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S.B. 8 Enrolled

     SOCIAL SERVICES BASE BUDGET
    2014 GENERAL SESSION
    STATE OF UTAH
    Chief Sponsor: Allen M. Christensen
    House Sponsor: Ronda Rudd Menlove
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General Description:
    This bill supplements or reduces appropriations previously provided for the use and operation of state government for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014; and appropriates funds for the support and operation of state government for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015.
Highlighted Provisions:
    This bill:
    .    provides appropriations for the use and support of certain state agencies;
    .    provides appropriations for other purposes as described.
Money Appropriated in this Bill:
    This bill appropriates $23,589,200 in operating and capital budgets for fiscal year 2014, including:
    .    ($640,500) from the General Fund;
    .    $24,229,700 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
    This bill appropriates $36,575,000 in business-like activities for fiscal year 2014.
    This bill appropriates $4,274,434,600 in operating and capital budgets for fiscal year 2015, including:
    .    $826,355,600 from the General Fund;
    .    $18,698,500 from the Education Fund;
    .    $3,429,380,500 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
    This bill appropriates $137,025,100 in expendable funds and accounts for fiscal year 2015, including:
    .    $2,242,900 from the General Fund;
    .    $134,782,200 from various sources as detailed in this bill.
    This bill appropriates $456,339,200 in business-like activities for fiscal year 2015.
    This bill appropriates $665,000 in restricted fund and account transfers for fiscal year 2015, all of which is from the General Fund.


    This bill appropriates $15,500 in transfers to unrestricted funds for fiscal year 2015.
Other Special Clauses:
    Section 1 of this bill takes effect immediately. Section 2 of this bill takes effect on July 1, 2014.
Utah Code Sections Affected:
    ENACTS UNCODIFIED MATERIAL
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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
    Section 1. FY 2014 Appropriations. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J Chapter 1, the following sums of money are appropriated from resources not otherwise appropriated, or reduced from amounts previously appropriated, out of the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2013 and ending June 30, 2014. These are additions to amounts previously appropriated for fiscal year 2014.
    Subsection 1(a). Operating and Capital Budgets. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J, the Legislature appropriates the following sums of money from the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah.
Department of Health
Item 1    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
From Federal Funds    1,149,100
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    740,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    (1,116,600)
Center for Health Data and Informatics    2,386,900
Program Operations    619,500
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that appropriations provided for the Department of Health's Executive Director's Office in Item 1 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to $225,000 for computer equipment, information technology hosting and storage costs, software, and employee training.
Item 2    To Department of Health - Family Health and Preparedness
From General Fund, One-time    (93,700)
From Federal Funds    1,894,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,647,000
    Schedule of Programs:


Director's Office    4,997,100
Maternal and Child Health    829,500
Child Development    45,300
Children with Special Health Care Needs    (290,900)
Public Health Preparedness    (476,500)
Facility Licensure, Certification, and Resident Assessment    371,400
Primary Care    (27,800)
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $50,000 of Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013, funds appropriated for the Department of Health's Assistance for People with Bleeding Disorders Program shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to services to eligible clients.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $400,000 of Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Department of Health's Primary Care Grants program shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to final Fiscal Year 2014 contract payments or additional distributions to eligible primary care providers.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $245,000 of Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of 52 Utah 2013 for the Department of Health's Family Health and Preparedness not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to one-time health facility licensure and certification activities.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $210,000 of Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 from fees collected for the purpose of plan reviews by the Department of Health's Bureau of Health Facility Licensure, Certification and Resident Assessment shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to plan review activities.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that criminal fines and forfeiture money collected for the Department of Health's Emergency Medical Services in Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 shall not lapse at the

close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to purposes outlined in Section 26-8a-207(2).
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $250,000 of Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Department of Health's Emergency Medical Services shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to testing, certifications, background screenings, replacement testing equipment and testing supplies.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that civil money penalties collected for the Department of Health's Child Care Licensing and Health Care Licensing in Item 2 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 from childcare and health care provider violations shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to trainings for providers and staff, as well as upgrades to the Child Care Licensing database.
Item 3    To Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention
From General Fund, One-time    (50,500)
From Federal Funds    (8,083,300)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    92,400
From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    50,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Health Promotion    (31,200,300)
Epidemiology    23,405,200
Microbiology    (143,900)
Chemical and Environmental Services    (50,400)
Certification Programs    (1,500)
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2014. If expenditures in the (line item name) line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts

appropriated to the Disease Control and Prevention line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2014, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Disease Control and Prevention line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $500,000 of Item 3 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013, for the Department of Health's Disease Control and Prevention line item for alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention reduction, cessation, and control programs shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to alcohol, tobacco, and other drug prevention, reduction, cessation, and control programs or for emergent disease control and prevention needs.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $175,000 of Item 3 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Department of Health's Disease Control and Prevention line item shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to maintenance or replacement of computer equipment, software, or other purchases or services that improve or expand the services provided by the Bureau of Epidemiology.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $475,000 of Item 3 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Department of Health's Disease Control and Prevention line item shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to laboratory equipment, computer equipment, software, and building improvements.
Item 4    To Department of Health - Medicaid and Health Financing
From General Fund, One-time    (645,300)
From Federal Funds    9,464,200
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    110,300
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    24,000


    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    118,800
Financial Services    1,027,900
Medicaid Operations    (675,900)
Managed Health Care    274,200
Authorization and Community Based Services    669,500
Contracts    (363,700)
Coverage and Reimbursement    212,300
Eligibility Policy    (288,100)
Department of Workforce Services' Seeded Services    8,184,500
Other Seeded Services    (206,300)
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends up to $475,000 provided for the Department of Health's Medicaid and Health Financing in Item 5 of Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of nonlapsing funds is limited to compliance with federally mandated projects and the purchase of computer equipment and software.
Item 5    To Department of Health - Medicaid Sanctions
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, funds collected as a result of sanctions imposed under Section 1919 of Title XIX of the Federal Social Security Act and authorized in Section 26-18-3 of the Utah Code shall not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any nonlapsing funds is limited to the purposes outlined in Section 1919.
Item 6    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
From Federal Funds    (20,345,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Children's Health Insurance Program    (20,345,100)
Item 7    To Department of Health - Medicaid Mandatory Services
From General Fund, One-time    23,000
From Federal Funds    7,050,700
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    1,476,000
From Hospital Provider Assessment Fund    1,500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Inpatient Hospital    5,057,300
Nursing Home    4,946,400


Medicaid Management Information System Replacement    46,000
Item 8    To Department of Health - Medicaid Optional Services
From General Fund, One-time    (44,500)
From Federal Funds    (104,600)
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    35,200,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Pharmacy    (149,100)
Other Optional Services    35,200,000
Department of Workforce Services
Item 9    To Department of Workforce Services - Administration
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    47,800
    Schedule of Programs:
Administrative Support    47,800
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $200,000 of the appropriations provided for the Administration line item in Item 10 of Chapter 6 Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to computer equipment/software and special projects/studies.
Item 10    To Department of Workforce Services - Operations and Policy
From General Fund, One-time    185,000
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    3,000,000
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    185,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Eligibility Services    200,000
Information Technology    3,170,000
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $3,100,000 of the appropriations provided for the Operation and Policy line item in Item 11 of Chapter 6 Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to computer equipment/software and one-time projects associated with addressing client services due to caseload growth or refugee services.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $3,900,000 of the appropriations provided for the Operation and Policy line item in Item 84 of Chapter 405

Laws of Utah 2013 for the Special Administrative Expense Account not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to employment development projects and activities or one-time projects associated with client services. The Legislature further intends the Department of Workforce Services provide a detailed status and progress report on the use of Special Administrative Expense Account funds for employment development projects and activities as well as one-time projects associated with client services to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2014.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $3,300,000 of the appropriations provided for the Operation and Policy line item from Reed Act funding in Item 84 of Chapter 405 Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to one-time projects associated with employment services. The Legislature further intends Reed Act funds appropriated for Fiscal Year 2014 to the Department of Workforce Services be used for workforce development and labor exchange activities consistent with UCA 35A-4-501(3)(b).
Item 11    To Department of Workforce Services - General Assistance
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $800,000 of the appropriations provided for the General Assistance line item in Item 12 of Chapter 6 Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to computer equipment/software and one-time projects associated with client services.
Item 12    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Unemployment Insurance Administration    500,000
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code the Legislature intends that up to $60,000 of the appropriations provided for the Unemployment Insurance line item in Item 13 of Chapter 6 Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014.

The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to computer equipment/software and one-time projects associated with addressing appeals or public assistance overpayment caseload growth.
Item 13    To Department of Workforce Services - Housing and Community Development
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    28,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    520,000
From General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Account    500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Community Development    520,000
Homeless Committee    500,000
Weatherization Assistance    28,000
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Workforce Services - Housing and Community Development line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2014. If expenditures in the Housing and Community Development line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Housing and Community Development line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2014, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Housing and Community Development line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that General Fund appropriations provided by Item 63 Chapter 416 Laws of Utah 2012 for the Department of Workforce Services' Housing and Community Development line item not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The amount of any non-lapsing funds shall not exceed $1,000,000.

The use of any non-lapsing authority is limited to general funds appropriated by the legislature for building projects.
Department of Human Services
Item 14    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
From General Fund, One-time    (14,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
State Hospital    (14,500)
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that any remaining funds provided by Item 19, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Drug Courts program within the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health line item not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to "other charges/pass through" expenditures.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that any remaining funds provided by Item 19, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the State Substance Abuse Services and Local Substance Abuse Services within the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health line item not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. The use of any non-lapsing funds is limited to "other charges/pass through" expenditures.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $50,000 of appropriations provided for the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health line item in Item 19, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. These funds are to be used for the purchase of computer equipment and software, capital equipment or improvements, equipment, or supplies.
Item 15    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
From Federal Funds    (5,506,100)
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,506,100
Item 16    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that any remaining funds provided by Item 22, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Division of Child and Family

Services (DCFS) not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. It is further the intent of the Legislature that these non-lapsing funds are to be used for Adoption Assistance, Out of Home Care, Service Delivery, In-Home Services, Special Needs, SAFE Management Information System modernization, and purchase of 15 additional vehicles. The Legislature further intends DCFS report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2014 on the SAFE Management Information System modernization project's status, current cost estimates, and organizational efficiencies and worker productivity anticipated and realized from the modernization project.
Item 17    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that any remaining funds provided by Item 23, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 for the Division of Aging and Adult Services not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. It is further the intent of the Legislature that these non-lapsing funds are to be used for client services for the Aging Waiver.
    Under Section 63J-1-603 of the Utah Code, the Legislature intends that up to $50,000 of appropriations provided for the Division of Aging and Adult Services, Adult Protective Services, in Item 23, Chapter 6, Laws of Utah 2013 not lapse at the close of Fiscal Year 2014. These funds are to be used for the purchase of computer equipment and software, capital equipment or improvements, equipment, or supplies.
State Board of Education
Item 18    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation
From Federal Funds    (14,417,800)
    Schedule of Programs:
Rehabilitation Services    (14,417,800)
    Subsection 1(b). Business-like Activities. The Legislature has reviewed the following proprietary funds. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code 63J-1-410, for any included Internal Service Fund the Legislature approves budgets, full-time permanent positions, and capital acquisition amounts as indicated, and appropriates to the funds as indicated estimated revenue from rates, fees, and other charges. Where applicable, the Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to

transfer amounts among funds and accounts as indicated.
Department of Workforce Services
Item 19    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Compensation Fund
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    36,575,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Unemployment Compensation Fund    36,575,000
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Compensation Fund line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2014. If expenditures in the Unemployment Compensation Fund line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Unemployment Compensation Fund line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2014, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Unemployment Compensation Fund line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
    Section 2. FY 2015 Appropriations. The following sums of money are appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2014 and ending June 30, 2015.
    Subsection 2(a). Operating and Capital Budgets. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code Title 63J, the Legislature appropriates the following sums of money from the funds or fund accounts indicated for the use and support of the government of the State of Utah.
Department of Health
Item 20    To Department of Health - Executive Director's Operations
From General Fund    5,894,100
From Federal Funds    8,809,200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,551,400
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    200
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    100,000


    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    2,415,400
Center for Health Data and Informatics    8,441,700
Program Operations    5,833,600
Office of Internal Audit    664,200
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Executive Director's Operations line item: (1) conduct risk assessments for each information system in operation (Target = 123 information systems), (2) 95% of births occurring in a hospital are entered accurately by hospital staff into the electronic birth registration system (Target = 10 calendar days or less), and (3) percentage of all deaths registered using the electronic death registration system (Target = 75% or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 21    To Department of Health - Family Health and Preparedness
From General Fund    17,123,300
From Federal Funds    90,337,100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    18,218,900
From General Fund Restricted - Autism Treatment Account    2,050,000
From General Fund Restricted - Children's Hearing Aid Pilot Program Account    100,000
From General Fund Restricted - Kurt Oscarson Children's Organ Transplant    101,100
From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    1,011,000
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    3,663,800
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Health Internal    (93,700)
From Revenue Transfers - Public Safety    147,000
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    350,000
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    1,653,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    17,163,800
Maternal and Child Health    60,690,600
Child Development    24,899,200
Children with Special Health Care Needs    11,380,200
Public Health Preparedness    9,549,500
Emergency Medical Services    4,295,400
Facility Licensure, Certification, and Resident Assessment    4,685,900


Primary Care    1,996,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Family Health and Preparedness line item: (1) The percent of children who demonstrated improvement in social-emotional skills, including social relationships (Goal = 70% or more), (2) The percent of children who demonstrated improvement in their rate of growth in acquisition and use of knowledge and skills, including early language/communication and early literacy (Goal = 75% or more), (3) The percent of children who demonstrated improvement in their rate of growth in the use of appropriate behaviors to meet their needs (Goal = 75% or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 22    To Department of Health - Disease Control and Prevention
From General Fund    12,222,900
From Federal Funds    53,483,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    9,398,600
From General Fund Restricted - Cancer Research Account    20,000
From General Fund Restricted - Cigarette Tax Restricted Account    3,150,000
From General Fund Restricted - Prostate Cancer Support Account    26,600
From General Fund Restricted - State Lab Drug Testing Account    441,700
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    3,903,100
From Department of Public Safety Restricted Account    100,000
From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    10,000
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    1,650,000
From Revenue Transfers - State Office of Education    17,000
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    348,600
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    2,548,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Laboratory General Administration    1,486,000
Laboratory Operations and Testing    8,777,300
Health Promotion    22,388,500
Epidemiology    49,517,700
Office of the Medical Examiner    3,936,500
Certification Programs    1,214,100
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health

report on the following performance measures for the Disease Control and Prevention line item: (1) Gonorrhea cases per 100,000 population (Target = 18.9 people or less), (2) Percentage of Adults Who Are Current Smokers (Target = 9%), and (3) Percentage of Toxicology Cases Completed within 14 day Goal (Target = 100%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 23    To Department of Health - Local Health Departments
From General Fund    2,137,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Local Health Department Funding    2,137,500
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Local Health Departments line item: (1) Number of local health departments that maintain a board of health that annually adopts a budget, appoints a local health officer (LHO), conducts an annual performance review for the LHO, and reports to county commissioners on health issues (Target = 12 or 100%), (2) Number of local health departments that provide communicable disease epidemiology and control services including disease reporting, response to outbreaks, and measures to control tuberculosis (Target = 12 or 100%), and (3) Number of local health departments that maintain a program of environmental sanitation which provides oversight of restaurants food safety, swimming pools, and the indoor clean air act (Target = 12 or 100%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 24    To Department of Health - Medicaid and Health Financing
From General Fund    4,844,300
From Federal Funds    61,430,500
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    833,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    7,984,400
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    665,300
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Human Services    9,210,900
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Administrative Services    1,065,100
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Workforce Services    23,832,300
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Health Internal    3,247,300


From Transfers - Medicaid - Utah Department of Corrections    25,000
From Transfers - Medicaid - Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind    28,200
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    1,119,200
    Schedule of Programs:
Director's Office    2,017,100
Financial Services    12,428,400
Medicaid Operations    3,642,500
Managed Health Care    3,870,500
Authorization and Community Based Services    2,990,900
Contracts    1,203,300
Coverage and Reimbursement    2,843,000
Eligibility Policy    2,580,200
Department of Workforce Services' Seeded Services    47,664,700
Other Seeded Services    35,044,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Medicaid and Health Financing line item: (1) average decision time on pharmacy prior authorizations (Target = 24 hours or less), (2) percent of clean claims adjudicated within 30 days of submission (Target = 98%), and (3) total count of Medicaid and CHIP clients educated on proper benefit use and plan selection (Target = 90,000 or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Health - Medicaid and Health Financing line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2014. If expenditures in the Medicaid and Health Financing line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Medicaid and Health Financing line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2014, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Medicaid and Health Financing line item by one dollar for every one dollar in

Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 25    To Department of Health - Medicaid Sanctions
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on how expenditures from the Medicaid Sanctions line item met federal requirements which constrain its use by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 26    To Department of Health - Children's Health Insurance Program
From General Fund    6,874,600
From Federal Funds    57,120,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,867,200
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    11,486,700
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    63,000
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    306,800
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    500,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Children's Health Insurance Program    78,218,700
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Children's Health Insurance Program line item: (1) percentage of children (less than 15 months old) that received at least six or more well-child visits (Target = 52% or more), (2) percentage of members (12 - 21 years of age) who had at least one comprehensive well-care visit (Target = 39% or more), and (3) percentage of children 5-11 years of age with persistant asthma who were appropriately prescribed medication (Target = 94% or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 27    To Department of Health - Medicaid Mandatory Services
From General Fund    296,067,800
From Federal Funds    905,338,600
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    15,323,200
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    21,354,100
From Hospital Provider Assessment Fund    48,500,000
From Revenue Transfers - Administrative Services    500


From Revenue Transfers - Department of Corrections    16,800
From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    1,100
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Health Internal    19,100
From Transfers - Medicaid - Utah Department of Corrections    291,800
From Revenue Transfers - Public Safety    16,600
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    1,915,400
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    695,200
From Pass-through    106,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Inpatient Hospital    167,913,100
Managed Health Care    738,539,900
Nursing Home    173,124,700
Outpatient Hospital    65,764,600
Physician Services    67,529,000
Crossover Services    12,940,700
Medical Supplies    13,458,100
Other Mandatory Services    50,376,800
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Medicaid Mandatory Services line item: (1) percent of adults age 45-64 with ambulatory or preventive care visits (Target = 88% or more), (2) percent of deliveries that had a post partum visit between 21 and 56 days after delivery (Target = 60% or more), and (3) percent of customers satisfied with their managed care plan (Target = 85% or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 28    To Department of Health - Medicaid Optional Services
From General Fund    114,795,400
From Federal Funds    576,471,600
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    35,365,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    169,690,100
From General Fund Restricted - Nursing Care Facilities Account    2,851,300
From Revenue Transfers - Human Services    14,900
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Human Services    84,014,700
From Transfers - Medicaid - Department of Health Internal    2,338,600
From Transfers - Medicaid - Utah Schools for the Deaf and Blind    325,600
From Revenue Transfers - Workforce Services    239,700


From Revenue Transfers - Youth Corrections    993,800
    Schedule of Programs:
Pharmacy    107,019,600
Home and Community Based Waiver Services    196,125,800
Capitated Mental Health Services    150,139,600
Intermediate Care Facilities for Intellectually Disabled    83,200,500
Non-service Expenses    100,887,400
Buy-in/Buy-out    42,007,800
Dental Services    41,908,600
Clawback Payments    31,037,200
Disproportionate Hospital Payments    29,129,600
Hospice Care Services    17,742,500
Vision Care    1,514,200
Other Optional Services    186,387,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Health report on the following performance measures for the Medicaid Optional Services line item: (1) annual state general funds saved through preferred drug list (Target = $8.5 million general fund or more), (2) count of new choices waiver clients coming out of nursing homes into community based care (Target = 390 or more), and (3) emergency dental program savings (Target = $250,000 General Fund savings or more) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Department of Workforce Services
Item 29    To Department of Workforce Services - Administration
From General Fund    3,002,200
From Federal Funds    6,894,200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    102,500
From Permanent Community Impact Loan Fund    134,100
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    1,216,900
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    1,951,900
Communications    1,111,700
Human Resources    1,193,100
Administrative Support    6,419,800
Internal Audit    673,400
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce

Services report on the following performance measures for the Administration line item: provide accurate and timely department-wide fiscal administration. Goal: manage, account and reconcile all funds within state finance close out time lines and with zero audit findings by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 30    To Department of Workforce Services - Operations and Policy
From General Fund    54,059,200
From Federal Funds    583,078,800
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    2,000,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    5,233,500
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    25,552,700
    Schedule of Programs:
Facilities and Pass-Through    9,649,200
Workforce Development    66,837,200
Temporary Assistance to Needy Families    45,000,000
Refugee Assistance    10,170,000
Workforce Research and Analysis    2,494,500
Trade Adjustment Act Assistance    2,000,000
Eligibility Services    46,876,200
Child Care Assistance    42,604,900
Nutrition Assistance    410,000,000
Workforce Investment Act Assistance    7,500,000
Information Technology    26,792,200
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Operations and Policy line item: (1) Labor Exchange - Total job placements (Target = 50,000 placements per calendar quarter), (2) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families Recipients - positive closure rate (Target = 70% per calendar month), and (3) Eligibility Services - internal review compliance accuracy (Target = 95%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Workforce Services - Operations and Policy line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States

Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2015. If expenditures in the Operations and Policy line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Operations and Policy line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2015, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Operations and Policy line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 31    To Department of Workforce Services - General Assistance
From General Fund    4,837,300
    Schedule of Programs:
General Assistance    4,837,300
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the General Assistance line item: (1) Positive closure rate (Supplemental Security Income achievement or closed with earnings) (Target = 45%), (2) General Assistance customers served (Target = 735), and (3) Internal review compliance accuracy (Target = 80%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 32    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance
From General Fund    536,200
From Federal Funds    21,510,700
From Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act    300,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    409,300
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    218,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Unemployment Insurance Administration    19,691,800
Adjudication    3,282,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Unemployment Insurance (UI) line item: (1) Percentage of

New Employer Status Determinations made within 90 days of the last day in the quarter in which the business became Liable (Target => 70%), (2) Percentage of UI Separation Determinations with Quality scores equal to or greater than 95 points, based on the evaluation results of quarterly samples selected from all determinations (Target => 75%), and (3) Percentage of UI Benefits Payments made within 14 days after the week ending date of the first compensable week in the benefit year (Target => 87%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    All General Funds appropriated to the Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Insurance line item are contingent upon expenditures from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (H.R. 1, 111th United States Congress) not exceeding amounts appropriated from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in all appropriation bills passed for Fiscal Year 2015. If expenditures in the Unemployment Insurance line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act exceed amounts appropriated to the Unemployment Insurance line item from Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act in Fiscal Year 2015, the Division of Finance shall reduce the General Fund allocations to the Unemployment Insurance line item by one dollar for every one dollar in Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act expenditures that exceed Federal Funds - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act appropriations.
Item 33    To Department of Workforce Services - Housing and Community Development
From General Fund    2,615,500
From Federal Funds    39,114,500
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,528,900
From General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Account    732,000
From General Fund Restricted - Methamphetamine Housing Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Account    8,600
From Permanent Community Impact Loan Fund    1,213,700
    Schedule of Programs:


Community Development Administration    569,000
Community Development    7,352,300
Housing Development    1,077,000
Special Housing    145,000
Homeless Committee    4,655,200
HEAT    22,326,900
Weatherization Assistance    7,476,500
Community Services    3,315,900
Emergency Food Network    295,400
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Housing and Community Development line item: (1) Ending Chronic Homelessness - offer housing to all chronically homeless individuals who want to be housed (Target = 9% reduction per year), (2) Utilities Assistance for Low-income Households - Number of eligible households assisted with home energy costs (Target = 35,000 households), and (3) Weatherization Assistance - Number of low income households assisted by installing permanent energy conservation measures in their homes (Target = 800 homes) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 34    To Department of Workforce Services - Zoos
From General Fund    908,400
    Schedule of Programs:
Zoos    908,400
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Zoos line item: A review of the financial statements is completed every year (the Department of Workforce Services is required only to pass through the funds to two Utah zoos, Hogle Zoo and Willow Park Zoo - the Department of Workforce Services is also to verify that state funds are used for operations only; no state funds may be used for administration) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 35    To Department of Workforce Services - Special Service Districts
From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    7,350,000


    Schedule of Programs:
Special Service Districts    7,350,000
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Special Service Districts line item: the Department of Workforce Services is required to pass through the funds to qualifying special service districts in counties of the 5th, 6th and 7th class (this is completed quarterly) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 36    To Department of Workforce Services - Community Development Capital Budget
From Permanent Community Impact Loan Fund    116,410,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Community Impact Board    116,410,000
Department of Human Services
Item 37    To Department of Human Services - Executive Director Operations
From General Fund    7,301,300
From Federal Funds    4,900,400
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,000
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    889,300
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    410,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director's Office    997,500
Legal Affairs    1,413,700
Information Technology    1,509,800
Fiscal Operations    3,743,800
Human Resources    33,900
Local Discretionary Pass-Through    1,140,700
Office of Services Review    1,333,700
Office of Licensing    2,533,500
Utah Developmental Disabilities Council    795,400
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human Services report on the following performance measures for the Executive Director Operations line item: (1) Finance and Budget Office (assisted by the Bureau of Internal Review and Audit) correct department-wide reported fiscal issues per June 30 quarterly report (Target = 42%), (2) Office of Licensing

issue a license within 30 days of proof of compliance by a licensee (Target = 90%), and (3) double-read (reviewed) Case Process Reviews will be accurate in the Office of Service Review (Target = 90%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 38    To Department of Human Services - Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health
From General Fund    87,597,000
From Federal Funds    26,322,500
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    3,130,700
From General Fund Restricted - Intoxicated Driver Rehabilitation Account    1,500,000
From General Fund Restricted - Tobacco Settlement Account    2,325,400
From Revenue Transfers - Child Nutrition    75,000
From Revenue Transfers - Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice    351,300
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    6,594,500
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    530,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DSAMH    2,765,400
Community Mental Health Services    7,902,200
Mental Health Centers    23,914,900
Residential Mental Health Services    221,900
State Hospital    53,180,900
State Substance Abuse Services    8,621,200
Local Substance Abuse Services    22,599,900
Driving Under the Influence (DUI) Fines    1,500,000
Drug Offender Reform Act (DORA)    2,747,100
Drug Courts    4,972,900
    The Legislature intends the Utah Substance Abuse Advisory Council report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2014 its recommendations regarding the best use of current DORA funding in treating drug abusers in response to the November, 2013 final multi-year study of DORA by the Utah Criminal Justice Center at the University of Utah that found "DORA did not have a significant impact on participants when compared to similar offenders on traditional probation and parole" and also in regard to the approved "Guidelines for the Implementation of DORA-Funded Services

for Probationers" which states that "Programs will . . . ensure DORA funding is utilized for evidence-based substance abuse treatment and supervision strategies." The Legislature further intends that if the Utah Substance Abuse Advisory Council recommends continued funding for current DORA programs, it will provide specific and detailed explanations in its report to the Legislative Fiscal Analyst demonstrating how its recommendation is consistent with its guideline that funding be used for evidence-based substance abuse treatment and supervision strategies.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human Services report on the following performance measures for the Substance Abuse and Mental Health line item: (1) Local Substance Abuse Services - Successful completion rate (Target = 40%), (2) Mental Health Services -Adult Outcomes Questionnaire - Percent of clients stable, improved, or in recovery while in current treatment (Target = 70%), and (3) Mental Health Centers - Youth Outcomes Questionnaire - Percent of clients stable, improved, or in recovery while in current treatment (Target = 12%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 39    To Department of Human Services - Division of Services for People with Disabilities
From General Fund    70,207,200
From Federal Funds    1,327,100
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,072,800
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    165,343,300
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    1,070,000
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    600,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DSPD    4,227,100
Service Delivery    5,334,500
Utah State Developmental Center    35,340,600
Community Supports Waiver    187,844,000
Acquired Brain Injury Waiver    3,407,900
Physical Disabilities Waiver    2,680,800
Non-waiver Services    1,785,500


    The Legislature intends that the Division of Services for People with Disabilities (DSPD) use Fiscal Year 2015 beginning non-lapsing funds to provide services for individuals needing emergency services, individuals needing additional waiver services, individuals who turn 18 years old and leave state custody from the Divisions of Child and Family Services and Juvenile Justice Services, and individuals court ordered into DSPD services. The Legislature further intends DSPD report to the Office of Legislative Fiscal Analyst on the use of these nonlapsing funds.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human Services report on the following performance measures for the Services for People with Disabilities line item: (1) Community Supports, Brain Injury, Physical Disability Waivers, Non-waiver Services - % providers meeting fiscal requirements of contract (Target = 100%), (2) Community Supports, Brain Injury, Physical Disability Waivers, Non-waiver Services - % providers meeting non-fiscal requirements of contracts (Target = 100%), and (3) People receive supports in employment settings rather than day programs (National ranking) (Target = #1 nationally) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 40    To Department of Human Services - Office of Recovery Services
From General Fund    12,700,100
From Federal Funds    17,620,200
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    8,853,700
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    2,313,900
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    51,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - ORS    942,000
Financial Services    2,312,500
Electronic Technology    7,519,100
Child Support Services    23,539,900
Children in Care Collections    588,000
Attorney General Contract    3,800,000
Medical Collections    2,837,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human

Services report on the following performance measures for the Office of Recovery Services (ORS) line item: (1) ORS Total Collections (Target = $250 million), (2) Child Support Services Collections (Target = $215 million), and (3) Ratio: ORS Collections to Cost (Target = > 5.9 to 1) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 41    To Department of Human Services - Division of Child and Family Services
From General Fund    109,469,600
From Federal Funds    55,023,800
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    2,511,700
From General Fund Restricted - Choose Life Adoption Support Account    25,000
From General Fund Restricted - Children's Account    400,000
From General Fund Restricted - Victims of Domestic Violence Services Account    968,800
From Revenue Transfers - Health    (68,200)
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (6,115,100)
From Revenue Transfers - Within Agency    145,500
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DCFS    4,348,000
Service Delivery    74,838,100
In-Home Services    2,625,800
Out-of-Home Care    38,924,900
Facility-based Services    3,700,900
Minor Grants    6,269,600
Selected Programs    4,103,200
Special Needs    1,915,200
Domestic Violence    5,367,500
Children's Account    400,000
Adoption Assistance    14,225,900
Child Welfare Management Information System    5,642,000
    The Legislature intends the Division of Child and Family Services use nonlapsing state funds originally appropriated for Adoption Assistance non-IV-E monthly subsidies for any children that were not initially Title IV-E eligible in foster care, but that now qualify for Title IV-E adoption assistance monthly subsidies under eligibility exception criteria specified in P.L. 112-34 [Social Security Act Section 473(e)]. These funds shall

only be used for child welfare services allowable under Title IV-B or Title IV-E of the Social Security Act.
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human Services report on the following performance measures for the Child and Family Services line item: (1) Administrative Performance: Percent satisfactory outcomes on qualitative case reviews/system performance (Target = 85%/85%), (2) Child Protective Services: Absence of maltreatment recurrence within 6 months (Target = 94.6%), and (3) Out of home services: Percent of children who reunified within 12 months (Target = 74.2%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 42    To Department of Human Services - Division of Aging and Adult Services
From General Fund    12,891,300
From Federal Funds    10,702,900
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    100
From Revenue Transfers - Medicaid    (692,000)
From Revenue Transfers - Other Agencies    19,000
    Schedule of Programs:
Administration - DAAS    1,408,900
Local Government Grants - Formula Funds    12,392,600
Non-Formula Funds    1,288,000
Adult Protective Services    2,853,200
Aging Waiver Services    1,008,300
Aging Alternatives    3,970,300
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Human Services report on the following performance measures for the Aging and Adult Services line item: (1) Medicaid Aging Waiver: Average Cost of Client at 15% or less of Nursing Home Cost (Target = 15%), (2) Adult Protective Services: Protective needs resolved positively (Target = 95%), and (3) Meals on Wheels: Total meals served (Target = 10,115) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
State Board of Education
Item 43    To State Board of Education - State Office of Rehabilitation


From General Fund    270,400
From Education Fund    18,698,500
From Federal Funds    53,310,500
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    1,091,100
    Schedule of Programs:
Executive Director    2,537,100
Blind and Visually Impaired    6,617,200
Rehabilitation Services    49,287,200
Disability Determination    12,199,200
Deaf and Hard of Hearing    2,729,800
    The Legislature intends the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation (USOR) report to the Office of the Legislative Fiscal Analyst by September 1, 2014 regarding its efforts and progress in addressing each specific recommendation contained in the Utah State Auditor's "A Performance Audit of the Division of Rehabilitation Services Cost Controls" (No. 13-03) released in September of 2013. If there are any recommendations USOR is not addressing, the Legislature further intends USOR explain why it is not addressing those recommendations.
    The Legislature intends that the Utah State Office of Rehabilitation report on the following performance measures for its line item: (1) Vocational Rehabilitation - Increase the number of rehabilitation outcomes (Target = 3,665), (2) Vocational Rehabilitation - maintain or increase a successful rehabilitation closure rate (Target = 60%), and (3) Deaf and Hard of Hearing - Increase in the number of individuals served by Division of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing programs (Target = 7,144) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    Subsection 2(b). Expendable Funds and Accounts. The Legislature has reviewed the following expendable funds. Where applicable, the Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to transfer amounts among funds and accounts as indicated. Outlays and expenditures from the recipient funds or accounts may be made without further legislative action according to a fund or account's applicable authorizing statute.
Department of Health
Item 44    To Department of Health - Traumatic Brain Injury Fund


From Beginning Fund Balance    170,800
From Ending Fund Balance    (70,800)
    Schedule of Programs:
Traumatic Brain Injury Fund    100,000
Item 45    To Department of Health - Traumatic Head and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    188,800
From Beginning Fund Balance    410,400
From Ending Fund Balance    (410,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Traumatic Head and Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Fund    188,800
Item 46    To Department of Health - Organ Donation Contribution Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    68,000
From Interest Income    100
From Beginning Fund Balance    38,700
From Ending Fund Balance    (63,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Organ Donation Contribution Fund    43,300
Department of Workforce Services
Item 47    To Department of Workforce Services - Permanent Community Impact Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    909,300
From Interest Income    397,000
From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Lease    63,810,000
From General Fund Restricted - Land Exchange Distribution Account    420,000
From General Fund Restricted - Mineral Bonus    9,200,000
From Repayments    35,799,900
From Beginning Fund Balance    311,404,700
From Ending Fund Balance    (300,769,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Permanent Community Impact Fund    121,171,800
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Permanent Community Impact Fund line item: (1) 100% of new receipts will be invested in communities annually, (2) hire up to 5 rural planners to determine needs and impacts of infrastructure development in rural Utah, and (3) staff and

board will meet at least three times per year with representatives of each partnering sector by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 48    To Department of Workforce Services - Permanent Community Impact Bonus Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    700
From Interest Income    7,220,900
From Revenue Transfers    3,442,900
From Beginning Fund Balance    310,891,900
From Ending Fund Balance    (321,527,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Permanent Community Impact Bonus Fund    28,900
Item 49    To Department of Workforce Services - Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    95,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    3,000
From Ending Fund Balance    (3,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund    95,000
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Intermountain Weatherization Training Fund line item: (1) number of private individuals trained each year (Target => 50) and (2) number of private individuals receiving training certifications (Target => 48) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 50    To Department of Workforce Services - Navajo Revitalization Fund
From Interest Income    75,000
From Restricted Revenue    2,500,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    11,443,000
From Ending Fund Balance    (12,973,100)
    Schedule of Programs:
Navajo Revitalization Fund    1,044,900
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Navajo Revitalization Fund line item: (1) Allocate new and

re-allocated funds within one year to improve the quality of life for those living on the Utah portion of the Navajo Reservation (Target = $4.57 million allocated) and (2) Improve the housing stock on the Navajo Reservation by investing in new and improved sanitary housing (Target = $3.0 million invested) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 51    To Department of Workforce Services - Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund
From General Fund    2,242,900
From Federal Funds    12,000,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    177,000
From Interest Income    1,866,500
From Beginning Fund Balance    127,092,300
From Ending Fund Balance    (137,971,500)
    Schedule of Programs:
Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund    5,407,200
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund line item: (1) Housing units preserved or created (Target = 800), (2) Construction jobs preserved or created (Target = 1,200), and (3) Leveraging of other funds in each project to Olene Walker Housing Loan Fund monies (Target = 9:1) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 52    To Department of Workforce Services - Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund
From Designated Sales Tax    915,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    74,100
From Ending Fund Balance    (67,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
Emergency Food Agencies Fund    921,400
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measure for the Qualified Emergency Food Agencies Fund line item: distribute, on a first come, first served basis, the sales tax rebates to qualifying food pantries (Target = 100%) by January 1, 2015 to

the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 53    To Department of Workforce Services - Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund
From Interest Income    135,000
From Restricted Revenue    7,550,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    25,525,000
From Ending Fund Balance    (25,459,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund    7,750,300
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measure for the Uintah Basin Revitalization Fund line item: allocate new and re-allocated funds within one year to improve the quality of life for those living in the Uintah Basin (Target = $8.4 million allocated) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 54    To Department of Workforce Services - Child Care Fund
From Interest Income    200
From Beginning Fund Balance    23,600
From Ending Fund Balance    (23,800)
Department of Human Services
Item 55    To Department of Human Services - Out and About Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    6,100
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    126,000
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (126,000)
    Schedule of Programs:
Out and About Homebound Transportation Assistance Fund    6,100
Item 56    To Department of Human Services - State Development Center Miscellaneous Donation Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    72,200
From Interest Income    3,600
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    571,400
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (571,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
State Development Center Miscellaneous Donation Fund    75,800
Item 57    To Department of Human Services - State Development Center

Workshop Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    126,800
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    6,400
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (6,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
State Development Center Workshop Fund    126,800
Item 58    To Department of Human Services - State Hospital Unit Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    47,500
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    320,400
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (320,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
State Hospital Unit Fund    47,500
State Board of Education
Item 59    To State Board of Education - Visually Handicapped Fund
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    11,000
From Interest Income    6,300
From Beginning Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    991,300
From Closing Nonlapsing Appropriation Balances    (991,300)
    Schedule of Programs:
Visually Handicapped Fund    17,300
    Subsection 2(c). Business-like Activities. The Legislature has reviewed the following proprietary funds. Under the terms and conditions of Utah Code 63J-1-410, for any included Internal Service Fund the Legislature approves budgets, full-time permanent positions, and capital acquisition amounts as indicated, and appropriates to the funds as indicated estimated revenue from rates, fees, and other charges. Where applicable, the Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to transfer amounts among funds and accounts as indicated.
Department of Workforce Services
Item 60    To Department of Workforce Services - Unemployment Compensation Fund
From Federal Funds    3,000,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    32,000,000
From Premiums    403,975,000
From Interest Income    14,000,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    675,521,400
From Ending Fund Balance    (675,521,400)
    Schedule of Programs:
Unemployment Compensation Fund    452,975,000


    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Unemployment Compensation Fund line item: (1) Unemployment Insurance (UI) Trust Fund Balance is greater than the minimum adequate reserve amount and less than the maximum adequate reserve amount (Target = $577 million to $773 million), (2) The Average High Cost Multiple is the UI Trust Fund balance as a percentage of Total UI Wages divided by the Average High Cost Rate (Target => 1), and (3) Contributory Employers UI Contributions Due Paid Timely (Target => 90%) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
Item 61    To Department of Workforce Services - State Small Business Credit Initiative Program Fund
From Federal Funds    4,000,000
From Dedicated Credits Revenue    340,000
From Beginning Fund Balance    3,486,900
From Ending Fund Balance    (4,462,700)
    Schedule of Programs:
State Small Business Credit Initiative Program Fund    3,364,200
    Subsection 2(d). Restricted Fund and Account Transfers. The Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to transfer the following amounts among the following funds or accounts as indicated. Expenditures and outlays from the recipient funds must be authorized elsewhere in an appropriations act.
Fund and Account Transfers
Item 62    To Fund and Account Transfers - Children's Hearing Aid Pilot Program Account
From General Fund    100,000
    Schedule of Programs:
GFR - Children's Hearing Aid Pilot Program Account    100,000
Item 63    To Fund and Account Transfers - GFR - Homeless Account
From General Fund    565,000
    Schedule of Programs:
General Fund Restricted - Pamela Atkinson Homeless Account    565,000
    The Legislature intends that the Department of Workforce Services report on the following performance measures for the Fund and Account Transfers to the Pamela Atkinson Homeless

Account: (1) Hire twenty new case managers by 9/1/14 by partner agencies to provide supportive services to 900 of the chronic homeless currently housed, (2) homeless providers funded by the State (except domestic violence shelter providers) will utilize the Centralized Client Intake and Coordinated Assessment System (Target => 80%), and (3) complete by scheduled date the statewide report of homeless demographics and conditions by county (Target = November 1) by January 1, 2015 to the Social Services Appropriations Subcommittee.
    Subsection 2(e). Transfers to Unrestricted Funds. The Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to transfer the following amounts to the unrestricted General, Education, or Uniform School Fund as indicated from the restricted funds or accounts indicated. Expenditures and outlays from the General, Education, or Uniform School Fund must be authorized elsewhere in an appropriations act.
Transfers to Unrestricted Funds
Item 64    To General Fund
From General Fund Restricted - Victims of Domestic Violence Services Account    15,500
    Schedule of Programs:
General Fund, One-time    15,500
    Section 3. Effective Date.
    If approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, Section 1 of this bill takes effect upon approval by the Governor, or the day following the constitutional time limit of Utah Constitution Article VII, Section 8 without the Governor's signature, or in the case of a veto, the date of override. Section 2 of this bill takes effect on July 1, 2014.


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