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     Annual Appropriations Act
    2003 GENERAL SESSION
                      STATE OF UTAH
                      Sponsor: Ron Bigelow
                  This act funds appropriations and reductions for the operation of state government for the
                  fiscal year beginning July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2004. The act provides budget increases
                  and decreases for the use and support of certain state departments and agencies of state
                  government and for other purposes as provided in this act. This act provides an effective date.

                  Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
                      Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following sums of
                  money are appropriated out of money not otherwise appropriated, 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 beginning July 1, 2003 and ending June 30, 2004.
                  Legislature
                  Item 1    To Legislature - Senate
                  From General Fund    1,656,950
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,400
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    925,300
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (925,050)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,598,100
                  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    3,036,250
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,100
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    3,600
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (3,750)
Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,916,400
                  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    1,834,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    6,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    440,800
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (335,000)
Schedule of Programs:


                  Administration    1,946,000
                  Item 4    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
                  From General Fund         1,941,600
                  From General Fund, One-time         6,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances         852,800
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances         (828,300)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration and Research    1,972,100
                      For the 2004 General Session and beyond, it is the intent of the
                  Legislature that the Appropriations Subcommittees provide a statement of
                  purpose and justifications whenever they approve nonlapsing authority for
                  a state agency or institution. This statement should be part of the
                  subcommittee recommendations as presented to the Executive
                  Appropriations Committee.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that all state departments and
                  institutions prepare a one page summary of the significant factors that are
                  driving their various budget requests for FY 2004 and FY 2005. This
                  summary should be given to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
                  November 1, 2003. The departments and institutions should present their
                  summaries to the Executive Appropriations Committee in the November
                  2003 meeting.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Human
                  Resource Management, in consultation with the Office of the Legislative
                  Fiscal Analyst, study the impact of discontinuing the offering of health,
                  dental, and retirement benefits to future part time state employees. This
                  study should also include a review of present practices of part time benefit
                  payments in Higher Education, Public Education, and the private sector.
                  This study should be ready for presentation to the Executive
                  Appropriations Committee no later than the August, 2003 meeting.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that during the 2003 Legislative
                  interim, the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst study various options
                  that may reduce costs to the state relative to the payment of health and
    dental benefits. This study should include but is not limited common
                  benefit packages, standardization of premium co-pays, prescription drug
                  "carve out" contracts, review of cost for spouse and dependent coverage
                  inclusion of the Legislature in the process of determining the provisions of
                  the state's health insurance program, Medical Savings Accounts, etc. It is
                  the further intent of the Legislature that the Office of the Legislative Fiscal


                  Analyst may contract with an outside consulting firm if deemed
                  advantageous to the study and may request reimbursement in the next
                  legislative session for any costs up to $50,000 incurred relative to the
                  contract.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that during the 2003 interim, the
                  Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst develops a plan that identifies
                  certain expenditures that could be considered one-time for purposes of
                  achieving structural balance. The plan should focus on, but not be limited
                  to, Capital Outlay and Data Processing Capital Outlay. This plan should
                  be presented to the Executive Appropriations Committee in time for
                  implementation in the 2004-2005 budget cycle.
                  Item 5    To Legislature - Legislative Printing
                  From General Fund    480,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    320,500
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    392,200
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (392,200)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    801,400
                  Item 6    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel
                  From General Fund    4,721,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    135,100
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    352,900
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (312,900)
    Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    4,896,500
                  Item 7    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel - Tax Review
                      Commission
                  From General Fund         50,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances         2,800
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances         (2,800)
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    9,200
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (9,200)


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Constitutional Revision Commission    55,000
Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
                  Governor's Office
                  Item 9    To Governor's Office
                  From General Fund    2,262,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    6,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    87,100
Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,779,500
                  Governor's Residence    272,100
                  Washington Office    224,100
                  Task Forces    18,500
                  Constitutional Defense Council    40,800
                  Commission for Women and Families    21,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Governor's budget
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 10    To Governor's Office - Elections
                  From General Fund    625,100
                  From General Fund, One-time    800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (152,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Elections Administration    474,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Elections program
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 11    To Governor's Office - Emergency Fund
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    102,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (102,000)
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Emergency Fund
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 12    To Governor's Office - RS-2477 Rights of Way
                  From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    1,880,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  RS-2477 Rights of Way    1,880,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds provided for the RS 2477
                  Rights of Way Program be used for litigation and other means designed to
                  quiet title to existing rights of way established before 1976 under RS 2477


                  guidelines. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the Governor or
                  his designee shall present a report to the Legislature each General Session
                  detailing activities funded within this line item.
        It is the intent of the Legislature that $50,000 of the funds for
    RS-2477 be used for the San Raphael study.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the RS 2477 program
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 13     To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget
                  From General Fund    2,891,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    210,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    44,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    681,300
                  Planning and Budget Analysis    1,058,900
                  Demographic and Economic Analysis    603,500
                  Information Technology    464,600
                  State and Local Planning    337,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Governor's Office
                  of Planning and Budget shall not lapse.
                  Item 14    To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget -
    Chief Information Officer
                  From General Fund    388,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    153,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Chief Information Officer    542,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that, should a comprehensive review
                  of Division of Information Technology Services costs, products, and rates
                  result in ongoing savings to the General Fund of at least $152,000
                  beginning in FY 2005 or prior, the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
                  shall recommend to the Legislature an ongoing General Fund
                  appropriation increase of $152,000 beginning in FY 2005 for the Chief
                  Information Officer.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Chief Information
                  Officer shall not lapse.
Item 15    To Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice
                  From Federal Funds    18,062,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    65,000
                  From Crime Victims Reparation Trust    2,343,300


                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    (4,845,400)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  CCJJ Commission    9,972,600
                  Crime Victim Reparations    4,816,100
                  Extraditions    249,600
                  Substance Abuse and Anti-violence    195,800
                  Sentencing Commission    180,800
                  Crime Prevention Grant    210,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Commission on
                  Criminal and Juvenile Justice shall not lapse.
                  State Auditor
                  Item 16    To State Auditor
                  From General Fund    2,699,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    11,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    690,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    282,800
                  Auditing    2,746,500
                  State and Local Government    372,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Auditor shall
                  not lapse.
                  State Treasurer
                  Item 17    To State Treasurer
                  From General Fund    821,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    2,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    189,500
                  From Unclaimed Property Trust    1,181,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Treasury and Investment    866,000
                  Unclaimed Property    1,181,600
                  Money Management Council    79,400
                  Financial Assistance    67,700
                      It is the intent of Legislature that funding for the State Treasurer shall
                  not lapse.
Attorney General
                  Item 18    To Attorney General
                  From General Fund    15,192,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    296,500


                  From Federal Funds    1,118,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    11,513,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    443,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    120,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    100,000
                  From Attorney General Litigation Fund    255,600
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    132,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    900,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,499,200
                  Anti-Trust Prosecution    255,600
                  Child Protection    5,377,800
                  Children's Justice    901,300
                  Public Advocacy    7,235,100
                  Public Lands    150,000
                  State Counsel    14,533,100
                  Water Rights Adjudication    149,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $120,000 provided from the
                  General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense account be used to pay
                  for legal services regarding public lands issues involving the state, other
                  than those related to existing rights of way established before 1976 under
                  RS-2477 guidelines.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Attorney General's
                  Office shall not lapse.
                  Item 19    To Attorney General - Contract Attorneys
                  From General Fund, One-time    400,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Contract Attorneys    700,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Contract Attorneys
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 20    To Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
                  From General Fund    2,052,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,000
From Federal Funds    122,300
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Children's Justice Centers    2,176,100
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Children's Justice


                  Centers shall not lapse.
                  Item 21    To Attorney General - Prosecution Council
                  From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    500,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Prosecution Council    500,100
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Prosecution
                  Council shall not lapse.
                  Item 22    To Attorney General - Domestic Violence
                  From General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence    78,500
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    6,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Domestic Violence    84,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for prevention of
                  Domestic Violence shall not lapse.
                  Utah Department of Corrections
                  Item 23    To Utah Department of Corrections - Programs and Operations
                  From General Fund    132,889,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    366,400
                  From Federal Funds    1,056,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,996,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    117,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    81,700
                  From Crime Victims Reparation Trust    750,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    563,100
                  From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    246,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Department Executive Director    8,438,000
                  Department Administrative Services    3,866,100
                  Department Training    1,201,600
                  Adult Probation and Parole Administration    1,198,400
                  Adult Probation and Parole Programs    41,083,900
                  Institutional Operations Administration    2,893,700
                  Institutional Operations Draper Facility    51,264,600
                  Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison    18,287,600
    Institutional Operations Inmate Placement    1,566,000
                  Institutional Operations Programming    6,653,200
                  Institutional Operations Support Services    2,614,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections be


                  granted the authority to transfer up to $500,000 in 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.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Executive Director of the
                  Department of Corrections and the Commissioner of Public Safety or their
                  designee(s) shall study the prospects of consolidating their respective
                  training academies on July 1, 2004. The Executive Director and the
                  Commissioner will report their findings to the Legislative Law
                  Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee by its October
                  meeting.
                      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, for every two agents hired, the Legislature grants
                  authority to purchase one vehicle with department funds.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Corrections
                  and the Judicial Council meet to discuss the possibility of modifying
                  supervision standards, including but not limited to the elimination of
                  supervision requirements of class A misdemeanants, excluding those
                  subject to Utah Code Annotated 77-27-21.5 and any misdemeanor listed in
                  76-5-101-306.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Department of
                  Corrections shall not lapse.
                  Item 24    To Utah Department of Corrections - Department Medical Services
                  From General Fund    16,172,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    34,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    151,500
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    173,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Medical Services    16,531,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of the Legislative
                  Fiscal Analyst supervise a study of the Medical Services Department
                  within the Utah Department of Corrections. The study shall provide an
                  analysis of costs (short and long term), liability issues, quality of service,
                  and accreditation standards compared to industry standards for private
                  providers. The Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst will present its
                  findings to the Executive Appropriations Committee on or before July 1,


                  2003, with copies distributed to the members of the Executive Offices and
                  Criminal Justice Appropriations Subcommittee.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that any savings identified in the study
                  of the Medical Services Department within the Utah Department of
                  Corrections be used for institutional operations beginning in FY 2004.
                  The Legislative Fiscal Analyst may request reimbursement in the 2004
                  General Session for any cost incurred in relation to this study.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of
                  Corrections - Medical Services shall not lapse.
                  Item 25    To Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    14,000,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (50,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Utah Correctional Industries    13,950,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of
                  Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries shall not lapse.
                  Item 26    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Contracting
                  From General Fund    18,086,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Jail Contracting    18,086,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of
                  Corrections - Jail Contracting shall not lapse.
                  Item 27    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Reimbursement
                  From General Fund    8,515,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Jail Reimbursement    8,515,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of
                  Corrections - Jail Reimbursement shall not lapse.
                  Utah Department of Corrections Internal Service Funds
                  Item 28    To Utah Department of Corrections - Data Processing - Internal Service Fund
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intra governmental Revenue    1,625,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - DOC Data Processing    1,625,600
                  Total FTE    4.5
Authorized Capital Outlay    429,500
                  Board of Pardons and Parole
                  Item 29    To Board of Pardons and Parole
                  From General Fund    2,547,600


                  From General Fund, One-time    9,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,200
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    77,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Corrections    31,600
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    158,700
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (50,000)                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Board Of Pardons and Parole    2,776,600
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Board of Pardons
                  shall not lapse.
                  Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections
                  Item 30    To Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections - Services
                  From General Fund    66,918,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    125,100
                  From Federal Funds    1,885,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,730,100
                  From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    70,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    41,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Youth Corrections Victim Restitution Account    1,069,300
                  From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    883,200
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    1,549,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    12,170,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,598,000
                  Early Intervention    8,464,900
                  Community Programs    29,191,100
                  Correctional Facilities    27,394,700
                  Rural Programs    19,792,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Youth Corrections -
                  Services shall not lapse.
                  Item 31    To Department of Human Services - Division of Youth Corrections -
    Youth Parole Authority
                  From General Fund    266,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    700
From Federal Funds    13,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Youth Parole Authority    280,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Youth Corrections -


                  Youth Parole Authority shall not lapse.
                  Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
                  Item 32    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
                  From General Fund    69,551,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    213,000
                  From Federal Funds    97,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,140,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Alternative Dispute Resolution    140,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense    235,300
From General Fund Restricted - Court Reporter Technology    350,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest    250,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    86,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment    511,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance    35,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention    392,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    193,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    1,134,300
                  From Revenue Transfers - Judicial Council    (63,700)
                  From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    197,200
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    223,500
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (179,700)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Supreme Court    1,936,700
                  Law Library    476,700
                  Court of Appeals    2,575,900
                  District Courts    32,680,000
                  Juvenile Courts    26,805,500
                  Justice Courts    153,500
                  Courts Security    1,681,000
                  Administrative Office    2,400,400
                  Judicial Education    323,200
                  Data Processing    4,193,900
                  Grants Program    1,282,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding for the Judicial
                  Council shall not lapse.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Administrative Office of the
                  Courts:
                      (1) contribute $100,000 to the Community Legal Center; and


                      (2) before contributing the monies, obtain a written, signed, and dated
                  certification from the Community Legal Center that the monies will be
                  used exclusively to provide:
                      (a) legal advice to low income family members and low income
                  victims of domestic violence about family law matters; and
                      (b) legal representation in family law matters in Utah district or
                  juvenile courts to low income family members and low income victims of
                  domestic violence.
                  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 Grand Jury shall not
                  lapse.
                  Item 34    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Contracts and Leases
                  From General Fund    14,737,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    199,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - State Court Complex Account    4,122,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Contracts and Leases    19,060,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Contracts and Leases
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 35    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness Fees
                  From General Fund    1,525,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (373,600)
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    373,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    1,530,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Jury, Witness, and
                  Interpreter shall not lapse.
                  Item 36    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
                  From General Fund    2,977,500
From General Fund, One-time    9,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    20,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense    410,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Guardian Ad Litem Services    309,400


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Guardian ad Litem    3,727,300
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Guardians Ad Litem
                  shall not lapse.
                  Item 37    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, 2003 to
                  June 30, 2004: 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 2003.
                  Department of Public Safety
                  Item 38    To Department of Public Safety - Programs & Operations
                  From General Fund    40,863,500
                  From General Fund, One-time    126,100
                  From Transportation Fund    5,495,500
                  From Federal Funds    2,552,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,429,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    125,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    4,367,100
                  From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight    376,900
                  From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Operations    422,800
                  From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    1,149,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    649,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Health    13,800
                  From Revenue Transfers - Transportation    1,136,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    875,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (781,000)
                  From Lapsing Balance    (376,900)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Highway Patrol - Administration    744,800
                  Highway Patrol - Field Operations    23,244,800
                  Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle    2,948,500
                  Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections    1,172,600
                  Highway Patrol - Federal Projects    1,770,800
                  Highway Patrol - Protective Services    1,339,900
                  Highway Patrol - Special Services    2,538,200
                  Highway Patrol - Special Enforcement    1,324,200
                  Highway Patrol - Technical Services    626,600


                  Information Management - Operations    1,520,400
                  Fire Marshall - Fire Operations    1,431,700
                  Fire Marshall - Fire Fighter Training    3,168,100
                  Department Commissioner's Office    1,847,900
                  Aero Bureau    661,600
                  Department Grants    1,724,600
                  Department Administrative Services    500,000
                  CITS Administration    652,800
                  CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification    3,152,700
                  CITS Communications    4,693,900
                  CITS State Crime Labs    2,081,800
                  CITS Crime Lab Grants    380,000
                  CITS BCI Grants    301,400
                  CITS State Bureau of Investigation    2,921,800
                  CITS SBI Grants    676,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that receipts above the appropriated
                  dedicated credits amount of reimbursable flight time for the Department of
                  Public Safety aircraft not lapse and be used for major aircraft maintenance.
                      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 the Executive Director of the
                  Department of Corrections and the Commissioner of Public Safety or their
                  designee(s) shall study the prospects of consolidating their respective
                  training academies on July 1, 2004. The Executive Director and the
                  Commissioner will report their findings to the Legislative Law
                  Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee by its October
                  meeting.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Public Safety
                  may increase the fleet if funding is provided through federal aid or other
                  sources for special programs or projects. Any expansion vehicle acquired
                  during the interim by the Department shall be reported to the Office of the
                  Legislative Fiscal Analyst. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
                  any vehicle acquired under this intent language will not be eligible for
                  replacement using the General Fund Borrowing capacity held by the
                  Division of Fleet Operations.
        It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the Department of
    Public Safety shall not lapse.


                  Item 39    To Department of Public Safety - Emergency Services and Homeland Security
                  From General Fund    694,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    2,100
                  From Federal Funds    9,268,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    251,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight    1,416,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    167,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Environmental Quality    12,900
                  From Lapsing Balance    (1,416,400)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Emergency Services and Homeland Security    10,397,600
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of Public
                  Safety - Emergency Services and Homeland Security shall not lapse.
                  Item 40    To Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and Training
                  From Federal Funds    3,529,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    29,100
                  From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    2,805,300
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Basic Training    1,346,000
                  Regional/Inservice Training    647,800
                  Post Administration    840,600
                  Grants    500,000
                  Police Corps Academy    3,029,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of Public
                  Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and Training shall not lapse.
                  Item 41    To Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
                  From General Fund    970,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    2,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Liquor Law Enforcement    973,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of Public
                  Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement shall not lapse.
                  Item 42    To Department of Public Safety - Driver License
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    400
                  From Transportation Fund Restricted - Motorcycle Education    207,000
                  From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    16,200,100
                  From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.    1,560,100
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  Driver License Administration    1,287,400
                  Driver Services    10,391,700
                  Driver Records    4,520,500
                  Motorcycle Safety    207,900
                  Uninsured Motorist    1,560,100
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of Public
                  Safety - Driver License shall not lapse.
                  Item 43    To Department of Public Safety - Highway Safety
                  From General Fund    93,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    100
                  From Federal Funds    3,061,400
                  From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    400,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Highway Safety    3,555,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Department of Public
                  Safety - Highway Safety shall not lapse.
                  Restricted Revenue - Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
                  Item 44    To General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account
                  From General Fund    267,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    267,500
                  Revenue - Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
                  Item 45    To General Fund
                  From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    189,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    250,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    1,353,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund    603,600
                  General Fund, One-time    1,189,500
                  Capital Facilities & Administrative Services
                  Capitol Preservation Board
                  Item 46    To Capitol Preservation Board
                  From General Fund    2,165,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    228,200
                  From Revenue Transfers    104,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    5,900
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  Capitol Preservation Board    2,504,100
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Capitol Preservation
                  Board shall not lapse and that those funds shall be used for the design and
                  construction costs associated with the Capitol restoration.
                  Department of Administrative Services
                  Item 47    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
                  From General Fund    785,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    182,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    969,200
                  Item 48    To Department of Administrative Services - Automated Geographic
    Reference Center
                  From General Fund    371,500
                  From General Fund, One-time    302,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    351,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Automated Geographic Reference Center    1,025,800
                  Item 49    To Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
                  From General Fund    279,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    800                   Schedule of Programs:
                  DAR Administration    280,500
                  Item 50    To Department of Administrative Services - DFCM Administration
                  From General Fund    81,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    725,300
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    492,200
                  From Restricted Revenue    966,900
                  From Capital Project Fund - Project Reserve    1,699,500
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    8,400
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (23,600)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  DFCM Administration    3,153,400
                  Preventive Maintenance    144,300
                  Governor's Residence    81,300
                  DFCM HazMat    94,000
                  Roofing and Paving    477,000
                  Item 51    To Department of Administrative Services - State Archives


                  From General Fund    1,868,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    5,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    40,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Archives Administration    396,600
                  Records Analysis    324,000
                  Preservation Services    301,500
                  Records Services    472,900
                  Patron Services    419,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Archives
                  shall not lapse and that those funds are to be used to catalog documents
                  generated by former Governors.
                  Item 52    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance Administration
                  From General Fund    6,100,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    18,300
                  From Transportation Fund    450,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,523,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Fund Overhead    1,490,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    108,900
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (59,100)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Finance Director's Office    327,800
                  Payroll    1,803,200
                  Payables/Disbursing    2,023,400
                  Technical Services    1,462,100
                  Financial Reporting    1,207,900
                  Financial Information Systems    2,807,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division of Finance
                  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 the Department of Administrative
                  Services develop and implement a mileage reimbursement program that
                  requires agencies to reimburse employees for personal vehicle use at a rate
                  equal to, or less than, the per mile cost of a mid-size sedan operated by the
                  Division of Fleet Operations. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
                  these rules be applied to Legislative Staff, the Judicial Branch and to the


                  Utah System of Higher Education. The rule should make exception for
                  instances where a State fleet vehicle is not available to the employee, for
                  mileage reimbursements for Elected Officials of the State and members of
                  Boards and Commissions who do not have access to the State fleet for use
                  in their official duties.
                  Item 53    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
                  From General Fund    482,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Fund    482,600
                  Item 54    To Department of Administrative Services - Post Conviction Indigent Defense
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    396,400
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (322,400)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Post Conviction Indigent Defense Fund    74,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Post Conviction
                  Indigent Defense Fund shall not lapse.
                  Item 55    To Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct Commission
                  From General Fund    220,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    800
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    8,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Judicial Conduct Commission    229,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Judicial Conduct
                  Commission shall not lapse.
                  Item 56    To Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
                  From General Fund    1,237,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    4,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    79,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Purchasing and General Services    1,321,400
                  Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
                  Item 57    To Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt Collection
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    455,000
                  From Licenses/Fees    128,200
                  From Interest Income    531,500
                  From Other Financing Sources    7,300
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Debt Collection    1,122,000


                  Total FTE    5.0
                      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 58    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Purchasing
    and General Services
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    14,607,400                   Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Central Mailing    8,385,400
                  ISF - Electronic Purchasing    342,400
                  ISF - Publishing    5,879,600
                  Total FTE    63.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    2,377,900
                  Item 59    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Information
    Technology Services
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    56,714,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Network Services    12,137,700
                  ISF - Telephone Services    16,240,300
                  ISF - Radio Shop    2,674,900
                  ISF - Computing    20,424,800
                  ISF - ITS Support Services    5,236,700
                  Total FTE    240.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    5,732,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that, on July 1, 2003, all but
                  $4,473,000 in capital outlay authorization provided for FY 2003 and prior
                  years shall lapse. It is further the intent of the Legislature that $4,473,000
                  in nonlapsing authority shall be used for the following purposes and the
                  approximate amounts indicated: Utah Master Directory Phase 2, $131,000;
                  Mainframe Upgrade for eREP, $1,500,000; Channel Extension, $890,000;
                  Richfield Mainframe Integrated Coupling Facility, $124,000; Richfield
                  Mainframe Business Resumption Expansion, $378,000; Communications
                  Upgrade to Richfield, $500,000; Switching Upgrades for Business
                  Resumption, $300,000; Voice Over Internet Protocol Pilot Project,
                  $250,000; High Availability UNIX Servers for Richfield Business
                  Resumption, $400,000.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Information


                  Technology Services (ITS), Department of Administrative Services
                  (DAS), and the Internal Service Fund Rate Committee begin a review of
                  ITS costs, products, and rates prior to the 2004 General Session. It is
                  further the intent of the Legislature that DAS, ITS, and the Rate
                  Committee report to the Capitol Facilities and Administrative Services
                  Subcommittee prior to the 2004 General Session. It is the intent of the
                  Legislature that rate recommendations accurately reflect the cost of
                  services for which the rates are charged.
                  Item 60    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet Operations
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    39,533,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Motor Pool    24,153,000
                  ISF - Fuel Network    14,257,100
                  ISF - State Surplus Property    773,100
                  ISF - Federal Surplus Property    350,600
                  Total FTE    47.5
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    18,329,700
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that agencies shall comply with the
                  five percent fleet reduction as directed in Senate Bill 1, 2002 General
                  Session through reductions in vehicles scheduled for replacement. It is
                  further the intent of the Legislature that agencies shall not use vehicles
                  classified as "specialty" or "construction" vehicles in meeting the five
                  percent figure.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that every department of state
                  government and the Utah System of Higher Education (including UCAT)
                  provide written confirmation of fleet size and composition to the Division
                  of Fleet Operations no later than June 30, 2003. It is further the intent of
                  the Legislature that the Division of Fleet Operations reconcile fleet counts
                  to the statewide Fleet Anywhere Database to use as a baseline for future
                  analysis and potential audit of fleet size and composition.
                  Item 61    To Department of Administrative Services - Risk Management
                  From Premiums    28,480,600
                  From Restricted Revenue    8,942,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Risk Management Administration    30,530,600
                  ISF - Workers' Compensation    6,892,700
                  Total FTE    25.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    12,000


                  Item 62    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities Construction and
                       Management - Facilities Management
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    18,815,200                   Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Facilities Management    18,815,200
                  Total FTE    121.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    11,500
                      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.
                  Capital Budget
                  Item 63    To Capital Budget - DFCM Capital Program
                  From General Fund    27,584,700
                  From Income Tax    17,000,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Capital Improvements    42,714,700
                  Capital Development Fund    1,870,000
                      Development Projects: FY 2003/2004 Promontory Debt Service
                  Payment $1,870,000
                  State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
                  Item 64    To State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
                  From General Fund    56,833,700
                  From Uniform School Fund    17,164,300
                  From Centennial Highway Fund    97,724,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    31,508,200
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    11,092,400
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (8,809,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Debt Service    205,514,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM is not required to collect
                  rent from the Department of Corrections for the Promontory Facility in FY
                  2003 if the Legislature in the 2003 general session appropriates funds to
                  debt service for FY 2004 to replace the uncollected rent. It is further the
                  intent of the Legislature that the Division of Finance use available cash
                  balances in the debt service fund to make the debt service payment in FY
                  2003 if the Legislature in the 2003 General Session has appropriated funds
                  for FY 2004 to debt service to replace the rent not collected from the


                  Department of Corrections in FY 2003.
                      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 Information Technology Services Internal Service Fund    452,000
                  From Risk Management Internal Service Fund    222,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund    674,600
                  Commerce & Revenue
                  Utah State Tax Commission
                  Item 66    To Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
                  From General Fund    19,417,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    56,500
                  From Uniform School Fund    16,712,900
                  From Uniform School Fund, One-time    46,800
                  From Transportation Fund    5,857,400
                  From Federal Funds    476,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,722,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees    6,242,700
                  From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.    133,800
                  From Revenue Transfers    60,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,407,000
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (1,907,000)
                                    Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration Division    5,585,400
                  Auditing Division    8,008,200
                  Multi-State Tax Compact    172,000
                  Technology Management    7,331,900
                  Tax Processing Division    7,100,800
                  Seasonal Employees    664,800
                  Tax Payer Services    7,614,000
                  Property Tax Division    4,022,100


                  Motor Vehicles    12,533,800
                  Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    2,194,500
                      The Legislature intends that these funds not lapse and that the balances
                  carried forward be used 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    1,979,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,024,800
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (1,701,800)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  License Plates Production    2,302,300
                  Item 68    To Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
                  From General Fund    1,712,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    (1,112,300)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Liquor Profit Distribution    600,000
                  Utah College of Applied Technology
                  Item 69    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Administration
                  From General Fund    4,313,600
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    242,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    610,700
                  Custom Fit    3,108,100
                  Equipment    837,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature, if additional funding is received in
                  FY 2004 for Custom Fit, that the UCAT Board of Trustees allocates an
                  appropriate amount of Custom Fit monies to the Salt Lake-Tooele Applied
                  Technology College.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that UCAT complete and submit all
                  financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, etc.) to the Office of the
                  Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year. It is further
                  the intent of the Legislature that the approved consolidated budget request
                  from the UCAT Board of Trustees be submitted to the Office of the
                  Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year.
                      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 Governors 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 is
                  reported to the Commerce and Revenue Appropriation Subcommittee by
                  October 31 of 2003, and that the recommended tuition rate increase is
                  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 a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governor's Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                  Item 70    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Bridgerland Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    7,236,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,018,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Bridgerland ATC    8,254,500
                  Item 71    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Central Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    1,454,000
                  From Federal Funds    175,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    330,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Central ATC    1,959,000
                  Item 72    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Davis Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    7,183,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    965,800
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    197,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Davis ATC    8,347,500
                  Item 73    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Dixie Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    811,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Dixie ATC    811,800


                  Item 74    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Mountainland Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    2,230,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    125,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Mountainland ATC    2,356,000
                  Item 75    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Ogden/Weber Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    8,007,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,241,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    87,600                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Ogden/Weber ATC    9,335,800
                  Item 76    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Salt Lake/Tooele Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    1,956,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    123,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    31,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Salt Lake/Tooele ATC    2,111,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature, if additional funding is received in
                  FY 2004 for Custom Fit, that the UCAT Board of Trustees allocates an
                  appropriate amount of Custom Fit monies to the Salt Lake-Tooele Applied
                  Technology College.
                  Item 77    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southeast Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    818,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    153,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Southeast ATC    972,000
                  Item 78    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southwest Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    1,306,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300,400
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    177,000
Schedule of Programs:
                  Southwest ATC    1,784,100
                  Item 79    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Uintah Basin Applied Technology College
                  From General Fund    3,810,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    320,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Uintah Basin ATC    4,130,200
                  Department of Workforce Services


                  Item 80    To Department of Workforce Services
                  From General Fund    51,732,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    2,500,000
                  From Federal Funds    202,170,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,542,700
                  From Unemployment Compensation Trust    2,160,000
                  From Revenue Transfers    3,473,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    32,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    2,661,100
                  Employment Development    98,700
                  Administration and Service Delivery Support    558,900
                  Regional Administration    1,449,900
                  Adjudication Division    (179,200)
                  Agency Pass-thru    5,590,700
                  Child Care    7,736,100
                  Unemployment Insurance    13,104,900
                  Labor Market Information    2,885,300
                  Office of Finance    1,657,700
                  Workforce Information Technology    27,089,000
                  Adjudication & Audit    2,769,900
                  Administrative Services    3,957,200
                  Human Resources    880,600
                  DWS eRep Project    3,484,100
                  Service Delivery Support    9,969,900
                  Region I - Northern    18,750,800
                  Region II - Central    30,494,200
                  Region III - Mountainlands    10,616,500
                  Region IV - Eastern    8,545,100
                  Region V - Western    10,170,300
                  Conferences    60,000
                  DWS Assistance Payments    103,260,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Workforce
                  Services provide a written report of its annual review of the adequacy of
                  Family Employment Program (FEP) cash assistance grant levels. It is the
                  intent that the report be given at the October Interim meeting each year.
                      The Legislature intends that $2,160,000 in funds appropriated from the
                  Unemployment Compensation Trust (Reed Act Distribution) be used for


                  Employment Services Administration.
                      The Legislature intends that $400,000 in General Fund be for one year
                  and then be shown as on-going General Fund in the Tax Commission -
                  Liquor Profit Distribution. The Legislature further intends that $2,000,000
                  of the appropriation be one-time and of that amount, up to $1,000,000 is
                  contingent upon the Department of Commerce - Division of Securities
                  collecting that amount above estimates. If the Division collects some or
                  all of that amount, the Legislature intends the Department may spend those
                  collections up to the $1,000,000 appropriated amount. The Legislature
                  intends that of the $2,400,000 in one-time funds, $1,000,000 is for
                  General Assistance and $1,400,000 is for Food Stamp Match Rate changes
                  and caseload growth.         It is the intent of the Legislature that funds provided for the Department of Workforce Services shall not lapse.
                  Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
                  Item 81    To Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
                  From Liquor Control Fund    16,601,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    968,600
                  Administration    938,500
                  Operations    2,051,300
                  Warehouse and Distribution    1,068,700
                  Stores and Agencies    11,574,500
                  Labor Commission
                  Item 82    To Labor Commission
                  From General Fund    4,425,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    12,700
                  From Federal Funds    2,471,200
                  From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety    765,000
                  From Employers' Reinsurance Fund    214,700
                  From Uninsured Employers' Fund    809,300
                  From Revenue Transfers    38,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,588,300
                  Industrial Accidents    1,037,600
                  Appeals Board    12,100
                  Adjudication    702,500
                  Division of Safety    1,016,000


                  Workplace Safety    532,900
                  Anti-Discrimination    1,180,400
                  Utah Occupational Safety and Health    2,532,800
                  Building Operations and Maintenance    133,500
                      The Legislature intends that fees collected from sponsoring seminars
                  not lapse, so that the agency can offer yearly training seminars using the
                  funds collected.
                  Department of Commerce
                  Item 83    To Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
                  From Federal Funds    204,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,469,000
                  From Restricted Revenue    2,890,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    14,244,200
                  From General Fund Restricted - Factory Built Housing Fees    104,700
                  From General Fund Restricted - Geologist Education and Enforcement Fund    10,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Nurses Education & Enforcement Fund    10,000
                  From Trust and Agency Funds    2,000
                  From Pass-through    75,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,087,200
                  Occupational & Professional Licensing    7,285,200
                  Securities    1,331,100
                  Consumer Protection    788,100
                  Corporations and Commercial Code    1,961,900
                  Real Estate    1,323,000
                  Public Utilities    3,148,400
                  Committee of Consumer Services    851,900
                  Building Operations and Maintenance    233,300
                      The Legislature intends that at the end of the fiscal year, unused funds
                  for the Committee on Consumer Services lapse to the Committee's
                  Professional and Technical Services Fund.
                  Item 84    To Department of Commerce - Real Estate Education
                  From Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund    188,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Real Estate Education    188,100
                  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
                  Financial Institutions
                  Item 87    To Financial Institutions - Financial Institutions Administration
                  From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions    4,455,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    4,340,700
                  Building Operations and Maintenance    114,800
                  Insurance Department
                  Item 88    To Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
                  From General Fund    4,177,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    12,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,589,500
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    264,100
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (319,500)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    4,416,000
                  Relative Value Study    69,000
                  Insurance Fraud Program    1,186,800
                  Cosmos Project    51,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds collected under
    31A-3-104 (UCA) not lapse.
                  Item 89    To Insurance Department - Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool
                  From General Fund    6,916,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool    6,916,200
                      The Legislature intends that $712,300 in General Fund be for one year
                  and then be shown as on-going General Fund in the Tax Commission -
                  Liquor Profit Distribution.
                  Item 90    To Insurance Department - Bail Bond Program
                  From General Fund Restricted - Bail Bond Surety Administration    22,100
                  From Lapsing Balance    (18,900)


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Bail Bond Program    3,200
                  Item 91    To Insurance Department - Title Insurance Program
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    76,400
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    58,300
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (63,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Title Insurance Program    71,700
                  Public Service Commission
                  Item 92    To Public Service Commission
                  From General Fund    1,515,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    4,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    121,600
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    63,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Public Service Commission    1,681,900
                  Building Operations and Maintenance    23,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds not lapse.
                  Item 93    To Public Service Commission - Research and Analysis
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    60,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Research and Analysis    60,000
                  Item 94    To Public Service Commission - Speech and Hearing Impaired
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,362,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    4,195,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (3,924,600)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Speech and Hearing Impaired    1,632,700
                  Item 95    To Public Service Commission - Universal Telecommunications
    Support Fund
                  From Universal Public Telecom Service Fund    6,459,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    8,693,500
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (8,351,800)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Universal Telecom Service Fund    6,801,000
                  Revenue - Commerce & Revenue
                  Item 96    To General Fund
                  From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    3,202,700


                  From Liquor Control Fund    327,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund    3,530,100
                  Economic Development & Human Resources
                  Career Services Review Board
                  Item 97    To Career Services Review Board - Career Service Review Board
                  From General Fund    162,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Career Services Review Board    162,700
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Career Service
                  Review Board be nonlapsing.
                  Department of Human Resources Management
                  Item 98    To Department of Human Resources Management
                  From General Fund    2,879,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    8,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    343,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    939,200
                  Classification and Employee Relations    460,200
                  Recruitment, Training and Development    524,900
                  Flex Benefits    40,000
                  Management Training    300,000
                  Information Technology    966,900
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Human Resource
                  Management be nonlapsing.
                  Department of Community & Economic Development
                  Item 99    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Administration
                  From General Fund    2,368,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    5,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    452,600


                  Information Technology    824,900
                  Administrative Services    1,096,500
                      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 2004 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    160,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance    186,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Incentive Funds    346,600
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      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    204,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Indian Affairs    205,200
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Indian Affairs be
                  nonlapsing.
                  Item 102    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Business and Economic
                      Development
                  From General Fund    7,392,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    584,700
                  From Federal Funds    400,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    90,100


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,080,500
                  Film Commission    654,900
                  International Development    1,088,600
                  Business Development    2,438,200
                  Centers of Excellence    2,000,000
                  Science and Technology    1,205,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that $200,000 in General Fund be
                  used to fund the Defense Alliance.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that $25,000 in General Fund
                  one-time be used to fund Winterfest.
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Business
                  Development be nonlapsing.
                  Item 103    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Travel Council
                  From General Fund    3,482,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    4,300
                  From Transportation Fund    118,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    254,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Travel Administration    1,425,800
                  Internal Development    1,567,000
                  External Development    867,100
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Travel Development
                  be nonlapsing.
                  Item 104    To Department of Community & Economic Development - State History
                  From General Fund    1,727,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    5,700
                  From Federal Funds    570,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    25,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    634,400
                  Libraries and Collections    449,600


                  Public History and Education    302,400
                  Office of Preservation    887,300
                  History Projects and Grants    54,900
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for State History be
                  nonlapsing.
                  Item 105    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Historical Society
                  From Federal Funds    225,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    287,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  State Historical Society    512,000
                      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 2004 General Session.
                  Item 106    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Fine Arts
                  From General Fund    2,467,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    17,400
                  From Federal Funds    496,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    151,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    659,200
                  Grants to Non-profits    1,082,800
                  Community Arts Outreach    1,391,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Humanities Council be funded
                  at FY 2003 levels from arts grants.
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Fine Arts be
                  nonlapsing.
                  Item 107    To Department of Community & Economic Development - State Library
                  From General Fund    3,992,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    9,700
                  From Federal Funds    1,438,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,761,400
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  Administration    1,437,500
                  Blind and Physically Handicapped    1,333,700
                  Library Development    3,190,400
                  Information Services    1,240,400
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State Library be
                  nonlapsing.
                  Item 108    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
    Community Development
                  From General Fund    4,002,100
                  From General Fund, One-time    2,004,100
                  From Federal Funds    34,981,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    923,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust    250,000
                  From Permanent Community Impact    770,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    30,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Weatherization Assistance    4,829,100
                  Community Development Administration    458,100
                  Museum Services    291,900
                  Community Assistance    14,026,700
                  Pioneer Communities    213,700
                  Housing Development    1,440,900
                  Community Services    3,018,600
                  Homeless Committee    2,457,000
                  Commission on Volunteers    2,734,400
                  Martin Luther King Commission    69,800
                  HEAT    12,260,100
                  Asian Affairs    128,500
                  Black Affairs    128,600
                  Hispanic Affairs    176,900
                  Pacific Islander Affairs    191,600
                  Emergency Food    150,400
                  Special Housing    385,000
                      The Legislature intends that the Permanent Community Impact Fund
                  Board (PCIFB) consider distributing one-time funding of $50,000 in FY


                  2004 to be distributed to the Five County Association of Governments to
                  assist Garfield and Kane Counties and other affected counties in meeting
                  legal expenses on lawsuits filed against the federal government regarding
                  grazing issues, in the Grand Staircase National Monument and other
                  affected public lands.
                      The Legislature intends that the Permanent Community Impact Fund
                  Board (PCIFB) consider distributing one-time funding of $385,000 in FY
                  2004 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, and other activities
                  provided by the Association of Governments to member organizations.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that $2,000,000 in General Fund
                  one-time be used for the Dugway Runway Extension.
                      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 2004 General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Community
                  Development be nonlapsing.
                  Item 109    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Zoos
                  From General Fund    1,398,700                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Zoos    1,398,700
                  Item 110    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
    Community Development Capital Budget
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    1,550,300
                  From Permanent Community Impact    16,244,600
                  From Repayments    12,000,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Permanent Community Impact Board    28,244,600
                  Special Service Districts    1,550,300
                  Revenue - Economic Development & Human Resources
                  Item 111    To General Fund
                  From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance    563,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund, One-time    563,600
                  Restricted Revenue - Economic Development & Human Resources
                  Item 112    To Permanent Community Impact Fund
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    14,959,900


                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus    2,053,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Permanent Community Impact Fund    17,013,600
                  Item 113    To Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund
                      From General Fund    1,761,400
                      From Federal Funds    2,690,000
                      Schedule of Programs:
                  Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund    4,451,400
                  Item 114    To General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund
                  From General Fund    200,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund    200,000
                  Health & Human Services
                  Department of Health
                  Item 115    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
                  From General Fund    5,388,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    14,700
                  From Federal Funds    6,384,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,543,400
                  From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Organ Transplant Account    100,000
                  From Organ Donation Contribution Fund    113,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    508,600
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (406,600)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    1,962,800
                  Program Operations    3,291,700
                  Medical Examiner    1,842,500
                  Bio Terrorism Grants    2,101,800
                  Center for Health Data    5,446,800
                      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.
                  Item 116    To Department of Health - Health Systems Improvement
                  From General Fund    4,007,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    10,500
                  From Federal Funds    4,809,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,860,000


                  From Revenue Transfers    151,700
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    702,100
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (399,100)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    786,200
                  Emergency Medical Services    5,576,500
                  Licensing    2,874,900
                  Program Certification and Resident Assessment    3,309,200
                  Primary Care Grants    594,800
                      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 civil money penalties collected
                  for child care and health care provider violations be considered
                  nonlapsing.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Primary Care Grants
                  Program be considered nonlapsing.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Primary Care Grants
                  Program not be expended for inter-departmental projects except for
                  Community Partnered Mobile Dental Services.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Primary Care Grants Program
                  consider granting up to $15,000 to elementary school clinics. These
                  clinics work in conjunction with the private sector to help improve the
                  health of children in rural and/or underserved areas of the State.
                  Item 117    To Department of Health - Workforce Financial Assistance
                  From General Fund    419,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    100
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    888,900
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (693,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Workforce Financial Assistance    615,300
                  Item 118    To Department of Health - Epidemiology and Laboratory Services
                  From General Fund    4,037,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    9,200
                  From Federal Funds    6,922,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,777,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    277,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    470,900


                  Environmental Testing and Toxicology    2,256,100
                  Laboratory Improvement    978,400
                  Microbiology    1,869,500
                  Communicable Disease Control    6,570,700
                  Epidemiology    1,878,600
                  Item 119    To Department of Health - Community and Family Health Services
                  From General Fund    8,391,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    9,900
From Federal Funds    58,436,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    14,646,400
                  From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    3,131,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    6,061,700
                  From Revenue Transfers    5,491,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    2,272,000
                  Health Promotion    18,464,400
                  Maternal and Child Health    52,816,100
                  Children with Special Health Care Needs    22,617,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for alcohol, tobacco, and
                  other drug prevention, reduction, cessation, and control programs be
                  considered nonlapsing.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that there be a sliding fee schedule
                  adopted by the Department for children's services in the Early Intervention
                  Program.
                  Item 120    To Department of Health - Health Care Financing
                  From General Fund    9,387,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    37,300
                  From Federal Funds    45,210,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,637,000
                  From Revenue Transfers    14,632,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    4,090,400
                  Financial Services    5,970,100
                  Managed Health Care    2,241,800
                  Medical Claims    3,099,600
                  Eligibility Services    14,304,200
                  Coverage and Reimbursement    3,098,800
                  Contracts    47,100,300


                  Item 121    To Department of Health - Medical Assistance
                  From General Fund    229,787,400
                  From Federal Funds    832,665,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    71,005,100
                  From Revenue Transfers    71,032,700
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    468,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (468,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Medicaid Base Program    1,014,682,100
                  Title XIX for Human Services    189,808,200
                      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.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health
                  continue to offer chiropractic coverage as part of the Medicaid benefit
                  package.
                      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 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 and the
                  Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office project the effects of cuts made to the
                  Department beginning in FY 2002. Particular notice shall be paid to the
                  human toll of loss of services by individuals and families, and to the
                  degree which cost-shifting to other, more expensive services occurs in the
                  health and human services sector. The Department of Health shall report
                  its findings to the Health and Human Services Appropriations
                  Subcommittee.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Department of Health
                  use any and all intergovernmental transfers from units of local government
                  to draw down federal match in order to generate additional Medicaid


                  funding for rural publicly-owned hospitals. The Legislature intends that
                  both the amount of the intergovernmental transfer and the federal match
                  monies it generates be returned to the rural publicly-owned hospital in the
                  local governmental unit from which the intergovernmental transfer was
                  received in order to maximize the funding available to such hospitals up to
                  the payment limits for disproportionate share hospitals and the Medicare
                  upper payment limits, which limits the Legislature intends the Department
                  of Health to calculate as soon as possible. It is further the intent of the
                  Legislature that if such intergovernmental transfers from units of local
                  government, together with the federal match monies they generate, when
                  used to pay rural publicly-owned hospitals cause the Medicaid program to
    exceed the disproportionate share limits or the Medicare upper payment
    limits, the other disproportionate share arrangements the Department
    currently has be adjusted up to $1,000,000 in federal funds to permit the
    maximum possible payments to rural publicly-owned hospitals.
    The Legislature intends the Department of Health to amend the Medicaid
    State Plan wherever necessary in order to implement these intergovernmental transfers, the federal match, and the increased payments to rural publicly-owned hospitals.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Health
                  continue to reimburse nursing care facilities based on the Resource
                  Utilization Group System (RUGS) which went into effect in FY 2003. It
                  is further the intent of the Legislature that the Department maintain a rule
                  which phases out over a three year period ending December 31, 2005, the
                  component of property payments which is based on varying individual
                  nursing facility property costs. It is further the intent of the Legislature to
                  extend the nursing care facility $5.00 hold harmless stop-loss provision to
                  June 30, 2004.
                  Item 122    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
                  From Federal Funds    22,472,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,675,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    5,503,200
                  From Revenue Transfers    105,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Children's Health Insurance Program    29,755,500
                  Item 123    To Department of Health - Local Health Departments
                  From General Fund    2,012,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Local Health Department Funding    2,012,600


                  Revenue - Health & Human Services
                  Item 124    To General Fund
                  From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    150,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund    150,000
                  Department of Human Services
                  Item 125    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
                  From General Fund    6,908,300
                  From General Fund, One-time    20,700
                  From Federal Funds    9,061,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,979,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    523,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    129,600                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director's Office    2,000,300
                  Legal Affairs    1,188,500
                  Information Technology    4,164,800
                  Administrative Support    3,267,200
                  Fiscal Operations    2,668,900
                  Human Resources    1,259,900
                  Local Discretionary    1,492,000
                  Special Projects    40,500
                  Services Review    1,154,000
                  Developmental Disabilities Council    731,900
                  Foster Care Citizens Review Boards    655,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Human
                  Services and the Legislative Fiscal Analyst's Office project the effects of
                  the cuts made to the Department beginning in FY 2002. Particular notice
                  shall be paid to the human toll of loss of services by individuals and
                  families, and to the degree which cost-shifting to other, more expensive
                  services occurs in the health and human services sector. The Department
                  of Human Services shall report its findings to the Health and Human
                  Service Appropriations Subcommittee.
                      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.
                  Item 126    To Department of Human Services - Drug Courts/Board


                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    1,647,200
                  From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    (197,200)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Drug Board    350,900
                  Drug Courts    1,099,100
                  Item 127    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
                  From General Fund    65,263,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    79,600
                  From Federal Funds    25,447,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,715,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Intoxicated Driver Rehabilitation    1,200,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    366,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    8,939,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    (246,000)
                  From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    59,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,296,700
                  Community Mental Health Services    4,898,400
                  Mental Health Centers    22,505,900
                  Residential Mental Health Services    2,819,800
                  State Hospital    40,835,300
                  State Substance Abuse Services    6,096,600
                  Local Substance Abuse Services    23,171,800
                  Drivers Under the Influence    1,200,000
                  Item 128    To Department of Human Services - Division of Services for
    People with Disabilities
                  From General Fund    42,181,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    (195,300)
                  From Federal Funds    2,000,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,418,700
                  From General Fund Restricted - Trust for People with Disabilities    435,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    97,687,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    1,151,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,489,600
                  Service Delivery    12,375,800
                  State Developmental Center    33,413,600
                  DD/MR Waiver Services    91,808,000


                  Brain Injury Waiver Services    1,570,100
                  Physical Disability Waiver Services    1,175,300
                  Non-waiver Services    1,847,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Services for
                  People with Disabilities has the flexibility to implement Fiscal Year 2004
                  budget reductions in programs as appropriate. It is further the intent of the
                  Legislature that the Division first seek to achieve savings through attrition,
                  second, through re-evaluation of service packages and reduction of service
                  levels within those packages where appropriate, and lastly, through
                  removing individuals from service entirely. The Division will report to the
                  Health and Human Services Joint Appropriations Sub-Committee during
                  the 2004 General Session on the actions taken.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Services for
                  People with Disabilities not spend more than 10 percent of this line item
                  providing services to individuals served by the division who are
                  non-Medicaid or non-waiver eligible.
                      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 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 129    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
                  From General Fund    11,039,500
                  From General Fund, One-time    27,700
                  From Federal Funds    26,603,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,860,100
                  From Revenue Transfers - Judicial Council    63,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    37,300                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,141,400
                  Financial Services    5,342,500


                  Electronic Technology    7,313,800
                  Child Support Services    20,905,100
                  Investigations and Collections    1,243,000
                  Children in Care Collections    1,692,700
                  Attorney General Contract    3,074,900
                  Medical Collections    1,918,000
                  Item 130    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
                  From General Fund    63,182,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    80,000
                  From Federal Funds    43,931,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,388,300
                  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    16,016,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    130,500                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    3,731,600
                  Service Delivery    60,500,400
                  In-Home Services    1,925,700
                  Out-of-Home Care    28,566,300
                  Facility Based Services    3,647,700
                  Minor Grants    4,185,200
                  Selected Programs    3,802,700
                  Special Needs    1,655,400
                  Domestic Violence Services    5,143,100
                  Children's Trust Fund    350,000
                  Adoption Assistance    10,738,600
                  Child Welfare Management Information System    2,482,500
                      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 2004. It is further the intent of the Legislature
                  that these funds be used for adoption assistance programs.
                  Item 131    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
                  From General Fund    11,516,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    9,000
                  From Federal Funds    8,768,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    46,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    200,800


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,311,900
                  Local Government Grants    14,190,000
                  Non-Formula Funds    2,032,800
                  Adult Protective Services    3,007,100
                  Department of Human Services Internal Service Funds
                  Item 132    To Department of Human Services - Internal Service Funds
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    4,046,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - DHS General Services    1,457,100
                  ISF - DHS Data Processing    2,589,500
                  Total FTE    33.0
                  Higher Education
                  University of Utah
                  Item 133    To University of Utah - Education and General
                  From General Fund    174,858,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    93,195,300
                  From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    502,100
                  From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    4,284,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    4,000,000
    Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    276,840,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      To the University of Utah Health Science Center for medical education
                  $2,499,300 at the University of Utah School of Medicine and $1,785,200
                  to the Huntsman Cancer Institute.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of Regents be
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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 134    To University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    697,600
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    34,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    732,100
                  Item 135    To University of Utah - School of Medicine
                  From General Fund    19,953,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,735,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  School of Medicine    30,688,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed
                  to faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
                      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.
                  Item 136    To University of Utah - University Hospital
From General Fund    4,337,200
                  From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    151,000
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  University Hospital    4,318,000
                  Miners' Hospital    170,200
                      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.
                  Item 137    To University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
                  From General Fund    555,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    132,100                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Regional Dental Education Program    687,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the students selected to participate
                  in the Utah Regional Dental Education Program (RDEP) must practice
                  dentistry in Utah upon completion of their dental education (including
                  advanced specialities). For each year they practice in Utah, up to a
                  maximum of four years, they will receive a tuition loan forgiveness
                  payment from the Regional Dental Education Program at the University of
                  Utah in the amount equal to that currently paid by the University of Utah
                  to Creighton University as an annual state support fee. If the student
                  chooses to practice in underserved areas of the State, the tuition loan
                  payment will be enhanced to provide full payment over three years. Any
                  amounts not distributed to the selected students will then be available to
                  assist additional students.
                  Item 138    To University of Utah - Public Service
                  From General Fund    1,111,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Seismograph Stations    394,600
                  Museum of Natural History    606,500
                  State Arboretum    109,900
                  Item 139    To University of Utah - Statewide TV Administration
                  From General Fund    2,357,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Public Broadcasting    2,357,700
                  Item 140    To University of Utah - Poison Control Center
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,348,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Poison Control Center    1,348,100


                      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 141    To Utah State University - Education and General
                  From General Fund    95,323,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    44,797,500
                  From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    100,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    140,221,300
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      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 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 a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 142    To Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    228,000                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    228,000
                  Item 143    To Utah State University - Uintah Basin Continuing Education Center
                  From General Fund    2,722,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,614,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Uintah Basin Continuing Ed    5,336,700
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 144    To Utah State University - Southeastern Utah Continuing Education Center
                  From General Fund    625,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    461,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    42,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
    Southeastern Utah Continuing Ed    1,128,500
                      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 funding


                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 145    To Utah State University - Brigham City Continuing Education Center
                  From General Fund    373,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,164,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Brigham City Continuing Education Center    1,537,800
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 146    To Utah State University - Tooele Continuing Education Center
                  From General Fund    1,031,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,825,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
    Tooele Continuing Education Center    3,856,800
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 147    To Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
                  From General Fund    1,497,200
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    752,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Water Research Laboratory    2,249,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed
                  to faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
                  Item 148    To Utah State University - Agricultural Experiment Station
                  From General Fund    11,341,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    120,000
                  From Federal Funds    1,813,800


                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    630,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Agriculture Experimentation Centers    13,905,600
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed
                  to faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
                  Item 149    To Utah State University - Cooperative Extension
                  From General Fund    11,068,300
                  From Federal Funds    2,088,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    150,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Cooperative Extension    13,306,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases be distributed
                  to faculty, professional and classified employees in an equitable manner.
                  Weber State University
                  Item 150    To Weber State University - Education and General
                  From General Fund    54,785,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    33,945,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    27,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    88,758,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
    all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
    the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
        It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 151    To Weber State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    323,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    323,200
                  Southern Utah University
                  Item 152    To Southern Utah University - Education and General
                  From General Fund    25,725,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    13,512,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    39,237,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction


                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 153    To Southern Utah University - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    90,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    90,900
                  Item 154    To Southern Utah University - Shakespeare Festival
                  From General Fund    12,500


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Shakespeare Festival    12,500
                  Item 155    To Southern Utah University - Rural Development
                  From General Fund    98,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Rural Development    98,100
                  Snow College
                  Item 156    To Snow College - Education and General
                  From General Fund    12,396,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,723,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    16,119,700
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 157    To Snow College - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    32,000                   Schedule of Programs:
Educationally Disadvantaged    32,000
                  Item 158    To Snow College - Snow College South
                  From General Fund    3,103,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    616,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Snow South Education and General    3,719,600
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that tuition revenue generated from
                  tuition rate increases shall remain with the institution after funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Dixie State College of Utah
                  Item 159    To Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
                  From General Fund    16,070,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    6,989,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    23,059,800
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent


                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 160    To Dixie State College of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    30,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    30,600
                  Item 161    To Dixie State College of Utah - Zion Park Amphitheater
                  From General Fund    56,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    32,100


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Zion Park Amphitheater    88,400
                  College of Eastern Utah
                  Item 162    To College of Eastern Utah - Education and General
                  From General Fund    10,185,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,171,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    12,356,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 163    To College of Eastern Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    116,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    116,900
                  Item 164    To College of Eastern Utah - Prehistoric Museum
                  From General Fund    179,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Prehistoric Museum    180,800
                  Item 165    To College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
                  From General Fund    1,716,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    562,000                   Schedule of Programs:
                  San Juan Center Academic    2,278,700
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 166    To College of Eastern Utah - Price Campus
                  From General Fund    134,900
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    145,600
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (145,600)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Distance Education    134,900
                  Item 167    To College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
                  From General Fund    134,900


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Distance Education    134,900
                  Utah Valley State College
                  Item 168    To Utah Valley State College - Education and General
                  From General Fund    40,217,200
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    43,706,300
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    83,923,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 169    To Utah Valley State College - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    131,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    131,400
                  Salt Lake Community College
                  Item 170    To Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
                  From General Fund    49,180,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    28,727,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Education and General    77,907,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, etc.) to the Office of
                  the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by October 1 of each fiscal year.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation
                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 171    To Salt Lake Community College - Educationally Disadvantaged
                  From General Fund    178,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Educationally Disadvantaged    178,400
                  Item 172    To Salt Lake Community College - Skill Center
                  From General Fund    3,883,900
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    893,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Skills Center    4,777,500
                      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 173    To State Board of Regents - Administration
                  From General Fund    3,249,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    90,800
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    2,954,900
                  Prison Recidivism    385,700


                      It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed of applied
                  technology education in the state with the Utah System of Higher
                  Education, Public Education, and the Utah College of Applied
                  Technology, by the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction
                  with the Governors Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent
                  of the Legislature that a written report be presented by October of 2003 to
                  the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also reported to the
                  appropriate Legislative Appropriation Subcommittees during the 2004
                  General Session.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete and submit
                  all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and S-12s, 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 funding
                  compensation. However, the allocation of tuition revenue for institutional
                  needs be determined by the President of each institution in consultation


                  with the studentbody representatives.
                  Item 174    To State Board of Regents - Engineering Initiative
                  From General Fund    500,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Engineering Initiative    500,000
                  Item 175    To State Board of Regents - Federal Programs
                  From Federal Funds    301,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Federal Programs    301,400
                  Item 176    To State Board of Regents - Student Aid
                  From General Fund    5,466,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Student Aid    3,315,200
                  Minority Scholarships    47,100
                  Tuition Assistance    47,100
                  New Century Scholarships    73,200
                  Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education    1,983,800
                  Item 177    To State Board of Regents - Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
                  From General Fund    1,020,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education    1,020,900
                  Item 178    To State Board of Regents - T.H. Bell Scholarship Program
                  From General Fund    619,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    175,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  T.H. Bell Scholarship Program    794,700
                  Item 179    To State Board of Regents - University Centers
                  From General Fund    255,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  University Centers    255,500
                  Item 180    To State Board of Regents - Higher Education Technology Initiative
                  From General Fund    2,445,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Higher Education Technology Initiative    2,445,600
                  Item 181    To State Board of Regents - Electronic College
                  From General Fund    513,800                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Electronic College    513,800


                  Item 182    To State Board of Regents - Utah Academic Library Consortium
                  From General Fund    2,883,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Utah Academic Library Consortium    2,883,500
                      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 183    To Utah Education Network
                  From General Fund    13,441,600
                  From General Fund, One-time    23,000
                  From Federal Funds    4,195,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,037,000
                  From Revenue Transfers    186,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,802,600
                  Public Information    375,400
                  KULC Broadcast    590,700
                  Technical Services    12,646,300
                  Instructional Services    2,727,200
                  Instructional Delivery    741,300
                  Item 184    To Utah Education Network - Satellite System
                  From General Fund    1,454,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  UEN Satellite System    1,454,000
                  Medical Education Program
                  Item 185    To Medical Education Program
                  From General Fund    6,600
                  From Federal Funds    200,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Medical Education Program    206,600
                  Natural Resources
                  Department of Natural Resources
                  Item 186    To Department of Natural Resources - Administration
                  From General Fund    3,359,500
                  From General Fund, One-time    10,400
                  From Federal Funds    1,963,400


                  From Oil Overcharge - Exxon    927,800
                  From Oil Overcharge - Stripper Well Fund    295,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    684,900
                  Administrative Services    1,416,200
                  Utah Energy Office    3,791,800
                  Public Affairs    368,200
                  Bear Lake Commission    28,700
                  Law Enforcement    118,400
                  Ombudsman    147,900
                      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 Department of Natural
                  Resources study brine shrimp royalty laws to determine if adjustments
                  could be made to enhance revenue collections in an effort to offset General
                  Fund reductions to the Species Protection program. This study shall be
                  presented to the Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee in
                  January 2004.
                  Item 187    To Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,450,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Species Protection    687,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Species Protection    3,137,200
                  Item 188    To Department of Natural Resources - Building Operations
                  From General Fund    1,660,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Building Operations    1,660,700
                      It is the intent of the Legislature to allow the Department of Natural
                  Resources the option of transferring any lapsing unrestricted balances from
                  appropriations in any other FY 2003 line item in the department to the FY
                  2004 Building Operations line item.
                  Item 189    To Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State Lands
                  From General Fund    2,871,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    (195,700)
                  From Federal Funds    3,512,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,754,100
                  From General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management    2,424,800

                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    315,500
                  Administrative Services    361,300
                  Fire Suppression    2,257,300
                  Planning and Technology    144,800
                  Technical Assistance    719,300
                  Program Delivery    1,231,500
                  Lone Peak Center    3,096,800
                  Program Delivery Cooperators    3,240,800
                  Item 190    To Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
                  From General Fund    1,257,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    3,600
                  From Federal Funds    3,866,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    217,700
                  From General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account    1,707,700
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    148,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    1,159,800
                  Board    24,300
                  Oil and Gas Conservation    1,680,800
                  Minerals Reclamation    474,700
                  Coal Reclamation    1,633,800
                  Abandoned Mine    2,079,400
                  OGM Misc. Nonlapsing    148,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Minerals
                  Reclamation Program be nonlapsing.
                  Item 191    To Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
                  From General Fund    2,641,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    (202,800)
                  From Federal Funds    8,198,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    59,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat    2,388,500
                  From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Heritage    10,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    23,638,400
                  From Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources    (189,700)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    1,640,700
                  Administrative Services    5,618,000


                  Conservation Outreach    1,847,900
                  Law Enforcement    6,554,000
                  Habitat Council    2,388,500
                  Habitat Section    3,347,100
                       Wildlife Section    6,522,500
                  Aquatic Section    8,624,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $250,000 be spent on the
                  Community Fisheries Program. These funds shall be nonlapsing.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $500,000 be spent on the
                  Olympic/Blue Ribbon Fisheries Program. These funds shall be
                  nonlapsing.
                      The prolonged drought in Utah has negatively impacted populations of
                  mule deer, with many units being well below management plan objectives.
                  On these units, it is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
                  Wildlife Resources consider refraining from issuing doe mitigation
                  permits in rangeland depredation situations, and consider, to the extent
                  possible, using other means to compensate landowners for damage to
                  cultivated crops caused by migrating deer.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that if House Bill 305 passes,
                  donations received through the bill's provisions shall be nonlapsing and
                  spent by the Division of Wildlife Resources as follows: 1) The division
                  shall fully and expeditiously compensate livestock owners, up to the
                  amount of funds available, for all wolf depredation damage realized during
                  the fiscal year. Up to $20,000 shall carry forward to the next fiscal year if
                  not spent during the current fiscal year for this purpose. 2) Donations in
                  excess of $20,000 and not otherwise expended or carried forward as
                  required above, shall be available for wolf management expenditures.
                      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 $189,700 General Funds to the Department of
                  Agriculture and Food. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
                  $89,700 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 use revenues generated by sportsmen exclusively for costs
                  associated with the management, enhancement, and administration of


                  game species and their habitats.
                      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 192    To Department of Natural Resources - Predator Control
                  From General Fund    76,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources    (76,700)
                  Item 193    To Department of Natural Resources - General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources
                  From General Fund    68,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    68,000
                  Item 194    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 195    To Department of Natural Resources - Cooperative Environmental Studies
                  From Federal Funds    3,112,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    510,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Cooperative Environmental Study    3,623,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the
                  Cooperative Environmental Studies program be nonlapsing.
                  Item 196    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
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  Fisheries    3,316,000
                      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 197    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
                  From General Fund    8,269,900
                  From General Fund, One-time    22,200
                  From Federal Funds    965,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    8,347,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Boating    3,203,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    2,107,300                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Director    399,400
                  Board    16,000
                  Park Operations    16,779,900
                  Comprehensive Planning    379,600
                  Administration    548,400
                  Design and Construction    429,000
                  Reservations    274,800
                  Law Enforcement    168,000
                  Fiscal and Accounting    792,000
                  Boating    998,800
                  OHV    1,061,700
                  Grants and Trails    270,700
                  Park Management Contracts    798,200
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Parks and
                  Recreation provide a management fee to the This is the Place Foundation
                  not to exceed $700,000.
                  Item 198    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation Capital Budget


                  From General Fund    295,900
                  From Federal Funds    2,400,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    175,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Boating    350,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    175,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Facilities Acquisition and Development    114,200
                  Riverway Enhancement Grants    6,700
                  Trail Grants    225,000
                  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 no portion of a golf course or
                  other improvements to be constructed at Soldier Hollow shall infringe
                  upon space 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 199    To Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
                  From General Fund    2,107,100
                  From General Fund, One-time    6,100
                  From Federal Funds    464,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    559,700
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    732,800
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    356,900
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (104,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    520,500
                  Technical Services    462,200
                  Applied Geology    465,200
                  Board    4,200
                  Geologic Mapping    615,700
                  Economic Geology    1,064,900
                  Environmental    447,000


                  Geologic Extension Service    543,400
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Geological Surveys
                  Mineral Lease funds be nonlapsing.
                  Item 200    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
                  From General Fund    2,408,700
                  From General Fund, One-time    6,400
                  From Federal Funds    10,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    24,000
                  From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    1,902,400
                  From Water Resources Construction Fund    150,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    25,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (10,900)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    387,300
                  Board    33,200
                  Interstate Streams    258,400
                  Planning    1,725,700
                  Cloudseeding    150,000
                  City Loans Administration    112,200
                  Construction    1,626,600
                  Water Conservation/Education    211,700
                  West Desert Ops    10,500
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Water
                  Conservation/Education Program be nonlapsing.
                  Item 201    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources Revolving Construction Fund
                  From General Fund    539,100
                  From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    3,800,000                   Schedule of Programs:
                  Construction Fund    4,339,100
                  Item 202    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
    Conservation and Development Fund
                  From General Fund    1,043,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Conservation and Development Fund    1,043,200
                  Item 203    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
                  From General Fund    5,784,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    17,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    325,000


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    643,000
                  Appropriation    795,400
                  Dam Safety    595,600
                  Adjudication    698,100
                  Cooperative Studies    351,100
                  Technical Services    494,700
                  Advertising    150,000
                  Area Offices    2,399,100
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the state engineer, in publishing
                  public notices of water application, consider including the water right
                  number, the name of the applicant(s), and general description of the
                  location, source of supply, quantity of water, uses, and period of use.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that prior-year federal funds in the
                  Dam Safety program be nonlapsing.
                  Department of Natural Resources Internal Service Funds
                  Item 204    To Department of Natural Resources - Internal Service Fund
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    5,385,700
                  From Sale of Fixed Assets    17,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - DNR Warehouse    685,000
                  ISF - DNR Motorpool    4,015,800
                  ISF - DNR Data Processing    702,000
                  Total FTE    10.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    100,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that, if funding is available, the Utah
                  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.
                  Department of Agriculture and Food
                  Item 205    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Administration
                  From General Fund    7,836,000
                  From General Fund, One-time    310,700
                  From Federal Funds    2,122,400
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,568,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Horse Racing    50,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Livestock Brand    751,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention    66,400


                  Schedule of Programs:
                  General Administration    1,245,000
                  Meat Inspection    1,643,600
                  Chemistry Laboratory    689,600
                  Animal Health    998,500
                  Agriculture Inspection    1,698,900
                  Regulatory Services    2,337,100
                  Public Affairs    77,700
                  Sheep Promotion    50,000
                  Auction Market Veterinarians    72,000
                  Brand Inspection    1,162,500
                  Utah Horse Commission    50,000
                  Environmental Quality    1,494,300
                  Grain Inspection    433,700
                  Insect Inspection    446,500
                  Marketing and Development    306,000
                      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.
                      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 206    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Building Operations
                  From General Fund    264,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Building Operations    264,000
                  Item 207    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Utah State Fair Corporation
                  From General Fund    443,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,936,900
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    661,500
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (303,900)
                  Schedule of Programs:


                  Utah State Fair Corporation    4,737,800
                  Item 208    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Predatory Animal Control
                  From General Fund    599,400
                  From General Fund, One-time    1,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Agriculture and Wildlife Damage Prevention    473,800
                  From Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources    266,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Predatory Animal Control    1,340,900
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to the Predatory
                  Animal Control program be nonlapsing.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife
                  Resources transfer $189,700 General Funds to the Department of
                  Agriculture and Food. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
                  $89,700 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.
                  Item 209    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Resource Conservation
                  From General Fund    944,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    300
                  From Agriculture Resource Development Fund    333,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    3,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Resource Conservation Administration    128,700
                  Soil Conservation Commission    8,800
                  Resource Conservation    1,144,000
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that collections from soil conservation
                  license plates 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 Governor's 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 210    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
                  Department of Agriculture and Food Internal Service Funds
                  Item 211    To Department of Agriculture and Food - Internal Service Fund
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    280,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - Agri Data Processing    280,000
                  Total FTE    3.0
                  Authorized Capital Outlay    22,000
                  School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration
                  Item 212    To School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration - School & Institutional Trust
                      Lands Administration
                  From Land Grant Management Fund    10,342,100
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Board    205,200
                  Director    768,700
                  Public Relations    191,100
                  Administration    709,600
                  Accounting    271,300
                  Royalty    181,200
                  Minerals    1,124,300
                  Surface    1,238,800
                  Development - Operating    1,130,400
                  Legal/Contracts    408,200
                  Data Processing    703,500
                  Forestry and Grazing    409,800
                  Development - Capital    3,000,000
                  Public Education
                  State Board of Education
                  Item 213    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education
                  From Uniform School Fund    20,976,300
                  From Uniform School Fund, One-time    30,600
                  From Federal Funds    143,431,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    6,734,100
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    954,400
                  From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention    475,000


                  From Uniform School Fund Restricted - Professional Practices    85,800
                  From Revenue Transfers - State Office of Education    (574,100)
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    4,374,700
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (4,374,700)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Board of Education    1,211,800
                  Instructional Services    149,918,300
                  Data and Business Services    10,158,600
                  Law, Legislation and Education Services    10,824,400
                  Item 214    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
                  From General Fund    254,900
                  From Uniform School Fund    18,098,200
                  From Uniform School Fund, One-time    37,900
                  From Federal Funds    30,065,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    672,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Executive Director    1,658,400
                  Blind and Visually Impaired    5,289,200
                  Rehabilitation Administration    32,972,500
                  Disability Determination    7,564,100
                  Deaf and Hard of Hearing    1,643,900
                  Item 215    To State Board of Education - School for the Deaf and Blind
                  From Uniform School Fund    18,406,100
                  From Uniform School Fund, One-time    50,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,706,700
                  From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    3,300
                  From Revenue Transfers - Health    512,900
                  From Revenue Transfers - Interagency    24,300
                  From Revenue Transfers - State Office of Education    574,100
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    1,028,700
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (1,124,400)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Instruction    13,025,700
                  Support Services    9,156,700
                  Item 216    To State Board of Education - Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind - Institutional Council
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    403,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Institutional Council    403,000


                  Item 217    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Child Nutrition
                  From Uniform School Fund    139,800
                  From Uniform School Fund, One-time    300
                  From Federal Funds    86,434,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    16,062,600
                  From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    (886,500)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Child Nutrition    101,751,000
                  Item 218    To State Board of Education - Fine Arts and Sciences
                  From Uniform School Fund    2,979,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Request for Proposal Program    80,000
                  Clark Planetarium    440,200
                  Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company    83,700
                  Repertory Dance Company    85,200
                  Children's Dance Theater    98,400
                  Utah Opera Company    203,900
                  Ballet West    389,800
                  Utah Symphony    800,500
                  Springville Arts Museum    122,600
                  Children's Museum of Utah    44,900
                  Utah Museum of Natural History    264,000
                  Utah Festival Opera    163,000
                  Utah Shakespearean Festival    202,800
                  Item 219    To State Board of Education - State Office of Education - Educational Contracts
                  From Uniform School Fund    3,854,800
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    5,200
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (5,200)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Youth Center    1,153,200
                  Corrections Institutions    2,701,600
                  State Board of Education Internal Service Funds
                  Item 220    To State Board of Education - Internal Service Fund
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    1,039,300
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    140,500
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (140,500)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - State Board ISF    1,039,300


                  Total FTE    8.3
                  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 221    To State Board of Education - Indirect Cost Pool
                  From Dedicated Credits - Intergovernmental Revenue    3,312,600
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (27,600)
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    179,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  ISF - USOE Indirect Cost Pool    3,464,500
                  Total FTE    50.0
                  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    
                  Utah National Guard
                  Item 222    To Utah National Guard - Utah National Guard
                  From General Fund    3,893,200
                  From General Fund, One-time    8,000
                  From Federal Funds    19,677,700
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,897,900
                  From Revenue Transfers    202,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    508,400
                  Armory Maintenance    21,387,500
                  Veterans' Affairs    181,600
                  Veterans' Cemetery    248,400
                  Veterans Nursing Home    3,353,600
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for tuition
                  assistance 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 to the
                  Veterans' Nursing Home be nonlapsing.
                  Department of Environmental Quality
                  Item 223    To Department of Environmental Quality


                  From General Fund    9,203,800
                  From General Fund, One-time    35,000
                  From Federal Funds    15,059,300
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    6,680,800
                  From General Fund Restricted - Environmental Quality    5,025,200
                  From General Fund Restricted - Underground Wastewater System    76,000
                  From General Fund Restricted - Used Oil Collection Administration    695,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Voluntary Cleanup    612,600
                  From General Fund Restricted - Water Development Security - Drinking Water    54,300
                  From General Fund Restricted - Water Development Security - Water Quality    786,600
                  From Expendable Trust - Petroleum Storage Tank    1,136,900
                  From Expendable Trust - Waste Tire Recycling    102,100
                  From Petroleum Storage Tank Account    50,200
                  From Petroleum Storage Tank Loan    142,800
                  From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    200,500
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    996,500
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (68,900)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Director's Office    4,224,300
                  Air Quality    7,999,600
                  Environmental Response/Remediation    6,594,200
                  Radiation Control    2,623,500
                  Water Quality    9,333,600
                  Drinking Water    3,575,100
                  Solid and Hazardous Waste    6,438,700
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the funding currently earmarked
                  within the Hazardous Substance Mitigation Fund for Sharon Steel,
                  Midvale Slag State Match be authorized for use by the Department of
                  Environmental Quality or match for other sites required to have state
                  match under the Federal Comprehensive Environmental Response,
                  Compensation, and Liability Act (Superfund) and in accordance with the
                  provisions of Section 19-6-307(c) Utah Code Annotated.
                      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 2004 to reduce emission fees.
                      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.
                  Item 224    To Department of Environmental Quality - Water Security
    Development Account - Water Pollution
                  From Federal Funds    6,000,000
                  From Designated Sales Tax    3,587,500
                  From Repayments    9,051,900
                  Schedule of Programs:

                  Water Pollution    18,639,400
                  Item 225    To Department of Environmental Quality - Water Security
    Development Account - Drinking Water
                  From Federal Funds    9,000,000
                  From Designated Sales Tax    3,587,500
                  From Repayments    1,214,500
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Drinking Water    13,802,000
                  Department of Transportation
                  Item 226    To Department of Transportation - Support Services
                  From Transportation Fund    24,534,300
                  From Federal Funds    526,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administrative Services    2,266,000
                  Loss Management    2,861,100
                  Building and Grounds    886,900
                  Human Resources Management    1,065,600
                  Procurement    896,800
                  Comptroller    2,624,100
                  Data Processing    7,868,100
                  Internal Auditor    623,700
                  Community Relations    511,600
                  Ports of Entry    5,457,100
                  Item 227    To Department of Transportation - Engineering Services
                  From General Fund    150,100
                  From Transportation Fund    15,636,600
                  From Transportation Fund, One-time    243,000
                  From Federal Funds    7,802,500
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    683,900
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Safety Operations    2,055,100


                  Traffic Safety    1,981,500
                  Program Development    6,597,200
                  Preconstruction Administration    3,454,200
                  Structures    2,038,800
                  Materials Lab    3,292,700
                  Engineering Services    2,187,200
                  Right-of-Way    1,905,000
                  Research    1,004,400
                      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 Appropriations Subcommittee for Transportation, Environmental
                  Quality, and National Guard prior to the General 2004 Legislative Session,
                  indicating the efficiencies and cost reductions that have been achieved and
                  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
                  Appropriations Subcommittee for Transportation, Environmental Quality,
                  and National Guard and any transfer of funding will be facilitated through
                  a supplemental appropriations request in the 2004 Session.
                  Item 228    To Department of Transportation - Maintenance Management
                  From Transportation Fund    82,417,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    450,000
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Maintenance Administration    4,016,300
                  District 1    13,003,200
                  District 2    20,931,700
                  District 3    12,279,900
                  Richfield    8,773,000
                  Price    9,894,000


                  Cedar City    9,613,900
                  Seasonal Pools    701,300
                  Lands & Buildings    3,653,700
                      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.
                      It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of Transportation
                  report expenditures for environmental issues and land purchases to the
                  Subcommittee for Transportation, Environmental Quality, and National
                  Guard during the 2004 General Session.
                  Item 229    To Department of Transportation - Construction Management
                  From Transportation Fund    75,167,700
                  From Transportation Fund, One-time    800,000
                  From Federal Funds    129,020,600
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,550,000
                  From Designated Sales Tax    1,124,600
                  From Revenue Transfers - Transportation    (1,136,000)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Construction Management    2,639,300
                  Field Crews    16,502,100
                  Federal Construction - New    59,650,900
                  Rehabilitation/Preservation    123,601,500
                  State Construction - New    3,729,100
                  Civil Rights    404,000
                      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 230    To Department of Transportation - Region Management
                  From Transportation Fund    18,651,800
                  From Federal Funds    3,159,100
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,077,700
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Region 1    4,259,000
                  Region 2    8,624,700
                  Region 3    3,881,500
                  Region 4    4,387,200
                  Richfield    556,500
                  Price    520,100
                  Cedar City    659,600
                  Item 231    To Department of Transportation - Equipment Management
                  From Transportation Fund    4,676,800
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    13,102,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Equipment Purchases    7,490,200
                  Shops    9,171,800
                  Maintenance Planning    1,117,400
                  Item 232    To Department of Transportation - Aeronautics
                  From Federal Funds    20,000,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    303,200
                  From Transportation Fund Restricted - Aeronautics Fund    10,767,600
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Administration    446,100
                  Airport Construction    23,536,100
                  Civil Air Patrol    75,000
                  Aid to Local Airports    6,240,000
                  Airplane Operations    773,600
                  Item 233    To Department of Transportation - B and C Roads
                  From Transportation Fund    97,712,500
                  From Designated Sales Tax    17,618,400
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  B & C Roads    115,330,900
                  Item 234    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.
                  Item 235    To Department of Transportation - Mineral Lease
                  From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    16,329,200
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Mineral Lease Payments    13,900,000
                  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.
                  Item 236    To Department of Transportation - Centennial Highway Program
                  From General Fund    59,594,700
                  From Transportation Fund    65,600,000
                  From Centennial Highway Fund    19,807,000
                  From Federal Funds    40,500,000
                  From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,322,000
                  From Dedicated Credits - Transportation Bonds    108,000,000
                  From Debt Service    (97,724,900)


                  From Designated Sales Tax    5,705,000
                  From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    6,000,000
                  From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    91,775,000
                  From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (6,322,800)
                  Schedule of Programs:
                  Centennial Highway Program    294,256,000
                      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, 2003 and ending June 30, 2004.
                  Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
                  Utah Department of Corrections Internal Service Funds
                  Data Processing - Internal Service Fund
                  ISF - DOC Data Processing
                  Data Processing Service Fee (per device, per month)    110.00
                  Department of Public Safety
                  Programs & Operations
                  Highway Patrol - Administration
                  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
                  Fire Marshall - Fire Operations
                  Liquid Petroleum Gas
                  Class I License    450.00
                  Class II License    450.00
                  Class III License    105.00
                  Class IV License    150.00
                  Branch Office License    338.00
                  Duplicate License    30.00
                  License Examination    20.00
                  License Re-examination    20.00
                  Five Year License Examination    20.00
                  Certificate    30.00


                  Dispenser Operator B    10.00
                                    More than 5000 gallons    90.00
                  5000 water gallons or less    45.00
                  Special inspections (per hour)    30.00
                  Re-inspection (3rd Inspection or more)    250.00
                  Private Container Inspection    150.00
                  Portable Fire Extinguisher and Automatic Fire Suppression Systems
                  License    300.00
                  Branch Office License    150.00
                  Certificate of Registration    30.00
                  Duplicate Certificate of Registration    30.00
                  License Transfer    50.00
                  Application for exemption    300.00
                  Examination    20.00
                  Re-examination    15.00
                  Five year examination    20.00
                  Fireworks Display and Special Effects Operator    10.00
                  Auto Fire Suppression Systems Combination    150.00
                  CITS State Bureau of Investigation
                  Fingerprints and Photos    10.00
                  Firearms Instructor Renewal    25.00
                  Driver License
                      In accordance with Sections 53-3-105, 53-3-808 and 53-3-905 the following
fees are approved for the services of the Driver License Division for FY 2004.
                  Driver License Administration
                  Commercial Driver School
                  Original license    80.00
                  Annual Renewal License    50.00
                  Duplicate License    5.00
                  Instructor License    15.00
                  Annual Instructor Renewal License    10.00
                  Duplicate Instructor    3.00
                  Branch Office Original License    20.00
                  Branch Office Annual Renewal License    20.00
                  Branch Office Reinstatement Fee    25.00
                  Instructor School Reinstatement Fee    25.00
                  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
                  Executive Director
                  GRAMA Fees:
                  Photocopy made by state employee for public, per page    .25
                  Certified copy of a document, per certification    2.00
                  Electronic documents/diskette or CD    .60
                  Fax request (long distance w/in US)/fax number    1.50
                  Fax request (long distance outside US)/fax number    3.00
                  Mail request (address w/in US)/address    1.50
                  Mail request (address outside US)/address    3.00
                  Research or services fee/hour    24.00
                  Extended research or srvs fee/hour    36.00
                  Photocopy made by requestor, per page    .10
                  Microform copy, Fiche    .50
                  Microform copy, 35mm film prints (silver)    25.00
                  Microform copy, 16mm film prints (silver)    20.00
                  Microform copy, 16mm film prints (thin)    10.00
                  Microform copy, 35mm film prints (diazo)    10.00
                  Microform copy, 16mm film prints (diazo)    9.00
                  Paper copies from microform, made by staff    .50
                  Paper Copies from microform, made by requestor    .25
                  Electronic Documents/DVD    4.00
                  Electronic Documents/CD    2.00