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ANNUAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT

2000 GENERAL SESSION

STATE OF UTAH

Sponsor: David Steele

    
     AN ACT RELATING TO APPROPRIATIONS; PROVIDING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF STATE GOVERNMENT FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING JULY 1, 2000 AND ENDING JUNE 30, 2001; PROVIDING INTENT LANGUAGE GOVERNING EXPENDITURES; APPROVING FEES; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:
Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following sums of money are appropriated out of money not otherwise appropriated from the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah for the fiscal year indicated.
EXECUTIVE OFFICES, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, & LEGISLATURE
LEGISLATURE
ITEM      1      To      Legislature - Senate
     From General Fund      1,445,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      1,445,200
ITEM      2      To      Legislature - Legislative Printing
     From General Fund      523,500
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      331,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      854,500
ITEM      3      To      Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
     From General Fund      4,257,200
     From General Fund, One-time      395,300
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      4,652,500
ITEM      4      To      Legislature - House of Representatives
     From General Fund      2,548,600
     From General Fund, One-time      80,000
     From Revenue Transfers      50,000
     Schedule of Programs:

     Administration      2,678,600
ITEM      5      To      Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel -
     Tax Review Commission
     From General Fund      50,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Tax Review Commission      50,000
ITEM      6      To      Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
     From General Fund      1,939,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration and Research      1,939,100
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
     prepare five-year revenue and expenditure projections for presentation to
     the Executive Appropriations Committtee in the August 2000 meeting. This
     report could include various scenarios, dependent on assumptions as
     requested from the co-chairs of the Executive Appropriations Committee in
     conjunction with suggestions from the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
ITEM      7      To      Legislature - Office of the Legislative Auditor General
     From General Fund      1,832,600
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      249,000
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (144,700)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      1,936,900
ITEM      8      To      Legislature - Dues to Council of State Governments
     From General Fund      74,700
     Schedule of Programs:
     Dues to Council of State Governments      74,700
ITEM      9      To      Legislature - Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures
     From General Fund      92,400
     Schedule of Programs:
     Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures      92,400
ITEM      10      To      Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel -
     Constitutional Review Commission
     From General Fund      55,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Constitutional Revision Commission      55,000
GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
ITEM      11      To      Governor's Office
     From General Fund      2,267,300
     From General Fund, One-time      (11,800)
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      40,000
     From Revenue Transfers      23,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      26,500
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      1,772,100
     Governor's Residence      261,800
     Washington Office      261,600
     Constitutional Defense Council      49,500
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Governor's Office be
     nonlapsing.
ITEM      12      To      Governor's Office - Elections
     From General Fund      666,900
     From General Fund, One-time      298,800
     From Revenue Transfers      (50,000)
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      50,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Elections      965,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Elections be nonlapsing.
ITEM      13      To      Governor's Office - Commission for Women and Families
     From General Fund      80,800
     From General Fund, One-time      (200)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Commission for Women and Families      80,600
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Commission on
     Women and Families be nonlapsing.
ITEM      14      To      Governor's Office - Emergency Fund
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Emergency Fund be
     nonlapsing.
ITEM      15      To      Governor's Office - Office of Planning and Budget
     From General Fund      3,751,000
     From General Fund, One-time      (20,500)
     From Federal Funds      144,500
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      196,700
     From Olympic Special Revenue      216,200
     From Information Technology Services Internal Service Fund Retained      30,000
     Earnings
     From Revenue Transfers      696,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Science and Technology      289,700
     Administration      786,500
     Planning and Budget Analysis      771,100
     Demographic and Economic Analysis      769,600
     Resource Planning and Legal Review      393,100
     Information Technology      986,800
     State and Local Planning      1,017,300
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Office of Planning
     and Budget be nonlapsing.
ITEM      16      To      Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
     From General Fund      1,605,900
     From General Fund, One-time      (5,800)
     From Federal Funds      15,968,100
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      65,000
     From Crime Victims Reparation Trust      734,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     CCJJ Commission      13,000,600
     Crime Victim Reparations      4,355,800
     Extraditions      244,300
     Substance Abuse and Anti-violence      225,800
     Sentencing Commission      245,900
     Crime Prevention Grant      295,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Commission on
     Criminal and Juvenile Justice be nonlapsing.
STATE AUDITOR
ITEM      17      To      State Auditor
     From General Fund      2,737,600
     From General Fund, One-time      (20,400)
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      583,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      258,900
     Auditing      2,673,600
     State and Local Government      368,300
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Auditor be
     nonlapsing.
STATE TREASURER
ITEM      18      To      State Treasurer
     From General Fund      815,500
     From General Fund, One-time      (4,800)
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      188,100
     From Unclaimed Property Trust      1,130,400
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      93,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     Treasury and Investment      879,900
     Unclaimed Property      1,197,500
     Money Management Council      78,600
     Financial Assistance      66,300
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Treasurer be
     nonlapsing.
ATTORNEY GENERAL
ITEM      19      To      Attorney General - Attorney General Administration
     From General Fund      1,337,600
     From General Fund, One-time      (8,000)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      1,329,600
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General
     Administration be nonlapsing.
ITEM      20      To      Attorney General
     From General Fund      11,209,800
     From General Fund, One-time      (66,500)
     From Federal Funds      862,900
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      8,991,900
     From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund      297,900
     From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Funds      269,300
     From Revenue Transfers      76,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     State Counsel      13,497,100
     Public Advocacy      6,937,500
     Children's Justice      761,500
     Water Rights Adjudication      145,800
     Contract Attorneys      300,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General's
     Office be nonlapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the $75,000 addition to the Attorney
     General's FY 2001 budget be for an investigator. The primary duties for this
     investigator will include assistance and support of local prosecutors in
     inherently difficult cases involving: incest, sexual offenses, (including
     sexual abuse, sexual assault, and offenses involving unlawful sexual
     conduct with a minor), welfare fraud, and failure to pay child support.
     The Attorney General's Office will report on: the investigator's activity and
     involvement with local prosecutors, the types of cases investigated, and
     additional resources provided to this activity during the budget review of
     the 2001 General Session.
             It is the intent of the Legislature that the Attorney General use these funds to develop a comprehensive Medicaid fraud detection, investigation, and prosecution program. Recent history demonstrates that, to be effective, a comprehensive program must include the following elements: a) credible processes for identifying potential fraud situations; b) expert medical advice to distinguish acceptable community practice from potentially fraudulent medical practice; c) expert legal guidance to distinguish between civil and criminal situations, with appropriate legal remedies defined for each, and for the civil component it is the Legislature's intent that the Attorney General enter into a memorandum of agreement with the Department of Health to perform these functions; d) strong due process guidelines to assure Medicaid providers of fair and respectful treatment; e) well developed employee training programs to ensure staff understand their mission and conduct in performing that mission; and f) well developed processes that distinguish between field audits, potential fraud discovery, and criminal seizures of records. Further, the Attorney General shall ensure that this comprehensive Medicaid Fraud Program is administered in a manner that allocates a proportionate measure of fraud detection effort to urban Medicaid providers. This will require the Attorney General to develop methodologies and tools for assessing potential Medicaid fraud under the managed care arrangements in use on the Wasatch Front. Finally, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Attorney General shall report to the 2001 Legislature regarding its success in complying with this intent statement.
ITEM      21      To      Attorney General - Child Protection
     From General Fund      3,174,700
     From General Fund, One-time      (17,900)
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      903,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Child Protection      4,060,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Child Protection be
     nonlapsing.
ITEM      22      To      Attorney General - Financial Crime
     From General Fund      235,000
     From General Fund, One-time      (600)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Financial Crime      234,400
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Financial Crime be
     nonlapsing.
ITEM      23      To      Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
     From General Fund      1,916,500
     From General Fund, One-time      (2,500)
     From Federal Funds      123,400
     Schedule of Programs:
     Children's Justice Centers      2,037,400
          It is the intent of the Legislature that Funding for Children's Justice
     Centers be nonlapsing.
ITEM      24      To      Attorney General - Antitrust Prosecution
     From Antitrust Revolving      159,900
     Schedule of Programs:
     Anti-Trust Prosecution      159,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Antitrust Prosecution
     be nonlapsing.
ITEM      25      To      Attorney General - Prosecution Council
     From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support      418,100
     From Revenue Transfers      12,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      28,800
     Schedule of Programs:
     Prosecution Council      458,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Prosecution Council
     be nonlapsing.
ITEM      26      To      Attorney General - Domestic Violence
     From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support      72,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Domestic Violence      72,200
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Domestic Violence be
     nonlapsing.
CORRECTIONS
ITEM      27      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Corrections Administration
     From General Fund      8,395,100
     From Federal Funds      8,700
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      150,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      339,800
     Schedule of Programs:
     Executive Director      2,278,500
     Administrative Services      5,827,400
     Training      787,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections
     report their projected bed needs. The report should include: the projected
     number of beds needed in state-owned facilities, contracted jails, and
     private correctional facilities. The report shall be provided to the Legislative
     Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice and Joint Executive Appropriations
     interim committees in September.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that OTRACK systems development
     shall take priority over all other projects for allocation of carry-forward
     balances authorized in the Division of Administration.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections,
     Board of Pardons and Parole, and the Department of Human Services shall
     select an organization whose primary responsibility is representing people
     with disabilities, and is recognized under the Protection and Advocacy for
     Individuals with Mental Illness Act. Together these organizations shall
     study whether pre-adjudicated and mentally ill persons who are detained in
     jail or the Utah State Hospital should receive credit for time served. A report
     shall be produced and presented to the Law Enforcement and Criminal
     Justice Interim Committee in October.
ITEM      28      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Field Operations
     From General Fund      34,794,000
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      3,580,000
     From Revenue Transfers      258,700
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      931,600
     Adult Probation and Patrol      30,077,800
     Community Corrections Centers      7,623,300
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
ITEM      29      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Institutional Operations
     From General Fund      93,575,400
     From General Fund, One-time      (6,508,300)
     From Federal Funds      2,199,600
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      745,500
     From Revenue Transfers      619,700
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      146,800
     Schedule of Programs:
     DIO Administration      2,438,700
     Draper Facility      49,011,600
     Central Utah/Gunnison      20,071,700
     Southern Utah/Iron County      1,586,600
     Inmate Placement      1,488,900
     Transition      10,463,400
     Support Services      5,717,800
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department continue to show
     operations costs for the several facilities in the transitions program as
     separate budget categories in the annual budget data prepared for
     Legislative review in future years.
ITEM      30      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Draper Medical Services
     From General Fund      16,847,800
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      159,500
     From Revenue Transfers      619,500
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      479,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     Medical Services      18,105,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
ITEM      31      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      15,849,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Utah Correctional Industries      15,849,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Correctional Industries
     Board be authorized to approve increases in FTE for the Division where
     such increases will positively impact employment opportunities for the state
     and provide benefits to other state programs.
ITEM      32      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Forensics
     From General Fund      190,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Forensics      190,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
ITEM      33      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Programs - Jail
     Reimbursement
     From General Fund      22,365,800
     From Federal Funds      100,000
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      3,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Jail Reimbursement      7,264,600
     Jail Contracting      15,204,200
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
ITEM      34      To      Utah Department of Corrections - Data Processing - Internal
     Service Fund
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      1,699,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - DOC Data Processing      1,699,600
          Approved FTE Positions -      10
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      497,300
          Billing Rate - $250 per device per month.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for
     Department be non-lapsing.
BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLE
ITEM      35      To      Board of Pardons and Parole
     From General Fund      2,504,400
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      145,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     Board Of Pardons and Parole      2,651,500
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for the
     Board be non-lapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections,
     Board of Pardons and Parole, and the Department of Human Services shall
     select an organization whose primary responsibility is representing people
     with disabilities, and is recognized under the Protection and Advocacy for
     Individuals with Mental Illness Act. Together these organizations shall
     study whether pre-adjudicated and mentally ill persons who are detained in
     jail or the Utah State Hospital should receive credit for time served. A report
     shall be produced and presented to the Law Enforcement and Criminal
     Justice Interim Committee in October.
YOUTH CORRECTIONS
ITEM      36      To      Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections -
     Services
     From General Fund      68,477,200
     From Federal Funds      1,580,200
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,745,400
     From Youth Crime Victims Restitution      500,000
     From Revenue Transfers      13,907,900
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      1,367,800
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration/Case Management      13,818,500
     Community Alternatives      22,063,500
     Out of State Placements      2,456,400
     Institutional Care      34,089,500
     Youth Parole Authority      338,400
     Alternatives to Institutional Care      13,207,300
     Youth Receiving Centers      2,604,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that General Funds for FY 2001 for the
     Division be non-lapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Youth Corrections
     continue to, and wherever possible increase, the utilization of community
     based alternatives to secure incarceration of youth in the custody of the
     Division. The Legislature expressly directs the Division to actively pursue
     additional Community Alternatives and strengthen those which are
     currently in effect.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Youth Corrections
     pursue the goal of applying as much budgetary flexibility as is fiscally
     prudent within existing General Fund appropriation to grant a rate increase
     for private community-based providers.
COURTS
ITEM      37      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
     From General Fund      71,383,400
     From Federal Funds      182,100
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      958,200
     From General Fund Restricted - Alternative Dispute Resolution      144,400
     From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense Fund      244,400
     From General Fund Restricted - Court Reporter Technology      150,000
     From General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest      273,000
     From General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment      752,700
     From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention      319,300
     From Revenue Transfers      1,024,700
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      1,037,500
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (131,600)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Supreme Court      1,959,600
     Law Library      480,500
     Court of Appeals      2,702,900
     Trial Courts      33,393,000
     Juvenile Courts      26,256,200
     Justice Courts      236,000
     Courts Security      2,216,000
     Administrative Office      2,876,400
     Judicial Education      359,400
     Data Processing      4,525,000
     Grants Program      1,333,100
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for the Courts
     be non-lapsing
          It is the intent of the Legislature that for every $50,000 in accumulated
     fiscal note driven costs to the courts in any given year, that the courts be
     authorized an additional clerk FTE. These FTE clerk increases are to be
     included in all subsequent budget submittals under the appropriate appeals,
     trial, or juvenile court program budget category.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Juvenile Courts and the Division
     of Youth Corrections use the cost-benefit work of Washington State
     Institute for Policy to create a framework for assessing the cost-benefits of
     those state and private programs receiving "state supervision" money. To
     the extend possible, The Juvenile Courts and the Division of Youth
     Corrections will report to the Legislature at the beginning of the 2001
     session:
     1. The estimated cost-benefit scores of said programs, or
     2. The steps necessary to obtain such scores.
ITEM      38      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Contracts and Leases
     From General Fund      14,163,600
     From General Fund, One-time      (640,000)
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      145,600
     From General Fund Restricted - State Court Complex      3,500,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Contracts and Leases      17,169,200
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for the Courts
     be non-lapsing
ITEM      39      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Grand Jury
     From General Fund      900
     Schedule of Programs:
     Grand Jury      900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for the Courts
     be non-lapsing
ITEM      40      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Judicial Salaries
          Under provisions of Section 67-6-2, Utah Code Annotated, the following
     salaries are approved for judicial officials for July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001:
     District Court Judge $99,700. Other judicial salaries will be calculated in
     accordance with the statutory formula and rounded to the nearest $50.00.
ITEM      41      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness
     Fees
     From General Fund      1,829,800
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      15,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (636,300)
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      1,154,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Jury, Witness, and Interpreter      2,362,500
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for the Courts
     be non-lapsing
ITEM      42      To      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
     From General Fund      2,415,300
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      20,000
     From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense Fund      365,900
     From General Fund Restricted - Guardian Ad Litem Services      230,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      21,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     Guardian Ad Litem      3,052,800
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for the Courts
     be non-lapsing
PUBLIC SAFETY
ITEM      43      To      Department of Public Safety - Commissioner's Office
     From General Fund      2,345,800
     From Federal Funds      13,972,500
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      15,000
     From General Fund Restricted - Drug Forfeiture      200,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      315,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Commissioner's Office      1,987,700
     Aero Bureau      688,100
     Forfeitures & Seizures      200,000
     Administrative Services      7,559,600
     Olympics      6,412,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
          It is the intent of the Legislature that receipts above $15,000 of
     reimbursable flight time for the Department of Public Safety's aircraft be
     non-lapsing and used only to replace aircraft engines and related parts.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that all monies seized or forfeited to the
     State as a result of drug or narcotic related activity through the State or
     Federal court process, be deposited into a General Fund Restricted - Drug
     Forfeiture Account.
          The Department of Public Safety is authorized to expend amounts not to
     exceed $500,000 from seizures awarded by the state court and from seizures
     awarded by the federal court to aid in enforcement efforts to combat drug
     trafficking. Funds disbursed to other governmental entities through existing
     contractual agreements shall be exempt from this intent statement. The
     Department shall provide the Joint Appropriations Subcommittee for
     Executive Offices, Criminal Justice and The Legislature, a complete
     accounting of expenditures and revenues from these funds as part of the
     annual budget hearings.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that UCAN is to be treated as an
     independent agency. As such, UCAN is to reimburse the State for all goods
     and services provided by the State.
ITEM      44      To      Department of Public Safety - Comprehensive Emergency
     Management
     From General Fund      727,200
     From Federal Funds      6,760,800
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      185,000
     From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight      1,616,400
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      170,500
     Schedule of Programs:
     Comprehensive Emergency Management      9,459,900
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      45      To      Department of Public Safety - Safety Promotion
     From General Fund      142,400
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      3,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Safety Promotion      145,400
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      46      To      Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and
     Training
     From General Fund      167,200
     From Federal Funds      2,993,400
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      27,800
     From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support      2,365,800
     From Revenue Transfers      100,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      30,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Basic Training      1,238,200
     Regional/Inservice Training      652,800
     Post Administration      699,800
     Grants      100,000
     Police Corps Academy      2,993,400
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      47      To      Department of Public Safety - Investigative and Technical
     Services
     From General Fund      10,976,900
     From Federal Funds      1,220,500
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,433,100
     From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Ops      138,600
     From Revenue Transfers      703,000
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      269,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration      614,900
     Criminal Identification Bureau      3,434,900
     UDI Grants      177,200
     Communications      4,367,200
     State Crime Labs      1,636,000
     Crime Lab Grants      574,100
     Investigative Services      4,936,800
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      48      To      Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
     From General Fund      990,700
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      30,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Liquor Law Enforcement      1,020,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing.
ITEM      49      To      Department of Public Safety - Driver License
     From Transportation Fund Restricted - Motorcycle Education      175,300
     From Transportation Fund Restricted - Public Safety      13,710,700
     From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.      1,508,500
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      285,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Driver License Administration      1,235,400
     Driver Services      8,424,800
     Driver Records      4,335,500
     Motorcycle Safety      175,300
     Uninsured Motorist      1,508,500
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      50      To      Department of Public Safety - Utah Highway Patrol Division
     From General Fund      25,725,400
     From Transportation Fund      5,495,500
     From Federal Funds      2,173,200
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,625,900
     From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight      376,900
     From Transportation Fund Restricted - Public Safety      535,000
     From Revenue Transfers      554,700
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      425,700
     Schedule of Programs:
     UHP Administration      908,700
     Field Operations      24,159,200
     Commercial Vehicle      2,547,400
     Safety Inspections      1,198,800
     Special Enforcement      1,263,400
     Protective Services      1,206,700
     Special Services      3,106,100
     Federal Projects      1,126,700
     Technology Services      307,600
     Highway Safety      2,087,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
          It is the intent of the Legislature that peace officers who may
     have current assignments within the programs of POST, Investigations and
     Technical Services, or programs of the Highway Patrol Division shall be
     equally considered as "troopers". All "troopers" within the Department
     should be eligible for any appropriate promotions, awards, and incentives
     appertaining to the peace officers assigned as highway patrol troopers
     within the Department of Public Safety.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department is authorized to
     advance officers to the Senior Officer III grade positions using increases
     from savings in existing appropriations.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Highway Safety Program may
     transfer Federal Funds from this line item of appropriation to other items of
     appropriation when necessary.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the additional funds for Laptop
     technology be used to extend that capability to the Utah and Juab County
     areas of the state.
ITEM      51      To      Department of Public Safety - Information Management
     From General Fund      1,363,600
     From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Ops      258,500
     From Revenue Transfers      196,700
     Schedule of Programs:
     Operations      1,622,100
     Grants      196,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
ITEM      52      To      Department of Public Safety - Fire Marshal
     From General Fund      862,700
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      143,500
     From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support      2,090,600
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      13,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Fire Operations      1,029,800
     Fire Fighter Training      2,080,200
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds for FY 2001 for Public
     Safety be non-lapsing
CAPITAL FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
CAPITOL PRESERVATION BOARD
ITEM      53      To      Capitol Preservation Board
     From General Fund      2,287,100
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      228,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Capitol Preservation Board      2,515,300
ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
ITEM      54      To      Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
     From General Fund      803,800
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      3,700
     From Revenue Transfers      72,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     Executive Director      875,900
     Capitol Connections      3,700
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Executive Director of the
     Department of Administrative Services take necessary steps to make the
     State Office Building as secure as possible by taking full advantage of the
     new card access system.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Executive Director's Office
     publish Capitol Connections as an email document.
ITEM      55      To      Department of Administrative Services - Information Technology
     Services
     From General Fund      376,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     Automated Geographic Reference Center      376,600
ITEM      56      To      Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
     From General Fund      267,400
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      500
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      7,000
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (5,000)
     Schedule of Programs:
     DAR Administration      260,600
     Rules Publishing      9,300
ITEM      57      To      Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Administration
     From General Fund      2,892,800
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,500
     From Revenue Transfers      200,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     DFCM Administration      3,095,300
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Building Board develop
     contracting guidelines that enable the State to share in the ownership of
     designs and plans associated with the construction of state owned
     buildings.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
     prepare a feasibility study regarding the use of a facility pool in the State of
     Utah. The study should address questions of occupancy, funding, and
     participation. The Analyst should consult with the Governor's Office of
     Planning and Budget and the Division of Facilities Construction and
     Management in creating the study.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities
     Construction and Management be allowed to include the
     performance-based procurement system (PBPS) as an authorized
     procurement method for the selection of construction contractors and for
     the selection of architects and engineers when included in a design/build
     procurement process.
          Furthermore, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Division's present
     method of procuring engineers and architects be modified to provide better
     value to the taxpayers of Utah. To this end, it is the intent of the Legislature
     that qualifications-based selection (QBS) may be used and strengthened,
     such that the best qualified professionals are selected for each project.
ITEM      58      To      Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Facilities
     Management
     From General Fund      279,100
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      125,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Governor's Mansion      30,000
     Preventive Maintenance      125,000
     DUP Museum      108,800
     Governor's Residence      81,300
     Council Hall      59,000
ITEM      59      To      Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
     From General Fund      1,873,200
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      28,500
     Schedule of Programs:
     Archives Administration      472,700
     Records Analysis      327,700
     Preservation Services      275,100
     Reference Services      371,600
     Records Services      454,600
ITEM      60      To      Department of Administrative Services - Finance Administration
     From General Fund      6,253,800
     From Transportation Fund      450,000
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      1,203,800
     From General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Fund Overhead Allocation      1,486,300
     Schedule of Programs:
     FIN Director's Office      299,800
     Payroll      1,633,300
     Payables/Disbursing      1,739,700
     Technical Services      1,626,200
     Financial Reporting      1,085,400
     Financial Information Systems      3,009,500
              It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
     Services develop and implement a mileage reimbursement program that
     requires agencies to reimburse employees for personal vehicle use at a rate
     equal to, or less than, the per mile cost of a mid-size sedan operated by the
     Division of Fleet Operations. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
     these rules be applied to Legislative Staff, the Judicial Branch and to the
     Utah System of Higher Education. The rule should make exception for
     instances where a State fleet vehicle is not available to the employee, for
     mileage reimbursements for Elected Officials of the State and members of
     Boards and Commissions who do not have access to the State fleet for use
     in their official duties.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance do
     not lapse and are to be used for maintenance, operation, and development
     of statewide accounting systems.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2001 compensation package
     for State Employees have retrospective application to June 24, 2000, to
     coincide with the State payroll period.
ITEM      61      To      Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt
     Collection
     From General Fund      179,400
     From General Fund, One-time      (179,400)
ITEM      62      To      Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
     From General Fund      3,404,900
     From General Fund, One-time      1,605,900
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      238,000
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (313,000)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Post Conviction Indigent Defense Fund      45,000
     800 MHZ Conversion      2,140,800
     LeRay McAllister Critical Land Cons Fund      2,750,000
                 It is the intent of the Legislature that the Quality Growth Commission shall hold in special reserve two-thirds of the monies received in the LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Fund after July 1, 2000. If the Utah Transit Authority does not enter an agreement for regional commuter rail right-of-way acquisition by November 15, 2000, then monies are not required to be held in special reserve.
                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds provided for 800 MHZ
     Conversion be allocated among State agencies by the Chief Information
     Officer in consultation with the Director of Information Technology Services
     according to the following criteria:
     1. New ongoing funds shall be distributed to agencies such that total
     ongoing resources for each agency are sufficient to pay annual service fees
     on radios purchased with prior year appropriations;
     2. One-time and remaining new ongoing funds shall be distributed to
     agencies for purchase of additional radios and payment of annual service
     fees.
ITEM      63      To      Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct
     Commission
     From General Fund      225,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Judicial Conduct Commission      225,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Judicial Conduct
     Commission not lapse.
ITEM      64      To      Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
     From General Fund      1,292,900
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      80,400
     Schedule of Programs:
     Purchasing and General Services      1,373,300
ITEM      65      To      Department of Administrative Services - Fleet Capitalization
     From General Fund      4,000,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Fleet Capitalization      4,000,000
INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
ITEM      66      To      Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt
     Collection
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      716,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Debt Collection      716,100
          Approved FTE Positions -      4
ITEM      67      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Purchasing
     and General Services
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      13,783,400
     From Revenue Transfers      (4,800)
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - General Services Administration      292,300
     ISF - Central Mailing      7,511,000
     ISF - Electronic Purchasing      389,200
     ISF - Publishing      5,586,100
          Approved FTE Positions -      61
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      1,703,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Purchasing and General Services
     Internal Service Fund of the Department of Administrative Services be
     allowed to add FTEs beyond the authorized level if it represents a benefit to
     the State and a decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total FTEs within
     state government shall not change with this shift of FTEs. Agencies
     transferring FTEs to Internal Service Funds shall report to the Executive
     Appropriations Committee decreased personal service expenditures and
     corresponding increased Internal Service Fund charges as a result of the
     transfer.
ITEM      68      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Information
     Technology Services
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      49,743,700
     From Federal Funds      75,000
     From Revenue Transfers      376,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Network Services      9,811,100
     ISF - Telephone Services      16,685,900
     ISF - Radio Shop      1,966,200
     ISF - Computing      16,784,200
     ISF - ITS Support Services      4,050,400
     ISF - New Technologies      101,300
     ISF - Automated Geographic Ref Ctr      796,200
          Approved FTE Positions -      242
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      6,243,600
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
     Services Division of Information Technology Services, under the direction
     of the Internal Service Fund Rate Committee, compare full-cost-recovery
     rates for the External LAN Support and Radio/Microwave Sites cost centers
     with rates for similar private sector activities. It is further the intent of the
     Legislature that the Rate Committee review the findings of any such
     comparison with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst prior to any
     future Internal Service Fund rate hearing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
     Services Division of Information Technology Services (ITS) investigate
     rates for the Disk Storage and Mainframe Computing cost centers that more
     closely reflect the actual costs of services provided by those cost centers. It
     is further the intent of the Legislature that the Rate Committee review the
     findings of any such study with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
     prior to any future Internal Service Fund rate hearing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that, for the Fiscal Year ending June 30,
     2001 only, the Department of Administrative Services Division of
     Information Technology Services use $300,000 from operating revenues to
     fund acquisition and integration activities of the Automated Geographic
     Reference Center.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
     Services, Division of Information Technology Services prepare a report
     analyzing funding options for the Automated Geographic Reference Center
     (UCA 63A-6-202) and the State Geographic Information Database (UCA
     63A-6-203). This analysis should include information on elimination of
     General Fund appropriation, rate increases necessary to cover base funding
     requirements, impacted services to customers, and effects on State
     obligations and opportunities. The Department shall report findings to the
     Executive Appropriations Committee and the Information Technology
     Commission before September 1, 2000.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Information Technology
     Services Internal Service Fund of the Department of Administrative Services
     be allowed to add FTEs beyond the authorized level if it represents a
     benefit to the State and a decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total
     FTEs within state government shall not change with this shift of FTEs.
     Agencies transferring FTEs to Internal Service Funds shall report to the
     Executive Appropriations Committee decreased personal service
     expenditures and corresponding increased Internal Service Fund charges as
     a result of the transfer.
ITEM      69      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet
     Operations
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      36,708,800
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Motor Pool      22,972,800
     ISF - Fuel Network      11,681,000
     ISF - Fleet Administration      757,500
     ISF - State Surplus Property      597,500
     ISF - Federal Surplus Property      700,000
          Approved FTE Positions -      51
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      21,278,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     maintain an accurate locator book for GasCard stations. This book should
     be available in each vehicle and on-line at the Divisions' web site for easy
     access.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     define by rule which state vehicles are to be tracked in the centralized
     management and information system. It is further the intent of the
     Legislature that the Division establish a procedure for reporting the owner,
     number, use and location of other motorized pieces of equipment.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     consider capital costs, infrastructure availability and surplus value of a
     vehicle when purchasing alternative fuel vehicles. It is also the intent of the
     Legislature that the Division purchase the most inexpensive alternative fuel
     vehicle available when replacing fleet vehicles.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
     Services, Division of Fleet Operations prepare a report for submittal to the
     Legislative Fiscal Analyst by August 1, 2000. The report shall cover the
     time period of July 1, 1999 through April 1, 2000. The report shall provide a
     detailed analysis delineating Fleet Operations business objectives,
     standards of operations and list of all fleet assets. Included within this
     report, the following specific items are to be provided: The number of
     vehicles in the fleet, the mix of vehicles in the fleet, the distribution of the
     vehicles to each rental location; the rental rates schedule by class for these
     vehicles at each rental location; the length of rental period by class at each
     rental location; and the idle vehicle count by class at each rental location.
     The report is to identify fleet usage in proportion to fleet size, in proportion
     to the fleets' asset value and in proportion to revenues obtained at each
     rental location. This analysis is to list the fixed location budget, the staffing
     budget, the repair budget, the maintenance budget and the sales and rental
     revenue associated with each rental location.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     prepare an analysis covering the vehicle status from procurement delivery
     to operation use regarding special equipment such as Public Safety
     vehicles, UDOT vehicles and other vehicles that require added work prior to
     final delivery and use.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     prepare a list of all vehicles rented from private companies and the purpose
     required to rent these vehicles including the vehicle class, rental rate and
     duration of rental. The report shall also include a list of vehicles standing
     idle during these rental periods.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     provide a list of all vehicles that were not used for a period of 20 days or
     more and list the reason and total length of time these vehicles sat idle. The
     Division shall list all vehicles identified as missing and the actions taken to
     locate these vehicles. For vehicles in accidents, the Division shall list the
     length of time the vehicle was not available for use by class and location
     and the cost associated for repairs.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     prepare a report on CNG and FFV vehicles by class, location and rental rate.
     The report shall provide the policy and analysis regarding expenditures for
     alternative fuel vehicle costs and rental rates along with frequency of use.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     provide a report detailing the number of cars purchased each year by class
     and location and a report on the number of cars are sold each year by class
     and location. The report should also detail the number of cars determined to
     be beyond repair each year by class and location. The report shall compare
     Fleet Operations policy regarding fleet size, usage, repairs, idle, private
     rental supplements and staff size with private rental car companies. The
     report shall include industry standards used to measure private rental
     companies' performance and Fleet Operations standards to measure
     performance. Fleet Operations shall report their actual performance against
     these standards and future goals to meet these standards.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     provide information regarding the use of computer technology and address
     user concerns regarding the working with this system. the value obtained
     from this database, and the assets tracked by the system.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     include in its report the number of state vehicles that are used exclusively
     by an individual _ either through assignment or by continuous rental.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
     Internal Service Fund of the Department of Administrative Services be
     allowed to add FTEs beyond the authorized level if it represents a benefit to
     the State and a decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total FTEs within
     state government shall not change with this shift of FTEs. Agencies
     transferring FTEs to Internal Service Funds shall report to the Executive
     Appropriations Committee decreased personal service expenditures and
     corresponding increased Internal Service Fund charges as a result of the
     transfer.
ITEM      70      To      Department of Administrative Services - Risk Management
     From Premiums      21,156,400
     From Interest Income      2,500,000
     From Dedicated Credits - Restricted      6,451,600
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Risk Management Administration      23,656,400
     ISF - Workers' Compensation      6,451,600
          Approved FTE Positions -      25
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      50,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Risk Management Internal
     Service Fund of the Department of Administrative Services be allowed to
     add FTEs beyond the authorized level if it represents a benefit to the State
     and a decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total FTEs within state
     government shall not change with this shift of FTEs. Agencies transferring
     FTEs to Internal Service Funds shall report to the Executive Appropriations
     Committee decreased personal service expenditures and corresponding
     increased Internal Service Fund charges as a result of the transfer.
ITEM      71      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
     Construction and Management - Facilities Management
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      17,143,600
     From Dedicated Credits - Restricted      309,100
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Facilities Management      17,452,700
          Approved FTE Positions -      118
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities and
     Construction Management Internal Service Fund of the Department of
     Administrative Services be allowed to add FTEs beyond the authorized level
     if it represents a benefit to the State and a decrease of FTEs in the user
     agency. The total FTEs within state government shall not change with this
     shift of FTEs. Agencies transferring FTEs to Internal Service Funds shall
     report to the Executive Appropriations Committee decreased personal
     service expenditures and corresponding increased Internal Service Fund
     charges as a result of the transfer.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM's internal service fund may
     add FTEs beyond the authorized level if new facilities come on line or
     maintenance agreements are requested. Any added FTEs will be reviewed
     and approved by the Legislature in the next Legislative Session.
ITEM      72      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
     Construction and Management - Roofing and Paving
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      459,900
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Roofing and Paving      459,900
          Approved FTE Positions -      6
ITEM      73      To      Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
     Construction and Management - Planning and Design
     From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue      291,600
     From Revenue Transfers      50,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     ISF - Planning and Design      341,600
          Approved FTE Positions -      5
          Authorized Capital Outlay -      35,000
CAPITAL BUDGET
ITEM      74      To      Capital Budget - DFCM Capital Program
     From General Fund      35,505,300
     From General Fund, One-time      13,400,000
     From Uniform School Fund and from revenue from taxes
     on income and taxes on intangible property      11,816,100
     From Transportation Fund, One-time      611,000
     From Federal Funds      1,170,000
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      428,000
     From Revenue Transfers      2,319,200
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      36,500
     Schedule of Programs:
     Capital Improvements      36,753,000
     Capital Planning      2,086,500
     Capital Development      26,446,600
          USU Heating Plant Design-$9,198,800
     State Hospital-Rampton II-$5,700,000
     Capitol Preservation Board-$2,086,500
     UVSC Classroom Additions-$1,465,000
     OWATC Maintenance Building-$1,669,800
     Heber Valley Historic RR Depot-$260,000
     Bear Lake Campground-$2,195,000
     Snow College South Land Purchase-$425,000
     Logan Courts Land Purchase/Design-$2,000,000
     Dixie Fine Arts Building Demolition-$220,000
     UCDHH Addition-$1,102,000
     UDOT Station-Cache Junction-$911,000
     Youth Corrections-Washington County-$1,300,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections be
     permitted to spend up to $2,500,000 in Federal VOI/TIS grant funds and up
     to $277,800 in Federal SCAAP grant funds to construct or purchase a
     privatized parole transition center(s). It is further the intent of the
     Legislature that the Department of Corrections shall consult local
     governments, hold public meetings, and inform the Executive
     Appropriations Committee before any facility is bought or constructed.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that if the demolition of the historic
     Cache County Courthouse on Main Street is demolished because of the
     Logan Courts project, that it be decided by local elected officials.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Courts work with the Division of
     Facilities Construction and Management to purchase appropriate land in
     Cache County, not to exceed $1.4 million and that DFCM hire a firm to
     complete the design of the Court House.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that no funds shall be expended for the
     National Guard American Fork project until matching Federal Funds are
     formally appropriated.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the USU heating plant
     project be used to fund design and initial construction or site preparation as
     determined to be feasible by the Division of Facilities Construction and
     Management.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM be allowed to use non-state
     funds to construct a Day Lodge at Soldier Hollow.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation for the Heber
    Valley Historic Railroad Depot is contingent on Wasatch County or any
    city or municipality within Wasatch County providing matching funds .
DEBT SERVICE
ITEM      75      To      State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
     From General Fund      73,223,900
     From Uniform School Fund and from revenue from taxes on
     income and taxes on intangible property      20,152,500
     From Centennial Highway Fund      41,104,400
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      23,565,500
     Schedule of Programs:
     Debt Service      158,046,300
COMMERCE & REVENUE
TAX COMMISSION
ITEM      76      To      Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
     From General Fund      21,338,800
     From Uniform School Fund      16,558,300
     From Transportation Fund      4,857,400
     From Federal Funds      516,200
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      4,159,100
     From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Admin Fees      5,673,800
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      4,727,800
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (2,527,800)
     Schedule of Programs:
     Administration Division      7,079,400
     Auditing Division      8,112,800
     Multi-State Tax Compact      179,600
     Technology Management      9,040,100
     Tax Processing Division      7,152,700
     Seasonal Employees      763,300
     Tax Payer Services      7,801,200
     Property Tax Division      4,112,100
     Motor Vehicles      9,123,600
     Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division      1,938,800
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Tax Commission
     report to the Executive Appropriations Committee before expending further
     resources in pursuit of the tax systems replacement.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Tax Commission may
     carry forward unexpended year end balances for costs directly related to the
     UTAX project and other computer related needs.
          It is the intent of the legislature that the Tax Commission may outsource
     accounts according to Utah Code 59-1-1101 that are not in litigation, under a
     payment agreement, assigned to a collector for active collection, or whose
     outsourcing would be in violation of state or federal law. The Tax
     Commission shall report the results of its outsourcing to the Office of Debt
     Collection, the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget and the Office of
     the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
          It is the intent of the legislature that the Tax Commission should track
     additional revenues resulting from UTAX and report the results quarterly to
     the Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governor's Office of Planning and
     Budget, and the Division of Finance.
ITEM      77      To      Utah State Tax Commission - License Plates Production
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,196,200
     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      1,939,100
     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances      (1,828,700)
     Schedule of Programs:
     License Plate Production      2,306,600
          It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM      78      To      Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
     From General Fund      2,609,000
     Schedule of Programs:
     Liquor Profits Distribution      2,609,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
WORKFORCE SERVICES
ITEM      79      To      Department of Workforce Services
     From General Fund      55,263,600
     From Federal Funds      193,300,000
     From Dedicated Credits Revenue      2,778,600
     From Revenue Transfers      3,366,200
     Schedule of Programs:
     Executive Director      559,900
     Administrative Services      36,507,600
     Adjudication Division      2,237,600
     Employment Development      30,521,900
     Regional Administration      66,237,400
     Temporary Assistance to Needy Families      49,552,000
     Food Stamp Cash Out      22,393,100
     Refugee Relocation      1,300,000
     General Assistance/SSI      4,985,300
     Workforce Investment Act      4,763,600
     Child Care      35,650,000
          It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          It is the intent of the Legislature that the amount of $878,518.00
     distributed to the Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund as a Reed Act
     Distribution be allocated to the Public Employment Service System as