7 LONG TITLE
8 General Description:
9 This bill modifies provisions related to the Utah Science Technology and Research
10 Initiative (USTAR).
11 Highlighted Provisions:
12 This bill:
13 ▸ modifies provisions of the Workforce Development Restricted Account;
14 ▸ dissolves the USTAR Governing Authority;
15 ▸ puts the program director of USTAR under the supervision of the executive director
16 of the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED);
17 ▸ modifies provisions related to grants offered by USTAR;
18 ▸ modifies the reporting requirements of USTAR, including requiring the reporting of
19 a plan to move USTAR programs to GOED; and
20 ▸ makes technical and conforming changes.
21 Money Appropriated in this Bill:
22 This bill appropriates in fiscal year 2020:
23 ▸ to the Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority -- Support
24 Programs, as an ongoing appropriation:
25 • from the General Fund, ($3,282,600); and
26 • from Dedicated Credits Revenue, ($16,100);
27 ▸ to the Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority -- Grant
28 Programs, as a one-time appropriation:
29 • from the General Fund, ($4,500,000);
30 ▸ to the Governor's Office of Economic Development -- Pass-Through, as a one-time
32 • from the General Fund, $1,705,900;
33 ▸ to the Governor's Office of Economic Development -- Pass-Through, as an ongoing
35 • from the General Fund, $385,600; and
36 • from Dedicated Credits Revenue, $16,100;
37 ▸ to the General Fund Restricted -- Workforce Development Restricted Account, as
38 an ongoing appropriation:
39 • from the General Fund, $2,897,000; and
40 ▸ to the General Fund Restricted -- Workforce Development Restricted Account, as a
41 one-time appropriation:
42 • from the General Fund, $2,794,100.
43 Other Special Clauses:
45 Utah Code Sections Affected:
47 13-1-14, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 453
48 63M-2-102, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
49 63M-2-301, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
50 63M-2-302, as repealed and reenacted by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
51 63M-2-302.5, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
52 63M-2-304, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 427
53 63M-2-502, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 453
54 63M-2-503, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
55 63M-2-504, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
56 63M-2-703, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
57 63M-2-802, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2018, Chapter 453
58 63M-2-803, as renumbered and amended by Laws of Utah 2016, Chapter 240
60 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
61 Section 1. Section 13-1-14 is amended to read:
62 13-1-14. Workforce Development Restricted Account.
63 (1) There is created a restricted account within the General Fund known as the
64 Workforce Development Restricted Account.
65 (2) The restricted account shall be administered to provide funding for collaborative
66 projects that support:
67 (a) economic development in the state;
68 (b) workforce development in the state; and
69 (c) [
73 (3) The state treasurer shall invest the money in the restricted account according to the
74 procedures and requirements of Title 51, Chapter 7, State Money Management Act, except that
75 interest and other earnings derived from the restricted account shall be deposited into the
76 restricted account.
77 (4) The restricted account shall be funded by appropriations made to the account by the
79 (5) Subject to appropriation and direction from the Legislature, account money may be
80 used in accordance with this [
81 Section 2. Section 63M-2-102 is amended to read:
82 63M-2-102. Definitions.
83 As used in this chapter:
87 Governing Authority created in Section 63M-2-301.
91 (a) (i) on May 10, 2016, is employed, alone or as part of a research team, by a research
93 (ii) before May 10, 2016, received funding from USTAR for some or all of the
94 researcher's startup costs or research university salary;
95 (iii) was recruited by a research university to become a member of a research
96 university's faculty; and
97 (iv) on or after May 10, 2016, continues to receive USTAR support; or
98 (b) (i) is employed on or after May 10, 2016 as a researcher by a higher education
100 (ii) receives USTAR support; and
101 (iii) is recruited by the governing authority and the higher education institution to
102 become a member of the higher education institution's faculty.
104 (a) means a privately owned corporation, limited liability company, partnership, or
105 other business entity or association; and
106 (b) does not include an individual or a sole proprietorship.
107 (5) "Program director" means the individual appointed under Subsection
109 (6) "Research building" means a building:
110 (a) for which the governing authority holds title; and
111 (b) that is located on the campus of a research university.
112 (7) "Research university" means:
113 (a) the University of Utah; or
114 (b) Utah State University.
115 (8) "USTAR" means the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative created in
116 Section 63M-2-301.
117 (9) "USTAR researcher" means:
118 (a) a principal researcher; or
119 (b) an individual, other than a principal researcher, who:
120 (i) is employed by a higher education institution; and
121 (ii) receives USTAR support.
122 (10) "USTAR support" means assistance provided by USTAR including:
123 (a) financial support;
124 (b) technical assistance;
125 (c) mentoring; and
126 (d) the use of:
127 (i) research or laboratory space controlled by USTAR in a building other than a
128 research building; and
129 (ii) equipment in space described in Subsection (10)(d)(i).
130 Section 3. Section 63M-2-301 is amended to read:
131 63M-2-301. The Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative -- Governing
132 authority -- Executive director.
133 (1) There is created the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative.
134 (2) [
135 Science Technology and Research Governing Authority consisting of:
136 (a) the state treasurer or the state treasurer's designee;
137 (b) the executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development;
138 (c) three members appointed by the governor, with the consent of the Senate;
139 (d) two members appointed by the president of the Senate;
140 (e) two members appointed by the speaker of the House of Representatives; and
141 (f) one member appointed by the commissioner of higher education.
142 (3) (a) The eight appointed members under Subsections (2)(c) through (f) shall serve
143 four-year staggered terms.
144 (b) An appointed member under Subsection (2)(c), (d), (e), or (f):
145 (i) may not serve more than two full consecutive terms; and
146 (ii) may be removed from the governing authority for any reason before the member's
147 term is completed:
148 (A) at the discretion of the original appointing authority; and
149 (B) after the original appointing authority consults with the governing authority.
150 (4) A vacancy on the governing authority in an appointed position under Subsection
151 (2)(c), (d), (e), or (f) shall be filled for the unexpired term by the appointing authority in the
152 same manner as the original appointment.
153 (5) (a) Except as provided in Subsection (5)(b), the governor, with the consent of the
154 Senate, shall select the chair of the governing authority to serve a one-year term.
155 (b) The governor may extend the term of a sitting chair of the governing authority
156 without the consent of the Senate.
157 (c) The executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development shall
158 serve as the vice chair of the governing authority.
159 (6) The governing authority shall meet at least six times each year and may meet more
160 frequently at the request of a majority of the members of the governing authority.
161 (7) Five members of the governing authority are a quorum.
162 (8) A member of the governing authority may not receive compensation or benefits for
163 the member's service, but may receive per diem and travel expenses as allowed in:
164 (a) Section 63A-3-106;
165 (b) Section 63A-3-107; and
166 (c) rules made by the Division of Finance:
167 (i) pursuant to Sections 63A-3-106 and 63A-3-107; and
168 (ii) in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act.
169 (9) (a) [
170 consent of the Senate, [
172 (b) The [
173 with or without cause by[
174 Economic Development.
177 (10) On July 1, 2019, the governing authority is dissolved and the program director is
178 under the supervision of the executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic
180 Section 4. Section 63M-2-302 is amended to read:
181 63M-2-302. USTAR powers and duties.
183 (1) Before July 1, 2019, the governing authority shall, and on or after July 1, 2019, the
184 program director and the executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic
185 Development shall:
186 (a) ensure that funds appropriated to USTAR are used appropriately, effectively, and
187 efficiently in accordance with this chapter;
188 (b) in cooperation with a research university's administration, work to expand research
189 at the research university;
190 (c) enhance technology transfer and commercialization of research and technology
191 developed at a higher education institution to create high-quality jobs and new industries in the
192 private sector in the state;
193 (d) ensure that USTAR programs do not duplicate existing or planned programs of
194 other state agencies;
195 (e) establish written economic development objectives for USTAR that are measurable
196 and verifiable;
197 (f) consider input from the Governor's Office of Economic Development and higher
198 education institutions;
199 (g) establish and administer a grant program, as provided in Section 63M-2-503, and
200 provide USTAR support, as provided in Section 63M-2-504, consistent with and to further
201 economic development objectives that [
202 (h) in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
203 make rules to implement this chapter.
205 (2) Before July 1, 2019, the governing authority may, and on or after July 1, 2019, the
206 program director and the executive director of the Governor's Office of Economic
207 Development may:
208 (a) in addition to receiving money appropriated by the Legislature, receive
209 contributions to USTAR from any source, in the form of money, property, labor, or other thing
210 of value;
211 (b) subject to restrictions imposed by a donor or legislative appropriation, allocate
212 money for programs and activities described in this chapter;
213 (c) enter into an agreement necessary to obtain private equity investment in USTAR;
214 (d) charge and collect rent for space in a facility or building that USTAR controls;
215 (e) in fulfilling [
216 this chapter, collaborate with:
217 (i) the Governor's Office of Economic Development and other state agencies with an
218 interest in economic development; and
219 (ii) private entities with an interest in economic development; and
220 (f) delegate powers and duties to the executive director.
225 Section 5. Section 63M-2-302.5 is amended to read:
226 63M-2-302.5. USTAR requirements.
228 agency and is:
229 (1) an agency for purposes of Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary Procedures Act;
230 (2) an executive branch procurement unit for purposes of Title 63G, Chapter 6a, Utah
231 Procurement Code;
232 (3) a governmental entity for purposes of Title 63G, Chapter 2, Government Records
233 Access and Management Act; and
234 (4) a public body for purposes of Title 52, Chapter 4, Open and Public Meetings Act.
235 Section 6. Section 63M-2-304 is amended to read:
236 63M-2-304. Background checks for employees.
237 (1) As used in this section, "bureau" means the Bureau of Criminal Identification
238 created in Section 53-10-201.
239 (2) Beginning July 1, 2018, [
240 (a) shall require all applicants for Schedule A positions, in accordance with Section
241 67-19-15, to submit to a fingerprint-based local, regional, and national criminal history
242 background check and ongoing monitoring as a condition of employment; and
243 (b) may require applicants for time limited positions to submit to a fingerprint-based,
244 local, regional, and national criminal history background check and ongoing monitoring as a
245 condition of employment if the applicant, as an employee:
246 (i) will interact with children, or vulnerable adults as defined in Section 62A-2-120; or
247 (ii) may have access to sensitive personal and financial information.
248 (3) Each individual in a position listed in Subsection (2) shall provide a completed
249 fingerprint card to [
250 (4) The [
251 to submit to a background check under Subsection (3) provide a signed waiver on a form
252 provided by [
254 (5) For a noncriminal justice background search and registration in accordance with
255 Subsection 53-10-108(13), [
256 (a) the applicant's personal identifying information and fingerprints for a criminal
257 history search of applicable local, regional, and national databases; and
258 (b) a request for all information received as a result of the local, regional, and
259 nationwide background check.
260 (6) [
261 required by Subsection 53-10-108(15) and any fees required to be submitted to the Federal
262 Bureau of Investigation by the bureau.
263 (7) [
264 Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act, that:
265 (a) determine how [
266 of an individual upon receipt of background information; and
267 (b) identify the appropriate privacy risk mitigation strategy to be used in accordance
268 with Subsection 53-10-108(13)(b).
269 Section 7. Section 63M-2-502 is amended to read:
270 63M-2-502. Principal researchers -- Agreement requirements -- Discontinuing
272 (1) Subject to Subsection (6) and legislative appropriation, the governing authority
274 (a) provide funding to help a research university honor its commitments to principal
275 researchers employed by the research university; and
276 (b) give priority to funding provided under Subsection (1)(a).
277 (2) The governing authority shall enter into a written agreement with a higher
278 education institution that employs a principal researcher:
279 (a) establishing performance standards and expectations for a principal researcher; and
280 (b) requiring the higher education institution to require a principal researcher to comply
281 with reporting requirements set forth in Section 63M-2-702.
282 (3) (a) A principal researcher may not be hired on or after May 10, 2016 without the
283 approval of the governing authority and the higher education institution.
284 (b) A higher education institution that enters into or renews an agreement with a
285 principal researcher on or after May 10, 2016 shall include in the agreement:
286 (i) a specific time period for the commitment of USTAR funding;
287 (ii) the amount of USTAR funding committed to the higher education institution for
288 the principal researcher, specifying the purpose of the funding;
289 (iii) an acknowledgment that the principal researcher understands and agrees to the
290 reporting requirements and performance standards under this chapter; and
291 (iv) the governing authority's written approval of the terms of the new or renewed
293 (4) The governing authority may not allocate money to a higher education institution
294 for a principal researcher unless the higher education institution provides the reporting required
295 under Section 63M-2-702.
296 (5) The governing authority may discontinue allocating money to a higher education
297 institution for a principal researcher if the governing authority and the president of the higher
298 education institution employing the principal researcher agree in writing that:
299 (a) the principal researcher:
300 (i) fails to meet the performance standards and expectations established under
301 Subsection (2)(a);
302 (ii) receives a reasonable opportunity to remedy the failure to meet performance
303 standards and expectations; and
304 (iii) fails to remedy the failure to meet performance standards and expectations; and
305 (b) under the circumstances, discontinuing USTAR funding to the higher education
306 institution for the principal researcher is appropriate and justified.
307 (6) Beginning on July 1, 2018, and subject to Subsection (7), USTAR may not provide
308 funding to help a research university honor its commitments to principal researchers employed
309 by the research university.
310 (7) (a) Beginning on July 1, 2019, and until December 31, 2019, USTAR may liquidate
311 funds from one or more escrow accounts that were created before July 1, 2018, related to a
312 research university's commitments to principal researchers, and provide the funds to a research
313 university as previously agreed in a written agreement entered into before July 1, 2018.
314 (b) On January 1, 2020, 66.6% of any money left in an escrow account described in
315 Subsection (7)(a) shall be transferred by USTAR to the University of Utah, and 33.4% of any
316 money left in an escrow account described in Subsection (7)(a) shall be transferred by USTAR
317 to Utah State University.
318 Section 8. Section 63M-2-503 is amended to read:
319 63M-2-503. USTAR grant programs.
320 (1) [
321 program that:
322 (a) is designed to:
323 (i) address market gaps in technology development in the state; or
324 (ii) facilitate research and development of promising technologies;
325 (b) does not overlap with or duplicate other state funded programs; and
326 (c) offers grants, on a competitive basis, to:
327 (i) researchers employed by higher education institutions;
328 (ii) private entities; or
329 (iii) partnerships between researchers employed by higher education institutions and
330 private entities.
331 (2) In accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative Rulemaking Act,
333 (a) the purpose;
334 (b) eligibility criteria to receive a grant;
335 (c) how [
336 (d) reporting requirements in accordance with Part 7, Reporting by Recipients of
337 USTAR Support; and
338 (e) other information [
340 (3) [
341 (a) shall solicit proposals for each grant program; and
342 (b) may, subject to legislative appropriation and Subsection 63M-2-502(1)(b), award
343 grants for each program.
344 (4) In evaluating a grant proposal received in response to a solicitation under this
345 section, [
346 (a) the extent to which the planned research has the potential for commercialization;
347 (b) the market gap the technology or research fills; and
348 (c) other factors [
349 or necessary.
350 (5) [
351 section, as a condition of receiving a grant, to comply with the reporting requirements
352 described in:
353 (a) Section 63M-2-702, for a USTAR researcher; or
354 (b) Section 63M-2-703, for a private entity or for a partnership between a USTAR
355 researcher and a private entity.
356 (6) Beginning on July 1, 2019, USTAR:
357 (a) may not establish any new competitive grant programs;
358 (b) may not award new grants related to any existing competitive grant program; and
359 (c) may continue to pay grant money for a grant awarded before July 1, 2019, in
360 accordance with the written terms of the grant.
361 Section 9. Section 63M-2-504 is amended to read:
362 63M-2-504. Other USTAR support.
363 (1) [
364 (a) provide mentoring, networking, and entrepreneurial training for a private entity or
365 USTAR researcher to help take a new technology to market;
366 (b) provide support to a private entity or USTAR researcher in assessing the potential
367 for bringing a technology to market; and
368 (c) encourage industry partnerships between a private entity and a USTAR researcher.
369 (2) [
370 under this section, as a condition of receiving USTAR support, to comply with the reporting
371 requirements in:
372 (a) Section 63M-2-702, for a USTAR researcher; or
373 (b) Section 63M-2-703, for a private entity or for a partnership between a USTAR
374 researcher and a private entity.
375 Section 10. Section 63M-2-703 is amended to read:
376 63M-2-703. Reporting requirements for private entities.
377 (1) On or before September 1 of each year, the [
378 shall collect the information described in Subsection (2) from each private entity that:
379 (a) receives USTAR support;
380 (b) receives more than 20 hours of training from USTAR;
381 (c) purchases a private entity that previously received USTAR support; or
382 (d) licenses a technology developed by a USTAR researcher.
383 (2) The [
384 (a) public or private investment received by the private entity after the private entity:
385 (i) begins to receive USTAR support;
386 (ii) licenses a technology from a USTAR researcher; or
387 (iii) purchases a private entity that previously received USTAR support;
388 (b) sales or revenue generated by the product or technology;
389 (c) the number of jobs created by the private entity and the average wage for each
390 position; and
391 (d) the location of the private entity.
392 (3) (a) To collect the information described in Subsection (2), the [
393 program director shall, in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 6a, Utah Procurement Code,
394 contract with an independent third party to conduct a survey of each private entity described in
395 Subsection (1).
396 (b) The independent third party selected under Subsection (3)(a) shall use industry
397 standard practices to collect the information described in Subsection (2).
398 (4) The [
399 shall coordinate to verify the job and average wage information described in Subsection (2)(c).
400 Section 11. Section 63M-2-802 is amended to read:
401 63M-2-802. USTAR annual report.
402 (1) (a) On or before October 1 of each year, [
403 submit, in accordance with Section 68-3-14, an annual written report for the preceding fiscal
404 year to:
405 (i) the Business, Economic Development, and Labor Appropriations Subcommittee;
406 (ii) the Economic Development and Workforce Services Interim Committee;
407 (iii) the Business and Labor Interim Committee; and
408 (iv) the governor.
409 (b) An annual report under Subsection (1)(a) is subject to modification as provided in
410 Subsection (5) after an audit described in Section 63M-2-803 is released.
411 (2) An annual report described in Subsection (1) shall include:
412 (a) information reported to [
413 described in Section 63M-2-703;
414 (b) a clear description of the methodology used to arrive at any information in the
415 report that is based on an estimate;
416 (c) starting with fiscal year 2017 data as a baseline, data from previous years for
417 comparison with the annual data reported under this Subsection (2);
418 (d) relevant federal and state statutory references and requirements;
419 (e) contact information for the executive director;
420 (f) other information determined by [
421 accountability and transparency; and
422 (g) the written economic development objectives required under Subsection
423 63M-2-302(1)(e) and a description of progress or challenges in meeting the objectives.
424 (3) [
425 accurate, and accessible information to the public, the governor, and the Legislature.
426 (4) [
427 (a) submit the annual report in accordance with Section 68-3-14; and
428 (b) place a link to the annual report and previous annual reports on USTAR's website.
429 (5) Following the completion of an annual audit described in Section 63M-2-803, [
431 (a) publicly issue a revised annual report that:
432 (i) addresses the audit;
433 (ii) responds to audit findings; and
434 (iii) incorporates any revisions to the annual report based on audit findings;
435 (b) publish the revised annual report on USTAR's website, with a link to the audit; and
436 (c) submit, in accordance with Section 68-3-14, written notification of any revisions of
437 the annual report to:
438 (i) the Business, Economic Development, and Labor Appropriations Subcommittee;
439 (ii) the Economic Development and Workforce Services Interim Committee;
440 (iii) the Business and Labor Interim Committee; and
441 (iv) the governor.
442 (6) In addition to the annual written report described in this section, [
444 (a) provide information and progress reports to a legislative committee upon request;
446 (b) on or before August 1, 2018, and every five years after August 1, 2018, provide to
447 the same entities that receive the annual report described in Subsection (1)(a) a written analysis
448 and recommendations concerning the usefulness of the information required in the annual
449 report and USTAR's ongoing effectiveness, including whether:
450 (i) the reporting requirements are effective at measuring USTAR's performance;
451 (ii) the reporting requirements should be modified;
452 (iii) USTAR is beneficial to the state and should continue; and
453 (iv) whether programs in other agencies could provide similar benefits to the state
454 more effectively or at a lower cost[
455 (c) on or before July 1, 2019, and in cooperation with the executive director of the
456 Governor's Office of Economic Development, provide to the same entities that receive the
457 annual report described in Subsection (1)(a) a written analysis and recommendations
459 (i) the most efficient way to move existing USTAR programs to the Governor's Office
460 of Economic Development by July 1, 2020;
461 (ii) the most cost-effective way to discontinue incubation centers and similar programs
462 by November 30, 2019;
463 (iii) a complete accounting of USTAR grants and an analysis of any technology that
464 USTAR or the state may have a financial interest in if the technology is or was successful;
465 (iv) a complete accounting of whether USTAR is owed any money as a result of
466 previous agreements or the commercialization of technology funded by USTAR;
467 (v) any technology funded in any part by USTAR that has been or should be
468 commercialized; and
469 (vi) a plan to do the following by November 30, 2019:
470 (A) move USTAR's headquarters to office space within the Governor's Office of
471 Economic Development;
472 (B) subject to Subsection (6)(c)(vi)(C), terminate USTAR building leases;
473 (C) transfer the lease of the Sparrowhawk building at Falcon Hill Drive in Clearfield,
474 Utah to the Military Installation Development Authority; and
475 (D) transfer ownership and title of any USTAR-owned building on the campus of Utah
476 State University to Utah State University.
477 Section 12. Section 63M-2-803 is amended to read:
478 63M-2-803. Audit requirements.
479 (1) Every third year beginning 2018, an audit of USTAR shall be made as described in
480 this section.
481 (2) (a) As approved by the Legislative Audit Subcommittee, the audit shall be
482 conducted by:
483 (i) the legislative auditor; or
484 (ii) an independent auditor engaged by the legislative auditor.
485 (b) An independent auditor used under Subsection (2)(a)(ii) may not have a direct
486 financial conflict of interest with USTAR [
487 (3) [
489 (4) The [
490 (a) include a verification of the accuracy of the information required to be included in
491 the annual report described in Section 63M-2-802; and
492 (b) be completed by December 1 of the year the report is required under Subsection (1).
493 Section 13. Appropriations.
494 The following sums of money are appropriated for the fiscal year beginning July 1,
495 2019, and ending June 30, 2020. These are additions to amounts previously appropriated for
496 fiscal year 2020.
497 Subsection 12(a). Operating and Capital Budgets.
498 Under the terms and conditions of Title 63J, Chapter 1, Budgetary Procedures Act, the
499 Legislature appropriates the following sums of money from the funds or accounts indicated for
500 the use and support of the government of the state of Utah.
501 ITEM 1
502 To Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority -- Support Programs
503 From General Fund
504 From Dedicated Credits
505 Schedule of Programs:
506 Incubation Programs ($2,160,600)
507 Regional Outreach ($736,400)
508 SBIR/STTR Assistance Center ($401,700)
509 ITEM 2
510 To Utah Science Technology and Research Governing Authority -- Grant Programs
511 From General Fund, One-time
512 Schedule of Programs:
513 Industry Partnership Program ($2,375,000)
514 Technology Acceleration Program ($2,125,000)
515 ITEM 3
516 To Governor's Office of Economic Development -- Pass-Through
517 From General Fund, One-time
518 Schedule of Programs:
519 Pass-Through $1,705,900
520 The Legislature intends that:
521 (1) the Governor's Office of Economic Development shall pass-through the
522 appropriation described in this item to the Military Installation Development Authority; and
523 (2) the Military Installation Development Authority shall expend this appropriation to
524 pay for at least three years of lease payments for the Sparrowhawk building at Falcon Hill
525 Drive in Clearfield, Utah, and to manage the administration of programs at the Sparrowhawk
526 building at Falcon Hill Drive in Clearfield, Utah.
527 ITEM 4
528 To Governor's Office of Economic Development -- Pass-Through
529 From General Fund
530 From Dedicated Credits Revenue
531 Schedule of Programs:
532 Pass-Through $401,700
533 The Legislature intends that the Governor's Office of Economic Development shall
534 pass-through the appropriation described in this item to the Small Business Innovation
535 Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Assistance Center, also known as the
536 SBIR/SBTTR Assistance Center.
537 Subsection 12(b). Restricted Fund and Account Transfers.
538 The Legislature authorizes the State Division of Finance to transfer the following
539 amounts between the following funds or accounts as indicated. Expenditures and outlays from
540 the funds or accounts to which the money is transferred must be authorized by an
542 ITEM 5
543 To General Fund Restricted -- Workforce Development Restricted Account
544 From General Fund
545 Schedule of Programs:
546 Workforce Development Restricted Account $2,897,000
547 ITEM 6
548 To General Fund Restricted -- Workforce Development Restricted Account
549 From General Fund, One-time
550 Schedule of Programs:
551 Workforce Development Restricted Account $2,794,100