)
             305      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  306      Schedule of Programs:
             307      Emergency Services and Homeland Security    496,600
             308      Item 21    To Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and
             309      Training
             310      From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    (2,300)
                  311      Schedule of Programs:
             312      Post Administration    (2,300)
             313      Item 22    To Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
             314      From General Fund    1,638,800
                  315      Schedule of Programs:
             316      Liquor Law Enforcement    1,638,800
             317      Item 23    To Department of Public Safety - Driver License
             318      From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    25,800
                  319      Schedule of Programs:
             320      Driver Services    29,600
             321      Driver Records    (3,800)
             322      Item 24    To Department of Public Safety - Highway Safety
             323      From Federal Funds    (500)
             324      From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    300,000
                  325      Schedule of Programs:
             326      Highway Safety    299,500
             327      Restricted Revenue - Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
             328      Item 25    To General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account
             329      From General Fund    216,000
                  330      Schedule of Programs:
             331      General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    216,000
             332      Infrastructure & General Government
             333      Department of Transportation
             334      Item 26    To Department of Transportation - Support Services
             335      From Transportation Fund    106,800

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                  336      Schedule of Programs:
             337      Administrative Services    (60,500)
             338      Risk Management    188,000
             339      Human Resources Management    28,700
             340      Comptroller    104,900
             341      Data Processing    (44,100)
             342      Ports of Entry    (110,200)
             343      Item 27    To Department of Transportation - Engineering Services
             344      From Transportation Fund    (135,900)
                  345      Schedule of Programs:
             346      Program Development and Research    (64,600)
             347      Right-of-Way    (38,200)
             348      Construction Management    (94,900)
             349      Civil Rights    61,800
             350      Item 28    To Department of Transportation - Operations/Maintenance
             351      Management
             352      From Transportation Fund    5,539,300
                  353      Schedule of Programs:
             354      Maintenance Administration    5,500,000
             355      Region 1    (62,200)
             356      Region 2    (64,000)
             357      Region 3    54,900
             358      Field Crews    (102,400)
             359      Traffic Safety/Tramway    64,600
             360      Maintenance Planning    148,400
             361          It is the intent of the Legislature that any and all collections
             362      or cash income from the sale or salvage of land and buildings
             363      are to be lapsed to the Transportation Fund.
             364          There is appropriated to the Department of Transportation
             365      from the Transportation Fund, not otherwise appropriated, a
             366      sum sufficient, but not more than the surplus of the
             367      Transportation Fund, to be used by the Department for the
             368      construction, rehabilitation and preservation of State highways
             369      in Utah. It is the intent of the Legislature that the
             370      appropriation, fund first, a maximum participation with the
             371      federal government for the construction of federally designated
             372      highways, as provided by law, and last, the construction of
             373      State highways, as funding permits. It is also the intent of the

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             374      Legislature that the FTE's for field crews may be adjusted to
             375      accommodate the increase or decrease in the Federal
             376      Construction Program. No portion of the money appropriated
             377      by this item shall be used either directly or indirectly to
             378      enhance the appropriations otherwise made by this act to the
             379      Department of Transportation for other purposes.
             380      Item 29    To Department of Transportation - Construction Management
             381      From General Fund, One-time    1,600,000
             382      From Transportation Fund    (5,500,000)
                  383      Schedule of Programs:
             384      Rehabilitation/Preservation    (5,500,000)
             385      State Construction - New    1,600,000
             386          There is appropriated to the Department of Transportation
             387      from the Transportation Fund, not otherwise appropriated, a
             388      sum sufficient, but not more than the surplus of the
             389      Transportation Fund, to be used by the Department for the
             390      construction, rehabilitation and preservation of State highways
             391      in Utah. It is the intent of the Legislature that the
             392      appropriation, fund first, a maximum participation with the
             393      federal government for the construction of federally designated
             394      highways, as provided by law, and last, the construction of
             395      State highways, as funding permits. No portion of the money
             396      appropriated by this item shall be used either directly or
             397      indirectly to enhance the appropriations otherwise made by this
             398      act to the Department of Transportation for other purposes.
             399          It is the intent of the Legislature that any net savings that
             400      might be realized upon substantial completion of the I-15
             401      CORE Project be used by the Department of Transportation to
             402      add highway capacity on I-15 south of the Spanish Fork Main
             403      Street interchange to Payson.
             404      Item 30    To Department of Transportation - Region Management
             405      From Transportation Fund    173,700
                  406      Schedule of Programs:
             407      Region 1    62,200
             408      Region 2    166,400
             409      Region 3    (54,900)
             410      Item 31    To Department of Transportation - Mineral Lease
             411          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds appropriated

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             412      from the Federal Mineral Lease Account shall be used for
             413      improvement or reconstruction of highways that have been
             414      heavily impacted by energy development.
             415          It is the intent of the Legislature that if private industries
             416      engaged in developing the State's natural resources are willing
             417      to participate in the cost of the construction of highways
             418      leading to their facilities, that local governments consider that
             419      highway as a higher priority as they prioritize the use of
             420      Mineral Lease Funds received through 59-21-1(4)(c)(i). The
             421      funds appropriated for improvement or reconstruction of
             422      energy impacted highways are nonlapsing.
             423      Department of Administrative Services
             424      Item 32    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
             425      From General Fund    43,000
                  426      Schedule of Programs:
             427      Executive Director    (42,400)
             428      Parental Defense    85,400
             429      Item 33    To Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
             430      From General Fund    (100)
                  431      Schedule of Programs:
             432      DAR Administration    (100)
             433      Item 34    To Department of Administrative Services - DFCM
             434      Administration
             435      From General Fund    15,100
             436      From General Fund, One-time    340,500
             437      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,500,000
             438      From Capital Projects Fund    (800)
                  439      Schedule of Programs:
             440      DFCM Administration    764,300
             441      Energy Program    1,090,500
             442          The Legislature intends that the Division of Facilities
             443      Construction and Management (DFCM) study asset utilization,
             444      cost, and operation and maintenance in state-owned and leased
             445      properties and report back to the Infrastructure and General
             446      Government Appropriations Subcommittee during the 2011
             447      Interim. The Legislature further intends that state agencies and
             448      institutions of higher education work with DFCM in
             449      accomplishing this study by providing necessary information

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             450      on agency or institution-specific facilities.
             451          The Legislature intends that the Division of Facilities
             452      Construction and Management explore options for updating the
             453      current space standards for state facility construction including
             454      Higher Education and report back to the Infrastructure and
             455      General Government Appropriations Subcommittee during the
             456      2011 Interim.
             457      Item 35    To Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
             458      From General Fund    (95,200)
                  459      Schedule of Programs:
             460      Archives Administration    14,800
             461      Records Services    (110,000)
             462      Item 36    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance
             463      Administration
             464      From General Fund    83,100
             465      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,700
                  466      Schedule of Programs:
             467      Finance Director's Office    (100)
             468      Payroll    39,800
             469      Payables/Disbursing    26,000
             470      Financial Reporting    19,700
             471      Financial Information Systems    (600)
             472          The Legislature intends that the Division of Finance
             473      transfer $250,000 one-time from the Capital Project Fund to
             474      the Wildlife Resources Trust Account to reimburse the account
             475      for a property purchase that did not occur.
             476      Item 37    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
             477      From General Fund    6,000,000
             478      From General Fund, One-time    3,000,000
             479      From General Fund Restricted - Economic Incentive Restricted Account    2,690,200
                  480      Schedule of Programs:
             481      Development Zone Partial Rebates    2,690,200
             482      Jail Reimbursement    9,000,000
             483      Item 38    To Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct
             484      Commission
             485      From General Fund    (100)
                  486      Schedule of Programs:
             487      Judicial Conduct Commission    (100)

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             488      Item 39    To Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
             489      From General Fund    (900)
                  490      Schedule of Programs:
             491      Purchasing and General Services    (900)
             492      Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
             493      Item 40    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Finance
             494      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    71,700
                  495      Schedule of Programs:
             496      ISF - Purchasing Card    71,700
             497      Budgeted FTE    1.0
             498      Item 41    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of
             499      Purchasing and General Services
             500      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    1,201,500
                  501      Schedule of Programs:
             502      ISF - State Surplus Property    1,056,300
             503      ISF - Federal Surplus Property    145,200
             504      Budgeted FTE    8.0
             505      Authorized Capital Outlay    30,000
             506      Item 42    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet
             507      Operations
             508      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    (710,400)
                  509      Schedule of Programs:
             510      ISF - State Surplus Property    (1,056,300)
             511      ISF - Federal Surplus Property    (145,200)
             512      ISF - Travel Office    491,100
             513      Budgeted FTE    (6.6)
             514      Authorized Capital Outlay    (30,000)
             515      Item 43    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
             516      Construction and Management - Facilities Management
             517          The Legislature intends that the DFCM Internal Service
             518      Fund may add up to three FTEs and up to two vehicles beyond
             519      the authorized level if new facilities come on line or
             520      maintenance agreements are requested. Any added FTEs or
             521      vehicles must be reviewed and approved by the Legislature.
             522      Department of Technology Services
             523      Item 44    To Department of Technology Services - Chief Information
             524      Officer
             525      From General Fund    (100)

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                  526      Schedule of Programs:
             527      Chief Information Officer    (100)
             528      Item 45    To Department of Technology Services - Integrated Technology
             529      Division
             530      From General Fund    131,400
                  531      Schedule of Programs:
             532      Automated Geographic Reference Center    131,400
             533      Capital Budget
             534      Item 46    To Capital Budget - Capital Development
             535      From Capital Project Fund - Project Reserve    5,000,000
                  536      Schedule of Programs:
             537      Freeport Warehouse    5,000,000
             538      Item 47    To Capital Budget - Capital Improvements
             539      From General Fund, One-time    (340,500)
                  540      Schedule of Programs:
             541      Capital Improvements    (340,500)
             542      State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
             543      Item 48    To State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service - Debt
             544      Service
             545      From General Fund, One-time    15,252,400
             546      From Transportation Investment Fund of 2005    15,595,300
             547      From Critical Highway Needs Fund    14,177,500
                  548      Schedule of Programs:
             549      Debt Service    45,025,200
             550      Revenue - Infrastructure & General Government
             551      Item 49    To General Fund
             552      From Nonlapsing Balances - Debt Service    15,252,400
                  553      Schedule of Programs:
             554      General Fund, One-time    15,252,400
             555      Business, Economic Development, & Labor
             556      Department of Community and Culture
             557      Item 50    To Department of Community and Culture - Administration
             558      From General Fund    (151,000)
             559      From Federal Funds    118,800
             560      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    103,000
                  561      Schedule of Programs:
             562      Executive Director's Office    (5,700)
             563      Information Technology    215,300

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             564      Administrative Services    (138,800)
             565      Item 51    To Department of Community and Culture - Historical Society
             566      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    500
                  567      Schedule of Programs:
             568      State Historical Society    500
             569      Item 52    To Department of Community and Culture - State History
             570      From General Fund    500
                  571      Schedule of Programs:
             572      Administration    500
             573      Public History and Education    60,000
             574      Office of Preservation    (60,000)
             575      Item 53    To Department of Community and Culture - Division of Arts and
             576      Museums
             577      From General Fund    700
             578      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    20,000
                  579      Schedule of Programs:
             580      Community Arts Outreach    20,700
             581      Item 54    To Department of Community and Culture - State Library
             582      From General Fund    (22,200)
                  583      Schedule of Programs:
             584      Administration    (22,200)
             585      Item 55    To Department of Community and Culture - Housing and
             586      Community Development
             587      From General Fund    397,500
             588      From General Fund, One-time    1,135,000
             589      From Federal Funds    (214,400)
             590      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    9,848,500
             591      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,100,000
             592      From Permanent Community Impact    500
                  593      Schedule of Programs:
             594      Ethnic Affairs Commission    250,000
             595      Community Assistance    1,383,000
             596      Housing Development    10,000
             597      Homeless Committee    1,900,000
             598      HEAT    (39,100)
             599      Weatherization Assistance    8,763,200
             600      Item 56    To Department of Community and Culture - Community
             601      Development Capital Budget

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             602      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    (2,045,800)
             603      From Permanent Community Impact    8,400,000
                  604      Schedule of Programs:
             605      Permanent Community Impact Board    8,400,000
             606      Special Service Districts    (2,045,800)
             607      Governor's Office of Economic Development
             608      Item 57    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Administration
             609      From General Fund    1,278,400
             610      From General Fund, One-time    650,000
             611      From Federal Funds    750,000
             612      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    200,000
                  613      Schedule of Programs:
             614      Administration    2,878,400
             615      Item 58    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Office of
             616      Tourism
             617      From General Fund    (3,400)
             618      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,000
             619      From General Fund Restricted - Tourism Marketing Performance    7,000,000
                  620      Schedule of Programs:
             621      Operations and Fulfillment    6,600
             622      Advertising and Promotion    7,000,000
             623      Item 59    To Governor's Office of Economic Development - Business
             624      Development
             625      From General Fund    1,219,900
             626      From General Fund, One-time    636,900
                  627      Schedule of Programs:
             628      Business Creation    (242,000)
             629      Business Growth    2,098,800
             630      Utah State Tax Commission
             631      Item 60    To Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
             632      From General Fund    548,600
             633      From Education Fund    348,200
             634      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,800
             635      From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees    36,200
                  636      Schedule of Programs:
             637      Administration Division    151,100
             638      Auditing Division    300
             639      Technology Management    1,600

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             640      Tax Processing Division    403,000
             641      Tax Payer Services    4,200
             642      Property Tax Division    87,300
             643      Motor Vehicles    285,500
             644      Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    4,800
             645      Item 61    To Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
             646      From General Fund Restricted-Alcoholic Beverage Enforcement & Treatment    (258,300)
                  647      Schedule of Programs:
             648      Liquor Profit Distribution    (258,300)
             649      Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority
             650      Item 62    To Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority
             651      From General Fund    (4,000)
             652      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,700
                  653      Schedule of Programs:
             654      Administration    (4,000)
             655      Technology Outreach    5,700
             656      Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
             657      Item 63    To Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control - Alcoholic
             658      Beverage Control
             659      From Liquor Control Fund    3,004,700
                  660      Schedule of Programs:
             661      Executive Director    9,300
             662      Administration    (400)
             663      Operations    (9,900)
             664      Stores and Agencies    3,005,700
             665      Labor Commission
             666      Item 64    To Labor Commission
             667      From General Fund    400
             668      From Federal Funds    (1,700)
             669      From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety    100
             670      From Uninsured Employers' Fund    (300)
                  671      Schedule of Programs:
             672      Administration    4,900
             673      Industrial Accidents    (800)
             674      Adjudication    (1,700)
             675      Boiler, Elevator and Coal Mine Safety Division    (500)
             676      Anti-Discrimination    (2,300)
             677      Utah Occupational Safety and Health    (1,100)

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             678      Department of Commerce
             679      Item 65    To Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
             680      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Account    357,300
             681      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             682      Fund    1,000
             683      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund, One-time    95,300
                  684      Schedule of Programs:
             685      Administration    91,900
             686      Occupational & Professional Licensing    8,300
             687      Securities    342,600
             688      Consumer Protection    600
             689      Corporations and Commercial Code    8,500
             690      Real Estate    700
             691      Public Utilities    800
             692      Committee of Consumer Services    200
             693      Financial Institutions
             694      Item 66    To Financial Institutions - Financial Institutions Administration
             695      From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions    44,100
                  696      Schedule of Programs:
             697      Administration    44,100
             698      Insurance Department
             699      Item 67    To Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
             700      From General Fund    283,500
             701      From Federal Funds    49,900
             702      From General Fund Restricted - Guaranteed Asset Protection Waiver    89,000
                  703      Schedule of Programs:
             704      Administration    333,400
             705      Relative Value Study    600
             706      Insurance Fraud Program    (500)
             707      Captive Insurers    (100)
             708      GAP Waiver Program    89,000
             709      Item 68    To Insurance Department - Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool
             710      From Federal Funds    11,949,200
             711      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,922,600
                  712      Schedule of Programs:
             713      Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool    22,871,800
             714      Item 69    To Insurance Department - Risk Adjuster
             715      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    150,000

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                  716      Schedule of Programs:
             717      Risk Adjuster    150,000
             718      Public Service Commission
             719      Item 70    To Public Service Commission
             720      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,864,500
             721      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             722      Fund    36,700
                  723      Schedule of Programs:
             724      Administration    1,901,200
             725      Revenue - Business, Economic Development, & Labor
             726      Item 71    To General Fund
             727      From General Fund Restricted - Factory Built Housing Fees    26,500
             728      From General Fund Restricted - Pawnbroker Operations    68,800
                  729      Schedule of Programs:
             730      General Fund, One-time    95,300
             731      Restricted Revenue - Business, Economic Development, & Labor
             732      Item 72    To Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund
             733      From Federal Funds    1,425,000
             734      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,250,000
                  735      Schedule of Programs:
             736      Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund    2,675,000
             737      Item 73    To Tourism Marketing Performance Fund
             738      From General Fund, One-time    7,000,000
                  739      Schedule of Programs:
             740      Tourism Marketing Performance Fund    7,000,000
             741      Item 74    To Permanent Community Impact Fund
             742      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    8,300,000
             743      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus    (13,800,000)
                  744      Schedule of Programs:
             745      Permanent Community Impact Fund    (5,500,000)
             746      Social Services
             747      Department of Health
             748      Item 75    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
             749      From General Fund    523,600
             750      From Federal Funds    154,600
             751      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,775,800
             752      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (600)
             753      From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Children's Organ Transplant    400

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                  754      Schedule of Programs:
             755      Executive Director    1,866,200
             756      Center for Health Data    (1,400)
             757      Program Operations    229,100
             758      Internal Audit and Program Integrity    359,900
             759          All General Funds appropriated to the Department of
             760      Health - Executive Directors Operations line item are
             761      contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American
             762      Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States
             763      Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal
             764      Funds -American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all
             765      appropriation bills passed for FY 2012. If expenditures in the
             766      Executive Directors Operations line item from Federal Funds -
             767      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts
             768      appropriated to the Executive Directors Operations line item
             769      from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment
             770      Act in FY 2012, the Division of Finance shall reduce the
             771      General Fund allocations to the Executive Directors Operations
             772      line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds -
             773      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that
             774      exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment
             775      Act appropriations.
             776      Item 76    To Department of Health - Family Health and Preparedness
             777      From General Fund    554,800
             778      From Federal Funds    (4,900)
             779      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    2,034,300
             780      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,700)
             781      From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    (300)
             782      From Revenue Transfers - Public Safety    (100)
             783      From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (1,200)
             784      From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    (300)
                  785      Schedule of Programs:
             786      Director's Office    44,600
             787      Maternal and Child Health    (2,100)
             788      Public Health Preparedness    (800)
             789      Children with Special Health Care Needs    2,642,000
             790      Emergency Medical Services    (1,100)
             791      Facility Licensure, Certification, and Resident Assessment    (1,100)

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             792      Child Care Licensing    (100,700)
             793      Primary Care    (200)
             794          All General Funds appropriated to the Department of
             795      Health - Family Health and Preparedness line item are
             796      contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American
             797      Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States
             798      Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal
             799      Funds -American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all
             800      appropriation bills passed for FY 2012. If expenditures in the
             801      Family Health and Preparedness line item from Federal Funds -
             802      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts
             803      appropriated to the Family Health and Preparedness line item
             804      from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment
             805      Act in FY 2012, the Division of Finance shall reduce the
             806      General Fund allocations to the Family Health and
             807      Preparedness line item by one dollar for every one dollar in
             808      Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
             809      expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery
             810      and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
             811      Item 77    To Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention
             812      From General Fund    3,521,700
             813      From Federal Funds    (2,200)
             814      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,189,900
             815      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,500)
             816      From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    (200)
             817      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (600)
             818      From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (100)
                  819      Schedule of Programs:
             820      Director's Office    1,189,500
             821      Microbiology    (900)
             822      Epidemiology    488,800
             823      Chemical and Environmental Services    (1,000)
             824      Forensic Toxicology    (300)
             825      Laboratory Improvement    (600)
             826      Health Promotion    2,408,000
             827      Office of the Medical Examiner    623,500
             828          All General Funds appropriated to the Department of
             829      Health - Disease Control and Prevention line item are

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             830      contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American
             831      Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States
             832      Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal
             833      Funds -American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all
             834      appropriation bills passed for FY 2012. If expenditures in the
             835      Disease Control and Prevention line item from Federal Funds -
             836      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts
             837      appropriated to the Disease Control and Prevention line item
             838      from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment
             839      Act in FY 2012, the Division of Finance shall reduce the
             840      General Fund allocations to the Disease Control and
             841      Prevention line item by one dollar for every one dollar in
             842      Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
             843      expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery
             844      and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
             845      Item 78    To Department of Health - Health Care Financing
             846      From General Fund    116,500
             847      From Federal Funds    161,900
             848      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    8,700
                  849      Schedule of Programs:
             850      Director's Office    (279,000)
             851      Financial Services    (800)
             852      Eligibility Policy    (800)
             853      Contracts    22,200
             854      Managed Health Care    (800)
             855      Medicaid Operations    548,100
             856      Coverage and Reimbursement    (1,200)
             857      Long-term Care    (400)
             858      Program Integrity    (200)
             859          The Legislature intends that the Department of Health
             860      provide a report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             861      by December 1, 2011 on the status of implementing
             862      recommendations from the following audits: (1) A
             863      Performance Audit of Utah Medicaid Provider Cost Control
             864      and (2) A Follow-up of Utah's Medicaid Implementation of
             865      Audit Recommendations. The items to be followed up on
             866      would be less to the extent that an Independent Medicaid
             867      Inspector General is established and takes over the

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             868      responsibility for implementation of some recommendations.
             869      The report would not be needed if a follow up audit is
             870      prioritized for the Legislative Auditor General by July 1, 2011.
             871          The Legislature intends that the Department of Health
             872      report by October 1, 2011 to the Office of the Legislative
             873      Fiscal Analyst on reimbursement alternatives for inpatient
             874      hospital outlier payments that would give the State more
             875      control over inflationary increases and/or move away from a
             876      reimbursement based on billed charges. The report also shall
             877      explain the measures the Department takes to verify the
             878      validity of outlier claims. This report should include a report
             879      on any other reimbursements based on billed charges that
             880      totaled over $1,000,000 total funds in FY 2011 and options for
             881      moving away from paying as a percentage of billed charges.
             882          The Legislature intends that if SB 180 Medicaid Reform
             883      passes, the Department of Health shall issue requests for
             884      information and report back a summary of the results to the
             885      Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by four months prior to
             886      providing services via new contracts.
             887      Item 79    To Department of Health - Medicaid Management Information
             888      System Replacement
             889      From General Fund, One-time    3,000,000
             890      From Federal Funds    27,000,000
                  891      Schedule of Programs:
             892      Medicaid Management Information System Replacement    30,000,000
             893          The Legislature intends that the Department of Health
             894      report quarterly to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             895      on the status of replacing the Medicaid Management
             896      Information System replacement beginning September 30,
             897      2011. The reports should include, where applicable, the
             898      responses to any requests for proposals.
             899      Item 80    To Department of Health - Medicaid Mandatory Services
             900      From General Fund    24,014,900
             901      From General Fund, One-time    (5,884,400)
             902      From Federal Funds    34,611,500
             903      From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    1,870,600
             904      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (49,300)
             905      From Hospital Provider Assessment Special Revenue Fund    39,500,000

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                  906      Schedule of Programs:
             907      Inpatient Hospital    52,116,400
             908      Managed Health Care    11,854,800
             909      Nursing Home    7,358,900
             910      Outpatient Hospital    9,109,500
             911      Physician Services    4,110,200
             912      Other Mandatory Services    9,357,500
             913      Crossover Services    83,800
             914      Medical Supplies    51,600
             915      State-run Primary Care Case Management    20,600
             916          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             917      Human Services, and Workforce Services report to the Office
             918      of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1, 2011 on how
             919      they will increase public awareness of their fraud reporting
             920      systems and encourage the public to report Medicaid fraud.
             921          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             922      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             923      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             924      Analyst by July 1, 2011 on how they will coordinate their
             925      response to the 34 recommendations within the State's control
             926      from State agencies contained in the issue brief entitled
             927      Medicaid Survey Results. Additionally, these agencies shall
             928      report by December 1, 2011 on specific plans of action or
             929      reasons for not acting on the 34 recommendations so that the
             930      Legislature may decide what additional action may be needed.
             931          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             932      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             933      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             934      Analyst by January 1, 2012 on plans to follow up feasible
             935      recommendations that could be implemented from the 945
             936      comments from the public in the issue brief entitled Medicaid
             937      Survey Results. This report will allow the Legislature to
             938      decide what additional action may be needed.
             939          The Legislature intends the Department of Health and the
             940      Department of Workforce Services study the cost and benefits
             941      of potentially using additional tools for provider screening,
             942      asset verification, and beneficiary screening and report back
             943      recommendations for further action to the Office of the

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             944      Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2011.
             945      Item 81    To Department of Health - Medicaid Optional Services
             946      From General Fund    6,634,200
             947      From General Fund, One-time    (792,800)
             948      From Federal Funds    18,836,000
             949      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,713,700
                  950      Schedule of Programs:
             951      Home and Community Based Waiver Services    649,500
             952      Capitated Mental Health Services    638,400
             953      Pharmacy    7,604,400
             954      Non-service Expenses    (52,530,000)
             955      Intermediate Care Facilities for the Mentally Retarded    253,000
             956      Buy-in/Buy-out    245,900
             957      Dental Services    2,700,900
             958      Mental Health Inpatient Hospital    109,800
             959      Hospice Care Services    58,800
             960      Vision Care    179,200
             961      Other Optional Services    15,481,200
             962      Disproportionate Hospital Payments    26,000,000
             963      Clawback Payments    27,000,000
             964          The Legislature intends the Department of Health and the
             965      Department of Human Services study the cost and benefits of
             966      having a single point of entry to determine eligibility for clients
             967      seeking any type of Medicaid long term care services. The
             968      Departments shall additionally report on the potential cost and
             969      benefits of using a non-State entity to provide the single point
             970      of entry services. The Departments shall report back
             971      recommendations for further action in one combined report to
             972      the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1,
             973      2011.
             974      Item 82    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
             975      From General Fund    1,892,900
             976      From Federal Funds    7,572,700
             977      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    49,600
                  978      Schedule of Programs:
             979      Children's Health Insurance Program    9,515,200
             980      Department of Human Services
             981      Item 83    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director

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             982      Operations
             983      From General Fund    311,600
             984      From Federal Funds    19,800
             985      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    25,400
             986      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    (100)
                  987      Schedule of Programs:
             988      Executive Director's Office    (200)
             989      Legal Affairs    97,800
             990      Information Technology    1,500
             991      Fiscal Operations    259,400
             992      Office of Services Review    (300)
             993      Office of Licensing    (1,300)
             994      Utah Council for People with Disabilities    (200)
             995          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             996      Human Services, and Workforce Services report to the Office
             997      of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1, 2011 on how
             998      they will increase public awareness of their fraud reporting
             999      systems and encourage the public to report Medicaid fraud.
             1000          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             1001      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             1002      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1003      Analyst by July 1, 2011 on how they will coordinate their
             1004      response to the 34 recommendations within the State's control
             1005      from State agencies contained in the issue brief entitled
             1006      Medicaid Survey Results. Additionally, these agencies shall
             1007      report by December 1, 2011 on specific plans of action or
             1008      reasons for not acting on the 34 recommendations so that the
             1009      Legislature may decide what additional action may be needed.
             1010          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             1011      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             1012      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1013      Analyst by January 1, 2012 on plans to follow up feasible
             1014      recommendations that could be implemented from the 945
             1015      comments from the public in the issue brief entitled Medicaid
             1016      Survey Results. This report will allow the Legislature to
             1017      decide what additional action may be needed.
             1018          The Legislature intends the Department of Health and the
             1019      Department of Human Services study the cost and benefits of

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             1020      having a single point of entry to determine eligibility for clients
             1021      seeking any type of Medicaid long term care services. The
             1022      Departments shall additionally report on the potential cost and
             1023      benefits of using a non-State entity to provide the single point
             1024      of entry services. The Departments shall report back
             1025      recommendations for further action in one combined report to
             1026      the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1,
             1027      2011.
             1028          The Legislature intends the Department of Human Services
             1029      report back during the 2012 General Session its progress
             1030      regarding the following items found in the document titled
             1031      Human Services In-depth Budget Review Recommendations
             1032      and Follow Up affecting the departments Fiscal Year 2012
             1033      appropriated budget as reported to the Social Services
             1034      Appropriations Subcommittee on February 3, 2011: item
             1035      numbers 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, and 15 of the Selected
             1036      Major Recommendations and numbers 1, 2, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11,
             1037      12, 13, and 14 of the Remaining Recommendations.
             1038      Item 84    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse
             1039      and Mental Health
             1040      From General Fund    12,589,100
             1041      From General Fund, One-time    1,100,000
             1042      From Federal Funds    (500)
             1043      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    (2,900)
                  1044      Schedule of Programs:
             1045      Administration    (1,000)
             1046      Community Mental Health Services    6,105,500
             1047      Mental Health Centers    3,336,000
             1048      State Hospital    1,086,200
             1049      Local Substance Abuse Services    1,119,600
             1050      Drug Offender Reform Act (DORA)    2,039,400
             1051      Item 85    To Department of Human Services - Division of Services for
             1052      People with Disabilities
             1053      From General Fund    6,151,000
             1054      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    14,565,500
                  1055      Schedule of Programs:
             1056      Administration    (900)
             1057      Service Delivery    (3,000)

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             1058      Utah State Developmental Center    1,985,000
             1059      Community Supports Waiver    18,485,400
             1060      Non-waiver Services    250,000
             1061          The Legislature intends the Division of Services for People
             1062      with Disabilities (DSPD) use FY 2012 beginning nonlapsing
             1063      funds to provide services for individuals needing emergency
             1064      services, individuals needing additional waiver services,
             1065      individuals who turn 18 years old and leave state custody from
             1066      the divisions of Child and Family Services and Juvenile Justice
             1067      Services, and individuals court ordered into DSPD services.
             1068      The Legislature also intents DSPD use FY 2012 beginning
             1069      nonlapsing funds for lease expenses.
             1070          The Legislature intends the Division of Services for People
             1071      with Disabilities (DSPD), in consultation with stakeholders,
             1072      providers, and the state Medicaid agency, explore options for a
             1073      tier approach for individuals waiting for services to be utilized
             1074      as an alternative or in addition to programs currently funded as
             1075      part of the FY 2012 DSPD appropriations. It is further the
             1076      intent of the Legislature that these efforts, along with
             1077      recommendations, be reported back to the Social Services
             1078      Appropriations subcommittee by January 2012.
             1079      Item 86    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
             1080      From General Fund    292,600
             1081      From Federal Funds    720,200
             1082      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    (400)
                  1083      Schedule of Programs:
             1084      Financial Services    3,500
             1085      Electronic Technology    1,010,000
             1086      Attorney General Contract    (1,100)
             1087      Item 87    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family
             1088      Services
             1089      From General Fund    7,047,000
             1090      From Federal Funds    2,280,400
                  1091      Schedule of Programs:
             1092      Administration    (600)
             1093      Service Delivery    (32,400)
             1094      Out-of-Home Care    8,476,200
             1095      Facility-based Services    (100)

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             1096      Minor Grants    200
             1097      Domestic Violence    (300)
             1098      Adoption Assistance    907,100
             1099      Child Welfare Management Information System    (22,700)
             1100          The Legislature intends the Division of Child and Family
             1101      Services develop proposals for a pay for performance pilot
             1102      project and report back to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1103      Analyst by September 1, 2011.
             1104          The Legislature intends the Department of Human Services
             1105      and the Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) report
             1106      back during the 2012 General Session actions and progress
             1107      regarding the following items from the Auditor Generals audit
             1108      of DCFS and the affect of these items on the DCFS Fiscal Year
             1109      2012 appropriated budget: 1) the mixture of in-home services
             1110      compared to out-of-home services; 2) progress on policies,
             1111      training, and implementation of enhancements to in-home
             1112      services; 3) funding by program as shown in audit figure 1.2
             1113      with enhanced information regarding annual numbers served
             1114      and the cost per individual served; 4) trends of in-home and
             1115      foster care services as shown in audit figures 2.1 and 2.3; 5)
             1116      cost and utilization of foster care services by region as shown
             1117      in audit figures 3.1 and 3.2; 6) inter-region placements and use
             1118      of courtesy worker visits by region as shown in audit figure
             1119      5.1; 7) number of full-time equivalent (FTE) positions that
             1120      staff all child protective services, in-home, and foster care
             1121      cases on the last day of the fiscal year as a percentage of all
             1122      FTEs shown by region; 8) annualized subsidy cost per adoption
             1123      by region as shown in audit figure 6.6; 9) regular review,
             1124      monitoring, and reevaluation of the appropriateness of all
             1125      foster care placements; 10) review of staffing practices among
             1126      the divisions five regions to ensure accurate caseload
             1127      calculations; and 11) adoption subsidy policies and funding
             1128      practices to bring more consistency to regional practices.
             1129          The Legislature intends the Division of Child and Family
             1130      Services (DCFS) in conjunction with the Courts develop a
             1131      proposal to have parents who have children in DCFS custody
             1132      and are required to do mandatory drug testing pay some or all
             1133      of the cost of the drug testing and provide a written report of

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             1134      their proposal to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September
             1135      1, 2011.
             1136      Item 88    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult
             1137      Services
             1138      From General Fund    1,212,900
             1139      From Federal Funds    (400)
                  1140      Schedule of Programs:
             1141      Administration    (600)
             1142      Local Government Grants - Formula Funds    423,700
             1143      Aging Waiver Services    (100)
             1144      Aging Alternatives    500,000
             1145      Adult Protective Services    289,500
             1146      Department of Workforce Services
             1147      Item 89    To Department of Workforce Services - Administration
             1148      From General Fund    1,300
             1149      From Federal Funds    4,900
             1150      From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    200
                  1151      Schedule of Programs:
             1152      Administration    6,400
             1153          The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce
             1154      Services provide a report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1155      Analyst by December 1, 2011 on the status of implementing
             1156      recommendations from the A Performance Audit of DWS
             1157      Eligibility Determination Services. The report would not be
             1158      needed if a follow up audit is prioritized for the Legislative
             1159      Auditor General by July 1, 2011.
             1160          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             1161      Human Services, and Workforce Services report to the Office
             1162      of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1, 2011 on how
             1163      they will increase public awareness of their fraud reporting
             1164      systems and encourage the public to report Medicaid fraud.
             1165          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             1166      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             1167      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1168      Analyst by July 1, 2011 on how they will coordinate their
             1169      response to the 34 recommendations within the State's control
             1170      from State agencies contained in the issue brief entitled
             1171      Medicaid Survey Results. Additionally, these agencies shall

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             1172      report by December 1, 2011 on specific plans of action or
             1173      reasons for not acting on the 34 recommendations so that the
             1174      Legislature may decide what additional action may be needed.
             1175          The Legislature intends that the Departments of Health,
             1176      Human Services, Workforce Services, and the Medicaid Fraud
             1177      Control Unit report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             1178      Analyst by January 1, 2012 on plans to follow up feasible
             1179      recommendations that could be implemented from the 945
             1180      comments from the public in the issue brief entitled Medicaid
             1181      Survey Results. This report will allow the Legislature to
             1182      decide what additional action may be needed.
             1183          The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce
             1184      Services report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             1185      the feasibility of allowing non-state entities working with low
             1186      income individuals to submit the required information for
             1187      Medicaid and other public programs eligibility via online
             1188      methods by December 31, 2011.
             1189          The Legislature intends the Department of Health and the
             1190      Department of Workforce Services study the cost and benefits
             1191      of potentially using additional tools for provider screening,
             1192      asset verification, and beneficiary screening and report back
             1193      recommendations for further action to the Office of the
             1194      Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2011.
             1195      Item 90    To Department of Workforce Services - Operations and Policy
             1196      From General Fund    (7,400)
             1197      From Federal Funds    (27,600)
             1198      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    4,862,000
             1199      From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense Account    2,041,000
                  1200      Schedule of Programs:
             1201      Child Care    3,262,000
             1202      Employment and Training    3,641,000
             1203      All Other Programs    (35,000)
             1204          All General Funds appropriated to the Department of
             1205      Workforce Services - DWS Operations & Policy and DWS
             1206      Unemployment Insurance line items are contingent upon
             1207      expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             1208      Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not
             1209      exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds -

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             1210      American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation
             1211      bills passed for FY 2012. If expenditures in the DWS
             1212      Operations & Policy and DWS Unemployment Insurance line
             1213      items from Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             1214      Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the DWS
             1215      Operations & Policy and DWS Unemployment Insurance line
             1216      items from Federal Funds - American Recovery and
             1217      Reinvestment Act in FY 2012, the Division of Finance shall
             1218      reduce the General Fund allocations to the DWS Operations &
             1219      Policy and DWS Unemployment Insurance line items by one
             1220      dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American
             1221      Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed
             1222      Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
             1223      appropriations.
             1224          The Legislature intends that, if the Department of
             1225      Workforce Services continues to pursue proxies for Temporary
             1226      Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) maintenance of effort
             1227      requirements, "replacement MOE", the Department shall also
             1228      identify one-time General Fund budget adjustments equivalent
             1229      to replacement MOE amounts. The Department shall also
             1230      develop a plan for implementing such adjustments in the event
             1231      replacement MOE declines or is disallowed by the federal
             1232      government.
             1233          The Legislature intends that, if the Department of
             1234      Workforce Services continues to pursue proxies for Temporary
             1235      Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) maintenance of effort
             1236      requirements, "replacement MOE", the Department shall in
             1237      accordance with Utah Code 63J-1-104(6)(a) use any and all
             1238      replacement MOE first, prior to expending free or restricted
             1239      revenue.
             1240          The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce
             1241      Services report to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office by
             1242      July 1, 2011, plans to create efficiencies and savings within the
             1243      Eligibility Services Division for Fiscal Year 2012 and 2013.
             1244      Item 91    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance
             1245      From General Fund    200
             1246      From Federal Funds    21,800
             1247      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    4,357,000

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             1248      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300
             1249      From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense Account    1,500,000
             1250      From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    100
                  1251      Schedule of Programs:
             1252      Unemployment Insurance    5,879,400
             1253      Item 92    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment
             1254      Compensation Fund
             1255      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    2,911,700
             1256      From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense Account    1,500,000
                  1257      Schedule of Programs:
             1258      Unemployment Compensation Fund    4,411,700
             1259      State Board of Education
             1260      Item 93    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
             1261      From Education Fund    1,756,300
             1262      From Federal Funds    (11,900)
             1263      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,951,800
                  1264      Schedule of Programs:
             1265      Executive Director    300
             1266      Blind and Visually Impaired    194,100
             1267      Rehabilitation Services    3,214,200
             1268      Disability Determination    (7,500)
             1269      Deaf and Hard of Hearing    295,100
             1270      Higher Education
             1271      University of Utah
             1272      Item 94    To University of Utah - Education and General
             1273      From General Fund    529,400
             1274      From General Fund, One-time    (482,800)
             1275      From Education Fund    9,166,700
             1276      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (70,100)
                  1277      Schedule of Programs:
             1278      Education and General    9,143,200
             1279          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1280      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1281      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1282      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1283      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1284      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1285      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results

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             1286      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1287      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1288      Item 95    To University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
             1289      From General Fund    26,800
                  1290      Schedule of Programs:
             1291      Educationally Disadvantaged    26,800
             1292      Item 96    To University of Utah - School of Medicine
             1293      From General Fund    814,800
                  1294      Schedule of Programs:
             1295      School of Medicine    814,800
             1296      Item 97    To University of Utah - University Hospital
             1297      From General Fund    179,200
                  1298      Schedule of Programs:
             1299      University Hospital    175,900
             1300      Miners' Hospital    3,300
             1301      Item 98    To University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
             1302      From General Fund    20,800
                  1303      Schedule of Programs:
             1304      Regional Dental Education Program    20,800
             1305      Item 99    To University of Utah - Public Service
             1306      From General Fund    741,400
                  1307      Schedule of Programs:
             1308      Seismograph Stations    27,200
             1309      Museum of Natural History    709,700
             1310      State Arboretum    4,500
             1311      Item 100    To University of Utah - Statewide TV Administration
             1312      From General Fund    94,300
                  1313      Schedule of Programs:
             1314      Public Broadcasting    94,300
             1315      Item 101    To University of Utah - Utah Tele-Health Network
             1316      From General Fund    17,900
                  1317      Schedule of Programs:
             1318      Utah Tele-Health Network    17,900
             1319      Utah State University
             1320      Item 102    To Utah State University - Education and General
             1321      From General Fund    1,138,700
             1322      From General Fund, One-time    (235,800)
             1323      From Education Fund    6,343,400

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             1324      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,124,700)
                  1325      Schedule of Programs:
             1326      Education and General    4,121,600
             1327          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1328      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1329      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1330      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1331      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1332      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1333      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1334      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1335      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1336      Item 103    To Utah State University - CEU - Education and General
             1337      From General Fund    28,600
             1338      From General Fund, One-time    15,700
             1339      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,100)
                  1340      Schedule of Programs:
             1341      CEU - Education and General    42,200
             1342      Item 104    To Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
             1343      From General Fund    21,200
                  1344      Schedule of Programs:
             1345      Educationally Disadvantaged    21,200
             1346      Item 105    To Utah State University - Uintah Basin Regional Campus
             1347      From General Fund    109,100
                  1348      Schedule of Programs:
             1349      Uintah Basin Regional Campus    109,100
             1350      Item 106    To Utah State University - Southeastern Continuing Education
             1351      Center
             1352      From General Fund    (11,400)
                  1353      Schedule of Programs:
             1354      Southeastern Continuing Education Center    (11,400)
             1355      Item 107    To Utah State University - Brigham City Regional Campus
             1356      From General Fund    (461,500)
                  1357      Schedule of Programs:
             1358      Brigham City Regional Campus    (461,500)
             1359      Item 108    To Utah State University - Tooele Regional Campus
             1360      From General Fund    (92,900)
                  1361      Schedule of Programs:

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             1362      Tooele Regional Campus    (92,900)
             1363      Item 109    To Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
             1364      From General Fund    64,800
                  1365      Schedule of Programs:
             1366      Water Research Laboratory    64,800
             1367      Item 110    To Utah State University - Agriculture Experiment Station
             1368      From General Fund    450,100
                  1369      Schedule of Programs:
             1370      Agriculture Experiment Station    450,100
             1371      Item 111    To Utah State University - Cooperative Extension
             1372      From General Fund    507,800
                  1373      Schedule of Programs:
             1374      Cooperative Extension    507,800
             1375      Weber State University
             1376      Item 112    To Weber State University - Education and General
             1377      From General Fund    3,346,000
             1378      From General Fund, One-time    80,100
             1379      From Education Fund    (1,600)
             1380      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (4,000)
                  1381      Schedule of Programs:
             1382      Education and General    3,420,500
             1383          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1384      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1385      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1386      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1387      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1388      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1389      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1390      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1391      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1392      Southern Utah University
             1393      Item 113    To Southern Utah University - Education and General
             1394      From General Fund    1,572,500
             1395      From General Fund, One-time    21,300
             1396      From Education Fund    (400)
             1397      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,900)
                  1398      Schedule of Programs:
             1399      Education and General    1,591,500

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             1400          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1401      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1402      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1403      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1404      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1405      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1406      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1407      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1408      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1409      Utah Valley University
             1410      Item 114    To Utah Valley University - Education and General
             1411      From General Fund    3,297,100
             1412      From General Fund, One-time    (725,100)
             1413      From Education Fund    (1,300)
             1414      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (5,300)
                  1415      Schedule of Programs:
             1416      Education and General    2,565,400
             1417          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1418      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1419      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1420      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1421      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1422      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1423      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1424      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1425      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1426      Snow College
             1427      Item 115    To Snow College - Education and General
             1428      From General Fund    1,008,900
             1429      From General Fund, One-time    18,900
             1430      From Education Fund    (800)
             1431      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,100)
                  1432      Schedule of Programs:
             1433      Education and General    1,024,900
             1434          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1435      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1436      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1437      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are

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             1438      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1439      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1440      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1441      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1442      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1443      Dixie State College of Utah
             1444      Item 116    To Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
             1445      From General Fund    1,123,500
             1446      From General Fund, One-time    (692,700)
             1447      From Education Fund    (300)
             1448      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (800)
                  1449      Schedule of Programs:
             1450      Education and General    429,700
             1451          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1452      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1453      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1454      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1455      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1456      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1457      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1458      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1459      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1460          The Legislature intends that state funding of $800,000
             1461      cover the cost of the Banner data system at Dixie State College
             1462      and the $35 per semester student fee charged to students be
             1463      eliminated.
             1464      Salt Lake Community College
             1465      Item 117    To Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
             1466      From General Fund    3,569,400
             1467      From General Fund, One-time    (424,500)
             1468      From Education Fund    (1,500)
             1469      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,500)
                  1470      Schedule of Programs:
             1471      Education and General    3,139,900
             1472          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1473      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1474      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1475      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are

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             1476      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1477      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1478      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1479      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1480      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1481      State Board of Regents
             1482      Item 118    To State Board of Regents - Administration
             1483      From General Fund    134,900
             1484      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1485      Schedule of Programs:
             1486      Administration    134,800
             1487      Item 119    To State Board of Regents - Student Assistance
             1488      From General Fund    1,026,100
             1489      From Education Fund    448,000
                  1490      Schedule of Programs:
             1491      Regents' Scholarship    733,500
             1492      Student Financial Aid    168,600
             1493      Minority Scholarships    1,900
             1494      Tuition Assistance    1,900
             1495      New Century Scholarships    375,900
             1496      Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education    72,100
             1497      Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education    43,500
             1498      T.H. Bell Teaching Incentive Loans Program    76,700
             1499      Item 120    To State Board of Regents - Student Support
             1500      From General Fund    39,600
             1501      From Education Fund    40,200
                  1502      Schedule of Programs:
             1503      Prison Recidivism    (1,100)
             1504      Services for Hearing Impaired Students    41,300
             1505      Concurrent Enrollment    22,100
             1506      Articulation Support    13,600
             1507      Campus Compact    3,900
             1508      Item 121    To State Board of Regents - Technology
             1509      From General Fund    372,600
                  1510      Schedule of Programs:
             1511      Higher Education Technology Initiative    237,200
             1512      Utah Academic Library Consortium    135,400
             1513      Item 122    To State Board of Regents - Economic Development

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             1514      From General Fund    18,100
                  1515      Schedule of Programs:
             1516      Engineering Loan Repayment    1,900
             1517      Economic Development Initiatives    16,200
             1518      Item 123    To State Board of Regents - Education Excellence
             1519      From General Fund, One-time    1,000,000
                  1520      Schedule of Programs:
             1521      Education Excellence    1,000,000
             1522      Utah College of Applied Technology
             1523      Item 124    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Administration
             1524      From General Fund    125,900
             1525      From Education Fund    60,700
                  1526      Schedule of Programs:
             1527      Administration    60,700
             1528      Equipment    21,900
             1529      Custom Fit    104,000
             1530      Item 125    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Bridgerland Applied
             1531      Technology College
             1532      From General Fund    208,400
             1533      From General Fund, One-time    10,600
             1534      From Education Fund    170,300
             1535      From Education Fund, One-time    8,600
             1536      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1537      Schedule of Programs:
             1538      Bridgerland Applied Technology College    397,800
             1539          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1540      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1541      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1542      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1543      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1544      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1545      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1546      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1547      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1548      Item 126    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Davis Applied
             1549      Technology College
             1550      From General Fund    199,100
             1551      From General Fund, One-time    12,200

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             1552      From Education Fund    207,200
             1553      From Education Fund, One-time    12,700
             1554      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1555      Schedule of Programs:
             1556      Davis Applied Technology College    431,100
             1557          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1558      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1559      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1560      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1561      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1562      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1563      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1564      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1565      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1566      Item 127    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Dixie Applied
             1567      Technology College
             1568      From Education Fund    86,600
             1569      From Education Fund, One-time    4,300
             1570      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1571      Schedule of Programs:
             1572      Dixie Applied Technology College    90,800
             1573          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1574      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1575      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1576      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1577      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1578      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1579      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1580      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1581      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1582      Item 128    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Mountainland Applied
             1583      Technology College
             1584      From Education Fund    217,700
             1585      From Education Fund, One-time    12,100
             1586      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
                  1587      Schedule of Programs:
             1588      Mountainland Applied Technology College    229,600
             1589          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System

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             1590      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1591      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1592      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1593      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1594      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1595      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1596      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1597      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1598      Item 129    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Ogden/Weber Applied
             1599      Technology College
             1600      From General Fund    257,000
             1601      From General Fund, One-time    13,000
             1602      From Education Fund    188,400
             1603      From Education Fund, One-time    9,500
             1604      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1605      Schedule of Programs:
             1606      Ogden/Weber Applied Technology College    467,800
             1607          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1608      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1609      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1610      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1611      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1612      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1613      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1614      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1615      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1616      Item 130    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southwest Applied
             1617      Technology College
             1618      From Education Fund    93,800
             1619      From Education Fund, One-time    4,200
             1620      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
                  1621      Schedule of Programs:
             1622      Southwest Applied Technology College    97,900
             1623          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1624      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1625      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1626      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1627      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the

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             1628      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1629      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1630      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1631      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1632      Item 131    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Tooele Applied
             1633      Technology College
             1634      From General Fund    13,500
             1635      From General Fund, One-time    400
             1636      From Education Fund    25,900
             1637      From Education Fund, One-time    900
             1638      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
                  1639      Schedule of Programs:
             1640      Tooele Applied Technology College    40,500
             1641          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1642      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1643      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1644      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1645      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1646      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1647      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1648      of this review be reported to the Higher Education
             1649      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1650      Item 132    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Uintah Basin Applied
             1651      Technology College
             1652      From General Fund    26,100
             1653      From General Fund, One-time    1,300
             1654      From Education Fund    181,800
             1655      From Education Fund, One-time    8,600
                  1656      Schedule of Programs:
             1657      Uintah Basin Applied Technology College    217,800
             1658          The Legislature intends that institutions in the Utah System
             1659      of Higher Education and the Utah College of Applied
             1660      Technology review the return on the taxpayer's investment
             1661      when budget reductions are made and if additional funds are
             1662      appropriated. This review propose ways to maximize the
             1663      return by providing students with the skills necessary to enter
             1664      the workforce. The Legislature further intends that the results
             1665      of this review be reported to the Higher Education

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             1666      Appropriations Subcommittee not later than January 2012.
             1667      Utah Education Network
             1668      Item 133    To Utah Education Network
             1669      From General Fund    175,600
             1670      From Education Fund    1,223,600
                  1671      Schedule of Programs:
             1672      Administration    49,400
             1673      Operations and Maintenance    82,100
             1674      Public Information    2,600
             1675      KUEN Broadcast    38,500
             1676      Technical Services    980,000
             1677      Special Projects (WebCT)    80,800
             1678      Instructional Support    165,800
             1679      Medical Education Council
             1680      Item 134    To Medical Education Council
             1681      From General Fund    200
                  1682      Schedule of Programs:
             1683      Medical Education Council    200
             1684      Natural Resources, Agriculture, & Environmental Quality
             1685      Department of Natural Resources
             1686      Item 135    To Department of Natural Resources - Administration
             1687      From General Fund    56,800
                  1688      Schedule of Programs:
             1689      Executive Director    25,300
             1690      Administrative Services    31,600
             1691      Public Affairs    (100)
             1692          The Legislature Intends that the Department of Natural
             1693      Resources present to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, &
             1694      Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee by
             1695      November 2011 a detailed long-term plan for the
             1696      implementation of the recommendations of "A Performance
             1697      Audit of Utah State Parks."
             1698      Item 136    To Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
             1699      From General Fund Restricted - Species Protection    (100)
                  1700      Schedule of Programs:
             1701      Species Protection    (100)
             1702      Item 137    To Department of Natural Resources - Building Operations
             1703      From General Fund    70,200

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                  1704      Schedule of Programs:
             1705      Building Operations    70,200
             1706      Item 138    To Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State
             1707      Lands
             1708      From General Fund    (200)
             1709      From Federal Funds    1,600
             1710      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    1,000,000
             1711      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,800
             1712      From General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management    166,900
                  1713      Schedule of Programs:
             1714      Division Administration    164,500
             1715      Lands Management    (100)
             1716      Forest Management    (100)
             1717      Program Delivery    1,006,600
             1718      Lone Peak Center    (800)
             1719      Item 139    To Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
             1720      From General Fund    (700)
             1721      From Federal Funds    (900)
             1722      From General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account    99,100
                  1723      Schedule of Programs:
             1724      Administration    97,500
             1725      Item 140    To Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
             1726      From General Fund    3,800
             1727      From General Fund, One-time    100,000
             1728      From Federal Funds    (1,800)
             1729      From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    630,400
             1730      From Revenue Transfers    200
                  1731      Schedule of Programs:
             1732      Director's Office    103,700
             1733      Administrative Services    634,700
             1734      Conservation Outreach    (200)
             1735      Law Enforcement    (800)
             1736      Habitat Section    (1,400)
             1737      Wildlife Section    (700)
             1738      Aquatic Section    (2,700)
             1739          The Legislature intends that up to $500,000 of Wildlife
             1740      Resources budget may be used for big game depredation
             1741      expenses. The legislature also intends that half of these funds

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             1742      be from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
             1743      account and half from the General Fund.
             1744          The Legislature intends that up to $140,000 be spent on
             1745      livestock damage. $90,000 will be from the General Fund and
             1746      up to $50,000 will be from the General Fund Restricted -
             1747      Wildlife Resources account.
             1748      Item 141    To Department of Natural Resources - Cooperative Agreements
             1749      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    2,750,000
                  1750      Schedule of Programs:
             1751      Cooperative Agreements    2,750,000
             1752      Item 142    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
             1753      From General Fund    (4,001,500)
             1754      From General Fund, One-time    4,000,000
             1755      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
             1756      From General Fund Restricted - Boating    (400)
             1757      From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    299,700
             1758      From General Fund Restricted - State Park Fees    548,700
                  1759      Schedule of Programs:
             1760      Executive Management    (200)
             1761      Park Operation Management    847,600
             1762      Planning and Design    (100)
             1763      Support Services    (900)
             1764          The Legislature intends that the proceeds of the hunts for
             1765      bison, deer and Bighorn sheep on Antelope Island, up to the
             1766      amount of $250,000, be used on Antelope Island State Park.
             1767      Both conservation and regular hunts will be coordinated
             1768      through a cooperative agreement between the Division of State
             1769      Parks and the Division of Wildlife Resources.
             1770          The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and
             1771      Recreation develop a plan to transfer the management of
             1772      selected state parks to county or local governments and present
             1773      this plan to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and
             1774      Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee and the
             1775      Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality
             1776      Interim Committee by October 2011.
             1777          The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and
             1778      Recreation identify select parks that would be good candidates
             1779      for privatization of their management and present a plan with

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             1780      options for the transition to the Natural Resources, Agriculture,
             1781      and Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee and
             1782      the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality
             1783      Interim Committee by October 2011.
             1784          The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and
             1785      Recreation take steps to reduce its reliance on General Fund
             1786      appropriations to $4 million by FY 2015 and report its progress
             1787      to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental
             1788      Quality Appropriations Subcommittee and the Natural
             1789      Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Interim
             1790      Committee by October 2011.
             1791          As part of the effort to stay within the new budget
             1792      constraints, the Legislature intends that the Division of Parks
             1793      and Recreation institute park-level accounting at all parks and
             1794      report the profit or loss of each park to the Natural Resources,
             1795      Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Appropriations
             1796      Subcommittee and the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and
             1797      Environmental Quality Interim Committee by October 2011.
             1798          The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and
             1799      Recreation create a financial performance incentive program,
             1800      take measured steps toward replacing full-time staff with
             1801      seasonal employees, reduce the law enforcement costs, and
             1802      report the progress to the Natural Resources, Agriculture, and
             1803      Environmental Quality Appropriations Subcommittee and the
             1804      Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality
             1805      Interim Committee by October 2011.
             1806          The Legislature intends that the Department of Natural
             1807      Resources prepare proposals for improving efficiencies in its
             1808      law enforcement responsibilities. The department should seek
             1809      input from County Sheriffs, the Department of Public Safety,
             1810      and the Department of Natural Resources, and the State
             1811      Legislature, and report the Department's proposals to the
             1812      Natural Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality
             1813      Interim Committee by November 2011.
             1814          The Legislature intends that the Division of Parks and
             1815      Recreation examine the overlap of support staff at different
             1816      levels of the organization, identify whether some positions
             1817      should be eliminated, and report the progress to the Natural

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             1818      Resources, Agriculture, and Environmental Quality
             1819      Appropriations Subcommittee and the Natural Resources,
             1820      Agriculture, and Environmental Quality Interim Committee by
             1821      October 2011.
             1822          The Legislature intends that the $4,000,000 one-time
             1823      General Fund appropriation be used by the Division of Parks
             1824      and Recreation to keep state parks open during FY 2012.
             1825      Item 143    To Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
             1826      From General Fund    (2,600)
             1827      From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    29,000,000
                  1828      Schedule of Programs:
             1829      Technical Services    (2,600)
             1830      Utah State Energy Program    29,000,000
             1831      Item 144    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
             1832      From General Fund    (400)
             1833      From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    (700)
                  1834      Schedule of Programs:
             1835      Administration    (100)
             1836      Planning    (400)
             1837      Construction    (600)
             1838      Item 145    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
             1839      From General Fund    21,300
             1840      From General Fund, One-time    46,700
             1841      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (800)
                  1842      Schedule of Programs:
             1843      Administration    51,200
             1844      Applications and Records    (700)
             1845      Dam Safety    (200)
             1846      Field Services    (400)
             1847      Technical Services    (200)
             1848      Regional Offices    17,500
             1849          The Legislature intends that the Department of Natural
             1850      Resources study water rights issues and report to the Natural
             1851      Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee
             1852      on or before their October 2011 meeting.
             1853      Department of Environmental Quality
             1854      Item 146    To Department of Environmental Quality - Environmental Quality
             1855      From General Fund    719,200

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             1856      From Federal Funds    1,400
             1857      From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Loan Program    90,000
             1858      From Water Development Security Fund - Drinking Water Origination Fee    100
             1859      From Water Development Security Fund - Water Quality Subaccount    312,000
                  1860      Schedule of Programs:
             1861      Director's Office    414,200
             1862      Air Quality    178,500
             1863      Environmental Response/Remediation    92,200
             1864      Radiation Control    34,100
             1865      Water Quality    312,000
             1866      Drinking Water    91,700
             1867      Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office
             1868      Item 147    To Public Lands Policy Coordinating Office
             1869      From General Fund    23,100
             1870      From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    (900)
                  1871      Schedule of Programs:
             1872      Public Lands Office    22,200
             1873      Department of Agriculture and Food
             1874      Item 148    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Administration
             1875      From General Fund    789,000
             1876      From Federal Funds    24,700
             1877      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300
                  1878      Schedule of Programs:
             1879      General Administration    813,600
             1880      Plant Industry    400
             1881      Item 149    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Utah State Fair
             1882      Corporation
             1883      From General Fund    67,700
                  1884      Schedule of Programs:
             1885      State Fair Corporation    67,700
             1886      Item 150    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Predatory Animal
             1887      Control
             1888      From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention    (247,100)
                  1889      Schedule of Programs:
             1890      Predatory Animal Control    (247,100)
             1891      Item 151    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Resource Conservation
             1892      From General Fund    400
                  1893      Schedule of Programs:

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             1894      Resource Conservation Administration    400
             1895      Item 152    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Loans
             1896      From Utah Rural Rehabilitation Loan    77,300
                  1897      Schedule of Programs:
             1898      Agriculture Loan Program    77,300
             1899      School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
             1900      Item 153    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
             1901      From Land Grant Management Fund    (309,500)
             1902      From Land Grant Management Fund, One-time    721,300
                  1903      Schedule of Programs:
             1904      Director    300,000
             1905      Administration    1,400
             1906      Oil and Gas    (8,200)
             1907      Mining    (8,100)
             1908      Surface    (50,800)
             1909      Development - Operating    (149,200)
             1910      Legal/Contracts    (48,300)
             1911      Data Processing    375,000
             1912      Retirement & Independent Entities
             1913      Career Service Review Office
             1914      Item 154    To Career Service Review Office
             1915      From General Fund    15,900
                  1916      Schedule of Programs:
             1917      Career Service Review Office    15,900
             1918      Department of Human Resource Management
             1919      Item 155    To Department of Human Resource Management - Human
             1920      Resource Management
             1921      From General Fund    106,600
                  1922      Schedule of Programs:
             1923      Administration    70,300
             1924      Policy    37,400
             1925      Information Technology    (1,100)
             1926      Executive Appropriations
             1927      Utah National Guard
             1928      Item 156    To Utah National Guard
             1929      From General Fund    355,800
             1930      From Federal Funds    (200)
                  1931      Schedule of Programs:

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             1932      Administration    85,700
             1933      Armory Maintenance    269,900
             1934          The Legislature intends that the Utah National Guard may
             1935      add one additional vehicle to its authorized level using funds
             1936      from this apprpriation.
             1937      Department of Veterans' Affairs
             1938      Item 157    To Department of Veterans' Affairs - Veterans' Affairs
             1939      From General Fund    57,400
                  1940      Schedule of Programs:
             1941      Administration    25,000
             1942      Cemetery    14,300
             1943      Nursing Home    18,100
             1944      Capitol Preservation Board
             1945      Item 158    To Capitol Preservation Board
             1946      From General Fund    212,900
             1947      From General Fund, One-time    1,000,000
             1948      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
                  1949      Schedule of Programs:
             1950      Capitol Preservation Board    1,212,600
             1951      Legislature
             1952      Item 159    To Legislature - Senate
             1953      From General Fund    284,700
                  1954      Schedule of Programs:
             1955      Administration    279,900
             1956      Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    2,800
             1957      Dues to Council of State Governments    2,000
             1958      Item 160    To Legislature - House of Representatives
             1959      From General Fund    232,500
                  1960      Schedule of Programs:
             1961      Administration    222,700
             1962      Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    5,700
             1963      Dues to Council of State Governments    4,100
             1964      Item 161    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Auditor General
             1965      From General Fund    348,800
                  1966      Schedule of Programs:
             1967      Administration    348,800
             1968      Item 162    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             1969      From General Fund    308,500

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                  1970      Schedule of Programs:
             1971      Administration and Research    308,500
             1972      Item 163    To Legislature - Legislative Printing
             1973      From General Fund    49,900
                  1974      Schedule of Programs:
             1975      Administration    49,900
             1976      Item 164    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             1977      Counsel
             1978      From General Fund    765,200
                  1979      Schedule of Programs:
             1980      Administration    765,200
             1981      Item 165    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             1982      Counsel - Tax Review Commission
             1983      From General Fund    3,200
                  1984      Schedule of Programs:
             1985      Tax Review Commission    3,200
             1986      Item 166    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             1987      Counsel - Constitutional Revision Commission
             1988      From General Fund    3,500
                  1989      Schedule of Programs:
             1990      Constitutional Revision Commission    3,500
             1991          Section 2. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J Chapter 1, the
             1992      following fees are approved for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah for the
             1993      Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2011 and ending June 30, 2012.
             1994      Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
             1995      Governor's Office
             1996          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Governor's
             1997      Office for fiscal year 2012.
             1998      Administration
             1999      Notary Commission Filing Fee    45.00
             2000      Duplicate Notary Commission Fee    15.00
             2001      Domestic Notary Certification Fee    15.00
             2002      Notary Testing Fee    30.00
             2003      Apostil Fee    15.00
             2004      Non Apostil Fee    15.00
             2005      Lobbyist Registration Fee    100.00
             2006      Authentication Fee within two hours if presented before 3:00 p.m.    50.00
             2007      Authentication Fee end of next business day    25.00

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             2008      International Postage    10.00
             2009      Copy of Lobbyist List    10.00
             2010      Copy of Election Results    35.00
             2011      Photocopies (per page)    .25
             2012      Custom Voter Registration Report (per hour)    90.00
             2013      Copy of Complete Voter Registration Data    1,050.00
             2014      State Auditor
             2015          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the State
             2016      Auditor for fiscal year 2012.
             2017      State and Local Government
             2018      CPA training for local government audits    75.00
             2019      Attorney General
             2020          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Attorney
             2021      General for fiscal year 2012.
             2022      Administration
             2023      GRAMA Fees:
             2024      Non-color photocopy, per page    .25
             2025      Color photocopy, per page    .40
             2026      11 x 17 photocopy, per page    1.00
             2027      Odd size copies: Actual cost
             2028      Document faxing, per page, plus long distance phone charges over 10 pages    1.00
             2029      Document certification    2.00
             2030      Staff time to search, compile, and otherwise prepare a record: Actual cost
             2031      Mailing and shipping preparation, plus actual postage costs    2.00
             2032      CD Duplication, per CD, plus actual staff costs    5.00
             2033      DVD Duplication, per DVD, plus actual staff costs    10.00
             2034      Other media: Actual cost
             2035      Other services: Actual cost
             2036      Utah Department of Corrections
             2037      Programs and Operations
             2038          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department
             2039      of Corrections for fiscal year 2012.
             2040      Department Executive Director
             2041      Victim Rep Inmate Withheld: Variable
             2042      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2043      Department Administrative Services
             2044      Sundry Revenue Collection per test    15.00
             2045      GRAMA Record Access Fees per page    .25

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             2046      Department Training
             2047      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2048      Adult Probation and Parole Administration
             2049      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2050      Adult Probation and Parole Programs
             2051      Parole/Probation Supervision Fees    30.00
             2052      Interstate Compact for Adult Offender    50.00
             2053      Sex Offender Registration Fee    100.00
             2054      Resident Support Fees    6.00
             2055      Institutional Operations Administration
             2056      Fines - False Information: Variable
             2057      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2058      Patient Social Security Benefits Collection: Variable
             2059      Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
             2060      Institutional Operations Draper Facility
             2061      Fines - False Information: Variable
             2062      Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
             2063      Inmate Leases & Concessions    11.00
             2064      Buildings Rental: Variable
             2065      Sale of Goods & Materials: Variable
             2066      Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison
             2067      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2068      Building Rental    90.00
             2069      Leases and Concessions    11.00
             2070      Sale of Goods and Materials    5.00
             2071      Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
             2072      Institutional Operations Inmate Placement
             2073      Fine - False Information: Variable
             2074      Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
             2075      Institutional Operations Support Services
             2076      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2077      Fines - False Information: Variable
             2078      Programming Skill Enhancement
             2079      Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
             2080      Programming Education
             2081      Offender Tuition Payments: Variable
             2082      Offender Tuition Grants from Local Governments: Variable
             2083      Offender Tuition Grants from St. Agencies: Variable

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             2084      Department Medical Services
             2085      Medical Services
             2086      Inmate Support Collections: Variable
             2087      Restitution for Prisoner Damages: Variable
             2088      Prisoner Medical Co-Pay, provider    5.00
             2089      Prisoner Prostheses Co-Pay: 1/2 cost
             2090      Prisoner Prescription fee    2.00
             2091      Sundry Revenue Collection: Variable
             2092      GRAMA Record Access Fee, per page    .25
             2093      Utah Correctional Industries
             2094      Sale of Goods and Material: Variable
             2095      Sale of Goods/Materials: Variable
             2096      Sale of Services - Dedicated Credits: Variable
             2097      Board of Pardons and Parole
             2098          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Board of
             2099      Pardons and Parole for fiscal year 2012.
             2100      Records Copies per page    .25
             2101      Audiotape of Hearing    10.00
             2102      Hearing Transcript Deposit    40.00
             2103      Hearing Transcript per page    2.25
             2104      Compact Disc of Hearing    10.00
             2105      Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services
             2106      Programs and Operations
             2107          In accordance with Utah Code Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the
             2108      Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services for fiscal year 2012.
             2109      Administration
             2110      Government Records Access and Management Act (GRAMA) Fees - these GRAMA fees apply
             2111      for the entire Department of Human Services, including Juvenile Justice Services
             2112      GRAMA Records paper (per side of sheet)    .25
             2113      GRAMA Records audio tape (per tape)    5.00
             2114      GRAMA Records video tape (per tape)    15.00
             2115      GRAMA Records compiling and reporting in another format (per hour)    25.00
             2116      GRAMA Records - compiling and reporting in another format if programmer/analyst
             2117      assistance is required (per hour)    50.00
             2118      GRAMA Records - mailing - actual cost
             2119      DNA Specimen    150.00
             2120      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
             2121      Administration

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             2122          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Courts for
             2123      fiscal year 2012.
             2124      Administrative Office
             2125      Microfiche per card    1.00
             2126      Audiotape    10.00
             2127      Videotape    15.00
             2128      Compact Disc    10.00
             2129      Reporter Text per half day    25.00
             2130      Personnel Time - After 15 min/15 min increments: Variable
             2131      Electronic copy of Court Proceeding per half day    10.00
             2132      Court Records Online Subscription - Over 200 records - per month, per search    .10
             2133      Court Records Online Subscription - 200 records - per month    30.00
             2134      Court Records Online Services Setup Fee    25.00
             2135      Fax (per page after 10)    .50
             2136      Fax (first 10 pages)    5.00
             2137      Mailings: Actual Cost
             2138      Preprinted Forms: Per State Court Administrator
             2139      Copies per page    .25
             2140      Department of Public Safety
             2141      Programs & Operations
             2142          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department
             2143      of Public Safety for fiscal year 2012.
             2144      Department Commissioner's Office
             2145      Courier Delivery: Actual Cost
             2146      Fax per page    1.00
             2147      Mailing: Actual Cost
             2148      Compact Disk - Audio/Video/Photos, per disk    25.00
             2149      Developed photo negatives, per photo    1.00
             2150      Printed Digital Photos per sheet of photo paper (1, 2, or 4 photos based on request) (Per 8.5 x 11
             2151      sheet of photo paper)    2.00
             2152      Color Copies per page    1.00
             2153      Over 50 pages, per page fee    .50
             2154      1-10 pages of paper copy    5.00
             2155      11-50 pages of paper copy    25.00
             2156      Miscellaneous Computer Processing - hourly rate of the least paid appropriate employee
             2157      CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification
             2158      Concealed Firearm Permit Instructor Registration Fee    25.00
             2159      Fingerprint Services    15.00

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             2160      Print Other State Agency Cards    5.00
             2161      State Agency ID set up fee    50.00
             2162      Child ID Kits    1.00
             2163      Replacement of Concealed Firearm Permit    10.00
             2164      Extra Copies Rap Sheet    10.00
             2165      Extra Fingerprint Cards    5.00
             2166      Automated Fingerprint Identification System Database Retention    5.00
             2167      Registration for Concealed Firearm Permit Instructor Class    25.00
             2168      Utah Interactive Convenience Fee (concealed weapons permit renewals)    .75
             2169      Photos    15.00
             2170      Highway Patrol - Administration
             2171      Inspection Station Approval and Set Up    100.00
             2172      Inspection Station Revocation Reinstatement    100.00
             2173      Name or Address Change    100.00
             2174      Annual Inspection Station License    25.00
             2175      Inspection Station License Reinstatement if Suspended    100.00
             2176      Inspection Certification Fee (valid five years)    10.00
             2177      Inspector Reinstatement If Suspended    100.00
             2178      Inspector Reinstatement If Revoked    100.00
             2179      Replacement of Lost Inspector Certification Card    20.00
             2180      Safety Inspection Manual    10.00
             2181      Truck/Trailer Stickers    50.00
             2182      Transportation and Security Details (Up to $100 per hour, plus mileage)    100.00
             2183      Photogramatry    100.00
             2184      Cessna ($155 per hour, plus meals and lodging)    155.00
             2185      Helicopter ($750 per hour, plus meals and lodging)    750.00
             2186      Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections
             2187      Utah Interactive Convenience fee (online traffic reports)    2.50
             2188      Fire Marshall - Fire Operations
             2189      Liquid Petroleum Gas
             2190      Class I License    450.00
             2191      Class II License    450.00
             2192      Class III License    105.00
             2193      Class IV License    150.00
             2194      Branch Office License    338.00
             2195      Duplicate License    30.00
             2196      License Examination    30.00
             2197      License Re-examination    30.00

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             2198      Five Year License Examination    30.00
             2199      Certificate    40.00
             2200      Dispenser Operator B    20.00
             2201      Plan Reviews
             2202      More than 5000 gallons    150.00
             2203      5000 water gallons or less    75.00
             2204      Special inspections (per hour)    50.00
             2205      Re-inspection (3rd Inspection or more)    250.00
             2206      Private Container Inspection (more than one container)    150.00
             2207      Private Container Inspection (one container)    75.00
             2208      Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems
             2209      License    300.00
             2210      Combination    150.00
             2211      Branch Office License    150.00
             2212      Certificate of Registration    40.00
             2213      Duplicate Certificate of Registration    40.00
             2214      License Transfer    50.00
             2215      Application for exemption    150.00
             2216      Examination    30.00
             2217      Re-examination    30.00
             2218      Five year examination    30.00
             2219      Automatic Fire Sprinkler Inspection and Testing
             2220      Certificate of Registration    30.00
             2221      Examination    20.00
             2222      Re-examination    20.00
             2223      Three year extension    20.00
             2224      Fire Alarm Inspection and Testing
             2225      Certificate of Registration    40.00
             2226      Examination    30.00
             2227      Re-examination    30.00
             2228      Three year extension    30.00
             2229      Peace Officers' Standards and Training
             2230      Basic Training
             2231      Rental of Pursuit Interventions Technique Training Vehicles    100.00
             2232      Rental of Firing Range    300.00
             2233      Rental of Shoot House    150.00
             2234      Dorm Room    10.00
             2235      K-9 Training    2,175.00

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             2236      Camp William Firing Range    200.00
             2237      Duplicate POST Certification    10.00
             2238      Duplicate Certificate, Wallet Card    5.00
             2239      Duplicate Radar or Intox Card    2.00
             2240      Copies for subpoenas/GRAMA requests    2.00
             2241      POST Reactivation    50.00
             2242      POST Waiver    100.00
             2243      POST Supervisor Class    50.00
             2244      POST West Point Class    150.00
             2245      Law Enforcement Officials and Judges Firearms Course    1,000.00
             2246      Special Functions Officer Certification    1,700.00
             2247      Law Enforcement Officer Certification    3,100.00
             2248      Driver License
             2249          In accordance with Section 53-3-105 808 and 905 the following fees are approved for the
             2250      Driver License Division for fiscal year 2012.
             2251      Driver License Administration
             2252      Commercial Driver School
             2253      Original license    100.00
             2254      Annual Renewal License    100.00
             2255      Duplicate License    10.00
             2256      Instructor License    30.00
             2257      Annual Instructor Renewal License    20.00
             2258      Duplicate Instructor License    6.00
             2259      Branch Office Original License    30.00
             2260      Branch Office Annual Renewal License    30.00
             2261      Branch Office Reinstatement Fee    75.00
             2262      Instructor/Operation Reinstatement Fee    75.00
             2263      School Reinstatement Fee    75.00
             2264      Commercial Driver License Intra-state Medical Waiver Fee    25.00
             2265      Certified Record (includes MVR):
             2266      first 15 pages    10.75
             2267      16 to 30 pages    15.75
             2268      31 to 45 pages    20.75
             2269      46 or more pages    25.75
             2270      Copy of Full Driver History    7.00
             2271      Copies of any other record, includes: tape recording, letter, medical copy, arrests    5.00
             2272      Verification Fees
             2273      Driver Address Record Verification    3.00

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             2274      Yes or No Verification Service    .75
             2275      Yes or No Verification Service w/photo    1.00
             2276      Pedestrian Vehicle Permit    13.00
             2277      Citation Monitoring Verification    .06
             2278      Driver Records
             2279      Utah Interactive Convenience Fee (online services)    3.00
             2280      Infrastructure & General Government
             2281      Department of Transportation
             2282      Support Services
             2283          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the
             2284      Department of Transportation for fiscal year 2012.
             2285      Administration
             2286      Outdoor Advertising Permit Fee, per year    25.00
             2287      GRAMA Fee
             2288      Per Copy, if they come into our office to make the copy    .05
             2289      Per Copy, if UDOT makes the copy    .50
             2290      Per Copy, 11 X 17 Copy, beginning the first sheet    1.00
             2291      Per Computer Run    25.00
             2292          When the request requires computer output other than word processing,
             2293      plus a reasonable portion of the costs associating with formatting or
             2294      interfacing the information. Hourly rate, after the first quarter hour, of staff
             2295      time for search, retrieval, and other direct administrative costs for complying
             2296      with a request, not to exceed the salary of the lowest paid employee who, in
             2297      the discretion of the custodian of the records, has the necessary skill and
             2298      training to process the request.
             2299      Tow Truck Driver Certification Fee    200.00
             2300      Tramway Registration Fees
             2301      Two-car or Multicar Aerial Passenger Tramway (101 HP or over)    1,560.00
             2302      Two-car or Multicar Aerial Passenger Tramway (100 HP or under)    940.00
             2303      Chair lift (Double)    610.00
             2304      Chair lift (Triple)    720.00
             2305      Chair lift (Quad)    840.00
             2306      Chair lift (Detachable)    1,560.00
             2307      Conveyor, Rope Tow    250.00
             2308      Funicular (Single or Double Reversible)    250.00
             2309      Rope Tow, J-bar, T-bar, or platter pull    250.00
             2310      Bus Bench Advertising
             2311      Initial Permit good for 5 years    200.00

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             2312      Renewal good for another 5 years    25.00
             2313      Airport Licensing Fee    10.00
             2314      Aircraft Rental Fees (per hour)
             2315      Cessna    155.00
             2316      King Air C90B    775.00
             2317      King Air B200    900.00
             2318      Access Management Application Fees
             2319      Type 1    75.00
             2320      Type 2    475.00
             2321      Type 3    1,000.00
             2322      Type 4    2,300.00
             2323      Access Violation Fine - per day    100.00
             2324      Encroachment Permits
             2325      Landscaping Permits    30.00
             2326      Manhole Access Permits    30.00
             2327      Special Events Permits    30.00
             2328      Utility Permits - Low Impact    30.00
             2329      Utility Permits - Medium Impact    135.00
             2330      Utility Permits - High Impact    300.00
             2331      Utility Permits - Excess Impact    500.00
             2332      Inspection Fee/Hourly    60.00
             2333      Overtime Inspection Fee/Hourly    80.00
             2334      Lake Powell Ferry Rates
             2335      Foot Passengers    10.00
             2336          Bicyclists will be considered foot passengers. Children under 5
             2337      accompanied by an adult will be free.
             2338      Motorcycles    15.00
             2339      Vehicles under 20'    25.00
             2340      Vehicles over 20' (per additional foot)    1.50
             2341      Express Lanes
             2342      Variable priced toll fee - Between $0.25 - $1.00.
             2343      Department of Administrative Services
             2344      Executive Director
             2345          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department
             2346      of Administrative Services fiscal year 2012.
             2347      GRAMA Fees:
             2348      Photocopy made by state employee for public, per page    .50
             2349      Certified copy of a document, per certification    4.00

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             2350      Fax request (long distance within US) per number    2.00
             2351      Fax request (long distance outside US) per fax number    5.00
             2352      Mail request (address within US) per address    2.00
             2353      Mail request (address outside US) per address    5.00
             2354      Research or services fee: as provided by 63G-2-203(2)
             2355      Extended research or service fee: as provided by 63G-2-203(2)
             2356      Photocopy made by requestor, per page    .10
             2357      Microfilm copy, per 35mm film prints (silver)    20.00
             2358      Microfilm copy, per 16mm film print (silver)    18.00
             2359      Microform copy, per 16mm film print (thin)    10.00
             2360      Microform copy, per 35mm film print (diazo)    12.00
             2361      Microform copy, per 16mm film print (diazo)    10.00
             2362      Microfilm to CD/DVD, per reel    35.00
             2363      Paper copies from microform, made by staff    1.00
             2364      Electronic Documents, per DVD    5.00
             2365      Electronic documents, per CD    6.00
             2366      Laser printer output, per page by staff    .50
             2367      DFCM Administration
             2368      Program Management
             2369      Capital Development (Hourly Rate)    103.00
             2370      Capital Improvement (Hourly Rate)    88.00
             2371      State Archives
             2372      Archives Administration
             2373      General
             2374      16mm master film    10.00
             2375      35mm master film    15.00
             2376      16mm diazo duplicate copy    10.00
             2377      35mm diazo duplicate copy    12.00
             2378      16mm silver duplicate copy    18.00
             2379      35mm silver duplicate copy    20.00
             2380      Frames filmed (Bureau of Criminal Investigations)    .05
             2381      Frames filmed    .08
             2382      Books filmed    .15
             2383      Electronic image to microfilm    40.00
             2384      Photocopy made by requester    .10
             2385      Microfilm to CD/DVD, per reel    35.00
             2386      Microfilm Duplication    4.00
             2387      Microfilm to CD/DVD, electronic conversion    5.00

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             2388      Audio recording to CD    6.00
             2389      Certified Copy of a Document    4.00
             2390      Image Use Charges
             2391      Display
             2392      Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
             2393      Commercial - Local/National    10.00
             2394      Film/Video (Moving Image or Sound Recording)
             2395      Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
             2396      Commercial greater than Ten Minutes    75.00
             2397      Commercial - Five to Ten Minutes    50.00
             2398      Commercial - less than Five Minutes    25.00
             2399      Broadcast Theatrical Presentations and Websites
             2400      Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
             2401      Commercial - National    100.00
             2402      Commercial - Local    75.00
             2403      Advertisements
             2404      Catalogs    75.00
             2405      National Newspapers and Magazines    100.00
             2406      Local Newspapers and Magazines    75.00
             2407      Publications, Books, Pamphlets, Journals, CD and Video
             2408      Commercial greater than 50,000    75.00
             2409      Commercial 10,000 to 50,000    35.00
             2410      Commercial less than 10,000    10.00
             2411      Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
             2412      Published Posters, Calendars, Post Cards, Brochures
             2413      Non-profit, Education, Museum, Genealogy, Family History (no charge)
             2414      Commercial greater than 5,000    75.00
             2415      Commercial 1,000 to 5,000    50.00
             2416      Commercial less than 1,000    25.00
             2417      Other
             2418      Resale    10.00
             2419      Novelties    10.00
             2420      Local News Media (no charge)
             2421      Photo Reproductions
             2422      Five Day Working Rush Order per Scan/Image    2.00
             2423      Digital Imaging 300 dpi or higher    10.00
             2424      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 20x24    70.00
             2425      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 16x20    60.00

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             2426      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 11x14    40.00
             2427      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 8x10    25.00
             2428      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 5x7    16.00
             2429      Fiber Base Sepia Tone Prints 4x5    12.00
             2430      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 20x24    55.00
             2431      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 16x20    35.00
             2432      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 11x14    25.00
             2433      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 8x10    15.00
             2434      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 5x7    10.00
             2435      Glossy or Matte B/W Prints 4x5    7.00
             2436      Mailing and Fax Charges
             2437      Within USA
             2438      1 to 10 Pages    3.00
             2439      Microfilm 1 to 2 Reels    4.00
             2440      Each additional Microfilm Reel    1.00
             2441      Photo 11x14    6.00
             2442      Photo 8x10    4.00
             2443      Video    5.00
             2444      CD/DVD/USB    4.00
             2445      Add Postage for each 10 pages    1.00
             2446      International
             2447      1 - 10 pages    5.00
             2448      Each additional 10 pages    1.00
             2449      Microfilm 1 - 2 Reels    6.00
             2450      Each additional Microfilm Reel    2.00
             2451      Photo 11x 14    8.00
             2452      Photo 8x 10    6.00
             2453      CD/DVD/ USB    6.00
             2454      Fax
             2455      International Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    5.00
             2456      Long Distance Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    2.00
             2457      Local Fax Fee (plus copy charge)    1.00
             2458      Copy Charges
             2459      Audio
             2460      Audio Recordings (price excludes cost of medium)    4.00
             2461      Documents
             2462      Documents 11"x14" and 11"x17" - By Staff (limit 50)    .50
             2463      Documents 11"x14" and 11"x17" - By Patron    .25

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             2464      Documents 8.5"x11" - By Staff (limit 50)    .25
             2465      Documents 8.5"x11" - By Patron    .10
             2466      Microfilm/Microfiche
             2467      Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Digital - By Staff (limit 25)    1.00
             2468      Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Digital - By Patron    .15
             2469      Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Paper - By Staff (limit 25)    1.00
             2470      Copies from Microfilm/Microfiche - Paper - By Patron    .25
             2471      Video
             2472      Video Recording (price excludes cost of medium)    20.00
             2473      Surplus Photo Charges
             2474      Slides    1.50
             2475      Photo 8x10    4.00
             2476      Photo 5x7    2.50
             2477      Photo 4x5    1.00
             2478      Other Fees
             2479      Microfilm Security Storage per Reel (at cost)
             2480      Archivist Handling Fee as provided by GRAMA 63G-2-203 (2)    15.00
             2481      Special Request (at cost)
             2482      Supplies
             2483      Pencil    .25
             2484      USB Flash Drive per GB    5.00
             2485      CD per Disk    2.50
             2486      DVD per Disk    4.00
             2487      Film cartridge    3.50
             2488      Finance Administration
             2489      Payroll
             2490      Duplicate W-2    5.00
             2491      SAP E-learn Services (Rev: $90,000)    90,000.00
             2492      Payables/Disbursing
             2493      Disbursements
             2494      Tax Garnishment Request Fee    10.00
             2495      Payroll Garnishment Request Fee    25.00
             2496      Collection Service Fee    15.00
             2497      IRS Collection Service Fee    25.00
             2498      Office of State Debt Collection (OSDC)
             2499      Collection Penalty (FY 2011 Rate: 5.00%; FY 2012 Rate: 6.00%; Rev: $274,780)
             2500      Collection Fee for Risk Management Cases (FY 2011 Rate: 25% of the amount of Risk
             2501      Management debt collected; FY 2012 Rate: 25% of the amount of Risk Management debt

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             2502      collected)
             2503      Labor Commission Wage Claim Attorney Fees (FY 2011 Rate: 1/3 of wage claim and
             2504      penalty or $500, whichever is greater; FY 2012 Rate: 1/3 of wage claim and penalty or $500,
             2505      whichever is greater)
             2506      Collection Interest (FY 2011 Rate: 5.25%; FY 2012 Rate: Prime + 2%; Rev: $194,300)
             2507      Post Judgment Interest (FY 2011 Rate: 2.30%; FY 2012 Rate: 2.30%; Rev: $173,900)
             2508      Administrative Collection Fee (FY 2011 Rate: 14.00%; FY 2012 Rate: 18.00%; Rev:
             2509      $824,300)
             2510      Non sufficient Check Collection Fee    20.00
             2511      Non sufficient Check Service Charge    20.00
             2512      Garnishment Request Fee (FY 2011 Rate: Actual; FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2513      Legal Document Service Fee    20.00
             2514      Credit Card Processing Fee charged to our Collection Vendors (FY 2011 Rate: 1.75%; FY
             2515      2012 Rate: 1.75%)
             2516      Court Filing Fee, Deposition/Transcript Fee/Skip Tracing Fees, etc. (FY 2011 Rate: Actual;
             2517      FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2518      Financial Reporting
             2519      Loan Servicing Fee    125.00
             2520      ISF Accounting Services (FY 2011 Rate: Actual; FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2521      Cash Mgt Improvement Act Interest Calculation (FY 2011 Rate: Actual; FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2522      Bond Accounting Services (FY 2011 Rate: Actual; FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2523      Single Audit Billing to State Auditor's Office (FY 2011 Rate: Actual; FY 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2524      Financial Information Systems
             2525      Credit Card Payments Funded by Contract Rebates (Percentage to be determined by Bid)
             2526      UDOT Billing for FINET support (FY 2011 Rate: Actual FY; 2012 Rate: Actual)
             2527      Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
             2528      Division of Purchasing and General Services
             2529          In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of
             2530      the Division of Purchasing and General Services for fiscal year 2012.
             2531      ISF - Central Mailing
             2532      Business Reply/Postage Due    .09
             2533      Special Handling/Labor Per Hour    50.00
             2534      Auto Fold    .01
             2535      Label Generate    .022
             2536      Label Apply    .019
             2537      Bursting
             2538      Auto Tab    .016
             2539      Meter/Seal    .017

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             2540      Federal Meter/Seal    .014
             2541      Optical Character Reader    .017
             2542      Mail Distribution    .055
             2543      Accountable Mail    .18
             2544      Task Distribution Rate    .012
             2545      Intelligent Inserting    .018
             2546      Minimum Charge Bursting    5.00
             2547      Minimum Charge Inserting    17.50
             2548      Minimum Charge Auto Tab    5.00
             2549      Minimum Charge Label Generate    17.50
             2550      Minimum Charge Label Apply    5.00
             2551      ISF - Electronic Purchasing
             2552      Markup plus 1% of cost
             2553      Cooperative Contracts Administrative Fee (FY 2011 Rate: Up to 1%; FY 2012 Rate: Up to 1%)
             2554      ISF - Print Services
             2555      Paper: Cost plus 25%
             2556      Contract Management Fee (per impression)    .005
             2557      Debt Elimination Fee (per impression)    .005
             2558      Self Service Copy Rates:
             2559      Cost per copy is computed using the following formula:
             2560      (Depreciation + Maintenance + Supplies)/Impressions, Plus    .004
             2561          Cost per copy multiplied by impressions results in amount billed.
             2562      ISF - State Surplus Property
             2563      Surplus
             2564      Process Fee for State Agencies Miscellaneous Property pick-up: Total Sales Proceeds (less
             2565      prorated rebate of retained earnings)
             2566      Miscellaneous Property pick-up/Process Fee for Exempt and Non State Agencies: Plus 20%
             2567      of sales price or as negotiated    25.00
             2568      Handheld Devices (PDAs and wireless phones)
             2569      Less than 1 year old: 50% of cost, $30 minimum
             2570      1 year and older:    30.00
             2571      Seized Property: Plus 20% of sales price    25.00
             2572      Unique Property Processing Fee (percent of sales price) Negotiated
             2573      Electronic/Hazardous Waste Recycling Fees: Actual Costs
             2574      Vehicles and Heavy Equipment: 9% of sales price
             2575      Default Auction Bids: 10% of sales price
             2576      Labor (per hour - half hour minimum)    26.00
             2577      Copy Rates (per copy)    .10

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             2578      Semi Truck and Trailer Service (per mile)    1.08
             2579      Two-ton Flat Bed Service (per mile)    .61
             2580      Forklift Service (4-6000 lb) (per hour)    23.00
             2581      On-site sale away from Utah State Agency Surplus Property yard: 10% of sale price
             2582      (maximum negotiable)
             2583      Storage
             2584      Building (per cubic foot per month)    .43
             2585      Fenced lot (per square foot per month)    .23
             2586      Accounts receivable late fees
             2587      Past 30 days: 5% of balance
             2588      Past 60 days: 10% of balance
             2589      ISF - Federal Surplus Property
             2590      Surplus
             2591      Federal Shipping and handling charges: Generally not to exceed 20% of federal acquisition
             2592      cost plus freight/shipping charges
             2593      Accounts receivable late fees
             2594      Past 30 days: 5% of balance
             2595      Past 60 days: 10% of balance
             2596      Division of Fleet Operations
             2597          In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of
             2598      the Division of Fleet Operations for fiscal year 2012.
             2599      ISF - Motor Pool
             2600      Lease Rate
             2601      Model Year 2004 contract price
             2602      Less 18% salvage value for sedans; or
             2603      Less 21% salvage value for select trucks, vans, SUVs; or
             2604      Less 17% salvage value on all other vehicles;
             2605      Divided by current adjusted lifecycle (with replacement at 105,000 miles) - Actual    (1.00)
             2606      Plus Administration Fee (monthly per vehicle)    48.57
             2607      Plus Fleet MIS Fee (monthly per vehicle)    2.25
             2608      Plus AFV Fee (if light duty)    3.63
             2609      Plus mileage rate
             2610      Mileage Fee
             2611      Maintenance, repair and fuel costs for a particular class of vehicle, divided by total miles for
             2612      that class
             2613      Equipment rate for Public Safety vehicles:
             2614      Actual Cost
             2615      Fees for agency owned vehicles (monthly)

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             2616      Seasonal Management Information System and Alternative Fuel Vehicle only    5.88
             2617      Natural Resources reasonable overhead    5.88
             2618      Management Information System and Alternative Fuel Vehicle only    5.88
             2619      Management Information System only    2.25
             2620      Daily Pool Rates (Minimum Charge Half Day)
             2621      Percent of monthly lease rates: 5%
             2622      Plus daily pool administration rates (per day)    8.05
             2623      Divided by utilization: 75%
             2624      Daily Pool Leases
             2625      Half Ton Pickup    27.00
             2626      Half Ton Pickup 4X4    29.00
             2627      15 Passenger Van    31.00
             2628      Three Quarter Ton Pickup    29.00
             2629      Three Quarter Ton Pickup 4X4    32.00
             2630      7 Passenger Van    30.00
             2631      Cargo Minivan    30.00
             2632      Cargo Van    30.00
             2633      Compact 4    24.00
             2634      One Ton Pickup 4X4    31.00
             2635      Midsize    26.00
             2636      Special Passenger Van    31.00
             2637      Sport Utility Vehicle Mini    31.00
             2638      Unmarked Compact    24.00
             2639      Unmarked Midsize    26.00
             2640      Unmarked 7 Passenger Van    30.00
             2641      Additional Management Fees (only assessed in operator abuse or neglect situations):
             2642      Administrative Fee for Overhead    48.57
             2643      Alternative Fuel Fee (light-duty only)    3.63
             2644      Management Information System Fee    2.25
             2645      Vehicle Feature and Miscellaneous Equipment Upgrade: Actual Cost
             2646      Vehicle Class Differential Upgrade: Actual Cost
             2647      Commercial Equipment Rental: Cost plus:    12.00
             2648      Administrative Fee Do-not-replace vehicles (monthly)    50.82
             2649      No show fee    12.00
             2650      Late return fee    12.00
             2651      Service fee    12.00
             2652      General Motor Pool Information Research Fee (per hour)    12.00
             2653      Refueling rate daily pool (per gallon)    2.00

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             2654      Non-fuel network Use Processing Fee    12.00
             2655      Lost or damaged fuel/maintenance card replacement fee    2.00
             2656      Bad Odometer Research Fee (operator fault)    50.00
             2657      Vehicle Detail Cleaning Service Fee    40.00
             2658      Vehicle Complaint Processing Fee    20.00
             2659      Annual Commute Vehicle Processing Fee    12.00
             2660      Premium Fuel Use Fee (per gallon)    .20
             2661      Excessive Maintenance, Accessory Fee: Varies
             2662      Past 30-days late fee (accounts receivable): 5% of balance
             2663      Past 60-days late fee (accounts receivable): 10% of balance
             2664      Past 90-days late fee (accounts receivable): 15% of balance
             2665      Accident deductible rate charged per accident    500.00
             2666      Operator negligence and vehicle abuse fees: Varies
             2667      Management Information System & Alternative Fuel Vehicle Monthly Fee per Higher Ed
             2668      vehicles    6.33
             2669      Statutory Maintenance Non-Compliance Fee
             2670      10 Days Late (per vehicle per month)    100.00
             2671      20 Days Late (per vehicle per month)    200.00
             2672      30+ Days Late (per vehicle per month)    300.00
             2673      Seasonal Use Vehicle Lease    150.00
             2674      Operator Incentives
             2675      Alternative fuel rebate (per gallon)    (.20)
             2676      ISF - Fuel Network
             2677      Per gallon charge (greater than or equal to 60,000 gal./yr)    .065
             2678      Per gallon charge at low volume sites (less than 60,000 gal./yr.)    .105
             2679      Per transaction fee
             2680      Percentage of transaction value at all sites: 3%
             2681      Accounts receivable late fee
             2682      Past 30 days: 5% of balance
             2683      Past 60 days: 10% of balance
             2684      Past 90 days: 15% of balance
             2685      ISF - Travel Office
             2686      Travel
             2687      Travel Agency Full Service Fee - Regular    25.00
             2688      Travel Agency Service Fee - Online    15.00
             2689      Travel Agency Service Fee - State Agent    20.00
             2690      Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 16-25 people    22.50
             2691      Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 26-45 people    20.00

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             2692      Travel Agency Service Fee - Group Fee 46+ people    17.50
             2693      Travel Agency Service Fee - U of U Quarterly Fee    4,750.00
             2694      Travel Agency Service Fee - School District Agent    15.00
             2695      Car Rental Commission (FY 2010 Rate: 3.5%; FY 2011 Rate: 3.5%; Rev: $22,000)
             2696      Travel Credit Card Payments (funded by contract rebates) (FY 2010 Rate: 0.0%; FY 2011
             2697      Rate: 0.0%)
             2698      Risk Management
             2699          In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of
             2700      the Division of Risk Management for fiscal year 2012.
             2701      ISF - Risk Management Administration
             2702      Liability Premiums:
             2703          Liability rates are determined by actuaries at Deloitte Consulting, LLP, a
             2704      national consulting firm with the requirement that the Division remain
             2705      actuarially sound as required by statute. The liability premiums vary from
             2706      year to year based on loss history and other factors as determined by the
             2707      actuary.
             2708      Administrative Services    263,403.00
             2709      Agriculture    33,805.00
             2710      Alcoholic Beverage Control    65,090.00
             2711      Attorney General's Office    92,875.00
             2712      Auditor    9,918.00
             2713      Board of Pardons    13,179.00
             2714      Capitol Preservation Board    8,390.00
             2715      Career Service Review Board    464.00
             2716      Commerce    60,506.00
             2717      Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    2,115.00
             2718      Community and Culture    44,105.00
             2719      Corrections    780,972.00
             2720      Courts    234,172.00
             2721      Crime Victims Reparation    1,485.00
             2722      Education    170,949.00
             2723      Deaf and Blind School    53,984.00
             2724      Environmental Quality    90,150.00
             2725      Fair Park    18,000.00
             2726      Financial Institutions    11,635.00
             2727      Governor    10,569.00
             2728      Governor's Office of Planning and Budget    9,338.00
             2729      Governor's Office of Economic Development    30,755.00

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             2730      Health    265,570.00
             2731      Heber Valley Railroad    19,200.00
             2732      House of Representatives    8,000.00
             2733      Human Resource Management    29,584.00
             2734      Human Services    785,624.00
             2735      Labor Commission    26,678.00
             2736      Insurance    51,064.00
             2737      Legislative Fiscal Analyst    5,021.00
             2738      Legislative Auditor    5,894.00
             2739      Legislative Printing    1,260.00
             2740      Legislative Research & General Counsel    13,003.00
             2741      Medical Education Council    144.00
             2742      National Guard    55,190.00
             2743      Natural Resources    331,965.00
             2744      Navajo Trust Fund    2,318.00
             2745      Public Lands    3,593.00
             2746      Public Safety    615,491.00
             2747      Public Service Commission    11,017.00
             2748      School and Institutional Trust Lands    22,372.00
             2749      Senate    3,528.00
             2750      Tax Commission    134,032.00
             2751      Technology Services    81,216.00
             2752      Treasurer    5,534.00
             2753      Utah Comm Network (UCAN)    8,431.00
             2754      Utah Science and Technology and Research (USTAR)    17,430.00
             2755      Veteran's Affairs    5,408.00
             2756      Workforce Services    373,115.00
             2757      Transportation    2,213,000.00
             2758      Board of Regents    34,358.00
             2759      College of Eastern Utah    31,856.00
             2760      Dixie College    52,676.00
             2761      Salt Lake Community College    172,930.00
             2762      Snow College    50,679.00
             2763      Southern Utah University    89,982.00
             2764      UCAT/Bridgerland ATC    9,929.00
             2765      UCAT/Davis ATC    12,619.00
             2766      UCAT/Ogden Weber ATC    13,446.00
             2767      UCAT/Uintah Basin ATC    5,172.00

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             2768      UCAT/Salt Lake Tooele ATC    2,689.00
             2769      UCAT/Dixie ATC    1,035.00
             2770      UCAT/Mountainland ATC    2,999.00
             2771      UCAT/Southwest ATC    2,172.00
             2772      University of Utah    1,154,304.00
             2773      Utah State University    463,254.00
             2774      Utah Valley State College    200,895.00
             2775      Weber State University    214,300.00
             2776      School Districts    4,389,933.00
             2777      Property Insurance Rates
             2778      Net Estimated Premium    13,302,411.00
             2779      Gross Premium for Buildings
             2780      Existing Insured Buildings
             2781      Building value as determined by Risk Mgt. and owner as of Mar. 2010 multiplied by
             2782      the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2010 associated with
             2783      Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection
             2784      Code
             2785      Newly Insured Buildings
             2786      Building value as determined by Risk Mgt. and owner as of insured date multiplied
             2787      by the Marshall & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2010 associated with
             2788      Building Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection
             2789      Code
             2790      Building Demographic Discounts
             2791      Fire Suppression Sprinklers - 15% discount
             2792      Smoke alarm/Fire detectors - 10% discount
             2793      Flexible water/Gas connectors - 1% discount
             2794      Surcharges
             2795      Lack of compliance with Risk Mgt. recommendations - 10% surcharge
             2796      Building built prior to 1950 - 10% surcharge
             2797      Agency Discount
             2798      Standard discount - 63.5%
             2799      Agency specific discount - as negotiated with Risk Mgt.
             2800      Gross Premium for Contents
             2801      Existing Insured Buildings
             2802      Content value as determined by owner as of Mar. 2010 multiplied by the Marshall &
             2803      Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2010 associated with Building Construction
             2804      Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
             2805      Newly Insured Buildings

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             2806      Content value as determined by owner as of insured date multiplied by the Marshall
             2807      & Swift Valuation Service rates as of Mar. 2010 associated with Building
             2808      Construction Class, Occupancy Type, Building Quality, and Fire Protection Code
             2809      Gross Premium Discounts
             2810      Completion of Risk Mgt. self-inspection survey - 10% discount
             2811      Risk control meetings - 5% discount
             2812      Automobile/Physical Damage Premiums:
             2813      Public Safety rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    175.00
             2814      Higher Education rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    125.00
             2815      Other state agency rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    150.00
             2816      School bus rate (per vehicle)    100.00
             2817      School district rate for value less than $35,000 (per vehicle)    50.00
             2818      Rate for value more than $35,000 (per $100 of value)    .80
             2819      State agency and higher education rate for other vehicles or related equipment such as
             2820      trailers, etc. (per vehicle)    75.00
             2821      School district rate for other vehicles or related equipment such as trailers, etc.    50.00
             2822          (per vehicle)
             2823      Standard deductible (per incident)    500.00
             2824      Workers Compensation Rates:
             2825      UDOT:
             2826      1.25%
             2827      State Agencies (Except UDOT):
             2828      0.70%
             2829      Course of Construction Premiums:
             2830      Rate per $100 of value - charged for half of a year    .053
             2831      Charter Schools:
             2832      Liability ($2 million coverage)
             2833      Cost per student, $1,000 minimum    18.00
             2834      Property ($1,000 deductible per occurrence)
             2835      Cost per $100 in value, $100 minimum    .10
             2836      Comprehensive/Collision ($500 deductible per occurrence)
             2837      Cost per year per vehicle    150.00
             2838      Employee Dishonesty Bond, per year    250.00
             2839      Division of Facilities Construction and Management - Facilities Management
             2840          In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of
             2841      the Division of Facilities Construction and Management for fiscal year 2012.
             2842      ABC Stores (44 Store Locations FY 2011)    1,256,344.00
             2843      Agriculture    305,100.00

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             2844      AP & P Freemont Office Building    172,530.00
             2845      Archives    120,765.00
             2846      Brigham City Court    169,400.00
             2847      Brigham City Regional Center    505,462.00
             2848      Calvin Rampton Complex    1,602,863.00
             2849      Cannon Health    821,860.00
             2850      Capitol Hill Complex    3,365,700.00
             2851      Cedar City Courts    103,520.00
             2852      Cedar City Regional Center    72,008.00
             2853      DAS Surplus Property    35,672.00
             2854      DPS Crime Lab    23,840.00
             2855      DPS Drivers License    128,905.00
             2856      DPS Farmington Public Safety    83,350.00
             2857      DMV Fairpark    53,391.00
             2858      Dixie Drivers License    50,300.00
             2859      Driver License West Valley    98,880.00
             2860      Eccles Group Home
             2861      Environmental Quality
             2862      Farmington 2nd District Courts    349,485.00
             2863      Glendinning Fine Arts Center    45,000.00
             2864      Governor's Residence    119,220.00
             2865      Heber M. Wells    774,750.00
             2866      Highland Dr. Plaza Regional Center    391,766.00
             2867      Human Services Clearfield East    129,322.00
             2868      Human Services Ogden Academy Square    248,906.00
             2869      Human Services Vernal    45,317.00
             2870      Juvenile Courts 7th West    42,434.00
             2871      Layton Court    80,896.00
             2872      Logan 1st District Court    281,870.00
             2873      Medical Drive Complex    331,230.00
             2874      Moab Regional Center    122,726.00
             2875      Murray Highway Patrol    141,738.00
             2876      National Guard Armories    331,279.00
             2877      Natural Resources    657,416.00
             2878      Natural Resources Price    75,968.00
             2879      Navajo Trust Fund Administration    132,640.00
             2880      Office of Rehabilitation Services    180,942.00
             2881      Ogden Court    441,740.00

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             2882      Ogden Juvenile Court    166,045.00
             2883      Ogden Public Safety    90,518.00
             2884      Ogden Regional Center    586,355.00
             2885      Orem Circuit Court    88,724.00
             2886      Orem Public Safety    105,640.00
             2887      Orem Region Three UDOT    141,192.00
             2888      Provo Court    299,400.00
             2889      Provo Juvenile Courts    121,213.00
             2890      Provo Regional Center    682,300.00
             2891      Public Safety Depot Ogden    21,608.00
             2892      Richfield Court    82,289.00
             2893      Richfield DTS Center    49,050.00
             2894      Richfield Regional Center    50,385.00
             2895      Rio Grande Depot    367,805.00
             2896      Salt Lake Court    1,669,200.00
             2897      Salt Lake Government Building #1    1,225,176.00
             2898      St. George Courts (new)    465,353.00
             2899      St. George DPS    74,664.00
             2900      St. George Tax Commission    34,272.00
             2901      State Library    183,714.00
             2902      State Library State Mail    135,240.00
             2903      State Library visually impaired    124,027.00
             2904      Statewide Facility Focus    18,000.00
             2905      Taylorsville Center for the Deaf    126,630.00
             2906      Taylorsville Office Building    157,531.00
             2907      Tooele Courts    263,228.00
             2908      Tree of Utah ($0)
             2909      UBATC Roosevelt    460,589.00
             2910      UBATC Vernal    450,240.00
             2911      Unified Lab    500,255.00
             2912      Utah Arts Collection    26,900.00
             2913      Utah State Office of Education    410,669.00
             2914      Utah State Tax Commission    809,880.00
             2915      Vernal 8th District Court    248,649.00
             2916      Vernal DSPD    24,913.00
             2917      Vernal Juvenile Courts    20,256.00
             2918      Vernal Regional Center    175,528.00
             2919      Vernal Youth Corrections - Split Mtn.    76,800.00

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             2920      West Jordan Courts    487,796.00
             2921      West Valley 3rd District Court    118,350.00
             2922      WFS 1385 South State    292,390.00
             2923      WFS Administration    633,591.00
             2924      WFS Cedar City    98,743.00
             2925      WFS Clearfield/Davis Co.    153,590.00
             2926      WFS Logan    165,166.00
             2927      WFS Metro Employment Center    183,052.00
             2928      WFS Midvale    135,640.00
             2929      WFS Ogden    141,372.00
             2930      WFS PEP    9,555.00
             2931      WFS Provo    147,940.00
             2932      WFS Richfield    36,140.00
             2933      WFS South County Employment Center    176,196.00
             2934      WFS St. George    44,660.00
             2935      WFS Vernal    56,152.00
             2936      Orem Juvenile Probation and Patrol    7,723.00
             2937      Springville Juvenile Probation and Patrol    5,500.00
             2938      Ogden DMV/Drivers License    141,459.00
             2939      Department of Technology Services
             2940      Integrated Technology Division
             2941          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504 the following fees are approved for the Department
             2942      of Technology Services for fiscal year 2012.
             2943      Automated Geographic Reference Center
             2944      Geospatial Information Technology Materials
             2945      Regular Plots (per foot)    6.00
             2946      Mylar Plots (per foot)    8.00
             2947      Geospatial Information Technology Training (per person, per day)    175.00
             2948      Geospatial Information Technology Data Support (per hour)    36.00
             2949      Geospatial Information Technology Professional Labor (per hour)    73.00
             2950      Utah Reference Network GPS Service Rate (yearly)    400.00
             2951      Department of Technology Services Internal Service Funds
             2952      Operations
             2953          In accordance with Section 63J-1-410 the following rates are approved for the services of
             2954      the Department of Technology Services for fiscal year 2012.
             2955      Enterprise Technology Division
             2956      Wide Area Network (WAN)
             2957      Network Services    42.00

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             2958      Network Services (other State agencies)    45.00
             2959      Security    10.00
             2960      Remote Access Cost Charge (ISDN) = Direct Cost + 8%
             2961      Wiring Consulting Labor (per hour)    85.00
             2962      Wiring Materials Charge = Direct Cost + 5%
             2963      WAN Remote Access (DSL)    90.00
             2964      Remote Access Cost Charge (DSL) = Direct Cost + 8%
             2965      Desktop Management
             2966      Equipment Maintenance Costs (EIS) = Direct Cost + 10%
             2967      Software Resale (MLA) = Direct Cost + 6%
             2968      Desktop / Service Desk    63.00
             2969      PDA GroupWise Synchronization    11.00
             2970      Telecommunications
             2971      Phone Tech Labor    72.00
             2972      Voice Monthly Service    27.00
             2973      Other Voice Services = Direct Cost + 8%
             2974      Voice Mail    3.00
             2975      Call Management System = Direct Cost + 8%
             2976      Long Distance Service    .05
             2977      International and Credit Card Long Distance = Direct Cost + 10%
             2978      Long Distance Service Access Charge    1.00
             2979      1-800 Service - Advanced Features = Direct Cost + 10%
             2980      1-800 Service per Minute    .05
             2981      Video Conference IP Connection Charge = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             2982      Video Conference Room Set up Charge = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             2983      Video Conference Bridge Charge = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             2984      Video Conferencing Other = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             2985      Print
             2986      High Speed Laser Printing    .031
             2987      Other Print Services = Direct Cost + 10%
             2988      Hosting
             2989      Application Hosting on DTS Provided Equipment    180.00
             2990      Customized Hosting = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             2991      Data Center Rack Space    420.00
             2992      Actuate Reporting    .17
             2993      Managed Web Hosting - Static    30.00
             2994      Shared Application Hosting - Open Source    59.00
             2995      Shared Application Hosting - Open Source (Test Slice)    30.00

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             2996      Server Management    335.00
             2997      Hosting Services = Subscription
             2998      Database Services
             2999      Database Hosting Consulting Charge    70.00
             3000      Database Hosting Oracle Shared (Linux) - 0 to 2 GB    200.00
             3001      Database Hosting Oracle Shared (Linux) - Each additional 2 GB    140.00
             3002      Shared Citrix Services = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             3003      Microsoft SQL Server - 0 to 1 GB    125.00
             3004      Microsoft SQL Server - Each additional 1 GB    50.00
             3005      Mainframe Computing
             3006      Mainframe Charges = Subscription
             3007      Mainframe Consulting Charge    70.00
             3008      Storage Services
             3009      Qualified Dedicated Storage    .0003
             3010      Disk Storage - Mainframe    .007
             3011      Mainframe Tape     .0012
             3012      Backup & Restore Services    .0003
             3013      Open Systems Storage    .0004
             3014      Training
             3015      Training Room Rental - per day    100.00
             3016      Project Management
             3017      DTS Project Management    91.00
             3018      DTS Consulting Charge    75.00
             3019      Business Consulting = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             3020      Application Development
             3021      Application Maintenance    70.00
             3022      Wireless Services
             3023      Microwave Maintenance Labor    90.00
             3024      Radio Repair Labor    70.00
             3025      Install Bay Labor    50.00
             3026      Contract Maintenance Console    8.00
             3027      Parts = Direct Cost
             3028      Misc. Data Circuits = Direct Cost + 10%
             3029      State Radio Connection (LES and SRS)    24.85
             3030      Communication Sites = Special Billing Agreement (SBA)
             3031      Microwave Services
             3032      T1 - per mile    11.37
             3033      Tail Circuits = Direct Cost + 10%

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             3034      T1 Installation - per tail circuit    947.48
             3035      Microwave Circuit Installation Charge    947.48
             3036      Single Voice Circuit (DS0)    .76
             3037      Voice Grade DS0 Card    31.60
             3038      Data Grade DS0 Card    63.19
             3039      Business, Economic Development, & Labor
             3040      Department of Community and Culture
             3041      Administration
             3042          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the
             3043      Department of Community and Culture - Administration for fiscal year 2012.
             3044      Information Technology
             3045      Preservation Pro Fee    343.25
             3046      Historical Society
             3047          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Utah
             3048      Historical Society for fiscal year 2012.
             3049      State Historical Society
             3050      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Student/Senior    25.00
             3051      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Individual    30.00
             3052      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Business/Sustaining    40.00
             3053      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Patron    60.00
             3054      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Sponsor    100.00
             3055      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership Lifetime    500.00
             3056      Utah Historical Society Annual Membership List Per Address    .03
             3057      Utah Archeology Per Issue    15.00
             3058      First 100 Years Per Book    8.00
             3059      Avenues of Salt Lake City Per Book    15.00
             3060      Utah's Architecture Per Book    20.00
             3061      Utah Historic Trails Map per map    5.00
             3062      Utah History Suite Per CD    40.00
             3063      Utah Historical Quarterly per issue    7.00
             3064      Corinne, The gentile Capital of Utah per book    12.00
             3065      Beehive History per issue    2.50
             3066      County Histories Per Book    20.00
             3067      Let'em Holler per book    17.00
             3068      Publication Royalties Per Unit    1.00
             3069      State History
             3070          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division
             3071      of State History for fiscal year 2012.

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             3072      Research Libraries and Collections
             3073      B/W Historic Photo 4x5    7.00
             3074      B/W Historic Photo 5x7    10.00
             3075      B/W Historic Photo 8x10    15.00
             3076      B/W Historic Photo 11x14    25.00
             3077      B/W Historic Photo 16x20    35.00
             3078      B/W Historic Photo 20x24    55.00
             3079      Sepia Historic Photo 4x5    12.00
             3080      Sepia Historic Photo5x7    16.00
             3081      Sepia Historic Photo 8x10    25.00
             3082      Sepia Historic Photo 11x14    40.00
             3083      Sepia Historic Photo 16x20    60.00
             3084      Sepia Historic Photo 20x24    70.00
             3085      Self Serve Photo    .50
             3086      Digital Image 300 dpl>    10.00
             3087      Expedited Photo Processing    2.00
             3088      Historic Collection Use Fee    25.00
             3089      Research Center Self Copy 8.5x11    .10
             3090      Research Center Self Copy 11x17    .25
             3091      Research Center Staff Copy 8.5x11    .25
             3092      Research Center Staff Copy 11x17    .50
             3093      Microfilm Self-Copy per page    .25
             3094      Microfilm Staff Copy per page    1.00
             3095      Audio Recording Per Item    4.00
             3096      Video Recording Per Item    20.00
             3097      16 mm diazo print-per roll    10.00
             3098      35 mm diazo print-per roll    12.00
             3099      16 mm silver print-per roll    18.00
             3100      35 mm silver print-per roll    20.00
             3101      Microfilm Digitization Per Unit    35.00
             3102      Digital Format Conversion - Per Unit    5.00
             3103      Surplus Photo Per Unit    1.00
             3104      Mailing Charges Per Unit    1.00
             3105      Fax Request Per Unit    1.00
             3106      Office of Preservation
             3107      Literature Search On Site min. Charge up to 1/2 hour    22.50
             3108      Literature Search On Site Per Hour    45.00
             3109      GIS Search on site min. charge up to 15 min.    15.00

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             3110      GIS Search on site per hour    60.00
             3111      Lit. Search/GIS-no show fee-per incident    60.00
             3112      Lit. Search/GIS copy charge per page    .20
             3113      Lit. Search/GIS fax charge per page    1.00
             3114      Division of Arts and Museums
             3115          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division
             3116      of Arts and Museums for fiscal year 2012.
             3117      Community Arts Outreach
             3118      Traveling Exhibit Fees    125.00
             3119      Traveling Exhibit Fees/Title I    100.00
             3120      Salt Grass Print Sales Unframed Print    100.00
             3121      VA Seminar CD Sales    5.00
             3122      VA Seminar Registration    25.00
             3123      25 Years of Public Art Book, A Great Beginning Book Fee    26.00
             3124      Arts Education Residency Entry Level/40 Hours    600.00
             3125      Arts Education Residency Entry Level/ 60 Hours    900.00
             3126      Arts Education Residency Entry Level/80 Hours    1,200.00
             3127      Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/40 Hours    780.00
             3128      Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/60 Hours    1,170.00
             3129      Arts Education Residency Second Year/Third Year/80 Hours    1,560.00
             3130      Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/40 Hours    840.00
             3131      Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/60 Hours    1,170.00
             3132      Arts Education Residency Fourth Year and After/80 Hours    1,560.00
             3133      Arts Education Residency Per Hour/Additional Artist Salary    30.00
             3134      Arts Education Residency Per Hour/Artist Preperation Time    25.00
             3135      Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 4 Hour Workshop    15.00
             3136      Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 8 Hour Workshop    30.00
             3137      Arts Education Workshops/Registration Fee 16 Hour Workshop    60.00
             3138      Arts Education MV Workshops Registration Fee 100 Hour Workshop    400.00
             3139      Arts Education Manual    7.00
             3140      Arts Education Handbook    15.00
             3141      Arts Education Book Arts Manual    10.00
             3142      10 Lessons the Arts Teach    .10
             3143      The Sky is Green Book    10.00
             3144      MWAC Registration Early Registration Per Applicant    70.00
             3145      MWAC Registration Regular Registration Per Applicant    80.00
             3146      MWAC Registration Late Registration Per Applicant    90.00
             3147      MWAC Registration Group Discount Early Registration Per Applicant    90.00

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             3148      MWAC Registration Group Discount Registration Per Applicant    90.00
             3149      MWAC Registration Group Discount Late Registration Per Applicant    90.00
             3150      MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon    40.00
             3151      MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Late Registrant    40.00
             3152      MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Student    50.00
             3153      MWAC Registration Governor's Luncheon Student Late    50.00
             3154      MWAC Sponsorship $100    100.00
             3155      MWAC Sponsorship $250    250.00
             3156      MWAC Sponsorship $500    500.00
             3157      MWAC Sponsorship $1,000    1,000.00
             3158      MWAC Sponsorship $2,500    2,500.00
             3159      MWAC Sponsorship $5,000    5,000.00
             3160      MWAC Sponsorship $10,000    10,000.00
             3161      UAC/BTS Partnership    25,000.00
             3162      C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 1    100.00
             3163      C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 2    200.00
             3164      C/SP Change Leader Registration Level 3    300.00
             3165      C/SP Change Leader Registration Certification Luncheon    30.00
             3166      C/SP Change Leader Registration Certification Conference    40.00
             3167      C/SP Workshop Registration    25.00
             3168      Hecho en Utah CD - each retail    11.00
             3169      Hecho en Utah CD - each wholesale    7.00
             3170      Hecho en Utah CD - Set of 3 Retail    28.00
             3171      Hecho en Utah CD - Set of 3 Wholesale    17.00
             3172      Swedish Music in Utah CD - Retail    11.00
             3173      Swedish Music in Utah CD - Wholesale    7.00
             3174      Old Time Dance Party CD - Retail    9.00
             3175      Old Time Dance Party CD - Wholesale    6.00
             3176      Music from Highway 12 Retail    11.00
             3177      Music from Highway 12 Wholesale    7.00
             3178      Social Dance in the Mormon West Retail    13.00
             3179      Social Dance in the Mormon West Wholesale    9.00
             3180      Old-Time Dance Party Sheet Music - Retail    11.00
             3181      Old-Time Dance Party Sheet Music - Wholesale    7.00
             3182      Willow Stories - Utah Navajo Baskets - Retail    9.00
             3183      Willow Stories - Utah Navajo Baskets - Wholesale    6.00
             3184      Contemporary Navajo Baskets on the Utah Reservation - Retail    7.00
             3185      Contemporary Navajo Baskets on the Utah Reservation - Wholesale    4.00

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             3186      Dance Preservation Package - Retail    30.00
             3187      Dance Preservation Package - Wholesale    18.00
             3188      Utah's Sanpete Valley Tour Package - Retail    16.00
             3189      Utah's Sanpete Valley Tour Package - Wholesale    10.00
             3190      Listening in Utah Storytelling - Retail    9.00
             3191      Listening in Utah Storytelling - Wholesale    6.00
             3192      Folk Arts Post Cards    .50
             3193      State Library
             3194          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the State
             3195      Library for fiscal year 2012.
             3196      Blind and Physically Handicapped
             3197      Lost Library Book Charge    1.00
             3198      Basic Braille Services to States    75.00
             3199      Full Library Service to Wyoming    1.00
             3200      Braille and Audio Service to LDS Church    1.75
             3201      Library of Congress Contract (MSCW)    1.00
             3202      Library Development
             3203      Bookmobile Services    1.00
             3204      Library Resources
             3205      Cataloging Services    1.00
             3206      Catalog Express Utilization    .50
             3207      Catalog Express Overage Fee    1.00
             3208      Housing and Community Development
             3209          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Division
             3210      of Housing and Community Development for fiscal year 2012.
             3211      Community Assistance
             3212      PAB Application Fee (Under $3 Million)    1,500.00
             3213      PAB Application Fee ($3 - $5 Million)    2,000.00
             3214      PAB Application Fee (Over $5 Million)    3,000.00
             3215      Resubmission Fee (Under $3 Million)    750.00
             3216      Resubmission Fee ($3 -$5 Million)    1,000.00
             3217      Resubmission Fee (Over $5 Million)    1,500.00
             3218      Extension Fee    4,000.00
             3219      Homeless Committee
             3220      State Community Services Office Homeless Summit    25.00
             3221      Weatherization Assistance
             3222      Weatherization Classroom Fee Daily    50.00
             3223      Weatherization Laboratory Fee Daily    250.00

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             3224      HVAC Laboratory Fee Daily    250.00
             3225      Insulation Laboratories Daily Fee    250.00
             3226      Demonstration House Daily Fee    250.00
             3227      Consumer/Small Contractor Fee Per Hour    10.00
             3228      Materials Fee Per Person    300.00
             3229      Trainers Basic    50.00
             3230      Trainers Advanced    100.00
             3231      Commission on Volunteers
             3232      Commission on Volunteers Conference on Service    119.00
             3233      Commission on Volunteers Youth Leadership Summit    25.00
             3234      Commission on Volunteers Quarterly Member Training    25.00
             3235      Governor's Office of Economic Development
             3236      Office of Tourism
             3237          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Office of
             3238      Tourism for fiscal year 2012.
             3239      Administration
             3240      Commissions - UDOT    88,500.00
             3241      Map Sales    1.00
             3242      Calendars - Envelopes    .50
             3243      Calendars Bulk    8.00
             3244      Calendars Bulk State Agencies    6.00
             3245      Calendars - Employees    5.00
             3246          These fees may apply to one or more programs within the Office of
             3247      Tourism Line Item.
             3248      Incentive Funds
             3249          In accordance with Section 63J-1-504, the following fees are approved for the Incentives
             3250      line item and Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission for fiscal year 2012.
             3251      Incentives/Pete Suazo Utah Athletic Commission
             3252      Boxing Event Fees < 500 Seats    250.00
             3253      Boxing Events Fees 500 - 1,000 Seats    375.00
             3254      Boxing Event Fees 1,000 - 3,000 Seats    500.00
             3255      Boxing Event Fees 3,000 - 5,000 seats    750.00
             3256      Boxing Events Fees 5,000 - 10,000 Seats    1,250.00
             3257      Boxing Event Fees 10,000+ Seats    2,500.00
             3258      Conference Registration (Event Application) Fee    100.00
             3259      Unarmed Combat Event Fees <500 Seats    250.00
             3260      Unarmed Combat Event Fees 500-1,000 Seats    375.00
             3261      Unarmed Combat Event Fees 1,000 - 3,000 Seats    500.00

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             3262      Unarmed Combat Event Fees 3,000 - 5,000 Seats    750.00
             3263      Unarmed Combat Event Fees 5,000 - 10,000 Seats    1,250.00
             3264      Unarmed Combat Event Fees 10,000+ Seats    2,500.00
             3265      License Fees Contest Promoters    125.00
             3266      License Fees Non-Contest Promoters    30.00
             3267      Broadcast Revenue Fee 3% of Total Gross Receipts    2,750.00
             3268      Utah State Tax Commission
             3269      Tax Administration
             3270          In accordance with Section 59-1-210(26) the following fees are approved for the Utah
             3271      State Tax Commission for fiscal year 2012.
             3272      Administration Division
             3273      Administration
             3274      Liquor Profit Distribution Fee    6.00
             3275      Tax Commission - All Programs
             3276      Certified Document Fee    5.00
             3277      Convenience Fee for tax payments and other authorized transactions
             3278          Not to exceed 3%.
             3279      Faxed Document Processing Fee per Page    1.00
             3280      Record Research Fee    6.50
             3281      Photocopies (over 10 copies) per Page    .10
             3282      Research Fee (special requests) per Hour    20.00
             3283      Technology Management
             3284      Custom Programming Fee, per Hour    85.00
             3285      Data Processing Set-Up    55.00
             3286      Tax Processing Division
             3287      Motor Fuel License    30.00
             3288      Special Fuel License    30.00
             3289      Cigarette Tax License    30.00
             3290      Cigarette Tax License - Renewal    20.00
             3291      Tax Payer Services
             3292      Lien Subordination (not to exceed)    300.00
             3293      Tax Clearance Fee    50.00
             3294      Motor Vehicles
             3295      Aircraft Registration Fee    3.00
             3296      Electronic Payment Fee for authorized Motor Vehicle transactions (up to)    3.00
             3297      IFTA Decal Fee / Set    4.00
             3298      IFTA Reinstatement Fee    100.00
             3299      Motor Vehicle Information    3.00

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