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1           SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATIONS ACT
2          2001 GENERAL SESSION
3          STATE OF UTAH
4           Sponsor: Leonard M. Blackham
5      This act relates to appropriations. The act provides appropriations for the operation of state government for the fiscal
6      year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001. The act provides appropriations for the use and support of
7      certain state departments and agencies of state government and for other purposes as provided in this act. This act
8      provides an effective date.
9          Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Utah:
10      Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following sums of money are appropriated out of money not
11      otherwise appropriated from the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of certain State departments and
12      agencies for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001. This is in addition to amounts appropriated by
13      Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000.
14      EXECUTIVE OFFICES & CRIMINAL JUSTICE SUBCOMMITTEE
15      GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
16      ITEM    1    To    Governor's Office
17          From General Fund    2,100
18          Schedule of Programs:
19           Governor's Residence    2,100
20      ITEM    2    To    Governor's Office - Elections
21          From General Fund    65,000
22          Schedule of Programs:
23           Elections    65,000
24      ITEM    3    To    Governor's Office - Emergency Fund
25          From General Fund    60,000
26          Schedule of Programs:
27           Governor's Emergency Fund    60,000
28      ITEM    4    To    Governor's Office - RS-2477 Rights of Way
29          From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    496,800
30          Schedule of Programs:
31           RS-2477 Rights of Way    496,800
32                It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for R.S. 2477 Rights of Way


33           be nonlapsing.
34      ITEM    5    To    Governor's Office - Office of Planning and Budget
35          From General Fund    6,550,000
36          From Olympic Special Revenue    106,500
37          Schedule of Programs:
38           Administration    6,606,500
39           Demographic and Economic Analysis    50,000
40      ITEM    6    To    Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
41          From General Fund    36,000
42          Schedule of Programs:
43           Extraditions    36,000
44      STATE TREASURER
45      ITEM    7    To    State Treasurer
46          From General Fund    100,000
47          Schedule of Programs:
48           Treasury and Investment    100,000
49      ATTORNEY GENERAL
50      ITEM    8    To    Attorney General
51          From General Fund    (14,000)
52          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (15,200)
53          From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    107,400
54          Schedule of Programs:
55           State Counsel    78,200
56      CORRECTIONS
57      ITEM    9    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Corrections Administration
58          From General Fund    48,100
59          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
60          Schedule of Programs:
61           Executive Director    (4,100)
62           Administrative Services    52,800
63           Training    (700)
64                It is the intent of the Legislature that O-Track systems development shall
65          take priority over all other projects for allocation of carry-forward balances
66          authorized in the Division of Administration.
67      ITEM    10    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Field Operations
68          From General Fund    79,000
69          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (6,400)
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70          Schedule of Programs:
71           Administration    15,200
72           Adult Probation and Parole    57,400
73      ITEM    11    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Institutional Operations
74          From General Fund    18,164,600
75          From Federal Funds    103,000
76          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
77          Schedule of Programs:
78           DIO Administration    573,400
79           Draper Facility    603,100
80           Central Utah/Gunnison    (13,200)
81           Southern Utah/Iron County    (100)
82           Jail Contracting    17,104,200
83      ITEM    12    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Draper Medical Services
84          From General Fund    92,700
85          From Federal Funds    (100)
86          Schedule of Programs:
87           Medical Services    92,600
88      ITEM    13    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
89          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,200)
90          Schedule of Programs:
91           Utah Correctional Industries    (3,200)
92      ITEM    14    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Reimbursement
93          From General Fund    (3,600)
94          Schedule of Programs:
95           Jail Reimbursement    (3,600)
96      ITEM    15    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Contracting
97          From General Fund    (15,101,200)
98          From Federal Funds    (100,000)
99          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,000)
100          Schedule of Programs:
101           Jail Contracting    (15,204,200)
102      BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLE
103      ITEM    16    To    Board of Pardons and Parole
104          From General Fund    10,700
105          Schedule of Programs:
106           Board Of Pardons and Parole    10,700
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107      YOUTH CORRECTIONS
108      ITEM    17    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections -
109          Services
110          From General Fund    2,171,800
111          From Federal Funds    (1,000)
112          From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (1,600)
113          Schedule of Programs:
114           Administration/Case Management    1,362,600
115           Community Alternatives    702,000
116           Institutional Care    111,100
117           Alternatives to Institutional Care    (5,300)
118           Youth Receiving Centers    (1,200)
119      ITEM    18    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections -
120          Youth Parole Authority
121          From General Fund    (2,100)
122          From Federal Funds    (100)
123          Schedule of Programs:
124           Youth Parole Authority    (2,200)
125      COURTS
126      ITEM    19    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
127          From General Fund    373,300
128          From General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest    19,500
129          From General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance    35,000
130          From General Fund Restricted - Transcriptions    50,000
131          From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    152,800
132          Schedule of Programs:
133           Supreme Court    (100)
134           Court of Appeals    (300)
135           Trial Courts    384,500
136           Juvenile Courts    196,800
137           Administrative Office    14,400
138           Data Processing    35,000
139           Grants Program    300
140      ITEM    20    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness
141          Fees
142          From General Fund    600,000
143          Schedule of Programs:
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144           Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    600,000
145      ITEM    21    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
146          From General Fund    (2,600)
147          Schedule of Programs:
148           Guardian Ad Litem    (2,600)
149      PUBLIC SAFETY
150      ITEM    22    To    Department of Public Safety - Commissioner's Office
151          From General Fund    338,900
152          From Federal Funds    (1,300)
153          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
154          Schedule of Programs:
155           Commissioner's Office    144,000
156           Aero Bureau    194,700
157           Grants    (1,200)
158           Administrative Services    (100)
159      ITEM    23    To    Department of Public Safety - Comprehensive Emergency
160          Management
161          From General Fund    (100)
162          From Federal Funds    (1,800)
163          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
164          Schedule of Programs:
165           Comprehensive Emergency Management    (2,000)
166      ITEM    24    To    Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and
167          Training
168          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (400)
169          From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    20,000
170          Schedule of Programs:
171           Basic Training    (300)
172           Post Administration    19,900
173      ITEM    25    To    Department of Public Safety - Investigative and Technical
174          Services
175          From General Fund    84,000
176          From Federal Funds    (10,300)
177          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,900)
178          Schedule of Programs:
179           Administration    54,700
180           Criminal Identification Bureau    (5,300)
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181           Communications    66,700
182           State Crime Labs    (5,700)
183           Investigative Services    (39,600)
184      ITEM    26    To    Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
185          From General Fund    (11,000)
186          Schedule of Programs:
187           Liquor Law Enforcement    (11,000)
188      ITEM    27    To    Department of Public Safety - Driver License
189          From Transportation Fund Restricted - Motorcycle Education    30,000
190          Schedule of Programs:
191           Motorcycle Safety    30,000
192      ITEM    28    To    Department of Public Safety - Utah Highway Patrol Division
193          From General Fund    146,700
194          From Transportation Fund    (8,200)
195          From Federal Funds    (800)
196          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (4,900)
197          Schedule of Programs:
198           UHP Administration    (600)
199           Field Operations    149,100
200           Commercial Vehicle    (1,500)
201           Safety Inspections    (10,800)
202           Special Enforcement    (1,000)
203           Protective Services    (100)
204           Special Services    (1,500)
205           Federal Projects    (100)
206           Highway Safety    (700)
207                It is the intent of the Legislature that all troopers working for the
208          Department of Public Safety have a fully equipped vehicle assigned to them.
209           In order to satisfy this intent, The Department of Public Safety is
210          authorized to increase the size of its fleet by up to 13 vehicles to be paid
211          from existing funds. DPS will work with the Division of Fleet Operations to
212          purchase the vehicles and related equipment.
213      ITEM    29    To    Department of Public Safety - Information Management
214          From General Fund    (100)
215          Schedule of Programs:
216           Operations    (100)
217      ITEM    30    To    Department of Public Safety - Fire Marshal
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218          From General Fund    (10,600)
219          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,000)
220          From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    725,000
221          Schedule of Programs:
222           Fire Operations    7,400
223           Fire Fighter Training    705,000
224      CAPITAL FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE
225      CAPITOL PRESERVATION BOARD
226      ITEM    31    To    Capitol Preservation Board
227          From General Fund    (30,000)
228          Schedule of Programs:
229           Capitol Preservation Board    (30,000)
230      ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
231      ITEM    32    To    Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
232          From General Fund    (200)
233          Schedule of Programs:
234           Executive Director    (200)
235      ITEM    33    To    Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Administration
236          From General Fund    (3,000)
237          Schedule of Programs:
238           DFCM Administration    (3,000)
239                Under the terms of UCA 38-8-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
240          Item 57, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
241          limited to computer equipment and software in the amount of $40,000.
242      ITEM    34    To    Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Facilities
243          Management
244          From General Fund    30,000
245          Schedule of Programs:
246           Green House    30,000
247      ITEM    35    To    Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
248          From General Fund    300
249          Schedule of Programs:
250           Archives Administration    300
251                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the State Division of
252          Archives not lapse and that those funds be used to catalog documents
253          generated by former Governors.
254      ITEM    36    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance Administration
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255          From General Fund    (82,500)
256          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (3,200)
257          From General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Fund Overhead    (15,400)
258          Schedule of Programs:
259           FIN Director's Office    (1,400)
260           Payroll    (54,600)
261           Payables/Disbursing    (1,400)
262           Technical Services    (4,500)
263           Financial Reporting    (200)
264           Financial Information Systems    (39,000)
265                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance
266          not lapse.
267                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance
268          which do not lapse are to be used for maintenance, operation and
269          development of statewide accounting systems.
270      ITEM    37    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
271                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Post Conviction
272          Indigent Defense Fund shall not lapse.
273                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds in the LeRay McAllister
274          Critical Land fund shall not lapse.
275                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds provided to the Division of
276          Finance for 800 MHz Conversion in Item 62, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000
277          not lapse and that those funds not used to pay service charges be used to
278          purchase radio equipment.
279      ITEM    38    To    Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct
280          Commission
281          From General Fund    (200)
282          Schedule of Programs:
283           Judicial Conduct Commission    (200)
284                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Judicial Conduct
285          Commission not lapse.
286      ITEM    39    To    Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
287          From General Fund    (900)
288          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
289          Schedule of Programs:
290           Purchasing and General Services    (1,000)
291                It is the intent of the legislature that funds for the Division of Purchasing
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292          and General Services are non-lapsing and that those funds be used to
293          further the Division's E-commerce program.
294      INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
295      ITEM    40    To    Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt
296          Collection
297          From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    179,400
298          Schedule of Programs:
299           ISF - Debt Collection    179,400
300                In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b), the following fees are
301          approved for the services of the Office of State Debt Collection for FY 2001.
302           These fees are in addition to those approved in Chapter 344 Section 2, Laws
303           of Utah 2000.
304          Collection Penalty - 5.00%
305          Collection Interest - 8.00%
306          Administrative Collection Fee - 17.00%
307      CAPITAL BUDGET
308      ITEM    41    To    Capital Budget - DFCM Capital Program
309          From Income Tax    134,113,000
310          Schedule of Programs:
311           Capital Development    134,113,000
312                Funded Projects
313          USU Heating Plant - 29,713,400
314          Dixie College Graff Bldg. - 14,088,800
315          Snow Performing Arts Bldg. - 16,086,800
316          U of U Engineering Building - 2,315,000
317          Bridgerland ATC - 652,000
318          Higher Education Classroom Package - 71,257,000
319           CEU Main Building
320           WSU Davis Campus
321           USU Engineering Building
322           UVSC Classroom Building
323                It is the intent of the Legislature that no state funds shall be expended
324          nor shall bonds be issued for the National Guard American Fork project until
325           Federal Funds are formally appropriated.
326                It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM shall use up to $585,000 from
327           the Project Reserve Fund to hire or contract for employees to assist in the
328          management of construction projects approved during the 2001 General
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329          Session. This funding shall not be used to hire additional permanent staff.
330                It is the intent of the Legislature that Youth Corrections provide
331          programmatic exercise space at the lowest cost possible both for
332          construction and ongoing operations when constructing new facilities.
333                It is the intent of the Legislature that interest earnings from tax funds set
334          aside as escrow for construction projects shall accrue to the benefit of the
335          State.
336                It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM create a bid package to
337          design and construct new classroom/laboratory facilities at the College of
338          Eastern Utah, Utah Valley State College, Utah State University and Weber
339          State University (Davis Campus).
340                It is the intent of the Legislature that the state funds appropriated for
341          capital projects not include funding for art.
342      DEBT SERVICE
343      ITEM    42    To    State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
344          From Centennial Highway Fund    3,079,000
345          Schedule of Programs:
346           Debt Service    3,079,000
347      COMMERCE & REVENUE SUBCOMMITTEE
348      TAX COMMISSION
349      ITEM    43    To    Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
350          From General Fund    (24,900)
351          From Uniform School Fund    22,500
352          From Federal Funds    (100)
353          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,800)
354          From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees    3,300
355          Schedule of Programs:
356           Administration Division    (3,000)
357           Auditing Division    (2,100)
358           Technology Management    (29,300)
359           Tax Processing Division    52,700
360           Tax Payer Services    (9,900)
361           Property Tax Division    (3,400)
362           Motor Vehicles    (3,700)
363           Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    (2,300)
364                It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Tax Commission
365          carry forward unexpended year-end balances for costs directly related to the
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366           modernization of tax and motor vehicle systems and processes.
367      WORKFORCE SERVICES
368      ITEM    44    To    Department of Workforce Services
369          From General Fund    (50,500)
370          From Federal Funds    6,856,700
371          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,800)
372          From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    (8,200)
373          Schedule of Programs:
374           Executive Director    (2,000)
375           Employment Development    (162,400)
376           Administration and Service Delivery Support    (4,300)
377           Regional Administration    6,964,900
378      ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL
379      ITEM    45    To    Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
380          From Liquor Control Fund    347,400
381          Schedule of Programs:
382           Warehouse and Distribution    2,000
383           Stores and Agencies    345,400
384      LABOR COMMISSION
385      ITEM    46    To    Labor Commission
386          From General Fund    21,400
387          From Federal Funds    (4,200)
388          From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety    99,600
389          From Employers' Reinsurance Fund    (400)
390          From Uninsured Employers' Fund    (100)
391          Schedule of Programs:
392           Administration    (500)
393           Industrial Accidents    (1,200)
394           Adjudication    (200)
395           Division of Safety    23,700
396           Workplace Safety    99,600
397           Anti-Discrimination    (2,200)
398           Utah Occupational Safety and Health    (2,900)
399                It is the intent of the Legislature that fees collected from sponsoring and
400          holding seminars be made nonlapsing, allowing the agency to continue to
401          offer yearly training seminars using funds collected from fees.
402                Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature makes nonlapsing Item
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403           81, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is limited
404          to: Computer Equipment and Software - $50,000.
405      COMMERCE
406      ITEM    47    To    Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
407          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (10,300)
408          From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    52,500
409          Schedule of Programs:
410           Administration    12,000
411           Occupational & Professional Licensing    (10,300)
412           Securities    (2,700)
413           Consumer Protection    (1,900)
414           Corporations and Commercial Code    48,800
415           Real Estate    (1,700)
416           Public Utilities    (1,400)
417           Committee of Consumer Services    (600)
418                It is the intent of the Legislature that unexpended balances of Item 82,
419          Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000, the Committee of Consumer Services be
420          transferred from its Administrative Budget for FY 2001 to its Professional
421          and Technical Services budget for the same year and that the transferred
422          funds be made nonlapsing.
423                Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature makes nonlapsing Item
424           82, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is limited
425          to: Capital equipment, improvements and computer system development --
426          $735,000.
427      INSURANCE
428      ITEM    48    To    Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
429                Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature makes nonlapsing Item
430           88, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is limited
431          to: Computer systems, including hardware, software and training - $90,000.
432      PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
433      ITEM    49    To    Public Service Commission
434          From General Fund    50,000
435          Schedule of Programs:
436           Public Service Commission    50,000
437      ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES SUBCOMMITTEE
438      COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
439      ITEM    50    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Incentive
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440          Funds
441          From General Fund    11,764,600
442          From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance    (10,764,600)
443          Schedule of Programs:
444           Custom Fit    1,000,000
445                It is the intent of the Legislature that $2,000,000 of these funds be used
446          for the relocation of the Kuhni Rendering Plant. It is further the intent of the
447           Legislature that these funds be matched with non-state funds on a
448          two-to-one basis for every dollar of state funds.
449      ITEM    51    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Business
450          and Economic Development
451          From General Fund    180,800
452          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (5,000)
453          From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (24,600)
454          Schedule of Programs:
455           Administration    350,000
456           Office of Veteran's Affairs    (198,800)
457                The Legislature intends that $350,000 of appropriated funds be used for
458          Hill Air Force Base easements.
459      ITEM    52    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Fine Arts
460          From General Fund    43,000
461          Schedule of Programs:
462           Administration    43,000
463      ITEM    53    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - State
464          Library
465          From General Fund    (880,000)
466          From Federal Funds    55,700
467          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    264,300
468          From Library Donation Expendable Trust    (320,000)
469          Schedule of Programs:
470           Library Development    (880,000)
471      ITEM    54    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Community
472           Development
473          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,040,000
474          Schedule of Programs:
475           Weatherization Assistance    550,000
476           Community Services    65,000
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477           Commission on Volunteers    425,000
478      ITEM    55    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Community
479           Development Capital Budget
480          From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    (844,600)
481          From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus    844,600
482      UTAH TECHNOLOGY FINANCE CORPORATION
483      ITEM    56    To    Utah Technology Finance Corporation
484                The Legislature intends to deposit in the Industrial Assistance Fund any
485          proceeds in excess of $4,000,000 paid to the state from the liquidation of
486          Utah Technology Finance Corporation, whether these proceeds come from
487          cash, sale of real property, or collection of accounts receivable.
488      HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES SUBCOMMITTEE
489      HEALTH
490      ITEM    57    To    Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
491          From General Fund    185,700
492          From Federal Funds    (600)
493          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,000)
494          From Revenue Transfers    (400)
495          Schedule of Programs:
496           Executive Director    87,700
497           Program Operations    (600)
498           Medical Examiner    99,800
499           Center for Health Data    (3,200)
500                It is the intent of the Legislature that supplemental funds appropriated for
501           the Medical Examiner be considered nonlapsing.
502      ITEM    58    To    Department of Health - Veterans' Nursing Home
503          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
504          Schedule of Programs:
505           Veterans' Nursing Home    (300)
506      ITEM    59    To    Department of Health - Health Systems Improvement
507          From General Fund    (4,200)
508          From Federal Funds    (2,400)
509          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
510          From General Fund Restricted - Medicaid Restricted Account    (200)
511          From Revenue Transfers    (1,700)
512          Schedule of Programs:
513           Director's Office    100
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514           Emergency Medical Services    (1,000)
515           Licensing    (4,300)
516           Program Certification and Resident Assessment    (2,900)
517           Primary Care, Rural, and Ethnic Health    (500)
518                Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.l, the Legislature intends not to lapse
519          Item 120, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah, 2000. Expenditures of these funds is
520          limited to the following:
521          Computer Equipment/Software - $10,000
522          Employee Training/Incentives - $40,000
523          Special Projects/Studies - $30,000
524      ITEM    60    To    Department of Health - Epidemiology and Laboratory Services
525          From General Fund    328,900
526          From Federal Funds    (800)
527          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
528          Schedule of Programs:
529           Director's Office    13,600
530           Environmental Chemistry and Toxicology    100
531           Laboratory Improvement    339,800
532           Microbiology    (300)
533           HIV/AIDS/TB Control/Refugee Health    (600)
534           Food Safety and Environmental Health    (100)
535           Epidemiology    (24,700)
536                It is the intent of the Legislature that supplemental funds appropriated for
537           the purchase of laboratory equipment be considered nonlapsing.
538                Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.l, the Legislature intends not to lapse
539          Item 124, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah, 2000. Expenditures of these funds is
540          limited to the following:
541          GC Spectrometer - $70,000
542          Replacement glassware washer - $20,000
543          Computer upgrades - $10,000
544      ITEM    61    To    Department of Health - Community and Family Health Services
545          From General Fund    89,100
546          From Federal Funds    (8,300)
547          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (2,000)
548          From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    (1,100)
549          From Revenue Transfers    (800)
550          Schedule of Programs:
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551           Director's Office    (9,400)
552           Health Education    96,300
553           Maternal and Child Health    (7,200)
554           Children with Special Health Care Needs    (2,800)
555                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated from the
556          Tobacco Settlement Restricted Account be considered nonlapsing.
557                It is the intent of the Legislature that supplemental funds for Youth
558          Suicide Prevention be considered nonlapsing.
559      ITEM    62    To    Department of Health - Health Care Financing
560          From General Fund    (78,000)
561          From Federal Funds    (10,600)
562          From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Facility Account    1,600,000
563          Schedule of Programs:
564           Director's Office    1,542,400
565           Financial Services    (13,800)
566           Managed Health Care    (800)
567           Medicaid Operations    (1,100)
568           Eligibility Services    (2,400)
569           Coverage and Reimbursement    (900)
570           Contracts    (10,700)
571           Utah Medical Assistance    (1,300)
572                It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
573          Health contract with the Department of Human Services in FY 2002 to
574          fund $1.6 million worth of services provided by the Division
575          of Services for People with Disabilities to people with
576          disabilities whose names are on the critical needs waiting list.
577                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds from the Nursing Facility
578          Restricted Account are considered nonlapsing.
579      ITEM    63    To    Department of Health - Medical Assistance
580          From General Fund    (200)
581          From General Fund Restricted - Medicaid Restricted Account    1,400,000
582          From Revenue Transfers    (100)
583          Schedule of Programs:
584           Utah Medical Assistance Program    1,399,700
585                It is the intent of the Legislature that supplemental funds appropriated for
586           the Utah Medical Assistance Program be considered nonlapsing.
587                It is the intent of the Legislature that all pharmacy rebate monies received
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588           by the Medical Assistance Program be used to fund the Medical
589          Assistance Program and the Utah Medical Assistance Program, and be
590          considered nonlapsing.
591      ITEM    64    To    Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
592          From Federal Funds    (100)
593          Schedule of Programs:
594           Children's Health Insurance Program    (100)
595      HUMAN SERVICES
596      ITEM    65    To    Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
597          From General Fund    62,900
598          From Federal Funds    (6,100)
599          Schedule of Programs:
600           Executive Director's Office    (900)
601           Legal Affairs    (900)
602           Information Technology    (3,600)
603           Fiscal Operations    (800)
604           Human Resources    (5,600)
605           Special Projects    69,800
606           Children's Ombudsman    (100)
607           Developmental Disabilities Council    (300)
608           Foster Care Citizens Review Boards    (800)
609                Under terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse Item
610          130, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditures of these funds are limited
611           to the following:
612          Computer Equipment / Software $30,000
613          Special Projects: Web Development 70,000
614      ITEM    66    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Mental Health
615          From General Fund    401,300
616          From Federal Funds    (200)
617          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    35,700
618          From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    115,200
619          Schedule of Programs:
620           Administration    (1,400)
621           State Hospital    553,400
622                Under terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse Item
623          131, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditures of these funds are limited
624           to the following:
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625          Equipment / Supplies $25,000
626      ITEM    67    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse
627          From General Fund    (300)
628          From Federal Funds    (300)
629          Schedule of Programs:
630           Administration    (600)
631                Under terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse Item
632          132, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditures of these funds are limited
633           to the following:
634          Computer Equipment / Software $12,500
635      ITEM    68    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Services for People
636          with Disabilities
637          From General Fund    65,100
638          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    11,400
639          From General Fund Restricted - Trust for People with Disabilities    (200,000)
640          From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    203,700
641          Schedule of Programs:
642           Administration    (152,100)
643           Service Delivery    (6,700)
644           State Developmental Center    239,000
645                It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for the Division
646          of Services for People with Disabilities for FY 2001 be non-lapsing.
647                It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Services for People
648          with Disabilities, through the Attorney General's Office, continue to seek
649          dismissal of the Lisa P. Settlement agreement at the earliest possible date. It
650          is also the intent of the Legislature that the Division and the Attorney
651          General's Office provide a written report on the status of the Lisa P.
652          agreement during each 2001 interim meeting of the Health and Human
653          Services Interim Committee, beginning in April, until the settlement
654          agreement is finally dismissed. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
655          the Division and the Attorney General's Office report on the status of the
656          Lisa P. Settlement agreement to the 2002 Health and Human Services
657          Appropriations Subcommittee.
658      ITEM    69    To    Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
659          From General Fund    (28,800)
660          From Federal Funds    (45,200)
661          From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (1,100)
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662          From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    (4,500)
663          Schedule of Programs:
664           Financial Services    (10,000)
665           Electronic Technology    (54,300)
666           Child Support Services    (15,400)
667           Investigations and Collections    100
668      ITEM    70    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family
669          Services
670          From General Fund    911,400
671          From Federal Funds    1,269,500
672          From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    600
673          Schedule of Programs:
674           Administration    10,800
675           Service Delivery    (53,700)
676           Adoption Assistance    2,224,400
677                Under terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse Item
678          135 Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditures of these funds are limited
679          to the following:
680          Computer Equipment / Software $50,000
681                It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2001 supplemental
682          appropriation for adoption assistance be nonlapsing.
683      ITEM    71    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult
684          Services
685          From General Fund    (2,500)
686          From Federal Funds    (300)
687          Schedule of Programs:
688           Administration    (800)
689           Adult Protective Services    (2,000)
690      HIGHER EDUCATION SUBCOMMITTEE
691      UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
692      ITEM    72    To    University of Utah - Education and General
693          From General Fund    800
694          From Income Tax    1,629,500
695          Schedule of Programs:
696           Education and General    1,630,300
697      ITEM    73    To    University of Utah - Area Health Education Centers
698          From General Fund    900
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699          Schedule of Programs:
700           Area Health Education Centers    900
701 UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY
702 ITEM    74    To    Utah State University - Education and General
703     From General Fund    (200)
704     From Income Tax    1,179,300
705     Schedule of Programs:
706      Education and General    1,179,100
707 ITEM    75    To    Utah State University - Coopertive Extension Division
708     From General Fund    (200)
709     Schedule of Programs:
710      Cooperative Extension Services    (200)
711 WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY
712 ITEM    76    To    Weber State University - Education and General
713     From General Fund    (1,100)
714     From Income Tax    355,100
715     Schedule of Programs:
716      Education and General    354,000
717 SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
718 ITEM    77    To    Southern Utah University - Education and General
719     From General Fund    (12,000)
720     Schedule of Programs:
721      Education and General    (12,000)
722 SNOW COLLEGE
723 ITEM    78    To    Snow College - Education and General
724     From General Fund    (1,900)
725     Schedule of Programs:
726      Education and General    (1,900)
727 ITEM    79    To    Snow College - Snow College South
728     From General Fund    (1,700)
729     Schedule of Programs:
730      Snow South Education and General    (1,700)
731 DIXIE STATE COLLEGE
732 ITEM    80    To    Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
733     From General Fund    (500)
734     Schedule of Programs:
735      Education and General    (500)
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736 COLLEGE OF EASTERN UTAH
737 ITEM    81    To    College of Eastern Utah - Education and General
738     From General Fund    (100)
739     From Income Tax    20,800
740     Schedule of Programs:
741      Education and General    20,700
742 UTAH VALLEY STATE COLLEGE
743 ITEM    82    To    Utah Valley State College - Education and General
744     From General Fund    (1,800)
745     Schedule of Programs:
746      Education and General    (1,800)
747 SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
748 ITEM    83    To    Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
749     From General Fund    100
750     From Income Tax    97,200
751     Schedule of Programs:
752      Education and General    97,300
753 STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
754 ITEM    84    To    State Board of Regents - Student Aid
755     From Income Tax    40,000
756     Schedule of Programs:
757      New Century Scholarships    40,000
758 UTAH EDUCATION NETWORK
759 ITEM    85    To    Utah Education Network - UtahLINK
760     From General Fund    (200)
761     Schedule of Programs:
762      UtahLINK    (200)
763 NATURAL RESOURCES SUBCOMMITTEE
764 NATURAL RESOURCES
765 ITEM    86    To    Department of Natural Resources - Administration
766     From General Fund    (1,100)
767     Schedule of Programs:
768      Administrative Services    (1,100)
769           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
770     Item 201, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
771     limited to:
772     Computer Equipment/Software: $30,000
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773     Employee Training/Incentives: $10,000
774     Equipment/Supplies: $30,000
775     Special Projects/Studies: $30,000
776 ITEM    87    To    Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
777     From General Fund Restricted - Species Protection    400,000
778     Schedule of Programs:
779      Species Protection    400,000
780 ITEM    88    To    Department of Natural Resources - Building Operations
781           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
782     Item 203, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
783     limited to:
784     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $10,000
785     Equipment/Supplies: $5,000
786     Special Projects/Studies: $10,000
787 ITEM    89    To    Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State Lands
788     From General Fund    5,500,300
789     From Federal Funds    (800)
790     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
791     From General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management    9,000
792     Schedule of Programs:
793      Administrative Services    (1,400)
794      Fire Suppression    5,500,000
795      Program Delivery Cooperators    9,600
796           It is the intent of the Legislature that any unexpended balances from the
797     $5,500,000 FY 2001 supplemental General Fund appropriation for wildland
798     fire suppression be transferred to the Wildland Fire Suppression Fund
799     created in UCA 65A-8-6.1.
800 ITEM    90    To    Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
801     From General Fund    (600)
802     From Federal Funds    (1,500)
803     From General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account    1,373,000
804     From Fixed Collections    (1,373,600)
805     Schedule of Programs:
806      Administration    (2,700)
807           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
808     Item 206, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
809     limited to:
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810     Computer Equipment/Software: $45,000
811     Employee Training/Incentives: $30,000
812     Equipment/Supplies: $20,000
813     Special Projects/Studies: $5,000
814 ITEM    91    To    Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
815     From General Fund    1,100
816     From Federal Funds    4,800
817     From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat    (600)
818     From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    9,600
819     Schedule of Programs:
820      Administration    10,700
821      Public Services    4,800
822      Habitat Council    (600)
823 ITEM    92    To    Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
824     From General Fund    15,300
825     From Federal Funds    100
826     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    11,300
827     From General Fund Restricted - Boating    21,900
828     From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    (1,000)
829     Schedule of Programs:
830      Park Operations    32,600
831      Boating    15,000
832           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
833     Item 213, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
834     limited to:
835     Computer Equipment/Software: $21,000
836     Employee Training/Incentives: $39,000
837     Equipment/Supplies: $55,000
838     Planning Projects: $25,000
839     Interns: $10,000
840 ITEM    93    To    Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation Capital
841     Budget
842     From General Fund    10,000,000
843     Schedule of Programs:
844      Facilities Acquisition and Development    10,000,000
845           It is the intent of the Legislature that $2,000,000 of the $10,000,000
846     appropriated for Parks improvements be expended at Green River State Park.
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847 ITEM    94    To    Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
848     From General Fund    (500)
849     From Federal Funds    (400)
850     From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    (100)
851     Schedule of Programs:
852      Administration    (500)
853      Applied Geology    (500)
854           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
855     Item 215, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
856     limited to:
857     Computer Equipment/Software: $20,000
858     Employee Training/Incentives: $5,000
859 ITEM    95    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
860     From General Fund    (300)
861     From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    (500)
862     Schedule of Programs:
863      Administration    (300)
864      Construction    (500)
865           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
866     Item 216, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
867     limited to:
868     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $10,000
869     Computer Equipment/Software: $25,000
870     Employee Training/Incentives: $4,000
871     Equipment/Supplies: $5,000
872     Printing/Binding: $10,000
873     Office Equipment/Furnishings: $6,000
874 ITEM    96    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
875     From General Fund    (2,800)
876     Schedule of Programs:
877      Administration    (2,800)
878           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
879     Item 221, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
880     limited to:
881     Computer Equipment/Software: $25,000
882     GIS Equipment: $25,000
883 AGRICULTURE
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884 ITEM    97    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Administration
885     From General Fund    (4,900)
886     From Federal Funds    (1,100)
887     From Revenue Transfers    (100)
888     Schedule of Programs:
889      General Administration    (5,400)
890      Environmental Quality    (300)
891      Marketing and Development    (400)
892           It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Agriculture and
893     Food transfer any lapsing unrestricted balances from FY 2001
894     appropriations to the FY 2001 Grain Inspection Program.
895           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
896     Item 222, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
897     limited to:
898     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $294,000
899     Laboratory Equipment/Supplies: $350,000
900     Computer Equipment/Software: $215,000
901     Employee Training/Incentives: $85,000
902     Equipment/Supplies: $95,000
903     Special Projects/Studies: $93,000
904     Hazardous Waste Disposal: $10,000
905     Brucellosis Vaccine: $10,000
906     Small Tools: $1,000
907           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
908     Item 223, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
909     limited to:
910     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $21,000
911     Computer Equipment/Software: $13,000
912     Employee Training/Incentives: $12,000
913     Equipment/Supplies: $16,000
914     Special Projects/Studies: $10,000
915           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
916     Item 225, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
917     limited to:
918     Computer Equipment/Software: $30,000
919     Employee Training/Incentives: $10,000
920     Equipment/Supplies: $5,000
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921     Uniforms: $5,000
922     Workshops: $5,000
923     Printing: $5,000
924           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
925     Item 229, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
926     limited to:
927     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $5,500
928     Computer Equipment/Software: $2,200
929     Employee Training/Incentives: $5,000
930     Equipment/Supplies: $12,800
931           Under the terms of UCA 63-38-8.1, the Legislature intends not to lapse
932     Item 232, Chapter 344, Laws of Utah 2000. Expenditure of these funds is
933     limited to:
934     Capital Equipment or Improvements: $10,000
935     Computer Equipment/Software: $10,000
936     Employee Training/Incentives: $5,000
937     Equipment/Supplies: $10,000
938     Special Projects/Studies: $5,000
939 ITEM    98    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Resource Conservation
940     From General Fund    (300)
941     Schedule of Programs:
942      Resource Conservation    (300)
943 PUBLIC EDUCATION
944 ITEM    99    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education
945     From Uniform School Fund    (13,100)
946     From Federal Funds    (3,100)
947     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (200)
948     From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    (300)
949     Schedule of Programs:
950      Board of Education    (500)
951      Instructional Services    (5,000)
952      Agency Support    (6,600)
953      Planning and Project Services    (1,700)
954      Applied Technology Education    (2,900)
955 ITEM    100    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
956     From Uniform School Fund    (394,000)
957     From Federal Funds    (5,200)
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958     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
959     Schedule of Programs:
960      Rehabilitation Administration    5,800
961      Blind and Visually Impaired    (390,600)
962      Rehabilitation Services    (11,500)
963      Disability Determination    (3,000)
964      Deaf and Hard of Hearing    200
965 ITEM    101    To    State Board of Education - School for the Deaf and Blind
966     From Uniform School Fund    215,100
967     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (300)
968     From Revenue Transfers - Interagency    (700)
969     Schedule of Programs:
970      Instruction    217,700
971      Support Services    (3,600)
972 ITEM    102    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child
973     Nutrition
974     From Federal Funds    (400)
975     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (100)
976     Schedule of Programs:
977      Child Nutrition    (500)
978 ITEM    103    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Educational
979     Contracts
980     From Uniform School Fund    55,100
981     Schedule of Programs:
982      State Developmental Center    55,100
983 ITEM    104    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Electronic
984     High School
985     From Uniform School Fund    200,000
986     Schedule of Programs:
987      Electronic High School    200,000
988 ITEM    105    To    State Board of Education - Minimum School Program - Concurrent
989     Enrollment
990     From Uniform School Fund    650,000
991     Schedule of Programs:
992      Concurrent Enrollment    650,000
993 ITEM    106    To    State Board of Education - Minimum School Program - School
994     Trust Lands
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995     From Uniform School Fund    125,000
996     Schedule of Programs:
997      School Trust Lands    125,000
998 ISF - PUBLIC EDUCATION
999 ITEM    107    To    State Board of Education - Internal Service Fund
1000     From Revenue Transfers    (1,800)
1001     Schedule of Programs:
1002      ISF - State Board ISF    (1,800)
1003 ITEM    108    To    State Board of Education - Indirect Cost Pool
1004     From Revenue Transfers    (100)
1005     Schedule of Programs:
1006      ISF - USOE Indirect Cost Pool    (100)
1007 TRANSPORTATION & ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY SUBCOMMITTEE
1008 NATIONAL GUARD
1009 ITEM    109    To    Utah National Guard - Utah National Guard
1010     From General Fund    169,200
1011     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,000
1012     From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    36,900
1013     From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (36,900)
1014     Schedule of Programs:
1015      Veterans' Affairs    174,200
1016 ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
1017 ITEM    110    To    Department of Environmental Quality
1018     From General Fund    295,200
1019     From Federal Funds    (4,800)
1020     From Dedicated Credits Revenue    (4,000)
1021     From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    199,100
1022     From General Fund Restricted - Voluntary Cleanup    32,500
1023     From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    (100)
1024     Schedule of Programs:
1025      Director's Office    281,800
1026      Environmental Response/Remediation    32,500
1027      Radiation Control    203,600
1028           In accordance with Section 63-38-3.2, the following fees are approved for
1029     the services of the Department of Environmental Quality for FY 2001. These
1030      fees are in addition to those approved in Chapter 344 Section 2, Laws of
1031     Utah 2000.
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1032     Annual Generator Site Access License
1033      1-100 cubic feet - 500.00
1034      > 100 cubic feet - 1,300.00
1035      Broker/Collector - 5,000.00
1036           It is the intent of the Legislature that the $125,000 appropriated to the
1037     Department of Environmental Quality from the Environmental Quality
1038     Restricted Account for the development of a Generator Site Access license
1039     data base and electronic license system be nonlapsing until the design and
1040     implementation of the system is completed. At the end of the fiscal year in
1041     which the system is completed, any funds remaining from the appropriation
1042     will lapse into the Environmental Quality Restricted Account.
1043           It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for the purpose
1044     of addressing high level nuclear waste be non-lapsing.
1045           It is the intent of the Legislature that the Executive Director of the
1046     Department of Environmental Quality may accept and expend funds under
1047     the provision of UCA 19-1-202 (2) (c) for review of Radioactive Waste
1048     license amendments for disposal of Containerized Class A Low Level
1049     Radioactive Waste. Any funding received by the Executive Director for
1050     review of radioactive waste license amendments for disposal of
1051     Containerized A Low Level Radioactive Waste shall be nonlapsing.
1052 TRANSPORTATION
1053 ITEM    111    To    Department of Transportation - Support Services
1054     From Transportation Fund    315,800
1055     Schedule of Programs:
1056      Administrative Services    87,400
1057      Loss Management    154,600
1058      Data Processing    73,800
1059           Under the terms of Section 68-38-8.1 Utah Code Annotated, Item 256 of
1060     Chapter 344 Laws of Utah 2000 is made nonlapsing with the use of any
1061     nonlapsing funds limited to the following:
1062     Computer Equipment - $350,000
1063     Training/Incentives - $100,000
1064     Performance Audits - $80,000
1065 ITEM    112    To    Department of Transportation - Engineering Services
1066     From Transportation Fund    149,000
1067     Schedule of Programs:
1068      Safety Operations    (24,300)
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1069      Program Development    (56,800)
1070      Engineering Services    230,100
1071 ITEM    113    To    Department of Transportation - Maintenance Management
1072     From Transportation Fund    (21,800)
1073     From Federal Funds    18,000
1074     Schedule of Programs:
1075      District 2    33,400
1076      District 3    (37,200)
1077           Under the terms of Section 68-38-8.1 Utah Code Annotated, Item 258 of
1078     Chapter 344 Laws of Utah 2000 is made nonlapsing with the use of any
1079     nonlapsing funds limited to the following:
1080     Contractual Maintenance - $800,000
1081 ITEM    114    To    Department of Transportation - Construction Management
1082     From Transportation Fund    (912,700)
1083     From Federal Funds    (35,400)
1084     Schedule of Programs:
1085      Construction Management    109,000
1086      Field Crews    (271,900)
1087      Federal Construction - New    102,700
1088      State Construction - New    (554,700)
1089      I-15 Team    (333,200)
1090 ITEM    115    To    Department of Transportation - District Management
1091     From Transportation Fund    469,700
1092     From Federal Funds    17,400
1093     Schedule of Programs:
1094      Region 1    122,400
1095      Region 2    94,500
1096      Region 3    213,400
1097      Region 4    56,800
1098 ITEM    116    To    Department of Transportation - Equipment Management
1099           Under the terms of Section 68-38-8.1 Utah Code Annotated, Item 261 of
1100     Chapter 344 Laws of Utah 2000 is made nonlapsing with the use of any
1101     nonlapsing funds limited to the following:
1102     Equipment Purchases - $477,900
1103 ITEM    117    To    Department of Transportation - Aeronautics
1104           Under the terms of Section 68-38-8.1 Utah Code Annotated, Item 262 of
1105     Chapter 344 Laws of Utah 2000 is made nonlapsing with the use of any
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1106     nonlapsing funds limited to the following:
1107     Airport Construction - $100,000
1108 ITEM    118    To    Department of Transportation - Centennial Highway Program
1109     From General Fund    3,079,000
1110     From Centennial Highway Fund    (3,079,000)
1111 Section 2. Section 1 takes effect upon approval by the Governor, or the day following the constitutional time limit of Article VII,
1112 Section 8 without the Governor's signature, or in the case of a veto, the date of override.
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