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APPROPRIATIONS ACT

         
2002 GENERAL SESSION

         
STATE OF UTAH

         
Sponsor: Leonard M. Blackham

          This act funds appropriations and reductions for the support of state government for the fiscal year beginning
          July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2003. The act provides intent language governing expenditures, and
          approves fees. This act takes effect on July 1, 2002.
              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, or reduced out of money previously 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.
          LEGISLATURE
          ITEM    1    To    Legislature - Senate
              From    General Fund
1,644,300

              From    General Fund, One-time
(43,900)

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
890,800

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(890,800)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,539,900
              Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    33,200
              Dues to Council of State Governments    27,300
          ITEM    2    To    Legislature - House of Representatives
              From    General Fund
2,678,400

              From    General Fund, One-time
(71,600)

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
385,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(385,600)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    2,486,000
              Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    66,300
              Dues to Council of State Governments    54,500
          ITEM    3    To    Legislature - Office of the Legislative Auditor General
              From    General Fund
1,977,900

              From    General Fund, One-time
(52,600)


              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
449,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(325,300)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    2,049,600
          ITEM    4    To    Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
              From    General Fund
2,098,000

              From    General Fund, One-time
(55,900)

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
760,700

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(736,200)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration and Research    2,066,600
          ITEM    5    To    Legislature - Legislative Printing
              From    General Fund
523,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
319,600

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
321,900

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(321,900)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    843,000
          ITEM    6    To    Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
              From    General Fund
5,086,400

              From    General Fund, One-time
(134,600)

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
483,900

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(483,900)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    4,951,800
          ITEM    7    To    Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
                           - Tax Review Commission
              From    General Fund
50,000

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
3,900

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(3,900)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Tax Review Commission    50,000
          ITEM    8    To    Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
                          - Constitutional Revision Commission
              From    General Fund
55,000

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
7,700

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(7,700)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Constitutional Revision Commission    55,000
          EXECUTIVE OFFICES & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
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          GOVERNOR'S OFFICE
          ITEM    9    To    Governor's Office
              From    General Fund
2,261,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
68,400

              From    Revenue Transfers - Environmental Quality
4,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Health
6,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Human Services
6,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources
3,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services
4,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,737,400
              Governor's Residence    268,100
              Washington Office    221,200
              Task Forces    61,400
              Constitutional Defense Council    42,600
              Commission for Women and Families    21,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Governor's Office be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    10    To    Governor's Office - Elections
              From    General Fund
774,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Elections    774,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Elections be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    11    To    Governor's Office - Emergency Fund
              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
102,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Governor's Emergency Fund    102,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Emergency Fund be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    12    To    Governor's Office - RS-2477 Rights of Way
              From    General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense
2,000,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              RS-2477 Rights of Way    2,000,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for R.S. 2477 Rights of Way
              be nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds expended from the R.S. 2477
              Fund be used for litigation designed to quiet title to existing rights of way
              established before 1976 under R.S. 2477 guidelines. It is further the intent of
              the Legislature that the Governor or his designee shall present a report to the
              Legislature during each General Session detailing activities funded within this
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              line item.
          ITEM    13    To    Governor's Office - Office of Planning and Budget
              From    General Fund
3,534,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
144,500

              From    Olympic Special Revenue Fund
355,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Administrative Services
13,500

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commerce Department
2,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
10,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Corrections
9,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Community and Economic Development
302,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Environmental Quality
2,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Health
14,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Human Resource Management
1,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Human Services
28,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Insurance Department
2,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources
4,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
1,400

              From    Revenue Transfers - Public Safety
10,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Transportation
12,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Trust Lands Administration
25,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Utah State Tax Commission
17,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services
38,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,082,800
              Planning and Budget Analysis    795,700
              Demographic and Economic Analysis    842,900
              Information Technology    1,009,700
              State and Local Planning    794,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Office of Planning
              and Budget be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    14    To    Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
              From    General Fund
1,508,400

              From    Federal Funds
15,219,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
65,000

              From    Crime Victims Reparation Trust
819,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              CCJJ Commission    11,958,500
              Crime Victim Reparations    4,715,700
              Extraditions    276,300
              Substance Abuse and Anti-violence    240,700
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              Sentencing Commission    210,800
              Crime Prevention Grant    210,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Commission on Criminal and
              Juvenile Justice study the question of how costs can be reduced by further
              implementing intermediate sanctions, including drug treatment programs, in
              lieu of incarceration without compromising public safety. Findings and
              recommendations are to be reported to the Legislature through progress
              reports submitted to the Judiciary Interim Committee and the Law
              Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee during their October
              2002 meetings and to the Executive Offices and Criminal Justice Joint
              Appropriations Subcommittee during one of its 2003 General Session
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Commission on
              Criminal and Juvenile Justice be nonlapsing.
          STATE AUDITOR
          ITEM    15    To    State Auditor
              From    General Fund
2,888,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
690,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    276,000
              Auditing    2,913,100
              State and Local Government    389,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Auditor be
              nonlapsing.
          STATE TREASURER
          ITEM    16    To    State Treasurer
              From    General Fund
841,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
188,200

              From    Unclaimed Property Trust
1,160,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Treasury and Investment    881,900
              Unclaimed Property    1,160,100
              Money Management Council    81,400
              Financial Assistance    66,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Treasurer be
              nonlapsing.
          ATTORNEY GENERAL
          ITEM    17    To    Attorney General
              From    General Fund
15,625,000

              From    Federal Funds
950,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
10,941,900

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              From    General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund
434,400

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
100,000

              From    Antitrust Revolving
252,100

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
64,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
55,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Public Advocacy    6,905,600
              Children's Justice    779,400
              Water Rights Adjudication    153,900
              Anti-Trust Prosecution    252,100
              Child Protection    4,414,900
              Administration    1,259,700
              State Counsel    14,658,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    18    To    Attorney General - Contract Attorneys
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
300,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Contract Attorneys    300,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General -
              Contract Attorneys be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    19    To    Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
              From    General Fund
2,138,800

              From    Federal Funds
122,300

              Schedule of Programs:
              Children's Justice Centers    2,261,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Children's Justice Centers
               be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    20    To    Attorney General - Prosecution Council
              From    General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support
493,500

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
37,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Prosecution Council    530,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Prosecution Council
              be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    21    To    Attorney General - Domestic Violence
              From    General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence
78,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Domestic Violence    78,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General -
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              Domestic Violence be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    22    To    Attorney General - Obscenity and Pornography Ombudsman
              From    General Fund
150,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Obscenity and Pornography Ombudsman    150,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Obscenity and
              Pornography Ombudsman line item be nonlapsing.
          CORRECTIONS
          ITEM    23    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Programs and Operations
              From    General Fund
156,854,600

              From    General Fund, One-time
(2,900,000)

              From    Federal Funds
1,110,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
3,439,400

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
81,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
422,400

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Community and Economic Development
7,500

              From    Revenue Transfers - Human Services
246,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Department Executive Director    1,928,000
              Department Administrative Services    10,301,300
              Department Training    1,365,800
              Adult Probation and Parole Administration    1,785,900
              Adult Probation and Parole Programs    28,051,500
              Adult Probation and Parole Community Corrections Centers    9,602,800
              Institutional Operations Programming    5,930,900
              Institutional Operations Administration    4,856,600
              Institutional Operations Draper Facility    51,841,600
              Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison    22,009,500
              Institutional Operations Southern Utah/Iron County    1,857,200
              Institutional Operations Inmate Placement    1,623,500
              Institutional Operations Transition    288,700
              Institutional Operations Jail Contracting    15,211,200
              Institutional Operations Support Services    2,607,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding for the Department of
              Corrections - Programs and Operations line item be nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections be
              allowed to combine the Department Administration, the Division of
              Institutional Operations and the Adult Probation and Parole Line Items into
              One Line Item for FY 2003 only. Any transfers of money are to be reported
              to the Legislature through the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections have
              the authority to transfer up to $500,000 in FY 2002 nonlapsing funds from
              the Divisions of Institutional Operations and Field Operations for use by
              Correctional Industries. The funding can only be used to support offender
              work programs that teach inmates useful skills or provides the State with an
              important service.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that if the Department of Corrections is
              able to reallocate resources internally to fund additional Adult Probation and
              Parole agents, that for every two agents hired, the Legislature grants
              permission to purchase one vehicle with Department funds.
          ITEM    24    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Department Medical Services
              From    General Fund
15,959,700

              From    Federal Funds
11,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
160,800

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
97,800

              From    Revenue Transfers - Human Services
2,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Medical Services    16,232,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department Medical
              Services be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    25    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
16,043,700

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(50,000)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Utah Correctional Industries    15,993,700
               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.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Department of
              Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries be nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections have
              the authority to transfer up to $500,000 in FY 2002 nonlapsing funds from
              the Divisions of Adult Probation and Parole and Institutional Operations for
              use by Correctional Industries. The funding can only be used to support
              offender work programs that teach inmates useful skills or provide the State
              with an important service.
          ITEM    26    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Reimbursement
              From    General Fund
7,760,600

              Schedule of Programs:
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              Jail Reimbursement    7,760,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Jail Reimbursement be
              nonlapsing.
          ISF - CORRECTIONS
          ITEM    27    To    Utah Department of Corrections - Data Processing - Internal Service Fund
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
1,815,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - DOC Data Processing    1,815,000
              Total FTE    4
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding for the Corrections
              Internal Service Fund be nonlapsing.
               Billing Rate - maximum of $250 per device per month.
               FTE Authorization - 10
               Working Capital of $442,000.
          BOARD OF PARDONS AND PAROLE
          ITEM    28    To    Board of Pardons and Parole
              From    General Fund
2,638,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,200

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
77,400

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
172,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Board Of Pardons and Parole    2,890,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Board of Pardons and
               Parole be nonlapsing.
          YOUTH CORRECTIONS
          ITEM    29    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections - Services
              From    General Fund
70,804,200

              From    Federal Funds
1,384,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,801,400

              From    Dedicated Credits - Land Grant
49,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Youth Corrections Victim Restitution Account
500,200

              From    Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition
702,200

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
1,118,200

              From    Revenue Transfers - Interagency
88,100

              From    Revenue Transfers - Medicaid
10,798,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Within Agency
265,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    4,169,900
              Community Programs    41,014,500
              Correctional Facilities    27,370,200
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              Rural Programs    15,957,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Division of Youth
              Corrections - Services line item be nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Youth Corrections
              continue, and wherever possible increase, the utilization of community based
              alternatives to secure incarceration of youth in the custody of the Division.
          ITEM    30    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections - Youth Parole Authority
              From    General Fund
293,500

              From    Federal Funds
13,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Youth Parole Authority    306,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Youth Parole
              Authority be nonlapsing.
          COURTS
          ITEM    31    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
              From    General Fund
73,604,900

              From    Federal Funds
50,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,072,300

              From    General Fund Restricted - Alternative Dispute Resolution
140,400

              From    General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense
240,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Court Reporter Technology
250,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest
250,100

              From    General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment
766,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance
35,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention
369,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
193,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
1,377,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Human Services
154,800

              From    Revenue Transfers - Youth Corrections
154,600

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
170,500

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(143,300)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Supreme Court    1,996,200
              Law Library    507,400
              Court of Appeals    2,735,500
              District Courts    34,484,600
              Juvenile Courts    27,232,100
              Justice Courts    145,900
              Courts Security    2,281,000
              Administrative Office    3,261,600
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              Judicial Education    337,000
              Data Processing    4,225,000
              Grants Program    1,480,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that in Fiscal Year 2003 the Judicial
              Council is authorized to create a Court Commissioner position to be shared by
              the Third District Juvenile Court and the Second District Juvenile Court.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Judicial Council be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    32    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Contracts and Leases
              From    General Fund
15,050,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
199,600

              From    General Fund Restricted - State Court Complex Account
3,500,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Contracts and Leases    18,750,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature funding for Courts Contracts and Leases
              be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    33    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Grand Jury
              From    General Fund
800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Grand Jury    800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Courts Grand Jury be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    34    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Judicial Salaries
               Under the provisions of Section 67-8-2, Utah Code Annotated, the
              following salaries are approved for judicial officials for July 1, 2002 to June
              30, 2003: District Court Judge $103,700. Other judicial salaries will be
              calculated in accordance with statutory formula and rounded to the nearest
              $50.00. These are the same as Fiscal Year 2002.
          ITEM    35    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness Fees
              From    General Fund
1,669,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
15,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    1,684,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Jury and Witness Fees be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    36    To    Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
              From    General Fund
3,113,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
20,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense
405,300

              From    General Fund Restricted - Guardian Ad Litem Services
257,200

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              Schedule of Programs:
              Guardian ad Litem    3,795,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Guardian ad Litem be
              nonlapsing.
          PUBLIC SAFETY
          ITEM    37    To    Department of Public Safety - Programs & Operations
              From    General Fund
43,858,800

              From    Transportation Fund
5,495,500

              From    Federal Funds
3,724,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
4,155,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support
3,240,600

              From    General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight
376,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Operations
415,400

              From    Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account
1,041,900

              From    Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
359,300

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
1,243,800

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
803,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(571,900)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Department Commissioner's Office    1,734,600
              Aero Bureau    564,100
              Department Grants    3,125,200
              Department Administrative Services    2,800
              Liquor Law Enforcement    1,009,000
              Highway Patrol - Administration    1,598,400
              Highway Patrol - Field Operations    23,678,200
              Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle    2,776,900
              Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections    1,446,100
              Highway Patrol - Special Enforcement    1,195,500
              Highway Patrol - Protective Services    1,189,600
              Highway Patrol - Special Services    2,977,400
              Highway Patrol - Federal Projects    1,744,600
              Highway Patrol - Technical Services    320,000
              Information Management - Operations    1,697,400
              Information Management - Grants    188,300
              Fire Marshall - Fire Operations    1,234,300
              Fire Marshall - Fire Fighter Training    3,165,100
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - Administration    647,800
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - Bureau of Criminal    3,310,500
               Identification
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              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - UDI Grants    184,600
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - Communications    4,291,000
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - State Crime Labs    1,814,000
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - Crime Lab Grants    585,200
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - SBI Grants    172,600
              Criminal Investigation and Technical Services - State Bureau of     3,490,900
              Investigation
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated to the
              Department of Public Safety be nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Public Safety
              consolidate the following line items of appropriation into one line item for
              Fiscal Year 2003: Commissioner's Office; Criminal Investigations and
              Technical Services Division; Liquor Law Enforcement; Utah Highway Patrol;
              Management Information Services; Fire Marshal's Office.
               The remainder of the Department's line items of appropriation will each
              remain separate line items. These are: Emergency Services and Homeland
              Security; Peace Officer Standards and Training; Driver License Division; Utah
              Highway Safety.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Public Safety
              may expand the fleet from existing funds or alternate sources of revenue that
              become available.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Public Safety is
              authorized to advance officers to the Senior Trooper III level from existing
              appropriations and/or savings.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that receipts above the appropriated
              Dedicated Credit amount of reimbursable flight time for the Department of
              Public Safety aircraft be nonlapsing and used for major aircraft maintenance.
          ITEM    38    To    Department of Public Safety - Emergency Services and Homeland Security
              From    General Fund
712,800

              From    Federal Funds
10,302,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
213,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality
200,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight
1,416,400

              From    General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support
5,400

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
26,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Emergency Services and Homeland Security    12,877,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Emergency Services and
              Homeland Security be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    39    To    Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and Training
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              From    Federal Funds
5,016,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
28,600

              From    General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support
2,706,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Basic Training    1,270,300
              Regional/Inservice Training    675,700
              Post Administration    789,100
              Grants    2,000,000
              Police Corps Academy    3,016,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Peace Officers'
              Standards and Training line item be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    40    To    Department of Public Safety - Driver License
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
300

              From    Transportation Fund Restricted - Motorcycle Education
206,300

              From    Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account
16,249,700

              From    Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.
1,560,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Driver License Administration    1,231,800
              Driver Services    10,593,800
              Driver Records    4,423,700
              Motorcycle Safety    207,000
              Uninsured Motorist    1,560,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Driver License line
              item be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    41    To    Department of Public Safety - Highway Safety
              From    General Fund
102,600

              From    Federal Funds
2,013,600

              From    Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account
400,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Highway Safety    2,516,200
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding for Highway Safety be
              nonlapsing.
          CAPITAL FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
          CAPITOL PRESERVATION BOARD
          ITEM    42    To    Capitol Preservation Board
              From    General Fund
2,527,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
228,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Capitol Preservation Board    2,755,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Capitol Preservation
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              Board shall not lapse and that those funds shall be used for the design and
              construction costs associated with Capitol restoration.
          ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
          ITEM    43    To    Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
              From    General Fund
813,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Internal Service Funds
213,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director    1,026,400
          ITEM    44    To    Department of Administrative Services - Information Technology Services
              From    General Fund
16,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Automated Geographic Reference Center    16,600
          ITEM    45    To    Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
              From    General Fund
272,800

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
9,400

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(3,000)

              Schedule of Programs:
              DAR Administration    257,700
              Rules Publishing    21,500
          ITEM    46    To    Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Administration
              From    General Fund
2,786,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,500

              From    Project Reserve Fund
300,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              DFCM Administration    3,089,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM shall use up to $100,000
              from the Project Reserve Fund to hire or contract for employees to assist in
              the management of construction projects. The Division may not use these
              funds to hire additional permanent staff.
          ITEM    47    To    Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Facilities Management
              From    General Fund
81,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
144,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Preventive Maintenance    144,100
              Governor's Residence    81,300
          ITEM    48    To    Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
              From    General Fund
2,003,600

              From    General Fund, One-time
67,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
39,500

              Schedule of Programs:
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              Archives Administration    503,400
              Records Analysis    354,700
              Preservation Services    363,600
              Patron Services    465,900
              Records Services    422,600
          ITEM    49    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance Administration
              From    General Fund
6,467,600

              From    Transportation Fund
450,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,218,600

              From    General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Fund Overhead
1,489,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Finance Director's Office    311,000
              Payroll    2,002,400
              Payables/Disbursing    1,664,500
              Technical Services    1,270,100
              Financial Reporting    1,133,200
              Financial Information Systems    3,244,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance
              shall not lapse.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance
              which do not lapse are to be used for maintenance, operation and development
               of statewide accounting systems.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that rules regarding reimbursement for
              mileage driven in a personal vehicle on state business continue as approved
              during FY 2001.
          ITEM    50    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
              From    General Fund
3,016,300

              From    Uniform School Fund
57,200

              From    Transportation Fund
69,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Fund    2,500,000
              Annual Leave Conversion    642,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the LeRay McAllister
              Critical Land Fund shall not lapse.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for Annual Leave Conversion
              shall not lapse.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Finance use funds in
              the Annual Leave Conversion program to reimburse state agencies on a
              proportional basis as determined by the Division of Finance.
          ITEM    51    To    Department of Administrative Services - Post Conviction Indigent Defense
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              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
332,000

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(82,700)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Post Conviction Indigent Defense Fund    249,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for Post Conviction Indigent
              Defense shall not lapse.
          ITEM    52    To    Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct Commission
              From    General Fund
228,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Judicial Conduct Commission    228,200
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Judicial Conduct
              Commission shall not lapse.
          ITEM    53    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
              From    General Fund
(696,000)

              From    Uniform School Fund
(27,300)

              From    Transportation Fund
(5,600)

              From    Federal Funds
(22,500)

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
(16,700)

              From    Restricted Revenue
(38,500)

              From    Other Financing Sources
(3,400)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Retirement Benefits    (810,000)
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
              Services, Division of Finance and Department of Human Resource
              Management identify retirement savings in state agencies and transfer the
              funds to the Division of Finance - Finance Mandated - Retirement Benefits to
              offset the negative appropriation.
          ITEM    54    To    Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
              From    General Fund
(2,000,000)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Information Technology Consolidation    (2,000,000)
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Chief Information Officer
              identify General Fund information technology savings in state agencies and
              transfer the amount to the Division of Finance - Finance Mandated -
              Information Technology Consolidation to offset the negative appropriation.
          ITEM    55    To    Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
              From    General Fund
1,332,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
83,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Purchasing and General Services    1,416,100
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Purchasing
              shall not lapse and that those funds shall be used to further the Division's E-
              commerce program.
          INTRAGOVERNMENTAL SERVICES
          ITEM    56    To    Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt Collection
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
450,000

              From    Licenses/Fees
145,000

              From    Interest Income
664,900

              From    Revenue Transfers
(86,500)

              From    Other Financing Sources
9,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Debt Collection    1,182,600
              Total FTE    5
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of State Debt Collection
              be authorized to establish reasonable costs of collection to be passed onto the
              debtor including attorney fees, all legal costs and administrative costs unless
              inappropriate or prohibited by law.
          ITEM    57    To    Department of Administrative Services - Division of Purchasing and General Services
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
13,850,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Central Mailing    7,692,100
              ISF - Electronic Purchasing    300,000
              ISF - Publishing    5,858,300
              Total FTE    63
              Authorized Capital Outlay    3,714,000
          ITEM    58    To    Department of Administrative Services - Division of Information Technology Services
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
54,890,800

              From    Revenue Transfers
16,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Network Services    11,867,400
              ISF - Telephone Services    15,486,000
              ISF - Radio Shop    2,302,000
              ISF - Computing    17,805,400
              ISF - ITS Support Services    6,466,000
              ISF - New Technologies    255,000
              ISF - Automated Geographic Reference Center    725,600
              Total FTE    248
              Authorized Capital Outlay    5,745,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Information
              Technology Services adjust its operations in a manner sufficient to generate
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              savings equivalent to $1,280,000 in state funds.
               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 such addition represents
              a benefit to the State and a decrease of FTEs in user agencies. The total FTEs
              within state government shall not increase with this shift of FTEs. Prior to
              the transfer of FTEs to ITS, ITS and user agencies shall jointly report to the
              Executive Appropriations Committee and the Information Technology
              Commission decreased personal service expenditures and corresponding
              increased Internal Service Fund charges resulting from the transfer.
          ITEM    59    To    Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet Operations
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
41,240,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Motor Pool    22,815,200
              ISF - Fuel Network    17,279,800
              ISF - State Surplus Property    712,000
              ISF - Federal Surplus Property    433,100
              Total FTE    50
              Authorized Capital Outlay    20,662,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
              work with the agencies to reduce the size of the fleet, except for vehicles for
              sworn officers, by five percent by the end of FY 2003.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations
              shall create a capitalization credit program that will allow agencies to divest
              themselves of vehicles without seeing a future capitalization cost if programs
              require replacement of the vehicle. It is assumed that agencies will report all
              reductions and replacements to the Legislature at the earliest opportunity.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Rate Committee shall
              reduce add-on fees charged to state vehicles by an amount equivalent to the
              cost of operating the Capitol Hill Shuttle.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
              Services shall prepare a report outlining options for Federal Surplus Property.
              The options should include a plan for solvency and options for terminating
              the program. It is anticipated that DAS will deliver this report to the Fiscal
              Analyst no later than June 30, 2002 and that the Executive Appropriations
              Committee will hear the report and a staff response.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Administrative
              Services shall prepare a report outlining options for State Surplus Property.
              The options should include a plan for solvency and options for terminating
              the program. It is anticipated that DAS will deliver this report to the Fiscal
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              Analyst no later than June 30, 2002 and that the Executive Appropriations
              Committee will hear the report and a staff response.
          ITEM    60    To    Department of Administrative Services - Risk Management
              From    Premiums
25,159,800

              From    Restricted Revenue
9,140,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Risk Management Administration    26,909,800
              ISF - Workers' Compensation    7,390,900
              Total FTE    25
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Risk Management
              shall use $581,000 from the Asbestos Litigation Reserve within the Risk
              Management Internal Service Fund to cover actuarial reserves, premiums and
              expenses for the Pelt Litigation.
          ITEM    61    To    Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities Construction and Management -
              Facilities Management
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
19,005,300

              From    Restricted Revenue
121,300

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Facilities Management    19,126,600
              Total FTE    122
               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    62    To    Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities Construction and Management - Roofing
              and Paving
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
484,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - Roofing and Paving    484,900
              Total FTE    6
          CAPITAL BUDGET
          ITEM    63    To    Capital Budget - DFCM Capital Program
              From    General Fund
61,607,400

              From    General Fund, One-time
(12,951,000)

              From    Income Tax
25,049,000

              From    Income Tax, One-time
(8,049,000)

              From    Federal Funds
7,900,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
5,500,000

              From    Dedicated Credits - GO Bonds
108,470,000

              From    Dedicated Credits - Revenue Bonds
1,836,000

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              From    General Fund Restricted - State Court Complex Account
475,000

              From    Project Reserve Fund
800,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Capital Improvements    49,486,000
              Capital Planning    1,375,000
              Capital Development    139,776,700               
              Tax Fund Projects
               Capital Improvements     49,386,000
               UU Health Sciences     9,478,000
               DYC Washington County     1,792,700
               DYC Canyonlands     3,125,000
               UNG Projects     1,074,700
               USU Merrill Library - Planning and Design     800,000               
              Project Reserve Account Projects
               Capital Improvements     100,000
               UNG Projects      600,000
               DFCM Regional Center Planning     100,000               
              Dedicated Credits - Donations to Projects
               Snow College Performing Arts     2,000,000
               Dixie State College Fine Arts     3,500,000                    
              Federal Funds Projects
               DYC Washington County     5,424,300
               DYC Canyonlands     2,476,000               
              Court Fee Projects - Fund 106
               Salt Lake Courts Planning and Design    475,000               
              GO Bond Projects (House Bill 2)
               Snow College Performing Arts    15,583,000
               Dixie State College Fine Arts    13,308,000
               Weber State Davis Campus    20,500,000
               U. of U. Health Sciences    23,522,000
               Capitol Restoration Project    25,970,000
               UVSC Wasatch Campus    9,587,000     832          
              Revenue Bond Projects (House Bill 2)
               DABC Package Store _ Tooele    1,836,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM shall examine the need for
              centralized state facilities in Washington and Weber Counties. It is assumed
              that this study will be complete prior to October 1, 2002 and that it will
              provide an analysis of lease rates that may be used to fund new construction.



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               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Finance shall set
              aside $475,000 in excess court fees from Fund 106 to be used by the
              Administrative Office of the Courts for programming and design of new court
              space in Salt Lake County. It is further the intent of the Legislature that no
              design work may be contracted or initiated without Building Board and
              Legislative approval of the program.
               It is the intent of the Legislature the National Guard shall work with DFCM
               and the State Building Board to ensure the most critical maintenance backlog
              needs are funded with FY 2003 capital appropriations.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities
              Construction and Management minimize costs in other aspects of Youth
              Corrections projects in order to provide, as far as the funding will permit, the
              infrastructure and support systems and space to allow for future expansion of
              the facility as well as additional beds in the initial project.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that Youth Corrections provide
              programmatic exercise space at the lowest reasonable cost both for
              construction and ongoing operations when constructing new facilities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that, for the Wasatch Campus project,
              Utah Valley State College and the Division of Facilities Construction and
              Management not pay any impact or connection fees to local governmental
              entities for utilities or other infrastructure as local governmental entities have
              committed to cover these costs.
                      To    Capital Budget - Property Acquisition
              From    General Fund
2,741,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Building Purchases    2,741,000
               Tax Fund Projects
               UCAT Bridgerland - Brigham City Purchase 2,741,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Facilities
              Construction and Management purchase the Brigham City Education Facility,
              together with adjacent property, from Box Elder County and lease it to
              Bridgerland Applied Technology Center, Utah State University, and other
              state entities at a rate sufficient to cover the operations and maintenance cost
               of the entire facility, including vacant space. DFCM may lease vacant space
              to other entities at market rates until such time as it is needed for state purposes.
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          DEBT SERVICE
          ITEM    64    To    State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
              From    General Fund
43,629,800

              From    General Fund, One-time
(2,000,000)

              From    Uniform School Fund
24,670,600

              From    Centennial Highway Fund
82,657,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
31,555,400

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
5,512,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(5,175,600)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Debt Service    180,850,300
               When necessary to meet interest requirements on variable rate demand
              obligations issued to finance highway construction projects, the Division of
              Finance may request a transfer of funds from the Department of
              Transportation. After receiving such a request, Transportation shall transfer
              monies from the Centennial Highway Fund to the Debt Service Fund to pay
              interest on variable rate demand obligations issued to finance highway
              construction.
          REVENUE - CAPITAL FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
          ITEM    65    To    General Fund
              From    Fleet Operations Internal Service Fund
300,000

              From    Information Technology Services Internal Service Fund
1,280,000

              From    State Debt Collection Internal Service Fund
67,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              General Fund    1,647,100
          COMMERCE & REVENUE
          TAX COMMISSION
          ITEM    66    To    Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
              From    General Fund
22,030,000

              From    Uniform School Fund
17,286,600

              From    Uniform School Fund, One-time
(1,000,000)

              From    Transportation Fund
4,857,400

              From    Federal Funds
499,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
4,945,100

              From    General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees
6,117,400

              From    Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.
133,800

              From    Revenue Transfers
64,000

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
1,261,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(61,600)

              Schedule of Programs:
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              Administration Division    5,482,300
              Auditing Division    8,223,700
              Multi-State Tax Compact    179,600
              Technology Management    9,361,600
              Tax Processing Division    7,343,400
              Seasonal Employees    680,900
              Tax Payer Services    7,820,400
              Property Tax Division    4,200,100
              Motor Vehicles    10,702,400
              Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    2,139,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah State Tax Commission
              carry forward unexpended year-end balances for costs directly related to the
              modernization of tax and motor vehicle systems and processes.
          ITEM    67    To    Utah State Tax Commission - License Plates Production
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,096,200

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
2,670,800

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(2,670,800)

              Schedule of Programs:
              License Plates Production    2,096,200
               It is the intent of the Legislature that License Plate Production funds be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    68    To    Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
              From    General Fund
2,609,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Liquor Profit Distribution    2,609,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that Liquor Profit Distribution funds be
              nonlapsing.
          UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
          ITEM    69    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Administration
              From    General Fund
143,900

              From    Income Tax
4,338,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    373,600
              Custom Fit    3,168,000
              Equipment    940,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    70    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Bridgerland Applied Technology College
              From    Income Tax
7,252,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,018,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Bridgerland ATC    8,271,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
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               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    71    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Central Applied Technology College
              From    General Fund
103,000

              From    Income Tax
1,340,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Central ATC    1,443,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
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              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    72    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Davis Applied Technology College
              From    Income Tax
7,160,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
965,800

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
35,400

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(35,400)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Davis ATC    8,125,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
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          ITEM    73    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Dixie Applied Technology College
              From    General Fund
109,500

              From    Income Tax
572,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Dixie ATC    682,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    74    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Mountainlands Applied Technology College
              From    General Fund
417,600

              From    Income Tax
1,620,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Mountainlands ATC    2,038,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
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              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to the
              Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    75    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Ogden/Weber Applied Technology College
              From    Income Tax
7,922,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,019,400

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
745,200

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(745,200)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Ogden/Weber ATC    8,941,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
    
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
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              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    76    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Salt Lake/Tooele Applied Technology College
              From    Income Tax
1,793,500

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
83,800

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(83,800)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Salt Lake/Tooele ATC    1,793,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
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              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    77    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Southeast Applied Technology College
              From    General Fund
283,200

              From    Income Tax
501,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Southeast ATC    785,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
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              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    78    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Southwest Applied Technology College
              From    General Fund
270,300

              From    Income Tax
946,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Southwest ATC    1,216,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to the
              Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          ITEM    79    To    Utah College of Applied Technology - Uintah Basin Applied Technology College
              From    Income Tax
3,772,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
354,300

              Schedule of Programs:
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              Uintah Basin ATC    4,126,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all budget requests for the Utah
              College of Applied Technology flow from the regional applied technology
              boards of each regional applied technology college to the Utah College of
              Applied Technology Board of Trustees to be prioritized and submitted to
              the Legislature.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology's Regional Colleges with satellite campuses, proportionately
              allocate the budget reductions between the main campuses and the satellite
              campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed in the interim
              with members of the UCAT Board of Trustees, the Office of the Legislative
              Fiscal Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to evaluate
              the UCAT tuition revenue. It is also the intent of the Legislature that uniform
               tuition rates be established for UCAT programs based on cost of instruction
              and on market demand. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
              outcome of the study on UCAT tuition be reported to the Commerce and
              Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002, and that the
              recommended tuition rate increase be implemented as soon as possible. It is
              also the intent of the Legislature that each college is to use tuition revenue
              generated by the tuition rate increases to cover institutional priorities.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah College of Applied
              Technology Board of Trustees perform an interim study of the enrollment
              growth formula in conjunction with the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst and the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget to determine an
              equitable and appropriate funding formula for enrollment growth. It is further
              the intent of the Legislature that the results of the study be reported to the
              Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by October 31 of 2002.
          WORKFORCE SERVICES
          ITEM    80    To    Department of Workforce Services
              From    General Fund
54,170,100

              From    Federal Funds
195,684,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
3,761,300

              From    Revenue Transfers
3,721,300

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
28,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Medicaid
100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director    1,547,600
              Employment Development    156,600
              Administration and Service Delivery Support    256,400
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              State Council    30,000
              Regional Administration    900,800
              Budget Office    408,700
              Agency Pass-thru    2,500,000
              Child Care    7,396,100
              Unemployment Insurance    11,745,600
              EBT (Zion's Bank)    1,697,700
              Labor Market Information    2,402,400
              Office of Finance    1,134,300
              Workforce Information Technology    28,243,000
              Adjudication & Audit    2,372,600
              Administrative Services    4,422,000
              Human Resources    796,400
              HR/Traveler's Retirement    1,621,300
              Service Delivery Support    12,865,600
              Region I - Northern    17,749,600
              Region II - Central    28,816,600
              Region III - Mountainlands    9,788,600
              Region IV - Eastern    9,201,500
              Region V - Western    10,149,300
              Region Roll-up    20,531,700
              DWS Assistance Payments    80,630,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Workforce
              Services revise its rules to allow for flexible use of State Median Income (SMI)
              guidelines when determining eligibility for child care services.
               The Legislature intends that these funds not lapse.
          ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL
          ITEM    81    To    Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
              From    Liquor Control Fund
16,371,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director    942,800
              Administration    903,400
              Operations    2,136,600
              Warehouse and Distribution    898,100
              Stores and Agencies    11,490,300
          LABOR COMMISSION
          ITEM    82    To    Labor Commission
              From    General Fund
5,041,500

              From    Federal Funds
2,472,800

              From    General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety
503,900

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              From    Employers' Reinsurance Fund
244,400

              From    Uninsured Employers' Fund
594,300

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,625,300
              Industrial Accidents    1,077,500
              Appeals Board    12,600
              Adjudication    716,100
              Division of Safety    1,265,000
              Workplace Safety    616,500
              Anti-Discrimination    1,230,900
              Utah Occupational Safety and Health    2,167,600
              Building Operations and Maintenance    145,400
               The Legislature intends that fees collected from sponsoring seminars not
              lapse, so that the agency can offer yearly training seminars using the funds
              collected.
          COMMERCE
          ITEM    83    To    Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
              From    Federal Funds
143,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
440,800

              From    General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund
16,366,500

              From    General Fund Restricted - Factory Built Housing Fees
104,400

              From    General Fund Restricted - Nurses Education & Enforcement Fund
10,000

              From    Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund
2,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,715,300
              Occupational & Professional Licensing    6,204,200
              Securities    1,262,500
              Consumer Protection    747,100
              Corporations and Commercial Code    1,826,900
              Real Estate    1,211,600
              Public Utilities    3,027,500
              Committee of Consumer Services    838,500
              Building Operations and Maintenance    233,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Commerce
              change the job functions for the investigators in the Division of Occupational
              and Professional Licensing to a focus on investigations of violations within
              licensed trade groups within 90 days.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the money appropriated to the
              Committee of Consumer Services for legal counsel be used to contract with the
               Attorney General for attorney services
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Commerce allow
              the Committee of Consumer Services to stay in the Heber Wells Building and
              move to the area that is now occupied by Consumer Protection or another
              suitable area within the Heber Wells Building within 45 days.
               The Legislature intends that at the end of the fiscal year, unused funds for
              the Committee on Consumer Services be transferred to the Committee's
              Professional and Technical Services budget and not lapse.
          ITEM    84    To    Department of Commerce - Real Estate Education
              From    Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund
185,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Real Estate Education    185,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    85    To    Department of Commerce - Public Utilities Professional & Technical Services
              From    General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund
100,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Professional & Technical Services    100,000
               The Legislature does not intend to lapse these funds.
          ITEM    86    To    Department of Commerce - Committee of Consumer Services Professional and Technical Services
              From    General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund
500,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Professional & Technical Services    500,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
          ITEM    87    To    Financial Institutions - Financial Institutions Administration
              From    General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions
4,181,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    4,067,000
              Building Operations and Maintenance    114,800
          INSURANCE
          ITEM    88    To    Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
              From    General Fund
4,301,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,024,300

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
450,000

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(311,300)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    4,255,900
              Relative Value Study    98,000
              Insurance Fraud Program    1,065,000
              Cosmos Project    27,500
              Office of Consumer Health Assistance    18,000
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               It is the intent of the Legislature, conditioned on the passage of Senate Bill
               122 or a form thereof, that the fees approved by the Commerce and Revenue
               Joint Appropriations Subcommittee for the Utah Department of Insurance
              that are set for the purpose of developing electronic and other information
              technology be treated as dedicated credits only until June 30, 2006. Beginning
               July 1, 2006 the fees designated as electronic commerce use fees, if collected,
              will be deposited into the General Fund for appropriation by the Legislature.
              Beginning July 1, 2006, the fees designated as fees imposed upon renewal or
              issuance of a license, registration, or certificate of authority will be repealed
              unless the Legislature takes further action.
          ITEM    89    To    Insurance Department - Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool
              From    General Fund
3,045,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
7,396,500

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
11,971,200

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(9,302,000)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool    13,111,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    90    To    Insurance Department - Bail Bond Program
              From    General Fund Restricted - Bail Bond Surety Administration
22,100

              From    Lapsing Balance
(19,300)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Bail Bond Program    2,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    91    To    Insurance Department - Title Insurance Program
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
51,200

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
58,900

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(56,200)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Title Insurance Program    53,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
          ITEM    92    To    Public Service Commission
              From    General Fund
1,495,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
70,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              Public Service Commission    1,540,000
              Building Operations and Maintenance    26,300
          ITEM    93    To    Public Service Commission - Research and Analysis
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
60,000

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              Schedule of Programs:
              Research and Analysis    60,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    94    To    Public Service Commission - Speech and Hearing Impaired
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,512,500

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
4,433,300

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(4,161,200)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Speech and Hearing Impaired    1,784,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    95    To    Public Service Commission - Universal Telecommunications Support Fund
              From    Universal Public Telecom Service Fund
8,666,000

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
9,988,000

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(9,874,700)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Universal Telecom Service Fund    8,779,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be nonlapsing.
          REVENUE - COMMERCE & REVENUE
          ITEM    96    To    General Fund
              From    General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund
100,000

              From    Liquor Control Fund
1,000,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              General Fund    1,100,000
          ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES
          CAREER SERVICES REVIEW BOARD
          ITEM    97    To    Career Services Review Board - Career Service Review Board
              From    General Fund
166,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Career Services Review Board    166,600
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Career Service Review
              Board be nonlapsing.
          HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
          ITEM    98    To    Department of Human Resources Management
              From    General Fund
2,988,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
283,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    968,300
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              Classification and Compensation    522,600
              Employment Services    537,500
              Flex Benefits    20,000
              Management Training    260,000
              Information Technology    963,200
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Human Resource
              Management be nonlapsing.
          COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
          ITEM    99    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Administration
              From    General Fund
2,655,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director    434,700
              Information Technology    991,300
              Administrative Services    1,229,700
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Administration be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    100    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Incentive Funds
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
120,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance
186,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Incentive Funds    307,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any proceeds in excess of a total of
              $4,000,000 paid to the state from the liquidation of the Utah Technology
              Finance Corporation whether these proceeds come from cash, sale of real
              property, or collection of accounts receivable shall be deposited into the
              Industrial Assistance Fund.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Incentive Funds be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    101    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Indian Affairs
              From    General Fund
234,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Indian Affairs    234,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Indian Affairs be
              nonlapsing.
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               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          ITEM    102    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Asian Affairs
              From    General Fund
126,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Asian Affairs    127,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Asian Affairs
              be nonlapsing.
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          ITEM    103    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Black Affairs
              From    General Fund
126,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Black Affairs    126,500
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Black Affairs
              be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    104    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Hispanic Affairs
              From    General Fund
129,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
45,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Hispanic Affairs    174,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Hispanic Affairs be
              nonlapsing.
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          ITEM    105    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Pacific Islander Affairs
              From    General Fund
125,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
35,000

              From    Revenue Transfers
30,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Pacific Islander Affairs    190,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Pacific Islander Affairs
              be nonlapsing.
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               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          ITEM    106    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Business and Economic Development
              From    General Fund
8,192,400

              From    General Fund, One-time
1,000,000

              From    Federal Funds
601,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
224,700

              From    Revenue Transfers - Emergency Services & Homeland Security
25,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    787,500
              Film Commission    734,900
              International Development    1,196,400
              Business Development    1,943,900
              Procurement Technical Assistance    853,400
              Technology    1,177,800
              Centers of Excellence    2,000,000
              Special Opportunities    50,000
              Utah Technology Alliance    1,300,000
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Business Development be
               nonlapsing.
          ITEM    107    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Travel Council
              From    General Fund
4,062,700

              From    General Fund, One-time
2,000,000

              From    Transportation Fund
118,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
254,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Travel Administration    3,773,700
              Internal Development    1,747,200
              External Development    914,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Travel Council be
              nonlapsing.
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          ITEM    108    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - State History
              From    General Fund
1,967,700

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              From    Federal Funds
630,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    624,700
              Collections and Education    710,300
              History Publications    136,100
              Office of Preservation    992,800
              History Projects    133,800
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for State History
              be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    109    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Historical Society
              From    Federal Funds
103,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
322,300

              Schedule of Programs:
              State Historical Society    426,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Historical Society
              be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    110    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Fine Arts
              From    General Fund
2,699,100

              From    Federal Funds
531,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
152,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    816,000
              Grants to Non-profits    1,217,000
              Community Arts Outreach    1,349,500
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Fine Arts be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    111    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - State Library
              From    General Fund
4,436,300

              From    Federal Funds
1,341,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,797,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,513,400
              Blind and Physically Handicapped    1,359,200
              Library Development    3,396,200
              Information Services    1,305,900
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               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Library be
              nonlapsing.
          ITEM    112    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Community Development
              From    General Fund
3,675,300

              From    Federal Funds
31,244,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
682,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust
150,000

              From    Permanent Community Impact
766,100

              From    Revenue Transfers
4,880,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Weatherization Assistance    7,124,300
              Community Development Administration    535,600
              Museum Services    289,500
              Community Assistance    11,709,300
              Pioneer Communities    232,100
              Housing Development    2,498,900
              Community Services    3,176,400
              Homeless Committee    2,350,100
              Commission on Volunteers    3,300,500
              Martin Luther King Commission    99,800
              HEAT    9,546,700
              Emergency Food    120,000
              Special Housing    415,000
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Community
              Development be nonlapsing.
          ITEM    113    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Zoos
              From    General Fund
1,482,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Zoos    1,482,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding reductions for the zoo not
              affect animal care.
          ITEM    114    To    Department of Community & Economic Development - Community Development Capital Budget
              From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
2,003,800

              From    Permanent Community Impact
18,290,800

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              From    Repayments
20,200,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Permanent Community Impact Board    38,490,800
              Special Service Districts    2,003,800
               The Legislature intends that the Permanent Community Impact Fund
              Board (PCIFB) appropriate one-time funding of $238,400 in FY 2003 to be
              distributed equally between the seven association of governments in the state
              of Utah. These funds are to be used by the association of governments for
              planning, studies, analysis, and other activities provided by the association of
              governments to member organizations.
               The Legislature intends that the Division develop performance measures
              for each program and where possible prepare a five-year history of those
              measures for the 2003 General Session.
          UTAH STATE FAIR CORPORATION
          ITEM    115    To    Utah State Fair Corporation
              From    General Fund
403,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
3,733,700

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
1,196,700

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(988,400)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Utah State Fair Corporation    4,345,500
          REVENUE - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES
          ITEM    116    To    Permanent Community Impact Fund
              From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
16,907,800

              From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus
2,148,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Permanent Community Impact Fund    19,055,800
          ITEM    117    To    Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund
              From    General Fund
1,933,400

              From    Federal Funds
2,690,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund    4,623,400
          ITEM    118    To    General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund
              From    General Fund
100,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund    100,000
          ITEM    119    To    Tourism Market Performance Fund
              From    General Fund, One-time
2,000,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Tourism Market Performance Fund    2,000,000
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          ITEM    120    To    Industrial Assistance Fund
              From    General Fund, One-time
7,000,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Industrial Assistance Fund    7,000,000
          HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
          HEALTH
          ITEM    121    To    Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
              From    General Fund
6,124,800

              From    Federal Funds
3,378,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,482,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Organ Transplant Account
100,000

              From    Revenue Transfers
679,400

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
459,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(446,700)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director    1,952,100
              Program Operations    4,131,900
              Medical Examiner    1,701,800
              Center for Health Data    3,992,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of the Medical Examiner
              shall charge scheduled fees, except no fees will be charged for State criminal
              cases.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the budget analysis for the
              Department of Health be presented with a breakdown between costs of
              administration and services delivered and the number of citizens served and
              categorized by cost and type of service.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that at least one of the Division budgets
              of the Department of Health and the Department of Human Services be
              presented in extensive detail at the time of presentation at the annual budget
              hearing. The division which is to be examined with this scrutiny is to be
              selected by the co-chairs of the Health and Human Services Appropriations
              Subcommittee by July of the preceding year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health present to
               the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst, with its annual budget submission,
               detailed outcome measures for each budget area in each division within the
              department. These outcome measures shall be, whenever possible, reported in
              terms of outcomes achieved with the population served in addition to the
              report of total numbers served. The report shall include those who are
              statistically eligible, but did not need or accept state funded services. The
              Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall include the department's report
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              including outcome measures within the Department's budget presentation on
              an item by item basis.
          ITEM    122    To    Department of Health - Health Systems Improvement
              From    General Fund
4,355,800

              From    Federal Funds
2,960,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
3,018,500

              From    Revenue Transfers
1,122,500

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
447,400

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(143,800)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Director's Office    280,700
              Emergency Medical Services    4,596,000
              Licensing    2,935,700
              Program Certification and Resident Assessment    3,067,100
              Primary Care and Rural, Ethnic Health    881,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Primary Care Grant
              Program be considered nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the fees collected for the purpose of
              plan reviews by the Bureau of Licensing be considered nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funding provided for Primary Care
              Health Grants not be expended for inter-departmental projects except for
              Community Partnered Mobile Dental Services.
          ITEM    123    To    Department of Health - Physician & Physician Assistants Grant & Scholarship Program
              From    General Fund
281,700

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
830,800

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(740,300)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Physician & Physician Assistants Grant & Scholarship Program    372,200
          ITEM    124    To    Department of Health - Nurse Education Financial Assistance Program
              From    General Fund
180,300

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
106,600

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(90,400)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Nurse Education Financial Assistance Program    196,500
          ITEM    125    To    Department of Health - Special Population Health Care Provider Financial Assistance Program
              From    General Fund
74,800

              From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
59,400

              From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(36,600)

              Schedule of Programs:
              Special Population Health Care Provider Financial Assistance     97,600
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              Program
          ITEM    126    To    Department of Health - Epidemiology and Laboratory Services
              From    General Fund
4,424,600

              From    Federal Funds
7,355,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,843,300

              From    General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account
270,800

              From    Revenue Transfers
921,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Director's Office    1,253,500
              Environmental Testing and Toxicology    2,183,700
              Laboratory Improvement    932,900
              Microbiology    2,077,000
              Communicable Disease Control    5,540,500
              Food Safety and Environmental Health    285,900
              Epidemiology    2,542,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Epidemiology and
              Laboratory Services may receive donated laboratory equipment and shall use
              such donated equipment for the purpose of promoting and protecting the
              public health.
          ITEM    127    To    Department of Health - Community and Family Health Services
              From    General Fund
7,595,600

              From    Federal Funds
53,039,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
14,143,300

              From    General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account
250,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
6,061,700

              From    Revenue Transfers
4,374,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Director's Office    2,278,800
              Health Promotion    15,078,100
              Maternal and Child Health    47,949,500
              Children with Special Health Care Needs    20,158,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated from the
              Tobacco Settlement Restricted Account be considered nonlapsing.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that there be a $10.00 suggested donation
               for children's services in the Early Intervention program. This donation may
               be paid by the person responsible for the child receiving the services to help
              defray the costs associated with those services.
          ITEM    128    To    Department of Health - Health Care Financing
              From    General Fund
9,590,600

              From    Federal Funds
38,673,800

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              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
4,830,600

              From    Revenue Transfers
14,219,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Director's Office    3,134,700
              Financial Services    5,520,300
              Managed Health Care    2,518,200
              Medicaid Operations    2,878,400
              Eligibility Services    14,410,300
              Coverage and Reimbursement    3,393,900
              Contracts    34,671,000
              Utah Medical Assistance    787,600
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health convene
              an ad hoc advisory committee by July 1, 2002 to advise the Legislature
              regarding options to improve access to pharmaceuticals for senior citizens,
              people with disabilities, Medicaid recipients, and the uninsured. The
              committee should also study and advise on methods to improve state financing
               of pharmaceutical coverage and purchasing to include a Medicaid waiver or
              demonstration project. The advisory committee shall be composed of
              representatives from the senior citizen, disabled, and low income communities;
               health care providers, the pharmaceutical industry, members of the business
              community, the department and the division. The executive director shall
              report progress to the Health and Human Services interim committee and the
              Health and Human Services Appropriations subcommittee no later than
              November 30, 2002 and shall recommend options for possible legislation,
              section 1115 waiver, and /or demonstration project by June 30, 2003.
          ITEM    129    To    Department of Health - Medical Assistance
              From    General Fund
202,959,800

              From    Federal Funds
690,437,000

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
44,531,700

              From    General Fund Restricted - Medicaid Restricted Account
1,200,000

              From    Revenue Transfers
63,415,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Medicaid Base Program    844,814,500
              Title XIX for Human Services    150,726,600
              Utah Medical Assistance Program    7,002,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature to improve the oral health status, and
              thereby improve the overall health of low-income Utahns through increased
              utilization and access to dental services for Medicaid recipients, especially
              children. It is intended that this be accomplished as funding permits, by (1)
              increasing the participation of dentists in the Medicaid program by increasing
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              the Medicaid reimbursement for dental services, (2) implementing a case
              management system to encourage more appropriate and timely access of
              Medicaid dental benefits by Medicaid recipients, and (3) implementing an early
               intervention/prevention and education program aimed at increasing the
              awareness of the importance of oral health among this population.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health continue
              to offer chiropractic coverage as part of the Medicaid benefit package.
              However, the Department may negotiate a reduced scope of coverage if
              funding for FY 2003 is insufficient to maintain the FY 2002 level of service.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health will
              review with the Executive Appropriations Committee any Medicaid Program
              reductions or additions.
          ITEM    130    To    Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
              From    Federal Funds
21,751,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
5,496,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Children's Health Insurance Program    27,247,800
          ITEM    131    To    Department of Health - Local Health Departments
              From    General Fund
2,085,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Local Health Department Funding    2,085,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 248 passes, all savings
              from local health insurance premiums shall be used to provide services for
              clients of local health departments, mental health, aging services, and
              substance abuse authorities.
          HUMAN SERVICES
          ITEM    132    To    Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
              From    General Fund
9,189,900

              From    Federal Funds
8,008,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
77,600

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
357,900

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
2,099,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Executive Director's Office    2,158,800
              Legal Affairs    1,021,600
              Information Technology    4,002,000
              Administrative Support    3,382,000
              Fiscal Operations    2,615,700
              Human Resources    1,301,200
              Local Discretionary    1,492,000
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              Special Projects    681,900
              Children's Ombudsman    360,000
              Developmental Disabilities Council    718,300
              Families Agencies Communities Together    2,000,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that at least one of the Division budgets
              of the Department of Health and the Department of Human Services be
              presented in extensive detail at the time of presentation at the annual budget
              hearing. The division which is to be examined with this scrutiny is to be
              selected by the co-chairs of Health and Human Services Appropriations
              Subcommittee by July of the preceding year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that federal Medicaid match rate changes
              for the local mental health and substance abuse programs be considered by the
              Department of Human Services in its annual budget preparation.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the budget analysis for the
              Department of Human Services be presented with a breakdown between costs
              of administration and services delivered and the number of citizens served and
              categorized by cost and type of service.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Human Services
              present to the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst detailed outcome measures
              for each budget area in each division within the Department. These outcome
              measures shall be, wherever possible, reported in terms of outcomes achieved
              with the population served in addition to the report of total numbers served.
              The report shall include those who are statistically eligible but did not need or
              accept state-funded services. The Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall
              include the department's report including outcome measures within their
              budget presentation on an item-by-item basis.
          ITEM    133    To    Department of Human Services - Drug Courts/Board
              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
1,647,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Drug Board    350,900
              Drug Courts    1,296,300
          ITEM    134    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Mental Health
              From    General Fund
57,531,900

              From    Federal Funds
4,656,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,800,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
7,876,100

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
129,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    877,300
              Community Services    5,812,800
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              Mental Health Centers    22,232,700
              Residential Services    2,748,800
              State Hospital    41,321,700
               It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 248 passes, all savings
              from local health insurance premiums shall be used to provide services for
              clients of local health departments, mental health, aging services, and
              substance abuse authorities.
          ITEM    135    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse
              From    General Fund
10,514,900

              From    Federal Funds
20,282,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
15,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Intoxicated Driver Rehabilitation
1,200,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,080,100
              State Services    6,827,100
              Local Services    22,906,000
              Drivers Under the Influence    1,200,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 248 passes, all savings
              from local health insurance premiums shall be used to provide services for
              clients of local health departments, mental health, aging services, and
              substance abuse authorities.
          ITEM    136    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Services for People with Disabilities
              From    General Fund
42,131,900

              From    Federal Funds
5,316,200

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,391,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Trust for People with Disabilities
200,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
95,758,400

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
1,162,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    2,433,200
              Service Delivery    11,140,200
              State Developmental Center    33,064,200
              DD/MR Waiver Services    90,355,700
              Brain Injury Waiver Services    1,570,100
              Physical Disability Waiver Services    1,255,900
              Non-waiver Services    6,141,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that no more than 15 percent of the
              individuals served by the Division of Services for People with Disabilities shall
              be non-Medicaid or non-waiver eligible. It is further the intent of the
              Legislature that in fiscal year 2003, a maximum of $6,500,000 in state
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              General Funds and Federal Funds other than Medicaid, be expended on non-
              Medicaid, non-waiver individuals or services by the Division.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any TANF funds transferred to the
              Division of Services for People with Disabilities in excess of the amount
              transferred in the FY 2000 base budget be considered one-time and the Office
              of Legislative Fiscal Analyst , in preparing the recommendations for the FY
              2004 budget, consider replacing the excess TANF transfer with sufficient
              General Fund to provide the equivalent amount of service.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for the home and
              community based services waiting list for people with disabilities be used
              exclusively for direct services and related support. It is further the intent of
              the Legislature that the Division report to the Office of Legislative Fiscal
              Analyst by December 2002, on the number of individuals served and services provided.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Services for People
              with Disabilities seek to maximize its ability to serve individuals on the waiting
               list through reviewing existing policies, budgets, and service allocations and
              pursuing any appropriate additional federal waivers or funding or other
              creative mechanisms. It is further the intent that the Division report to the
              2003 Health and Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee on its
              progress and that the subcommittee consider options to reward the Division
              employees based on the progress made and in accordance with DHRM rules.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that rent collected from individuals who
              occupy state owned group homes be applied to the cost of maintaining these
              facilities. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Services
              for People with Disabilities provide an accounting of state owned group home
              rents and costs to the Legislature or the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that in renewing contracts with private
              providers the Division of Services for People with Disabilities shall consider
              prevailing labor market conditions.
          ITEM    137    To    Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
              From    General Fund
11,637,700

              From    Federal Funds
25,704,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,624,100

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
1,814,500

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
1,139,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    910,100
              Financial Services    5,547,900
              Electronic Technology    7,318,000
              Child Support Services    19,760,600
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              Investigations and Collections    1,697,800
              Children in Care Collections    1,814,700
              Attorney General Contract    3,143,600
              Medical Collections    1,727,500
          ITEM    138    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
              From    General Fund
65,378,000

              From    Federal Funds
42,811,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,437,900

              From    General Fund Restricted - Children's Trust
350,000

              From    General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence
650,000

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
16,529,100

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
1,053,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    4,294,200
              Service Delivery    57,592,600
              In-Home Services    1,971,400
              Out-of-Home Care    30,754,000
              Facility Based Services    5,574,100
              Minor Grants    3,962,700
              Selected Programs    3,103,500
              Special Needs    1,696,400
              Domestic Violence Services    5,205,100
              Children's Trust Fund    350,000
              Adoption Assistance    11,793,100
              Child Welfare Management Information System    2,912,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for the adoption
              assistance program in the Division of Child and Family Services not lapse at
              the end of FY 2003. It is further the intent of the Legislature that these funds
               be used for adoption assistance programs.
          ITEM    139    To    Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
              From    General Fund
12,063,000

              From    Federal Funds
7,916,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
9,900

              From    Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance
179,300

              From    Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies
52,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Administration    1,143,600
              Local Government Grants    13,699,100
              Non-Formula Funds    2,210,700
              Adult Protective Services    3,167,300
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 248 passes, all savings
              from local health insurance premiums shall be used to provide services for
              clients of local health departments, mental health, aging services, and
              substance abuse authorities.
          ISF - HUMAN SERVICES
          ITEM    140    To    Department of Human Services - Internal Service Funds
              From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
3,951,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              ISF - DHS General Services    1,461,100
              ISF - DHS Data Processing    2,490,700
              Total FTE    33
          HIGHER EDUCATION
          UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
          ITEM    141    To    University of Utah - Education and General
              From    General Fund
82,089,200

              From    Income Tax
94,786,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
74,134,800

              From    General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account
4,000,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Education and General    255,010,100
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
              financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
              the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
              directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
              promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
              the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
              Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
               to control and manage energy costs.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
              representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
              legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
              Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
              of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
              formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
              and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
              of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
              cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
              well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
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              institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
              with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
          ITEM    142    To    University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
              From    General Fund
684,700

              From    Income Tax
26,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              Educationally Disadvantaged    711,600
          ITEM    143    To    University of Utah - School of Medicine
              From    General Fund
19,315,500

              From    Income Tax
1,313,900

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
7,651,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              School of Medicine    28,281,300
               In order to assure the Legislature that the University of Utah's School of
              Medicine is selecting and graduating the most highly qualified and competent
              doctors for the citizens of Utah, it is the intent of the Legislature that the
              University of Utah's School of Medicine present a detailed written report to
              the Higher Education Appropriation Subcommittee on their admission
              standards, policies and practices.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    144    To    University of Utah - University Hospital
              From    General Fund
4,146,500

              From    Income Tax
274,900

              From    Dedicated Credits - Land Grant
151,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              University Hospital    4,399,100
              Miners' Hospital    173,300
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that patient fees shall be retained by the
              Hospital provided that they are spent in compliance with the Hospital's
              operating budget approved by the State Board of Regents.
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          ITEM    145    To    University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
              From    General Fund
536,000

              From    Income Tax
32,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
106,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Regional Dental Education Program    674,900
          ITEM    146    To    University of Utah - Public Service
              From    General Fund
1,017,600

              From    Uniform School Fund
50,000

              From    Income Tax
57,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Seismograph Stations    401,400
              Museum of Natural History    612,300
              State Arboretum    111,300
          ITEM    147    To    University of Utah - Statewide TV Administration
              From    General Fund
2,239,100

              From    Income Tax
154,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Public Broadcasting    2,393,100
          ITEM    148    To    University of Utah - Land Grant Management
              From    Dedicated Credits - Land Grant
502,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Land Grant Management    502,100               
          ITEM    149    To    University of Utah - Poison Control Center
              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,339,900

              Schedule of Programs:
              Poison Control Center    1,339,900
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY
          ITEM    150    To    Utah State University - Education and General
              From    General Fund
76,278,800

              From    Income Tax
19,084,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
39,750,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Education and General    135,114,200
               It is the intent of the Legislature that, to the extent allowed by law, Utah
              State University may include in its annual fuel and power budget request the
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              payments to be made under an Energy Savings Agreement entered into under
              the authority of Section 63-9-67 for a Cogeneration and Central Chilled
              Water Plant.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
              financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
              the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
              directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
              promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
              the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
              Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
               to control and manage energy costs.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
              representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
              legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
              Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
              of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
              formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
              and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
              of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
              cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
              well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
              institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
              with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
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          ITEM    151    To    Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
              From    General Fund
223,700

              From    Income Tax
8,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Educationally Disadvantaged    231,900
          ITEM    152    To    Utah State University - Uintah Basin Continuing Education Center
              From    General Fund
2,237,900

              From    Income Tax
530,400

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,732,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Uintah Basin Continuing Ed    4,501,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    153    To    Utah State University - Southeastern Utah Continuing Education Center
              From    General Fund
603,700

              From    Income Tax
33,300

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
362,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Southeastern Utah Continuing Ed    999,500
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
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               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    154    To    Utah State University - Brigham City Continuing Education Center
              From    General Fund
119,500

              From    Income Tax
262,100

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
996,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Brigham City Continuing Education Center    1,378,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    155    To    Utah State University - Tooele Continuing Education Center
              From    General Fund
281,400

              From    Income Tax
769,500

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,321,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Tooele Continuing Education Center    3,372,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
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              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation with the
              student body representatives.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    156    To    Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
              From    General Fund
1,421,000

              From    Income Tax
92,500

              From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
901,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Water Research Laboratory    2,415,200
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    157    To    Utah State University - Agricultural Experiment Station
              From    General Fund
10,388,000

              From    Income Tax
1,123,700

              From    Federal Funds
1,826,600

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
709,700

              Schedule of Programs:
              Agriculture Experimentation Centers    14,048,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    158    To    Utah State University - Cooperative Extension Division
              From    General Fund
9,581,800

              From    Income Tax
1,305,300

              From    Federal Funds
2,101,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
235,200

              Schedule of Programs:
              Cooperative Extension Services    13,224,000
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
          ITEM    159    To    Utah State University - Land Grant Management
              From    Dedicated Credits - Land Grant
100,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Land Grant Management    100,600
          WEBER STATE UNIVERSITY
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          ITEM    160    To    Weber State University - Education and General
              From    General Fund
44,637,200

              From    Income Tax
10,453,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
27,992,500

              Schedule of Programs:
              Education and General    83,083,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
              financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
              the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
              directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
              promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
              the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
              Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
               to control and manage energy costs.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
              representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
              legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
              Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
              of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
              formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
              and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
              of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
              cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
              well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
              institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
              with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
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              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation
              with the student body representatives.
          ITEM    161    To    Weber State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
              From    General Fund
308,000

              From    Income Tax
19,600

              Schedule of Programs:
              Educationally Disadvantaged    327,600
          SOUTHERN UTAH UNIVERSITY
          ITEM    162    To    Southern Utah University - Education and General
              From    General Fund
21,247,300

              From    Income Tax
4,646,700

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
10,960,400

              Schedule of Programs:
              Education and General    36,854,400
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
              financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
              the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
              directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
              promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
              the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
              Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
               to control and manage energy costs.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
              representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
              legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
              Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
              of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
              formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
              and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
              of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
              cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
              well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
              institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
              with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
              faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
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              tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
              However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
              determined by the President of each institution in consultation
              with the student body representatives.
          ITEM    163    To    Southern Utah University - Educationally Disadvantaged
              From    General Fund
87,700

              From    Income Tax
4,000

              Schedule of Programs:
              Educationally Disadvantaged    91,700
          ITEM    164    To    Southern Utah University - Shakespeare Festival
              From    General Fund
12,800

              Schedule of Programs:
              Shakespeare Festival    12,800
          SNOW COLLEGE
          ITEM    165    To    Snow College - Education and General
              From    General Fund
10,191,900

              From    Income Tax
1,720,800

              From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
3,302,100

              Schedule of Programs:
              Education and General    15,214,800
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
              Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
              educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
              and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
              the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
              Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
              of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
              by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
              financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
              the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
              directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
              promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
              the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
              Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
               to control and manage energy costs.
               It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
              representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
              legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
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    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
ITEM    166    To    Snow College - Educationally Disadvantaged
    From    General Fund
32,600

    From    Income Tax
200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Educationally Disadvantaged    32,800
ITEM    167    To    Snow College - Snow College South
    From    General Fund
445,900

    From    Income Tax
2,635,700

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
635,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Snow South Education and General    3,716,800
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
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    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
DIXIE STATE COLLEGE
ITEM    168    To    Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
    From    General Fund
13,358,100

    From    Income Tax
2,632,800

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
6,409,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Education and General    22,399,900
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
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     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
ITEM    169    To    Dixie State College of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
    From    General Fund
31,200

    From    Income Tax
200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Educationally Disadvantaged    31,400
ITEM    170    To    Dixie State College of Utah - Zion Park Amphitheater
    From    General Fund
55,800

    From    Income Tax
1,500

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
31,900

    Schedule of Programs:
    Zion Park Amphitheater    89,200
COLLEGE OF EASTERN UTAH
ITEM    171    To    College of Eastern Utah - Education and General
    From    General Fund
7,725,800

    From    Income Tax
1,953,900

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,086,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Education and General    11,765,800
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
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    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
ITEM    172    To    College of Eastern Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
    From    General Fund
117,100

    From    Income Tax
1,700

    Schedule of Programs:
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    Educationally Disadvantaged    118,800
ITEM    173    To    College of Eastern Utah - Prehistoric Museum
    From    General Fund
168,200

    From    Income Tax
11,900

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Prehistoric Museum    181,100
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    174    To    College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
    From    General Fund
1,581,000

    From    Income Tax
143,300

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
434,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    San Juan Center Academic    2,158,700
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
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    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
UTAH VALLEY STATE COLLEGE
ITEM    175    To    Utah Valley State College - Education and General
    From    General Fund
30,665,400

    From    Income Tax
9,301,600

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
33,666,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Education and General    73,633,100
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
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    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
ITEM    176    To    Utah Valley State College - Educationally Disadvantaged
    From    General Fund
128,700

    From    Income Tax
4,300

    Schedule of Programs:
    Educationally Disadvantaged    133,000
SALT LAKE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ITEM    177    To    Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
    From    General Fund
37,902,700

    From    Income Tax
11,961,900

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
25,285,600

    Schedule of Programs:
    Education and General    75,150,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
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    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
ITEM    178    To    Salt Lake Community College - Educationally Disadvantaged
    From    General Fund
181,600

    From    Income Tax
1,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Educationally Disadvantaged    182,800
ITEM    179    To    Salt Lake Community College - Skill Center
    From    General Fund
3,305,600

    From    Income Tax
626,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
817,600

    Schedule of Programs:
    Skills Center    4,749,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
STATE BOARD OF REGENTS
ITEM    180    To    State Board of Regents - Administration
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    From    General Fund
3,195,000

    From    Income Tax
121,300

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
167,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    3,087,900
    Prison Recidivisim    395,400
    
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents present a
    detailed written report to the Executive Appropriations Committee on the
    distribution of the tuition waiver funds that were set aside from the resident
    and nonresident tuition revenue collected at each institution. It is also the
    intent of the Legislature that this report includes the current policy and
    practices employed for distributing these funds.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents establish
    a policy that when an adult who comes to Utah and establishes residence here
    for the purpose of attending an institution of higher education must
    demonstrate that they have followed the provisions already set by the Utah
    Code Section 53B-8-102, as well as reside in Utah one continuous year (12
    months) prior to enrolling full-time in an institution of higher education for
    the academic semester in question and prove that they have been financially
    independent of their parent(s) or guardian(s) by submitting appropriate Federal
     tax returns (for two consecutive years) for the calendar year prior to the
    beginning of the academic period for which registration as a resident student is
    sought.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents establish
    a policy regarding excess course taking by students. The policy may require
    that a student who registers two or more times in the same undergraduate
    course be subject to a repeat-course fee of one hundred percent of the full cost
    of instruction.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah System of Higher
    Education in submitting its budget for FY 2003 and FY 2004 for the
    educationally disadvantaged shall separate their request by the main campus
    and by any branch campuses. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
    the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst in preparing the annual
    Appropriations Act for FY 2003 and FY 2004 shall separate into line Items
    of appropriation those requests approved for the educationally disadvantaged
    by the main campus and by any branch campuses.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
    tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after compensation.
    However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional needs shall be
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    determined by the President of each institution in consultation
    with the student body representatives.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit all
    financial reports (i.e. A-1's, R-1's, S-10's, and S-12's, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
    directed to closely supervise the fuel and power budgets with the intent of
    promoting greater energy efficiency on each campus. It is also the intent of
    the Legislature that the Board of Regents report during the interim to the
    Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of long term plans
     to control and manage energy costs.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of Presidents and
    representatives of the Board of Regents working in conjunction with
    legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst and a representative of the
    Governor's Office review and refine the funding formula for the Utah System
    of Higher Education. It is the intent of the Legislature that this proposed
    formula reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable systemwide
    and institutional specific performance indicators, respond to changes in costs
    of instruction due to the implementation of technology or the utilization of
    cost saving measures and respond to market demand, student performance as
    well as recognized differences in institutional roles and mission.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of Higher Education
    institutions use facility operation and maintenance (O&M) funding consistent
    with State Agencies only for O&M purposes.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents in
    consultation with the Utah Academic Library Consortium should coordinate
    the acquisition of library materials for the nine USHE institutions.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    181    To    State Board of Regents - Engineering Initiative
    From    General Fund
2,000,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Engineering Initiative    2,000,000
ITEM    182    To    State Board of Regents - Federal Programs
    From    Federal Funds
301,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    Federal Programs    301,400
ITEM    183    To    State Board of Regents - Student Aid
    From    General Fund
3,880,100

    From    Income Tax
1,732,000

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    From    Federal Funds
390,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Student Aid    3,066,500
    Minority Scholarships    48,300
    Tuition Assistance    48,300
    New Century Scholarships    75,400
    Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education    2,763,600
ITEM    184    To    State Board of Regents - Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
    From    General Fund
1,016,500

    From    Income Tax
30,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education    1,046,600
ITEM    185    To    State Board of Regents - T.H. Bell Scholarship Program
    From    General Fund
631,800

    From    Income Tax
3,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
200,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    T.H. Bell Scholarship Program    834,800
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    186    To    State Board of Regents - University Centers
    From    General Fund
253,300

    From    Income Tax
8,700

    Schedule of Programs:
    University Centers    262,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    187    To    State Board of Regents - Higher Education Technology Initiative
    From    General Fund
2,507,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Higher Education Technology Initiative    2,507,200
ITEM    188    To    State Board of Regents - Electronic College
    From    General Fund
517,800

    From    Income Tax
7,500

    Schedule of Programs:
    Electronic College    525,300
ITEM    189    To    State Board of Regents - Utah Academic Library Consortium
    From    General Fund
2,196,100

    From    Income Tax
760,000

    Schedule of Programs:
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    Utah Academic Library Consortium    2,956,100
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents in
    consultation with the Utah Academic Library Consortium should coordinate
    the acquisition of library materials for the nine USHE institutions.
UTAH EDUCATION NETWORK
ITEM    190    To    Utah Education Network
    From    General Fund
2,353,200

    From    Uniform School Fund
10,696,500

    From    Income Tax
186,700

    From    Federal Funds
3,363,600

    From    Interest Income
400,000

    From    Revenue Transfers
241,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    1,178,200
    Public Information    428,800
    KULC Broadcast    497,800
    Technical Services    11,628,000
    Instructional Support    2,770,400
    Instructional Delivery    738,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    191    To    Utah Education Network - Utah State University Satellite Telecommunication
    From    Income Tax
1,482,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    USU Satellite Telecommunications    1,482,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
ITEM    192    To    Utah Education Network - College of Eastern Utah Distance Education
    From    Income Tax
268,700

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
157,600

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(157,600)

    Schedule of Programs:
    CEU Distance Education    268,700
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed to
    faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAM
ITEM    193    To    Medical Education Program
    From    Federal Funds
440,000

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
43,500

    Schedule of Programs:
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    Medical Education Program    483,500
NATURAL RESOURCES
ITEM    194    To    Department of Natural Resources - Administration
    From    General Fund
3,611,800

    From    General Fund, One-time
40,000

    From    Federal Funds
1,946,700

    From    Oil Overcharge - Exxon
2,376,300

    From    Oil Overcharge - Stripper Well Fund
755,500

    From    Revenue Transfers
19,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Executive Director    758,100
    Administrative Services    1,450,800
    Energy Resource Planning    5,676,200
    Public Affairs    357,800
    Bear Lake Commission    50,000
    Law Enforcement    304,600
    Ombudsman    151,800
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Bear Lake Regional
    Commission be expended only as a one-to-one match with funds from the
    state of Idaho.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation for RS 2477 roads
    defense be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2000 one-time supplemental
    appropriation of $120,000 for Thistle water tunnel improvements
    be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2000 one-time General Fund
    appropriation of $50,000 for Wide Hollow Water Conservancy District be
    nonlapsing, but not released until the Environmental Impact Statement is
    complete and the project has been authorized to move forward.
ITEM    195    To    Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
    From    General Fund
417,500

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,300,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - Species Protection
687,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Species Protection    3,404,700
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Species Protection program
    General Fund appropriation be nonlapsing.
ITEM    196    To    Department of Natural Resources - Building Operations
    From    General Fund
1,621,700

    Schedule of Programs:
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    Building Operations    1,621,700
ITEM    197    To    Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State Lands
    From    General Fund
2,992,700

    From    Federal Funds
2,421,400

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
2,676,800

    From    General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management
1,736,700

    From    Revenue Transfers
175,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Director's Office    257,400
    Administrative Services    418,800
    Fire Suppression    2,031,400
    Planning and Technology    216,000
    Technical Assistance    729,100
    Program Delivery    1,186,600
    Lone Peak Center    2,806,700
    Program Delivery Cooperators    2,356,600
ITEM    198    To    Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
    From    General Fund
1,359,400

    From    Federal Funds
3,772,200

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
152,900

    From    General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account
1,669,200

    From    Revenue Transfers
60,200

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
100,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    1,182,300
    Board    25,300
    Oil and Gas Conservation    1,642,400
    Minerals Reclamation    479,800
    Coal Reclamation    1,601,400
    Abandoned Mine    2,082,700
    OGM Misc. Nonlapsing    100,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Minerals
    Reclamation Program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    199    To    Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
    From    General Fund
2,938,100

    From    Federal Funds
7,043,500

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
105,200

    From    General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat
2,385,100

    From    General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
23,234,200

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
600,000

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    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    1,557,000
    Public Services    5,254,800
    Conservation Outreach    1,919,700
    Law Enforcement    6,532,400
    Habitat Council    2,585,000
    Habitat Section    3,027,900
    Wildlife Section    6,790,900
    Aquatic Section    8,638,400
     It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $250,000 in revenues from the
     $2 fishing/combination license increase be spent on the Community Fisheries
    Program. These funds shall be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $500,000 in revenues from the
     $2 fishing/combination license increase be spent on the Olympic/Blue Ribbon
    Fisheries Program. These funds shall be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the division spend a minimum of
    $265,000 to improve deer herds according to management plan objectives.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources
    transfer $200,000 General Funds to the Department of Agriculture and Food.
    It is further the intent of the Legislature that $100,000 of this transfer be used
     to match funds from local governments in the Predatory Animal Control
    Program, and $100,000 be used to supplement the amount required by
    UCA 4-23-9(2)(a).
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources
    emphasize as much as possible the revenue-generating activities within its
    mission.
     The Legislature intends that up to $500,000 of this budget may be used for
    big game depredation expenditures. The Legislature also intends that half of
    these funds shall be from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
    Account and half from the General Fund. This funding shall be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources
    spend a minimum of $70,000 from the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife
    Habitat Account for purposes stated in UCA 23-19-43(5)(a)(i) (control of
    predators).
     It is the intent of the Legislature that appropriations from the General
    Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat Account be nonlapsing.
ITEM    200    To    Department of Natural Resources - Predator Control
    From    General Fund
66,400

    From    Transfers
(66,400)

ITEM    201    To    Department of Natural Resources - General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
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    From    General Fund
168,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    168,000
ITEM    202    To    Department of Natural Resources - Contributed Research
    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
336,700

    Schedule of Programs:
    Contributed Research    336,700
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Contributed
     Research program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    203    To    Department of Natural Resources - Cooperative Environmental Studies
    From    Federal Funds
3,089,100

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
507,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    Cooperative Environmental Study    3,596,500
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the
    Cooperative Environmental Studies program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    204    To    Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Capital Budget
    From    General Fund
800,000

    From    Federal Funds
1,311,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - State Fish Hatchery Maintenance
1,000,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
205,000

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
800,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Fisheries    4,116,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Wildlife Board use the FY 2002
    one-time General Fund appropriation of $1 million for the acquisition of
    conservation easements for big game habitat on land disposed of after July 1,
    2001, by the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration. It is
    further the intent of the Legislature that the ownership of the real property
    shall be in a property tax paying, private party or parties, with the Division of
     Wildlife Resources owning the conservation easements for big game habitat in
     that real property as provided in Utah Code Ann. Sec. 57-18-4. This
    appropriation is nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources -
    Capital Budget be nonlapsing.
ITEM    205    To    Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
    From    General Fund
8,255,800

    From    Federal Funds
913,600

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
8,355,200

    From    General Fund Restricted - Boating
3,159,700

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    From    General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle
2,075,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Director    412,900
    Board    16,100
    Park Operations    16,313,900
    Comprehensive Planning    392,100
    Administration    585,100
    Design and Construction    437,800
    Reservations    311,900
    Law Enforcement    291,200
    Fiscal and Accounting    838,600
    Boating    1,039,100
    OHV    1,082,300
    Grants and Trails    288,500
    This Is the Place Mgt Fee    750,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that, because the appropriation for the
    This is the Place Foundation management fee has been reduced to $750,000,
    the Division of Parks and Recreation provide an amount no greater than
    $750,000 to the Foundation.
ITEM    206    To    Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation Capital Budget
    From    General Fund
954,800

    From    Federal Funds
2,400,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
175,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - Boating
833,400

    From    General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle
525,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Facilities Acquisition and Development    988,200
    Riverway Enhancement Grants    375,000
    Trail Grants    475,000
    National Recreation Trails    50,000
    Donated Capital Projects    25,000
    Region Roads and Renovation    100,000
    Boat Access Grants    700,000
    Off-highway Vehicle Grants    175,000
    Miscellaneous Nonlapsing    2,000,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that $100,000 of the Trails Grants budget
     be dedicated to the Bonneville Shoreline Trail pursuant to UCA 63-11A-504,
    if applications and matching funds are available from local governments.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that no portion of a golf course or other
    improvements to be constructed at Soldier Hollow shall infringe upon space
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    designated for winter or summer biathlon or cross-country events including the
     safety zones necessary for the safe operation of the biathlon rifle range.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Parks and Recreation
     - Capital Budget be nonlapsing.
ITEM    207    To    Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
    From    General Fund
2,362,000

    From    Federal Funds
528,100

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
368,300

    From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
760,300

    From    Revenue Transfers
204,300

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
364,300

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(303,100)

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    620,700
    Technical Services    523,100
    Applied Geology    435,100
    Board    8,400
    Geologic Mapping    568,700
    Economic Geology    1,076,000
    Environmental    402,300
    Geologic Extension Service    649,900
     It is the intent of the Legislature that Mineral Lease funds be nonlapsing.
ITEM    208    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
    From    General Fund
2,653,800

    From    Federal Funds
10,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
300,000

    From    Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund
1,863,200

    From    Water Resources Construction Fund
150,000

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
23,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    452,000
    Board    31,000
    Interstate Streams    270,100
    Planning    1,774,900
    Cloudseeding    150,000
    City Loans Administration    116,900
    Construction    1,677,700
    Water Conservation/Education    193,400
    Bear River/Wasatch Front    23,200
    West Desert Ops    11,000
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    Cooperative Water Conservation    300,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the
    Cooperative Water Conservation program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Bear
    River/Wasatch Front program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    209    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources Revolving Construction Fund
    From    General Fund
563,000

    From    Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund
1,425,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Construction Fund    1,988,000
ITEM    210    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund
    From    General Fund
1,089,500

    Schedule of Programs:
    Conservation and Development Fund    1,089,500
ITEM    211    To    Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
    From    General Fund
6,020,200

    From    General Fund, One-time
130,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
100,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    668,900
    Appropriation    613,800
    Dam Safety    595,000
    Adjudication    699,700
    Cooperative Studies    564,400
    Technical Services    645,200
    Advertising    150,000
    Area Offices    2,313,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that prior-year federal funds in the Dam
    Safety program be nonlapsing.
ISF - NATURAL RESOURCES
ITEM    212    To    Department of Natural Resources - Internal Service Fund
    From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
5,370,700

    From    Sale of Fixed Assets
78,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    ISF - DNR Warehouse    670,000
    ISF - DNR Motorpool    4,076,700
    ISF - DNR Data Processing    702,000
    Total FTE    10
    Authorized Capital Outlay    100,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that, if funding is available, the Utah
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    Geological Survey be allowed to pay up to $200,000 in contributed capital to
    the Natural Resources Warehouse Internal Service Fund in order to pay down
    their existing debt on the Core Sample Library.
AGRICULTURE
ITEM    213    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Administration
    From    General Fund
7,817,100

    From    General Fund, One-time
125,000

    From    Federal Funds
2,077,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
944,500

    From    General Fund Restricted - Horse Racing
50,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - Livestock Brand
700,500

    From    General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention
66,500

    From    Revenue Transfers
537,700

    Schedule of Programs:
    General Administration    1,380,100
    Meat Inspection    1,629,800
    Chemistry Laboratory    717,900
    Animal Health    815,700
    Agriculture Inspection    1,651,200
    Regulatory Services    2,144,400
    Public Affairs    84,100
    Sheep Promotion    50,000
    Auction Market Veterinarians    72,000
    Brand Inspection    1,117,800
    Utah Horse Commission    50,000
    Environmental Quality    1,506,300
    Grain Inspection    437,100
    Insect Inspection    220,500
    Marketing and Development    441,400
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Agriculture and
    Food organize, staff, and conduct a task force to study the implementation of
    a Utah Milk Commission, and report back to the Natural Resources,
    Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee on or before
    their October 2002 meeting.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Research
    program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Grain
    Inspection Program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Auction
    Market Veterinarian program be nonlapsing.
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     It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2001 one-time General Fund
    appropriation of $75,000 for biological control of weeds be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the FY 2001 one-time General Fund
    appropriation of $90,000 for private grazing land improvements
    be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Department of Agriculture
    and Food use its rulemaking authority granted in UCA 4-16-3 to make rules
    concerning seed container labeling requirements, after consultation with the
    seed industry, the Utah Seed Council, and the Utah Crop Improvement
    Association.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funds collected in the Organic
    Certification Program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Agricultural
     Inspection Program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation for grants to
    charitable organizations specified under UCA 57-18-3, or held by the
    Department of Agriculture and Food, be used for purchase of conservation
    easements for agricultural protection and be nonlapsing.
ITEM    214    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Building Operations
    From    General Fund
264,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Building Operations    264,000
ITEM    215    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Predatory Animal Control
    From    General Fund
641,200

    From    General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention
461,000

    From    Transfers
266,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    Predatory Animal Control    1,368,600
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources
    transfer $200,000 General Funds to the Department of Agriculture and Food.
    It is further the intent of the Legislature that $100,000 of this transfer be used
     to match funds from local governments in the Predatory Animal Control
    program, and $100,000 be used to supplement the amount required by UCA 4-
    23-9(2)(a). These funds shall be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Predatory
    Animal Control program be nonlapsing.
ITEM    216    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Resource Conservation
    From    General Fund
1,142,200

    From    Agriculture Resource Development Fund
235,400

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(3,700)

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    Schedule of Programs:
    Resource Conservation Administration    125,900
    Soil Conservation Commission    9,200
    Resource Conservation    1,238,800
     It is the intent of the Legislature that collections for the "Ag Tag" license
    plate be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Soil Conservation Districts
    submit annual reports documenting supervisory expenses to the Legislative
    Fiscal Analyst, the Office of Planning and Budget, and the Soil Conservation
    Commission. It is also the intent of the Legislature that these documents be
    reviewed and reported to the Governor and the 2003 Legislature.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funding approved for Soil
    Conservation District elections be nonlapsing and be spent only during even-
    numbered years when elections take place.
ITEM    217    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Loans
    From    Agriculture Resource Development Fund
296,100

    From    Utah Rural Rehabilitation Loan
18,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Agriculture Loan Program    314,100
ISF - AGRICULTURE
ITEM    218    To    Department of Agriculture and Food - Internal Service Fund
    From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
280,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    ISF - Agriculture Data Processing    280,000
    Total FTE    3
    Authorized Capital Outlay    59,600
SCHOOL & INSTITUTIONAL TRUST LANDS
ITEM    219    To    School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration - School & Institutional Trust Lands
    From    Land Grant Management Fund
10,247,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    Board    190,300
    Director    636,100
    Administration    706,900
    Accounting    262,100
    Royalty    163,800
    Minerals    1,155,700
    Surface    1,311,500
    Development - Operating    1,136,600
    Legal/Contracts    402,900
    Data Processing    718,200
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    Forestry and Grazing    563,300
    Development - Capital    3,000,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the compensation package for
    employees of the School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration not
    exceed the legislatively approved compensation package for employees in
    other departments.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the School and Institutional Trust
    Lands Administration report on the development of management strategies
    and on the use of funds appropriated for block management to the Natural
    Resources, Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee during fall 2002.
PUBLIC EDUCATION
STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION
ITEM    220    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education
    From    Uniform School Fund
26,054,000

    From    Uniform School Fund, One-time
3,000,000

    From    Federal Funds
132,455,700

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
5,397,300

    From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
943,500

    From    General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention
450,700

    From    Uniform School Fund Restricted - Professional Practices
81,500

    From    Revenue Transfers
100

    From    Revenue Transfers - Interagency
1,080,200

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
3,371,600

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(3,371,600)

    Schedule of Programs:
    Board of Education    1,090,900
    Instructional Services    123,851,900
    Agency Support    4,458,900
    Planning and Project Services    20,847,000
    Applied Technology Education    15,303,900
    District Services    3,703,800
    Utah Education Network    206,600
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Office of Education should
    not apply for, nor accept federal grants specifically used to fund sex education,
    including Aids Education and Prevention.
ITEM    221    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
    From    General Fund
254,900

    From    Uniform School Fund
18,590,300

    From    Federal Funds
31,672,800

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
238,000

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    From    Revenue Transfers - Interagency
114,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Executive Director    1,605,500
    Blind and Visually Impaired    4,838,600
    Rehabilitation Administration    35,310,800
    Disability Determination    7,414,600
    Deaf and Hard of Hearing    1,700,500
ITEM    222    To    State Board of Education - School for the Deaf and Blind
    From    Uniform School Fund
18,103,600

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,204,800

    From    Revenue Transfers - Interagency
3,091,200

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
1,078,300

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(1,482,900)

    Schedule of Programs:
    Instruction    13,034,600
    Support Services    8,960,400
ITEM    223    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child Nutrition
    From    Uniform School Fund
164,400

    From    Federal Funds
72,600,400

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
15,004,600

    Schedule of Programs:
    Child Nutrition    87,769,400
ITEM    224    To    State Board of Education - Fine Arts and Sciences
    From    Uniform School Fund
3,105,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Hansen Planetarium    471,500
    Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company    89,700
    Repertory Dance Company    91,200
    Children's Dance Theater    105,400
    Utah Opera Company    218,400
    Ballet West    417,500
    Utah Symphony    857,400
    Springville Arts Museum    131,300
    Children's Museum of Utah    48,200
    Utah Museum of Natural History    282,700
    Utah Festival Opera    174,600
    Utah Shakespearean Festival    217,200
     It is the intent of the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee to
    study the funding, administration, service delivery and growth issues relating to
     the Fine Arts and Sciences program during the interim.
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ITEM    225    To    State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Educational Contracts
    From    Uniform School Fund
3,928,300

    Schedule of Programs:
    Youth Center    1,160,200
    Corrections Institutions    2,768,100
     It is the intent of the Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee to
    study the funding, program delivery and administration issues relating to the
    education of individuals in state custody during the interim.
ISF - PUBLIC EDUCATION
ITEM    226    To    State Board of Education - Internal Service Fund
    From    Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue
1,200,800

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
113,200

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(112,500)

    Schedule of Programs:
    ISF - State Board ISF    1,201,500
    Total FTE    8
    Authorized Capital Outlay    17,300
     Rates for the USOE Internal Service Fund are as follows:
    Printing:
     $17.00 per hour labor
     $0.04 per copy
     cost plus 35 percent on printing supplies
    Mail Room:
     cost plus 25 percent on postage
ITEM    227    To    State Board of Education - Indirect Cost Pool
    From    Revenue Transfers
3,504,400

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
305,200

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(45,400)

    Schedule of Programs:
    ISF - USOE Indirect Cost Pool    3,764,200
    Total FTE    50
    Authorized Capital Outlay    75,000
     Rates for the USOE Indirect Cost Pool are as follows:
     11 percent of personal services costs supported by restricted funds
     14.9 percent of personal services costs supported by unrestricted funds
TRANSPORTATION & ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
NATIONAL GUARD
ITEM    228    To    Utah National Guard - Utah National Guard
    From    General Fund
4,186,400

    From    Federal Funds
15,706,300

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    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,835,600

    From    Revenue Transfers - Intergovernmental
165,500

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
41,500

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(31,500)

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    530,800
    Armory Maintenance    17,696,300
    Veterans' Affairs    188,700
    Veterans' Cemetery    244,400
    Veterans Nursing Home    3,243,600
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated to the Veterans'
    Nursing Home be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated to the Veterans'
    Affairs Program be nonlapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for tuition
    assistance be nonlapsing.
ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
ITEM    229    To    Department of Environmental Quality
    From    General Fund
10,207,500

    From    General Fund, One-time
250,000

    From    Federal Funds
15,558,100

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
6,176,800

    From    General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality
5,027,100

    From    General Fund Restricted - Underground Wastewater System
76,000

    From    General Fund Restricted - Used Oil Collection Administration
690,300

    From    General Fund Restricted - Voluntary Cleanup
110,400

    From    General Fund Restricted - Water Development Security - Drinking Water
53,100

    From    General Fund Restricted - Water Development Security - Water Quality
772,200

    From    Expendable Trust - Petroleum Storage Tank
1,126,300

    From    Expendable Trust - Waste Tire Recycling
99,900

    From    Petroleum Storage Tank Account
50,200

    From    Petroleum Storage Tank Loan
131,400

    From    Revenue Transfers - Within Agency
187,300

    From    Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
1,210,900

    From    Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances
(283,100)

    Schedule of Programs:
    Director's Office    4,770,400
    Air Quality    8,257,700
    Environmental Response/Remediation    5,864,400
    Radiation Control    2,127,100
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    Water Quality    10,153,400
    Drinking Water    3,931,100
    Solid and Hazardous Waste    6,340,300
     It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 248 passes, all savings
    from local health insurance premiums shall be used to provide services for
    clients of local health departments, mental health, aging services, and
    substance abuse authorities.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for the purpose
    of addressing high level nuclear waste be non-lapsing.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any unexpended Groundwater Permit
     Administration fees are non-lapsing and authorized for use in the Groundwater
     Permit Administration Program in the following fiscal year to reduce the fees
     charged.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any unexpended funds in the Air
    Operating Permit Program are non-lapsing and authorized for use in the Air
    Operating Permit Program in FY 2003 to reduce emission fees.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that funding provided to hire a full time
    attorney to recover Petroleum Storage Tank Trust Funds and Petroleum
    Storage Cleanup Funds be used exclusively for that purpose. It is the intent of
    the Legislature that this funding is to be considered a one time appropriation.
ITEM    230    To    Department of Environmental Quality - Water Security Development Account
             - Water Pollution
    From    Federal Funds
5,000,000

    From    Designated Sales Tax
1,772,000

    From    Repayments
8,015,800

    Schedule of Programs:
    Water Pollution    14,787,800
ITEM    231    To    Department of Environmental Quality - Water Security Development Account
             - Drinking Water
    From    Federal Funds
6,550,000

    From    Designated Sales Tax
1,772,000

    From    Repayments
1,171,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Drinking Water    9,493,000
ITEM    232    To    Department of Environmental Quality - Hazardous Substance Mitigation Fund
    From    General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality
400,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Hazardous Substance Mitigation Fund    400,000
TRANSPORTATION
ITEM    233    To    Department of Transportation - Support Services
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    From    General Fund
637,100

    From    Transportation Fund
24,216,900

    From    Federal Funds
510,400

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administrative Services    2,139,300
    Loss Management    2,945,300
    Building and Grounds    1,419,600
    Human Resources Management    1,069,200
    Procurement    859,000
    Comptroller    2,683,000
    Data Processing    7,676,700
    Internal Auditor    630,500
    Community Relations    524,400
    Ports of Entry    5,417,400
ITEM    234    To    Department of Transportation - Engineering Services
    From    General Fund
170,000

    From    Transportation Fund
13,719,800

    From    Transportation Fund, One-time
100,000

    From    Federal Funds
7,619,100

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
603,500

    Schedule of Programs:
    Safety Operations    2,074,900
    Traffic Safety    2,069,100
    Program Development    6,739,900
    Preconstruction Administration    1,013,600
    Structures    2,095,300
    Materials Lab    3,312,500
    Engineering Services    2,288,500
    Right-of-Way    1,609,400
    Research    1,009,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Transportation
    continue to implement the adjustment improvements contained in their
    Performance Management Initiative Internal Plan. This plan will continue to
     be updated and coordinated through the Performance Management Team,
    with the approval from and implementation directed by the Department's
    Executive Director.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department make a report to
    the Interim Executive Appropriations Committee and Transportation Joint
    Appropriations Committee prior to the General 2003 Legislative Session,
    indicating the efficiencies and cost reductions that have been achieved and
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    those that are anticipated as a result of implementing these improvement
    actions.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Transportation,
    in conjunction with these improvement initiatives, be given authorization to
    adjust the assignment of FTE positions between line items as may be necessary
     in order to achieve the objectives of this plan. Such reassignments of FTE
    positions will be included in the report to the Interim Executive
    Appropriations Committee and Transportation Joint Appropriations
    Committee and any transfer of funding will be facilitated through a
    supplemental appropriations request in the 2003 Session.
ITEM    235    To    Department of Transportation - Maintenance Management
    From    General Fund
12,000

    From    Transportation Fund
80,281,300

    From    Transportation Fund, One-time
100,000

    From    Federal Funds
84,600

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
450,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Maintenance Administration    4,904,300
    District 1    12,661,500
    District 2    20,702,300
    District 3    12,065,800
    Richfield    8,674,400
    Price    9,802,000
    Cedar City    9,513,700
    Seasonal Pools    701,200
    Lands & Buildings    1,902,700
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Department of
    Transportation look for alternatives to the current Huntington Maintenance
    Station. If the Department of Transportation finds an alternative location
    that in the opinion of the Division of Facilities Construction and Management
     and State Building Board is cost beneficial to the state, the Department of
    Transportation is authorized to lease, purchase or build such maintenance
    station. It is the intent of the Legislature that the alternative location not
    require new design and construction of a maintenance station facility.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that any and all collections or cash
    income from the sale or salvage of land and buildings are to be lapsed to the
    Transportation Fund.
ITEM    236    To    Department of Transportation - Construction Management
    From    General Fund, One-time
4,000,000

    From    Transportation Fund
101,261,000

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    From    Federal Funds
128,809,600

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,550,000

    From    Designated Sales Tax
1,000,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Construction Management    2,410,800
    Field Crews    16,929,300
    Federal Construction - New    60,358,400
    Rehabilitation/Preservation    123,601,500
    State Construction - New    32,631,900
    Civil Rights    396,700
    I-15 Team    292,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that there is appropriated to the
    Department of Transportation from the Transportation Fund, not otherwise
    appropriated, a sum sufficient, but not more than the surplus of the
    Transportation Fund, to be used by the Department for the construction,
    rehabilitation, and preservation of State highways in Utah.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation fund first, a
    maximum participation with the federal government for the construction of
    federally designated highways, as provided by law; next the rehabilitation and
    preservation of State highways, as provided by law, and last, the construction
    of State highways, as funding permits
     It is also the intent of the Legislature that the FTEs for field crews may be
    adjusted to accommodate the increase or decrease in the Federal Construction
    Program. No portion of the money appropriated by this item shall be used
    either directly or indirectly to enhance or increase the appropriations
    otherwise made by this act to the Department of Transportation for other
    purposes.
ITEM    237    To    Department of Transportation - District Management
    From    Transportation Fund
20,406,400

    From    Federal Funds
3,140,500

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
1,064,300

    Schedule of Programs:
    Region 1    4,144,100
    Region 2    10,773,300
    Region 3    3,785,400
    Region 4    4,257,600
    Richfield    540,800
    Price    505,600
    Cedar City    604,400
ITEM    238    To    Department of Transportation - Equipment Management
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    From    General Fund
241,400

    From    Transportation Fund
4,433,900

    From    Transportation Fund, One-time
550,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
13,207,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Equipment Purchases    8,140,800
    Shops    9,229,400
    Maintenance Planning    1,062,200
ITEM    239    To    Department of Transportation - Aeronautics
    From    Federal Funds
10,000,000

    From    Dedicated Credits Revenue
735,900

    From    Transportation Fund Restricted - Aeronautics Fund
11,244,100

    Schedule of Programs:
    Administration    1,427,300
    Airport Construction    13,036,100
    Civil Air Patrol    75,000
    Aid to Local Airports    6,240,000
    Airplane Operations    1,201,600
ITEM    240    To    Department of Transportation - B and C Roads
    From    Transportation Fund
94,995,000

    From    Designated Sales Tax
19,388,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    B & C Roads    114,383,000
ITEM    241    To    Department of Transportation - Safe Sidewalk Construction
    From    Transportation Fund
500,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    Sidewalk Construction    500,000
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds appropriated from the
    Transportation Fund for pedestrian safety projects be used specifically to
    correct pedestrian hazards on State highways.
     It is also the intent of the Legislature that local authorities be encouraged
    to participate in the construction of pedestrian safety devices. The
    appropriated funds are to be used according to the criteria set forth in Section
    72-8-104, Utah Code Annotated, 1953. The funds appropriated for sidewalk
    construction shall not lapse.
     If local governments cannot use their allocation of Sidewalk Safety Funds
    in two years, these funds will then be available for other governmental entities
     which are prepared to use the resources.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that local participation in the Sidewalk
    Construction Program be on a 75% state and 25% local match basis.
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ITEM    242    To    Department of Transportation - Mineral Lease
    From    General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease
21,149,200

    Schedule of Programs:
    Mineral Lease Payments    18,720,000
    Payment in Lieu    2,429,200
     It is the intent of the Legislature that the funds appropriated from the
    Federal Mineral Lease Account shall be used for improvement or
    reconstruction of highways that have been heavily impacted by energy
    development. It is also the intent of the Legislature that private industries
    engaged in developing the State's natural resources be encouraged to
    participate in the construction of highways leading to their facilities.
     It is the intent of the Legislature that local governments use their mineral
    lease funds to improve the most heavily impacted highways in their
    jurisdiction.    
     The funds appropriated for improvement or reconstruction of energy
    impacted highways are nonlapsing.
REVENUE - TRANSPORTATION & ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
ITEM    243    To    General Fund
    From    Centennial Highway Program
10,800,000

    Schedule of Programs:
    General Fund    10,800,000
Section 2. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following fees are approved for the use and support of the
government of the State of Utah for the Fiscal Year beginning July 1, 2002 and ending June 30, 2003.
EXECUTIVE OFFICES & CRIMINAL JUSTICE
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY
PROGRAMS & OPERATIONS
Fingerprints Olympic/Other    10.00
Firearms Instructor Renewal    25.00
Station Approval and Set Up    100.00
Station Revocation Reinstatement    100.00
Name or Address Change    100.00
Annual Station License    25.00
Station License Reinstatement    25.00
Inspection Certification Fee (valid three years)    10.00
Inspector Reinstatement If Suspended    10.00
Inspector Reinstatement If Revoked    25.00
Safety Inspection Manual    10.00
Class I Liquid Petroleum Gas License    450.00
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Class II Liquid Petroleum Gas License    450.00
Class III Liquid Petroleum Gas License    105.00
Class IV Liquid Petroleum Gas License    150.00
Branch Office Liquid Petroleum Gas License    338.00
Liquid Petroleum Gas Certificate    30.00
Liquid Petroleum Gas (dispenser Operator B)    10.00
Duplicate Liquid Petroleum Gas License    30.00
Liquid Petroleum Gas License Examination    20.00
Liquid Petroleum Gas License Re-examination    20.00
Liquid Petroleum Gas License Five year examination    20.00
Plan Reviews:
    More than 5000 gallons of Liquid Petroleum Gas    90.00
    5000 water gallons or less Liquid Petroleum Gas    45.00
    Special inspections (per hour)    30.00
    Re-inspection (3rd Inspection or more)    250.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Licenses    300.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Branch Office Licenses    150.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Certificate of Registration    30.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Duplicate Certificate of Registration    30.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems License Transfer    50.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Application for exemption    300.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Examinations    20.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Re-examinations    15.00
Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems Five year examination    20.00
Fireworks Display and Special Effects Operator    10.00
Auto Fire Suppression Systems Combination    150.00
LP Gas Private Container Inspection    150.00
DRIVER LICENSE
In accordance with Section 53-3-105 808 and 905 the following fees are approved for the services of the Driver
License Division for FY 2003.
Commercial driver school Original license    80.00
Commercial driver school annual renewal license    50.00
Commercial driver school duplicate license    5.00
Commercial driver school Instructor license    15.00
Commercial driver school annual instructor renewal license    10.00
Commercial driver school duplicate instructor    3.00
Commercial Driver School Branch Office Original License    20.00
Commercial Driver School Branch Office Annual Renewal License    20.00
Commercial Driver School Branch Office Reinstatement Fee    25.00
Commercial Driver School Instructor School Reinstatement Fee    25.00
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CDL Intra-state Medical Waiver Fee    25.00
Certified Record (includes MVR):
    first 15 pages    9.00
    16 to 30 pages    14.00
    31 to 45 pages    19.00
    46 or more pages    24.00
Per se Arrest Copies    5.00
Refusal Arrest Copies    5.00
Officer's Accident Report Copies    5.00
Court Conviction Copies    5.00
Copy of any other record or letter maintained by Driver's License Division    5.00
Tape recording copy    5.00
CAPITAL FACILITIES & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
OFFICE OF STATE DEBT COLLECTION
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Office of State
Debt Collection for FY 2003.
ISF - Debt Collection
Post Judgment Interest-Rate established by federal government on January 1 each year
Collection Penalty - 5.00%
Collection Interest - A rate not to exceed Prime plus 2% on July 1 of the new fiscal year
Administrative Collection Fee - 17.00%
DIVISION OF PURCHASING AND GENERAL SERVICES
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of
Purchasing and General Services for FY 2003.
ISF - Central Mailing
Business Reply/Postage Due    .09
Special Handling/Labor Per Hour    28.35
Auto Fold    .01
Label Generate    .021
Label Apply    .018
Bursting    .012
Auto Tab    .016
Optical Character Reader Rejects Manual Sort    .036
Meter/Seal    .017
Federal Meter/Seal    .014
Optical Character Reader    .017
Mail Distribution    .045
Accountable Mail    .18
Task Distribution Rate    .008
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Auto Insert 1st insert ($17.50 Min.)    .013
Additional inserts    .004
Inserting Intelligent ($17.50)    .018
Minimum Charge Bursting    5.00
Minimum Charge Inserting    17.50
Minimum Charge Auto Tab    5.00
Minimum Charge Label Generate    17.50
Minimum Charge Label Apply    5.00
ISF - Electronic Purchasing
Orders: Markup 2% Cost
Purchases at service centers:
    Markup 40% cost
ISF - Publishing
8.5 x 11 #20 white bond or 3HD:
    1 to 25 copies    .037
    26 to 99 copies    .032
    100 plus copies    .028
8.5 x 11 #20 colored bond or recycled white, or 8.5 x 14 #20 white bond:
    1 to 25 copies    .04
    26 to 99 copies    .034
    100 plus copies    .03
8.5 x 14 #20 colored bond or 8.5 x 11 #60 white offset or 8.5 x 11 #60 brites:
    1 to 25 copies    .05
    26 to 99 copies    .044
    100 plus copies    .04
8.5 x 11 #20 white Mylar 3HD or 8.5 x 11 #24 writing bond or 8.5 x 11 #67 vellum bristol or 8.5 x 11
#90 index or 8.5 x 11 #65 brite cover:
    1 to 25 copies    .07
    26 to 99 copies    .064
    100 plus copies    .06
Full Color Copying, 8.5 x 11:
    1 to 25 copies (each)    .85
    26 to 100 copies (each)    .65
    101 plus copies (each)    .50
Full Color Copying, 11x17:
    1 to 25 copies (each)    1.70
    26 to 100 copies (each)    1.25
    101 plus copies (each)    .95
Full Color Copying, Transparencies (each)    1.30
8.5 x 11 black transparencies (each)    1.10
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8.5 x 11 clear covers (each)    .50
8.5 x 11 crack and peel (each)    .28
Printed tabs (each)    .20
Blank tabs (each)    .15
Booklet maker Setup charge    10.00
Booklet maker 1 to 500 pages (each)    .10
Booklet maker 501 to 1000 pages (each)    .08
Booklet maker 1001 plus pages (each)    .06
Spinal Coil/Vello/Cerlox Binds, 1 to 100 documents:
    1 to 100 pages (each)    1.50
    101 to 200 pages (each)    1.75
    201 plus pages (each)    2.00
Spinal Coil/Vello/Cerlox Binds, 101 to 500 documents:
    1 to 100 pages (each)    1.00
    101 to 200 pages (each)    1.25
    201 to plus pages (each)    1.50
Spinal Coil/Vello/Cerlox Binds, 501 plus documents:
    1 to 100 pages (each)    .70
    101 to 200 pages (each)    .85
    201 to plus pages (each)    1.00
Xerox Tape 20 to 125 pages only (each)    .50
Off-line Stapling:
    2 to 49 pages (per staple)    .02
    Heavy Duty (per staple)    .05
    folding collating drilling padding and cutting (per hour)    30.00
UDOT Print Shop:
    billed at cost
Plates:
    360 (each)    5.00
    GTO (each)    6.00
    Stripping (per 8.5x11 flat)    5.00
Press Actual Time (per hour)    50.00
Press Production Standards:
    4000 per hour for 1-10,000 impressions
    4500 per hour for 10,000 plus impressions
    20 minutes each for plate make ready and press wash-up
Bindery:
    Actual Time (per hour)    40.00
Bindery Production Standards:
    600 sets per hour
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    100 packages/hour
Stapling drilling folding cutting padding (billed at actual time)
Paper:
    cost plus 25%
Outsourcing:
    billed at cost
Self Service cost per copy is computed using the following formula:
    (Depreciation + maintenance + supplies)/impressions + .002
Self Service cost per copy multiplied by impressions results in amount billed.
DIVISION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of
Information Technology Services for FY 2003.
ISF - ITS Administration and Finance
Labor Charges
    ITS Consultation and Labor Charge (per hour)    50.00
    Web Application Development (per hour)    75.00
    Phone Tech Labor - Cable rate (per hour)    28.00
    AGRC Staff Labor    60.00
    AGRC Intern labor (per hour)    30.00
    Overtime Labor Charges - Time and a half
Access Charges
    Wide Area Network (WAN)
    State Agencies (per device)    31.00
    State-contracted or Mandated Services (per device)    31.00
    Limited Access
    Internet Access to WAN (per user)    10.00
    Dial-up Access to WAN (per user)    31.00
    Communities Local Governments and Nonprofits
    Equipment Installation - ITS cost + $50 per hour labor
    Monthly Access - negotiable
    DSU Rental (per DSU)    45.00
    Controller Connect Fee (ORC/PRC) (per device)    22.00
    LAN Installation and Administration - negotiable
    LAN - Workstation PC or Printer (ORC/PRC) (per device)    65.00
    High Speed FEP Port (per FEP)    800.00
    Protocol Converter (PCI) (per PCI)    35.00
Telecommunication Charges
    Fiber Connection    300.00
    AT&T 800 Service (Monthly)    30.00
    AT&T 800 Service (per minute)    .06
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    In addition to monthly fee, above
    800 Number Calls from Pay Phones - ITS cost
    Voice Monthly Service (per dial tone)    27.00
    Residential line for telecommuting - ITS cost + 10%
    ISDN Monthly Service    120.00
    Voice Mail (per mail box)    6.00
    Voice Mail Additional 20 min. (per mail box)    6.00
    Auto-Attendant
    2-port System (per port)    77.00
    4-port System (per port)    60.00
    6-port System (per port)    44.00
    Call Management System - variable
    Station Equipment - variable
    Refund for Used Station Equipment - 25% of used price
    International and Credit Card Long Distance - ITS cost + 10%
    Long Distance Service (per unit per month)    1.00
    + $0.06 per minute
    Local Carrier Long-Distance Service - ITS cost + 10%
    Video Conferencing (per hour)    30.00
Print/Microfiche Charges
    Mainframe
    Laser Printer Output
    Simplex Page (per page)    .025
    Duplex Page (per page)    .02
    Line Printer Output (per 1000 Lines)    1.50
    Spool Occupancy Rate - see disk storage
    Security/ID Badges
    Badges (per badge)    8.00
    Setup Fee (One-time per group)    10.00
    Badge Holders - ITS Cost
Computing/Storage Charges
    CPU Prime Time (8am to 5pm Mon-Fri) (per hour)    650.00
    CPU Non-Prime Time 2 (Weekends 5 to 8am M-F) (per hour)    325.00
    Beginning and ending execution times must be during non-prime time to receive
    this rate.
    ADABAS Command Centers (per 1000)    .12
    ADABAS I/O (per 1000)    .20
    Tape I/O (per 1000 tape excp)    .60
    Disk I/O (per 1000 disk excp)    .20
    Production Data Storage (per MB)    .08
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    Disk Storage-DASD (per MB)    .08
    Square Tape Storage (per tape)    .08
Automated Geographic Reference Charges
    AGR Terminal/Digitizer (per hour)    30.00
    AGR Materials
    Regular Plots (per foot)    6.00
    Mylar Plots (per foot)    8.00
    AGR Remote Port Access (per month)    50.00
Maintenance, Training, and Other Charges
    Cost and Handling
    Training Room Rental (per day)    100.00
    AGR GIS Training (per person per day)    120.00
    Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Conversion (per sq. foot)    .025
    Plot Copies
    8 1/2 X 11 thru 11 X 17 (each)    3.00
    17 X 22 (each)    4.00
    22 X 34 (each)    5.00
    34 X 44 (each)    7.00
    Check stock - ITS cost
    Equipment maintenance cost schedules are available by request from Maintenance
    Management
Mobile Radio/Microwave Rates
    Equipment Space Rental
    19" x 7'0" Rack or Base Station
    Mountain Top/Downtown (2.3 sq. ft.) (per month)    100.00
    Control Station-Mountain Top (Wall Mt) (per month)    50.00
    Control Station-Downtown (Wall Mt) (per month)    25.00
    Each of above includes 1 Antenna, Coax, and Power
    Antenna Equipment
    Arrays - negotiable
    Microwave Antennas
    6 Foot (per month)    25.00
    8 Foot (per month)    45.00
    10 Foot (per month)    65.00
    12 Foot (per month)    85.00
    Mobile Radio Equipment
    45 Watt
    Lease (per month)    8.50
    Maintenance (per month)    6.50
    110 Watt
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    Lease (per month)    23.50
    Maintenance (per month)    7.50
    Portable
    Lease (per month)    13.33
    Maintenance (per month)    7.00
    800 MHz
    Lease (per month)    10.00
    Maintenance - time and materials
    Parts - rates are at vendor's book price
    Mobile Radio Programming
    16 Channel
    T&R (per radio)    30.00
    T&R/Alpha Numeric (per radio)    60.00
    1-128 Channel
    T&R (per radio)    60.00
    T&R/Alpha Numeric (per radio)    60.00
    Program Clones
    Base Stations/Repeater Maintenance (per clone)    10.00
    Repeater/Duplexer (per month)    37.00
    Base Station (per month)    37.00
    Control (per month)    18.00
    Parts are not included - listed at vendor's book price
    Installations
    Install Labor Rate (per hour)    40.00
    All Radio Shop Installs - time and materials
    Console Equipment
    Consoles (per channel)    17.30
    Maintenance (per channel)    8.00
    Consoles Other Than Centracomm II - time and materials
    State Repeater/Base Station System Utilization (per unit)    3.97
    Includes base station, mountain top space, and microwave interconnect
Microwave Rates
    Microwave Maintenance (per hour)    60.00
    Local Line (2 required)
    Local loop 4-wire line - ITS Cost + 10%
    Local loop 2-wire line - ITS Cost + 10%
    T1
    Per Mile (20 mile minimum)    9.00
    Drops - ITS Cost + 10%
    Installation    1,000.00
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    Circuit Provisioning Charge (per circuit)    240.00
    Channel Cards (2 required)
    Digital 9.6K
    Per month    31.30
    Install    152.00
    Digital 56K
    Per month    51.00
    Install    152.00
    Digital Bridge
    Per month    11.25
    Install    9.00
    3000 Series (4ETO)
    Per month    17.30
    Install    140.00
    3000 Bridge (4-wire)
    Per month    7.60
    Install    18.00
    Interoffice Mileage
    0-8 miles    39.25
    + $0.72 per mile
    9-25 miles    40.00
    + $0.70 per mile
    26-50 miles    42.50
    + $0.60 per mile
    51+ miles    47.00
    + $0.56 per mile
    Installation    55.00
DIVISION OF FLEET OPERATIONS
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of Fleet
Operations for FY 2003.
ISF - Motor Pool
Truck single axle C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .27
    Monthly fixed rate    314.82
    Daily fixed rate    15.74
    Hourly fixed rate    1.97
Truck single axle C & C 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .27
    Monthly fixed rate    185.87
    Daily fixed rate    9.29
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    Hourly fixed rate    1.16
Truck single axle C & C capital
    Monthly fixed rate    314.82
    Daily fixed rate    15.74
    Hourly fixed rate    1.97
Truck single axle SRE
    Per mile variable rate    .22
    Monthly fixed rate    317.47
    Daily fixed rate    15.87
    Hourly fixed rate    1.98
Truck single axle SRE capital
    Monthly fixed rate    317.47
    Daily fixed rate    15.87
    Hourly fixed rate    1.98
Truck tandem axle SRE
    Per mile variable rate    .27
    Monthly fixed rate    400.03
    Daily fixed rate    20.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.50
Truck Tandem Axle SRE-10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .22
    Monthly fixed rate    228.48
    Daily fixed rate    11.42
    Hourly fixed rate    1.43
Truck Tandem Axle SRE-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    400.03
    Daily fixed rate    20.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.50
Truck tandem axle C & C capital
    Monthly fixed rate    298.18
    Daily fixed rate    14.91
    Hourly fixed rate    1.86
Truck Transport
    Monthly fixed rate    417.72
    Daily fixed rate    20.89
    Hourly fixed rate    2.61
Truck Semi - Deprec 20 year
    Monthly fixed rate    340.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.00
    Hourly fixed rate    213.00
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Truck Transport-10 year full
    Per mile variable rate    .22
    Monthly fixed rate    237.32
    Daily fixed rate    11.87
    Hourly fixed rate    1.48
Truck Semi
    Per mile variable rate    .27
    Monthly fixed rate    340.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.13
Truck 1.5 Ton C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .21
    Monthly fixed rate    373.34
    Daily fixed rate    18.67
    Hourly fixed rate    2.33
Truck 1.5 Ton C & C-10 year full
    Per mile variable rate    .21
    Monthly fixed rate    215.13
    Daily fixed rate    10.76
    Hourly fixed rate    1.34
Truck 1.5 T C & C capital
    Monthly fixed rate    373.34
    Daily fixed rate    18.67
    Hourly fixed rate    2.33
Truck tandem axle smog dog
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
2T/2.5T/1 Axle/Duals-NR
    Monthly fixed rate    296.12
    Daily fixed rate    14.81
    Hourly fixed rate    1.85
1 Ton Fire Truck-NR
    Monthly fixed rate    90.00
    Daily fixed rate    4.50
    Hourly fixed rate    .56
Water Truck-NR
    Monthly fixed rate    90.00
    Daily fixed rate    4.50
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    Hourly fixed rate    .56
Truck Tandem Axle w/ box - Per mile variable rate    .14
Truck tandem axle w/ box special
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    433.24
    Daily fixed rate    21.66
    Hourly fixed rate    2.71
Truck 1 Ton Dual Whl C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    294.90
    Daily fixed rate    14.75
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Truck 1 Ton Dual Whl C & C 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    175.91
    Daily fixed rate    8.80
    Hourly fixed rate    1.10
Truck 1 T Dual Wheel C & C Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    294.90
    Daily fixed rate    14.75
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    338.03
    Daily fixed rate    16.90
    Hourly fixed rate    2.11
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 2 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    197.47
    Daily fixed rate    9.87
    Hourly fixed rate    1.23
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 2 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    338.03
    Daily fixed rate    16.90
    Hourly fixed rate    2.11
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    324.43
    Daily fixed rate    16.22
    Hourly fixed rate    2.03
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Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    190.68
    Daily fixed rate    9.53
    Hourly fixed rate    1.19
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    324.43
    Daily fixed rate    16.22
    Hourly fixed rate    2.03
Truck 1 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    344.63
    Daily fixed rate    17.23
    Hourly fixed rate    2.15
Truck 1 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 4 10-yr. Cap
    Monthly fixed rate    200.78
    Daily fixed rate    10.04
    Hourly fixed rate    1.25
Truck 1 Ton Reg Cab 4 X 2 C & C-10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    152.75
    Daily fixed rate    7.64
    Hourly fixed rate    .95
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 2 C & C capital
    Per mile variable rate
    Monthly fixed rate    248.95
    Daily fixed rate    12.43
    Hourly fixed rate    1.55
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 4 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    280.43
    Daily fixed rate    14.02
    Hourly fixed rate    1.75
Truck 1 T reg cab 4 X 4 C & C capital
    Monthly fixed rate    280.43
    Daily fixed rate    14.02
    Hourly fixed rate    1.75
Truck 1 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 2 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    499.63
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    Daily fixed rate    24.98
    Hourly fixed rate    3.12
Truck 1 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 4 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    353.44
    Daily fixed rate    17.67
    Hourly fixed rate    2.21
Truck 1 T crew cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .20
    Monthly fixed rate    391.53
    Daily fixed rate    19.58
    Hourly fixed rate    2.45
Truck 1 T crew cab 4 X 2 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .20
    Monthly fixed rate    224.23
    Daily fixed rate    11.21
    Hourly fixed rate    1.40
Truck 1 T crew cab 4 X 2 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    391.53
    Daily fixed rate    19.58
    Hourly fixed rate    2.45
Truck 1 T crew cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .20
    Monthly fixed rate    294.53
    Daily fixed rate    14.73
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Truck 1 T crew cab 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    294.53
    Daily fixed rate    14.73
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Truck 1/2 T reg cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    251.65
    Daily fixed rate    12.58
    Hourly fixed rate    1.57
Truck 1/2 T reg cab 4 X 2 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    154.28
    Daily fixed rate    7.71
    Hourly fixed rate    .96
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Truck 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4 X 2-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    251.65
    Daily fixed rate    12.58
    Hourly fixed rate    1.57
Truck 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Truck 1/2 T reg cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    268.66
    Daily fixed rate    13.43
    Hourly fixed rate    1.68
Truck 1/2 T reg cab 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    162.79
    Daily fixed rate    8.14
    Hourly fixed rate    1.02
Truck 1/2 T ext cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    296.09
    Daily fixed rate    14.80
    Hourly fixed rate    1.85
Truck 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 2-10 year full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    176.50
    Daily fixed rate    8.83
    Hourly fixed rate    1.10
Truck 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 2-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    296.09
    Daily fixed rate    14.80
    Hourly fixed rate    1.85
Truck 1/2 T ext cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    341.98
    Daily fixed rate    17.10
    Hourly fixed rate    2.14
Truck 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4 X 4-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    341.98
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    Daily fixed rate    17.10
    Hourly fixed rate    2.14
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    273.77
    Daily fixed rate    13.69
    Hourly fixed rate    1.71
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 2 10-yr
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    165.35
    Daily fixed rate    8.27
    Hourly fixed rate    1.03
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 2 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    273.77
    Daily fixed rate    13.69
    Hourly fixed rate    1.71
DO NOT REPLACE-SURVEILLANCE VE
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    338.28
    Daily fixed rate    16.91
    Hourly fixed rate    2.11
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    197.60
    Daily fixed rate    9.88
    Hourly fixed rate    1.24
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    338.28
    Daily fixed rate    16.91
    Hourly fixed rate    2.11
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    257.59
    Daily fixed rate    12.88
    Hourly fixed rate    1.61
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Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 2 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    157.25
    Daily fixed rate    7.86
    Hourly fixed rate    .98
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 2 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    257.59
    Daily fixed rate    12.88
    Hourly fixed rate    1.61
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    329.52
    Daily fixed rate    16.48
    Hourly fixed rate    2.06
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    329.52
    Daily fixed rate    16.48
    Hourly fixed rate    2.06
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    193.22
    Daily fixed rate    9.66
    Hourly fixed rate    1.21
Truck 3/4 Ext 4 X 4 Utip Slickto
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    545.00
    Daily fixed rate    27.25
    Hourly fixed rate    3.41
Truck 3/4 Ext 4 X 4 Utip Literary
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    560.00
    Daily fixed rate    28.00
    Hourly fixed rate    3.50
Truck 3/4 Ton Ext 4 X 4 Hazmat
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    605.00
    Daily fixed rate    30.25
    Hourly fixed rate    3.78
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 2 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .16
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    Monthly fixed rate    279.77
    Daily fixed rate    13.99
    Hourly fixed rate    1.75
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 2 C & C 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    168.34
    Daily fixed rate    8.42
    Hourly fixed rate    1.05
Truck 3/4 Ton Reg Cab 4 X 2 C & C - Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    279.77
    Daily fixed rate    13.99
    Hourly fixed rate    1.75
Truck 3/4 T reg cab 4 X 4 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    461.09
    Daily fixed rate    23.05
    Hourly fixed rate    2.88
Truck 3/4 Ton Reg Cab 4 X 4 C & C - 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    259.00
    Daily fixed rate    12.95
    Hourly fixed rate    1.62
Truck 3/4 T ext cab 4 X 4 C & C
    Per mile variable rate    .19
    Monthly fixed rate    299.00
    Daily fixed rate    14.95
    Hourly fixed rate    1.87
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    266.65
    Daily fixed rate    13.33
    Hourly fixed rate    1.67
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 2 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    161.79
    Daily fixed rate    8.09
    Hourly fixed rate    1.01
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 2 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    266.65
    Daily fixed rate    13.33
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    Hourly fixed rate    1.67
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 2 10-yr capital
    Monthly fixed rate    161.79
    Daily fixed rate    8.09
    Hourly fixed rate    1.01
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    289.26
    Daily fixed rate    14.46
    Hourly fixed rate    1.81
Truck compact reg cab 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    173.09
    Daily fixed rate    8.65
    Hourly fixed rate    1.08
Truck compact ext cab 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    220.73
    Daily fixed rate    11.04
    Hourly fixed rate    1.38
Truck compact ext cab 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .18
    Monthly fixed rate    237.50
    Daily fixed rate    11.88
    Hourly fixed rate    1.48
Truck compact ext cab 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    237.50
    Daily fixed rate    11.88
    Hourly fixed rate    1.48
Tractor/Beds
    Monthly fixed rate    90.00
    Daily fixed rate    4.50
    Hourly fixed rate    .56
Sedan Mid-size
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    209.00
    Daily fixed rate    10.45
    Hourly fixed rate    1.31
Sedan Mid-size 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .11
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    Monthly fixed rate    184.67
    Daily fixed rate    9.23
    Hourly fixed rate    1.15
Sedan Mid Size-Capital Only
    Monthly fixed rate    209.00
    Daily fixed rate    10.45
    Hourly fixed rate    1.31
Sedan Mid-size do not replace
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Sedan Mid Size-Radio Only
    Per mile variable rate    .09
    Monthly fixed rate    221.00
    Daily fixed rate    11.05
    Hourly fixed rate    1.38
Sedan Wagon
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    286.08
    Daily fixed rate    14.30
    Hourly fixed rate    1.79
Sedan Wagon-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    286.08
    Daily fixed rate    14.30
    Hourly fixed rate    1.79
Sedan Wagon Specially Equipped
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    433.84
    Daily fixed rate    21.69
    Hourly fixed rate    2.71
Sedan Wagon/SP SP Equip-Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    433.84
    Daily fixed rate    21.69
    Hourly fixed rate    2.71
Sedan Compact
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    191.00
    Daily fixed rate    9.55
    Hourly fixed rate    1.19
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Sedan Compact 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .09
    Monthly fixed rate    143.35
    Daily fixed rate    7.17
    Hourly fixed rate    .90
Sedan Compact capital
    Monthly fixed rate    191.00
    Daily fixed rate    9.55
    Hourly fixed rate    1.19
Sedan Compact (MP) Capital
    Monthly fixed rate    157.94
    Daily fixed rate    7.90
    Hourly fixed rate    .99
Sedan Mid-size police pkg
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    325.00
    Daily fixed rate    16.25
    Hourly fixed rate    2.03
Sedan Compact 6-cylinder
    Per mile variable rate    .10
    Monthly fixed rate    271.35
    Daily fixed rate    13.57
    Hourly fixed rate    1.70
Sedan Compact 6-cylinder 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .10
    Monthly fixed rate    164.14
    Daily fixed rate    8.21
    Hourly fixed rate    1.03
Sedan Compact 6 cyl-DO NOT REPLA
    Per mile variable rate    .08
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Sedan Full-size
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    350.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.50
    Hourly fixed rate    2.19
Sedan Full-size 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .14
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    Monthly fixed rate    177.86
    Daily fixed rate    8.89
    Hourly fixed rate    1.11
Sedan Full-size do not replace
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Sedan Full-Do not Replace-Cap
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    2.31
Sedan Full-size police pkg
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    370.00
    Daily fixed rate    18.50
    Hourly fixed rate    2.31
Captain
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    412.47
    Daily fixed rate    20.62
    Hourly fixed rate    2.58
Sergeants (Non-technology)
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    431.18
    Daily fixed rate    21.56
    Hourly fixed rate    2.69
Sergeants (Technology)
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    440.05
    Daily fixed rate    22.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.75
Trooper A (Technology)
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    449.67
    Daily fixed rate    22.48
    Hourly fixed rate    2.81
Trooper A (Non-Technology)
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    441.63
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    Daily fixed rate    22.08
    Hourly fixed rate    2.76
Trooper B (Non-technology)
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    435.34
    Daily fixed rate    21.77
    Hourly fixed rate    2.72
Sedan Full Police Post Pursuit
    Per mile variable rate    .50
    Monthly fixed rate    210.00
    Daily fixed rate    10.50
    Hourly fixed rate    1.31
Sedan Full-size Executive
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    400.70
    Daily fixed rate    20.04
    Hourly fixed rate    2.50
Trailers
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    201.00
    Daily fixed rate    10.05
    Hourly fixed rate    1.26
Truck Pickup 1/2 ton
    per mile variable rate    .16
    Monthly fixed rate    233.06
    Daily fixed rate    11.65
    Hourly fixed rate    1.46
Fed Purch Lt Truck-Do Not Repl
    Per mile variable rate    .21
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Fed Purch Sedans-Do Not Repl
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Satellite GPS Total Station
    Monthly fixed rate    2.70
    Daily fixed rate    .14
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    Hourly fixed rate    .02
Utility compact 4 X 2
    Per mile variable rate    .11
    Monthly fixed rate    285.47
    Daily fixed rate    14.27
    Hourly fixed rate    1.78
Utility compact 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    350.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.50
    Hourly fixed rate    2.19
Utility compact 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    187.80
    Daily fixed rate    9.39
    Hourly fixed rate    1.17
Utility compact 4 X 4 capital
    Monthly fixed rate    350.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.50
    Hourly fixed rate    2.19
Utility compact 4 X 4 Do No Replace
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly Fixed Rate    56.92
    Daily Fixed Rate    2.85
    Hourly Fixed Rate    .36
Utility Full-size 4 X 4
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    400.00
    Daily fixed rate    20.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.50
Utility Full-size 4 X 4 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    178.03
    Daily fixed rate    8.90
    Hourly fixed rate    1.11
Utility Full-size 4 X 4-Cap
    Monthly fixed rate    400.00
    Daily fixed rate    20.00
    Hourly fixed rate    2.50
Utility Compact Police Pkg 4 X 4
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    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    345.00
    Daily fixed rate    17.25
    Hourly fixed rate    2.16
Utility compact 4 X 4 executive
    Per mile variable rate    .12
    Monthly fixed rate    403.59
    Daily fixed rate    20.18
    Hourly fixed rate    2.52
Van mini passenger fwd
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    361.45
    Daily fixed rate    18.07
    Hourly fixed rate    2.26
Van mini passenger fwd 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    209.19
    Daily fixed rate    10.46
    Hourly fixed rate    1.31
Van mini passenger rwd
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    249.22
    Daily fixed rate    12.46
    Hourly fixed rate    1.56
Van mini passenger rwd 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    153.07
    Daily fixed rate    7.65
    Hourly fixed rate    .96
Van mini passenger awd
    Per mile variable rate    .14
    Monthly fixed rate    361.45
    Daily fixed rate    18.07
    Hourly fixed rate    2.26
Van Mini Pass AWD-CAP
    Monthly fixed rate    361.45
    Daily fixed rate    18.07
    Hourly fixed rate    2.26
Van mini cargo fwd
    Per mile variable rate    .17
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    Monthly fixed rate    233.00
    Daily fixed rate    11.65
    Hourly fixed rate    1.46
Van Mini Cargo FWD-Cap
    Monthly fixed rate    233.00
    Daily fixed rate    11.65
    Hourly fixed rate    1.46
Van mini cargo fwd ADA do not replace
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Van mini cargo rwd
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    190.00
    Daily fixed rate    9.50
    Hourly fixed rate    1.19
Van mini cargo awd
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    300.00
    Daily fixed rate    15.00
    Hourly fixed rate    1.88
Van Mini Cargo AWD-Cap
    Monthly fixed rate    300.00
    Daily fixed rate    15.00
    Hourly fixed rate    1.88
Van Full-size passenger
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    398.39
    Daily fixed rate    19.92
    Hourly fixed rate    2.49
Van Full-size passenger 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    227.66
    Daily fixed rate    11.38
    Hourly fixed rate    1.42
Van Full-size passenger capital
    Monthly fixed rate    398.39
    Daily fixed rate    19.92
    Hourly fixed rate    2.49
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Van Full Size Passenger do not replace
    Per mile variable rate    .17
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Van Full-size passenger do not replace capital
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Van Mini cargo
    Per mile variable rate    .13
    Monthly fixed rate    164.42
    Daily fixed rate    8.22
    Hourly fixed rate    1.03
Van Full-size cargo
    Per mile variable rate    .15
    Monthly fixed rate    293.93
    Daily fixed rate    14.70
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Van Full-size cargo 10-yr full
    Per mile variable rate    .15
    Monthly fixed rate    175.42
    Daily fixed rate    8.77
    Hourly fixed rate    1.10
Van Full-size cargo capital
    Monthly fixed rate    293.93
    Daily fixed rate    14.70
    Hourly fixed rate    1.84
Ambulances
    Per mile variable rate    .27
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Ambulance do not replace capital
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Bus small
    Per mile variable rate    .52
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
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    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Motor homes
    Per mile variable rate    .42
    Monthly fixed rate    56.92
    Daily fixed rate    2.85
    Hourly fixed rate    .36
Motorcycle
    Per mile variable rate    .05
    Monthly fixed rate    241.62
    Daily fixed rate    12.08
    Hourly fixed rate    1.51
Seasonal MIS and AFV Only
    Monthly fixed rate    6.33
MIS and Work Order Processing monthly fixed rate    5.60
DNR Reasonable Overhead monthly fixed rate    6.33
MIS and AFV only
    Monthly fixed rate    6.33
    Yearly    75.98
MIS only
    Monthly fixed rate    2.70
    Yearly    32.32
    Detail on miscellaneous rate codes and special leases & MIS only rates available
    from Fleet Operations.
Additional Management Fees
    Vehicle Feature and Miscellaneous Equipment Upgrade - Actual Cost
    Vehicle Class Differential Upgrade - Actual Cost
    C commercial Equipment Rental: cost plus:    12.00
    Administrative Fee Do-not-replace vehicles (monthly)    56.92
    No show fee    12.00
    Late return fee    12.00
    Service fee    12.00
    DF-61 late fee (commute miles)    20.00
    General MP Information Research Fee (per hour)    12.00
    Refueling rate daily pool (per gallon)    2.00
    Non-fuel network Use Processing Fee    12.00
    Lost or damaged fuel/maintenance card replacement fee    2.00
    Bad Odometer Research Fee (operator fault)    50.00
    Vehicle Detail Cleaning Service Fee    40.00
    Charged in extreme cases only.
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    Vehicle Complaint Processing Fee    20.00
    Agency abuse and driver neglect cases only.
    Annual Commute Vehicle Processing Fee    12.00
    Premium Fuel Use Fee (per gallon)    .20
    Exclusive Agency Shuttle Operation (per day)    275.00
    Subject to Availability
    Excessive Maintenance Accessory Fee: Varies
    Past 30-days late fee (accounts receivable): 5% of balance
    Past 60-days late fee (accounts receivable): 10% of balance
    Past 90-days late fee (accounts receivable): 15% of balance
    MIS Monthly Fee per state vehicle    1.48
    Charged to non-CMP vehicles only.
    Accident deductible rate charged per accident    500.00
    Operator negligence and vehicle abuse fees: Varies
    MIS & AFV Monthly Fee per Higher Ed vehicles    6.33
    Charged to Higher Education vehicles per Legislative intent.
    Management fees are within complete control of lessee and are only assessed in
    operator abuse or neglect cases.
Operator Incentives
    Alternative fuel rebate (per gallon)    -.20
ISF - Fuel Network
Fuel Network Per gallon charge    .065
Fuel Network Additional per gallon charge at low volume sites (<60k gal./yr.)    .105
Per transaction fee (per dollar of transaction value)    .04
ISF - State Surplus Property
Process Fee for State Agencies Miscellaneous Property pick-up - Total Sales Proceeds (less prorated
rebate of retained earnings)
Miscellaneous Property pick-up Process Fee for Exempt and Non State Agencies    25.00
    plus 20% of sales price or as negotiated
Seized property    25.00
    plus 20% of sales price
Vehicles and Heavy Equipment - 9% of sales price
Office Warehouse Labor (per hour)    21.00
Copy Rates (per copy)    .10
Semi Truck and Trailer Service (per mile)    1.08
Two-ton Flat Bed Service (per mile)    .61
Forklift Service (4-6000 lb) (per hour)    23.00
On-site sale away from USASP yard - 10% of sale price (maximum negotiable)
Storage
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    building (per cubic foot per month)    .43
    fenced lot (per square foot per month)    .23
ISF - Federal Surplus Property
Federal Shipping and handling charges:
    Generally not exceed 20% of federal acquisition cost plus freight/shipping charges
RISK MANAGEMENT
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of Risk
Management for FY 2003.
ISF - Risk Management Administration
Liability Premiums:
    Administrative Services    325,413.00
    Agriculture    46,209.00
    Alcoholic Beverage Control    23,231.00
    Attorney General's Office    111,223.00
    Auditor    12,404.00
    Career Services    638.00
    Capital Preservation Board    10,130.00
    Commerce    77,072.00
    Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    4,728.00
    Community and Economic Development    101,093.00
    Corrections    1,101,566.00
    Courts    238,743.00
    Crime Victims Reparation    3,367.00
    Education    148,119.00
    Deaf and Blind School    45,637.00
    Bridgerland ATC    19,950.00
    Davis Area Vocational Center    22,855.00
    Ogden-Weber ATC    25,652.00
    Uintah ATC    11,442.00
    Wasatch Front South ATC    11,627.00
    Environmental Quality    127,801.00
    Fair Park    20,028.00
    Financial Institutions    16,099.00
    Governor    17,221.00
    Governor's Office of Planning and Budget    13,495.00
    Health    218,372.00
    Heber Valley Railroad    20,000.00
    House of Representatives    8,626.00
    Human Resource Management    14,395.00
    Human Services    793,424.00
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    Industrial Commission    31,686.00
    Insurance    18,926.00
    Legislative Analyst    6,931.00
    Legislative Auditor    6,892.00
    Legislative Printing    2,793.00
    Legislative Research    14,954.00
    National Guard    52,938.00
    Natural Resources    434,655.00
    Navajo Trust Fund    2,256.00
    Public Safety    504,155.00
    Public Service Commission    6,836.00
    School and Institutional Trust Lands    29,220.00
    Senate    4,810.00
    Tax Commission    195,087.00
    Technology Finance Corporation    2,017.00
    Treasurer    7,871.00
    Utah Comm Network    11,536.00
    Workforce Services    223,370.00
    Bear River Health    14,614.00
    Central Utah Health    10,156.00
    South Eastern Health    21,601.00
    South Western Health    14,791.00
    Tooele County Health    5,868.00
    Tri County Health    9,257.00
    Utah County Health    30,114.00
    Wasatch County Health    2,812.00
    Weber Morgan Health    18,738.00
    Transportation    2,656,000.00
    Board of Regents    53,125.00
    College of Eastern Utah    51,943.00
    Dixie College    67,733.00
    Salt Lake Community College    204,124.00
    Snow College    55,970.00
    Southern Utah University    120,133.00
    University of Utah    2,368,169.00
    Utah State University    707,377.00
    Utah Valley State College    198,086.00
    Weber State University    233,560.00
    School Districts    4,059,000.00
Property Premiums:
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    Alcoholic Beverage Control    11,829.00
    Agriculture    2,128.00
    Attorney General    802.00
    Commission on Criminal Juvenile Justice    43.00
    Central Utah Health    602.00
    Draper Prison    86,123.00
    Gunnison Prison    20,274.00
    Corrections Department    4,675.00
    Courts    9,304.00
    Crime Victims Reparations    70.00
    Administrative Services Executive Director's Office    34.00
    Purchasing    8,986.00
    Archives    6,505.00
    Risk Management    107.00
    Information Technology Services    39,613.00
    Facilities Construction and Management    153,050.00
    Finance    278.00
    Administrative Rules    19.00
    Human Resource Management    92.00
    Arts    11,183.00
    Travel    1,844.00
    History    6,713.00
    Department    130.00
    Library    3,474.00
    Commerce    314.00
    Workforce Services    7,988.00
    Health    9,360.00
    Environmental Quality    5,782.00
    Lands    8,381.00
    Parks and Recreation    81,878.00
    Executive Director's Office    2,645.00
    Wildlife    76,924.00
    Water Resources    1,669.00
    Oil Gas and Mining    512.00
    Utah Geological Survey    150.00
    Water Rights    549.00
    Transportation    144,977.00
    DOT Aeronautical Operations    1,714.00
    Davis Applied Technology Center    8,627.00
    School for the Deaf and Blind    4,894.00
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    Board of Education    11,064.00
    Bridgerland Applied Technology Center    10,784.00
    Ogden/Weber Applied Technology Center    15,022.00
    Uintah Basin Applied Technology Center    4,053.00
    Wasatch Front South Applied Technology Center    228.00
    Financial Institutions    30.00
    Governor's Office    117.00
    Governor's Office of Planning and Budget    160.00
    Housing Finance Agency    2,292.00
    Human Services Department    5,618.00
    Youth Corrections    15,795.00
    Developmental Center    25,779.00
    State Hospital    22,924.00
    Labor Commission    176.00
    Insurance    108.00
    Senate    138.00
    House of Representatives    284.00
    Legislative Auditor    75.00
    Legislative Fiscal Analyst    37.00
    Legislative Research/General Council    148.00
    Legislative Printing    105.00
    National Guard    42,869.00
    Public Safety    6,701.00
    Public Service Commission    19.00
    School and Institutional Trust Lands    326.00
    South East Health Department    749.00
    South West Health Department.    394.00
    Treasurer    41.00
    Utah State Auditor    125.00
    Utah State Tax Commission    6,053.00
    Utah Finance Corporation    170.00
    Wasatch Health District    40.00
    Bear River Health District    3,295.00
    Utah County Health Dept.    207.00
    Heber Valley Railroad    2,851.00
    Navajo Trust Fund    1,429.00
    Fair Park    27,480.00
    Board of Regents    578.00
    College of Eastern Utah    53,330.00
    Dixie College    41,747.00
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    Fort Douglas    35,225.00
    Salt Lake Community College    103,813.00
    Snow College    40,434.00
    Snow College South    12,220.00
    Southern Utah University    76,025.00
    University of Utah    840,676.00
    Utah State University    506,752.00
    Utah Valley State College    92,217.00
    Weber State University    95,946.00
    Alpine School District    204,096.00
    Beaver School District    11,333.00
    Box Elder School District    91,092.00
    Cache School District    91,106.00
    Carbon School District    45,808.00
    Daggett School District    4,921.00
    Davis School District    499,925.00
    Duchesne School District    43,285.00
    Emery School District    44,682.00
    Garfield School District    14,810.00
    Grand School District    15,495.00
    Granite School District    221,479.00
    Iron School District    58,939.00
    Jordan School District    356,813.00
    Juab School District    15,977.00
    Kane School District    15,230.00
    Logan School District    50,308.00
    Millard School District    43,542.00
    Morgan School District    17,650.00
    Murray School District    44,414.00
    Nebo School District    121,468.00
    North Sanpete School District    11,773.00
    North Summit School District    21,793.00
    Ogden School District    90,548.00
    Park City School District    28,365.00
    Piute School District    10,975.00
    Provo School District    90,681.00
    Rich School District    10,443.00
    Salt Lake City School District    129,383.00
    San Juan School District    46,612.00
    Sevier School District    49,221.00
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    South Sanpete School District    14,494.00
    South Summit School District    12,778.00
    Tintic School District    10,246.00
    Tooele School District    62,625.00
    Uintah School District    54,366.00
    Wasatch School District    30,668.00
    Washington School District    81,076.00
    Wayne School District    11,170.00
    Weber School District    198,798.00
Automobile/Physical Damage Premiums:
    State agency rate for value less than $20,000 (per vehicle)    150.00
    State agency rate for value more than $20,000 (per 100 value)    .80
    School district rate (per vehicle)    50.00
    School bus rate (per vehicle)    100.00
    Standard deductible (per incident)    500.00
    Higher Education autos (per vehicle)    100.00
Workers Compensation Rates:
    UDOT    1.72
    State (except DOT)    .74
DIVISION OF FACILITIES CONSTRUCTION AND MANAGEMENT - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.5(3)(b) the following fees are approved for the services of the Division of
Facilities Construction and Management for FY 2003.
ISF - Facilities Management
7th West Juvenile Courts    59,434.00
ABC Bountiful Store #8 (1515)    10,974.00
ABC Brigham City Store #22    12,047.00
ABC Cedar City Store #18 (1808)    12,249.00
ABC Layton Store #30    17,750.00
ABC Logan Store #6    22,356.00
ABC Moab Store #27 (1813)    12,936.00
ABC Murray #9    23,450.00
ABC Ogden #19 Pacific Ave    21,105.00
ABC Ogden Store #21    10,542.00
ABC Ogden Store #24 (1374)    18,788.00
ABC Orem 144 State #17    19,430.00
ABC Park City 524 main #36    5,073.00
ABC Park City Store #34 (1388)    32,563.00
ABC Park City Store #37 (1398)    14,217.00
ABC Price Store #7 (1814)    10,794.00
ABC Provo Freedom #5    12,408.00
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ABC Roy Store #23    11,796.00
ABC Sandy Store #15    25,795.00
ABC Sandy Store #16 (1605)    36,588.00
ABC SLC 205 W#1    27,232.00
ABC SLC Ashton #2    24,331.00
ABC SLC Foothill #4    14,201.00
ABC SLC Kentucky Store #29    13,400.00
ABC SLC Store #13 (1525)    13,215.00
ABC SLC Store #14 (1705)    10,248.00
ABC SLC Store #20 (1704)    13,609.00
ABC SLC Store #25 (1397)    9,729.00
ABC SLC Store #35 (1703)    19,264.00
ABC St. George Store #32 (1809)    14,552.00
ABC Taylorsville Store #26 (1635)    17,407.00
ABC Tooele #10    8,418.00
ABC Vernal Store #28    11,476.00
ABC West Valley City Store #3 (1636)    17,751.00
Agriculture    270,100.00
Brigham City Court    144,400.00
Calvin Rampton Complex    1,494,744.00
Cannon Health    725,158.00
Capitol Hill Complex    2,572,000.00
Cedar City Courts    36,435.00
Devereaux House    71,008.00
DAS Surplus Property    60,672.00
DPS Crime Lab    23,840.00
DPS Farmington Public Safety    41,650.00
Driver License West Valley    39,920.00
Employment Security South County    161,568.00
Environmental Quality    287,389.00
Farmington 2nd District Courts    297,185.00
Glendinning Fine Arts Center    25,000.00
Governor's Residence    81,300.00
Hazardous Material Abatement    95,885.00
Health Dental Clinic    36,876.00
Heber M. Wells    714,721.00
Human Services Cedar City    55,508.00
Human Services North Temple    650,103.00
Human Services Richfield    50,385.00
Human Services Vernal    39,317.00
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Layton Court    80,896.00
Logan 1st District Court    37,500.00
Medical Drive Complex    433,982.00
Moab Regional Center    236,393.00
Murray Highway Patrol    73,554.00
Murray Highway Patrol Training and Supply    25,184.00
Natural Resources    678,200.00
Navajo Trust Fund Administration    132,640.00
Office of Rehabilitation Services    124,864.00
Ogden Court    376,740.00
Ogden Juvenile Court    149,000.00
Ogden Medical Center    55,925.00
Ogden Public Safety    66,518.00
Ogden Regional Center    515,848.00
Orem Circuit Court    88,724.00
Orem Driver License    25,750.00
Orem Highway Patrol    20,600.00
Orem Region Three UDOT    48,200.00
Planning and Design Program    221,843.00
Provo Court    244,400.00
Provo Regional Center    511,763.00
Richfield Court    40,472.00
Richfield ITS Center    29,100.00
Rio Grande Depot    288,196.00
Salt Lake Court    1,649,200.00
Sandy Courts    203,200.00
St. George Courts    81,512.00
State Library    203,714.00
State Library State Mail    78,545.00
State Library visually impaired    112,027.00
Statewide Paving Program    163,959.00
Statewide Roofing Program    320,940.00
Taylorsville Center for the Deaf    15,000.00
Taylorsville Office Building    117,531.00
Utah Arts Collection    57,300.00
Utah State Office of Education    355,880.00
Utah State Tax Commission    730,167.00
Vernal 8th District Court    149,990.00
Vernal Juvenile Courts    13,784.00
Vernal Regional Center    53,001.00
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West Valley 3rd District Court    35,000.00
WFS 1385 South State    288,354.00
WFS Administration    550,488.00
WFS Cedar City    47,392.00
WFS Clearfield East    129,322.00
WFS Clearfield West    51,275.00
WFS Clearfield/Davis Co.    92,430.00
WFS Employment Security Metro    200,464.00
WFS Fremont Employee Center    122,030.00
WFS Logan    40,191.00
WFS Midvale    146,512.00
WFS Ogden    151,739.00
WFS Provo    119,940.00
WFS Richfield    36,140.00
WFS St. George    44,660.00
WFS Temporary Placement Office    46,265.00
WFS Vernal    30,552.00
COMMERCE & REVENUE
UTAH STATE TAX COMMISSION
TAX ADMINISTRATION
In accordance with Section 59-1-210(26) the following fees are approved for the services of the Utah State Tax
Commission for FY 2003.
Administration Division
Temporary Permit    6.00
Liquor Profit Distribution Fee    6.00
Microfilm Research Fee    6.50
Data Processing Set-Up    55.00
Lien Subordination (not to exceed)    300.00
Motor Vehicle Information    2.00
Motor Vehicle Information via the Internet    1.00
Salvage Vehicle Inspection Fee    50.00
IFTA Reinstatement Fee    100.00
Special Group License Plate Fee Decal Program (plus Standard Plate fee-5.00)    2.50
Special Group License Plate Fee:
    Plate Program (Olympic Plates)    3.50
Custom Programming Fee / Hour    85.00
Research Fee (Special Requests) / Hour    20.00
Photocopies (over 10 copies) / Page    .10
Faxed Document Processing Fee / Page    1.00
Dismantlers Retitling Inspection Fee    50.00
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Certified Document Fee    5.00
IFTA Decal Fee / Set    4.00
Sample License Plates    5.00
Olympic Sample License Plates (including 17.00 donation)    22.00
Motor Carrier Unit Cost Report    10.00
Tax Clearance Fee    50.00
Aircraft Registration Fee    7.00
Motor Fuel Reports    55.00
Motor Vehicle Transaction Fee:
    Per Standard Unit    1.10
Electronic Processing Fee for select transactions (not to exceed $3.00)    3.00
In-transit Permit fee (96-hour)    2.50
Decal Replacement Fee    1.00
Motor Fuel License    30.00
Special Fuel License    30.00
Motor Carrier Cab Card    3.00
Motor Carrier Duplicate Registration    3.00
Special Fuel Trip Permit (96 hour)    20.00
Cigarette Tax License    30.00
Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's Plates    8.00
Motor Vehicle Dealer Plates    10.00
Motor Vehicle Dismantler's Plates    8.00
Motor Vehicle Transporter's Plates    8.00
Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's/Remanufacturer's License    100.00
Motor Vehicle Dealer License    125.00
Motor Vehicle Transporter's License    50.00
Small Trailer:
    Dealer License    50.00
Motor Vehicle Body Shop License    110.00
Used Motor Vehicle Dealer License    125.00
Motor Vehicle Dismantler's License    100.00
Motor Vehicle Salesman's License    30.00
Motor Vehicle Salesman's License Transfer    5.00
Motor Vehicle Crusher's License    100.00
Used Motor Cycle Dealer License    50.00
New Motor Cycle Dealer License    50.00
Representative License    25.00
Motor Vehicle Dealer additional place of business    25.00
Distributor's License    60.00
LABOR COMMISSION
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In accordance with Section 34A-1-106 the following fees are approved for the services of the Labor Commission for
FY 2003.
Administration
Certificate to Self-Insure for Workers Compensation    900.00
Certificate to Self-Insure for Workers Compensation renewal    500.00
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections:
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections Original Exam for Certificate of Competency    25.00
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections Renewal of Certificate of Competency    20.00
Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspections Owner-User Inspection Agency Certification    250.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply:
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers less than 250,000 BTU existing    30.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers less than 250,000 BTU new    45.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers > 250,000 BTU but < 4,000,000 BTU existing    60.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers > 250,000 BTU but < 4,000,000 BTU new    90.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers > 4,000,001 BTU but < 20,000,000 BTU existing    150.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply Boilers > 4,000,001 BTU but < 20,000,000 BTU new    225.00
Jacketed Kettles and Hot Water Supply > 20,000,000 BTU :
    existing    300.00
    new    450.00
Replacement Boiler Certificate    15.00
Consultation, witness special inspection (per hour)    60.00
Pressure Vessel Inspection (existing)    30.00
Pressure Vessel Inspection (new)    45.00
Pressure Vessel Inspection by Owner-user:
    25 or less on single statement (per vessel)    5.00
    26 through 100 on single statement (per statement)    100.00
    101 through 500 on single statement (per statement)    200.00
    over 500 on single statement (per statement)    400.00
Elevator Inspections Existing Elevators:
    Hydraulic    85.00
    Electric    85.00
    Disabled Persons Lift    85.00
    Other Elevators    85.00
    Replacement Elevator Certificate    15.00
Elevator Inspections New Elevators:
    Hydraulic    300.00
    Electric    700.00
    Disabled Persons Lift    200.00
    Other Elevators    200.00
    Escalators/Moving Walks    700.00
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    Remodeled Electric    500.00
    Roped Hydraulic    500.00
Consultation, witness, special inspection (per hour)    60.00
Coal Mine Certification:
    Mine Foreman    50.00
    Temporary Mine Foreman    35.00
    Fire Boss    50.00
    Surface Foreman    50.00
    Temporary Surface Foreman    35.00
    Electrician underground    50.00
    Electrician surface    50.00
    Annual Electrical Recertification    35.00
    Hoistman    50.00
    Certification Retest (per sections)    20.00
Hard Rock Mine Certification:
    Hard Rock Mine Foreman    50.00
    Temporary Hard Rock Mine Foreman    35.00
Hard Rock Surface Foreman    50.00
Hard Rock Mine Certification:
    Temporary Hard Rock Surface Foreman    35.00
    Electrician underground    50.00
    Electrician surface    50.00
    Annual Electrical Recertification    35.00
    Hoistman    50.00
    Certification Retest (per sections)    20.00
Hydrocarbon Mine Certifications:
    Gilsonite Mine Foreman    50.00
    Gilsonite Mine Examiner    50.00
    Temporary Gilsonite Mine Foreman    35.00
    Gilsonite Shot Firer    50.00
    Hoistman    50.00
    Certification Retest (per section)    20.00
DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE
COMMERCE GENERAL REGULATION
In accordance with Section 13-1-2(3) the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of
Commerce for FY 2003.
Administration
Commerce Department (All Divisions)
    Photocopies (per copy)    .30
    Booklets (cost or)    5.00
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    Priority Processing Fee    75.00
    List of Licensees/Business Entities (cost or)    25.00
    Late Renewal Fee (except Corporations which is $10 by statute and Consumer Protection which is     20.00
    $25 by statute.)
    Verification of Licensure/Custodian of Record    20.00
    Returned Check Charge    20.00
    On-line Payment Convenience Fee    2.50
    Note 1: Overpayment in excess of $10 will be automatically refunded. Smaller
    overpayments will be refunded only upon request.
    Note 2: No fee charged and collected by the Department will be refunded for
    failure to qualify or for voluntary or involuntary withdrawal of an application or
    request for service.
Administration
    Vehicle Franchise Act
    Application Fee    80.00
    Renewal Fee    80.00
Athletic Commissions
    Promoters-Application Filing    100.00
    Professional Contestant-License Renewal    25.00
    Professional Contestant-Application Filing    25.00
    Judges-License Renewal    25.00
    Judges-Applications Filing    25.00
    Referees-License Renewal    25.00
    Referees-Application Filing    25.00
    Managers-License Renewals    25.00
    Managers-Application Filing    25.00
    Seconds-License Renewals    25.00
    Seconds-Application Filing    25.00
    Contest Registration Fee    250.00
    Promotions (Percent of Total-gate receipts)    .04
    Amateur Boxing Fund Fee (per ticket sold)    1.00
    TV distribution rights (Percent of Total-gate receipts)    .04
Expedite Fee    75.00
Occupational & Professional Licensing
CPA Individual Application Filing    75.00
CPA Individual License/ Certificate Renewal    50.00
CPA Firm Application for Registration    80.00
CPA Firm Registration Renewal    40.00
CPA Examination Record Fee    30.00
Acupuncturist New Application    100.00
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Acupuncturist Renewal    50.00
Alarm Company FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or.)    24.00
Alarm Company BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or...)    15.00
UCCH Name Search (cost or)    10.00
Alarm Company Company Application Filing    300.00
Alarm Company Company Renewal    100.00
Alarm Company Agent Application Filing    40.00
Alarm Company Agent Renewal    20.00
Alternative Dispute Resolution Providers Application Filing    75.00
Alternative Dispute Resolution Providers License Renewal    50.00
Architect Application Filing    100.00
Architect License Renewal    50.00
Architect Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Athletic Agents-New Application Filing    500.00
Athletic Agents-License Renewal    500.00
Audiologist Application Filing    60.00
Audiologist License Renewal    35.00
Barber/Cosmetologist Teacher Certificate    50.00
Barber/Cosmetologist Application Filing    50.00
Barber/Cosmetologist License Renewal    40.00
Barber/Cosmetologist School Application Filing    100.00
School License Renewal    100.00
Esthetician:
    New Application Filing    50.00
    License Renewal    40.00
Master Esthetician:
    New Application Filing    75.00
Barber/Cosmetologist School License Renewal    100.00
Master Esthetician:
    License Renewal    55.00
Esthetician Instructor:
    Instructor Certificate    50.00
Esthetician School:
    Application (for two years)    100.00
Nail Care Technician:
    New Application Filing    50.00
    License Renewal    40.00
Nail Care Instructor:
    Instructor Certificate    50.00
Nail Care Technician Schools:
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    Application (for two years)    100.00
    School License Renewal    100.00
Building Inspector Initial License:
    Application Filing    75.00
Building Inspector License:
    Renewal    50.00
Certified Nurse Midwife Application Filing    90.00
Certified Nurse Midwife License Renewal    50.00
Certified Nurse Midwife Intern-Application Filing    25.00
Certified Public Accountant Quality Review CPA Firm:
    Offsite Review (plus $30 per employed CPA)    400.00
    On-site Review (plus $30 per employed CPA)    550.00
Certified Shorthand Reporter Application Filing    35.00
Certified Shorthand Reporter License Renewal    30.00
Chiropractic Physician Application Filing    100.00
Chiropractic Physician License Renewal    50.00
Contractor Licensing Primary Application Filing    200.00
Contractor Licensing License Renewal    100.00
Contractor Licensing Additional Application Filing    100.00
Contractor Licensing Change Qualifier fees    40.00
Controlled Substance Application Filing    90.00
Controlled Substance License Renewal    50.00
Controlled Substance Precursor Distributor Application Filing    200.00
Controlled Substance Precursor Distributor License Renewal    100.00
Controlled Substance Precursor Purchaser Application Filing    100.00
Controlled Substance Precursor Purchaser License Renewal    50.00
Deception Detection FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    24.00
Deception Detection BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    15.00
Deception Detection Examiner Application Filing (cost or)    40.00
Deception Detection Examiner Renewal    20.00
Deception Detection Intern Application Filing    25.00
Deception Detection Intern Renewal    20.00
Dentist Application Filing    100.00
Dentist License Renewal    50.00
Dentist Anesthesia Upgrade    50.00
Dental Hygienist Application Filing    50.00
Dental Hygienist License Renewal    25.00
Dental Hygienist Anesthesia Upgrade    25.00
Certified Dietician Application Filing    50.00
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Certified Dietician License Renewal    25.00
Electrician Application Filing    100.00
Electrician License Renewal    50.00
Electrologist Application Filing    40.00
Electrologist License Renewal    20.00
Instructor Certificate    50.00
School New Application Filing    100.00
School License Renewal    100.00
Professional Employer Organization Initial Application Fee    2,000.00
Professional Employer Organization Annual Renewal Fee    2,000.00
Professional Engineer Application Filing    100.00
Professional Engineer:
    License Renewal    50.00
Professional Structural Engineer Application Filing    100.00
Professional Structural Engineer License Renewal    50.00
Professional Engineer Exam Record Fee    30.00
Professional Engineer Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Environmental Health Scientist Application Filing    50.00
Environmental Health Scientist License Renewal    25.00
Funeral Services Director Application Filing    150.00
Funeral Services Director License Renewal    75.00
Funeral Services Apprentice Application Filing    25.00
Funeral Services Apprentice License Renewal    20.00
Funeral Services Establishment Application Filing    100.00
Funeral Services Establishment License Renewal    100.00
Genetic Counselor
New Application Filing    150.00
License Renewal    135.00
Health Care Assistant Application Filing    20.00
Health Care Assistant License Renewal    10.00
Health Facility Administrator Application Filing    60.00
Health Facility Administrator License Renewal    40.00
Hearing Instrument Specialist Application Filing    100.00
Hearing Instrument Specialist License Renewal    50.00
Hearing Instrument Intern Application Filing    25.00
Landscape Architects Application Filing    100.00
Landscape Architects License Renewal    50.00
Landscape Architects Examination Fee Record    30.00
Landscape Architects Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Professional Land Surveyor Application Filing    100.00
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Professional Land Surveyor License Renewal    50.00
Fundamentals of Land Surveying Examination Record Fee    30.00
Professional Land Surveyor Education and Enforcement Surcharge    10.00
Factory Built Housing Dealer:
    Application Filing    30.00
    License Renewal    30.00
Factory Built Housing On-site Plant Inspection per hour plus expenses    50.00
Factory Built Housing Education and Enforcement Fee    75.00
Marriage and Family Therapist Application Filing    75.00
Marriage and Family Therapist License Renewal    65.00
Marriage and Family Therapist Coursework Review Fee    25.00
Marriage and Family Therapist Intern Application    75.00
Massage Therapist:
    Application Filing    50.00
    License Renewal    40.00
Massage Therapist
    FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    24.00
    BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    15.00
Massage Apprentice:
    Application Filing    25.00
    License Renewal    25.00
    FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    24.00
    BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    15.00
Apprentice New Application Filing    25.00
Apprentice License Renewal    25.00
Apprentice FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    24.00
Apprentice BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    15.00
UCCH Name Search    10.00
Naturopathic Physician Application Filing    100.00
Naturopathic Physician License Renewal    50.00
Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) Application Filing    50.00
Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) License Renewal    40.00
Registered Nurse (R.N.) Application Filing    50.00
Registered Nurse (R.N.) License Renewal    40.00
Advanced Practice R.N. Application Filing    90.00
Advanced Practice R.N.:
    License Renewal    50.00
    Intern Application    25.00
Certified Nurse Anesthetist Application Filing    90.00
Certified Nurse Anesthetist License Renewal    50.00
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Nurse educational program approval/Initial site visit    500.00
Nurse educational program approval/Follow-up site visit    250.00
Occupational Therapist:
    Application Filing    60.00
    License Renewal    35.00
Occupational Therapist Assistant Application Filing    60.00
Occupational Therapist Assistant License Renewal    35.00
Optometrist Application Filing    130.00
Optometrist License Renewal    80.00
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Application Filing    180.00
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon License Renewal    120.00
Pharmacist:
    Application Filing    100.00
    License Application    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
Pharmacy Intern Application Filing    25.00
Pharmacy:
    Filing    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Manufacturer Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Manufacturer License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Wholesaler/Distributor Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Wholesaler/Distributor License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Out-of-State Mail Order    100.00
Pharmaceutical Out-of-State Mail Order Renewal    50.00
Veterinary Pharmaceutical Outlet Application Filing    100.00
Veterinary Pharmaceutical Outlet License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Researcher Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Researcher License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Dog Trainer Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Dog Trainer License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Teaching Organization Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Teaching Organization License Renewal    50.00
Euthanasia Agency:
    Application Filing    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
Analytical Laboratory:
    Application Filing    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
Pharmacy Technician:
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    Application Fee    50.00
Pharmacy Technician :
    License Renewal    35.00
Pharmaceutical Administration Application Filing    100.00
Pharmaceutical Administration License Renewal    50.00
Pharmaceutical Out of State Mailorder    100.00
Pharmaceutical Out of State Mailorder Renewal    50.00
Physical Therapist Application Filing    60.00
Physical Therapist License Renewal    35.00
Physician/Surgeon Application Filing    180.00
Physician/Surgeon License Renewal    120.00
Physician Assistant Application Filing    130.00
Physician Assistant License Renewal    75.00
Plumber Application Filing    100.00
Plumber License Renewal    50.00
Podiatric Physician Application Filing    130.00
Podiatric Physician License Renewal    80.00
Pre-Need Funeral Arrangement Provider:
    Application Filing    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
Pre-Need Funeral Arrangement Sales Agent:
    Application Filing    40.00
    License Renewal    30.00
Private Probation Provider Application Filing    75.00
Private Probation Provider License Renewal    50.00
Professional Counselor Application Filing    75.00
Professional Counselor License Renewal    65.00
Professional Counselor Coursework Review Fee    25.00
Professional Counselor Intern New Application Filing    75.00
Psychologist:
    Application Filing    100.00
    License Renewal    50.00
    School License Renewal    100.00
    Certified Psychology Resident New App Filing    75.00
Radiology Technologist/Practical Technician Application Filing    60.00
Radiology Technologist/Practical Technician License Renewal    35.00
Master/Therapeutic Recreation Specialist Application Filing    60.00
Master/Therapeutic Recreation Specialist License Renewal    35.00
Therapeutic Recreation Technician Application Filing    60.00
Therapeutic Recreation Technician License Renewal    35.00
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Residence Lien Recovery Fund Registrants Initial Assessment    195.00
Noncontractor Registration    25.00
Post-claim laborer assessment    20.00
Claim Application Fee:
    Nonlaborers    75.00
    Laborers    15.00
Reinstatement of Lapsed Registration    100.00
Respiratory Care Practitioner Application Filing    50.00
Respiratory Care Practitioner License Renewal    40.00
Security Services FBI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    24.00
Security Services BCI Fingerprint File Search (cost or)    15.00
Security Services Contract Security Company Application Filing    300.00
Security Services Contract Security Company Renewal    100.00
Security Services Replace/Change Qualifier    40.00
Security Services Education Program Approval    300.00
Security Services Education Program Approval Renewal    100.00
Security Services Armed Private Security Officer Application Filing    40.00
Security Services Armed Private Security Officer Renewal    20.00
Unarmed Private Security Officer Application Filing    40.00
Unarmed Private Security Officer Renewal    20.00
Clinical Social Worker:
    Application Filing    75.00
    License Renewal    65.00
Certified Social Worker:
    Application Filing    75.00
    License Renewal    65.00
Social Service Worker:
    Application Filing    75.00
    License Renewal    65.00
Speech Pathologist:
    Application Filing    60.00
    License Renewal    35.00
Audiologist:
    Application Filing    60.00
    License Renewal    35.00
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor Application Filing    75.00
Licensed Substance Abuse Counselor License Renewal    65.00
Veterinarian Application Filing    100.00
Veterinarian License Renewal    50.00
Veterinarian Intern Application Filing    25.00
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Other-Inactive/Reactivation/Emeritus License    50.00
License/Registration Reinstatement    50.00
Temporary License    50.00
Duplicate License    10.00
Disciplinary File Search (per order document)    10.00
Prelitigation Filing    60.00
UBC Seminar Fees (variable)
UBC Building Permit surcharge (Statute) (variable)
Securities
Securities Qualification Registration    300.00
Securities Coordinated Registration    300.00
Securities Notification Registration    300.00
Securities Exemptions:
    Investment Companies    500.00
All other Securities Exemptions    60.00
Transactional Exemptions    60.00
No-action and Interpretative Opinions    120.00
Securities Agent Licensing    45.00
Securities Broker/Dealer Licensing    75.00
Investment Advisor Licensing (New and Renewal)    75.00
Investment Advisor Representative Licensing (New and Renewal)    30.00
Securities Certified Dealer Licensing (New and Renewal)    500.00
Covered Securities Notice Filings:
    Investment Companies    500.00
All Other Covered Securities    60.00
Federal Covered Adviser New and Renewal    75.00
Consumer Protection
Charitable Solicitation Act Charity    100.00
Charitable Solicitation Act Professional Fund Raiser    250.00
Telephone Solicitation Telemarketing Registration    250.00
Health Spa    100.00
Credit Services Organization    100.00
Business Opportunity Disclosure Exempt    100.00
Business Opportunity Disclosure Approved    200.00
Personal Introduction Service    100.00
Corporations and Commercial Code
Articles of Incorporation Domestic Profit    50.00
Articles of Incorporation Domestic Nonprofit    20.00
Articles of Incorporation Foreign Profit    50.00
Articles of Incorporation Foreign Nonprofit    20.00
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Articles of Incorporation Corporate Sole    20.00
Requalification/Reinstatement Profit    50.00
Requalification/Reinstatement Nonprofit    20.00
Changes of Corporate Status Amend/Restate/Merge:
    Profit    25.00
    Nonprofit    15.00
Changes of Corporate Status Amendment:
    Foreign    35.00
Conversion    35.00
Annual Report Profit    10.00
Annual Report Nonprofit    5.00
Annual Report Limited Partnership    10.00
Annual Report Limited Liability Company    10.00
Annual Report Change Form    10.00
Annual Report Late Fee    10.00
Certification Corporate Standing:
    In House    10.00
    Long Form    20.00
Corporation Search In House    10.00
Limited Partnership Certificate    50.00
Limited Partnership Reinstate/Requalify    50.00
Limited Partnership Amend/Restate/Merge    25.00
Doing Business As Registration    20.00
Doing Business As Renewals    20.00
Trademark Registration    20.00
Trademark Assignments    5.00
Trademark Renewals    20.00
Limited Liability Company Articles of Organization    50.00
Limited Liability Company Reinstate/Requalify    50.00
Limited Liability Company Amend/Merge    35.00
Miscellaneous Transactions:
    Summons    10.00
    Out of State Motorist Summons    5.00
    Collection Agency Bond    30.00
    Foreign Name Registration    20.00
    Statement of Certification    10.00
    Corporation Name Reservation    20.00
    Telecopier Transmittal    5.00
    Telecopier Transmittal (per page)    1.00
Commercial Code Lien Filings UCC Filings with or without ID Number    10.00
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Commercial Code Lien Filings Assignment/Amendment    10.00
Commercial Code Lien Filings CFS:
    1    10.00
    3    10.00
    2    5.00
Lien Search    10.00
Notary Bond and Certificate    20.00
Notary Bond Rider    5.00
Notary Certificate    5.00
Digital Signatures Certification Authority Licensing    500.00
Digital Signatures Recognition of Repository    250.00
Real Estate
Broker/Sales Agent New Application (2 year)    100.00
Broker/Sales Agent Finger Printing (cost or)    39.00
Broker/Sales Agent Renewal    50.00
Appraisers Licensed and Certified:
    Application    350.00
    Renewal    350.00
Registered Appraisers:
    License or Renewal    200.00
National Register (Pass through) (cost or )    50.00
Appraisers Temporary Permit    100.00
Appraiser expert witness fee    200.00
Residential Mortgage Providers Entities (per 2 years)    200.00
Residential Mortgage Providers Individuals (per 2 years)    200.00
Residential Mortgage Providers Criminal Background Check (1st Reg. Only)    39.00
Mortgage Broker
    Mortgage Broker Entities-Application    200.00
    Mortgage Broker Entities-Renewal    200.00
    Mortgage Broker License-Application    200.00
    Mortgage Broker License-Renewal    200.00
    Finger Printing (cost or)    39.00
Miscellaneous:
    Activation    15.00
    New Company    25.00
    Branch Office    25.00
    Company Broker Change    15.00
Service Fees Duplicate License    10.00
Service Fees Certifications/Histories (up to 5 years)    10.00
Service Fees Certifications/Histories (more than 5 years)    50.00
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Service Fees License/Registration Reinstatement    50.00
Service Fees No Action Letter    120.00
Subdivided Land Exemption:
    HUD    100.00
    Water Corporation    50.00
Subdivided Land Temporary Permit    100.00
Subdivided Land Application (plus $3.00 per unit charge over 30)    500.00
Subdivided Land Inspection Deposit    300.00
Subdivided Land Consolidation (plus $3.00 per unit charge)    200.00
Subdivided Land Renewal Report    200.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Salesperson:
    New and Renewal    50.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Registration (plus $3.00 per unit charge over 100)    500.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Inspection Deposit    300.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Consolidation (plus $3.00 per unit charge)    200.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Temporary Permit    100.00
Timeshare and Camp Resort Renewal Report    200.00
Supplementary Filing Fee    200.00
REAL ESTATE EDUCATION
Real Estate Education
Real Estate Education Broker/Dealer    1.00
Real Estate Education Agent    1.00
Real Estate Prelicense Course Certification    25.00
Appraiser Prelicense Course Certification    25.00
Real Estate Continuing Education Course Certification    35.00
Real Estate Prelicense Instructor Certification    15.00
Real Estate Continuing Education Instructor Certification    15.00
Appraiser Prelicense Instructor Certification    15.00
Other
Trust Account Seminar    5.00
Verification (per copy)    20.00
License Registration Reinstatement    50.00
Laws and Rules    3.00
If mailed    5.00
No Action Letter    120.00
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT ADMINISTRATION
In accordance with Section 31A-3-103 the following fees are approved for the services of the Insurance Department
for FY 2003.
Administration
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Global license fees for Admitted Insurers
    Certificate of Authority-initial license application    1,000.00
    Continuation of Certificate of Authority-renewal    300.00
    Certificate of Authority-Reinstatement    1,000.00
    Certificate of Authority Amendment    250.00
    Merger acquisition of change of control form filing (Form A)    2,000.00
    Redomestication Filing    2,000.00
    Organizational Permit for Mutual Insurer    1,000.00
Global service fees for admitted insurer based on Utah premium volume show in most current year's
annual statement
    Zero premium volume
    More than $0 to less than $1M premium volume    700.00
    $1M to Less than $3M premium volume    1,100.00
    $3M to less than $6 M premium volume    1,550.00
    $6M to less than $11M premium volume    2,100.00
    $11M to less than $15M premium volume    2,750.00
    $15M to less than $20M premium volume    3,500.00
    $20M or more in premium volume    4,350.00
    Insurer Examination-Agency Cost
Global license fees for non-admitted insurer; other organization; accredited/trusteed reinsurer
    Non-admitted and accredited/trusted reinsurer
    Initial license application    1,000.00
    Renewal    300.00
    Reinstatement    1,000.00
    Other Organization
    Initial License Application    250.00
    Renewal    200.00
    Reinstatement    250.00
Global service fees for non-admitted insurer; other organization; accredited/trusteed reinsurer    200.00
Global individual license fee
    Res/non-res full line producer license or renewal per two-year license period
    Initial, express initial, or renewal if renewed prior to renewal deadline    70.00
    Renewal-renewed 1-30 days after renewal date and prior to lapse date    140.00
    Reinstatement of lapsed license 2-12 months after renewal deadline    190.00
    Res/non-res limited line producer license or renewal per two-year licensing period
    Initial or renewal if renewed prior to renewal deadline    45.00
    Renewal - renewed 1-30 days after renewal date and prior to lapse date    90.00
    Reinstatement of lapsed license 2-12 months after renewal deadline    140.00
    Addition of producer classification or line of authority    25.00
Global full line and limited line agency license fee
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    Res/non-res initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    75.00
    Renewal - renewed 1-30 days after renewal date and prior to lapse date    150.00
    Reinstatement of lapsed license 2-12 months after renewal deadline    200.00
    Addition of producer classification or line of authority to individual producer license    25.00
Health insurance purchasing alliance per annual licensing period
    Res/non-res initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline    500.00
    Renewal - renewed 1-30 days after renewal date and prior to lapse date    750.00
    Reinstatement of lapsed license 2-12 months after renewal deadline    800.00
Continuing Education Fees
    CE provider initial or renewal license, if renewed prior to renewal deadline    250.00
    CE provider renewal lic-renewed 1-60 days after renewal date and prior to lapse    300.00
    CE provider reinstatement of lapsed license 3-12 months after renewal date    350.00
    CE provider post approval or $5 per hour whichever is more    25.00
Other fees
    Photocopy per page    .50
    Copy complete Annual Statement/Copy    40.00
    Prod of lists-printed/page    1.00
    Prod of lists-electronic 1-500 records    50.00
    Prod of lists-elec-over 500 records/rec    .10
    Accepting Service of legal process    10.00
    Returned check charge    20.00
    Compliance and Enforcement Fines (not a fee, but fines collected from licensees)
Total General Fund Revenue
    Dedicated credit fees
    Fraud Assessment (dedicated credit; estimate of revenue to be collected from assessment)
    Title Assessment (dedicated credit; estimate of revenue to be collected from assessment)
    Relative Value Study (dedicated credit)    10.00
    Utah insurance code book    25.00
    Mailing fee for books    3.00
    Electronic commerce dedicated fees
    E-commerce and internet technology services fee
    Insurer    75.00
    Other organization    50.00
    Agency    10.00
    Producer    5.00
    Electronic transfer fee    3.00
    Non-electronic payment fee    5.00
Total Dedicated Fee Revenue
    Restricted revenue fees
    Bail bond agency/annual lic period
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    Resident initial or renewal license if renewed prior to renewal deadline (restricted revenue)    250.00
    Renewal license-renewed 1-30 days after renewal date and prior to lapse (restricted revenue)    500.00
    Reinstatement of lapsed license 2-12 months after renewal deadline (restricted revenue)    600.00
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RESOURCES
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
STATE LIBRARY
In accordance with Section 63-38-3.2, the following fees are approved for the services of the State Library
     for FY 2003.
Administration
Lost Books, Bookmobile Paperback    5.00
Lost Books, Bookmobile Hardback    10.00
Lost Books, Interlibrary Loan Paperback    15.00
Lost Books, Interlibrary Loan Hardback    35.00
HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OPERATIONS
In accordance with Section 62A-1-111 the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Human
Services for FY 2003.
Executive Director's Office
Initial license (any new program except comprehensive mental health or substance abuse)    200.00
Adult Day Care (0-50 consumers per program)    50.00
Adult Day Care (More than 50 consumers per program)    100.00
Adult Day Care per consumers capacity    1.25
Child Placing    150.00
Day Treatment    75.00
Outpatient Treatment    50.00
Residential Support    50.00
Residential Treatment    100.00
Residential Treatment per consumer capacity    1.50
Social Detoxification    100.00
Life Safety Pre-inspection    100.00
Outdoor Youth Program    100.00
Outdoor Youth per consumer capacity    5.00
FBI Fingerprint Check    24.00
Intermediate Secure Treatment    150.00
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
ISF - DHS General Services
Admin Building (per square foot)    13.44
ISF - DHS Data Processing
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Programmers (per hour)    52.00
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR'S OPERATIONS
In accordance with Section 26-1-6, the following fees are approved for the services of the Department of Health for
FY 2003.
Medical Examiner
Autopsy
    Non-Jurisdictional Case (plus cost of body transportation)    2,000.00
    External Examination, Non-Jurisdictional Case (plus transportation)    500.00
    Use of Office of Medical Examiner facilities and assistants for autopsies    500.00
    Use of Office of Medical Examiner facilities and assistants for external exams    300.00
Reports
    First copy to next of kin, treating physicians, and investigative or prosecutorial agencies - No Charge
    All other requestors and additional copies    25.00
Miscellaneous case papers
    First copy to next of kin, treating physicians, and investigative or prosecutorial agencies - No Charge
    All other requestors and additional copies    35.00
Court
    Preparation, consultation, and appearance on OME Civil cases. Portal to portal expenses including     250.00
    travel costs and waiting time, per hour
    Consultation as Medical Examiner on non-OME cases. Portal to portal expenses including travel     250.00
    costs and waiting time, per hour
Photographic and Video Services
    Color negatives from slides, plus cost of film    2.00
    Slide Duplication, plus cost of film    3.00
    Each Video Tape    75.00
    Black and White 8 x 10    7.00
    Black and White 5 x 7    3.50
    Overlays    25.00
    Glass Slides    6.00
    X-rays    6.00
Use of OME facilities for tissue harvesting activities
    Eye     31.50
    Skin Graft     120.75
    Bone     241.50
    Heart Valve     63.00
    Saphenous vein     63.00
Body Storage    30.00
    Daily charge for use of OME Storage Facilities 24 hours after notification that
    body is ready for release.
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Center for Health Data
Public Use Data Sets - Single Year License Fee for Public Agencies and Non-Profit Organizations
    Inpatient - Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter
    File I - for the latest year only    1,500.00
    File III - for the latest year only    250.00
Public Use Tapes - Multi-Year License Fee - Existing User
    Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
    File I - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    1,500.00
    File III - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    250.00
Public Use Secondary Release License, Files I per year
    First year (5 copies)    375.00
    Annual renewal fee (5 copies)    375.00
    Additional copies (in excess of 5)    50.00
Public Use Data Set - Single Year License Fee for Private Sector Agencies Organizations
    Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
    File I - for the latest one year only    3,000.00
    File III - for one year only    1,000.00
Public Use Tapes, Multi Year License Fee for Private Sector Agencies - Existing User
    Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
    File I - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    3,000.00
    File III - multiple year data set (3 years prior to current year)    1,000.00
Public Use Data Set - Single Year License Fee for Data Suppliers
    Inpatient, Ambulatory Surgery, and Emergency Department Encounter Public Use
    File I - for the latest year only
    Large System/Corp. (>35,000 discharges per year)    3,000.00
    Large Single Hospital or Multi. Hosp. (5,000-35,000 discharges)    1,500.00
    Small or Medium Single Hospital (<5,000 discharges per year)    500.00
Private Sector Secondary Release License, File I - III per year
    First Year (5 copies)    1,000.00
    Annual renewal fee (5 copies)    500.00
    Additional copies (in excess of 5)    50.00
    Financial Database    50.00
Research Data Set License Fee
    Inpatient Research Data Set
    Latest Year    3,000.00
    Three years prior    1,500.00
    HEDIS Data Set License Fee
    Public, Educational, Non-profit Research Organizations
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,000.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    750.00
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    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    500.00
    Private Sector Agencies
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,500.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    1,250.00
    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    1,000.00
    HMO Enrollee Satisfaction Survey
    Data Set License Fee
    Public, Educational, Non-profit Research Organizations
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,000.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    750.00
    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    500.00
    Private Sector Agencies
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    1,500.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    1,250.00
    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    1,000.00
    Data Suppliers (contributing HMOs)
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    400.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    300.00
    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    200.00
    Data Suppliers (Non-contributing HMOs)
    File I - Latest Year (per data set)    800.00
    File II - Previous Year (per data set)    600.00
    File III - Any Earlier Years (per data set)    400.00
POD Interent Module Licensing Fee
     Patient Origin Destination (POD) Inpatient Query System - Users License
    First User    300.00
    Additional User    50.00
Fee for Data Suppliers Purchase
Hard Copy Reports Miscellaneous    10.00
    Standard Report 1 - Inpatient, Emergency    50.00
    Standard Report 1 - Ambulatory Surgery    50.00
    Hospital Financial Report    50.00
Special Reports    15.00
Health Information Internet Query System License Fee
    Programming and Technical Support, per hour    50.00
    Program/Public Sector    6,000.00
    Program/Private Sector    10,000.00
Special Data Request, per hour, ($70 minimum)    50.00
Other Fees
    Data Management Fees for Reprocessing - Data Errors (To cover costs of processing resubmissions     38.00
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    of data with system errors (may be waived as incentive for timely resubmission)
Birth Certificate
    Initial Copy    12.00
    Additional Copies    5.00
    Affidavit    20.00
    Heritage Birth Certificate    22.00
    Adoption    40.00
    Expedite Fee    10.00
Death Certificate
    Initial Copy    9.00
    Additional Copies    5.00
Paternity Search, per hour (1 hour minimum)    9.00
Delayed Registration    40.00
Marriage and Divorce Abstracts    9.00
Legitimation    40.00
Adoption Registry    25.00
Death Research, per hour (1 hour minimum)    9.00
Court Order Name Changes    20.00
Court Order Paternity    40.00
On-line Access to Computerized Vital Records, per month    10.00
Ad-hoc Statistical Requests, per hour    35.00
Utah Statewide Immunization Information System (USIIS)
    Non-financial Contributing Partners
    Match on Immunization Records in Database, per record    12.00
    File Format Conversion, per hour    30.00
    Financial Contributing Partners
    Match on Immunization Records in Database, per record    12.00
    If the partner's financial contribution is less than the number of records to be
    matched multiplied by $12.00, then the partner shall adhere to the fee schedule for
     non-contributing partners of USIIS. (If the partner's financial contribution is
    more than or equal to the number of records to be matched multiplied by $12.00,
    then the partner shall not have to pay the fee.)
HEALTH SYSTEMS IMPROVEMENT
Emergency Medical Services
Registration, Certification and Testing
    Certification Fee
    Initial EMT-Basic    30.00
    All other certifications    10.00
    Recertification Fee    10.00
    Written Test Fee
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    Basic EMT Certification Written Test/Re-test Fee    15.00
    All other written tests, re-tests    12.00
Practical Test Fees
    EMT
    Basic Certification Practical Test/Re-test    45.00
    Basic Recertification/Reciprocity Practical Test    100.00
    Medical Scenario Practical re-test    25.00
    Trauma Scenario Practical re-test    50.00
    Intermediate Practical Test Fee    50.00
    Intermediate Re-test Fee per station    25.00
    Paramedic Practical Test    90.00
    Paramedic Practical retest per station    30.00
    The fees listed above apply to the following certification levels:
    Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) - Basic
    Emergency Medical Technician IV
    Emergency Medical Technician Intermediate
    Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic
    Emergency Medical Technician Instructor
    Emergency Medical Dispatcher (EMD)
    Emergency Medical Dispatcher Instructor
Annual Quality Assurance Review Fee, per vehicle
    Ground Ambulance, Basic    50.00
    Ground Ambulance, IV    50.00
    Ground Ambulance, Intermediate    75.00
    Interfacility Transfer Ambulance, Basic