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             1           Appropriations Act
             2          2004 GENERAL SESSION
             3          STATE OF UTAH
             4          Sponsor: Leonard M. Blackham
             5      .......................................................... ...........
             6      LONG TITLE
             7      General Description:

             8          This bill appropriates funds for the support and operation of state government for the fiscal
             9      year beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.
             10      Highlighted Provisions:
             11          This bill:
             12          .    provides base budgets for the use and support of certain state agencies;
             13          .    provides base budgets for other purposes as described;
             14          .    provides intent language;
             15          .    approves internal service fund employment levels and capital acquisition amounts;
             16          .    authorizes rates and fees.
             17      Monies Appropriated in this Bill:
             18          This bill appropriates for fiscal year 2005:
             19          .    $1,782,679,600 from the General Fund;
             20          .    $101,430,700 from the Uniform School Fund;
             21          .    $112,000,000 from income tax revenue;
             22          .    $4,032,185,500 from various sources as detailed herein.
             23      Other Special Clauses:
             24          This bill takes effect July 1, 2004.
             25      Utah Code Sections Affected:
             26          None
             27      .......................................................... ...........
             28      Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
             29          Section 1. Under the terms and conditions of Section 63-38-3, the following sums of money
             30      are appropriated from the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the
             31      government of the State of Utah for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2004 and ending June 30, 2005.
             32      Legislature



             33      Item 1    To Legislature - Senate
             34      From General Fund    1,682,550
             35      From General Fund, One-time    3,100
             36      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    925,300
             37      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (925,300)
                  38      Schedule of Programs:
             39      Administration    1,623,050
             40      Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    35,300
             41      Dues to Council of State Governments    27,300
             42      Item 2    To Legislature - House of Representatives
             43      From General Fund    3,077,250
             44      From General Fund, One-time    3,100
             45      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    86,000
             46      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (86,000)
                  47      Schedule of Programs:
             48      Administration    2,955,350
             49      Dues to National Conference of State Legislatures    70,500
             50      Dues to Council of State Governments    54,500
             51      Item 3    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Auditor General
             52      From General Fund    2,018,100
             53      From General Fund, One-time    10,800
             54      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    170,400
             55      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (66,300)
                  56      Schedule of Programs:
             57      Administration    2,133,000
             58      Item 4    To Legislature - Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             59      From General Fund    1,989,000
             60      From General Fund, One-time    10,300
             61      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    768,500
             62      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (744,500)
                  63      Schedule of Programs:
             64      Administration and Research    2,023,300
             65      Item 5    To Legislature - Legislative Printing
             66      From General Fund    488,000
             67      From General Fund, One-time    2,600
             68      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    320,500
             69      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    378,200
             70      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (378,200)

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                  71      Schedule of Programs:
             72      Administration    811,100
             73      Item 6    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             74      Counsel
             75      From General Fund    4,996,800
             76      From General Fund, One-time    26,300
             77      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    344,600
             78      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (171,000)
                  79      Schedule of Programs:
             80      Administration    5,196,700
             81      Item 7    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             82      Counsel - Tax Review Commission
             83      From General Fund    50,000
             84      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,800
             85      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (2,800)
                  86      Schedule of Programs:
             87      Tax Review Commission    50,000
             88      Item 8    To Legislature - Office of Legislative Research and General
             89      Counsel - Constitutional Revision Commission
             90      From General Fund    55,000
             91      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    9,200
             92      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (9,200)
                  93      Schedule of Programs:
             94      Constitutional Revision Commission    55,000
             95      Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
             96      Governor's Office
             97      Item 9    To Governor's Office
             98      From General Fund    2,563,200
             99      From General Fund, One-time    98,300
             100      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    257,400
                  101      Schedule of Programs:
             102      Administration    2,312,900
             103      Governor's Residence    209,000
             104      Washington Office    231,000
             105      Task Forces    103,900
             106      Constitutional Defense Council    40,800
             107      Commission for Women and Families    21,300
             108          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the

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             109      Governor's Office shall not lapse.
             110      Item 10    To Governor's Office - Elections
             111      From General Fund    644,600
             112      From General Fund, One-time    283,600
             113      From Federal Funds    100,000
             114      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,000
             115      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    152,000
                  116      Schedule of Programs:
             117      Elections Administration    1,183,200
             118          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             119      Elections shall not lapse.
             120      Item 11    To Governor's Office - Emergency Fund
             121      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    102,000
             122      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (102,000)
             123          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             124      Governor's Emergency Fund shall not lapse.
             125      Item 12    To Governor's Office - RS-2477 Rights of Way
             126      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
             127      From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    1,884,200
                  128      Schedule of Programs:
             129      RS-2477 Rights of Way    1,884,300
             130          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             131      RS-2477 Rights of Way line item shall not lapse.
             132          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds expended from
             133      the R.S. 2477 Fund be used for litigation or negotiations
             134      designed to quiet title to existing rights of way established
             135      before 1976 under RS 2477 guidelines. It is further the intent
             136      of the Legislature that the Governor or his designee shall
             137      present a report to the Legislature prior to the 2005 General
             138      Session detailing activities funded within this line item,
             139      including information on cooperation and coordination with
             140      counties and the Utah Attorney General's office..
             141      Item 13    To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget
             142      From General Fund    2,758,800
             143      From General Fund, One-time    19,800
             144      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    67,400
             145      From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    53,000
             146      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    116,000

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                  147      Schedule of Programs:
             148      Administration    791,600
             149      Planning and Budget Analysis    908,700
             150      Demographic and Economic Analysis    451,300
             151      Information Technology    476,100
             152      State and Local Planning    387,300
             153          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             154      Governor's Office of Planning and Budget shall not lapse.
             155      Item 14    To Governor's Office - Governor's Office of Planning and Budget -
             156      Chief Information Officer
             157      From General Fund    553,500
             158      From General Fund, One-time    2,600
                  159      Schedule of Programs:
             160      Chief Information Officer    556,100
             161          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the Chief
             162      Information Officer shall not lapse.
             163      Item 15    To Governor's Office - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile
             164      Justice
             165      From Federal Funds    14,087,300
             166      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    65,000
             167      From Crime Victims Reparation Trust    2,461,300
                  168      Schedule of Programs:
             169      CCJJ Commission    10,665,000
             170      Crime Victim Reparations    5,092,500
             171      Extraditions    249,800
             172      Substance Abuse and Anti-violence    208,500
             173      Sentencing Commission    187,800
             174      Crime Prevention Grant    210,000
             175          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             176      Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice shall not lapse.
             177      State Auditor
             178      Item 16    To State Auditor
             179      From General Fund    2,795,800
             180      From General Fund, One-time    23,300
             181      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    772,000
                  182      Schedule of Programs:
             183      Administration    283,800
             184      Auditing    2,925,100

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             185      State and Local Government    382,200
             186          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the State
             187      Auditor shall not lapse.
             188      State Treasurer
             189      Item 17    To State Treasurer
             190      From General Fund    849,600
             191      From General Fund, One-time    5,400
             192      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    191,700
             193      From Unclaimed Property Trust    1,211,800
                  194      Schedule of Programs:
             195      Treasury and Investment    888,500
             196      Unclaimed Property    1,211,800
             197      Money Management Council    88,300
             198      Financial Assistance    69,900
             199          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the State
             200      Treasurer shall not lapse.
             201      Attorney General
             202      Item 18    To Attorney General
             203      From General Fund    16,170,100
             204      From General Fund, One-time    122,000
             205      From Federal Funds    1,106,000
             206      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    12,819,500
             207      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    456,900
             208      From General Fund Restricted - Constitutional Defense    123,600
             209      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    100,000
             210      From Attorney General Litigation Fund    256,100
             211      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    77,000
             212      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    55,000
             213      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    700,000
                  214      Schedule of Programs:
             215      Administration    2,838,000
             216      Anti-Trust Prosecution    256,100
             217      Child Protection    4,745,400
             218      Children's Justice    774,800
             219      Public Advocacy    8,639,100
             220      Public Lands    123,600
             221      State Counsel    14,464,200
             222      Water Rights Adjudication    145,000

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             223          It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $120,000
             224      provided from the General Fund Restricted - Constitutional
             225      Defense account be used to pay for legal services regarding
             226      public lands issues involving the state, other than those related
             227      to existing rights of way established before 1976 under
             228      RS-2477 guidelines.
             229          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Attorney General
             230      use up to $400,000 for market comparability adjustments
             231      (MCAs) to increase salaries of attorneys. It is further the intent
             232      of the Legislature that the Attorney General report to the
             233      Executive Appropriation Committee a plan to allocate these
             234      MCAs, and the impact that said allocations will have on state
             235      agencies.
             236          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of the
             237      Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall examine whether cost of
             238      computer assisted legal research can be reduced.
             239          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             240      Attorney General shall not lapse.
             241      Item 19    To Attorney General - Contract Attorneys
             242      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    300,000
                  243      Schedule of Programs:
             244      Contract Attorneys    300,000
             245          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Contract
             246      Attorneys shall not lapse.
             247      Item 20    To Attorney General - Children's Justice Centers
             248      From General Fund    2,056,600
             249      From General Fund, One-time    800
             250      From Federal Funds    122,300
                  251      Schedule of Programs:
             252      Children's Justice Centers    2,179,700
             253          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             254      Children's Justice Centers shall not lapse.
             255      Item 21    To Attorney General - Prosecution Council
             256      From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    511,000
                  257      Schedule of Programs:
             258      Prosecution Council    511,000
             259          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Prosecution
             260      Council shall not lapse.

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             261      Item 22    To Attorney General - Domestic Violence
             262      From General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence    78,600
                  263      Schedule of Programs:
             264      Domestic Violence    78,600
             265          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Domestic
             266      Violence shall not lapse.
             267      Utah Department of Corrections
             268      Item 23    To Utah Department of Corrections - Programs and Operations
             269      From General Fund    154,976,000
             270      From General Fund, One-time    1,105,500
             271      From Federal Funds    696,300
             272      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,035,800
             273      From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    515,000
             274      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    81,700
             275      From Crime Victims Reparation Trust    750,000
             276      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    502,800
             277      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    4,486,900
             278      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (4,486,900)
                  279      Schedule of Programs:
             280      Medical Services    16,718,900
             281      Department Executive Director    3,749,700
             282      Department Administrative Services    8,073,200
             283      Department Training    1,185,400
             284      Adult Probation and Parole Administration    1,126,700
             285      Adult Probation and Parole Programs    39,260,800
             286      Institutional Operations Administration    3,578,500
             287      Institutional Operations Draper Facility    53,510,800
             288      Institutional Operations Central Utah/Gunnison    22,842,100
             289      Institutional Operations Inmate Placement    1,676,900
             290      Institutional Operations Programming    6,747,700
             291      Institutional Operations Support Services    3,192,400
             292          The Legislature intends that the Utah Department of
             293      Corrections pursue the following performance goals in Fiscal
             294      Year 2005: Housing Utilization: 95% of Maximum Capacity
             295      Parolee Rate of Return: 25% New Prison Admission of
             296      Parolees Probationer Rate of Return: 3.5% New Prison
             297      Admission of Probationers
             298          It is the intent of the Legislature that the following line

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             299      items in the Department of Corrections be consolidated for
             300      Fiscal Year 2005: Programs and Operations; Medical
             301      Services; and Utah Correctional Industries. The remainder of
             302      the Department's line items of appropriation will each remain
             303      separate line items. These are: Jail Contracting; Jail
             304      Reimbursement; and DP Internal Service Fund.
             305          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Corrections
             306      Programs and Operations shall not lapse.
             307      Item 24    To Utah Department of Corrections - Utah Correctional Industries
             308      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    14,469,400
                  309      Schedule of Programs:
             310      Utah Correctional Industries    14,469,400
             311      Item 25    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Contracting
             312      From General Fund    18,086,200
             313      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    160,000
             314      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (160,000)
                  315      Schedule of Programs:
             316      Jail Contracting    18,086,200
             317          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Jail
             318      Contracting shall not lapse.
             319      Item 26    To Utah Department of Corrections - Jail Reimbursement
             320      From General Fund    9,081,000
                  321      Schedule of Programs:
             322      Jail Reimbursement    9,081,000
             323          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Jail
             324      Reimbursement shall not lapse.
             325          The Legislature intends that the Department of Corrections
             326      shall adjust its rule on Jail Reimbursement so that it more
             327      closely conforms with Utah Code Annotated Title 64 Chapter
             328      13c. Specifically, the Legislature intends that the Department
             329      shall reimburse core inmate incarceration costs from the Jail
             330      Reimbursement line item at the rate of 70%. The Legislature
             331      intends that the Department reimburse costs related to
             332      transportation and/or medical care of probationers sentenced to
             333      county jail from the Jail Reimbursement line item as remaining
             334      funding allows and up to the rate of 70%.
             335      Utah Department of Corrections Internal Service Funds
             336      Item 27    To Utah Department of Corrections - Data Processing - Internal

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             337      Service Fund
             338      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    1,700,700
                  339      Schedule of Programs:
             340      ISF - DOC Data Processing    1,700,700
             341      Total FTE    7.0
             342      Authorized Capital Outlay    315,500
             343      Board of Pardons and Parole
             344      Item 28    To Board of Pardons and Parole
             345      From General Fund    2,632,500
             346      From General Fund, One-time    17,000
             347      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,200
             348      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    77,400
             349      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    144,800
                  350      Schedule of Programs:
             351      Board Of Pardons and Parole    2,873,900
             352          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the Board
             353      of Pardons and Parole shall not lapse.
             354      Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice Services
             355      Item 29    To Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice
             356      Services - Programs and Operations
             357      From General Fund    69,993,000
             358      From General Fund, One-time    472,000
             359      From Federal Funds    2,206,800
             360      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,810,700
             361      From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    91,000
             362      From General Fund Restricted - Youth Corrections Victim Restitution Account    1,069,300
             363      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    1,295,400
             364      From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    12,359,200
             365      From Revenue Transfers - Other Funds    1,129,100
             366      From Other Financing Sources    1,100
                  367      Schedule of Programs:
             368      Administration    3,478,700
             369      Early Intervention    8,470,400
             370      Community Programs    29,032,300
             371      Correctional Facilities    29,318,700
             372      Rural Programs    21,127,500
             373          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Juvenile
             374      Justice Services Programs and Operations shall not lapse.

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             375          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
             376      Juvenile Justice Services may provide capital to the Division of
             377      Fleet Operations for the purchase of no more than two vehicles
             378      for use at the new Washington County facility.
             379      Item 30    To Department of Human Services - Division of Juvenile Justice
             380      Services - Youth Parole Authority
             381      From General Fund    273,000
             382      From General Fund, One-time    2,000
             383      From Federal Funds    13,800
                  384      Schedule of Programs:
             385      Youth Parole Authority    288,800
             386          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the Youth
             387      Parole Authority shall not lapse.
             388      Judicial Council/State Court Administrator
             389      Item 31    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Administration
             390      From General Fund    72,170,100
             391      From General Fund, One-time    588,200
             392      From Federal Funds    53,300
             393      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    771,900
             394      From General Fund Restricted - Alternative Dispute Resolution    145,000
             395      From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense    237,400
             396      From General Fund Restricted - Court Reporter Technology    350,000
             397      From General Fund Restricted - Court Security Account    2,200,000
             398      From General Fund Restricted - Court Trust Interest    250,000
             399      From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    136,800
             400      From General Fund Restricted - Non-Judicial Assessment    594,700
             401      From General Fund Restricted - Online Court Assistance    50,000
             402      From General Fund Restricted - Substance Abuse Prevention    414,600
             403      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    193,700
             404      From Revenue Transfers    580,400
             405      From Revenue Transfers - Federal    1,554,100
             406      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    233,000
                  407      Schedule of Programs:
             408      Supreme Court    2,052,100
             409      Law Library    599,300
             410      Court of Appeals    2,827,700
             411      District Courts    34,217,700
             412      Juvenile Courts    28,851,500

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             413      Justice Courts    150,100
             414      Courts Security    2,200,000
             415      Administrative Office    3,264,900
             416      Judicial Education    345,100
             417      Data Processing    4,359,400
             418      Grants Program    1,655,400
             419          It is the intent of the Legislature that the state court system
             420      examine the possibility of establishing an electronic filing
             421      system which could be used for most, if not all, documents
             422      filed within the state courts system and report to the Executive
             423      Appropriation Committee when such a system could be in
             424      place, how much it would cost and whether or not a
             425      self-funded system is a feasible alternative.
             426          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Office of the
             427      Legislative Fiscal Analyst shall examine whether cost of
             428      computer assisted legal research can be reduced.
             429          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Courts
             430      Administration shall not lapse.
             431      Item 32    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Grand Jury
             432      From General Fund    800
             433      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    800
             434      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (800)
                  435      Schedule of Programs:
             436      Grand Jury    800
             437          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the Grand
             438      Jury line item shall not lapse.
             439      Item 33    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Contracts and
             440      Leases
             441      From General Fund    15,243,600
             442      From General Fund, One-time    4,100
             443      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    199,600
             444      From General Fund Restricted - State Court Complex Account    4,122,200
                  445      Schedule of Programs:
             446      Contracts and Leases    19,569,500
             447          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Courts
             448      Contracts and Leases shall not lapse.
             449      Item 34    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Jury and Witness
             450      Fees

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             451      From General Fund    1,525,200
             452      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,000
             453      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (759,100)
             454      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    958,900
                  455      Schedule of Programs:
             456      Jury, Witness, and Interpreter    1,730,000
             457          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Jury and
             458      Witness Fees shall not lapse.
             459      Item 35    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Guardian ad Litem
             460      From General Fund    3,088,000
             461      From General Fund, One-time    24,400
             462      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    20,000
             463      From General Fund Restricted - Children's Legal Defense    420,100
             464      From General Fund Restricted - Guardian Ad Litem Services    314,600
                  465      Schedule of Programs:
             466      Guardian ad Litem    3,867,100
             467          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the
             468      Guardian ad Litem line item shall not lapse.
             469      Item 36    To Judicial Council/State Court Administrator - Judicial Salaries
             470          Under provisions of Section 67-8-2, Utah Code Annotated,
             471      the following salaries are approved for judicial officials for
             472      July 1, 2004 to June 30, 2005: District Court Judge $104,750.
             473      Other judicial salaries will be calculated in accordance with the
             474      statutory formula and rounded to the nearest $50.
             475      Department of Public Safety
             476      Item 37    To Department of Public Safety - Programs & Operations
             477      From General Fund    43,472,200
             478      From General Fund, One-time    322,100
             479      From Transportation Fund    5,629,200
             480      From Federal Funds    4,026,700
             481      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,781,200
             482      From General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    425,000
             483      From General Fund Restricted - Fire Academy Support    4,412,800
             484      From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight    376,900
             485      From General Fund Restricted - Statewide Warrant Operations    433,600
             486      From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    1,152,300
             487      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    619,900
             488      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    1,158,000

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             489      From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    421,400
             490      From Pass-through    660,000
             491      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    904,700
             492      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (624,000)
             493      From Lapsing Balance    (376,900)
                  494      Schedule of Programs:
             495      Department Education Center    1,109,100
             496      Department Intelligence Center    1,192,000
             497      Highway Patrol - Administration    1,208,300
             498      Highway Patrol - Field Operations    23,651,300
             499      Highway Patrol - Commercial Vehicle    3,038,100
             500      Highway Patrol - Safety Inspections    1,791,600
             501      Highway Patrol - Federal Projects    2,078,500
             502      Highway Patrol - Protective Services    2,337,400
             503      Highway Patrol - Special Services    1,570,900
             504      Highway Patrol - Special Enforcement    1,399,400
             505      Highway Patrol - Technical Services    636,300
             506      Information Management - Operations    1,538,100
             507      Information Management - Grants    1,500
             508      Fire Marshall - Fire Operations    1,227,900
             509      Fire Marshall - Fire Fighter Training    3,421,600
             510      Department Commissioner's Office    2,016,900
             511      Department Fleet Management    500,000
             512      Aero Bureau    562,600
             513      Department Grants    3,316,100
             514      CITS Administration    629,600
             515      CITS Bureau of Criminal Identification    3,989,100
             516      CITS Communications    4,782,500
             517      CITS State Crime Labs    2,339,000
             518      CITS Crime Lab Grants    268,400
             519      CITS BCI Grants    304,500
             520      CITS State Bureau of Investigation    3,881,800
             521      CITS SBI Grants    2,600
             522          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Public
             523      Safety Programs and Operations shall not lapse.
             524          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
             525      Public Safety may increase the fleet if funding is provided
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             527      projects. It is further the intent of the Legislature that vehicles
             528      purchased under this intent language will not be eligible for
             529      replacement using General Fund borrowing capacity held by
             530      the State Division of Fleet Operations. Any expansion vehicle
             531      purchase during the interim under this intent language shall be
             532      reported to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst.
             533          It is the intent of the Legislature that receipts above the
             534      appropriated dedicated credits amount of reimbursable flight
             535      time for the Department of Public Safety aircraft shall not lapse
             536      and be used for major aircraft maintenance.
             537          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
             538      Public Safety may continue with the consolidated line items of
             539      appropriation for Fiscal Year 2005 to assist with mitigation of
             540      base budget reductions. It is further the intent of the
             541      Legislature that this consolidation is for the period of Fiscal
             542      Year 2005 only. The following line items of appropriations for
             543      continued consolidation into one line item for Fiscal Year 2005
             544      are: Commissioners Office; Criminal Investigations and
             545      Technical Services Division; Utah Highway Patrol;
             546      Management Information Services; and Fire Marshals Office.
             547      The remainder of the Departments line items of appropriation
             548      will each remain separate line items. These are: Emergency
             549      Services and Homeland Security; Peace Officer Standards and
             550      Training; Liquor Law Enforcement; Driver License Division;
             551      and Utah Highway Safety.
             552      Item 38    To Department of Public Safety - Emergency Services and
             553      Homeland Security
             554      From General Fund    724,900
             555      From General Fund, One-time    7,100
             556      From Federal Funds    11,364,500
             557      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    255,000
             558      From General Fund Restricted - Nuclear Oversight    1,416,400
             559      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    167,700
             560      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    12,900
             561      From Lapsing Balance    (1,426,400)
                  562      Schedule of Programs:
             563      Emergency Services and Homeland Security    12,522,100
             564          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Emergency

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             565      Services and Homeland Security shall not lapse.
             566      Item 39    To Department of Public Safety - Peace Officers' Standards and
             567      Training
             568      From Federal Funds    3,553,300
             569      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    29,700
             570      From General Fund Restricted - Public Safety Support    2,867,400
                  571      Schedule of Programs:
             572      Basic Training    1,286,100
             573      Regional/Inservice Training    742,800
             574      Post Administration    868,200
             575      Police Corps Academy    3,553,300
             576          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Peace
             577      Officers' Standards and Training shall not lapse.
             578      Item 40    To Department of Public Safety - Liquor Law Enforcement
             579      From General Fund    1,374,600
             580      From General Fund, One-time    7,700
                  581      Schedule of Programs:
             582      Liquor Law Enforcement    1,382,300
             583          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Liquor Law
             584      Enforcement shall not lapse.
             585      Item 41    To Department of Public Safety - Driver License
             586      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,700
             587      From Transportation Fund Restricted - Motorcycle Education    208,000
             588      From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    16,766,800
             589      From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.    1,560,100
             590      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    162,400
                  591      Schedule of Programs:
             592      Driver License Administration    2,226,000
             593      Driver Services    9,809,100
             594      Driver Records    4,896,900
             595      Motorcycle Safety    209,900
             596      Uninsured Motorist    1,560,100
             597          The Legislature intends that funds provided for the Driver
             598      License line item shall not lapse.
             599      Item 42    To Department of Public Safety - Highway Safety
             600      From General Fund    94,700
             601      From General Fund, One-time    300
             602      From Federal Funds    3,085,100

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             603      From Transportation Fund - Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    400,000
                  604      Schedule of Programs:
             605      Highway Safety    3,580,100
             606          The Legislature intends that funds provided for Highway
             607      Safety shall not lapse.
             608      Restricted Revenue - Executive Offices & Criminal Justice
             609      Item 43    To General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account
             610      From General Fund    267,500
                  611      Schedule of Programs:
             612      General Fund Restricted - DNA Specimen Account    267,500
             613      Capital Facilities & Administrative Services
             614      Capitol Preservation Board
             615      Item 44    To Capitol Preservation Board
             616      From General Fund    2,175,800
             617      From General Fund, One-time    1,500
             618      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    228,300
             619      From Revenue Transfers    141,400
                  620      Schedule of Programs:
             621      Capitol Preservation Board    2,547,000
             622          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Capitol
             623      Preservation Board shall not lapse and that those funds shall be
             624      used for the design and construction costs associated with
             625      Capitol restoration.
             626      Department of Administrative Services
             627      Item 45    To Department of Administrative Services - Executive Director
             628      From General Fund    769,000
             629      From General Fund, One-time    3,100
             630      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    72,500
                  631      Schedule of Programs:
             632      Executive Director    844,600
             633      Item 46    To Department of Administrative Services - Automated
             634      Geographic Reference Center
             635      From General Fund    687,200
             636      From General Fund, One-time    6,700
             637      From Federal Funds    500,000
             638      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    501,500
                  639      Schedule of Programs:
             640      Automated Geographic Reference Center    1,695,400

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             641      Item 47    To Department of Administrative Services - Administrative Rules
             642      From General Fund    285,500
             643      From General Fund, One-time    2,100
                  644      Schedule of Programs:
             645      DAR Administration    287,600
             646          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for
             647      Administrative Rules shall not lapse and that those funds may
             648      be used to fund a FTE or contract position on a temporary
             649      basis.
             650      Item 48    To Department of Administrative Services - DFCM
             651      Administration
             652      From General Fund    81,300
             653      From Capital Project Fund    3,924,900
             654      From Lapsing Balance    (87,400)
                  655      Schedule of Programs:
             656      DFCM Administration    3,102,700
             657      Preventive Maintenance    154,500
             658      Governor's Residence    81,300
             659      DFCM HazMat    94,500
             660      Roofing and Paving    485,800
             661      Item 49    To Department of Administrative Services - State Archives
             662      From General Fund    2,011,400
             663      From General Fund, One-time    14,000
             664      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    41,100
                  665      Schedule of Programs:
             666      Archives Administration    509,300
             667      Records Analysis    333,000
             668      Preservation Svcs    311,400
             669      Patron Services    428,300
             670      Records Services    484,500
             671          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for state
             672      Archives shall not lapse and that those funds shall be used to
             673      digitize and microfilm documents generated by former Utah
             674      Governors for preservation and access.
             675      Item 50    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance
             676      Administration
             677      From General Fund    5,992,500
             678      From General Fund, One-time    38,100

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             679      From Transportation Fund    450,000
             680      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,694,000
             681      From General Fund Restricted - Internal Service Fund Overhead    1,272,400
             682      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    989,900
                  683      Schedule of Programs:
             684      Finance Director's Office    342,200
             685      Payroll    2,112,400
             686      Payables/Disbursing    2,078,000
             687      Technical Services    1,572,100
             688      Financial Reporting    1,265,000
             689      Financial Information Systems    3,067,200
             690          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division
             691      of Finance shall not lapse.
             692          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Division
             693      of Finance that do not lapse are to be used for maintenance,
             694      operation, and development of statewide accounting systems.
             695          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
             696      Administrative Services develop and implement a mileage
             697      reimbursement program that requires agencies to reimburse
             698      employees for personal vehicle use at a rate equal to, or less
             699      than, the per mile cost of a mid-size sedan operated by the
             700      Division of Fleet Operations. It is also the intent of the
             701      Legislature that these rules be applied to Legislative Staff, the
             702      Judicial Branch and to the Utah System of Higher Education.
             703      The rule should make exception for instances where a State
             704      fleet vehicle is not available to the employee, for mileage
             705      reimbursements for Elected Officials of the State and members
             706      of Boards and Commissions who do not have access to the
             707      State fleet for use in their official duties.
             708      Item 51    To Department of Administrative Services - Finance - Mandated
             709      From General Fund    482,600
                  710      Schedule of Programs:
             711      LeRay McAllister Critical Land Conservation Fund    482,600
             712          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the LeRay
             713      McAllister fund shall not lapse.
             714      Item 52    To Department of Administrative Services - Post Conviction
             715      Indigent Defense
             716      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    332,600

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             717      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (258,600)
                  718      Schedule of Programs:
             719      Post Conviction Indigent Defense Fund    74,000
             720          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Post
             721      Conviction Indigent Defense Fund shall not lapse.
             722      Item 53    To Department of Administrative Services - Judicial Conduct
             723      Commission
             724      From General Fund    223,200
             725      From General Fund, One-time    1,000
             726      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    27,200
             727      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (17,700)
                  728      Schedule of Programs:
             729      Judicial Conduct Commission    233,700
             730          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Judicial
             731      Conduct Commission shall not lapse and that those funds shall
             732      be used to hire temporary contractors on an as-needed basis.
             733      Item 54    To Department of Administrative Services - Purchasing
             734      From General Fund    1,343,500
             735      From General Fund, One-time    10,300
             736      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    68,000
                  737      Schedule of Programs:
             738      Purchasing and General Services    1,421,800
             739      Department of Administrative Services Internal Service Funds
             740      Item 55    To Department of Administrative Services - Office of State Debt
             741      Collection
             742      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    367,000
             743      From Licenses/Fees    168,000
             744      From Interest Income    661,000
             745      From Other Financing Sources    2,100
                  746      Schedule of Programs:
             747      ISF - Debt Collection    1,198,100
             748      Total FTE    5.0
             749      Item 56    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of
             750      Purchasing and General Services
             751      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    14,589,100
                  752      Schedule of Programs:
             753      ISF - Central Mailing    8,814,900
             754      ISF - Electronic Purchasing    352,300

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             755      ISF - Publishing    5,421,900
             756      Total FTE    63.5
             757      Authorized Capital Outlay    2,816,000
             758      Item 57    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of
             759      Information Technology Services
             760      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    47,553,800
                  761      Schedule of Programs:
             762      ISF - ITS Administration and Finance    24,900
             763      ISF - Network Services    12,011,400
             764      ISF - Voice Services    16,108,400
             765      ISF - Computing    17,200
             766      ISF - Mainframe Hosting    14,048,500
             767      ISF - Desktop/LAN Support    5,011,900
             768      ISF - Storage Services    4,730,800
             769      ISF - Web Hosting    1,203,600
             770      ISF - Application Development    2,972,000
             771      ISF - Reporting Services    153,300
             772      ISF - Wireless Tech Services    2,395,700
             773      ISF - ITS Support Services    521,200
             774      ISF - Clearing    (11,645,100)
             775      Total FTE    241.0
             776      Authorized Capital Outlay    6,072,500
             777          It is the intent of the Legislature that Information
             778      Technology Services be allowed to add FTEs beyond the
             779      authorized level if it represents a benefit to the state and a
             780      decrease of FTEs in the user agency. The total FTEs within
             781      state government shall not change with this shift of FTEs.
             782      Prior to transferring FTEs to the Internal Service Fund, the
             783      Department of Administrative Services shall report to the
             784      Executive Appropriation Committee decreased personal
             785      service expenditures in the originating agency and
             786      corresponding increased Internal Service Fund charges that
             787      will result from the transfer.
             788      Item 58    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Fleet
             789      Operations
             790      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    38,082,100
                  791      Schedule of Programs:
             792      ISF - Motor Pool    22,552,500

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             793      ISF - Fuel Network    14,701,800
             794      ISF - State Surplus Property    827,800
             795      Total FTE    45.0
             796      Authorized Capital Outlay    13,870,200
             797      Item 59    To Department of Administrative Services - Risk Management
             798      From Premiums    28,430,700
             799      From Restricted Revenue    8,517,600
                  800      Schedule of Programs:
             801      ISF - Risk Management Administration    29,306,700
             802      ISF - Workers' Compensation    7,641,600
             803      Total FTE    25.0
             804      Authorized Capital Outlay    120,000
             805      Item 60    To Department of Administrative Services - Division of Facilities
             806      Construction and Management - Facilities Management
             807      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    19,815,700
                  808      Schedule of Programs:
             809      ISF - Facilities Management    19,815,700
             810      Total FTE    121.0
             811      Authorized Capital Outlay    70,500
             812          It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM's internal
             813      service fund may add FTEs beyond the authorized level if new
             814      facilities come on line or maintenance agreements are
             815      requested. Any added FTEs will be reviewed and approved by
             816      the Legislature in the next Legislative Session.
             817      Capital Budget
             818      Item 61    To Capital Budget - DFCM Capital Program
             819      From General Fund    26,976,900
             820      From Income Tax    17,000,000
             821      From General Fund Restricted - Special Administrative Expense    2,801,000
                  822      Schedule of Programs:
             823      Capital Improvements    43,976,900
             824      Capital Development Fund    2,801,000
             825          Development Projects: $2,801,000 to construct a new
             826      DWS employment center in Logan.
             827      Item 62    To Capital Budget - Property Acquisition
             828      From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources Trust Account    250,000
                  829      Schedule of Programs:
             830      Building/Land Purchases    250,000

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             831          Purchases: Up to $250,000 for purchase of land in
             832      preparation for a new building in Carbon County.
             833      State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
             834      Item 63    To State Board of Bonding Commissioners - Debt Service
             835      From General Fund    61,721,600
             836      From Uniform School Fund    17,164,300
             837      From Centennial Highway Fund    125,371,200
             838      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    62,881,500
             839      From Transportation Fund Restricted - Public Transportation System Tax    2,190,300
             840      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    7,126,000
             841      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (7,126,000)
                  842      Schedule of Programs:
             843      Debt Service    269,328,900
             844          It is the intent of the Legislature that DFCM is not required
             845      to collect rent from the Department of Corrections for the
             846      Promontory Facility in FY 2005 if the Legislature in the 2004
             847      general session appropriates funds to debt service for FY 2005
             848      to replace the uncollected rent.
             849      Commerce & Revenue
             850      Utah State Tax Commission
             851      Item 64    To Utah State Tax Commission - Tax Administration
             852      From General Fund    20,735,400
             853      From General Fund, One-time    236,400
             854      From Uniform School Fund    17,287,600
             855      From Uniform School Fund, One-time    142,900
             856      From Transportation Fund    5,857,400
             857      From Federal Funds    455,600
             858      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    9,772,400
             859      From General Fund Restricted - Sales and Use Tax Administration Fees    7,132,000
             860      From Transportation Fund Restricted - Uninsured Motorist I.D.    133,800
             861      From Revenue Transfers    60,300
             862      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,905,400
             863      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (870,600)
                  864      Schedule of Programs:
             865      Administration Division    6,792,000
             866      Auditing Division    8,905,400
             867      Multi-State Tax Compact    180,700
             868      Technology Management    9,347,500

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             869      Tax Processing Division    8,011,400
             870      Seasonal Employees    316,900
             871      Tax Payer Services    8,394,200
             872      Property Tax Division    4,155,300
             873      Motor Vehicles    15,553,600
             874      Motor Vehicle Enforcement Division    2,191,600
             875          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Tax Commission
             876      report to Commerce and Revenue Appropriations
             877      Sub-Committee interim meeting, the progress made towards
             878      the recommendations of the Legislative Auditor's Report
             879      #2003-08.
             880          The Legislature intends that these funds not lapse and that
             881      the balances carried forward be used for costs directly related
             882      to the modernization of tax and motor vehicle systems and
             883      processes.
             884      Item 65    To Utah State Tax Commission - License Plates Production
             885      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,102,700
             886      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,722,200
             887      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (2,809,400)
                  888      Schedule of Programs:
             889      License Plates Production    2,015,500
             890      Item 66    To Utah State Tax Commission - Liquor Profit Distribution
             891      From General Fund Restricted-Alcoholic Beverage Enforcement & Treatment    3,133,700
                  892      Schedule of Programs:
             893      Liquor Profit Distribution    3,133,700
             894      Utah College of Applied Technology
             895      Item 67    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Administration
             896      From General Fund    4,317,800
             897      From General Fund, One-time    1,800
                  898      Schedule of Programs:
             899      Administration    374,100
             900      Custom Fit    3,108,100
             901      Equipment    837,400
             902           It is the intent of the Legislature that UCAT complete and
             903      submits all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, etc.) to the
             904      Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by November 1 of each
             905      fiscal year. It is further the intent of the Legislature that the
             906      approved consolidated budget request from the UCAT Board

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             907      of Trustees be submitted to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal
             908      Analyst by November 1 of each fiscal year.
             909           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             910      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             911      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             912      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             913      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             914      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             915      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             916      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             917      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             918      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             919      Item 68    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Bridgerland Applied
             920      Technology College
             921      From General Fund    7,501,300
             922      From General Fund, One-time    49,700
             923      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,168,500
                  924      Schedule of Programs:
             925      Bridgerland ATC    8,719,500
             926      Item 69    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Davis Applied
             927      Technology College
             928      From General Fund    7,556,100
             929      From General Fund, One-time    52,300
             930      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,331,900
                  931      Schedule of Programs:
             932      Davis ATC    8,940,300
             933      Item 70    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Dixie Applied
             934      Technology College
             935      From General Fund    857,700
             936      From General Fund, One-time    4,100
             937      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    81,900
                  938      Schedule of Programs:
             939      Dixie ATC    943,700
             940      Item 71    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Mountainland Applied
             941      Technology College
             942      From General Fund    2,861,100
             943      From General Fund, One-time    14,000
             944      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    125,600

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                  945      Schedule of Programs:
             946      Mountainland ATC    3,000,700
             947      Item 72    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Ogden/Weber Applied
             948      Technology College
             949      From General Fund    8,396,000
             950      From General Fund, One-time    56,900
             951      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,361,000
                  952      Schedule of Programs:
             953      Ogden/Weber ATC    9,813,900
             954      Item 73    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Salt Lake/Tooele
             955      Applied Technology College
             956      From General Fund    2,004,200
             957      From General Fund, One-time    12,400
             958      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    155,000
                  959      Schedule of Programs:
             960      Salt Lake/Tooele ATC    2,171,600
             961      Item 74    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southeast Applied
             962      Technology College
             963      From General Fund    875,900
             964      From General Fund, One-time    7,000
             965      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    153,100
                  966      Schedule of Programs:
             967      Southeast ATC    1,036,000
             968      Item 75    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Southwest Applied
             969      Technology College
             970      From General Fund    1,410,900
             971      From General Fund, One-time    5,400
             972      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    166,500
                  973      Schedule of Programs:
             974      Southwest ATC    1,582,800
             975      Item 76    To Utah College of Applied Technology - Uintah Basin Applied
             976      Technology College
             977      From General Fund    3,964,500
             978      From General Fund, One-time    22,800
             979      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    340,000
                  980      Schedule of Programs:
             981      Uintah Basin ATC    4,327,300
             982      Department of Workforce Services

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             983      Item 77    To Department of Workforce Services
             984      From General Fund    54,267,700
             985      From General Fund, One-time    7,108,600
             986      From Federal Funds    203,666,200
             987      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,746,800
             988      From Unemployment Compensation Trust    2,160,000
             989      From Revenue Transfers    2,763,800
                  990      Schedule of Programs:
             991      State Council    272,713,100
             992          The Legislature intends that $2,160,000 in funds
             993      appropriated from the Unemployment Compensation Trust
             994      (Reed Act) be used for employment service administration.
             995          The Legislature intends that these funds be non-lapsing.
             996          To help the working poor and underemployed, the
             997      Legislature encourages the Department of Workforce Services
             998      to expand the trial implementation of longer office hours and to
             999      implement longer office hours when Department management
             1000      finds it advisable.
             1001      Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
             1002      Item 78    To Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control
             1003      From Liquor Control Fund    19,389,200
                  1004      Schedule of Programs:
             1005      Executive Director    1,249,500
             1006      Administration    914,100
             1007      Operations    2,002,700
             1008      Warehouse and Distribution    1,171,900
             1009      Stores and Agencies    14,051,000
             1010      Labor Commission
             1011      Item 79    To Labor Commission
             1012      From General Fund    4,562,300
             1013      From General Fund, One-time    30,200
             1014      From Federal Funds    2,381,500
             1015      From General Fund Restricted - Workplace Safety    805,100
             1016      From Employers' Reinsurance Fund    218,400
             1017      From Uninsured Employers' Fund    767,700
             1018      From Revenue Transfers    25,000
                  1019      Schedule of Programs:
             1020      Administration    1,526,700

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             1021      Industrial Accidents    1,118,200
             1022      Appeals Board    14,500
             1023      Adjudication    723,900
             1024      Division of Safety    1,050,300
             1025      Workplace Safety    535,200
             1026      Anti-Discrimination    1,216,900
             1027      Utah Occupational Safety and Health    2,465,200
             1028      Building Operations and Maintenance    139,300
             1029          The Legislature intends that funds collected from
             1030      sponsoring seminars be non-lapsing so that the agency can
             1031      offer yearly training seminars using the funds collected.
             1032      Department of Commerce
             1033      Item 80    To Department of Commerce - Commerce General Regulation
             1034      From Federal Funds    217,600
             1035      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,537,000
             1036      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund    13,940,900
             1037      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             1038      Fund    3,784,400
             1039      From General Fund Restricted - Factory Built Housing Fees    104,700
             1040      From General Fund Restricted - Geologist Education and Enforcement Fund    10,000
             1041      From General Fund Restricted - Nurses Education & Enforcement Fund    10,000
             1042      From Pass-through    75,200
                  1043      Schedule of Programs:
             1044      Administration    1,930,500
             1045      Occupational & Professional Licensing    7,549,200
             1046      Securities    1,473,100
             1047      Consumer Protection    926,400
             1048      Corporations and Commercial Code    2,177,700
             1049      Real Estate    1,386,300
             1050      Public Utilities    3,151,700
             1051      Committee of Consumer Services    851,600
             1052      Building Operations and Maintenance    233,300
             1053          The Legislature intends that at the end of the fiscal year,
             1054      unused funds for the Committee on Consumer Services lapse to
             1055      the Committee's Professional and Technical Services.
             1056      Item 81    To Department of Commerce - Real Estate Education
             1057      From Real Estate Education, Research, and Recovery Fund    192,200
                  1058      Schedule of Programs:

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             1059      Real Estate Education    192,200
             1060      Item 82    To Department of Commerce - Public Utilities Professional &
             1061      Technical Services
             1062      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             1063      Fund    100,000
             1064      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    75,000
                  1065      Schedule of Programs:
             1066      Professional & Technical Services    175,000
             1067          The Legislature intends that these funds be non-lapsing.
             1068      Item 83    To Department of Commerce - Committee of Consumer Services
             1069      Professional and Technical Services
             1070      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             1071      Fund    500,000
             1072      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    400,000
                  1073      Schedule of Programs:
             1074      Professional & Technical Services    900,000
             1075          It is the intent of the Legislature that these funds be
             1076      non-lapsing.
             1077      Financial Institutions
             1078      Item 84    To Financial Institutions - Financial Institutions Administration
             1079      From General Fund Restricted - Financial Institutions    4,674,300
                  1080      Schedule of Programs:
             1081      Administration    4,559,500
             1082      Building Operations and Maintenance    114,800
             1083      Insurance Department
             1084      Item 85    To Insurance Department - Insurance Department Administration
             1085      From General Fund    4,311,600
             1086      From General Fund, One-time    91,600
             1087      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,771,500
             1088      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    404,100
             1089      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (394,100)
                  1090      Schedule of Programs:
             1091      Administration    4,753,200
             1092      Relative Value Study    103,000
             1093      Insurance Fraud Program    1,328,500
             1094      Item 86    To Insurance Department - Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool
             1095      From General Fund    6,203,900
             1096      From General Fund, One-time    10,000,000

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             1097      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    17,725,500
             1098      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    478,600
             1099      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    9,520,400
                  1100      Schedule of Programs:
             1101      Comprehensive Health Insurance Pool    43,928,400
             1102          The Legislature intends to provide sufficient funding so
             1103      that HIPUtah will not have to cap enrollment. If the amount
             1104      appropriated is not sufficient, HIPUtah should request a
             1105      supplemental appropriation in the next legislative session. The
             1106      Legislature will give high priority to such a request.
             1107      Item 87    To Insurance Department - Bail Bond Program
             1108      From General Fund Restricted - Bail Bond Surety Administration    22,100
             1109      From Lapsing Balance    (2,600)
                  1110      Schedule of Programs:
             1111      Bail Bond Program    19,500
             1112      Item 88    To Insurance Department - Title Insurance Program
             1113      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    77,100
             1114      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    54,700
             1115      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (64,300)
                  1116      Schedule of Programs:
             1117      Title Insurance Program    67,500
             1118      Public Service Commission
             1119      Item 89    To Public Service Commission
             1120      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    61,200
             1121      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             1122      Fund    1,561,700
                  1123      Schedule of Programs:
             1124      Public Service Commission    1,597,900
             1125      Building Operations and Maintenance    25,000
             1126      Item 90    To Public Service Commission - Research and Analysis
             1127      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    60,000
                  1128      Schedule of Programs:
             1129      Research and Analysis    60,000
             1130      Item 91    To Public Service Commission - Speech and Hearing Impaired
             1131      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,246,500
             1132      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    4,003,800
             1133      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (3,587,400)
                  1134      Schedule of Programs:

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             1135      Speech and Hearing Impaired    1,662,900
             1136      Item 92    To Public Service Commission - Universal Telecommunications
             1137      Support Fund
             1138      From Universal Public Telecom Service Fund    9,048,900
             1139      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    4,425,600
             1140      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (4,595,700)
                  1141      Schedule of Programs:
             1142      Universal Telecom Service Fund    8,878,800
             1143      Revenue - Commerce & Revenue
             1144      Item 93    To General Fund
             1145      From General Fund Restricted - Commerce Service Fund - Public Utilities Regulatory
             1146      Fund    (1,515,900)
                  1147      Schedule of Programs:
             1148      General Fund    (1,515,900)
             1149      Economic Development & Human Resources
             1150      Career Services Review Board
             1151      Item 94    To Career Services Review Board - Career Service Review Board
             1152      From General Fund    165,800
             1153      From General Fund, One-time    1,000
                  1154      Schedule of Programs:
             1155      Career Services Review Board    166,800
             1156          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Career
             1157      Service Review Board be nonlapsing.
             1158      Department of Human Resources Management
             1159      Item 95    To Department of Human Resources Management
             1160      From General Fund    2,943,000
             1161      From General Fund, One-time    18,700
             1162      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    362,000
                  1163      Schedule of Programs:
             1164      Administration    924,900
             1165      Classification and Employee Relations    521,700
             1166      Recruitment, Training and Development    557,000
             1167      Flex Benefits    40,000
             1168      Management Training    320,000
             1169      Information Technology    960,100
             1170          It is the intent of the Legislature that health and dental
             1171      insurance benefit increases be paid as recommended by Group
             1172      Insurance, with the following changes:

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             1173           1. Transfer excess dental reserves to medical reserves;
             1174           2. Increase employee coinsurance for in patient and out
             1175      patient facilities by 10%;
             1176           3. Implement a three-tiered coinsurance for pharmacy
             1177      benefits and increase brand coinsurance from 25% to 30%;
             1178           4. Increase maximum out-of-pocket expense from $1,500
             1179      per person to $2,000 per person for single coverage, and from
             1180      $2,000 to $4,000 for family coverage.
             1181          It is the intent of the Legislature that retirement rates be
             1182      adjusted and paid as recommended by the State Retirement
             1183      Board.
             1184          It is the intent of the Legislature to fund a 1% cost of living
             1185      allowance for state employees effective June 19, 2004. It is the
             1186      further intent of the legislature to appropriate one-time funds
             1187      equivalent to a 1% COLA state-wide, but to be distributed as a
             1188      one time bonus in December 2004 to each state employee,
             1189      calculated on an FTE basis.
             1190          It is the intent of the Legislature to appropriate $2,606,800
             1191      for state employee Market Comparability Adjustments as
             1192      recommended by the Department of Human Resource
             1193      Management. This is in addition to Highway Patrol and
             1194      Attorney General salary equity funds included on the building
             1195      blocks list.
             1196          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Retirement
             1197      Systems study the possibility of establishing a program
             1198      whereby qualified Utah money managers could manage part of
             1199      the State's retirement fund and report to the Legislature on any
             1200      progress or with an explanation as to why such a program
             1201      would not be in the best interest of the state and/or the fund to
             1202      Executive Appropriations.
             1203          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Human
             1204      Resource Management be non-lapsing subject to the provisions
             1205      of UCA 63-38-8.1 with expenditures restricted to computer
             1206      equipment and software purchases, employee training and
             1207      incentives, and flexible benefits.
             1208      Department of Community & Economic Development
             1209      Item 96    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
             1210      Administration

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             1211      From General Fund    2,395,200
             1212      From General Fund, One-time    2,012,400
                  1213      Schedule of Programs:
             1214      Executive Director    2,485,100
             1215      Information Technology    844,200
             1216      Administrative Services    1,078,300
             1217          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for
             1218      Administration be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of
             1219      UCA 63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual
             1220      obligations issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered
             1221      non-lapsing.
             1222      Item 97    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
             1223      Incentive Funds
             1224      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    160,000
             1225      From General Fund Restricted - Industrial Assistance    189,300
                  1226      Schedule of Programs:
             1227      Incentive Funds    349,300
             1228          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Incentive
             1229      Funds be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1230      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1231      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1232          It is the intent of the Legislature that any proceeds in
             1233      excess of a total of $4,000,000 paid to the state from the
             1234      liquidation of the Utah Technology Finance Corporation
             1235      whether these proceeds come from cash, sale of real property,
             1236      or collection of accounts receivable shall be deposited into the
             1237      Industrial Assistance Fund.
             1238      Item 98    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Indian
             1239      Affairs
             1240      From General Fund    209,000
             1241      From General Fund, One-time    1,500
                  1242      Schedule of Programs:
             1243      Indian Affairs    210,500
             1244          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Indian
             1245      Affairs be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1246      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1247      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1248      Item 99    To Department of Community & Economic Development -

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             1249      Business and Economic Development
             1250      From General Fund    8,120,400
             1251      From General Fund, One-time    269,100
             1252      From Federal Funds    400,000
             1253      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    90,100
                  1254      Schedule of Programs:
             1255      Administration    1,081,600
             1256      Film Commission    665,900
             1257      International Development    1,102,600
             1258      Business Development    2,477,000
             1259      Science and Technology    3,552,500
             1260          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Business
             1261      Development be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1262      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1263      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1264      Item 100    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Travel
             1265      Council
             1266      From General Fund    3,510,500
             1267      From General Fund, One-time    11,900
             1268      From Transportation Fund    118,000
             1269      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    254,700
                  1270      Schedule of Programs:
             1271      Travel Administration    1,434,200
             1272      Internal Development    1,615,600
             1273      External Development    845,300
             1274          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Travel
             1275      Development be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1276      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1277      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1278      Item 101    To Department of Community & Economic Development - State
             1279      History
             1280      From General Fund    1,778,000
             1281      From General Fund, One-time    15,500
             1282      From Federal Funds    570,000
             1283      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    25,000
                  1284      Schedule of Programs:
             1285      Administration    519,500
             1286      Libraries and Collections    382,400

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             1287      Public History and Education    349,600
             1288      Office of Preservation    1,082,100
             1289      History Projects and Grants    54,900
             1290          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for State
             1291      History be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1292      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1293      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1294      Item 102    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
             1295      Historical Society
             1296      From Federal Funds    225,100
             1297      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    289,700
                  1298      Schedule of Programs:
             1299      State Historical Society    514,800
             1300      Item 103    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Fine
             1301      Arts
             1302      From General Fund    2,554,000
             1303      From General Fund, One-time    10,700
             1304      From Federal Funds    589,500
             1305      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    151,800
                  1306      Schedule of Programs:
             1307      Administration    528,900
             1308      Grants to Non-profits    1,141,700
             1309      Community Arts Outreach    1,635,400
             1310          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for Fine Arts
             1311      be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA 63-38-8.1.
             1312      Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations issued prior
             1313      to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1314      Item 104    To Department of Community & Economic Development - State
             1315      Library
             1316      From General Fund    4,106,100
             1317      From General Fund, One-time    33,500
             1318      From Federal Funds    1,590,000
             1319      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,988,600
                  1320      Schedule of Programs:
             1321      Administration    1,491,800
             1322      Blind and Physically Handicapped    1,526,400
             1323      Library Development    3,401,500
             1324      Information Services    1,298,500

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             1325          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the State
             1326      Library be non-lapsing subject to the provisions of UCA
             1327      63-38-8.1. Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations
             1328      issued prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1329      Item 105    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
             1330      Community Development
             1331      From General Fund    4,089,300
             1332      From General Fund, One-time    113,500
             1333      From Federal Funds    45,134,800
             1334      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    858,000
             1335      From General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Trust    450,000
             1336      From Permanent Community Impact    791,900
                  1337      Schedule of Programs:
             1338      Weatherization Assistance    6,086,700
             1339      Community Development Administration    479,200
             1340      Museum Services    395,300
             1341      Community Assistance    8,659,000
             1342      Pioneer Communities    215,600
             1343      Housing Development    11,649,700
             1344      Community Services    3,772,600
             1345      Homeless Committee    2,904,600
             1346      Commission on Volunteers    2,059,200
             1347      Martin Luther King Commission    70,200
             1348      HEAT    13,964,700
             1349      Asian Affairs    134,700
             1350      Black Affairs    132,200
             1351      Hispanic Affairs    211,600
             1352      Pacific Islander Affairs    135,400
             1353      Emergency Food    181,800
             1354      Special Housing    385,000
             1355          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Permanent
             1356      Community Impact Fund Board (PCIFB) consider distributing
             1357      funding of $385,000 in FY 2005 equally among the interlocal
             1358      agencies that are or may be socially or economically impacted,
             1359      directly or indirectly, by mineral resource development for:
             1360           (i) planning;
             1361           (ii) construction and maintenance of public facilities, and;
             1362           (iii) provision of public services.

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             1363          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for
             1364      Community Development be non-lapsing subject to the
             1365      provisions of UCA 63-38-8.1.
             1366          Funds encumbered to pay contractual obligations issued
             1367      prior to May 1 shall also be considered non-lapsing.
             1368      Item 106    To Department of Community & Economic Development - Zoos
             1369      From General Fund    1,398,700
             1370      From General Fund, One-time    200,000
                  1371      Schedule of Programs:
             1372      Zoos    1,598,700
             1373      Item 107    To Department of Community & Economic Development -
             1374      Community Development Capital Budget
             1375      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    1,698,200
             1376      From Permanent Community Impact    17,138,000
                  1377      Schedule of Programs:
             1378      Permanent Community Impact Board    17,138,000
             1379      Special Service Districts    1,698,200
             1380      Restricted Revenue - Economic Development & Human Resources
             1381      Item 108    To Permanent Community Impact Fund
             1382      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    16,387,500
             1383      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus    1,540,000
                  1384      Schedule of Programs:
             1385      Permanent Community Impact Fund    17,927,500
             1386      Item 109    To Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund
             1387      From General Fund    1,761,400
             1388      From General Fund, One-time    200,000
             1389      From Federal Funds    2,690,000
                  1390      Schedule of Programs:
             1391      Olene Walker Housing Trust Fund    4,651,400
             1392      Item 110    To General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund
             1393      From General Fund    200,000
             1394      From General Fund, One-time    200,000
                  1395      Schedule of Programs:
             1396      General Fund Restricted - Homeless Trust Fund    400,000
             1397      Health & Human Services
             1398      Department of Health
             1399      Item 111    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
             1400      From General Fund    5,519,900

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             1401      From General Fund, One-time    33,900
             1402      From Federal Funds    18,478,400
             1403      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,567,000
             1404      From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Organ Transplant Account    100,000
             1405      From Organ Donation Contribution Fund    113,000
             1406      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    554,800
             1407      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (407,900)
                  1408      Schedule of Programs:
             1409      Executive Director    2,032,300
             1410      Program Operations    3,484,600
             1411      Medical Examiner    1,926,200
             1412      Bio Terrorism Grants    14,670,400
             1413      Center for Health Data    4,845,600
             1414      Item 112    To Department of Health - Health Systems Improvement
             1415      From General Fund    4,146,700
             1416      From General Fund, One-time    130,400
             1417      From Federal Funds    4,415,300
             1418      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,100,700
             1419      From Revenue Transfers    140,000
             1420      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    407,400
             1421      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (320,000)
                  1422      Schedule of Programs:
             1423      Director's Office    1,113,800
             1424      Emergency Medical Services    4,706,100
             1425      Licensing    3,046,200
             1426      Program Certification and Resident Assessment    3,450,400
             1427      Primary Care Grants    704,000
             1428          It is the intent of the Legislature that the fees collected for
             1429      the purpose of plan reviews by the Bureau of Licensing be
             1430      considered nonlapsing.
             1431          It is the intent of the Legislature that civil money penalties
             1432      collected for child care and health care provider violations be
             1433      considered nonlapsing.
             1434          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds for the Primary
             1435      Care Grants Program be considered nonlapsing.
             1436          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for the
             1437      Primary Care Grants Program not be expended for
             1438      inter-departmental projects except for Community Partnered

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             1439      Mobile Dental Services.
             1440      Item 113    To Department of Health - Workforce Financial Assistance
             1441      From General Fund    419,700
             1442      From General Fund, One-time    200
             1443      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    945,100
             1444      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (370,100)
                  1445      Schedule of Programs:
             1446      Workforce Financial Assistance    994,900
             1447      Item 114    To Department of Health - Epidemiology and Laboratory Services
             1448      From General Fund    4,188,600
             1449      From General Fund, One-time    28,400
             1450      From Federal Funds    7,586,600
             1451      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,948,900
             1452      From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    293,600
             1453      From Revenue Transfers    7,000
                  1454      Schedule of Programs:
             1455      Director's Office    476,900
             1456      Environmental Testing and Toxicology    2,544,000
             1457      Laboratory Improvement    996,800
             1458      Microbiology    1,808,400
             1459      Communicable Disease Control    6,744,900
             1460      Epidemiology    2,482,100
             1461      Item 115    To Department of Health - Community and Family Health
             1462      Services
             1463      From General Fund    8,484,400
             1464      From General Fund, One-time    26,000
             1465      From Federal Funds    61,403,200
             1466      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    14,410,300
             1467      From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    3,131,500
             1468      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    6,149,000
             1469      From Revenue Transfers    4,691,900
                  1470      Schedule of Programs:
             1471      Director's Office    2,249,700
             1472      Health Promotion    18,853,100
             1473      Maternal and Child Health    53,226,000
             1474      Children with Special Health Care Needs    23,967,500
             1475          It is the intent of the Legislature that funding for alcohol,
             1476      tobacco, and other drug prevention, reduction, cessation, and

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             1477      control programs be considered nonlapsing.
             1478      Item 116    To Department of Health - Health Care Financing
             1479      From General Fund    9,592,100
             1480      From General Fund, One-time    104,000
             1481      From Federal Funds    39,557,600
             1482      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,901,000
             1483      From Revenue Transfers    11,208,400
                  1484      Schedule of Programs:
             1485      Director's Office    4,118,300
             1486      Financial Services    7,203,900
             1487      Managed Health Care    2,464,800
             1488      Medical Claims    3,152,200
             1489      Eligibility Services    15,527,300
             1490      Coverage and Reimbursement    3,068,800
             1491      Contracts    35,827,800
             1492      Item 117    To Department of Health - Medical Assistance
             1493      From General Fund    250,458,000
             1494      From General Fund, One-time    1,008,000
             1495      From Federal Funds    978,047,900
             1496      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    74,601,100
             1497      From Revenue Transfers    100,878,800
             1498      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    476,400
                  1499      Schedule of Programs:
             1500      Medicaid Base Program    1,211,288,000
             1501      Title XIX for Human Services    190,014,100
             1502      DOH Health Clinics    4,168,100
             1503          It is the intent of the Legislature to improve the oral health
             1504      status, and thereby improve the overall health of low-income
             1505      Utahns through increased utilization and access to dental
             1506      services for Medicaid recipients, especially people with
             1507      disabilities and children. It is intended that this be
             1508      accomplished as funding permits, by (1) increasing the
             1509      participation of dentists in the Medicaid program by increasing
             1510      the Medicaid reimbursement for dental services, (2)
             1511      implementing a case management system to encourage more
             1512      appropriate and timely access of Medicaid dental benefits by
             1513      Medicaid recipients, and (3) implementing an early
             1514      intervention/prevention and education program aimed at

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             1515      increasing the awareness of the importance of oral health
             1516      among this population.
             1517          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
             1518      Health continue to reimburse nursing care facilities based on
             1519      the Resources Utilization Group System (RUGS) which went
             1520      into effect in FY 2003. It is further the intent of the Legislature
             1521      that the Department maintain a rule which phases out over a
             1522      three year period ending December 31, 2005, the component of
             1523      property payments which is based on varying individual
             1524      nursing facility property costs.
             1525          It is the intent of the Legislature to encourage the
             1526      Department of Health to consider replacing the current
             1527      property component of the Medicaid reimbursement system
             1528      called Resource Utilization Groups (RUGS) with a fair rental
             1529      market value model which compensates skilled and
             1530      intermediate care facilities for capital improvements. It is
             1531      further the intent of the Legislature to encourage the
             1532      Department to consider that capital improvements recognized
             1533      under the fair rental model not be based on traditional
             1534      cost-based methods to calculate property rates or individual
             1535      facility appraisal methodologies. It is the intent of the
             1536      Legislature that the Department of Health report on the
             1537      implementation of this program during the 2005 General
             1538      Session.
             1539          It is the intent of the Legislature that $3,576,500
             1540      ($1,000,000 General Fund) in one-time FY 2005 funding be
             1541      utilized for dental services for Medicaid clients who are aged,
             1542      blind, or disabled. This funding is for root canals and related
             1543      services. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             1544      Department of Health discontinue these services any time
             1545      during FY 2005 when this allocation is completely spent.
             1546      Item 118    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
             1547      From Federal Funds    28,917,300
             1548      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    650,000
             1549      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    7,006,200
             1550      From Revenue Transfers    135,400
                  1551      Schedule of Programs:
             1552      Children's Health Insurance Program    36,708,900

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             1553      Item 119    To Department of Health - Local Health Departments
             1554      From General Fund    2,026,900
             1555      From General Fund, One-time    14,300
                  1556      Schedule of Programs:
             1557      Local Health Department Funding    2,041,200
             1558      Department of Human Services
             1559      Item 120    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director
             1560      Operations
             1561      From General Fund    7,674,000
             1562      From General Fund, One-time    54,900
             1563      From Federal Funds    9,062,700
             1564      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,933,100
             1565      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    824,900
             1566      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    152,400
                  1567      Schedule of Programs:
             1568      Executive Director's Office    1,849,100
             1569      Legal Affairs    1,363,500
             1570      Information Technology    4,215,600
             1571      Administrative Support    3,231,800
             1572      Fiscal Operations    2,692,400
             1573      Human Resources    2,261,100
             1574      Local Discretionary    1,492,000
             1575      Special Projects    40,500
             1576      Services Review    1,138,000
             1577      Developmental Disabilities Council    758,800
             1578      Foster Care Citizens Review Boards    659,200
             1579          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated to
             1580      the Office of Technology in the Executive Director Operations
             1581      budget for e-REP enhancements are non-lapsing.
             1582      Item 121    To Department of Human Services - Drug Courts/Boards
             1583      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    1,647,200
                  1584      Schedule of Programs:
             1585      Drug Board    350,900
             1586      Drug Courts    1,296,300
             1587      Item 122    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse
             1588      and Mental Health
             1589      From General Fund    66,980,000
             1590      From General Fund, One-time    337,900

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             1591      From Federal Funds    26,220,900
             1592      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,822,100
             1593      From General Fund Restricted - Intoxicated Driver Rehabilitation    1,200,000
             1594      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    9,904,900
             1595      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    243,600
                  1596      Schedule of Programs:
             1597      Administration    2,343,100
             1598      Community Mental Health Services    5,926,100
             1599      Mental Health Centers    23,079,400
             1600      Residential Mental Health Services    2,819,800
             1601      State Hospital    42,840,900
             1602      State Substance Abuse Services    5,940,300
             1603      Local Substance Abuse Services    23,559,800
             1604      Drivers Under the Influence    1,200,000
             1605      Item 123    To Department of Human Services - Division of Services for
             1606      People with Disabilities
             1607      From General Fund    42,941,300
             1608      From General Fund, One-time    397,600
             1609      From Federal Funds    2,004,200
             1610      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,461,700
             1611      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    108,772,300
             1612      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    351,800
             1613      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    2,874,000
             1614      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (1,209,200)
                  1615      Schedule of Programs:
             1616      Administration    2,616,500
             1617      Service Delivery    12,951,400
             1618      State Developmental Center    33,026,800
             1619      DD/MR Waiver Services    102,682,300
             1620      Brain Injury Waiver Services    2,033,600
             1621      Physical Disability Waiver Services    1,670,200
             1622      Non-waiver Services    2,612,900
             1623          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for
             1624      cost of living increases for employees of private service
             1625      providers contracting with the Division of Services for People
             1626      with Disabilities and the Division of Child and Family Services
             1627      be used exclusively for that purpose. It is further the intent of
             1628      the Legislature that these divisions report to the Health and

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             1629      Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee during the
             1630      2005 General Session on the use of such funds, based on
             1631      reports from providers, regarding its distribution and impact on
             1632      salaries of various categories of staff, including, but not limited
             1633      to, administrators, supervisors and direct care workers.
             1634          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for
             1635      the home and community based services waiting list for people
             1636      with disabilities be used exclusively for direct services and
             1637      related support.
             1638          It is the intent of the Legislature that in renewing contracts
             1639      with private providers the Division of Services for People with
             1640      Disabilities shall consider prevailing labor market conditions.
             1641          It is the intent of the Legislature that rent collected from
             1642      individuals who occupy state owned group homes be applied to
             1643      the cost of maintaining these facilities. It is also the intent of
             1644      the Legislature that the Division of Services for People with
             1645      Disabilities provide an accounting of state owned group home
             1646      rents and costs to the Legislature or Office of Legislative Fiscal
             1647      Analyst.
             1648          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
             1649      Services for People with Disabilities use non-lapsing funds
             1650      carried over from FY 2004 to provide services for people
             1651      needing emergency services, aging out of state custody, child
             1652      welfare services and juvenile justice services, or being court
             1653      ordered into DSPD services. It is further the intent of the
             1654      Legislature that the Division will use generated budget savings
             1655      to continue funding services for these people by FY 2006. The
             1656      Division will report regularly to the Office of Legislative
             1657      Fiscal Analyst on progress in the efforts to generate these cost
             1658      savings.
             1659      Item 124    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
             1660      From General Fund    10,617,000
             1661      From General Fund, One-time    72,300
             1662      From Federal Funds    29,930,700
             1663      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,353,900
             1664      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    99,100
                  1665      Schedule of Programs:
             1666      Administration    1,473,700

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             1667      Financial Services    5,453,200
             1668      Electronic Technology    7,687,000
             1669      Child Support Services    22,797,200
             1670      Children in Care Collections    1,975,900
             1671      Attorney General Contract    3,481,200
             1672      Medical Collections    2,204,800
             1673          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated to
             1674      the Office of Recovery Services for e-REP enhancements are
             1675      non-lapsing.
             1676      Item 125    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family
             1677      Services
             1678      From General Fund    64,456,900
             1679      From General Fund, One-time    434,200
             1680      From Federal Funds    45,917,600
             1681      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,401,600
             1682      From General Fund Restricted - Children's Trust    400,000
             1683      From General Fund Restricted - Domestic Violence    700,000
             1684      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    17,333,300
             1685      From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    105,000
             1686      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    238,700
                  1687      Schedule of Programs:
             1688      Administration    3,477,200
             1689      Service Delivery    59,794,900
             1690      In-Home Services    1,925,700
             1691      Out-of-Home Care    29,831,300
             1692      Facility Based Services    3,606,500
             1693      Minor Grants    4,706,300
             1694      Selected Programs    3,563,000
             1695      Special Needs    1,752,300
             1696      Domestic Violence Services    5,179,400
             1697      Children's Trust Fund    400,000
             1698      Adoption Assistance    11,897,100
             1699      Child Welfare Management Information System    4,853,600
             1700          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for
             1701      cost of living increases for employees of private service
             1702      providers contracting with the Division of Services for People
             1703      with Disabilities and the Division of Child and Family Services
             1704      be used exclusively for that purpose. It is further the intent of

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             1705      the Legislature that these divisions report to the Health and
             1706      Human Services Appropriations Subcommittee during the
             1707      2005 General Session on the use of such funds, based on
             1708      reports from providers, regarding its distribution and impact on
             1709      salaries of various categories of staff, including, but not limited
             1710      to, administrators, supervisors and direct care workers.
             1711          It is the intent of the Legislature that funds appropriated for
             1712      the Adoption Assistance program and the Out of Home Care
             1713      program in the Division of Child and Family Services not lapse
             1714      at the end of FY 2005. It is further the intent of the Legislature
             1715      that these funds be used for Adoption Assistance and Out of
             1716      Home Care programs.
             1717      Item 126    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult
             1718      Services
             1719      From General Fund    11,572,300
             1720      From General Fund, One-time    220,100
             1721      From Federal Funds    8,923,500
             1722      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    52,500
             1723      From Revenue Transfers - Department of Health - Medical Assistance    339,400
                  1724      Schedule of Programs:
             1725      Administration    1,394,300
             1726      Local Government Grants    14,153,100
             1727      Non-Formula Funds    2,472,100
             1728      Adult Protective Services    3,088,300
             1729      Department of Human Services Internal Service Funds
             1730      Item 127    To Department of Human Services - Internal Service Funds
             1731      From Dedicated Credits - Intragovernmental Revenue    4,029,500
                  1732      Schedule of Programs:
             1733      ISF - DHS General Services    1,440,000
             1734      ISF - DHS Data Processing    2,589,500
             1735      Total FTE    31.5
             1736      Higher Education
             1737      University of Utah
             1738      Item 128    To University of Utah - Education and General
             1739      From General Fund    84,543,400
             1740      From General Fund, One-time    1,077,400
             1741      From Income Tax    95,000,000
             1742      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    104,181,500

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             1743      From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    502,100
             1744      From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    4,284,500
             1745      From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    4,000,000
                  1746      Schedule of Programs:
             1747      Education and General    293,588,900
             1748           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             1749      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             1750      in an equitable manner.
             1751           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             1752      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             1753      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             1754      and only for O&M purposes.
             1755          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             1756      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             1757      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             1758      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             1759      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             1760      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             1761      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             1762      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             1763      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             1764      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             1765      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             1766      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             1767      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             1768      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             1769      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             1770      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             1771      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             1772      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             1773      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             1774      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             1775      implemented by FY 2007.
             1776           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             1777      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             1778      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             1779      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             1780           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of

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             1781      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             1782      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             1783      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             1784      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             1785      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             1786      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             1787      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             1788      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             1789      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             1790      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             1791      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             1792      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             1793      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             1794           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             1795      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             1796      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             1797      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             1798      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             1799      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             1800      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             1801      employee compensation.
             1802          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             1803      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             1804      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             1805      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             1806      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             1807      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             1808      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             1809      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             1810      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             1811      Community College 5%.
             1812          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             1813      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             1814      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             1815      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             1816      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             1817      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             1818      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as

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             1819      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             1820      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             1821      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             1822      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             1823      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             1824      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             1825          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             1826      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             1827      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             1828      Item 129    To University of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
             1829      From General Fund    705,400
             1830      From General Fund, One-time    3,500
             1831      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    34,500
                  1832      Schedule of Programs:
             1833      Educationally Disadvantaged    743,400
             1834      Item 130    To University of Utah - School of Medicine
             1835      From General Fund    20,426,700
             1836      From General Fund, One-time    129,700
             1837      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    10,918,200
                  1838      Schedule of Programs:
             1839      School of Medicine    31,474,600
             1840           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             1841      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             1842      in an equitable manner.
             1843           In order to assure the Legislature that the University of
             1844      Utah's School of
             1845           Medicine is selecting and graduating the most highly
             1846      qualified and competent doctors for the citizens of Utah, it is
             1847      the intent of the Legislature that the University of Utah's
             1848      School of Medicine present a report to the Higher Education
             1849      Appropriation Subcommittee on their full implementation of
             1850      admission standards, policies and practices.
             1851      Item 131    To University of Utah - University Hospital
             1852      From General Fund    4,399,200
             1853      From General Fund, One-time    46,500
             1854      From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    455,800
                  1855      Schedule of Programs:
             1856      University Hospital    4,423,400

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             1857      Miners' Hospital    478,100
             1858           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             1859      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             1860      in an equitable manner.
             1861           It is the intent of the Legislature that the Miners Hospital
             1862      pays $100,000 for the disabled miners settlement from the
             1863      Land Grant Trust Fund until 2008. It is further the intent of the
             1864      Legislature that the Miners Hospital prepare an annual report
             1865      documenting the service provided to disabled miners and an
             1866      accounting of the Land Grant Management Funds. It is further
             1867      the intent of the Legislature that these funds shall not be used
             1868      to subsidize the Orem Clinic of the University Hospitals and
             1869      Clinics.
             1870      Item 132    To University of Utah - Regional Dental Education Program
             1871      From General Fund    557,900
             1872      From General Fund, One-time    700
             1873      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    120,900
                  1874      Schedule of Programs:
             1875      Regional Dental Education Program    679,500
             1876      Item 133    To University of Utah - Public Service
             1877      From General Fund    1,328,700
             1878      From General Fund, One-time    9,600
                  1879      Schedule of Programs:
             1880      Seismograph Stations    403,200
             1881      Museum of Natural History    822,500
             1882      State Arboretum    112,600
             1883      Item 134    To University of Utah - Statewide TV Administration
             1884      From General Fund    2,400,300
             1885      From General Fund, One-time    16,300
                  1886      Schedule of Programs:
             1887      Public Broadcasting    2,416,600
             1888      Item 135    To University of Utah - Poison Control Center
             1889      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,374,400
                  1890      Schedule of Programs:
             1891      Poison Control Center    1,374,400
             1892           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             1893      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             1894      in an equitable manner.

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             1895      Utah State University
             1896      Item 136    To Utah State University - Education and General
             1897      From General Fund    97,268,800
             1898      From General Fund, One-time    633,600
             1899      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    46,064,000
             1900      From Dedicated Credits - Land Grant    100,600
                  1901      Schedule of Programs:
             1902      Education and General    144,067,000
             1903           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             1904      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             1905      in an equitable manner.
             1906           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             1907      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             1908      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             1909      and only for O&M purposes.
             1910          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             1911      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             1912      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             1913      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             1914      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             1915      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             1916      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             1917      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             1918      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             1919      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             1920      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             1921      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             1922      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             1923      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             1924      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             1925      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             1926      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             1927      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             1928      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             1929      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             1930      implemented by FY 2007.
             1931           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             1932      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and

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             1933      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             1934      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             1935           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             1936      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             1937      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             1938      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             1939      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             1940      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             1941      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             1942      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             1943      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             1944      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             1945      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             1946      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             1947      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             1948      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             1949           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             1950      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             1951      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             1952      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             1953      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             1954      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             1955      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             1956      employee compensation.
             1957          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             1958      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             1959      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             1960      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             1961      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             1962      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             1963      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             1964      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             1965      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             1966      Community College 5%.
             1967           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             1968      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             1969      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             1970      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the

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             1971      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             1972      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             1973      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             1974      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             1975      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             1976      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             1977           It is the intent of the Legislature that to the extent allowed
             1978      by law, Utah State University may include in its annual fuel
             1979      and power budget request the payments to be made under an
             1980      Energy Savings Agreement entered into under the authority of
             1981      Section 63-9-67 for a Cogeneration and Central Chilled Water
             1982      Plant.
             1983          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             1984      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             1985      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             1986      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             1987      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             1988      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             1989      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             1990      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             1991      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             1992      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             1993      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             1994      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             1995      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             1996      Item 137    To Utah State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
             1997      From General Fund    230,500
             1998      From General Fund, One-time    1,300
                  1999      Schedule of Programs:
             2000      Educationally Disadvantaged    231,800
             2001      Item 138    To Utah State University - Uintah Basin Continuing Education
             2002      Center
             2003      From General Fund    2,761,400
             2004      From General Fund, One-time    17,200
             2005      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,213,300
                  2006      Schedule of Programs:
             2007      Uintah Basin Continuing Ed    5,991,900
             2008           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases

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             2009      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2010      in an equitable manner.
             2011      Item 139    To Utah State University - Southeastern Utah Continuing
             2012      Education Center
             2013      From General Fund    632,500
             2014      From General Fund, One-time    2,000
             2015      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    500,700
             2016      From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    28,100
                  2017      Schedule of Programs:
             2018      Southeastern Utah Continuing Ed    1,163,300
             2019           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2020      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2021      in an equitable manner.
             2022      Item 140    To Utah State University - Brigham City Continuing Education
             2023      Center
             2024      From General Fund    439,400
             2025      From General Fund, One-time    1,600
             2026      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,382,300
                  2027      Schedule of Programs:
             2028      Brigham City Continuing Education Center    1,823,300
             2029           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2030      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2031      in an equitable manner.
             2032      Item 141    To Utah State University - Tooele Continuing Education Center
             2033      From General Fund    1,044,900
             2034      From General Fund, One-time    2,900
             2035      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,904,500
                  2036      Schedule of Programs:
             2037      Tooele Continuing Education Center    3,952,300
             2038           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2039      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2040      in an equitable manner.
             2041      Item 142    To Utah State University - Water Research Laboratory
             2042      From General Fund    1,523,000
             2043      From General Fund, One-time    7,200
             2044      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    799,600
                  2045      Schedule of Programs:
             2046      Water Research Laboratory    2,329,800

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             2047           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2048      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2049      in an equitable manner.
             2050      Item 143    To Utah State University - Agricultural Experiment Station
             2051      From General Fund    11,656,100
             2052      From General Fund, One-time    248,700
             2053      From Federal Funds    1,813,800
             2054      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    630,000
                  2055      Schedule of Programs:
             2056      Agriculture Experimentation Centers    14,348,600
             2057           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2058      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2059      in an equitable manner.
             2060      Item 144    To Utah State University - Cooperative Extension
             2061      From General Fund    11,280,900
             2062      From General Fund, One-time    79,600
             2063      From Federal Funds    2,088,500
             2064      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    150,000
                  2065      Schedule of Programs:
             2066      Cooperative Extension    13,599,000
             2067           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2068      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2069      in an equitable manner.
             2070      Weber State University
             2071      Item 145    To Weber State University - Education and General
             2072      From General Fund    56,107,000
             2073      From General Fund, One-time    353,400
             2074      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    38,228,500
                  2075      Schedule of Programs:
             2076      Education and General    94,688,900
             2077           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2078      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2079      in an equitable manner.
             2080           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2081      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2082      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2083      and only for O&M purposes.
             2084          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of

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             2085      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2086      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2087      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2088      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2089      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2090      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2091      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2092      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2093      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2094      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2095      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2096      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2097      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2098      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2099      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2100      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2101      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2102      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2103      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2104      implemented by FY 2007.
             2105           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2106      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2107      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2108      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2109           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2110      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2111      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2112      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2113      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2114      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2115      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2116      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2117      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2118      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2119      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2120      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2121      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2122      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.

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             2123           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2124      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2125      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2126      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2127      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2128      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2129      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2130      employee compensation.
             2131          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2132      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2133      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2134      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2135      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2136      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2137      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2138      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2139      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2140      Community College 5%.
             2141           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2142      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2143      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2144      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2145      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2146      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2147      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2148      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2149      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2150      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2151          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2152      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2153      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2154      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2155      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2156      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2157      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2158      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2159      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2160      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for

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             2161      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2162      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2163      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2164          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2165      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2166      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2167      Item 146    To Weber State University - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2168      From General Fund    328,700
             2169      From General Fund, One-time    3,000
                  2170      Schedule of Programs:
             2171      Educationally Disadvantaged    331,700
             2172      Southern Utah University
             2173      Item 147    To Southern Utah University - Education and General
             2174      From General Fund    26,361,700
             2175      From General Fund, One-time    225,600
             2176      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    12,233,700
                  2177      Schedule of Programs:
             2178      Education and General    38,821,000
             2179           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2180      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2181      in an equitable manner.
             2182           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2183      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2184      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2185      and only for O&M purposes.
             2186          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2187      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2188      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2189      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2190      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2191      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2192      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2193      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2194      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2195      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2196      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2197      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2198      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that

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             2199      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2200      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2201      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2202      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2203      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2204      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2205      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2206      implemented by FY 2007.
             2207           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2208      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2209      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2210      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2211           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2212      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2213      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2214      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2215      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2216      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2217      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2218      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2219      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2220      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2221      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2222      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2223      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2224      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2225           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2226      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2227      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2228      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2229      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2230      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2231      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2232      employee compensation.
             2233          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2234      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2235      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2236      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed

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             2237      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2238      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2239      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2240      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2241      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2242      Community College 5%.
             2243           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2244      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2245      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2246      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2247      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2248      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2249      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2250      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2251      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2252      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2253          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2254      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2255      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2256      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2257      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2258      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2259      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2260      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2261      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2262      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2263      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2264      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2265      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2266          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2267      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2268      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2269      Item 148    To Southern Utah University - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2270      From General Fund    92,400
             2271      From General Fund, One-time    500
                  2272      Schedule of Programs:
             2273      Educationally Disadvantaged    92,900
             2274      Item 149    To Southern Utah University - Shakespeare Festival

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             2275      From General Fund    12,500
                  2276      Schedule of Programs:
             2277      Shakespeare Festival    12,500
             2278      Item 150    To Southern Utah University - Rural Development
             2279      From General Fund    98,100
                  2280      Schedule of Programs:
             2281      Rural Development    98,100
             2282      Snow College
             2283      Item 151    To Snow College - Education and General
             2284      From General Fund    15,974,000
             2285      From General Fund, One-time    79,200
             2286      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    4,517,300
                  2287      Schedule of Programs:
             2288      Education and General    20,570,500
             2289           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2290      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2291      in an equitable manner.
             2292           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2293      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2294      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2295      and only for O&M purposes.
             2296          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2297      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2298      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2299      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2300      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2301      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2302      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2303      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2304      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2305      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2306      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2307      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2308      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2309      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2310      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2311      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2312      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded

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             2313      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2314      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2315      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2316      implemented by FY 2007.
             2317           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2318      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2319      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2320      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2321           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2322      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2323      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2324      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2325      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2326      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2327      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2328      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2329      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2330      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2331      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2332      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2333      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2334      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2335           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2336      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2337      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2338      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2339      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2340      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2341      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2342      employee compensation.
             2343          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2344      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2345      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2346      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2347      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2348      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2349      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2350      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern

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             2351      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2352      Community College 5%.
             2353           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2354      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2355      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2356      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2357      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2358      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2359      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2360      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2361      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2362      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2363          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2364      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2365      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2366      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2367      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2368      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2369      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2370      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2371      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2372      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2373      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2374      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2375      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2376      Item 152    To Snow College - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2377      From General Fund    32,000
                  2378      Schedule of Programs:
             2379      Educationally Disadvantaged    32,000
             2380      Item 153    To Snow College - Applied Technology Education
             2381      From General Fund    1,268,100
             2382      From General Fund, One-time    30,900
                  2383      Schedule of Programs:
             2384      Applied Technology Education    1,299,000
             2385          It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2386      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2387      in an equitable manner.
             2388      Dixie State College of Utah

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             2389      Item 154    To Dixie State College of Utah - Education and General
             2390      From General Fund    16,578,700
             2391      From General Fund, One-time    91,200
             2392      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    7,538,400
                  2393      Schedule of Programs:
             2394      Education and General    24,208,300
             2395           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2396      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2397      in an equitable manner.
             2398           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2399      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2400      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2401      and only for O&M purposes.
             2402          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2403      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2404      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2405      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2406      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2407      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2408      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2409      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2410      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2411      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2412      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2413      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2414      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2415      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2416      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2417      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2418      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2419      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2420      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2421      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2422      implemented by FY 2007.
             2423           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2424      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2425      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2426      November 1 of each fiscal year.

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             2427           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2428      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2429      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2430      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2431      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2432      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2433      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2434      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2435      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2436      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2437      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2438      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2439      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2440      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2441           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2442      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2443      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2444      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2445      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2446      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2447      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2448      employee compensation.
             2449          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2450      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2451      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2452      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2453      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2454      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2455      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2456      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2457      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2458      Community College 5%.
             2459           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2460      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2461      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2462      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2463      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2464      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the

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             2465      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2466      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2467      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2468      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2469          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2470      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2471      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2472      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2473      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2474      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2475      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2476      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2477      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2478      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2479      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2480      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2481      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2482          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2483      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2484      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2485      Item 155    To Dixie State College of Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2486      From General Fund    30,600
                  2487      Schedule of Programs:
             2488      Educationally Disadvantaged    30,600
             2489      Item 156    To Dixie State College of Utah - Zion Park Amphitheater
             2490      From General Fund    56,800
             2491      From General Fund, One-time    200
             2492      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    32,500
                  2493      Schedule of Programs:
             2494      Zion Park Amphitheater    89,500
             2495      College of Eastern Utah
             2496      Item 157    To College of Eastern Utah - Education and General
             2497      From General Fund    10,288,300
             2498      From General Fund, One-time    57,600
             2499      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,001,700
                  2500      Schedule of Programs:
             2501      Education and General    12,347,600
             2502           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases

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             2503      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2504      in an equitable manner.
             2505           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2506      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2507      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2508      and only for O&M purposes.
             2509          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2510      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2511      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2512      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2513      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2514      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2515      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2516      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2517      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2518      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2519      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2520      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2521      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2522      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2523      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2524      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2525      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2526      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2527      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2528      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2529      implemented by FY 2007.
             2530           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2531      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2532      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2533      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2534           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2535      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2536      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2537      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2538      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2539      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2540      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is

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             2541      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2542      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2543      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2544      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2545      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2546      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2547      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2548           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2549      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2550      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2551      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2552      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2553      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2554      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2555      employee compensation.
             2556          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2557      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2558      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2559      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2560      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2561      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2562      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2563      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2564      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2565      Community College 5%.
             2566           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2567      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2568      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2569      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2570      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2571      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2572      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2573      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2574      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2575      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2576          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2577      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2578      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher

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             2579      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2580      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2581      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2582      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2583      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2584      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2585      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2586      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2587      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2588      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2589          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2590      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2591      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2592      Item 158    To College of Eastern Utah - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2593      From General Fund    117,300
             2594      From General Fund, One-time    100
                  2595      Schedule of Programs:
             2596      Educationally Disadvantaged    117,400
             2597      Item 159    To College of Eastern Utah - Prehistoric Museum
             2598      From General Fund    183,900
             2599      From General Fund, One-time    1,500
             2600      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,000
                  2601      Schedule of Programs:
             2602      Prehistoric Museum    186,400
             2603      Item 160    To College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
             2604      From General Fund    1,840,300
             2605      From General Fund, One-time    11,800
             2606      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    769,700
                  2607      Schedule of Programs:
             2608      San Juan Center Academic    2,621,800
             2609           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2610      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2611      in an equitable manner.
             2612      Item 161    To College of Eastern Utah - Price Campus
             2613      From General Fund    137,200
             2614      From General Fund, One-time    1,000
                  2615      Schedule of Programs:
             2616      Distance Education    138,200

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             2617      Item 162    To College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center
             2618      From General Fund    137,000
             2619      From General Fund, One-time    1,100
                  2620      Schedule of Programs:
             2621      Distance Education    138,100
             2622      Utah Valley State College
             2623      Item 163    To Utah Valley State College - Education and General
             2624      From General Fund    41,567,100
             2625      From General Fund, One-time    247,600
             2626      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    49,770,300
                  2627      Schedule of Programs:
             2628      Education and General    91,585,000
             2629           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2630      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2631      in an equitable manner.
             2632           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2633      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2634      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2635      and only for O&M purposes.
             2636          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2637      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2638      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2639      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2640      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2641      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2642      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2643      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2644      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2645      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2646      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2647      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2648      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2649      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2650      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2651      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2652      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2653      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2654      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for

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             2655      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2656      implemented by FY 2007.
             2657           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2658      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2659      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2660      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2661           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2662      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2663      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2664      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2665      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2666      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2667      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2668      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2669      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2670      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2671      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2672      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2673      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2674      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2675           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2676      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2677      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2678      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2679      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2680      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2681      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2682      employee compensation.
             2683          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2684      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2685      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2686      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2687      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2688      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2689      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2690      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2691      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2692      Community College 5%.

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             2693           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2694      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2695      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2696      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2697      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2698      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2699      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2700      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2701      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2702      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2703          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2704      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2705      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2706      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2707      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2708      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2709      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2710      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2711      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2712      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2713      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2714      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2715      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2716          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2717      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2718      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2719      Item 164    To Utah Valley State College - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2720      From General Fund    134,000
             2721      From General Fund, One-time    700
                  2722      Schedule of Programs:
             2723      Educationally Disadvantaged    134,700
             2724      Salt Lake Community College
             2725      Item 165    To Salt Lake Community College - Education and General
             2726      From General Fund    50,418,500
             2727      From General Fund, One-time    281,800
             2728      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    33,912,900
                  2729      Schedule of Programs:
             2730      Education and General    84,613,200

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             2731           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2732      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2733      in an equitable manner.
             2734           It is the intent of the Legislature that all Utah System of
             2735      Higher Education institutions use facility operation and
             2736      maintenance (O&M) funding consistent with State Agencies
             2737      and only for O&M purposes.
             2738          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2739      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2740      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2741      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2742      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2743      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2744      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2745      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2746      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2747      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2748      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2749      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2750      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2751      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2752      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2753      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2754      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2755      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2756      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2757      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2758      implemented by FY 2007.
             2759           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2760      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2761      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2762      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2763           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2764      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2765      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2766      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2767      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2768      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of

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             2769      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2770      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2771      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2772      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2773      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2774      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2775      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher
             2776      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2777           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2778      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2779      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2780      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2781      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2782      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2783      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2784      employee compensation.
             2785          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2786      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2787      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2788      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2789      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2790      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2791      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2792      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2793      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2794      Community College 5%.
             2795           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2796      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2797      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2798      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2799      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2800      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2801      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2802      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2803      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2804      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2805          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2806      higher education be given full flexibility to address the

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             2807      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2808      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2809      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2810      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2811      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2812      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2813      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall
             2814      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2815      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2816      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2817      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2818          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2819      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2820      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2821      Item 166    To Salt Lake Community College - Educationally Disadvantaged
             2822      From General Fund    178,400
                  2823      Schedule of Programs:
             2824      Educationally Disadvantaged    178,400
             2825      Item 167    To Salt Lake Community College - Skill Center
             2826      From General Fund    3,958,400
             2827      From General Fund, One-time    25,800
             2828      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    878,300
                  2829      Schedule of Programs:
             2830      Skills Center    4,862,500
             2831           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2832      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2833      in an equitable manner.
             2834      State Board of Regents
             2835      Item 168    To State Board of Regents - Administration
             2836      From General Fund    3,275,000
             2837      From General Fund, One-time    11,400
             2838      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    90,800
                  2839      Schedule of Programs:
             2840      Administration    2,991,500
             2841      Prison Recidivism    385,700
             2842           It is the intent of the Legislature that any salary increases
             2843      be distributed to faculty, professional and classified employees
             2844      in an equitable manner.

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             2845          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Council of
             2846      Presidents and representatives of the Board of Regents working
             2847      in conjunction with legislators, the Legislative Fiscal Analyst
             2848      and a representative of the Governor's Office review and refine
             2849      the funding formula for the Utah System of Higher Education.
             2850      It is the intent of the Legislature that any proposed formula
             2851      reduce dependence on growth funding, link to measurable
             2852      system-wide and institutional specific performance indicators,
             2853      respond to changes in costs of instruction due to the
             2854      implementation of technology or the utilization of cost saving
             2855      measures, and respond to market demand and student
             2856      performance as well as recognized differences in institutional
             2857      roles and mission. It is further the intent of the Legislature that
             2858      the following policy and funding issues be included for
             2859      consideration: (1) fuel and power rate increases; (2) operation
             2860      and maintenance of new facilities; (4) financial aid; (5) second
             2861      tier tuition; (6) developmental education; and (7) unfunded
             2862      enrollment growth. It is also the intent of the Legislature that
             2863      the proposed funding mechanism including the plan for
             2864      eliminating the back log of unfunded enrollment be
             2865      implemented by FY 2007.
             2866           It is the intent of the Legislature that the USHE complete
             2867      and submit all financial reports (i.e. A-1s, R-1s, S-10s, and
             2868      S-12s, etc.) to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by
             2869      November 1 of each fiscal year.
             2870           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2871      Regents be directed to closely supervise the fuel and power
             2872      budgets with the intent of promoting greater energy efficiency
             2873      on each campus. It is also the intent of the Legislature that the
             2874      Board of Regents report during the interim to the
             2875      Subcommittee on Higher Education on the implementation of
             2876      long term plans to control and manage energy costs. It is
             2877      further the intent of the Legislature, that the energy work group
             2878      consisting of members from higher education, the Office of the
             2879      Legislative Fiscal Analyst, the Governors Office of Planning
             2880      and Budget, and Utah Energy Office continue to develop a
             2881      viable plan to manage the energy costs for all State entities
             2882      including higher and public education, and report to the Higher

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             2883      Education Appropriation Subcommittee in the interim.
             2884           It is the intent of the Legislature that the proposed 4.5
             2885      percent first tier tuition increase for FY 2005 be reduced by 1.5
             2886      percent. The remaining 3.0 percent tuition increase shall be
             2887      used to cover the compensation package. It is also the intent of
             2888      the Legislature that the Fiscal Analysts Office be directed to
             2889      make other adjustments to the 1st-tier tuition rate to reflect the
             2890      final decision of the Executive Appropriation Committee for
             2891      employee compensation.
             2892          It is the intent of the Legislature that presidents be allowed
             2893      to use the second-tier tuition to cover institutional needs on the
             2894      USHE campuses. It is also the intent of the Legislature that,
             2895      undergraduate tuition increases for the second-tier not exceed
             2896      the proposed percentages for each campus for FY 2005 as
             2897      noted: University of Utah 7%, Utah State University 6%,
             2898      Weber State University 7%, Southern Utah University 8%,
             2899      Snow College 6%, Dixie State College 5%, College of Eastern
             2900      Utah 5%, Utah Valley State College 11.5%, and Salt Lake
             2901      Community College 5%.
             2902           It is the intent of the Legislature that a study be performed
             2903      of applied technology education in the state with the Utah
             2904      System of Higher Education, Public Education, and the Utah
             2905      College of Applied Technology, by the Office of the
             2906      Legislative Fiscal Analyst in conjunction with the Governors
             2907      Office of Planning and Budget. It is further the intent of the
             2908      Legislature that a written report be presented by October of
             2909      2005 to the Executive Appropriation Committee, and also
             2910      reported to the appropriate Legislative Appropriation
             2911      Subcommittees during the 2006 General Session.
             2912          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions of
             2913      higher education be given full flexibility to address the
             2914      $34,670,900 that had been previously identified by the Higher
             2915      Education Appropriations Subcommittee as the targets of
             2916      reallocating funds for the cost for fuel and power
             2917      ($21,372,600), operation and maintenance of new facilities
             2918      ($2,444,400), and student growth ($10,853,900), except as
             2919      appropriated by the Legislature for FY 2005. It is also the
             2920      intent of the Legislature that the $34,670,900 identified shall

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             2921      be the value used to offset future funding considerations for
             2922      fuel and power, operations and maintenance of new facilities,
             2923      and student growth, as allocated by the Commissioner of
             2924      Higher Education in consultation with institutional presidents.
             2925      Item 169    To State Board of Regents - Engineering Initiative
             2926      From General Fund    503,100
             2927      From General Fund, One-time    500,000
                  2928      Schedule of Programs:
             2929      Engineering Initiative    1,003,100
             2930      Item 170    To State Board of Regents - Federal Programs
             2931      From Federal Funds    301,600
                  2932      Schedule of Programs:
             2933      Federal Programs    301,600
             2934      Item 171    To State Board of Regents - Campus Compact
             2935      From General Fund    100,000
                  2936      Schedule of Programs:
             2937      Campus Compact    100,000
             2938      Item 172    To State Board of Regents - Student Aid
             2939      From General Fund    5,516,400
             2940      From General Fund, One-time    1,500,000
                  2941      Schedule of Programs:
             2942      Student Aid    3,580,200
             2943      Engineering Loan Repayment Program    50,000
             2944      Minority Scholarships    47,100
             2945      Tuition Assistance    47,100
             2946      New Century Scholarships    480,200
             2947      Utah Centennial Opportunity Program for Education    2,811,800
             2948      Item 173    To State Board of Regents - Western Interstate Commission for
             2949      Higher Education
             2950      From General Fund    1,020,900
                  2951      Schedule of Programs:
             2952      Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education    1,020,900
             2953      Item 174    To State Board of Regents - T.H. Bell Scholarship Program
             2954      From General Fund    621,200
             2955      From General Fund, One-time    400
             2956      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    175,000
                  2957      Schedule of Programs:
             2958      T.H. Bell Scholarship Program    796,600

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             2959      Item 175    To State Board of Regents - University Centers
             2960      From General Fund    257,600
                  2961      Schedule of Programs:
             2962      University Centers    257,600
             2963      Item 176    To State Board of Regents - Nursing Initiative
             2964      From General Fund    500,000
                  2965      Schedule of Programs:
             2966      Nursing Initiative    500,000
             2967          It is the intent of the Legislature that the institutions
             2968      receiving nursing initiative funding provide a one to one match
             2969      through internal reallocations or from private donations.
             2970      Item 177    To State Board of Regents - Higher Education Technology
             2971      Initiative
             2972      From General Fund    2,445,600
                  2973      Schedule of Programs:
             2974      Higher Education Technology Initiative    2,445,600
             2975      Item 178    To State Board of Regents - Electronic College
             2976      From General Fund    517,700
             2977      From General Fund, One-time    2,600
                  2978      Schedule of Programs:
             2979      Electronic College    520,300
             2980      Item 179    To State Board of Regents - Utah Academic Library Consortium
             2981      From General Fund    2,883,500
                  2982      Schedule of Programs:
             2983      Utah Academic Library Consortium    2,883,500
             2984           It is the intent of the Legislature that the State Board of
             2985      Regents in consultation with the Utah Academic Library
             2986      Consortium should coordinate the acquisition of library
             2987      materials for the ten USHE institutions.
             2988      Utah Education Network
             2989      Item 180    To Utah Education Network
             2990      From General Fund    13,598,700
             2991      From General Fund, One-time    945,300
             2992      From Federal Funds    4,705,600
             2993      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    508,000
                  2994      Schedule of Programs:
             2995      Administration    1,402,400
             2996      Operations and Maintenance    1,209,100

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             2997      Public Information    381,400
             2998      KULC Broadcast    667,100
             2999      Technical Services    12,878,600
             3000      Instructional Services    2,589,200
             3001      Instructional Delivery    629,800
             3002          The Legislature intends that the Utah Education Network
             3003      pursue the following performance goals in Fiscal Year 2005:
             3004      Internet Bandwidth Utilization: 65% of Capacity; Network
             3005      Health: 99% Reliability; Technology Delivered Instruction:
             3006      3,100 FTE Student; and Web Resources: 6,000,000 Visitors to
             3007      Top 25 Sites.
             3008      Item 181    To Utah Education Network - Satellite System
             3009      From General Fund    1,454,000
                  3010      Schedule of Programs:
             3011      UEN Satellite System    1,454,000
             3012      Medical Education Program
             3013      Item 182    To Medical Education Program
             3014      From General Fund    19,900
             3015      From General Fund, One-time    3,100
                  3016      Schedule of Programs:
             3017      Medical Education Program    23,000
             3018      Natural Resources
             3019      Department of Natural Resources
             3020      Item 183    To Department of Natural Resources - Administration
             3021      From General Fund    3,397,800
             3022      From General Fund, One-time    59,800
             3023      From Federal Funds    1,539,200
             3024      From Oil Overcharge - Exxon    1,261,000
             3025      From Oil Overcharge - Stripper Well Fund    411,300
                  3026      Schedule of Programs:
             3027      Executive Director    973,000
             3028      Administrative Services    1,467,900
             3029      Utah Energy Office    3,545,500
             3030      Public Affairs    344,100
             3031      Bear Lake Commission    68,700
             3032      Law Enforcement    121,400
             3033      Ombudsman    148,500
             3034          It is the intent of the Legislature that ongoing funding for

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             3035      the Bear Lake Regional Commission be expended only as a
             3036      one-to-one match with funds from the State of Idaho. The
             3037      $40,000 one-time General Fund appropriation in FY 2005 does
             3038      not require a match from the State of Idaho.
             3039      Item 184    To Department of Natural Resources - Species Protection
             3040      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,450,000
             3041      From General Fund Restricted - Species Protection    1,105,000
                  3042      Schedule of Programs:
             3043      Species Protection    3,555,000
             3044          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Department of
             3045      Natural Resources report to the Natural Resources,
             3046      Agriculture, and Environment Interim Committee on or before
             3047      their November, 2004 meeting, providing detailed information
             3048      on how funds are expended for the Colorado River, June
             3049      Sucker, and Virgin River plans, including detailed information
             3050      on contracts issued, deliverables required, and deliverables
             3051      accomplished.
             3052      Item 185    To Department of Natural Resources - Building Operations
             3053      From General Fund    1,660,700
                  3054      Schedule of Programs:
             3055      Building Operations    1,660,700
             3056      Item 186    To Department of Natural Resources - Forestry, Fire and State
             3057      Lands
             3058      From General Fund    2,908,400
             3059      From General Fund, One-time    (683,700)
             3060      From Federal Funds    5,080,300
             3061      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,245,600
             3062      From General Fund Restricted - Sovereign Land Management    3,019,500
                  3063      Schedule of Programs:
             3064      Director's Office    326,600
             3065      Administrative Services    373,200
             3066      Fire Suppression    2,300,600
             3067      Planning and Technology    138,100
             3068      Technical Assistance    736,300
             3069      Program Delivery    1,263,400
             3070      Lone Peak Center    3,246,900
             3071      Program Delivery Cooperators    5,185,000
             3072          It is the intent of the Legislature to allow the Department of

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             3073      Natural Resources (DNR) to expand its motor pool fleet by
             3074      three vehicles in FY 2005. These three vehicles are specialized
             3075      equipment used by the Division of Forestry, Fire and State
             3076      Lands in firefighting activities. In order for the Division of
             3077      Forestry, Fire and State Lands to purchase these vehicles, it
             3078      must provide up to $204,000 of contributed capital to the DNR
             3079      Motor Pool Internal Service Fund.
             3080      Item 187    To Department of Natural Resources - Oil, Gas and Mining
             3081      From General Fund    1,281,300
             3082      From General Fund, One-time    57,600
             3083      From Federal Funds    3,954,900
             3084      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    219,100
             3085      From General Fund Restricted - Oil & Gas Conservation Account    1,760,900
             3086      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    148,400
                  3087      Schedule of Programs:
             3088      Administration    1,259,000
             3089      Board    24,300
             3090      Oil and Gas Conservation    1,732,400
             3091      Minerals Reclamation    488,100
             3092      Coal Reclamation    1,654,200
             3093      OGM Misc. Nonlapsing    148,400
             3094      Abandoned Mine    2,115,800
             3095          It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to
             3096      the Minerals Reclamation Program be nonlapsing.
             3097      Item 188    To Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources
             3098      From General Fund    2,740,900
             3099      From General Fund, One-time    13,700
             3100      From Federal Funds    8,835,200
             3101      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    59,300
             3102      From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat    2,398,900
             3103      From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    24,128,400
             3104      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    300,000
                  3105      Schedule of Programs:
             3106      Director's Office    1,967,200
             3107      Administrative Services    5,460,000
             3108      Conservation Outreach    1,856,300
             3109      Law Enforcement    6,914,200
             3110      Habitat Council    2,729,900

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             3111      Habitat Section    3,672,300
             3112      Wildlife Section    6,972,800
             3113      Aquatic Section    8,903,700
             3114          It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $250,000 be
             3115      spent on the Community Fisheries Program. These funds shall
             3116      be nonlapsing.
             3117          It is the intent of the Legislature that up to $500,000 be
             3118      spent on the Blue Ribbon Fisheries Program. These funds shall
             3119      be nonlapsing.
             3120          The prolonged drought in Utah has negatively impacted
             3121      populations of mule deer, with many units being well below
             3122      management plan objectives. On these units, it is the intent of
             3123      the Legislature that the Division of Wildlife Resources
             3124      consider refraining from issuing doe mitigation permits in
             3125      rangeland depredation situations, and consider, to the extent
             3126      possible, using other means to compensate landowners for
             3127      damage to cultivated crops caused by migrating deer.
             3128          It is the intent of the Legislature that individual income tax
             3129      contributions to the Wolf Depredation and Management
             3130      Restricted Account shall be nonlapsing and spent by the
             3131      Division of Wildlife Resources as follows: 1) The division
             3132      shall fully and expeditiously compensate livestock owners, up
             3133      to the amount of funds available, for all wolf depredation
             3134      damage realized during the fiscal year. Up to $20,000 shall
             3135      carry forward to the next fiscal year if not spent during the
             3136      current fiscal year for this purpose. 2) Donations in excess of
             3137      $20,000 and not otherwise expended or carried forward as
             3138      required above, shall be available for wolf management
             3139      expenditures.
             3140          It is the intent of the Legislature that the division spend a
             3141      minimum of $265,000 to improve deer herds according to
             3142      management plan objectives.
             3143          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
             3144      Wildlife Resources enter into a contract with the Department of
             3145      Agriculture and Food for the purpose of providing predator
             3146      control. The contract shall consist of $500,000 annually in
             3147      General Funds, with $150,000 being used to match funds from
             3148      local governments and $350,000 being used to supplement the

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             3149      amount required by UCA 4-23-9(2). Under direction from the
             3150      Division of Wildlife Resources, the Department of Agriculture
             3151      and Food shall direct these funds to areas of the state not
             3152      meeting deer herd management objectives consistent with the
             3153      Utah Wildlife Board predator policy.
             3154          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
             3155      Wildlife Resources use revenues generated by sportsmen
             3156      exclusively for costs associated with the management,
             3157      enhancement, and administration of game species and their
             3158      habitats.
             3159          The Legislature intends that up to $500,000 of this budget
             3160      may be used for big game depredation expenditures. The
             3161      Legislature also intends that half of these funds shall be from
             3162      the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources Account and
             3163      half from the General Fund. This funding shall be nonlapsing.
             3164          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Habitat Council
             3165      and the Blue Ribbon Fisheries Advisory Council advise the
             3166      division director and recommend expenditure of resources
             3167      toward a three-year pilot walk-in access program.
             3168          It is the intent of the Legislature that appropriations from
             3169      the General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Habitat Account be
             3170      nonlapsing.
             3171      Item 189    To Department of Natural Resources - Predator Control
             3172      From General Fund    59,600
             3173      From Revenue Transfers - Natural Resources    (59,600)
             3174      Item 190    To Department of Natural Resources - General Fund Restricted -
             3175      Wildlife Resources
             3176      From General Fund    74,800
                  3177      Schedule of Programs:
             3178      General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    74,800
             3179      Item 191    To Department of Natural Resources - Contributed Research
             3180      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    338,400
                  3181      Schedule of Programs:
             3182      Contributed Research    338,400
             3183          It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to
             3184      the Contributed Research program be nonlapsing.
             3185      Item 192    To Department of Natural Resources - Cooperative Environmental
             3186      Studies

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             3187      From Federal Funds    4,919,400
             3188      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    514,500
                  3189      Schedule of Programs:
             3190      Cooperative Environmental Study    5,433,900
             3191          It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to
             3192      the Cooperative Environmental Studies program be nonlapsing.
             3193      Item 193    To Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Capital
             3194      Budget
             3195      From General Fund    800,000
             3196      From Federal Funds    1,311,000
             3197      From General Fund Restricted - State Fish Hatchery Maintenance    1,000,000
             3198      From General Fund Restricted - Wildlife Resources    205,000
                  3199      Schedule of Programs:
             3200      Fisheries    3,316,000
             3201          It is the intent of the Legislature that any funds expended
             3202      from the GFR - Wildlife Resources Trust Account for
             3203      constructing a building in Price be paid back to the account
             3204      over a period not to exceed twenty years and at an interest rate
             3205      not less than three percent.
             3206          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of
             3207      Wildlife Resources - Capital Budget be nonlapsing.
             3208      Item 194    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
             3209      From General Fund    8,426,000
             3210      From General Fund, One-time    264,900
             3211      From Federal Funds    970,100
             3212      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    417,200
             3213      From General Fund Restricted - Boating    3,297,600
             3214      From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    2,353,600
             3215      From General Fund Restricted - State Park Fees    9,297,900
                  3216      Schedule of Programs:
             3217      Director    393,800
             3218      Board    16,700
             3219      Park Operations    18,760,200
             3220      Comprehensive Planning    346,000
             3221      Administration    593,300
             3222      Design and Construction    459,400
             3223      Reservations    252,100
             3224      Law Enforcement    159,900

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             3225      Fiscal and Accounting    816,300
             3226      Boating    1,022,700
             3227      OHV    1,156,500
             3228      Grants and Trails    260,800
             3229      Park Management Contracts    789,600
             3230          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Parks
             3231      and Recreation provide a management fee to the This is the
             3232      Place Foundation not to exceed $700,000.
             3233      Item 195    To Department of Natural Resources - Parks and Recreation
             3234      Capital Budget
             3235      From General Fund    94,200
             3236      From Federal Funds    1,550,000
             3237      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    25,000
             3238      From General Fund Restricted - Boating    350,000
             3239      From General Fund Restricted - Off-highway Vehicle    175,000
             3240      From General Fund Restricted - State Park Fees    150,000
                  3241      Schedule of Programs:
             3242      Facilities Acquisition and Development    114,200
             3243      Trail Grants    30,000
             3244      National Recreation Trails    500,000
             3245      Donated Capital Projects    25,000
             3246      Region Roads and Renovation    100,000
             3247      Boat Access Grants    700,000
             3248      Off-highway Vehicle Grants    175,000
             3249      Miscellaneous Nonlapsing Projects    700,000
             3250          It is the intent of the Legislature that no portion of a golf
             3251      course or other improvements constructed at Soldier Hollow
             3252      infringe upon space designated for winter or summer biathlon
             3253      or cross-country events including the safety zones necessary
             3254      for the safe operation of the biathlon rifle range.
             3255          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Division of Parks
             3256      and Recreation - Capital Budget be nonlapsing.
             3257      Item 196    To Department of Natural Resources - Utah Geological Survey
             3258      From General Fund    2,188,400
             3259      From General Fund, One-time    134,900
             3260      From Federal Funds    706,600
             3261      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    566,700
             3262      From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    809,400

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             3263      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    330,800
             3264      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (228,400)
                  3265      Schedule of Programs:
             3266      Administration    626,300
             3267      Technical Services    468,100
             3268      Geologic Hazards    497,800
             3269      Board    3,300
             3270      Geologic Mapping    632,500
             3271      Energy and Minerals    1,102,500
             3272      Environmental    604,300
             3273      Information and Outreach    573,600
             3274          It is the intent of the Legislature that the Utah Geological
             3275      Surveys Mineral Lease funds be nonlapsing.
             3276      Item 197    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
             3277      From General Fund    2,460,000
             3278      From General Fund, One-time    13,400
             3279      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    34,000
             3280      From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    1,957,400
             3281      From Water Resources Construction Fund    150,000
             3282      From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    29,500
             3283      From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (23,500)
                  3284      Schedule of Programs:
             3285      Administration    403,900
             3286      Board    32,300
             3287      Interstate Streams    272,000
             3288      Planning    1,754,700
             3289      Cloudseeding    150,000
             3290      City Loans Administration    125,700
             3291      Construction    1,663,500
             3292      Water Conservation/Education    168,200
             3293      West Desert Ops    10,500
             3294      Cooperative Water Conservation    40,000
             3295          It is the intent of the Legislature that the appropriation to
             3296      the Cooperative Water Conservation Program be nonlapsing.
             3297      Item 198    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources Revolving
             3298      Construction Fund
             3299      From General Fund    539,100
             3300      From Water Resources Conservation and Development Fund    3,800,000

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                  3301      Schedule of Programs:
             3302      Construction Fund    4,339,100
             3303      Item 199    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Resources
             3304      Conservation and Development Fund
             3305      From General Fund    1,043,200
                  3306      Schedule of Programs:
             3307      Conservation and Development Fund    1,043,200
             3308      Item 200    To Department of Natural Resources - Water Rights
             3309      From General Fund    5,917,600
             3310      From General Fund, One-time    40,500
             3311      From Dedicated Credits Revenue    325,000
                  3312      Schedule of Programs:
             3313      Administration    720,600
             3314      Appropriation    649,300
             3315      Dam Safety    621,500
             3316      Adjudication    663,100
        &n