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					                                      UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
                                      BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING AGENDA
                              September 30, 2010 – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (Working Lunch)
                                Utah College of Applied Technology, Office of the President
                                            4501 South 2700 West, Building 3
                                                  Taylorsville, UT 84119


I. Introduction

A.   Call to Order – Vice Chair Madsen ............................................................................................................
B.   Introductions – Pres. Brems………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
C.   Approval of Agenda – Vice Chair Madsen.................................................................................................
D.   Approval of 15 June 2010 Minutes – Vice Chair Madsen…………………………………………………………………….A
E.   Executive Committee Report – Vice Chair Madsen……………………………………………………………………………..B

II. Action Items

A. FY 2012 Capital Facilities Prioritization – Pres. Brems………………………………………………………………………….C
B. Initial Policy Approvals 515 (Staff Employment Policy), 520 (Personnel Files), 525 (Evaluation, Corrective
Action and Termination of Staff Personnel) and 530 (Staff Employee Separations) – Pres. Brems…………………….D
C. Final Policy Approvals 202 (Custom Fit Training) and 204 (Tuition and Fees) – Pres. Brems………………………E
D. FY 2010 Enrollment Report – VP Haines………………………………………………………………………………………………F
E. OWATC – Clearwire Cell Tower Contract – Campus Pres. Mercier……………………………………………………….G
F. FY 2012 Budget Requests – VP Brinkerhoff………………………………………………………………………………………….H
G. FY 2010 Custom Fit Report– Pres. Brems…………………………………………………………………………………………….I
H. FY 2010 UCAT Annual Report – VP Haines…………………………………………………………………………………………..J
I. Board of Trustees Calendar – Pres. Brems…………………………………………………………………………………………..K
J. Audit Committee Report – Trustee Don Roberts, Audit Committee Chair…………………………………………..L

III. Information Items

A. Social Security 218 Agreement(s)– Pres. Brems & Asst. Attorney General Douglas Richards……………..M
B. Program Approvals: MATC Welding, DATC Esthetician/Master Esthetician – VPHaines…………………….N
C. K-16 Alliance Workforce Committee – VP Haines………………………………………………………………………………O
D. Utah’s 2020 Plan for Higher Education – “Utah’s Big Goal” – Commissioner Sederburg…………………….P

IV. Closed Session

Board may elect to go into closed session, which will not be open to the public, pursuant to Utah Code Section 52-
4-204-206.


IV. Adjourn
                                       UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
                                                   15 June 2010
                                            BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING
                                                    MINUTES



  Board of Trustees Present                              UCAT Administration
  Tom Bingham, Chair – Tooele                            Robert Brems – President
  Michael Madsen, Vice Chair –                           Jared Haines – VP, Instruction and Student Services
    Bridgerland                                          Brian Foisy – VP, Finance and Administrative Services
  Mark Dennis – Uintah Basin                             Julie Simmons – Executive Assistant
  Douglas Holmes – Ogden-Weber                           Darrell White – Director of Development
  Mark Gubler – Dixie
  Mike McCandless – CEU
  Don Roberts – Southwest
  William Prows – Davis
  Spencer Eccles – Governor’s Office of Economic         UCAT Campus Presidents & Delegates
    Development, arrived late                            Richard Maughan – Bridgerland
  David Crandall – State Board of Education              Mike Bouwhuis - Davis
  William Sederburg – Commissioner                       Rich VanAusdal - Dixie
    of Higher Education                                  Collette Mercier - Ogden-Weber
  Stanley Parrish –SLCC, arrived late                    Paul Hacking - Uintah Basin
  Katharine Garff – Board of Regents                     Clay Christensen – Mountainland
  Carl Albrecht – Snow                                   Scott Snelson – Tooele
  Jim Olsen – Business-Industry Governor’s               Dana Miller - Southwest
    Appointee
  Dale Cox – Union Apprenticeship                        Excused
  Brad Tanner – Non-Union Apprenticeship

  Excused

  Jim Evans – Mountainland




                                                         Media Present
Others Present                                           Paul Koepp – Deseret News
Spencer Pratt – Legislative Auditor
Miles Nelson – USU-CEU
Jennifer Escalera – Notary Public
UCAT Board of Trustees Meeting
15 June 2010
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                                          MINUTES OF MEETING
                                 UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY
                                         BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                            15 June 2010

Call to Order
Chair Tom Bingham called the meeting to order at 10:09 a.m.

Introductions
Chair Bingham excused Jim Evans. He welcomed Spencer Pratt from the Legislative Auditor’s office as well as
Paul Koepp from the Deseret News and Miles Nelson from CEU. He introduced Ms. Jennifer Escalera, Notary
Public, who was in attendance to notarize the Oath of Office for two new trustees. Chair Bingham asked each
present to introduce themselves to the new trustees.

Approval of the Agenda
Motion to approve the agenda
Moved: Michael Madsen; Seconded: Doug Holmes; Voting: Unanimous

Approval of Minutes from 29 April 2010 Board Meeting (Page 1)
An error on the date of the upcoming meeting was noted
Motion to approve the 29 April minutes, as amended
Moved: Mark Gubler; Seconded: Mark Dennis; Voting: Unanimous

Administration of the Oath of Office for New Trustees (Page 4)
Chair Bingham administered the Oath of Office for Brad Tanner and Dale Cox.
The Oaths were notarized by Jennifer Escalera

Report from the Executive Committee
Chair Bingham gave a report of the Executive Committee, which met just prior to the Board of Trustees, in
preparation for the full board meeting.


                                              ACTION ITEMS

A. Initial Review of Policies 202 and 204 (Page 8)
Policy 202 includes changes as recommended by the UCAT Custom Fit Council.
Motion to approve policy after initial review
Moved: Don Roberts; Seconded: Michael Madsen; Voting: unanimous

Policy 204 is a replacement policy. It was recommended that the policy be approved upon initial review and
that VP Haines would consult with the Utah State Office of Education concerning the definition of a
secondary student.
Motion to approve policy after initial review
Moved: Jim Olsen; Seconded: Mark Gubler; Voting: Unanimous
UCAT Board of Trustees Meeting
15 June 2010
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B. Final Review of Policies 509, 511, 512, & 513 (Page 15)
The questions raised in these policies during the 29 April meeting were addressed. Director Darrell White
included information he had researched concerning these questions. It was recommended that the policies
be approved after final review.
Moved: Michael Madsen; Seconded: Mike McCandless; Voting: unanimous

C. Differential Tuition Rate (Page 37)
President Brems asked Campus Presidents Christensen, Hacking and Maughan to explain the programs for
which a differential tuition rate was requested. It was recommended that the Board approve the differential
tuition rate for FY11 only.
Moved: Doug Holmes; Seconded: Don Roberts; Voting: unanimous

D. Campus President/UCAT President Compensation (Page 44)
President Brems indicated that given the recent budget cuts, compensation would not be changing for FY11.
The Board indicated that next year, compensation should be readdressed as the presidents work diligently
for the UCAT system and their leadership and services are valued and appreciated.
Motion to approve current compensation
Moved: Michael Madsen; Seconded: Mike McCandless; Voting: unanimous

E. UCAT Data Dictionary (Page 45)
President Brems introduced the data dictionary as the document that the campuses use to report data to
UCAT Administration as well as State and Federal data warehouses. He indicated that the document had
been developed by campus representatives and approved by the campus presidents. President Brems
recommended that the Board approve the UCAT Data Dictionary.
Moved: Michael Madsen; Seconded: Don Roberts; Voting: unanimous

                                    INFORMATION / DISCUSSION ITEMS

A. Program Approval, BATC ASL Interpreting (Page 49)
VP Haines introduced the BATC ASL Interpreting program as approved by President Brems and indicated that
it was a greatly needed program in the Cache Valley.

B. Microsoft Elevate America Program
VP Haines explained UCAT’s role in carrying out Microsoft Elevate America program and indicated that it was
a huge success.

C. Executive Committee Meeting Minutes
Minutes from the Executive Committee meeting on 29 April were presented as an information item. The
minutes were approved earlier in the Executive Committee meeting on 15 June.

C. Report from Chairman
Chair Bingham reported that the Executive Committee had met earlier in the day in preparation for the full
board meeting.

D. Report from UCAT President
President Brems announced that VP Foisy will be taking a post at Minot State University in North Dakota
beginning July 1, 2010. He also allowed Julie Simmons to announce that she will be leaving UCAT to move to
Georgia at the end of July.
UCAT Board of Trustees Meeting
15 June 2010
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                                                ADJOURN

Motion to adjourn made by Mark Gubler; Seconded: Mark Dennis
Voting: Unanimous
Meeting adjourned at 12:48 PM
The next Board of Trustees meeting was confirmed for 30 September, 2010 at UCAT Office of the President.
                                                                                                                       TAB C

                                  UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                                         AGENDA ITEM

                                                UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                                   30 September 2010

ITEM:               II.A

TOPIC:              FY 2012 Capital Facilities Prioritization and Approval

BACKGROUND
Six UCAT campuses have indicated needs for initial or additional state funded capital facilities. Each has
developed a proposal that has been submitted to the Office of the UCAT President and the Division of
Facilities Construction and Management (DFCM). Each campus made a presentation to the UCAT Board
of Trustees Executive Committee on September 29, 2010 and the Executive Committee has formulated a
recommendation for prioritizing the projects. The campuses making requests are listed below
(alphabetically) with a project title and projected cost, square feet and operations and maintenance cost:
Bridgerland Applied Technology College    Health Science and Technology Building   $25,800,000 / 120,000 sq ft / $853,200 O&M
Davis Applied Technology College          Medical Building Expansion               $21,450,000 / 65,000 sq ft / $462,150 O&M
Dixie Applied Technology College          DXATC Main Campus Land Purchase          $2,400,000 / 10 acres
Mountainland Applied Technology College   Central Utah County Campus               $6,800,000 / 29,280 sq ft / $208,181 O&M
Southwest Applied Technology College      Allied Health and Technology Building    $14,510,796 / 68,000 sq ft / $483,480 O&M
Tooele Applied Technology College         TATC Main Campus                         $9,980,653 / 66,750 sq ft / $474,593 O&M

Two campuses are submitting land banking requests. Prioritization is not required for these requests. Both
are listed below (alphabetically) with project title, projected acreage and projected cost:

Bridgerland Applied Technology College    Logan Campus Expansion                             $8,175,000 / 54.5 acres
Davis Applied Technology College          Morgan Education / Economic Development Center     $575,000 / 9.88 acres

UCAT Administration is seeking Board of Trustee authorization to submit a non-state funded proposal to
construct an approximate 10,000 square foot permanent Office of the UCAT President facility on college-
owned property at Thanksgiving Point. The project would be accomplished through a 20-year lease
revenue bond issued by the Legislature in the amount of up to $1.2M. The bond would be repaid with on-
going funds currently in the UCAT budget for building occupancy and other costs.

FISCAL IMPACT
Capital Facilities Requests, $80,963,804 (one-time funding)
Capital Facilities Operations and Maintenance, $1,769,085 (on-going funding)
Land Banking Requests, $8,750,000 (one-time funding)

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the Executive Committee
recommendations for prioritizing FY 2012 UCAT Capital Facilities requests and authorizing the one non-
state funded request.
                                                                                             TAB D


                          UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                             AGENDA ITEM

                                     UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                        30 September 2010



ITEM: II.B

TOPIC: Policy 515 – Staff Employment Policy
       Policy 520 – Personnel File
       Policy 525 – Evaluation, Corrective Action and Termination of Staff Personnel
       Policy 530 – Staff Employee Separations


BACKGROUND

Four personnel policies pertaining to the Office of the UCAT President are being submitted for initial
approval. If given initial approval, the policies will become effective immediately and will be presented
again in the next Trustees meeting for final approval.


FISCAL IMPACT

None

RECOMMENDATIONS

UCAT Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees provide initial approval of Policies
515,520,525 and 530.




Attachments: Policy 515 – Staff Employment Policy
             Policy 520 – Personnel File
             Policy 525 – Evaluation, Corrective Action and Termination of Staff Personnel
             Policy 530 – Staff employee Separations
                              UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:               515

                                            POLICIES                                    Date:            August 11, 2010

                                                                                        Page:        1        of     2

   Subject:        Staff Employment-DRAFT


515.1 Purpose: To outline policies for employing personnel in the Office of the UCAT President.

515.2 Definitions
        2.1. Salaried Personnel: persons employed part time or full time in positions expected to last for
        an indefinite period of time and other specific groups of persons designated by the UCAT President
        as holding salaried positions.
        2.2. Probationary Personnel: employees who have not completed the required probationary
        period as defined in Policy 511
        2.3. Temporary Personnel: persons employed in part time or full time positions which do not meet
        the criteria identified in 2.1 above. This category includes “time limited” positions which are based
        upon temporary resources such as grants, one time funds, etc, and are available for a pre-
        determined time period.
        2.4. Hourly positions: persons employed in non-salaried positions who work based on a pre-
        determined number of hours per week. Compensation of hourly employees is based on an hourly
        rate and not an annual salary.

513.3 -Policy

         3.1. Equal Employment Opportunity: The Office of the UCAT President is fully committed to
         policies of equal opportunity and nondiscrimination. Accordingly, the Office pursues a vigorous
         program of affirmative action in all its classifications of employment in order to prevent any form of
         discrimination, harassment, or prejudicial treatment on the basis of race, color, religion, national
         origin, sex, childbirth, pregnancy, pregnancy related conditions, age or status as a person with
         disabilities, disabled veteran, or otherwise as provided by law.

         3.2. Administrative Responsibilities: It is the responsibility of all administrative officers of the
         Office of the UCAT President to make decisions on staff employment matters in accordance with
         the policies of the Office of the UCAT President as approved by the UCAT Board of Trustees.

         3.3. Salaried Personnel: Vacancies in salaried personnel positions must be posted for a minimum
         of seven calendar days. This time begins the day the position is posted on the UCAT web site. The
         posting time is designed to give equal opportunity to all candidates.
                   3.3.1. A list of all qualified applicants will be prepared by the UCAT President or designee
                   and presented to the UCAT officer responsible for hiring.
                   3.3.2. Reference checks will be made by the UCAT officer responsible for hiring or a
                   designee.
                   3.3.3. Non-selected applicants will be notified by the UCAT President or UCAT officer
                   responsible for hiring unless the President directs otherwise.
         3.4. Advertising of Positions: The Office of the UCAT President will advertise job information by
         posting a listing on the UCAT web site, in various locations at the office, in the community, electric
         media and in other appropriate locations. Additional advertising may be done at the discretion of
         the UCAT President.

         3.5. Exceptions to Posting of Job Opportunities: The following are exceptions to the
         requirement to post job opportunities:
                        UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:              515

                                       POLICIES                                   Date:           August 11, 2010

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Subject:      Staff Employment-DRAFT


             3.5.1. Intra-Office Transfer/Promotion: Candidates for the filling of vacancies may be
             limited to current salaried employees of the Office of the UCAT President if notice of the
             vacancy has been posted internally in a reasonably visible and timely manner. If a
             suitable qualified replacement is found within the office, the position need not be
             advertised or posted outside the office.
             3.5.2. Hourly to Salaried: Posting is not required when a position is changed from hourly
             to salaried within the office, and (1) the position for which the hourly employee was
             originally hired was listed and filled through approved procedures, and (2) the new
             salaried position is logically relevant to that of the original assignment.
             3.5.3. Waiver: In exceptional situations, the UCAT President may, by written
             memorandum, waive the posting requirement.

    3.6. Promotions and Transfers: It is the policy of the Office of the UCAT President to promote
    from within whenever feasible, and for this purpose preference will be given qualified Office of the
    UCAT President employees when filling vacancies.

    3.7. Recruitment Actions: All recruiting actions must be in conformity with applicable the Office of
    the UCAT President policies, including equal employment opportunity policy.

    3.8. Background Checks: Selected applicants will receive a full criminal background check prior
    to final approval for employment.
                              UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:              520

                                            POLICIES                                    Date:           August 11, 2010

                                                                                        Page:       1        of     3

   Subject:        Personnel Files-DRAFT


520.1 Purpose: To define the term "personnel file;" and establish procedures for the inspection, copying,
and challenges to the contents of such files maintained by the Office of the UCAT President.

520.2 Definitions
        2.1. “Personnel File": The current official file or files maintained by the Office of the UCAT
        President relating to an employee of the Office which contains documents and data recorded in
        the usual course of official business relating specifically to the individual's employment
        qualifications, working assignments, promotions, compensation, job performance, personnel
        evaluations, and disciplinary proceedings. The "personnel file" shall include but is not limited to the
        records of completed retention, promotion, compensation, review proceedings and any letters or
        memoranda of evaluation, commendation or criticism relating to an employee which were not
        solicited or written under a request or promise of confidentiality.

         2.2. "Designated Vice President": A UCAT Vice President designated by the UCAT President
         with responsibility to maintain official personnel records for the Office of the UCAT President.


520.3 -Policy

         3.1. Disclosure: The Office of the UCAT President recognizes the right of each employee to
         examine, obtain a copy of, and to challenge the accuracy of factual data in documents contained in
         that employee's personnel file, except for information and materials therein that are classified as
         "controlled" or "protected" under the Government Records Access and Management Act, Utah
         Code §63G-2 or the disclosure of which is forbidden pursuant to state or federal law.

                  3.1.1. Secret files or systems containing information about personnel included within the
                  scope of this policy shall not be maintained by the Office of the UCAT President. Upon
                  request by an office employee, or by an authorized officer of the Office of the UCAT
                  President pursuant to such a request from an employee, it shall be the duty of all Office of
                  the UCAT President personnel with knowledge of the facts to disclose the existence and
                  maintenance of all files or systems containing personnel information relating to that
                  employee, whether or not such information is subject to inspection or copying by the
                  employee.
                  3.1.2. This policy applies only to "personnel files" as defined herein, and does not affect
                  any right conferred by law upon an individual to inspect, copy, or challenge the contents of
                  other records and files of the office that relate to that individual. (See Government
                  Records Access and Management Act, Utah Code §63G-2)
                  3.1.3. No person has a right under this policy to inspect, copy, or challenge the contents
                  of the personnel file relating to any other individual, except to the extent that such person
                  may be authorized to do so pursuant to the Government Records Access and
                  Management Act, Utah Code §63G- 2.

         3.2. File Maintenance: The personnel files of employees shall be maintained by the designated
         Vice President of Administrative Services or other designee under the supervision of the UCAT
         President.
                         UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                         Number:               520

                                        POLICIES                                    Date:            August 11, 2010

                                                                                    Page:        2        of     3

Subject:      Personnel Files-DRAFT


    3.3. Inspection and Copying: Upon request to the UCATPresident, an employee of the Office of
    the UCAT President shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to inspect and/or obtain a copy of
    his or her personnel file, or such part thereof as is described in the request, subject to the following
    limitations:

             3.3.1. Letters or memoranda of recommendation, evaluation, or criticism which were
             solicited or submitted under a request or promise of confidentiality shall be temporarily
             removed from the individual's personnel file before it is inspected by the individual to
             whom such letters or memoranda refer.
             3.3.2. Information in an employee's personnel file which relates to persons other than the
             subject employee shall be temporarily removed from the file, before it is inspected by the
             employee, if the information (1) is classified as "private," "controlled" or "protected"
             information within the meaning of the Government Records Access and Management Act,
             Utah Code §63G-2; (2) consists of personally identifiable information relating to the salary
             or compensation of a person other than the employee who is the subject of the personnel
             file; or (3) is prohibited from disclosure by or pursuant to applicable state or federal law.

    3.4. Request to Inspect: A request to inspect may be oral or written and shall describe generally
    the records or data in the personnel file which the individual wishes to examine. The person
    seeking inspection shall, upon request, produce appropriate documents or other evidence of
    identity.

             3.4.1. The designated UCAT vice president or designee shall take appropriate steps to
             comply with the request with reasonable promptness.
             3.4.2. The inspection shall take place in the presence of the vice president or a designee.
             No changes or alterations may be made to any documents in the file, and no documents
             may be removed from the file.
             3.4.3. A notation recording the request and the inspection shall be inserted in the file by
             the designated UCAT vice president or designee immediately after the inspection has
             been concluded.

    3.5. Copies of File Documents: A request for copies of the personnel file, or any part thereof, may
    be oral or written and shall describe the records or data in the personnel file which the individual
    requests to have copied. The written request or a notation of the oral request shall be placed in the
    personnel file.

             3.5.1. As deemed necessary, the cost of copying shall be calculated by the designated
             UCATvice president pursuant to a current schedule of charges as established by the
             UCAT President.
             3.5.2. Upon receiving evidence of payment of the cost of copying, the designated vice
             president shall arrange to prepare copies in accordance with the request and make them
             available to the requesting individual with reasonable promptness.

             3.6. Challenge to Contents: An employee of the Office of the UCAT President may at
             any time challenge any factual statement or entry of factual data in his or her personnel
                      UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                          Number:              520

                                     POLICIES                                     Date:           August 11, 2010

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Subject:    Personnel Files-DRAFT


           file upon the ground that it is inaccurate, misleading, inappropriate, or otherwise in
           violation of individual rights.

                    3.6.1. Any such challenge shall be submitted in writing to the designated UCAT
                    vice president, or UCAT President who shall promptly review the facts and
                    supporting data and seek to resolve the challenge by informal means. If informal
                    resolution is not possible, the UCAT President may authorize the designated vice
                    president to make necessary changes in, deletions from, or additions to the
                    personnel file to assure that the file includes only factually accurate, truthful, and
                    relevant information. The employee shall be advised in writing of all such
                    modifications approved by the President or designee.

                    3.6.2. An employee who believes that the challenge has not been disposed of in
                    a satisfactory manner may request a formal consideration of the challenge by an
                    ad hoc advisory committee of three disinterested persons appointed for the
                    purpose by the UCAT President. After such investigation and consideration of
                    the matter as the committee deems to be appropriate in light of the
                    circumstances, including a reasonable opportunity for the employee to argue the
                    merits of the challenge orally and to present supporting evidence, the committee
                    shall submit its report, including any recommendations it deems proper, to the
                    UCAT President.

                    3.6.3. The UCAT President, after reviewing the committee's report, shall make a
                    final written determination of the challenge. The original challenge and the
                    President’s written determination thereof, whether before or after review by an ad
                    hoc committee, shall be included in and maintained as part of the employee's
                    personnel file. The UCAT President’s written determination shall be final.
                             UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:             525

                                           POLICIES                                    Date:          August 11, 2010

                                                                                       Page:      1        of     2

   Subject:        Evaluation, Corrective Action, and Termination of Staff Personnel-DRAFT


525.1 Purpose: To provide for regular, ongoing and effective evaluation of staff personnel of the Office of
the UCAT President and ensure that the evaluation and corrective action processes are administered in a
fair and consistent manner.

525.2 References
        2.1. Policy 501, Equal Opportunity and Nondiscrimination
        2.2. Policy 502, Sexual Harassment and Consensual Relationships
        2.3. Policy 507, Personal Conduct
        2.4. Policy 508, Drug-Free Workplace
        2.5. Policy 511 Employment Practices
        2.6. Policy 515 Staff Employment
        2.7 Policy 530 Staff Employee Separations

525.3 -Scope
        3.1. Salaried Personnel: This policy applies to all salaried personnel of the Office of the UCAT
        President who have satisfactorily completed their probationary period. (See Policies 511 & 515)
        3.2. Temporary Hourly and Probationary Staff: Temporary, hourly and probationary staff
        employees are not included within the scope of the policy as they are designated “at will”
        employees and, as such, may be terminated by UCAT without advance notice and without staff
        employee grievance rights.
        3.3. Necessary Conditions: Before any corrective action is taken, the employee’s immediate
        supervisor will assure one of the following conditions has been met:
                 3.3.1. the employee was made aware of the expectations of the job as outlined in the job
                 description and as communicated in the hiring, orientation and performance evaluation
                 processes, or
                 3.3.2. the behavior, in the reasonable opinion of the immediate supervisor, is such that no
                 reasonable person should expect to receive prior warning.

525.4 -Policy
        4.1 Performance Evaluation: All salaried personnel of the Office of the UCAT President shall
        receive a performance evaluation at least annually by an immediate supervisor using forms and
        processes approved by the UCAT President.
                 4.1.1 Results of the evaluation shall be reviewed with the employee within a reasonable
                 time period following the evaluation.
                 4.1.2 An employee whose job performance is inadequate or in need of improvement shall
                 be provided with an explanation clearly identifying:
                          (a). deficiencies
                          (b). recommended course of corrective action to improve performance

         4.2. Consideration of Actual and Potential Impact and Consequences of Behavior: In
         determining the level of corrective action which may be taken, consideration will be given to both
         the actual or potential impact and to the consequences of the behavior. The factors which will be
         considered within the decision making process will include:
                  4.2.1. Physical/Safety Issues
                  4.2.2. Service Impact
                  4.2.3. Financial Implications
                         UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                           Number:              525

                                        POLICIES                                      Date:           August 11, 2010

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Subject:       Evaluation, Corrective Action, and Termination of Staff Personnel-DRAFT


             4.2.4. Resultant Disruption Level
             4.2.5. Violation of UCAT policies, procedures, or standards
             4.2.6. Violation of Law

    4.3. Level of Corrective Action: The level of corrective action will be the result of an evaluation of
    each current incident based on the following factors:

             4.3.1. the six factors listed above (actual and potential impact)
             4.3.2. past history
             4.3.3 previous corrective actions taken. (The current incident need not be of the same
             type as previous incidents.

    4.4. Possible Corrective Actions: Possible corrective actions in order of seriousness include, but
    are not limited to, Written Warning, Final Written Warning, Suspension without Pay, Demotion and
    Termination. In determining the level of corrective action which may be taken, consideration will be
    given to both the actual or potential impact and to the consequences of the behavior.

             4.4.1. Supervisors, in consultation with others as deemed appropriate, will determine the
             corrective action to be taken.

    4.5. Corrective Action without Warning: Written warning, the least serious level of corrective
    action, may be applied without any prior warning. In some instances, depending on the nature and
    severity of the issue, more serious corrective action, such as suspension or termination, may also
    be applied without prior warnings having been issued to the employee.

    4.7. Review and Approval: Prior to imposing a corrective action of, Final Written Warning,
    Suspension Without Pay, Demotion or Termination, supervisors must consult with the UCAT
    President for review and approval of the action.

    4.8. Written Action and the Grievance Process: The employee will be advised, in writing, of the
    corrective action being taken and the relevant grievance process.

    4.9. Serious Violations: The following are considered "serious violations" within the meaning of
    this policy and will result in corrective actions at higher levels of seriousness as defined in 4.4
    above:
              4.9.1. Theft
              4.9.2. Violence or threat of violence
              4.9.3. Falsification of UCAT documents or misrepresentation to take advantage of UCAT
              benefits or policies
              4.9.4. A conviction of, or a plea of guilty or no contest to any crime that is detrimental to or
              impacts the UCAT community
              4.9.5. Use of UCAT computer systems to access pornography, gambling or other unlawful
              activities
              4.9.6. Intentional privacy violation (GRAMA or HIPAA)
              4.9.7. A “For Cause” finding of discrimination or harassment
                      UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                         Number:              525

                                     POLICIES                                    Date:           August 11, 2010

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           4.9.8 Serious misconduct, including but not limited to violations that pose a serious risk of
           harm to people or resources
           4.9.9. Failure to correct, within a reasonable time period, any performance or behavior
           which has been identified as inappropriate or inadequate
                             UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:              530

                                           POLICIES                                    Date:           August 11, 2010

                                                                                       Page:       1        of     2

   Subject:        Staff Employee Separations-DRAFT


530.1 Purpose: To outline Office of the UCAT President policy with respect to staff employee separations
that are non-disciplinary.

530.2 Definition
         2.1. Staff employment Separations: Staff employment separations occur when an employee is
no longer an employee of the Office of the UCAT President , due to resignation, job abandonment,
retirement, or an employee’s unavailability.

530.3 –Policy
        4.1. Resignation: An employee may terminate his/her employment with the Office of the UCAT
        President by submitting an oral or written resignation to his/her supervisor.
                 4.1.1. An employee in an “exempt” (Fair Labor Standards Act) position who resigns
                 his/her position should provide four (4) weeks advance notice; and
                 4.1.2. An employee in a “non-exempt” (Fair Labor Standards Act) position who resigns
                 his/her position should provide two (2) weeks advance notice.

        4.2. Finalizing or withdrawing a resignation
                 4.2.1. Supervisors should acknowledge the receipt and acceptance of both oral and
                 written resignations in writing. Written acceptance of a resignation is to be either delivered
                 personally to the employee, sent by email, or sent by U.S. mail to his/her last known
                 address. Written acceptance of a resignation is effective upon delivery if delivered
                 personally, upon sending if emailed, and upon mailing if sent by U.S. mail.
                 4.2.2. Unless and until the supervisor delivers, sends or mails written acceptance of a
                 resignation, the employee may withdraw his/her resignation within twenty-four (24) hours
                 (by the same time on the next business day) after s/he has submitted it. Withdrawal of a
                 resignation must be in writing and must be delivered to the supervisor within this twenty-
                 four (24) hour period. Within this twenty-four (24) hour period, no resignation can be
                 withdrawn after the delivery, sending, or mailing of a written acceptance, without the
                 approval of the UCAT President.

        4.3. Retirement: Retirement is a form of resignation. An employee may retire when s/he is eligible
        and applies for receipt of benefit payments or annuities under an applicable benefit program.

        4.4. Job Abandonment: An employee abandons his/her position, and his/her employment with the
        Office of the UCAT President will be discontinued, by failing to come to work for three (3)
        consecutive scheduled workdays and failing to follow proper notification procedure.

                 4.4.1. On or after the first day missed without notice, the work unit will endeavor to contact
                 the employee to determine why the employee has failed to report to work.
                 4.4.2. If an employee returns after 1 or 2 days without notice, s/he will be subject to
                 corrective action in accordance with Policy 525.
                 4.4.3. If an employee fails to report to work for three (3) consecutive days, without notice
                 s/he may be subject to separation from employment, even if s/he returns to work on the
                 fourth day.
                 4.4.5. Separations under this provision of this policy must not occur until the work unit
                 consults with and has the approval of the Human Resource Officer.
                         UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                         Number:              530

                                       POLICIES                                     Date:           August 11, 2010

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Subject:      Staff Employee Separations-DRAFT


             4.4.6. The supervisor shall provide written notice to the employee of the separation.
             Written notice is to be delivered personally to the employee or mailed to his/her last
             known address.

    4.5. Separation Due to Unavailability: An employee may be separated from employment on the
    basis of unavailability when the employee is unable to return to his/her position after all approved,
    earned leave has been exhausted and there is no reasonable alternative available that would allow
    the employee to return to his/her position and perform the functions of his/her job. Reasonable
    alternatives may include, but not be limited to, a reasonable accommodation requested in
    accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
              4.5.1. Prior to implementing a separation due to unavailability the work unit shall provide
              the employee written notice of the following:
                        4.5.1.1. the pending separation;
                        4.5.1.2. the reason for the action (i.e., the employee is unable to return to work);
                        4.5.1.3. the proposed effective date of the separation; and
                        4.5.1.4. the opportunity for the employee to propose reasonable alternatives that
                        would allow the employee to return to work. The employee must submit his/her
                        proposed reasonable alternatives in writing within five (5) working days to the
                        supervisor.
              4.5.2. At the conclusion of the five (5) day response period, and after taking into
              consideration any proposed alternative or other information the employee may have
              offered, the supervisor must consult with and obtain the approval of the UCAT President
              before separation can occur.
              4.5.3. The supervisor shall provide written notice to the employee of the separation.
              Written notice is to be either delivered personally to the employee or mailed to his/her last
              known address.

    4.6. Separation Logistics: The supervisor is responsible to ensure that all UCAT property is
    returned (keys, ID cards, credit cards, equipment, etc.), all debts are resolved, and all
    computer/data access discontinued.
                                                                                          TAB E


                          UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                           AGENDA ITEM

                                    UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                       30 September 2010



ITEM: II.C

TOPIC: Policy 202 – Custom Fit Training
       Policy 204 – Tuition and Fees


BACKGROUND

Two policies were given initial approval at the June 15, 2010 Trustees meeting. Both are now being
presented for final approval.

FISCAL IMPACT

None

RECOMMENDATIONS

UCAT Administration recommends that the Board of Trustees approve Policies 202 and 204.




Attachments:   Policy 202 – Custom Fit Training
               Policy 204 – Tuition and Fees
                             UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                       Number:           202

                                            POLICIES                                  Date:      June 15, 2010

                                                                                      Page:      1      of       3

   Subject:         Custom Fit Training


As 202.1 Purpose

Implement statewide Custom Fit guidelines

202.2 Approval

Board of Trustees: June 15, 2010

202.3 Custom Fit Mission

The mission of Custom Fit is to support economic and workforce development through training partnerships
between Utah companies and the Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT).

202.4 Custom Fit Regional Organization

The state is divided into eleven Custom Fit regions: Bridgerland, Central, Davis, Dixie, Mountainland,
Ogden-Weber, Salt Lake, Tooele, Southeast, Southwest, and Uintah Basin.

The regional hosting institutions for the ten Custom Fit regions allocated funding by the Utah College of
Applied Technology are as follows: Bridgerland ATC for Bridgerland Region, Snow College for Central
Region, Davis ATC for Davis Region, Dixie ATC for Dixie Region, Mountainland ATC for Mountainland
Region, Ogden-Weber ATC for Ogden-Weber Region, Tooele ATC for Tooele Region, Utah State University
and College of Eastern Utah for Southeast Region, Southwest ATC for Southwest Region, and Uintah Basin
ATC for Uintah Basin Region. Salt Lake Community College serves the Salt Lake region through a
legislative appropriation separate from the UCAT Custom Fit Program.

Each regional hosting institution will designate a primary administrator to represent the Custom Fit program
and perform the duties established in this document. In addition, all other employees assigned to a Custom
Fit program must also comply with the provisions of this policy.

202.5 Governance and Administration

The UCAT Board of Trustees is the governing authority for Custom Fit funds appropriated to the Utah
College of Applied Technology. The President of UCAT will administer the Custom Fit program for the ten
regions at the state level.

202.6 Custom Fit Funds

Custom Fit funds are appropriated by the Legislature and are allocated by the UCAT Board of Trustees.
Appropriated funds may be used for any legal and lawful purpose related to the mission of Custom Fit
(subject to the provisions of this policy).

Companies participating in the Custom Fit program must provide a cash contribution of no less than 40% of
the direct training costs. Exceptions may be considered on a case-by-case basis, and must be approved in
writing by the president of the regional hosting institution. Legislative appropriations and company cash
contributions shall be recorded only in the Custom Fit account(s) of the regional hosting institution. Custom
                              UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                        Number:            202

                                            POLICIES                                    Date:       June 15, 2010

                                                                                        Page:       2      of       3

   Subject:         Custom Fit Training


Fit funds are to be considered restricted funds by the regional hosting institution, and should be used only
for the Custom Fit program. A regional hosting institution may not charge indirect or overhead costs to the
Custom Fit program.

Each Custom Fit administrator must follow the policies and procedures of the regional hosting institution.
Where procurement policies of the regional hosting institution exempt a Custom Fit program, purchases of
goods and services will be made in accordance with state procurement code. In all cases, procurement
processes must provide an appropriate level of rigor and competition.

Misuse of Custom Fit funds or violation of this policy will result in corrective action, which may include
withholding regional allocations or eliminating regional hosting institutions. This section shall not be
interpreted to restrict any legal remedies for misuse of public funds.

202.7 Eligible Companies

Custom Fit funds should only be used to serve companies located in Utah.                             Not-for-profit
companies/organizations are generally not eligible for Custom Fit training. Exceptions may be considered on a
case-by-case basis, and must be approved in writing by the president of the regional hosting institution.

202.8 Required Documentation

Prior to providing training to an eligible company, a Custom Fit administrator must fully document the
anticipated cost of each proposed training event and the associated company cash contribution.

The regional hosting institution is required to maintain Custom Fit documentation for seven years. This
should include source documents for all financial transactions and event details for all training
engagements. Training detail should include class names, instructor names, attendance report, and
participant information (name and social security number or name and date of birth).

202.9 Custom Fit Training Delivery

Custom Fit training is offered subject to the availability of funds. Each region will determine priorities based
on regional needs and circumstances.

Flow-through agreements are not eligible for Custom Fit funding. Internal training agreements may be
eligible for Custom Fit funding. However, Custom Fit funds may not be used to supplant or replace existing
wages of a company employee who provides training. In these cases, Custom Fit will contract with a
company employee to provide training outside the employee’s regular work load.
Custom Fit funds may not be used to provide operational software or equipment for a participating company.

The Custom Fit administrator should work closely with participating companies to select training providers
that are acceptable to both parties. However, final selection of a provider will be made by the Custom Fit
administrator.

202.10 Custom Fit Reports
                            UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                    Number:           202

                                         POLICIES                                 Date:      June 15, 2010

                                                                                  Page:      3      of       3

   Subject:        Custom Fit Training


Each Custom Fit administrator will submit an annual financial report (forms provided by UCAT
Administration).

Each Custom Fit administrator will participate in the statewide Custom Fit database. Custom Fit training
data will be tracked and reported only through the statewide database. Company and student data will be
updated at least quarterly.

202.11 Glossary of Custom Fit Terms

FLOW THROUGH – The disbursement of Custom Fit funds to a participating company without the active
involvement of a Custom Fit administrator to plan the training and select the training providers.

INTERNAL TRAINING – The use of a participating company’s own employees to provide Custom Fit
training.
                             UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                      Number:              204

                                             POLICIES                                Date:            June 15, 2010

                                                                                     Page:       1        of     2

   Subject:        Tuition and Fees Policy


204.1 Purpose
        To establish policies for setting tuition and fees to be charged to students attending UCAT
        campuses.

204.2 Approval
        Board of Trustees: June 15, 2010.

204.3 References
        UCA 53B-2a-106 College Campuses--Duties
        UCA 53B-2A-112 Utah College of Applied Technology Board of Trustees—Powers and Duties
        UCA 53A-15-301 Education Programs for Students with Disabilities
        Utah Administrative Code R277-419-4 Pupil Accounting/Membership
        Utah Administrative Code R277-705-1.H Secondary School Completion and
        Diplomas

204.4 Definitions:
        4.1      Secondary student: For tuition purposes, a secondary student is a student who is
                 currently enrolled in grades 7-12 in a Utah public or private school, or who is eligible to
                 enroll in such a school as documented under the following criteria in accordance with
                 R277-419-4:
                 4.1.1 Regardless of age, the student shall not have previously earned a basic high
                 school diploma, high school certificate of completion, adult education secondary diploma,
                 or high school equivalency diploma (GED).
                 4.1.2 Except as provided in 204.4.1.3, the student shall be no more than 17 years old
                 on or before September 1 of the fiscal year in which they are enrolled at the campus.
                 4.1.3 A student who does not meet the age requirement specified in 204.4.1.2 shall be
                 considered a secondary student if: (a) the student is documented as a retained senior (as
                 specified in R277-419-1K) or as having been enrolled in less than grade 12 during the
                 previous year, and is no more than 19 years old on or before September 1 of the fiscal
                 year; or (b) the student meets the definition of a disabled student under UCA 53A-15-301.
                 4.1.4 Application of this policy shall be limited to determination of student tuition
                 assessment, and shall not be construed to imply admission of a student at a grade level
                 inconsistent with ability to benefit, as determined by campus admission policy.
        4.2      Postsecondary student: For the purposes of this policy a postsecondary student shall
                 be defined as any student who does not meet the criteria of a secondary student in 4.1
                 above.




204.5    Secondary Tuition:
               5.1      As prescribed in UCA 53B-2a-106, no tuition is assessed to a secondary student
                        documented according to 204.4.1 who is formally scheduled in an approved
                        course or program.
               5.2      A secondary student shall not be charged tuition at a UCAT campus, regardless
                        of the day or time of the program, through the date that he/she no longer
                            UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY                          Number:             204

                                            POLICIES                                    Date:           June 15, 2010

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   Subject:       Tuition and Fees Policy


                          qualifies as a secondary student. Effective on that date, the student shall be
                          considered a postsecondary student and will be charged the regular tuition rate.
                          For a student whose secondary status changes while enrolled in a defined-length
                          course (as defined in 201.4.2.2), tuition shall be prorated and assessed to cover
                          the remaining days of the course during which the student is a postsecondary
                          student.
                 5.3      A referral of a student by a public or private high school shall constitute sufficient
                          documentation of secondary student status for tuition purposes. In the absence
                          of a high school referral, a campus shall require evidence that the student
                          qualifies under 204.4.1. Campuses shall not require but will encourage and
                          facilitate referral of secondary students through public school districts.

204.6   Postsecondary Tuition:
        6.1    Postsecondary tuition: Low cost tuition, as prescribed in UCA 53B-2a-106-(1)-(b)-(i),
               and as approved by the UCAT Board of Trustees shall be assessed to postsecondary
               students formally scheduled in a course or program.
        6.2    Tuition Hearings: Each UCAT campus shall hold a meeting to receive public input and
               response on any proposed tuition increases. These meetings shall follow the
               requirements of UCA 53B-7-101.5.
        6.3    Fiscal Year Effective Date: Tuition rates shall be effective for all coursework beginning
               July 1 of the fiscal year for which the rates are approved. Tuition for a defined-length
               course (as defined in 201.4.2.2) which is 150 hours or less shall be calculated and
               assessed for the complete course at the approved rate for the fiscal year in which the
               course begins, regardless of whether the final portion of the course occurs in the following
               year for which a different tuition rate is approved.
        6.4    Differential Tuition: Based on extraordinary circumstances, a campus board of directors
               may request that the UCAT Board of Trustees approve a differential tuition rate for a
               specific course or program. Approved differential tuition rates shall expire on June 30 of
               each year. A new request and approval of the Board of Trustees is required to continue
               differential tuition rates past June 30 of each year.



204.7    Fees:
        7.1    Approval and Assessment of Fees: Fees, as approved by the campus board of
               directors, may be assessed to secondary and postsecondary students formally enrolled in
               an approved course or program.
        7.2    Notification to Secondary Education Providers: Campus presidents and boards of
               directors shall provide annual written notification to school districts, charter schools and
               other secondary education providers within the geographic area served by their campus
               regarding fees assessed to secondary students by the campus.
        7.3    Fee Reporting: Campus presidents shall annually report fee schedules to the Office of
               the UCAT President following approval by the campus board of directors.
                                                                                           TAB F

                          UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                            AGENDA ITEM

                                    UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                       30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.D

TOPIC:          UCAT Enrollment Report FY 2010

BACKGROUND

Campuses have submitted reports of membership hour and student headcount totals for the FY 2010 year.
Each campus president has certified that the information reported complies with the provisions of UCAT
Policies 200 (Program/Course Approval and Reporting) and 201 (Membership Hour Policy), and is
consistent with UCAT’s core mission and all applicable statutes and policies. Each campus board of
directors has approved its campus president’s certification and authorized the submission of its data as
final.

FISCAL IMPACT
none

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the FY 2010 Enrollment Report.


Attachments:    UCAT FY 2010 Enrollment Report
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                                                       Utah College of Applied Technology
                                                       FY-2010 Enrollment Report
                                                       (Reporting period: July 1, 2009 - June 30, 2010)
                                                       Board of Trustees approval: 9/30/2010 (pending)                                                   Updated 9/21/2010
                                                       *(Includes all mission-related campus instructional activity)



                                                 MEMBERSHIP HOURS (YTD)                                                              STUDENT HEADCOUNT (YTD-Distinct)
                                        Prev Year1  Current Yr      Growth                                                       Prev Year1 Current Yr     Growth
                 Adult                       836,051               955,912                   119,861                14.34%            5,746      5,537         -209    -3.64%
        BATC     High School                 308,027               295,861                   -12,166                -3.95%            1,976      1,988           12     0.61%
                 Campus Tot.               1,144,078             1,251,773                   107,695                 9.41%            7,722      7,525         -197    -2.55%
                 Adult                       995,020             1,302,707                   307,687                30.92%            5,774      6,647          873    15.12%
        DATC     High School                 274,572               322,329                    47,757                17.39%            1,703      1,990          287    16.85%
                 Campus Tot.               1,269,592             1,625,036                   355,444                28.00%            7,477      8,637        1,160    15.51%
                 Adult                       159,895               212,623                    52,728                32.98%            4,275      5,368        1,093    25.57%
        DXATC    High School                  88,137                66,844                   -21,293               -24.16%              786        473         -313   -39.82%
                 Campus Tot.                 248,032               279,467                    31,435                12.67%            5,061      5,841          780    15.41%
                 Adult                       358,635               441,467                    82,832                23.10%            3,984      4,127          143     3.59%
        MATC     High School                 477,456               347,806                  -129,650               -27.15%            1,868      1,326         -542   -29.01%
                 Campus Tot.                 836,091               789,273                   -46,818                -5.60%            5,852      5,453         -399    -6.82%
                 Adult                     1,094,682             1,214,410                   119,728                10.94%            6,112      4,455       -1,657   -27.11%
       OWATC     High School                 329,901               253,378                   -76,523               -23.20%            2,178      1,514         -664   -30.49%
                 Campus Tot.               1,424,583             1,467,788                    43,205                 3.03%            8,290      5,969       -2,321   -28.00%
                 Adult                       168,228               184,081                    15,853                 9.42%              962      1,796          834    86.69%
       SWATC     High School                 127,689                89,293                   -38,396               -30.07%              967        763         -204   -21.10%
                 Campus Tot.                 295,917               273,374                   -22,543                -7.62%            1,929      2,559          630    32.66%
                 Adult                        20,613                77,241                    56,628               274.72%              137        335          198   144.53%
        TATC2    High School                   5,667                10,759                     5,092                89.85%               58         59            1     1.72%
                 Campus Tot.                  26,280                88,000                    61,720               234.86%              195        394          199   102.05%
                 Adult                       265,142               354,354                    89,212                33.65%            4,127      4,542          415    10.06%
        UBATC    High School                 279,152               291,573                    12,421                 4.45%            1,591      1,604           13     0.82%
                 Campus Tot.                 544,294               645,927                   101,633                18.67%            5,718      6,146          428     7.49%


                 Adult                     3,898,266             4,742,795                   844,529                    21.66%       31,117     32,807        1,690     5.43%
        UCAT
                 High School               1,890,601             1,677,843                  -212,758                   -11.25%       11,127      9,717       -1,410   -12.67%
       TOTALS2
                 UCAT Total                5,788,867             6,420,638                   631,771                    10.91%       42,244     42,524          280     0.66%

     NOTES:      1. FY09 Totals as reported in FY09 UCAT Annual Report
                 2. TATC was established July 1, 2009. FY09 Totals reflect SLTATC students with Tooele County zip codes.



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                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                             AGENDA ITEM

                                     UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                        30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.E

TOPIC:          OWATC Clear Wireless Cell Tower Contract

BACKGROUND
OWATC Administration is requesting to enter into an agreement with Clear Wireless, LLC to lease 1,600
square feet of campus property for location of wireless telephone equipment. The lease term will be five
years with an option to extend for five additional five year periods.

FISCAL IMPACT
+ $1,200 per month ($14,400 annually) to OWATC (3% per year inflationary provision)

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve OWATC to enter into the agreement with
Clear Wireless.

Attachments:
OWATC Board Memorandum
Ground Site Lease Agreement
                                         MEMORANDUM

TO:                MEMBERS OF THE BOARD

FROM:              Collette Mercier
                   President

DATE:              August 17, 2010

SUBJECT:           Clearwire Cell Tower Contract Proposal


Several months ago, the college was approached by a wireless communications company called
Clear Wireless LLC (Clearwire) to lease a piece of our land on the main campus to construct a
cell tower.

The proposed contract has been reviewed by both the Attorney General’s Office and the State of
Utah’s Division of Risk Management, and their recommendations have been incorporated.
Ogden City officials have also been notified of the proposed cell tower and have no objection. A
copy of the proposed contract is included with this memo, and a few of the highlights are as
follows:

    ·    Premises – 1,600 square feet (located on the south-east corner of the main campus)
    ·    Rent - $1,200 per month
    ·    Term - 5 years
    ·    Tower height - 80 to 100 feet (plans/drawings will be provided at the board meeting)

Pending your approval of the proposed contract, it will be forwarded to the UCAT Board of
Trustees for its approval at its September meeting as they must approve leases that are longer
than one year.

Approval of the proposed contract is requested.

/btc
H:BOARD:MEMO:2010:CLEARWIRE PROPOSAL
:                                                                                                 SITE NAME Ogden Tech Colleg
                                                                                                    SITE NUMBER:UT-SLC)493



                                          GROUND SITE LEASE AGREEMENT (RAWLAND)


         THIS GROUND SITE LEASE AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) dated and is effective as of October 1, 2010,
is between Clear Wireless LLC, a Nevada limited liability company (“Clearwire” or “Tenant”), and Ogden Weber
Applied Technology College a UCAT Campus (“Owner” or “Landlord”).

         For good and valuable consideration the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the
parties hereto agree as follows:

        1.       Premises.         Landlord owns a parcel of land (“Land or Property”) located in the City of
Ogden, County of Weber, State of Utah commonly known as <200 North Washington BLVD> (APN: 120020010.
The Land is more particularly described in Exhibit A annexed hereto. Subject to the provisions of Paragraph 2
below (“Effective Date/Due Diligence Period”), Owner hereby leases to Clearwire and Clearwire leases from Owner
approximately Sixteen Hundred (1,600) square feet of space on the Land and all other access and utility easements
necessary or desirable therefore (collectively, “Premises”) as may be described generally in Exhibit B annexed
hereto.

          2.       Effective Date/Due Diligence Period. This Agreement shall be effective on the date of full
execution hereof (October 1, 2010) Beginning on the Effective Date and continuing until the Term Commencement
Date as defined in Paragraph 4 below (“Due Diligence Period”), Clearwire shall only be permitted to enter the
Property for the limited purpose of making appropriate engineering and boundary surveys, inspections, and other
reasonably necessary investigations and signal, topographical, geotechnical, structural and environmental tests
(collectively, “Investigations and Tests”) that Clearwire may deem necessary or desirable to determine the physical
condition, feasibility and suitability of the Premises. In the event that Clearwire determines, during the Due
Diligence Period, that the Premises are not appropriate for Clearwire’s intended use, or if for any other reason, or no
reason, Clearwire decides not to commence its tenancy of the Premises, then Clearwire shall have the right to
terminate this Agreement without penalty upon written notice to Owner at any time during the Due Diligence Period
and prior to the Term Commencement Date. Owner and Clearwire expressly acknowledge and agree that
Clearwire’s access to the Property during this Due Diligence Period shall be solely for the limited purpose of
performing the Investigations and Tests, and that Clearwire shall not be considered an owner or operator of any
portion of the Property, and shall have no ownership or control of any portion of the Property (except as expressly
provided in this Paragraph 2), prior to the Term Commencement Date.

          3.      Use.    The Premises may be used by Tenant for any lawful activity in connection with the
provisions of wireless communications services, including without limitation, the transmission and the reception of
radio communication signals and the construction, maintenance and operation of related communications facilities.
Landlord agrees, at no expense to Landlord, to cooperate with Tenant, in making application for and obtaining all
licenses, permits and any and all other necessary approvals that may be required for Tenant’s intended use of the
Premises.

         4.       Term. The term of this Agreement shall commence upon the date Tenant begins construction of
the Tenant Facilities (as defined in Paragraph 6 below) or eighteen (18) months following the Effective Date,
whichever first occurs (October1, 2010) and shall terminate on the fifth anniversary of the Term Commencement
Date (2015) unless otherwise terminated as provided herein. Tenant shall have the right to extend the Term for five
(5) successive five (5) year periods (agreed upon by both parties) on the same terms and conditions as set forth
herein. This Agreement shall automatically be extended for each successive Renewal Term unless Tenant notifies
Landlord of its intention not to renew at least thirty (30) days prior to commencement of the succeeding Renewal
Term.

          5.      Rent. Within fifteen (15) business days following the Term Commencement Date and on the
first day of each month thereafter, Tenant shall pay to Landlord as rent TWELVE HUNDRED and 00/100 Dollars
($1200.00) per month with a 3% per year inflationary increase, assessed at each yearly anniversary date. Rent for
any fractional month at the beginning or at the end of the Term or Renewal Term shall be prorated. Rent shall be
payable to Landlord at 200 North Washington BLVD, Ogden, UT., 84404; Attention: B. Tyler Call, CFO. All of
Tenant’s monetary obligations set forth in this Agreement are conditioned upon Tenant’s receipt of an accurate and
executed W-9 Form from Landlord.



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            6.           Improvements.

                    6.1      Tenant has the right to construct, maintain, install, repair secure, replace, remove and
operate on the Premises radio communications facilities, including but not limited to a tower or pole and foundation,
utility lines, transmission lines, an air conditioned equipment shelter(s) and/or an air conditioned equipment room,
electronic equipment, transmitting and receiving antennas, microwave dishes, antennas and equipment, a power
generator and generator pad, and supporting equipment and structures therefore (“Tenant Facilities”). In
connection therewith, Tenant has the right to do all work necessary to prepare, add, maintain and alter the Premises
for Tenant’s communications operations and to install utility lines and transmission lines connecting antennas to
transmitters and receivers. All of Tenant’s construction and installation work shall be performed at Tenant’s sole
cost and expense and in a good and workmanlike manner. Title to the Tenant Facilities and any equipment placed
on the Premises by Tenant shall be held by Tenant or its lenders or assigns and are not fixtures. Tenant has the right
to remove the Tenant Facilities at its sole expense on or before the expiration or earlier termination of this
Agreement, and Tenant shall repair any damage to the Premises caused by such removal. Upon the expiration or
earlier termination of this Agreement, Tenant shall remove the Tenant Facilities from the Property. Tenant shall not
be obligated to remove any foundation more than one (1) foot below grade level.

            7.           Access and Utilities.

                  7.1      Landlord shall provide Tenant, Tenant’s employees, agents, contractors, subcontractors
and assigns with access to the Premises twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week, at no charge to Tenant.
Landlord grants to Tenant, and Tenant’s agents, employees and contractors, a non-exclusive right and easement for
pedestrian and vehicular ingress and egress across the Property, and such right and easement may be described
generally in Exhibit B.

                 7.2      Landlord shall maintain all access roadways from the nearest public roadway to the
Premises in a manner sufficient to allow pedestrian and vehicular access at all times under normal weather
conditions. Landlord shall be responsible for maintaining and repairing such roadways, at its sole expense, except
for any damage caused by Tenant’s use of such roadways.

                 7.3      Tenant will provide 40 amps of electrical service. Any additional site co-location on
tower will be assessed an additional $500.00 per month, collected by tenant and distributed to Landlord together
with regular monthly payment.

           8.      Interference.       Tenant shall operate the Tenant Facilities in compliance with all Federal
Communications Commission (“FCC”) requirements including those prohibiting interference to communications
facilities of Landlord or other lessees or licensees of the Property, provided that the installation and operation of any
such facilities predate the installation of the Tenant Facilities. Subsequent to the installation of the Tenant Facilities,
Landlord will not, and will not permit its lessees or licensees to, install new equipment on or make any alterations to
the Property or property contiguous thereto owned or controlled by Landlord, if such modifications are likely to
cause interference with Tenant’s operations. In the event interference occurs, Landlord agrees to use best efforts to
eliminate such interference in a reasonable time period. Landlord’s failure to comply with this paragraph shall be a
material breach of this Agreement.


        9.        Taxes. Tenant shall pay personal property taxes assessed against the Tenant Facilities and
Landlord shall pay when due, all real property taxes and all other taxes, fees and assessments attributable to the
Premises or this Agreement.

            10.          Termination.

                   10.1      This Agreement may be terminated without further liability on thirty (30) days prior
written notice as follows: (i) by either party upon a default of any covenant or term hereof by the other party, which
default is not cured within sixty (60) days of receipt of written notice of default, except that this Agreement shall not
be terminated if the default cannot reasonably be cured within such sixty (60) day period and the defaulting party
has commenced to cure the default within such sixty (60) day period and diligently pursues the cure to completion;
provided that the grace period for any monetary default is ten (10) days from receipt of written notice. This
Agreement may be terminated by Tenant without further liability for any reason or for no reason, provided Tenant
delivers written notice of termination to Landlord prior to the Commencement Date.

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                  10.2      This Agreement may also be terminated by Tenant without further liability on thirty (30)
days prior written notice (i) if Tenant is unable to reasonably obtain or maintain any certificate, license, permit,
authority or approval from any governmental authority, thus, restricting Tenant from installing, removing, replacing,
maintaining or operating the Tenant Facilities or using the Premises in the manner intended by Tenant; (ii) if Tenant
determines that the Premises are not appropriate for its operations for economic, environmental or technological
reasons, including without limitation, signal strength, coverage or interference, or (iii) or Tenant otherwise
determines, within its sole discretion, that it will be unable to use the Premises for Tenant’s intended purpose.

         11.       Destruction or Condemnation. If the Premises or Tenant Facilities are damaged, destroyed,
condemned or transferred in lieu of condemnation, Tenant may elect to terminate this Agreement as of the date of
the damage, destruction, condemnation or transfer in lieu of condemnation by giving notice to Landlord no more
than forty-five (45) days following the date of such damage, destruction, condemnation or transfer in lieu of
condemnation. If Tenant chooses not to terminate this Agreement, Rent shall be reduced or abated in proportion to
the actual reduction or abatement of use of the Premises.

            12.          Insurance; Subrogation; and Indemnity.

                 12.1    Tenant shall provide Commercial General Liability Insurance in an aggregate amount of
Two Million and No/100 Dollars ($2,000,000.00). Tenant may satisfy this requirement by obtaining the appropriate
endorsement to any master policy of liability insurance Tenant may maintain.

                  12.2     Landlord, at Landlord’s sole cost and expense, shall procure and maintain CGL insurance
covering bodily injury and property damage with a combined single limit of at least Two Million and 00/100 Dollars
($2,000,000.00) per occurrence. Such insurance shall insure, on an occurrence basis, against all liability of
Landlord, its employees and agents arising out of or in connections with landlord’s use, occupancy and maintenance
of the Property. Within thirty (30) days following the Effective Date, Landlord shall provide Tenant with a COI
evidencing the coverage required by this Section.

                     12.3   Tenant shall indemnify, defend and hold Landlord harmless from and against all claims,
losses, liabilities, damages, costs, and expenses (including reasonable attorneys’ and consultants’ fees, costs and
expenses) (collectively “Losses”) arising from the Tenant’s breach of any term or condition of this Agreement or
from the negligence or willful misconduct of the Tenant or its agents, employees or contractors in or about the
Property. The duties described in this Paragraph 12.3 shall apply as of the Effective Date of this Agreement and
survive the termination of this Agreement.

          13.     Assignment.        Tenant may assign this Agreement at any time with notice to be provided to
Landlord as soon thereafter as reasonably possible. Tenant may sublease, partially assign, or otherwise co-locate a
third party upon a portion of the Premises at any time.

            14.          Title and Quiet Enjoyment.

                   14.1     Landlord represents and warrants that (i) it has full right, power, and authority to execute
this Agreement, (ii) Tenant may peacefully and quietly enjoy the Premises and such access thereto, provided that
Tenant is not in default hereunder after notice and expiration of all cure periods, (iii) it has obtained all necessary
approvals and consents, and has taken all necessary action to enable Landlord to enter into this Agreement and allow
Tenant to install and operate the Facility on the Premises, including without limitation, approvals and consents as
may be necessary from other tenants, licensees and occupants of Landlord’s Property, and (iv) the Property and
access rights are free and clear of all liens, encumbrances and restrictions except those of record as of the Effective
Date.

                   14.2   Tenant has the right to obtain a title report or commitment for a leasehold title policy
from a title insurance company of its choice. If, in the opinion of Tenant, such title report shows any defects of title
or any liens or encumbrances which may adversely affect Tenant’s use of the Premises, Tenant shall have the right
to terminate this Agreement immediately upon written notice to Landlord.

         15.       Environmental. As of the Effective Date of this Agreement: (1) Tenant hereby represents and
warrants that it shall not use, generate, handle, store or dispose of any Hazardous Material in, on, under, upon or
affecting the Property in violation of any applicable law or regulation, and (2) Landlord hereby represents and


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warrants that (i) it has no knowledge of the presence of any Hazardous Material located in, on, under, upon or
affecting the Property in violation of any applicable law or regulation; (ii) no notice has been received by or on
behalf of Landlord from any governmental entity or any person or entity claiming any violation of any applicable
environmental law or regulation in, on, under, upon or affecting the Property; and (iii) it will not permit itself or any
third party to use, generate, handle, store or dispose of any Hazardous Material in, on, under, upon, or affecting the
Property in violation of any applicable law or regulation. Without limiting Paragraph 12.4, Landlord and Tenant
shall each indemnify, defend and hold the other harmless from and against all Losses (specifically including,
without limitation, attorneys’, engineers’, consultants’ and experts’ fees, costs and expenses) arising from (i) any
breach of any representation or warranty made in this Paragraph 15 by such party; and/or (ii) environmental
conditions or noncompliance with any applicable law or regulation that result, in the case of Tenant, from operations
in or about the Property by Tenant or Tenant’s agents, employees or contractors, and in the case of Landlord, from
the ownership or control of, or operations in or about, the Property by Landlord or Landlord’s predecessors in
interest, and their respective agents, employees, contractors, tenants, guests or other parties. The provisions of this
Paragraph 15 shall apply as of the Effective Date of this Agreement and survive termination of this Agreement.
“Hazardous Material” means any solid, gaseous or liquid wastes (including hazardous wastes), regulated
substances, pollutants or contaminants or terms of similar import, as such terms are defined in any applicable
environmental law or regulation, and shall include, without limitation, any petroleum or petroleum products or by-
products, flammable explosives, radioactive materials, asbestos in any form, polychlorinated biphenyls and any
other substance or material which constitutes a threat to health, safety, property or the environment or which has
been or is in the future determined by any governmental entity to be prohibited, limited or regulated by any
applicable environmental law or regulation.

         16.      Waiver of Landlord’s Lien. Landlord hereby waives any and all lien rights it may have, statutory
or otherwise concerning the Tenant Facilities or any portion thereof which shall be deemed personal property for the
purposes of this Agreement, whether or not the same is deemed real or personal property under applicable laws, and
Landlord gives Tenant and Mortgagees the right to remove all or any portion of the same from time to time, whether
before or after a default under this Agreement, in Tenant’s and/or Mortgagee’s sole discretion and without
Landlord’s consent.

         17.     Notices. All notices, requests, demands and other communications hereunder shall be in writing
and shall be deemed given if personally delivered or mailed, certified mail, return receipt requested, or sent by for
next-business-day delivery by a nationally recognized overnight carrier to the following addresses:

If to Tenant, to:                         With a copy to:                         If to Landlord, to:


Attn: Site Leasing                        Attention: Legal Department             Attention: Patrick Dean
4400 Carillon Point                       4400 Carillon Point                     200 North Washington Blvd.
Kirkland, WA 98033                        Kirkland, WA 98033                      Ogden, Utah 84404
Telephone: 425-216-7600                   Telephone: 425-216-7600                 Ph: 801-627-8384
Fax: 425-216-7900                         Fax: 425-216-7900                       Fax: 891-627-8497
Email: Siteleasing@clearwire.com

Landlord or Tenant may from time to time designate any other address for this purpose by written notice to the other
party. All notices hereunder shall be deemed received upon actual receipt or refusal to accept delivery.

            18.          Miscellaneous.

                  18.1      If Tenant is to pay Rent to a payee other than the Landlord, Landlord shall notify Tenant
in advance in writing of the payee’s name and address.

                  18.3      If any provision of the Agreement is invalid or unenforceable with respect to any party,
the remainder of this Agreement or the application of such provision to persons other than those as to whom it is
held invalid or unenforceable, shall not be affected and each provision of this Agreement shall be valid and
enforceable to the fullest extent permitted by law.

                  18.4     Terms and conditions of this Agreement which by their sense and context survive the
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                 18.5    This Agreement shall be governed under law of the State in which the Premises are
located, and be binding on and inure to the benefit of the successors and permitted assignees of the respective
parties.

                 18.6     A Memorandum of Agreement in the form attached hereto as Exhibit C may be recorded
by Tenant confirming the (i) effectiveness of this agreement, (ii) expiration date of the Term, (iii) the duration of any
Renewal Terms, and/or other reasonable terms consistent with this Agreement.

                         18.7         All Exhibits referred herein are incorporated herein for all purposes.

                  18.8      Landlord shall make a diligent and good faith effort to obtain a Nondisturbance
Agreement for the benefit of Tenant from each lender with a security interest recorded upon the title to the Site at
the time of execution of this Agreement.

                  18.9     This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties, and supersedes all
understandings, offers, negotiations and other leases concerning the subject matter contained herein. There are no
representations or understandings of any kind not set forth herein. Any amendments, modifications or waivers of
any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement must be in writing and executed by both parties.

                  18.10 Landlord agrees not to disclose, without the written consent of Tenant, any of the terms
of this Agreement or any other written agreement between the parties relating to the privileges granted herein,
except as required by governmental authority, in which case Landlord shall inform Tenant prior to divulging such
information. Tenant understands that Landlord, as a governmental entity, is subject to the Utah Government
Records and Access Management Act, UCA 63 G-2-101 and if a request is made for this contract under that Act it
will be produced.


IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties have entered into this Agreement effective as of the date first above written.

LANDLORD:                                                                      TENANT:

Ogden Weber Applied Technology College,                                        Clear Wireless LLC, a Nevada limited liability company
UCAT Campus

By:                                                                            By:

Name:                                                                          Name:

Title:                                                                         Title:

Date:                                                                          Date:

Tax I.D.:




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                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                            AGENDA ITEM

                                       UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                          30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.F

TOPIC:          FY 2012 Budget Requests

BACKGROUND
UCAT Administration, in cooperation with the eight campuses, has developed a budget request for Board of
Trustees consideration. Once approved by the Trustees, the request is transmitted to the Governor and
Utah State Legislature.

The proposed request includes an approximate 4.8% increase, plus any state-approved compensation
increase. Also included are one-time funding requests and supplemental requests for FY 2011.

FISCAL IMPACT
+ $2,600,000 on-going funds
+ $1,500,000 FY 2012 One time funds
+ $ 385,400 FY 2011 Supplemental funds

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the FY 2012 on-going and one-time
requests and the FY 2011 supplemental request.

Attachments:    Draft budget request
Utah College of Applied Technology                                                                                                                                             09/23/10
Operating Budget Request Summary (Tax Funds Only)
FY 2011-12 and FY 2011-11 Supplemental
ESTIMATED FY 2011-12 STATE TAX FUNDS ADJUSTED BASE BUDGET                                                                                                                $53,941,000.00
ONGOING BUDGET PRIORITIES                                                                                                                                  $2,600,000 plus Compensation

  1. Compensation                                                                                                                                                                         -
     A. Base Compensation Package*                                                                                                                     TBD
        (Merit/Retention Funding)

  2. Enrollemnt Growth/Economic Development Priorities                                                                                                                        2,350,000
     A. Enrollment Growth                                                                                                                          1,000,000
     B. Jobs Now/Economic Recovery Initiatives                                                                                                     1,100,000
     C. Economic Development/Custom Fit                                                                                                              250,000

  3. UCAT Programs                                                                                                                                                             250,000
     A. Scholarship Fund                                                                                                                            250,000


ONE-TIME INCREASES                                                                                                                                                           1,500,000

  1. Campus Equipment Funds                                                                                                                                                   1,000,000
  2. Economic Development/Custom Fit                                                                                                                                            500,000


SUPPLEMENTAL INCREASES                                                                                                                                                         385,400

  1. O & M for Non-State Funded Projects                                                                                                                                       353,300
     A. MATC Geneva Building                                                                                                                        253,800
     B. DATC Simmons Building                                                                                                                        99,500

  2. Restoration of TATC FY 2010 Budget Cut                                                                                                                                     32,100


REQUEST SUMMARY

  Ongoing Budget Priorities                                                                                                                      $2,600,000 plus Compensation
                                                                                                                 UCAT On-Going Percentage Increase                       4.8%
  One-time Increases                                                                                                                                                1,500,000

  Supplemental Increases                                                                                                                                                       385,400



Notes:
  *Equitable compensation package with state and public education employees
  *Campus executives request the flexibility to apply a portion of the regular compensation increase according to merit, not strictly as a COLA.
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                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                             AGENDA ITEM

                                      UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                         30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.G

TOPIC:          FY 2010 Custom Fit Report

BACKGROUND

During FY 2010 the Custom Fit program operated in eleven service regions across the state provided
upgrade training to 16,968 trainees in 1,282 companies. Custom Fit is administered at the statewide level
by the UCAT Board of Trustees and provided through the eight UCAT campuses, Salt Lake Community
College, Snow College and Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah.

An overview of Custom Fit activity during FY 2010 will be provided.

FISCAL IMPACT
none

RECOMMENDATIONS

UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the FY 2010 Custom Fit report.

Attachments:    UCAT Custom Fit Year End Report, FY 2010
                                      UCAT Custom Fit Year End Report as of June 30, 2010
                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#   Company Name and Description                                              Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

BATC     10181   A&R Fabricators: Metal fabrication for commercial applications.           03/02/10     03/02/10             $320             $320     10          30              $176
BATC     10162   AALL Services Electrical: A company that specializes in HVAC and          09/01/09     12/09/09             $260             $260      1          87              $143
BATC     10151   ABC: Concrete and structural for commercial application                   12/16/09     06/22/10             $800             $800     16         162              $450
BATC     10085   Access Home Care & Hospice: Full range of home health care and            07/07/09     05/27/10           $2,000           $2,000     55         862            $1,000
BATC     10036   Alcoa Presto Products: This company is a major manufacturer of pla        10/01/09     06/30/10           $3,826           $3,826     62         364            $2,105
BATC     10002   Allen Rock: Company provides gravel for construction companies in         03/04/10     03/04/10           $1,170           $1,170     13         104              $644
BATC     10047   Alpine Industries: Company manufactures components for military e         07/02/09     07/03/09           $1,650           $1,650      3          48              $908
BATC     10003   ATK Launch Systems: This is a major producer of booster rockets fo        07/21/09     06/30/10          $44,459          $44,459     397       4,261          $36,941
BATC     10185   ATS Industrial Supply: Industrial supplies                                03/30/10     05/01/10             $105             $105      1          2                $58
BATC     10004   Autoliv ASP, Inc.-Brigham City: Autoliv is one of the major employer      07/01/09     06/30/10           $2,242           $2,242     41         768            $1,503
BATC     10005   Autoliv ASP, Inc.-Promontory: This division of Autoliv is responsible     07/01/09     04/15/10           $3,139           $3,139      5         369            $1,639
BATC     10006   Autoliv ASP, Inc.-Tremonton: Autoliv continues to be one of the nati                                        $188             $188
BATC     10052   Autonomous Solutions: This is a relatively new company in the regio       07/01/09     06/30/10           $1,495           $1,495      4          66             $822
BATC     10118   Avalon Hills: This is a company that provide a venue to assist individ    05/27/10     05/27/10             $275             $275      6          12             $150
BATC     10001   AWS Dredge: This is an unique company cleaning up residue and o           02/08/10     02/11/10           $3,601           $3,601      9         204            $2,000
BATC     10080   Beaver Creek Lodge: This is one of the very nice motels serving clie      03/23/10     03/23/10              $10              $10      1           2
BATC     10150   Bridgerland Plumbing & Heating: Plumbing and heating repair and i         09/01/09     04/15/10             $545             $545      1         162              $300
BATC     10166   Bywater Heating: Local business that specializes in HVAC instalatio       09/15/09     09/15/09              $60              $60      2          16               $33
BATC     10077   Cache Valley Specialty Hospital: One of the hospitals in the Cache C      07/16/09     06/24/10           $1,721           $1,721     32         106              $918
BATC     10148   Caisson Laboratories, Inc.: Manufacturing and providing cell culture      08/24/09     03/16/10           $1,260           $1,260      3          64              $693
BATC     10113   Campbell Scientific: One of the outstanding research and production       10/19/09     04/30/10           $3,182           $3,182     20         105            $1,753
BATC     10069   Cantwell Bros Lumber Co: This company provided building supplies          05/12/10     05/12/10             $320             $320      4          16              $176
BATC     10165   Canyon Creek Construction LLC: Residential construction                   09/01/09     05/26/10           $1,419           $1,419      3         237              $781
BATC     10096   Carson Plumbing & Mechanical: One of several plumbing companie            09/01/09     04/15/10           $2,080           $2,080      5         657            $1,079
BATC     10072   Cartwright Consulting Engineers: This company provides structural,        01/26/10     05/10/10             $600             $600     16          60              $330
BATC     10063   Caspers Ice Cream: A unique family ice cream business that develo         08/11/09     05/28/10           $9,350           $9,350     52         594            $5,145
BATC     10168   Central Billing Office: Medical billing office for local physicans        10/14/09     05/05/10             $899             $899      9         132              $495
BATC     10094   CJ Electrical: One of the excellent electrical contracting companies i    09/01/09     04/14/10             $780             $780      2         207              $429
BATC     10081   Crystal Inn: This is a very nice motel in the Bear River Region.          08/25/09     08/25/09              $10              $10      2           4
BATC     10111   Cunningham Plumbing: This is one of several plumbing contractors          09/01/09     12/09/09             $260             $260      1          81             $143
BATC     10044   Discount Tire: This is one of the major tire retailers and service cent   06/28/10     06/28/10             $180             $180      7           7             $100
BATC     10164   Dr. Douglas Walker: Medical family practice                               10/14/09     06/09/10           $5,335           $5,335     14         440            $2,935
BATC     10065   Ducworks: This is a metal fabricating company specializing in uniqu       08/24/09     04/30/10             $794             $794      4          26             $407
BATC     10009   Dupont: This company has a unique product. They produce hologra           11/03/09     06/10/10           $1,265           $1,265     16          57             $696
BATC     10110   Edge Trucking: One of the newer local construction companies in th        02/09/10     06/22/10           $1,750           $1,750     15         160             $963
BATC     10173   EK Ekcessories Inc.: Manfactuing of sports accesssories distribuing       11/10/09     11/13/09             $618             $618     14          28             $340
BATC     10163   Freedom Electric: Commericial and industrial electrical installs and r    09/01/09     04/15/10           $1,160           $1,160      4         362             $638
BATC     10012   Frontier Scientific: This company manufacturers fine chemicals. Th        11/13/09     05/07/10           $1,684           $1,684      7          88             $927
BATC     10172   GBS Benefits: Insurance brocker                                           09/22/09     02/16/10              $25              $25      3          13
BATC     10048   GEM Building Systems: Company designs and erects large building           07/14/09     04/07/10           $2,116           $2,116     75         202            $1,163
BATC     10066   Green River Stone Co: This company manufactures a unique counte           08/28/09     08/28/09             $140             $140      1           3               $77


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                                                                                                                                                       Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#   Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

BATC     10016   Grover Excavation: This company locates, mines, excavates, crushe          03/04/10     03/04/10              $90              $90      1           8               $50
BATC     10078   H A Fabricators: This company designs, fabricates, delivers and ere        06/08/10     06/08/10             $190             $190      21         21               $35
BATC     10169   Harold Dance Investments: Local financial advisor serving the local        10/21/09     10/22/09             $370             $370      1          16              $204
BATC     10119   Harris Research: This company develops and distributes caret clean         07/01/09     06/30/10           $2,700           $2,700      21        141            $2,303
BATC     10014   Herff Jones: This company prints yearbooks for high schools and co         09/15/09     06/09/10           $1,785           $1,785     142        283              $982
BATC     10024   Heritage Glass Inc: This is an interesting company using crushed gl        11/21/09     11/21/09             $310             $310      6          24              $171
BATC     10183   Holiday Inn: Local hotel serving the Cache Region.                         03/23/10     03/23/10             $320             $320      2           4              $175
BATC     10018   ICON Logan: ICON is recognized as one of the largest producers of          07/08/09     06/30/10           $4,145           $4,145     120       1,204           $2,257
BATC     10109   IMDS - Medicine Lodge Inc - Logan: This company develops and m             07/15/09     03/09/10          $14,841          $14,841     126        758            $8,003
BATC     10019   Inovar: A very progressive company that stuffs circuit boards for clie     07/01/09     06/30/10          $17,003          $17,003     315       4,552           $9,189
BATC     10186   Island Heights Contruction: This a a general contruction company in        05/07/10     05/07/10             $330             $330      7          56              $182
BATC     10152   Jones Simkins PC: Major accounting firm who is supporting Utah an          11/15/09     05/13/10           $2,989           $2,989      31        219            $1,644
BATC     10023   Juniper Systems: A local research and manufacturing company mak            09/14/09     06/30/10           $8,381           $8,381      93        566            $4,646
BATC     10146   Landmark Companies: Contractor licensed for B100- General, E100            01/05/10     04/14/10             $855             $855      3         246              $470
BATC     10147   Larsen Plumbing & Heating Incorporated: Boilers and hot water hea          09/01/09     04/14/10             $545             $545      1         162              $300
BATC     10176   Lees Market Place: A major grocery store in the Bear River region.         10/15/09     10/15/09             $100             $100      2          16               $55
BATC     10025   Lees Plumbing: One of several Plumbing organizations in the Bear R         09/01/09     04/14/10             $778             $778      2         167              $428
BATC     10073   Lloyd Facer Trucking: This is a local trucking company providing hig       03/04/10     03/04/10             $270             $270      3          24              $149
BATC     10042   Logan Electric LLC: This is one of several outstanding electrical con      09/01/09     12/09/09           $1,174           $1,174      2         159              $646
BATC     10177   Lutz Heating: Comercial and residential heating and airconditioning        01/05/10     04/15/10             $260             $260      1          75              $143
BATC     10026   LW Millers Transportation Inc.: This is one of the major transportatio     08/10/09     01/21/10           $4,839           $4,839     106        322            $2,662
BATC     10187   M & M Auto Care Inc.: Auto repair shop.                                    04/07/10     04/07/10              $70              $70      1           1               $28
BATC     10178   Malouf Law Office: Law firm serving the Box Elder region.                  01/15/10     01/15/10              $35              $35      2           2               $19
BATC     10027   Malt O Meal: One of the major producers of food products specializi        07/01/09     06/30/10          $13,094          $13,094     237       1,465           $7,202
BATC     10022   Maximum Style Tec: This is one of the premier cosmetology schools          11/14/09     02/22/10           $1,201           $1,201      6          78              $661
BATC     10089   Mike Norr Plumbing Inc: This is one of several outstanding plumbing        09/01/09     04/14/10             $520             $520      1         162              $286
BATC     10120   Moonlight Diesel: Company provides diesel pickup repair performan          10/09/09     05/01/10             $560             $560      2          26              $308
BATC     10000   Multiple Use: Use this as a repository to track Custom Fit expenses                                        $3,035           $3,035
BATC     10030   Munns Manufacturing: This company specializes in the manufactur            09/28/09     06/09/10           $1,806           $1,806      16        198            $1,006
BATC     10092   Myers Plumbing: One of the excellent plumbing companies in the Be          09/01/09     04/14/10             $620             $620       1        162              $341
BATC     10021   Nish Rock: This company locates, crushes, screens and delivers roc         03/05/10     03/05/10             $180             $180       2         16               $99
BATC     10135   Nucor Building Systems Utah: Steel Fabrication - Building compone          11/10/09     05/07/10             $893             $893       8        134              $492
BATC     10033   Nucor Steel: A major producer of steel using scrap metal as the prim       10/09/09     05/07/10          $18,855          $18,855     118       1,554          $10,370
BATC     10093   Ocean Star: Manufacture fish food & harvest brine shrimp eggs.             11/10/09     11/10/09              $10              $10       2          3
BATC     10039   Ophir Spiricon: Laser Diagnostic Equipment is developed and produ          10/15/09     05/26/10           $7,096           $7,096      58        363            $4,015
BATC     10095   Paragon Medical: One of the few manufacturers of specialized surgi         03/16/10     06/24/10             $110             $110      95        790            $5,955
BATC     10035   Pepperidge Farm: This is one of the premier cracker and cookie ma          08/11/09     06/25/10          $23,631          $23,631     190       1,448          $18,625
BATC     10161   Peterson Equipment Co.: Distribution and service for mobile equipm         08/18/09     08/19/09              $10              $10       6         96
BATC     10116   Phase II Construction - Electric: One of the excellent electrical contra   09/01/09     04/14/10             $673             $673       1        162             $370
BATC     10137   Procter & Gamble: Procter & Gamble is opening a new paper goods            10/09/09     07/01/10          $44,763          $44,763     112       5,991          $53,650
BATC     10184   Providence Family Medicine: Family practice medicine facility in Cac       03/23/10     03/24/10             $370             $370       1         16             $204
BATC     10084   Providence Inn: One of the historic bed and breakfast facilities in the    08/25/09     03/23/10             $358             $358       3          6             $175
BATC     10174   Quality Inn: Local motel in the Bear River region.                         11/24/09     11/24/09             $305             $305       1          2             $168

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                                                                                                                                                        Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#     Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

BATC      10124   Quansys Biosciences: Quansys Biosciences, Inc., a Spendlove Rese           07/01/09     10/22/09          $2,430            $2,430      11         91            $1,337
BATC      10105   Qwest: This is a major employer of the Bear River Region providing         09/16/09     09/16/09          $3,839            $3,839      10         80            $1,920
BATC      10144   Reminder Band: Silicon reminder bands and protective covers                07/01/09     12/31/09             $60               $60       1          5               $30
BATC      10132   Ritewood Inc.: Large poultry and poultry products farm                     09/01/09     04/14/10            $698              $698       1        165              $384
BATC      10171   Rocky Mt. Dermatology: Local Dermatolgy clinic.                            10/15/09     10/15/09             $60               $60       1          8               $33
BATC      10029   RR Donnelley: Moore Business Communications Services is the larg           10/19/09     11/12/09          $1,408            $1,408      20        637              $774
BATC      10037   Schreiber Foods, Inc. Logan: Company is a major producer of proce          07/01/09     06/22/10         $25,078           $25,078     575       3,454          $13,999
BATC      10038   Schreiber Foods, Inc. Smithfield: Company is a major producer of p         11/02/09     06/10/10         $11,981           $11,981     377       1,132           $6,662
BATC      10090   Scott James Plumbing & Heating INC: This is one of several heating         09/01/09     04/14/10            $520              $520       1        162              $286
BATC      10074   Silicone Plastics Inc: This is one of the premier plastic injection mold   07/01/09     06/03/10            $765              $765      27         92              $459
BATC      10071   Staker & Parson Companies: One of the major construction, concre           02/04/10     02/05/10          $3,157            $3,157      56        448            $1,828
BATC      10045   T & M Manufacturing: This company fabricates and installs architec         07/21/09     06/29/10          $1,370            $1,370      35        181            $1,020
BATC      10182   TBP Construction (Mike Madsen): Comercial construction in areas d          03/15/10     03/15/10            $210              $210       7         28              $116
BATC      10175   TeamWorks Therapy, LLC: Workplace ergonomic interventions and              10/15/09     04/30/10          $2,760            $2,760       5         38            $1,350
BATC      10167   Tec Electric: This company provides electrial support and installation     09/24/09     06/08/10          $2,387            $2,387      30        304            $1,313
BATC      10017   ThermoFisher - Operations: A specialized company manufacturing s           07/01/09     06/30/10         $26,329           $26,329     162       2,689          $16,482
BATC      10067   TTM, Time to Market: One of the premier circuit board manufacturer         04/16/10     05/07/10          $1,650            $1,650      21        282              $915
BATC      10087   Valley Implement Co. Inc.: A major implement company in the regio          10/26/09     06/25/10            $236              $236       2          9              $130
BATC      10050   Wendys Restaurant: One of several fast food restaurants in the area        08/12/09     03/17/10             $75               $75      19         38               $42
BATC      10051   Wescor: This company is one of the major research and manufactu            10/22/09     04/30/10          $2,443            $2,443      25        144            $1,360
BATC      10055   West Liberty Foods: This is a new meat processing company setting          09/08/09     11/24/09          $1,650            $1,650       2         60              $908
BATC      10082   Weston Inn: This is one of the premier motels in the Bear River Regi       08/25/09     11/24/09             $50               $50       2          8
BATC      10179   Wheeler Machinery: Heavy equipemhnt service and delership.                 02/04/10     02/04/10            $180              $180       2         16              $99
BATC      10130   Whitaker Construction Co: Major construction contractor for the Mt.        07/17/09     04/30/10          $1,050            $1,050      15        214             $580
BATC      10053   Young Electric Sign Company: This relatively new division in the B         07/01/09     05/12/10         $20,550           $20,550     269       2,149         $11,306
BATC     TOTAL                                                                                                            $394,500          $394,500    4,481     45,296        $271,054
CEU      S0033    4 Corners Electric: Electrical Contractor                                  09/01/09     04/30/10          $1,031            $1,031       1        359             $413
CEU      S0039    Andrea Black Avon Distributing: Avon distributing business                 03/02/10     04/01/10            $162              $162       1         30              $65
CEU      E0014    ANGIS DISTRIBUTION: Health and Nutritional Products Distributor            02/11/10     02/11/10             $38               $38       1          2              $15
CEU      C0059    ANJELENA COOK SALES: Nutritional Products Distribution                     03/18/10     03/18/10             $50               $50       1          3              $20
CEU      G0002    BARBARA HICKS CPA: This company provides accounting and tax                11/05/09     11/24/09          $2,900            $2,900       5         91           $1,160
CEU      E0008    BARBARA MURRAY DIST.: FY essential Oil Distributer                         01/14/10     03/18/10            $896              $896       2         24             $358
CEU      C0014    BEEHIVE HOMES: Adult Care Facility                                         07/01/09     12/11/09            $784              $784       2        208             $304
CEU      C0052    BEST TECH AUTO: Auto Repair                                                01/15/10     01/16/10            $100              $100       1         16              $40
CEU      S0037    Black Hawk Transportation: Busing transportation service                   03/01/10     03/02/10            $162              $162       1         30              $65
CEU      S0028    Blue Mountain Meats: Local food distributor.                               10/02/09     10/09/09         $18,055           $18,055      32        158           $7,222
CEU      C0032    BODEC INC.: Electrical Constructors                                        09/22/09     02/24/10          $2,037            $2,037      13        146             $815
CEU      C0010    BOOTH FIRE PROTECTION: Fire protection service and equipmen                08/01/09     03/24/10          $1,832            $1,832      18        306             $733
CEU      C0058    BRYANS CARPET CLEANING: Full Service Carpet, Flood, Fire Res               03/24/10     04/08/10            $848              $848       1         48             $339
CEU      S0036    Bucks Grill House: Restaurant                                              02/25/10     02/27/10            $395              $395       1         12             $158
CEU      E0004    BUCYRUS: Mining Equipment Repair                                           09/08/09     03/25/10          $9,405            $9,405      44        349           $3,762
CEU      S0041    Canyon Color Graphics: Grpahics design company                             04/01/10     06/30/10          $1,500            $1,500       1         28             $600
CEU      C0013    CARBON TRANSPORT (Savage Industries): Coal Transport for the               08/05/09     08/06/09          $2,000            $2,000      32        160             $800

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Region    CI#    Company Name and Description                                       Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

CEU      C0021   CASTLE COUNTRY CARE CENTER: Nursing Home facility                  09/03/09     10/23/09             $407             $407       1        104              $163
CEU      C0036   CASTLEVIEW HOSPITAL: Hospital services                             10/19/09     11/04/09             $131             $131       1          8               $52
CEU      S0024   Clarks Market: Grocery Store                                       12/08/09     12/09/09           $1,200           $1,200       4         48              $480
CEU      C0037   COAL CREEK FAB AND MACHINE: Mining Support                         10/15/09     10/15/09             $400             $400       6         48              $160
CEU      S0001   Comb Ridge Coffee: Restaurant/Coffee Shop                          07/08/09     07/17/09             $202             $202       1          6               $81
CEU      E0002   CONSOLIDATION COAL MINE: Coal mine - performing continuous         07/20/09     04/24/10          $18,399          $18,399     174       2,132           $7,360
CEU      C0007   CONVEYOR SERVICES CORP: Mining Industry services                   07/31/09     07/31/09           $1,350           $1,350       9         90              $540
CEU      E0031   CREATIVE BODY CONSULTING: Alternative Healing                      03/18/10     03/18/10              $50              $50       1          3               $20
CEU      S0008   Dairy Café: Restaurant                                             11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300       1         12              $120
CEU      S0005   DC Verify: GIS Business                                            08/10/09     08/12/09             $750             $750       1         16              $300
CEU      C0061   DEBBIES QUILTS: Quilting Service                                   05/07/10     05/08/10             $493             $493       1         12              $197
CEU      S0003   Denison Mines: Uranium recovery mill                               07/31/09     04/10/10           $6,321           $6,321      32        512            $2,528
CEU      S0002   Dineh Designs: Graphics designs                                    07/06/09     07/11/09           $1,099           $1,099       2         36              $440
CEU      C0044   DINOSAUR TIRE SERVICE: Auto and Tire Service                       12/03/09     12/10/09             $500             $500       5         80              $200
CEU      E0020   DOLLY STEPHENS DIST: Health and Nutrition Distribution             02/11/10     02/11/10              $25              $25       1          2               $10
CEU      E0009   DONNA SUSAETA DIST: BY Essential Oil Distributer                   12/04/09     03/18/10             $840             $840       1         22              $336
CEU      C0022   DR. BLANE JACKSON: Dental Practice                                 08/26/09     03/27/10           $6,734           $6,734       8        184            $2,693
CEU      C0024   Dr. GAGON: A medical office of two physicians and one physicians   11/04/09     11/07/09           $2,543           $2,543       4         80            $1,017
CEU      C0005   Dr. KAREN M. RADLEY MD: Doctors Office                             12/04/09     12/04/09           $1,200           $1,200       1        120              $480
CEU      C0012   DUCHESNE CUSTOM AUTO: Auto Service and Repair                      07/11/09     07/18/09             $100             $100       1         16               $40
CEU      C0008   DUGOUT MINE: Dugout mine is an underground coal mine.              07/01/09     03/25/10           $4,893           $4,893      27       1,200           $1,957
CEU      S0014   Eagle Air Med: Company provides air ambulance service in the Fou   10/20/09     10/28/09           $4,945           $4,945      10        208            $2,038
CEU      C9014   EIS ENVIRONMENTAL & ENGINEERING: Environmental Engineer            02/03/10     02/19/10           $1,494           $1,494       1         16              $598
CEU      C0049   ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS INC.: The company is an electrical          02/08/10     06/30/10           $5,370           $5,370      14        574            $2,148
CEU      E0006   EMERY AUTO GROUP: Auto Shop                                        10/07/09     10/15/09             $200             $200       2         32               $80
CEU      E0015   EMERY TELCOM: Telecommunications, TV Business                      01/12/10     02/26/10           $4,282           $4,282       8        142            $1,713
CEU      E0029   ENERGY WEST: Electrical Energy Production, Mining                  01/11/10     04/15/10           $1,136           $1,136       4        360              $454
CEU      C0053   EVOLUTION AUTOMOTIVE: Automotive Repair and Fab shop               01/15/10     01/16/10             $100             $100       1         16               $40
CEU      S0012   Four Corners Care Center: Nursing home.                            12/08/09     12/09/09             $300             $300       1         12              $120
CEU      S0025   Gouldings Restaurant: Restaurant                                   12/08/09     01/28/10           $1,490           $1,490       3         58              $596
CEU      C0040   GRAKO AUTO: Auto Tire and Repair Shop                              10/07/09     02/25/10             $210             $210       2         32               $84
CEU      C0038   GREENHALGH PHOTOGRAPHY: Photography and Alternative Hea            10/14/09     03/06/10           $1,500           $1,500       1         46              $600
CEU      C0004   HEALING HEARTS FOUNDATION: Medical, counseling, healing wa         10/21/09     11/13/09             $329             $329       1         12              $132
CEU      S0018   Homestead Steakhouse: Restaurant                                   11/17/09     12/09/09           $1,100           $1,100       3         40              $440
CEU      C0057   HORIZON MINE: Coal Mine                                            01/11/10     04/15/10             $284             $284       1         90              $114
CEU      E0019   INDUSTRIAL ELECTRIC TRUCK DIV: Auto Truck Service                  01/15/10     01/16/10             $200             $200       2         32               $80
CEU      C0018   INTERMOUNTAIN ELECTRONICS: Electronics for Heavy equipmen          08/17/09     01/01/10           $6,495           $6,495      90        739            $2,598
CEU      G0001   INTREPID POTASH: Potash Mine                                       11/18/09     11/20/09             $900             $900       2         34              $360
CEU      E0007   JACKS AUTO: Auto Service and Parts                                 12/03/09     12/10/09             $100             $100       1         16               $40
CEU      C0050   JIM HENRY HEAVY HAULING: Heavy equipment Hauling, Safety C         01/09/10     01/09/10             $380             $380       2         16              $152
CEU      C0023   JOY MINING MACHINERY: Mining Service Industry, Manufacture a       09/09/09     03/05/10           $1,924           $1,924       5        424              $770
CEU      S0009   K&C Store: Grocery Store & Deli                                    11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300       1         12              $120
CEU      S0035   K&K Enterprises: Tool retail operation                             02/26/10     02/27/10             $395             $395       1         12              $158

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Region    CI#    Company Name and Description                                        Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

CEU      S0020   Lamplight Restaurant: Restaurant.                                   11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      S0010   Lickety Split: Retail store                                         11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      E0010   LIVE EARTH PRODUCTS: Mining and fertilizer company                  01/11/10     01/11/10             $558             $558      5          40              $223
CEU      E0017   MALIA MURRAY DIST.: Health and Nutritional Producs Distribution     12/04/09     02/11/10             $545             $545      1          19              $218
CEU      S0030   Moab Auto Group: Automotive dealership and repair shop              01/07/10     01/28/10             $180             $180      2          36               $72
CEU      E0013   MONIQUES DISTRIBUTING: Health and Nutritional Products Distrib      01/14/10     03/18/10             $155             $155      1           7               $62
CEU      C0020   MORGANTOWN MACHINE: Machine and Hydraulics shop                     09/29/09     01/26/10             $383             $383      7          64              $153
CEU      S0038   Ned Smith Sprinklers: Plumbing/sprinkler installation company       03/02/10     04/01/10             $162             $162      1          30               $65
CEU      C0042   NELCO CONSTRUCTION: A construction and excavation company           11/19/09     12/17/09              $96              $96      2          16               $38
CEU      C0001   NELSON MAINTENANCE SOLUTIONS: Auto repair                           07/11/09     07/18/09             $100             $100      1          16               $40
CEU      E0001   NIELSON CONSTRUCTION: Construction company                          07/30/09     02/24/10           $2,308           $2,308     70         646              $923
CEU      S0006   Northern Electric: Electrical contractor                            09/01/09     12/10/09             $643             $643      1         122              $257
CEU      S0027   Old Bridge Grill: Restaurant                                        12/08/09     12/09/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      E0012   OLIVIAS DAYCARE: Daycare                                            01/14/10     03/18/10             $100             $100      1           7               $40
CEU      C0046   PACIFIC CENTRAL STEEL Inc.: Steel Manufacturing Company             01/04/10     01/06/10              $99              $99      1          24               $40
CEU      C0009   PATHWAYS TO HEALTH LLC: Health and Healing Practice                 08/21/09     08/30/09           $1,500           $1,500      1          80              $600
CEU      S0015   Patio Drive Inn: Fast food restaurant                               11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      SOO11   Phil Lyman CPA: Certified Public Accountant                         10/19/09     10/20/09             $678             $678      2          32              $271
CEU      E0003   PROREHAB: Rehabilitation Services: Physical Therapy, Occupation     09/25/09     06/23/10           $9,552           $9,552     12         273            $3,821
CEU      C0011   PURE CO2: Chemical - Gas manufacturing                              07/31/09     11/20/09           $6,200           $6,200      7         200            $2,480
CEU      E0005   QUILTED TREASURES: Quitling business                                09/01/09     05/06/10             $996             $996      1          43              $398
CEU      S0021   R & F Restaurant: Restaurant                                        11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      S0031   Redd Agriculture: Cattle Rancher                                    02/01/10     06/30/10           $3,000           $3,000      2         144            $1,200
CEU      S0004   Redd Mechanical: Redd Mechanical is a local plumbing constractor.   07/01/09     03/05/10           $1,640           $1,640      2          55              $656
CEU      S0013   Redd Ranches: Cattle Ranch                                          11/01/09     04/30/10           $4,700           $4,700      2         107            $1,880
CEU      C0043   REI DRILLING: Drilling Service                                      11/17/09     11/18/09             $192             $192      2          20               $77
CEU      C0033   RENEW YOU: Alternative Health Sevices                               07/16/09     10/17/09           $1,500           $1,500      1          70              $600
CEU      C0055   RUGGERI PLUMBING INC: Full service plumbing company                 03/01/10     03/05/10             $345             $345      3          72              $138
CEU      S0040   San Juan Pharmacy: Pharmacy                                         04/01/10     06/30/10           $2,000           $2,000      3         102              $800
CEU      E0032   SANDEE SALES: Health and Nutrition Product Sales                    03/18/10     03/18/10              $81              $81      1           3               $32
CEU      C0015   SAVAGE INDUSTRIES: Coal Trucking and transport                      08/10/09     04/23/10          $15,464          $15,464     81        1,953           $6,185
CEU      C9045   SERVICE MASTER CLEAN: Cleaning and Fire Flood Restoration B         11/16/09     03/02/10           $2,131           $2,131      5          64              $852
CEU      C0027   SKYLINE MINE: The company is a coal mining company that has b       09/09/09     04/30/10           $4,107           $4,107      5         392            $1,643
CEU      C0048   SPRAY WISE: Chemical Applicators                                    01/20/10     04/30/10             $536             $536      1          90              $214
CEU      C0054   STONEWEST GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH: Genealogical researc               02/26/10     02/27/10             $457             $457      2          20              $183
CEU      C0017   SUNNYSIDE COGENERATION: The business is a small waste coa           09/16/09     03/25/10           $1,181           $1,181     23         136              $472
CEU      C0035   SUPREME MUFFLER: Full service automotive shop                       10/07/09     10/15/09             $200             $200      2          32               $80
CEU      S0023   Swingin Steak: Restaurant                                           11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      E0030   TABITHA KELLY SALES: Nutritional Products Distributor               03/18/10     03/18/10             $228             $228      1           3               $91
CEU      S0016   Taco Time: Fast Food                                                11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300      1          12              $120
CEU      S0029   The Peace Tree: Restaurant                                          12/08/09     02/27/10             $995             $995      3          36              $398
CEU      C0034   TIRE KING: Tire and Auto Shop                                       10/07/09     10/15/09             $200             $200      2          32               $80
CEU      C0051   TONY BASSO GM: A service center in an automotive dealership.        01/15/10     02/25/10             $600             $600      6          96              $240

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Region    CI#    Company Name and Description                                                Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

CEU      S0026   Tri Hurst Construction: Construction Company                                02/01/10     02/05/10             $670             $670       2        20               $268
CEU      E0028   TRIMAC TRANSPORTATION: Trucking and Repair services                         04/06/10     04/15/10             $300             $300       3        48               $120
CEU      S0017   Twin Rocks Café: Restaurant                                                 11/17/09     12/09/09           $1,200           $1,200       4        48               $480
CEU      C0031   UINTA MACHINE: Small Machine Shop                                           09/30/09     09/30/09             $192             $192       4        32                $77
CEU      S0032   Unlearn Your Limits: Business consulting and training firm                  02/26/10     05/31/10           $3,790           $3,790       2        96             $1,516
CEU      C0006   UTAH AMERICAN ENERGY, INC.: Coal Minining Company                           05/04/09     04/15/10          $30,037          $30,037     274       4,316          $12,015
CEU      S0022   Valles: Restaurant                                                          11/08/09     11/17/09             $300             $300       1        12               $120
CEU      S0019   Wagon Wheel Pizza: Restaurant.                                              11/17/09     11/18/09             $300             $300       1        12               $120
CEU      S0007   Wilderness Quest: Youth treatment program                                   03/26/10     04/02/10           $3,210           $3,210      18        224            $1,284
CEU      S0034   Zaks: Restaurant                                                            02/26/10     02/27/10             $395             $395       1        12               $158
CEU      C0030   ZIEGLER CHEMICAL: Mining Exploration                                        08/06/09     08/07/09             $990             $990       1        20               $396
CEU      TOTAL                                                                                                             $230,857         $230,857    1,176     19,628          $92,393
DATC      780    3c Business Solutions: Network cabling, ITsupport for small busines         03/08/10     06/05/10           $2,738           $2,738       2        114            $1,643
DATC      837    AAA Fire Safety & Alarm, Inc.: Install and service fire life safety syste   08/10/09     08/12/09              $79              $79       1          6               $47
DATC      831    Adams & Petersen CPAs: Certified Public Accounting                          10/26/09     05/14/10           $3,432           $3,432      10        213            $2,059
DATC      333    Advanced Metal Products: Machine shop and manufacturing comp                02/22/10     05/03/10             $699             $699       1         51              $419
DATC      341    Albertsons Distribution Company: Distrubution functions for Albertso        04/20/10     04/20/10             $613             $613       5         40              $364
DATC      315    Albion Laboratories, Inc.: Manufacturer of a variety of nutrients for h     10/01/09     07/13/10          $10,052          $10,052      25        310            $6,031
DATC      825    All Pro Electric Inc: Commercial electrical contractor.                     07/07/09     07/07/09             $400             $400      10         20              $240
DATC      442    Amcor Masonry Products: Manufacture concrete products and resa              09/08/09     11/24/09             $825             $825       1         21              $495
DATC      304    AmeriCold: Company is a regional distribution center for various fro        06/25/10     06/25/10             $561             $561       5         40              $336
DATC      890    Apple Tree Assisted Living: Elderly care.                                   05/14/10     05/14/10             $725             $725       7         54              $435
DATC      836    Apple Village Assisted Living: Elderly care.                                05/14/10     05/14/10             $625             $625       6         42              $375
DATC      732    Applegate HomeCare & Hospice: Homecare and Hospice                          07/15/09     08/17/09             $278             $278       7         40              $167
DATC      887    Argust Consulting, LLC: Healthcare IT consulting.                           03/18/10     06/30/10             $103             $103       1          5               $62
DATC      374    Arrow IEC: Electrical contractor - small business. Works with indust        08/18/09     09/17/09             $999             $999       1         30              $599
DATC      847    Arrowpoint Solutions, Inc.: IT, Engineering and courseware service p        07/01/09     12/31/09             $893             $893       1        243              $536
DATC      891    A-Tech Drafting & Design: Provide design and drafting service for ne        03/23/10     06/30/10             $394             $394       1        120              $237
DATC      362    ATK Aerospace Structures: Advanced weapons and space systems                07/01/09     06/08/10           $7,074           $7,074      16        796            $4,244
DATC      860    atmequipment.com: Sell atm equipment, supply parts and repairs.             09/25/09     05/21/10           $1,380           $1,380       8         80              $828
DATC      889    Avalon Business Engineering Services: Provides management, logis            03/22/10     03/22/10              $89              $89       1          2               $53
DATC      699    Bangerter, Lund & Associates: Certified Public Accounting Firm, tax         07/21/09     06/30/10           $4,785           $4,785       9        196            $2,871
DATC      653    Barnes Banking Company: Financial Institution / Bank                        07/01/09     01/29/10           $8,566           $8,566     193       1,988           $5,140
DATC      425    Benchmark Behavioral Health Systems: Residential psychiatric facili         10/13/09     06/04/10           $1,864           $1,864      15        140            $1,118
DATC      756    Biotron Laboratories, Inc.: Chelated mineral manufacturer (raw mate         04/08/10     04/08/10              $69              $69       1          4               $41
DATC      460    Brendell Manufacturing: Custom machine shop. Build to customer s            03/15/10     06/30/10             $248             $248       1         33              $149
DATC      857    Caregivers Plus: Provide daily living assistance such as: bathing, dr       09/08/09     11/24/09             $825             $825       1         36              $495
DATC      874    CBC Oil and Wash, Inc.: Full service, 16-point oil change and other         02/09/10     05/26/10           $1,664           $1,664       2         34              $998
DATC      897    CD&NF International: Franchising development for Nach-o Fast and            04/15/10     04/15/10             $300             $300       2         16              $180
DATC      716    Chevron Global Manufacturing: Manufacture oil and gasoline produ            11/11/09     05/18/10           $1,522           $1,522      24        105              $913
DATC      313    Cleasby Manufacturing: Company manufactures conveyors and oth               05/11/10     06/30/10             $425             $425       3         24              $255
DATC      744    Clock & Instrument Repair: Clock repair, restoration and warranty se        07/20/09     07/27/09             $436             $436       2         28              $262
DATC      325    Coldsweep, Inc.: Company has been in business 2 years. They prov            02/06/10     03/05/10           $2,850           $2,850       5        168            $1,710

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                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

DATC     871    Comfort Hospice Care, LLC: Homecare and Hospice.                           01/27/10     01/28/10             $138             $138       1         8                $83
DATC     366    Companion Systems: Manufacture and design outer casing of ATM              07/08/09     06/16/10           $2,545           $2,545      10        125            $1,527
DATC     422    Cornerstone Research & Development: Contract packaging and ma              09/08/09     02/18/10           $2,899           $2,899      11        144            $1,739
DATC     875    Coxey Construction & Remodeling, Inc.: New construction, remoldin          02/22/10     05/03/10             $699             $699       1         54              $419
DATC     426    Craythorne Inc: Construction - installation of sewer, water, secondar      03/08/10     03/15/10           $1,250           $1,250      12        104              $750
DATC     864    David G McMillan DDS PC: General dentistry.                                02/18/10     02/19/10             $340             $340       9         73              $204
DATC     518    Davis Hospital & Medical Center: Medical center                            09/16/09     09/16/09           $1,396           $1,396       4         32              $838
DATC     437    Eagle Environmental, Inc.: Asbestos & lead paint abatement, mold r         07/13/09     06/11/10          $30,345          $30,345      86       2,245          $18,207
DATC     815    eGlobal ATM: ATM placement and processing.                                 10/08/09     04/07/10             $923             $923       6         53              $554
DATC     867    E-LaRue, LLC: Bookkeeper, notary.                                          01/20/10     03/24/10             $668             $668       1         36              $401
DATC     661    Electrical Consultants, Inc.: Electrical consultants - Engineering firm    07/23/09     04/16/10          $28,315          $28,315      31       1,046          $16,989
DATC     878    Elmore Chiropractic & Nutrition, LC: Chiropractic and rehab services       04/17/10     06/27/10             $549             $549       1         31              $329
DATC     870    Emergency & Disaster Prep: Sales of emergency prep supplies.               02/22/10     05/03/10             $699             $699       1         45              $419
DATC     673    Essential Healthcare Solutions: Professional medical management f          01/20/10     01/20/10              $99              $99       1         7                $59
DATC     483    Evans Automotive: Automotive repair                                        11/03/09     11/24/09             $540             $540       6         96              $324
DATC     848    Excel Builders, LLC: Construction - residential and small commercia        07/13/09     07/15/09              $79              $79       1         6                $47
DATC     543    Fabpro Oriented Polymers, LLC: Manufacturing compnay- plastic tw           01/13/10     05/21/10           $2,425           $2,425       4        138            $1,455
DATC     884    FirstMed: FirstMed is an industrial and urgent care medical clinic.        05/13/10     06/24/10           $1,798           $1,798       2         36            $1,079
DATC     308    Futura Industries: Manufacturer in Freeport Center. Aluminum extru         09/21/09     01/18/10           $3,775           $3,775      21        116            $2,265
DATC     904    Garage Inc.: Full service auto repair.                                     06/07/10     06/16/10             $180             $180       2         32              $108
DATC     435    Gibbs Smith, Publisher: Book publisher - Distribute to bookstores, fi      07/06/09     09/17/09             $314             $314       6         36              $188
DATC     880    Got Lashes: Offer eyelash extensions - a dedicated full time lash stu      03/10/10     04/07/10           $2,473           $2,473      11         80            $1,484
DATC     902    Groundhawg Trucking, LLC: Dirt hauling truck company.                      05/10/10     05/19/10             $450             $450       5         80              $270
DATC     770    Guru Labs: Linux training company                                          03/24/10     03/24/10             $138             $138       2         6                $83
DATC     647    G-West Builders: General building contractor with focus on drywall a       08/10/09     08/12/09              $79              $79       1         6                $47
DATC     858    Healthy Vibrations: Therapeutic bodywork and supplement sales.             11/06/09     06/13/10             $604             $604       1         40              $362
DATC     755    HEC Reading Horizons: Publish and distribute reading materials             01/13/10     01/13/10             $109             $109       1         7                $65
DATC     319    Holcim Inc: Cement plant company. Recently underwent total renova          09/08/09     06/11/10           $5,630           $5,630       5        110            $3,378
DATC     317    Holly Refining & Marketing Company: Oil Refinery.                          07/01/09     06/30/10          $21,038          $21,038      15       1,032          $12,623
DATC     882    Intermountain Concrete Specialties: We sell products that are used         03/10/10     03/10/10             $690             $690       9         36              $414
DATC     782    JT3 LLC: Government services contract - provide range support for          10/16/09     03/04/10          $11,962          $11,962      17        744            $7,177
DATC     740    Kaysville Clinic: Medical Office                                           01/14/10     06/30/10           $1,343           $1,343       2        120              $806
DATC     301    Kellogg Company: Manufacturer of vegetarian and organic food pro           07/01/09     06/30/10           $7,429           $7,429      36        982            $4,458
DATC     303    Kroger Mfg - Dairy: Commercial ice cream production.                       07/01/09     06/30/10           $4,852           $4,852      19        467            $2,911
DATC     329    Kroger Mfg.- Bakery: Produces dough, cake, pies and other bakery           07/01/09     06/30/10          $12,801          $12,801     101       1,641           $7,681
DATC     859    KSG Distributing, Inc.: Wholesale distributor.                             09/08/09     11/24/09             $825             $825       1         9               $495
DATC     792    KW Excavation, Inc.: Utilities for new buildings, excavation of sites, d   11/03/09     06/15/10             $854             $854       3         40              $513
DATC     674    Lakeview Animal Hospital: Small animal veterinary hospital/                09/17/09     01/20/10           $1,070           $1,070       5        108              $642
DATC     504    Lakeview Hospital: Accredited hospital offering high quality medical       10/16/09     06/22/10           $1,862           $1,862       4         74            $1,117
DATC     893    LB Home Theater Systems: Design and install home theater system            04/09/10     04/10/10             $500             $500       1         24              $300
DATC     324    Levy Home Entertainment: Wholesale book distributer.                       02/04/10     06/08/10           $1,367           $1,367       4         79              $820
DATC     856    Life Long Wellness: Wellness Center - Chiropractic, Acupuncture, &         09/22/09     09/24/09             $163             $163       1         6                $98
DATC     302    Lifetime Products: Lifetime Products manufactures basketball and o         01/11/10     06/22/10          $13,786          $13,786      38        543            $8,271

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                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

DATC     505    Logistic Specialties Inc: Aircraft logistics, purchasing, storage, inven   12/02/09     01/28/10             $224             $224      1          18              $134
DATC     900    Lushlawn & Sprinklers: Lawn and sprinkler care                             04/20/10     04/27/10             $125             $125      1           6               $75
DATC     490    LW Miller Truck & Trailer Repair: Transportation and heavy repair o        02/08/10     02/09/10             $540             $540      6          96              $324
DATC     853    Maetec, LLC: Engineering company that focuses on renewable ener            10/13/09     12/31/09             $389             $389      1           5              $233
DATC     394    Management & Training Corporation: Contract company for Clearfie           11/19/09     11/19/09              $69              $69      1           4               $41
DATC     643    Merit Arts: Custom stone and tile installation.                            08/10/09     08/12/09              $79              $79      1           3               $47
DATC     806    Mike Barnett Construction, Inc.: General contractor - mostly comme         09/14/09     09/14/09             $400             $400      4          16              $240
DATC     309    Mission Support Incorporated: Manufacture and/or repair aerospace          09/09/09     09/09/09             $140             $140      6          36               $84
DATC     417    Morgan Pavement: Asphalt maintenance                                       01/26/10     02/23/10             $317             $317      1          20              $190
DATC     731    Mountain Land Rehabilitation: Provide inpatient and outpatient reha        06/08/10     06/22/10             $327             $327      1          21              $196
DATC     642    MTC/Clearfield Job Corps Center: Contract company to operate the           07/09/09     06/30/10          $17,250          $17,250     325       2,960          $10,350
DATC     427    North Davis Cabinet: Cabinet manufacturer                                  07/13/09     04/15/10             $148             $148      2           9               $89
DATC     789    Northrop Grumman: Defense contractor supplying a number of serv            09/08/09     11/24/09             $825             $825      1          30              $495
DATC     866    Nyes Tree Service: Pruning, removing and maintaining trees. Stum           02/09/10     05/26/10             $832             $832      1           6              $499
DATC     322    Orbit Irrigation: Manufacturer of home irrigation products.                07/01/09     06/30/10          $14,451          $14,451     28         823            $8,670
DATC     419    Petzl America: Distributor of mountain climbing equipment. Mail or         09/24/09     05/21/10           $3,649           $3,649      5         116            $2,190
DATC     899    Precision Power, Inc.: Stand by power generator sets, service, repai       04/20/10     04/26/10             $125             $125      1           6               $75
DATC     838    Pro Polymers, Inc.: We recycle and distribute a wide variety of mater      07/01/09     06/08/10           $2,537           $2,537      5         452            $1,522
DATC     877    Progressive Clinical Research: Service oriented company working in         04/24/10     06/29/10           $1,195           $1,195      4          38              $717
DATC     898    Quality Machine & Automation: Manufacture machine parts.                   05/05/10     06/23/10           $1,990           $1,990      5          48            $1,194
DATC     863    Rain For Rent: Rain for Rent is a profit-oriented company committed        01/04/10     02/23/10           $2,075           $2,075     13         160            $1,245
DATC     892    Renaissance Massage School: We are a small school specializing in          03/31/10     03/31/10              $81              $81      1           2               $49
DATC     819    Royalty Services Group, Inc.: Carpet, tile and grout, upholstery clean     10/08/09     03/30/10           $3,536           $3,536      3         114            $2,122
DATC     469    Sahara Construction: Commercial Construction - Project Manageme            04/21/10     04/21/10             $800             $800      4          40              $480
DATC     593    Salmon Electical Contractors: Electrical contractor                        08/27/09     05/06/10           $3,058           $3,058      6         900            $1,835
DATC     718    Shupe Electric, Inc.: Electrical contracting for both residential and co   08/26/09     05/05/10           $2,097           $2,097      4         742            $1,258
DATC     788    Smith Manufacturing: Manufacturer of sunglasses and goggles. Als           07/13/09     06/17/10          $11,857          $11,857     20         545            $7,114
DATC     385    Smiths Layton Distribution: Food Distribution Center                       07/01/09     05/19/10           $5,471           $5,471     32         786            $3,282
DATC     854    Snowbasin: Ski area.                                                       08/17/09     12/31/09             $528             $528      2          44              $317
DATC     873    Software Life Cycle Environments, Inc.: Chapter S Corp doing Cons          02/09/10     06/29/10             $832             $832      1          28              $499
DATC     869    Sol-Sun Energy, Inc.: Developer of solar projects in the Western Uni       02/22/10     05/03/10             $699             $699      1          48              $419
DATC     395    Sorensen Companies: Utility Excavation, Communication, & Genera            11/24/09     11/24/09             $400             $400      1           3              $240
DATC     881    Stapp Construction, Inc.: Stapp Construction is a General and Sub C        02/22/10     05/03/10             $699             $699      1          51              $419
DATC     903    Sterling Quality Tire Factory: Tire sales and a complete auto repair f     06/07/10     06/16/10              $90              $90      1          16               $54
DATC     851    Summit Valley Equipment & Engineering, LLC: Design and engineer            09/08/09     11/24/09             $825             $825      1           9              $495
DATC     879    Syracuse Chiropractic and Health Center: Chiropractic and rehab se         04/17/10     06/27/10             $549             $549      1          27              $329
DATC     468    THB: Distributor of industrial fasteners.                                  06/14/10     06/18/10           $1,695           $1,695      1          40            $1,017
DATC     861    The Paint Bucket: Home remodels                                            11/09/09     11/11/09              $79              $79      1           6               $47
DATC     407    Tracys Repair Center: Automotive repair                                    07/06/09     09/25/09             $159             $159      2          20               $95
DATC     181    Trinity Highway Products: Supply all the metal products for highway        05/17/10     06/30/10             $248             $248      1          33              $149
DATC     321    United Team Mechanical: We provide complete HVAC (Heating,Ven              09/08/09     05/03/10          $22,627          $22,627     38        7,497          $13,575
DATC     862    Utah Chips Company: Potato chip company.                                   12/17/09     12/17/09             $300             $300      6          24              $180
DATC     901    Wasatch Trailer Sales: Trailer dealership, parts, sales and full servic    05/10/10     05/19/10             $360             $360      4          64              $216

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                                                                                                                                                  Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#   Company Name and Description                                          Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

DATC      331    Wee Care Pediatrics: Pediatric medical clinic. They are expanding b   09/15/09     04/20/10            $1,496          $1,496     13         203              $898
DATC      868    Westside Medical: Medical office.                                     01/14/10     06/24/10            $1,798          $1,798      2          72            $1,079
DATC      797    Young Pontiac Cadillac GMC: Car dealership                            08/03/09     11/18/09              $180            $180      2          32              $108
DATC      372    Zachry Construction: Company does industrial maintenance and are      07/15/09     05/05/10            $2,465          $2,465      8         439            $1,479
DATC      390    Zero Manufacturing, Inc.: Manufacturer and designer of aluminum c     12/14/09     05/12/10            $8,010          $8,010     10         104            $4,806
DATC     TOTAL                                                                                                       $344,142         $344,142    1,446     32,452        $206,479
DXATC    AJCON   A J Construction:                                                     05/13/10     05/13/10            $225             $225       1         9              $113
DXATC    AAADI   AAA Disaster Services:                                                04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    ACCUT   Access Utah Realty:                                                   09/22/09     09/22/09              $150            $150      1          6                 $75
DXATC    ACTAU   ACT Automotive:                                                       03/24/10     05/20/10              $501            $501      2         32                $251
DXATC    ADAMS   Adams Tile:                                                           04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    AHINS   AH Installs LLC:                                                      06/14/10     06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    ALLPU   All Purpose Windows & Doors:                                          04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    ALLTE   All Tech:                                                             04/12/10     04/12/10              $280            $280      1          8                $140
DXATC    AMBER   Amber Lyn Chocolates:                                                 01/20/10     02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200
DXATC    AMERI   American Family Insurance:                                            07/16/09     05/14/10              $489            $489      3         48                $245
DXATC    ARMH    Armstrong & Hyer:                                                     11/20/09     11/20/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC     ASH    Arnell Senior Health:                                                 01/29/10     01/29/10              $378            $378      2         48                $189
DXATC    ASHTO   Ashton General Contractors, Inc.:                                     04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    BAROB   BA Robinson & Sons Construction:                                      05/13/10     05/13/10              $225            $225      1          9                $113
DXATC    BACKT   Back to Perfection Flood and Fire:                                    04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    BACKY   Backyard BBQ:                                                         01/20/10     02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200
DXATC    BARTE   Barters Biz:                                                          01/20/10     02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200
DXATC    BASSE   Bassett Homes:                                                        06/14/10     06/14/10              $275            $275      1          8                $138
DXATC    BETTE   Better Professional Painting, Inc.:                                   04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    BETRO   Better Roofing Systems:                                               04/12/10     04/12/10              $280            $280      1          8                $140
DXATC    BBWDI   Blue Bunny/Wells Dairy Inc:                                           07/30/09     01/22/10          $29,482          $29,482     57        2,056          $14,741
DXATC     BBA    Boden Black Agency:                                                   01/29/10     01/29/10              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    BOYER   Boyer Agency:                                                         03/26/10     03/27/10              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    BRIAN   Brian Shaw Custom Floors:                                             04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    BURNI   Burningham Construction:                                              06/14/10     06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    CANYO Canyon Creek Kitchen & Bath:                                            04/12/10     05/13/10              $475            $475      2         17                $238
DXATC    CASTL   Castle Rock Insurance:                                                03/26/10     03/27/10              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    CHRIS   Christiansen Drywall, Inc.:                                           04/12/10     04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC    CHYCC   Cinnamon Hills Youth Crisis Center:                                   02/02/10     05/04/10              $825            $825      1         42                $413
DXATC    CLINT   Clints Carpets:                                                       06/14/10     06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    CLOST   Closet Creations:                                                     09/11/09     04/01/10            $2,100          $2,100      4         373            $1,050
DXATC    CORIN   Corinne Draper, LLC:                                                  05/13/10     05/16/10              $315            $315      1         22                $158
DXATC    DESDV   Desert Dove Tea Room:                                                 01/25/10     04/29/10              $240            $240                                  $120
DXATC    DESER   Desert Sky Distributors, Inc.:                                        01/20/10     02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200

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                                                                                                                                  Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                        Begin Date    End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

DXATC    DIXES    Dixie Escalante REA:                                08/27/09      08/27/09            $3,510          $3,510     39         312            $1,755
DXATC     DIXTI   Dixieland Tire Bluff:                               02/25/10      05/20/10            $1,066          $1,066      3         48                $533
DXATC    DUANE    DL Walker Carpets and Installation:                 06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC     DHA     Doug Hoyle Agency:                                  01/29/10      01/29/10              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    DREWS    Drews Quality Cabinets:                             10/01/09      05/13/10            $7,625          $7,625     23         860            $3,813
DXATC    DWIGH    Dwight C Tholen Construction:                       06/14/10      06/14/10              $275            $275      1          8                $138
DXATC    EDJOI    Edward Jones Investments:                           09/25/09      03/26/10              $789            $789      6         84                $395
DXATC     ESF     Eric Scott Financial:                               01/29/10      01/29/10              $378            $378      2         48                $189
DXATC    FESYS    Financial Educational Systems:                      07/16/09      07/17/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    FOOTT    Foot Traffic:                                       01/20/10      02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200
DXATC    FORBE    Forbes Distribution:                                09/23/09      09/24/09              $649            $649      1         14
DXATC    FORWE Forbes Welding & Fabrication:                          05/13/10      05/13/10              $225            $225      1          9                $113
DXATC    FOYPA    Foy Painting:                                       04/12/10      04/12/10              $280            $280      1          8                $140
DXATC    GARDB    Gardner Brothers Drilling:                          03/23/10      03/25/10              $480            $480      1         30                $240
DXATC     GOT     Genes OK Tires:                                     02/18/10      06/10/10            $2,001          $2,001      5         110            $1,001
DXATC    GIBSO    Gibsons Carpet Gallery:                             06/14/10      06/14/10              $275            $275      1          8                $138
DXATC    GLASS    Glass Doctor:                                       06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    GREG     Greg Alldredge:                                     07/16/09      07/17/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    GREGC    Gregco Supply Inc.:                                 06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    GSFLO    GS Floor Installation:                              06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300      1          8                $150
DXATC    GUARD    Guardian Life:                                      07/16/09      07/16/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    GUYSA    Guys Automaster:                                    03/24/10      05/20/10              $501            $501      1         16                $251
DXATC    HMFLC    H & M Fast Lube & Car Care:                         11/25/09      12/04/09            $1,500          $1,500      3         58                $750
DXATC    HABIT    Habitat for Humanity of Southwest Utah:             06/14/10      06/14/10              $275            $275      1          8                $138
DXATC    HAMBL    Hambleton Auto Service:                             03/24/10      05/20/10              $276            $276      1         16                $138
DXATC    HEAVE    Heavens Best Carpet Cleanin:                        01/20/10      02/17/10              $400            $400      1         15                $200
DXATC     HHC     Hildale Health Service Center:                      01/13/10      06/25/10          $12,125          $12,125     19        1,435           $6,063
DXATC    HINTO    Hinton Burdick CPA:                                 09/22/09      09/22/09              $150            $150      1          6                 $75
DXATC    HOLID    Holiday Inn Express:                                09/22/09      09/22/09              $300            $300      2         12                $150
DXATC    HUMME Hummels ADC:                                           02/18/10      06/10/10            $2,681          $2,681      4         95             $1,341
DXATC    HURRI    Hurricane Times:                                    09/22/09      09/22/09              $150            $150      1          6                 $75
DXATC    HURCH    Hurricane Valley Chamber of Commerce:               09/22/09      09/22/09              $450            $450                                  $225
DXATC     ING     ING Financial Partner - St. George:                 11/20/09      11/20/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC     IFPW    ING Financial Partner - Washington:                 11/20/09      11/20/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    INTER    Intermountain Healthcare:                           04/09/10      04/10/10              $200            $200      1         14                $100
DXATC      IRP    Interstate Rock Products, Inc.:                     03/12/10      03/13/10              $198            $198      2         32                 $99
DXATC    JEFFC    Jeff Chapman Construction:                          04/12/10      04/12/10              $250            $250      1          8                $125
DXATC     JKA     Jim Kendra Agency:                                  01/29/10      01/29/10              $189            $189      1         24                 $95
DXATC    JOEHI    Joseph E. Hansen Insurance:                         07/16/09      07/17/09              $189            $189      1         24                 $95


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Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                            Begin Date    End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount    Trainees   Training   Contribution

DXATC    JRELE    JR Electric:                                            04/12/10      04/12/10              $250            $250       1          8                $125
DXATC    JUMPS    Jumpstart Your Marketing:                               01/26/10      03/02/10              $170            $170       2         40                 $85
DXATC    JUSTI    Just Insure Me:                                         09/22/09      09/22/09              $150            $150       1          6                 $75
DXATC    KEYDE    Keystone Construction & Design:                         05/13/10      05/13/10              $225            $225       1          9                $113
DXATC    KEYST    Keystrokes:                                             01/20/10      02/17/10              $400            $400       1         15                $200
DXATC    LANGF    Langford Roofing, Inc.:                                 03/22/10      03/25/10              $958            $958       3         50                $479
DXATC      LG     Leavitt Group:                                          05/13/10      05/13/10              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    LEGAC    Legacy Financial:                                       07/16/09      07/16/09              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC     LIFET   Lifechange Therapy:                                     05/13/10      05/16/10              $315            $315       1         16                $158
DXATC    LVSWI    LV Swiss Precision:                                     01/18/10      02/17/10            $3,100          $3,100      13         260            $1,550
DXATC    MAMOR Major Mortgage:                                            09/18/09      09/18/09              $995            $995       1          8                $398
DXATC    MMPW     Mass Mutual Private Wealth:                             11/20/09      11/20/09              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    MCDON McDonald & Associates:                                     09/25/09      09/25/09              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    MIKEM    Mike Muffler and Custom Auto:                           02/25/10      02/26/10              $565            $565       1         16                $283
DXATC    MRKAR    Mr. Karpet:                                             09/18/09      09/18/09              $995            $995       1          8                $398
DXATC    NEILS    Neilson Automotive:                                     02/18/10      06/10/10              $900            $900       4         27                $450
DXATC    OLDAM    Old American:                                           07/16/09      07/17/09              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    ORGIL    Orgill Inc.:                                            02/02/10      05/04/10            $1,225          $1,225      16         74                $613
DXATC      PP     Pawn Plus:                                              02/02/10      05/04/10              $825            $825       1         42                $413
DXATC    PAXMA    Paxman Automotive:                                      02/25/10      05/20/10            $1,631          $1,631       6         112               $816
DXATC    PAXHC    Paxman Heating and Cooling, Inc.:                       03/23/10      03/25/10              $960            $960       2         60                $480
DXATC    PRIVT    Private Wealth Management:                              09/25/09      09/26/09              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    PROGL    Pro Glass & Paint, Inc.:                                05/13/10      05/13/10              $225            $225       1          9                $113
DXATC      QV     Quantum Vitality:                                       02/02/10      03/02/10               $85              $85      1         18                 $43
DXATC    RAINB    Rainbow International of Washington County:             04/12/10      04/12/10              $250            $250       1          8                $125
DXATC    RAMCO RAM Company:                                               07/01/09      06/01/10          $21,094          $21,094      136       1,832          $10,547
DXATC      RI     Rawl Insurance:                                         05/13/10      05/14/10              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    REDRO    Red Rock Garage:                                        06/10/10      06/10/10              $150            $150       1          4                 $75
DXATC    RIVAU    Riverside Automotive:                                   02/18/10      05/20/10            $1,666          $1,666       4         80                $833
DXATC    RIVER    Riverwoods Mill, Inc.:                                  07/01/09      06/01/10          $36,350          $36,350      37        1,267          $19,500
DXATC    ROSER    Rose Restoration, Inc.:                                 04/12/10      04/12/10              $280            $280       1          8                $140
DXATC    SERAG    Russell Serage Insurance:                               09/25/09      09/26/09              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    SSSTE    S & S Steel:                                            07/13/09      04/22/10          $18,933          $18,933      79        1,560           $9,467
DXATC    SCHOL    Scholzen Products Company:                              04/28/10      05/06/10              $184            $184       1          7                 $92
DXATC    SEEGM    Seegmiller Law:                                         09/18/09      09/18/09              $995            $995       1          8                $498
DXATC    SKFPO    SKF Polyseal:                                           01/13/10      06/29/10            $3,000          $3,000       4        1,260           $1,500
DXATC    SKYWE    Sky West Airlines:                                      08/01/09      06/30/10          $25,251          $25,251      269       5,085          $12,626
DXATC    SKYLI    Skyline Roofing:                                        03/23/10      03/25/10            $1,918          $1,918       5         140               $959
DXATC    SMART    Smart Enterprises:                                      03/23/10      04/12/10            $2,170          $2,170       5         128            $1,085


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Region     CI#    Company Name and Description               Begin Date    End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount    Trainees   Training   Contribution

DXATC    SOSST    SOS Staffing:                              04/16/10      05/05/10            $1,666          $1,666      20         100               $860
DXATC    FOOTA    South Main Surgery Center:                 04/12/10      05/15/10            $2,528          $2,528       9         162            $1,264
DXATC    SOUAU    Southern Utah Auto Tech:                   05/19/10      05/20/10              $276            $276       1          8                $138
DXATC    SUINS    Southern Utah Insurance:                   09/25/09      09/25/09              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    SWIME    Southwest Internal Medicine:               10/02/09      10/16/09            $1,050          $1,050      11         76                $525
DXATC    SPEED    Speed Lube:                                05/04/10      05/04/10              $450            $450       3         17                $225
DXATC    SGNOW St. George Now, LLC:                          09/18/09      09/18/09              $995            $995       1          8                $398
DXATC    STGSC    St. George Surgical Center:                09/22/09      09/22/09              $150            $150       1          6                 $75
DXATC    STGEO    St. George Transmission:                   03/24/10      05/20/10              $501            $501       2         32                $251
DXATC     SWA     Stephen Wade Auto:                         02/02/10      05/04/10              $825            $825       1         42                $413
DXATC    SUNCI    Sun City Glass:                            06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300       1          8                $150
DXATC    SUNRI    Sunrise Tire Inc.:                         05/04/10      05/04/10              $150            $150       1          6                 $75
DXATC    TECHO    Tech 1:                                    05/04/10      05/04/10              $150            $150       1          6                 $75
DXATC     TLA     Teresa Lees Agency:                        01/29/10      01/29/10              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    DRYWA The Drywall Shop:                             03/22/10      03/22/10            $3,585          $3,585      15         150            $1,793
DXATC    LEAVT    The Leavitt Group:                         09/25/09      09/25/09              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    SPECT    The Spectrum:                              09/22/09      09/22/09              $150            $150       1          6                 $75
DXATC    TIRET    The Tire Company Hurricane:                02/25/10      05/20/10            $1,631          $1,631       5         80                $816
DXATC    TIREP    The Tire Pros:                             05/04/10      05/04/10              $450            $450       1          6                $225
DXATC    TINKS    Tinks Superior Auto Parts:                 02/18/10      05/04/10            $3,760          $3,760       9         115            $1,880
DXATC    TOMLA    Tom Lamb Construction:                     04/12/10      04/12/10              $250            $250       1          8                $125
DXATC     TRICI   Tri City:                                  06/10/10      06/10/10              $450            $450       2          8                $225
DXATC    TUFFG    Tuff Greenhouse, LLC:                      03/09/10      03/09/10               $96              $96      2          8                 $48
DXATC    TUNEX    Tunex:                                     09/14/09      05/20/10            $5,336          $5,336       9         280            $2,668
DXATC    UCENT    Ucentive:                                  01/26/10      05/01/10              $200            $200       1         50                 $88
DXATC    ULTIM    Ultimate Construction Inc:                 06/14/10      06/14/10              $300            $300       1          8                $150
DXATC    VIRAC    Viracon:                                   01/05/10      04/30/10              $580            $580      42         154               $290
DXATC    WACH     Wachovia Securities:                       07/16/09      07/17/09              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    WALMA Wal-Mart Distribution:                        10/08/09      11/03/09            $1,200          $1,200      10         160               $600
DXATC      WF     Wells Fargo:                               01/29/10      01/29/10              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    WHITE    White Glove Home Improvements:             04/12/10      04/12/10              $280            $280       1          8                $140
DXATC     WAI     Whiteside Agency Inc.:                     01/29/10      01/29/10              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    WILDI    Wilding Wallbeds:                          11/02/09      12/16/09            $3,550          $3,550       9         88             $1,775
DXATC    WILSO    Wilson Electronics:                        01/26/10      04/29/10              $590            $590       4         112               $295
DXATC     WCF     Workers Compensation Fund:                 01/29/10      01/29/10              $150            $150       1         12                 $75
DXATC    WCTRA World Class Transformation:                   09/23/09      09/24/09            $1,300          $1,300       2         32                $325
DXATC    WORLD World Financial Group:                        03/26/10      03/27/10              $189            $189       1         24                 $95
DXATC    YORKP    Yorktown Company PC:                       01/26/10      04/29/10              $223            $223       1         38                $112
DXATC    ZIONS    Zions Motors:                              02/18/10      06/10/10            $2,716          $2,716       5         82             $1,358


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Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                                         Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

DXATC     TOTAL                                                                                                      $246,277         $246,277    1,022     20,754        $123,530
MATC     ABENE    Abe Neerings & Son Heating & Plumbing: Plumbing Contractor           09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260       1        81              $160
MATC      ABSLT   Absolute Air Heating & Air Conditioning Inc: HVAC company specia     01/19/10     02/02/10             $614             $614       2        36              $420
MATC      ADMIR   Admiral Plumbing Inc: Plumbing and heating company specializing      09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1        81              $160
MATC      AIRDE   Air Design Heating & Cooling: Apprenticeship - HVAC                  07/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1       162              $320
MATC     ALRDG    Allridge Plumbing: Plumbing contractor                               09/01/09     01/10/10             $520             $520       2       162              $320
MATC      ALPIN   Alpine School District: School District                              01/06/10     04/21/10             $260             $260       1        81              $160
MATC     AMENV    American Environmental: The company tests air quality for business   11/23/09     11/25/09           $2,825           $2,825      11       136            $1,575
MATC     AIMCO    AMICO: AMICO - Klemp is a metal fabricator and produces various      01/12/10     01/21/10             $645             $645      18       170              $395
MATC      AMPS    AMP Services, Inc: Electricl Contractor                              09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260       1        81              $160
MATC     ANCTY    Ancestry.com: family search co.                                      03/09/10     05/25/10             $679             $679       1        27              $398
MATC       APX    APX Alarm Security Solutions: They are a service company. They s     07/21/09     06/29/10           $4,975           $4,975      48       470            $3,125
MATC      ARIBX   Aribex: They manufacture hand-held battery-operated X-ray devices    05/19/10     06/30/10             $560             $560       8       169              $280
MATC     AUTOW    Auto Works Car Care: Automorive Repair                               02/01/10     03/05/10             $200             $200       1        36              $100
MATC     BNKAF    Bank of American Fork: Serves the banking needs of Salt Lake and     02/02/10     03/23/10           $5,894           $5,894      58       456            $3,789
MATC     BIGOO    Big O of Orem: Tire Store                                            09/14/09     09/17/09             $100             $100                                 $50
MATC     BGSKY    Big Sky Plumbing: plumbing contractor                                01/06/10     04/21/10             $520             $520       2        162             $320
MATC      BTEC    Blendtec: K-Tec is a manufacturing company of Blenders, Mixers, an   07/15/09     05/27/10          $23,844          $23,844     68        1,463         $16,510
MATC     BLULM    Blue Lemon: restaurant                                               01/19/10     02/02/10             $307             $307       1         18             $210
MATC     BMWPG    BMW of Pleasant Grove: Auto dealership                               10/05/09     11/06/09             $400             $400       3         24             $200
MATC     BSHPS    Bosch Packaging Services, Inc.: Encapsulation machine manufactu      01/11/10     01/13/10              $65              $65       1         24             $150
MATC     CLDRA    Caldera Engineering: Engineer, manufacture custom values of the m    09/01/09     01/08/10           $1,170           $1,170       2        117             $708
MATC      CANY    Canyon Electric Corporation: Electrical Contractor                   09/02/09     04/21/10             $780             $780       3        243             $480
MATC     CANYN    Canyon Park Management Company: Property management co               09/01/09     02/02/10             $567             $567       1        101             $370
MATC     CBANK    Central Bank: Financial Institution                                  07/13/09     11/02/09             $405             $405       1         16             $243
MATC     CEOBU    CEO Builder: Business Management Consulting                          02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199       1          8             $120
MATC      CHRIS   Chris` Plumbing: Plumbing Contractor                                 09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162             $320
MATC     CHRYS    Chrysalis: Provide services with developmental disabilities.         09/22/09     03/11/10             $775             $775      10         40             $675
MATC     CHWEL    CHW Electric: Electrical contractor                                  09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1         81             $160
MATC      CLEG1   Clegg All Auto: Auto Repair                                          09/14/09     09/17/09             $100             $100       1         16              $50
MATC     CLOSE    Close To My Heart: Design rubber stamps for scrapbooking plus pa     01/12/10     04/22/10             $727             $727       2         45             $540
MATC       CLCI   Clyde Companies Inc.: Clyde Companies Inc. - is the parent compan    09/02/09     06/10/10          $22,238          $22,138     220       1,536         $13,912
MATC       CEU    College of Eastern Utah - Custom Fit: Custom Fit Office at CEU       09/08/09     09/08/09              $75              $75       1          4              $96
MATC     COMFS    Comfort Systems USA: Plumbing Contractor                             09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260       1         81             $160
MATC     COMFO    Comfort Tech: HVAC company specializing in commerical and resid      02/17/10     02/17/10             $398             $398       2         16             $240
MATC        CT    Corda Technologies: Software Delevopment                             02/17/10     02/17/10             $398             $398       2         16             $240
MATC     CUTEL    Cutler Electric, Inc.: Electrical contractor                         09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162             $320
MATC     DHARS    D Harrison Construction: Contractor                                  09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1         81             $160
MATC      DIECU   Die Cuts with a View: Scraptbook, printing services                  10/15/09     06/17/10           $4,386           $4,386      13        204           $2,593
MATC       DTI    DTI: Publishing software development and fulfillment                 08/18/09     08/18/09             $368             $368       5         20             $240
MATC     ECHOL    Echols Electric: Electrical Contractor                               09/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162             $320
MATC     ECTRO    Electro Specialists, Inc.: Electrical contractor                     09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1         81             $160
MATC      EXCEL   Excel Electric, Inc.: Electrical Contractor                          09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162             $320

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Region     CI#      Company Name and Description                                                Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

MATC         FSS    First Support Solutions: Support Services of Utah Customer Service          01/06/10     05/25/10           $1,246           $1,246      3         131              $768
MATC     FLOWS      Flowserve: Flowserve has been in business for over 20 years. They           08/19/09     06/22/10           $9,567           $8,995     69         665            $6,634
MATC     FEBOD      For Every Body LLC: make & sell candles & bath & body                       12/15/09     04/15/10             $396             $396      4         104              $198
MATC     GMITC      Garrett Mitchell Electric, LLC: electrical contractor                       09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     GOLDT      Gold Tip: Manufacture graphite arrows                                       09/01/09     10/29/09             $788             $788      5          80              $465
MATC     HBPLM      H-B Plumbing-Heating, Inc.: Plumbing contractor                             09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     HEALE      Healey Plumbing: Plumbing Contractor                                        09/02/09     04/21/10             $780             $780      2         243              $480
MATC     HOLMS      Holmes Heating and Cooling, Inc: Residential HVAC installation and          09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     HORRO      Horrocks Engineers: The company provides quality engineering serv           11/11/09     06/21/10             $960             $960      6         288              $480
MATC     HUNTE      Hunt Electric: Electrical contractor                                        09/01/09     01/10/10             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC       IBELE    IB Electric: Electrical Contractor                                          06/04/10     06/11/10             $344             $355      3          48              $360
MATC        IMFT    IM Flash Technologies: IMFlash is a rapidly expanding computer ch           08/17/09     06/30/10          $20,843          $20,843     77         982           $13,130
MATC      INOUT     In and Out Emissions: Emiisions and Safety                                  02/01/10     05/07/10             $300             $300      2          52              $150
MATC      INDUS     Industrial Supply Company: The Company's fundamental commitme               11/19/09     01/20/10             $459             $459      5          28              $380
MATC      INRLT     Innerlight Worldwide, Inc.: Nutraceutical MLM                               09/22/09     12/10/09           $1,095           $1,095      1          34              $657
MATC     INTRW      Interwest Mechanical Contractors: Mechanical and maintenance su             01/18/10     05/28/10           $6,331           $6,331     24         327            $3,997
MATC      IDEAS     ISI Brands: a contract manufacturer of nutrional products. They cur         11/12/09     11/13/09             $557             $557     13         208              $558
MATC     JPNAS      Japanese Auto Service: Auto service company                                 01/19/10     02/02/10             $307             $307      1          20              $210
MATC        J991    Jiffy Lube - 991 S State: Oil and lube                                      11/02/09     02/04/10             $500             $500      3          88              $250
MATC       J2025    Jiffy Lube 2025: They perform oil changes.                                  09/14/09     10/08/09             $200             $200      1          36              $100
MATC       J2892    Jiffy Lube 2892: Oil Change Company                                         02/01/10     02/05/10             $100             $100      1          20               $50
MATC      JLUBE     Jiffy Lube- Lehi: lube franchise                                            11/02/09     01/08/10             $200             $200      1          36              $100
MATC     JORDN      Jordan School District: School District                                     09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     KLUNE      Klune Industries: Klune Industries is an aerospace industry manufac         09/02/09     04/15/10           $1,209           $1,209      5         350              $739
MATC     KTECH      K-Tech Plumbing: plumbing contractor                                        09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     LEARN      Learning Elevated: Provides Elearning in small doses.                       04/27/10     05/19/10              $75              $75      1          5                $38
MATC     VANTA      Legrand Home Systems: They develop commercial test and measur               09/09/09     11/11/09             $393             $393      1          24              $270
MATC        LIVIN   Liv International: Network marketing nutraceutical company                  01/20/10     04/30/10             $240             $240      1          72              $120
MATC     LONEP      Lone Peak Controls Inc: Electrical Contractor                               09/02/09     12/15/09             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC     LONGV      Longview: The company manufactures value-added corrugated and               04/19/10     04/20/10           $1,230           $1,230     41         164              $738
MATC      MAISE     Maintenance Services: Provides Maintenance for a local mobile hom           01/19/10     02/02/10             $307             $307      1          20              $210
MATC     MDWE       MDW Electric: Electrical Contractor                                         09/02/09     12/15/09             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC      MILLR     MillerWade: Since 1988, MillerWade has been providing access to th          12/11/09     12/11/09           $1,050           $1,050     12          48              $630
MATC      MITYL     MityLite: MityLite is a leader in the field of manufacturing light weight   03/30/10     06/15/10             $592             $592      1          35              $695
MATC      MITZE     Mitzeke: Public Speaking and Motivational presentations.                    02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199      1          8               $120
MATC     MONOV      Monavie: Nutraceutical juice MLM                                            08/25/09     10/27/09             $363             $363      1          21              $270
MATC     MRNDA      Morinda Holdings, Inc.: The company manufacturers and distributes           08/25/09     06/15/10           $8,504           $8,504     324        703            $5,950
MATC     MOREL      Morris Electric: Electrical contractor                                      09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC     MOVEN      Move Networks, Inc.: Software development--HD Streaming video               03/09/10     05/25/10             $679             $679      1          9               $398
MATC     MOWER      Mower Affiliates: Nutraceutical, and other                                  09/24/09     09/25/09           $1,490           $1,490     13          52              $894
MATC     MOXTK      Moxtek, Inc.: Develops and manufactures laboratory and analytical i         07/21/09     06/22/10           $5,776           $5,776     26         507            $4,340
MATC     MRNET      MRNetwork, LLC: online marketing resource                                   09/02/09     02/25/10           $1,794           $1,794      5         117            $1,326
MATC      MULTI     Multi Company Expenses: Use this as a repository to track Custom                                            $4,112           $4,112

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                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#     Company Name and Description                                             Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

MATC     MULTS    Multiserv: Mill service company                                          01/15/10     01/15/10             $250             $250       2         32              $150
MATC      INTEL   National Oilwell Varco: Wired Drill Pipe Technology                      08/25/09     03/16/10           $1,835           $1,835       3        126            $1,330
MATC     NATRE    Natures Sunshine: The company is a manufacturer and distributor o        07/21/09     02/21/10           $1,348           $1,348       7        101              $783
MATC     NATWY    Natures Way: The company is a manufacturer of herbal and health          08/25/09     06/22/10          $13,164          $13,149      63       1,009           $8,660
MATC     NSTLE    Nestle: The Nestle (Stouffer) plant in Springville prepares frozen din   09/09/09     06/28/10          $18,570          $18,570     133       1,730          $12,851
MATC     NETEK    Nettek Cabling: fiber optic cabling for business and personal homes      07/15/09     12/16/09             $480             $480       1        144              $240
MATC     NEWAY    Neways International: Neways is a herbal/ personal care products n       07/21/09     06/15/10           $6,863           $6,863      62        557            $5,538
MATC      ANICO   Nico`s Auto Sales: Sell used cars.                                       02/17/10     04/17/10              $80              $80       1         24               $40
MATC     NOVAT    Novatek: Research & Development Company                                  07/15/09     02/02/10             $467             $467       2         68              $290
MATC     NOVEL    Novell: Novell is an international computer software company             01/19/10     05/25/10           $1,125           $1,125       2        246              $621
MATC      OILNG   Oil-N-Go: Lube and Oil                                                   10/05/09     11/06/09             $300             $300       2         52              $150
MATC      PSCIP   Pacific States Cast Iron Pipe: They manufactaure cast iron pipe. Th      09/16/09     06/25/10           $6,410           $6,410      39        632            $5,052
MATC     PARAM    Paramount Plumbing: Plumbing Contractor                                  09/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162              $320
MATC     PEERS    Peerless Electric: Electrical contractor                                 09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1         81              $160
MATC     NUSKN    Pharmanex: The company is a leader in the personal care and herb         08/10/09     01/13/10             $656             $656       5        128              $640
MATC      PINNA   Pinnacle Security: They sell and install residential alarm systems.      07/14/09     05/19/10          $10,768          $10,768      52        932            $6,465
MATC      PJPLU   PJ Plumbing: Plumbing contractor                                         09/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162              $320
MATC      PLATP   Platinum Protection: Markets and sells reidential security systems.      03/02/10     04/20/10           $1,724           $1,724      18        216            $1,590
MATC     POWDR    Powder River: Company manufactures livestock handling equipmen           09/09/09     03/16/10           $1,279           $1,279       2         96            $1,080
MATC     POWRS    PowerStream Technology: Design power supplies and import/expor           08/24/09     08/27/09           $1,000           $1,000       1         28              $600
MATC       PPM    PPM Plumbing Heating & Cooling: Maintenance company specializi           09/14/09     09/21/09             $740             $740       2         40              $490
MATC     PRECA    Precision Assembly: Precision Assembly is a contract manufacturer        04/21/10     06/21/10              $80              $80       1         24               $40
MATC     PRESE    Precision Service: Heating & Air Conditioning                            01/19/10     02/02/10             $614             $614       2         40              $420
MATC     PRECP    Precorp: manufacture precision diamond cutting tools.                    09/08/09     11/10/09             $448             $448       2         24              $288
MATC     PROBT    Probst Electric: Electrical Contractor                                   09/01/09     04/21/10           $1,040           $1,040       4        324              $640
MATC     PROFE    Professional Heating and Air Conditioning: For 30 years they have b      09/14/09     04/21/10             $635             $635       2        101              $405
MATC     PROPL    Professional Plumbing Systems: Plumbing contractor                       09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260       1         81              $160
MATC     PROPO    Progressive Power Solutions: Electrical Contractor                       09/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162              $320
MATC     PROPA    ProPay: ProPay assists companies in maintaining salary information       10/21/09     05/19/10             $560             $560       5        168              $280
MATC     PROSP    Prosper Inc: Prosper, Inc. provides executive-level coaching and dis     09/02/09     11/18/09             $796             $510       1         36              $398
MATC     PRVMT    Provo Marriott: Provide lodging, restaurant, meeting room facilities f   09/22/09     11/10/09             $132             $132       1         33               $66
MATC     QUSTM    Quest Mechanical: Plumbing Contractor                                    09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260       1         81              $160
MATC      RJELE   R J Electric: Residential and Commercial work in Utah County             06/04/10     06/11/10             $458             $473       4         64              $480
MATC      RPHA    Real Plumbing, Heating & Air: Residential HVAC & Plumbing                01/19/10     02/02/10             $307             $307       1         20              $210
MATC      ROBO    Robotronics: manufacture, sell Safety Education robot products           10/01/09     12/10/09           $1,890           $1,890       2         45            $1,194
MATC      SALSB   Salisbury Plumbing, LLC: Plumbing contractor                             09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162              $320
MATC      SAPA    SAPA Industrial Extrusions: Aluminum extrusion process for auto an       07/17/09     01/12/10           $6,530           $6,530      52        516            $3,852
MATC     SLECT    Selectric LLC: Electrical contractor                                     09/01/09     01/10/10             $780             $780       3        243              $480
MATC      SERVI   Service Experts of Utah: HVAC company specializing in installation       09/14/09     09/21/09           $1,501           $1,501       4         64              $980
MATC     SHAKA    Shaka Braddahs, LLC: Electrical contractor                               01/06/10     04/21/10             $520             $520       2        162              $320
MATC     SHEPH    Shepherd & Measom Electric: For 14 years they have provided resid        01/06/10     04/21/10             $260             $260       1         81              $160
MATC      SLVRL   Silver Lake Electric: Electrical contractor                              01/10/10     04/21/10             $520             $520       2        162              $320
MATC     SIMCO    Simco Electric, Inc.: electricl contractor                               09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520       1        162              $320

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Region    CI#     Company Name and Description                                                 Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

MATC        SII   Smith Megadiamond: Smith Megadiamond manufactures synthetic d                08/19/09     06/30/10           $2,727           $2,727     48         568            $1,901
MATC     SOUTH    Southwind Electric: Electrical Contractor                                    09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     SPRKY    Sparky Boys Electric: Electrical contractor                                  09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     STAKE    Staker Parson Companies: Asphalt and paving company                          02/18/10     02/19/10           $2,606           $2,606     44         352            $2,040
MATC     STEVE    Steves Crest: Gasoline sales, convenience store, auto repair and im          09/14/09     10/08/09             $200             $200      1          36              $100
MATC     STRAT    Strategic Staffing: Staffing Company                                         01/06/10     04/21/10             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     SUPRA    SupraNaturals, LLC: The company is a contract manufacturing nutr             09/14/09     11/18/09           $2,077           $2,077     25         176            $1,382
MATC     TCTIR    T&C Tire Factory, Inc.: Retail tire store                                    09/14/09     01/08/10             $600             $600      3          80              $300
MATC     TAYLO    Taylor Electric: Electrical Contractor                                       09/02/09     12/15/09             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC      TBNM    TBN Management: Real estate Management and Property Mgt                      01/19/10     06/30/10           $1,282           $1,282      1         345              $641
MATC     TELOS    Telos Residential Treatment: Telos provides true individualized treat        07/08/09     07/08/09             $167             $167     28          28              $100
MATC     TEMKI    Temkin International: Plastic products, packaging                            08/18/09     12/22/09             $449             $449     12          39              $279
MATC     CANYO    The Canyons: Ski Resort & Lodging                                            02/11/10     06/15/10           $1,271           $1,271      2          47            $1,093
MATC      THEN    The Nurturing Place: Educationsl Support for the child bearing years         02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199      1           8              $120
MATC     TIMBR    Timberwood Construction: General Contractor                                  09/02/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     TIMPH    Timpanogos Regional Hospital H.C.A.: Health Care facility under the          03/09/10     05/25/10             $679             $679      1          30              $398
MATC     TITAN    Titan Mechanical Contractors, LLC: mechanical contractor                     09/01/09     01/10/10             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC      TOLD    Told Plumbing: Since 1994 they do commercial and residential plum            09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     TRIPH    Tri-Phase Electric: Since 1964 - Electric company specializing in com        09/02/09     06/11/10           $1,880           $1,884      6         575            $1,180
MATC       TTT    Triple T Heating and Cooling: Provides heating and cooling contract          08/18/09     05/11/10           $2,791           $2,791      7         478            $1,938
MATC     UNICT    Unicity International: Unicity International is a deistibutor for herbal a   07/21/09     05/25/10           $4,092           $4,092     31         280            $3,117
MATC     USSYN    US Synthetic: US Synthetic manufactures synthetic diamonds for us            03/17/10     05/19/10              $80              $80      2          25               $40
MATC     USANA    USANA Health Sciences:                                                       08/18/09     02/09/10             $332             $332      1          16              $192
MATC     UCCUR    Utah Community Credit Union - River Park: Credit Union                       10/13/09     02/09/10             $228             $228      1          12              $144
MATC      UVPN    Utah Valley Physicians Network: IPA of Independent physicians on U           08/31/09     03/27/10           $6,293           $4,238     42        1,146           $4,011
MATC     UTYAM    Utah Yamas Controls: Electrical contractor                                   09/01/09     01/10/10             $260             $260      1          81              $160
MATC     VNTPL    Venture Plumbing: Plumbing contractor                                        09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     WELCT    Walker Electric, Inc: Electrical contractor                                  09/01/09     01/10/10             $520             $520      2         162              $320
MATC     WARBT    Warburton`s, Inc.: roofing, siding contractor                                03/09/10     05/25/10               $1               $1      1           3               $50
MATC      WMH     Wasatch Mental Health: Provides mental health resouces for Wasat             11/11/09     06/30/10             $400             $400      3         120              $200
MATC     WAVET    Wavetronix: Founded in 2000, they create tools for intelligent transp        08/19/09     09/30/09           $6,188           $6,188      5          45            $3,712
MATC     WENCR    Wencor: Wencor/Kitco is a distributor, a FAA-approved manufacture            07/06/09     06/15/10          $69,800          $69,514     73        2,750          $42,739
MATC     WESTH    Western Heating & Air Conditioning: 12 Years Residential Heating a           09/01/09     04/21/10             $520             $520      1         162              $320
MATC     WSMEC    Western States Mechanical: Plumbing contractor                               09/02/09     12/15/09            $260             $260       1          81              $160
MATC      WILKI   Wilkinson Electric: Electrical Contractor                                    09/02/09     12/15/09            $520             $520       2         162              $320
MATC      WING    Wing Enterprises: They manufacture the Little Giant Ladder                   06/04/10     06/11/10            $115             $118       1          16              $120
MATC     XACTW    Xactware: Xactware is the leading provider of software tools, data a         02/25/10     02/25/10            $362             $362       1         300              $161
MATC     XANGO    XanGo: The company is a liquid nutritional supplement distributor w          09/09/09     03/25/10          $27,630          $27,630     104        998           $14,579
MATC      XCEL    Xcel: Electrical Contractor                                                  09/02/09     05/23/10            $780             $780       2         243              $480
MATC     YNGLV    Young Living Essential Oils: The company is a herbal manufacturing           08/27/09     04/22/10           $2,728           $2,728      9         246            $2,934
MATC     TOTAL                                                                                                               $385,224         $381,943    2,134     33,916        $245,828
OWATC     250     AAR Corp: AAR Corp is a warehousing company.                                 10/20/09     04/30/10            $892              $892      7        136             $613
OWATC     338     ABBCOSales Inc.:                                                             08/01/09     10/31/09            $326              $326      1         37             $212

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Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                             Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

OWATC    358    Advanced Paving: Advanced Paving is an asphalt paving company.           04/02/10     04/02/10             $164             $164      11         66              $322
OWATC    243    Aerospace Engineering: Aerospace Engineering provides engineerin         07/28/09     06/30/10          $29,700          $29,700      64       1,012          $19,305
OWATC     86    All Metals Fabrications: Metal fabrication shop                          02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199       1          8              $129
OWATC    119    Alphagraphics: Alphagraphics provides copy and design services.          10/27/09     10/27/09             $160             $160       3         15              $104
OWATC      6    Amcor Precast (Old Castle): Amcor Precast manufactures concrete          07/01/09     06/30/10           $3,398           $3,398      21        372            $2,956
OWATC    224    Amer Sports:                                                             09/16/09     06/30/10          $16,039          $16,039      72        824           $10,903
OWATC    367    American Monument: American Monument manufactures custom m               02/17/10     02/17/10             $162             $162       7         28              $124
OWATC     19    American Nutrition:                                                      03/24/10     06/30/10             $355             $355       1         19              $231
OWATC    144    ARW Engineering: Structural engineering firm.                            02/09/10     02/09/10              $95              $95       1          8               $64
OWATC      7    Autoliv Module Facility: The Module plant assembles the air bag com      07/01/09     06/30/10           $8,514           $8,514      31       1,521           $5,534
OWATC     29    Autoliv OTC: Autoliv manufactures automoblie airbag components.          05/01/10     06/30/10             $506             $506       3         90              $329
OWATC    184    Automotive Industrial & Supply: Automotive Industrial Supply is a pa     08/25/09     04/20/10             $480             $480       6         72              $603
OWATC    348    Axis One: Axis-One, Inc. provides a number of services to help pati      11/06/09     11/06/09              $39              $39       1          3               $23
OWATC     20    Barnes Aerospace: Manufacturer of precision aerospace parts.             07/01/09     06/30/10           $4,983           $4,983      20       1,022           $3,553
OWATC    342    Beehive Bail Bonds: Bail Bonding                                         09/04/09     09/04/09              $77              $77       1          3               $23
OWATC    372    Benjamin L. Garr, DMD: Benjamin L. Garr, DMD provides cosmetic           02/18/10     02/19/10              $95              $95       2         32               $62
OWATC     66    Big D Construction Corp: Big D Construction Corp provides comme          07/14/09     06/30/10           $1,660           $1,660       4        912            $1,079
OWATC    298    Blaine Larsen, Realtor: Blaine Larsen is a self-employed real estate     08/10/09     09/30/09             $495             $495       1        118              $322
OWATC     33    Boman Kemp: Boman Kemp is a fabricator and supplier of steel pro         07/01/09     06/30/10           $1,800           $1,800      19        168            $1,823
OWATC    373    Brandi Hammond, Realtor: Brandi Hammond is a self employed rea           04/14/10     04/16/10             $785             $785       1         24              $510
OWATC    341    Briskey Mechanical Inc: HVAC Contractor                                  09/09/09     06/30/10           $5,606           $5,606       9       2,234           $3,691
OWATC    256    C.E. Butters Construction: CE Butters is a commercial construction,      04/06/10     04/10/10           $5,500           $5,500      11        440            $3,575
OWATC    192    C.K. Construction: General Construction and steel erector                10/09/09     05/21/10           $6,125           $6,125      52        634            $4,234
OWATC    339    Cathy Jones Nails: Nail Salon                                            08/01/09     11/13/09             $357             $357       1         47              $232
OWATC     18    Cerro Wire and Cable: Cerro Wire manufactures building wire & cab        07/01/09     06/30/10           $5,599           $5,599      19        320            $4,231
OWATC    322    Chad T. Hull, II Realtor: Chad T. Hull is a real estate agent.           01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1        105              $322
OWATC      4    Chromalox: Chromalox manufactures industrial heaters.                    07/01/09     06/30/10          $10,275          $10,275     117       3,665           $9,498
OWATC    117    Coates Electric: Coates Electric is a commercial and industrial electr   08/18/09     06/19/10           $5,582           $5,582      50        676            $4,014
OWATC    108    Comfort Solutions: Comfort Solutions provides residential and comm       03/02/10     03/25/10           $1,243           $1,243       4         57              $910
OWATC    365    Convergys:                                                               02/05/10     02/05/10              $77              $77       6         18              $137
OWATC    336    Cornerstone Research Labs: Food Supplements                              07/01/09     06/24/10           $9,497           $9,497      29        470            $6,909
OWATC    368    Country Hills Eye Center: Country Hills Eye Center provides ophthal      02/09/10     02/17/10             $266             $266       1         32              $257
OWATC    376    Daniel S. Burdett, DDS: Daniel S. Burdett, DDS, is a dental office.      05/21/10     05/21/10             $295             $295       1          8              $192
OWATC    305    Edge Composites: manufacturer of composite bicycle products              01/05/10     01/05/10             $321             $321       9         45              $556
OWATC    121    Edge Products: Edge manufactures modules and programmers for             12/09/09     03/09/10             $741             $741      14        110              $975
OWATC     21    Elkay West Company: Elkay West manufactures stainless steel sink         07/01/09     06/30/10          $11,380          $11,380      20        948            $7,571
OWATC    102    Five 9s Communication: Telecommunications and database system            03/24/10     03/24/10              $28              $28       1          4               $45
OWATC      8    Fresenius Medical Care: Fresenius manufactures dialyzers.                07/01/09     06/30/10           $5,200           $5,200      44        705            $5,977
OWATC    374    Genco/Hershey Ogden: Genco/Hershey Ogden manufacturers and               06/29/10     08/10/10           $2,590           $2,590                               $1,684
OWATC     46    General Growth: General Growth owns and operates the Newgate M           03/05/10     03/05/10              $39              $39       1         3                $23
OWATC    223    GL Enterprises: Manufacturer of autobody hand tools--Injection mold      02/10/10     06/22/10             $647             $647      11        112              $897
OWATC    104    Great Salt Lake Minerals Corporation: Minining minerals and chemic       07/01/09     06/30/10          $14,663          $14,663      36       2,471           $9,531
OWATC     17    GSC Foundries: GSC manufactures precision castings.                      07/01/09     06/30/10          $28,967          $28,967     117       2,811          $20,275

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Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

OWATC    347    H C Brill:                                                                 10/06/09     10/27/09             $114             $114       4         32              $273
OWATC    240    Hadley Electric: Hadley Electric provides electrical contractor service    07/14/09     06/30/10             $810             $810       3        613              $527
OWATC    344    Halverson Mechanical: Halverson Mechanical provides plumbing an            09/01/09     05/03/10           $1,520           $1,520       3        540              $988
OWATC    116    Hardwire Electric Inc: Hardwire Electric Inc provides both commercia       07/14/09     06/30/10             $540             $540       1        348              $351
OWATC    356    Heidi Szerszen, Realtor: Heidi Szerszen is a self-employed real esta       01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1         98              $322
OWATC    239    Icon Health & Fitness: Manufacturer and distributor of exercise and        07/01/09     06/30/10             $974             $974       1        214              $633
OWATC     27    JBTC Technologies: Manufacturer of aircraft jetways.                       07/01/09     06/30/10             $272             $272       3         60              $177
OWATC      1    JD Machine: JD Machine is a machine shop that provides general m           07/01/09     06/30/10           $2,913           $2,913      15        237            $1,893
OWATC    293    Johnson Electric: Electrical contractor                                    07/01/09     06/30/10           $1,060           $1,060       1        245              $689
OWATC    188    JT3: JT3 is a private sub-contractor for Hill Air Force Base that prov     11/06/09     11/06/09              $39              $39       1          3               $23
OWATC    360    Kelly Cordova-Armer, Realtor: Kelly Cordova-Armer is a real estate a       01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1        105              $322
OWATC    155    Kimberly Clark: Kimberly Clark manufactures and markets disposab           10/01/09     06/30/10           $4,949           $4,949      89        712            $6,695
OWATC     65    Knight Electric Inc: Knight Electric Inc. is a commercial electrical con   07/10/09     06/30/10           $3,191           $3,191      10       1,548           $2,148
OWATC     32    LeanWerks: LeanWerks is an engineering/machining business.                 10/13/09     03/31/10          $11,107          $11,107      12        466            $7,303
OWATC    351    Leonardi Benefit Design, Inc.: Leonardi Benefit & Design provides he       10/27/09     10/27/09             $110             $110       2         10               $72
OWATC    233    Lofthouse Foods: Lofthouse Foods is part of the snack-food manufa          08/31/09     04/16/10           $7,546           $7,546      46       3,373           $7,045
OWATC    249    Lost in Stitches:                                                          01/12/10     05/26/10           $1,313           $1,313       1         76              $809
OWATC    297    Major Mortgage USA: Major Mortgage USA specializes in a wide va            09/04/09     09/04/09              $77              $77       2          6               $46
OWATC    295    Marc Collman, DDS: Marc Collman, DDS is a private practice denta           08/05/09     08/05/09             $170             $170       6         36              $117
OWATC     70    MarketStar: MarketStar provides innovative marketing services, train       08/17/09     06/30/10          $50,166          $50,166     111       1,746          $32,608
OWATC    208    MetalWest: MetalWest is a steel service center specializing in flat-ro     03/24/10     03/24/10              $28              $28       1          4               $45
OWATC    371    Mountain States L.P. Gas Co.:                                              03/24/10     03/26/10           $2,362           $2,362      11        264            $1,535
OWATC    350    Mountain Valley Mechanical: Mountain Valley Mechanical provides c          10/29/09     06/15/10             $600             $600       1         88              $390
OWATC    314    Multi Use Company Expenses: Use this as a repository to track Cus          02/08/10     06/30/10           $7,700           $7,700
OWATC    357    Nate Affleck, Realtor: Nate Affleck is a real estate agent.                01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1        105              $322
OWATC    232    North Star HVAC: North Star HVAC provides commercial and indus             07/14/09     06/30/10           $2,943           $2,870       5       1,431           $1,918
OWATC      9    Ogden Clinic: Ogden Clinic is a multi-specialty medical clinic.            04/13/10     05/05/10             $890             $890      25         51              $592
OWATC    299    Ogden/Weber Chamber of Commerce: Ogden/Weber Chamber of C                  08/13/09     08/13/09             $360             $360       6         21              $234
OWATC    369    Old Town Eden, LLC: Old Town Eden, LLC, provides commercial re             02/18/10     06/30/10             $215             $215       1          7              $139
OWATC    361    Otis Spunkmeyer:                                                           02/23/10     06/30/10          $50,053          $50,053      76       1,096          $32,535
OWATC    127    Overland West, Inc.: Overland West has been in business since the          09/16/09     09/16/09             $698             $698       2         16              $454
OWATC    103    Parker Hannifin Corporation: Parker manufactures fluid power cylind        07/01/09     06/30/10           $3,568           $3,568     103        249            $2,594
OWATC     35    Petersen Inc: Metal fabrication shop.                                      07/01/09     06/30/10          $16,559          $16,559      17        689           $11,106
OWATC    362    Red Apple Finance: Red Apple Finance provides accounting service           02/09/10     02/17/10             $266             $266       1         32              $257
OWATC    265    Richard Manufacturing: Richards Manufacturing is a vendor for the U        09/16/09     06/03/10           $4,698           $4,698      21        302            $3,054
OWATC     64    Richards Sheet Metal: Richards Sheet Metal is a precision metal fab        10/27/09     05/07/10           $2,257           $2,257      12         72            $1,467
OWATC    349    Rickenbacker s Bistro: Rickenbacker's Bistro is a restaurant and pro       10/27/09     06/30/10              $60              $60       1          5               $39
OWATC    337    Sandys Hair LLC:                                                           08/01/09     10/31/09             $326             $326       1         38              $212
OWATC    264    Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith: Schmitt, Griffiths, Smith provides business,    09/17/09     12/02/09             $243             $243       3         32              $257
OWATC     14    SetPoint Companies: SetPoint Companies designs and manufacture             08/11/09     06/30/10           $3,600           $3,600       8         64            $2,340
OWATC    363    Southern Classic Food Groups: Southern Classic Food Groups is a            02/23/10     02/23/10             $895             $895       1          8              $582
OWATC     48    Staker Parson Companies: Staker & Parson Companies is an aspha             12/01/09     06/30/10          $54,625          $54,625     229        990           $35,506
OWATC     37    Standard Examiner: Printing/publishing facility                            09/16/09     04/14/10           $1,124           $1,124      13        100            $1,096

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                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#     Company Name and Description                                             Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

OWATC     282     Surge Hydraulics: Industrial hydraulic equipment repair                  07/01/09     06/30/10           $1,022           $1,022       1        472              $664
OWATC     370     Systems Complete, Inc.: Systems Complete, Inc. provides HVAC Se          03/02/10     03/25/10             $425             $425       1         24              $228
OWATC     366     The Source: manufacturer of Irrigation Products.                         02/10/10     02/10/10              $51              $51       1          8               $64
OWATC     353     Timeless Medical Spa & Weight Loss: Timeless Medical Spa & Weig          10/27/09     02/10/10             $111             $111       1         13              $103
OWATC     355     Tommy Webber, Realtor: Tommy Webber is a self employed real es           01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1         84              $322
OWATC     359     Tori K. Woods, Realtor: Tori K. Edwards is a real estate agent.          01/11/10     03/31/10             $495             $495       1         91              $322
OWATC     171     Tricor Braun: Tricor Braun is a packaging and distribution manufact      07/01/09     06/30/10              $92              $92       1         16              $137
OWATC     318     Tyler C. Shaw, DDS: Tyler C. Shaw, DDS is a family dentist practice      02/18/10     05/04/10           $1,460           $1,460       6        144              $949
OWATC     345     US Foodservice: Food Distribution Center                                 03/10/10     06/16/10           $1,871           $1,871      13        104            $1,184
OWATC      34     Valley Glass: Valley Glass manufactures windows for residential and      03/24/10     03/24/10              $28              $28       1          4               $45
OWATC     300     Vickie Maughan, Realtor: Vickie Maughan is a self employed real es       08/10/09     10/31/09             $495             $495       1        120              $322
OWATC     158     Wadman Construction: General contractor                                  10/27/09     05/14/10           $1,944           $1,944      12        130            $1,264
OWATC     123     Western Coating: Western Coating manufactures epoxy-coated reba          03/18/10     03/30/10             $219             $219       2         32              $273
OWATC      3      Westinghouse Electric Company: Westinghouse Electric Company (           07/01/09     06/30/10          $50,346          $50,346     120       2,669          $34,962
OWATC     340     William Caldwell, Realtor: William Caldwell, is an independent self-e    08/10/09     10/31/09             $495             $495       1        120              $322
OWATC      53     Williams International: Williams International is a manufacturer of sm   12/14/09     12/14/09             $299             $299       1          6              $194
OWATC     106     Zions Bank:                                                              09/16/09     10/27/09             $556             $556       4         26              $361
OWATC    TOTAL                                                                                                           $489,246         $489,172    1,852     42,599        $335,985
Snow      369PR   369 Productions:                                                         03/12/10     03/13/10             $400            $400        1        13              $200
Snow      7JDIS   7 J Distributing and Vending: Vending                                    11/05/09     12/10/09             $192            $192        2        30               $96
Snow     ADJEN    A and D Jensen Contractors: heavy equipment contractors                  03/04/10     05/13/10           $1,547            $947        3        72              $473
Snow     AZGLA    A to Z Glass Inc: Glass installation shop (Auto, home and commerc        10/27/09     11/10/09             $395            $395        1        13              $200
Snow     ADVAC    Alan and Daryls Vacuum Truck Service:                                    11/05/09     12/10/09              $96              $96       1        15               $48
Snow     ALLEN    Allen Precision Machine: Machining and welding                           10/22/09     10/22/09              $50              $50       1         8               $25
Snow     ASPRA    Aspen Ranch: Residential Treatment Facility for Adolescents ages 1       09/09/09     05/26/10           $8,000           $3,480      69      1,134           $1,740
Snow     ARSER    Auto Repair Service: Automotive repair, radiator and lube                05/26/10     06/30/10             $595            $595        2        66              $298
Snow     BCOUT    Back Country Outfitters: horseback outfitters                            05/01/10     05/30/10             $350                        1        32
Snow     BBAKE    Badger Bake Shop: bake shop                                              07/16/09     09/24/09             $298             $298       1        33                $149
Snow     VAULT    Bank and Vault Gourmet Express Eatery: Gourmet Eatery                    05/26/10     06/30/10             $298             $298       1        33                $149
Snow     BARBJ    Barbara Jensen: not yet started                                          07/16/09     09/24/09             $298             $298       1        33                $149
Snow     BARCL    Barclay Mechanical Services of Utah, Inc.: Welding and fabrication.      06/14/10     06/18/10           $2,000                        2        80
Snow     BARNE    Barney Trucking: A commercial trucking company                           12/18/09     12/19/09             $693             $693       7       112                $347
Snow     BTRKG    Bastian Trucking Inc: trucking company                                   03/05/10     03/06/10             $198             $198       2        32                 $99
Snow     BEHAV    Behavior Health Associates of Utah: Counseling center                    05/26/10     06/30/10             $298             $298       1        33                $149
Snow     BLACK    Blackburn Plumbing: Plumbing business                                    05/12/10     06/02/10              $50              $50       1         2                 $25
Snow      BLIZA   Blue Lizard, LLC: Yard Care                                              07/16/09     09/24/09             $297             $297       1        33                $149
Snow      BRIAN   Brian Auto: Auto repair                                                  03/09/10     05/27/10           $1,615                        4        32
Snow     BRUSH    Brush Resources: beryllium mining operation                              05/05/10     05/27/10           $2,945           $2,945      45       584             $1,473
Snow     BULLH    Bullhead Sand & Gravel Inc:                                              03/12/10     03/13/10             $400             $400       1        13               $200
Snow     CARDW    Cardwell Distributing, Inc: petroleum fuel distribution company          03/08/10     03/08/10             $650             $480      10        15               $240
Snow     CEDAR    Cedar Ridge Properties LLC: real estate                                  10/27/09     03/03/10             $491             $491       1        28               $248
Snow     CUCOM    CentraCom Interactive: Communications provider                           01/28/10     01/28/10           $1,500           $1,500      20       110               $750
Snow     CVMEC    Central Valley Mechanical: Heating and air conditioning contractor       08/25/09     04/21/10           $5,570           $2,250      20       293             $1,113

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Region     CI#     Company Name and Description                                            Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

Snow     CARMS     Christensen Arms: Manufacture Custom Rifles                             06/15/10     06/16/10            $4,448          $4,458      5         80             $2,229
Snow     COATS     Coats Farms: farm                                                       11/05/09     12/10/09              $192            $192      2         30                $96
Snow     BESTR     Coldwell Banker Best Choice Realty:                                     10/27/09     11/10/09              $395            $395      1         13               $200
Snow     COLOR     Color Country Tires Inc DBA Big O: Tire retailer, lube oil change, au   10/09/10     10/10/10               $99            $100                                  $50
Snow     COTTO     Cottam Oil Company: Gas Station C-Store, Subway. And C-Store in         01/15/10     01/16/10               $99             $99      1          16               $50
Snow     COWCP     Cow Camp Catering: catering                                             10/27/09     11/10/09              $790            $790      2          25              $400
Snow     CSTRU     Crystal Springs Trucking:                                               11/05/09     12/10/09              $192            $192      2          30               $96
Snow     CTREY     CTR Eye Care: Eye care                                                  05/04/10     05/06/10              $200            $200      1          13              $100
Snow     CELEC     Custom Electrical Service: Electrical service                           08/27/09     05/30/10            $4,140          $2,492      2         240            $1,246
Snow     DBCHA     D and B Chapman Family LLC: 1894 Osborne Hotel                          10/27/09     11/10/09              $395            $395      1          13              $200
Snow     DSFAR     D and S Farms Inc:                                                      10/27/09     03/03/10              $491            $491      1          28              $248
Snow      DAISY    Daisy Dumpster LLC: Garbage collection                                  03/04/10     05/13/10              $347            $347      1          33              $173
Snow     DPHOT     David Ekins Photography: photography                                    01/14/10     02/11/10               $96             $96      1          15               $48
Snow      DSERI    Dead Serious LLC: yard care                                             07/16/09     09/24/09              $298            $298      1          33              $149
Snow     DELTC     Delta Chevron: service station                                          01/15/10     01/16/10               $99             $99      1          16               $50
Snow     DJMAN     DJ Management:                                                          02/03/10     03/03/10               $96             $96      1          15               $48
Snow     DMPTR     DMP Tree LLC: Trim, prune, remove and beautify trees.                   08/25/09     10/29/09              $989            $989      2          40              $495
Snow     DOLLY     Dolly Rocker Salon: Beauty Salon and Spa                                04/25/10     04/27/10            $2,025          $2,025      3          81            $1,013
Snow     DCHAR     DonChar Industries:                                                     02/03/10     03/03/10               $96             $96      1          15               $48
Snow     DTFEE     Double T Feed: Feed lot                                                 07/07/09     07/09/09              $800            $800      4          50              $400
Snow     DPETE     Douglas A Peterson DMD PC: dental office                                08/09/09     11/06/09            $3,575          $3,575      5          92            $1,788
Snow     DFLAG     Douglas Flagg:                                                          01/14/10     02/11/10               $96             $96      1          15               $48
Snow       DOYL    Doyles Deisel and Sons Inc: Cummins and International dealer and        12/18/09     12/19/09               $99             $99      1          16               $50
Snow     DURKE     Durke Gordon: Insurance and financial services                          09/01/09     06/30/10            $1,960          $1,140      2         300              $570
Snow     DUSTY     Dusty Allred Sheep: sheep company                                       02/03/10     03/03/10               $96             $96      1          15               $48
Snow     ELPTR     Elite Piano Tuning and Repair: Piano tuning business                    03/01/10     04/01/10              $950            $950      1         120              $475
Snow     EMMAS     Emmas Beauty Salon: Beauty shop                                         07/16/09     09/24/09              $298            $298      1          33              $149
Snow     EAUTO     Ephraim Auto: auto parts                                                10/27/09     11/10/09              $395            $395      1          13              $200
Snow     EXLSF     Expressway Lube Spanish Fork: Auto lube and inspection                  04/23/10     04/24/10              $198            $198      2          32               $99
Snow     EXPRE     Expressway Lube: Lube and Auto mechanics.                               01/15/10     01/16/10              $198            $198      2          32               $99
Snow     GARDE     Family Garden: vegetable garden to sell                                 05/26/10     06/30/10                              $298      1          33              $149
Snow      GIMPL    Gunnison Implement: Truck, car, and farm equipment repair               10/09/09     12/02/09           $1,948           $1,948      7         128              $974
Snow      HAMM     Hammon Livestock:                                                       02/03/10     03/03/10             $192             $192      2          30               $96
Snow     HARMO     Harmony Aromatherapy: Aromatherapy and massage therapy                  05/01/10     06/30/10             $750             $750      1          75              $375
Snow     HREAL     Heritage Realty Group:                                                  10/27/09     11/10/09             $395             $395      1          13              $200
Snow     HOLDD     Holden Dental Clinic: dental clinic                                     01/14/10     02/11/10             $192             $192      2          30               $96
Snow     HONDO     Hondoo River and Trails: Outdoor recreation, River and Trail guide.     03/22/10     03/27/10             $780             $650                                 $325
Snow     HORSC     HORSCO Inc:                                                             07/07/09     07/09/09             $400             $400     2           25              $200
Snow       HIRRI   Horseshoe Irrigation Co: irrigation company                             02/03/10     03/03/10             $192             $192     2           30               $96
Snow     MUSIC     House of Music: Music store                                             05/26/10     06/30/10             $298             $298     1           33              $149
Snow      I4MED    I Four Media LLC:                                                       03/10/10     04/07/10              $65              $65     1           15               $33
Snow        IPP    IPSC: Intermountain Power Plant                                         07/06/09     06/30/10          $68,573          $58,808     61        1,890          $29,404
Snow      JKDIE    J and K Diesel: 24 hour truck repair shop                               04/23/10     04/24/10             $198             $198     2           32               $99

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Region     CI#     Company Name and Description                                            Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

Snow     JACKS     Jackson Excavation Inc: Excavation--heavy equipment                     03/12/10     03/13/10             $400             $400      1         13               $200
Snow     JOEMB     Joe Meerkats Barbecue Paradise: café                                    03/04/10     05/13/10             $347             $347      1         33               $173
Snow     JHNSN     Johansen Construction: Construction                                     02/22/10     02/26/10           $7,500           $7,755     12         444            $3,878
Snow     JOHNF     Johnson Feedlot, Inc.: cattle feed lot                                  05/04/10     05/06/10             $200             $200      1         13               $100
Snow      JOINT    Joint Purchasing Account: This is the joint purchasing account for th   07/01/09     06/30/10           $2,772           $2,845                                   $0
Snow     JONES     Jones and DeMille Engineering: A full service engineering company       05/04/10     05/06/10           $4,290           $1,800     11         143              $900
Snow      KJPLH    K J Plumbing and Heating LLC: Plumbing and heating installation a       09/15/09     05/15/10           $1,936           $1,936      2         240              $968
Snow     KWHEL     Katerina Wheeler: Salon                                                 03/22/10     05/31/10             $450             $450      1          40              $225
Snow     KEELT     Keel Trucking: trucking co                                              01/14/10     02/11/10             $192             $192      2          30               $96
Snow     KLARS     Kurt Larsen Electric:                                                   10/27/09     11/10/09             $395             $395      1          13              $200
Snow     LANDS     Landnet Solutions: surveyor                                             07/16/09     09/24/09             $298             $298      1          33              $149
Snow      LINSM    Lins Marketplace: Grocery story and pharmacy                            09/08/09     10/06/09             $120             $120      3          15               $60
Snow      LIQUA    LiquaDry Inc.: quick-drying                                             07/07/09     07/09/09           $1,000           $1,000      5          63              $500
Snow       LIZZI   Lizzie and Charlies RVATV Park: RV/ATV Park                             03/04/10     05/13/10             $347             $347      1          33              $173
Snow     MLRAN     M L Ranch Great Basin Beef:                                             01/14/10     02/11/10              $96              $96      1          15               $48
Snow     MPLAC     Marinias Place: Avon representative                                     05/26/10     06/30/10             $298             $298      1          33              $149
Snow     MARKS     Marks Painting LLC: Painting contractor                                 10/16/09     10/16/09             $129             $129      1           6               $65
Snow     MASMA     Mason Machinery: Farm Equipment and Implement dealer.                   05/04/10     05/06/10           $2,765           $1,400      7          91              $700
Snow     MAYLE     Mayletts Home and Hardware: hardware store                              10/27/09     11/10/09             $395             $395      1          13              $200
Snow     MEDIC     Mediconnect: Medical record retreival company                           01/07/10     06/30/10           $7,014           $6,876     19         380            $3,507
Snow     MICHA     Michael Blair Enterprises: Carpet and upholstery cleaning, tile clean   02/18/10     02/20/10           $2,500           $2,500      2          40            $1,250
Snow     MBROS     Mickel Bros Sheep Co: sheep co                                          02/03/10     03/03/10              $96              $96      1          15               $48
Snow      MIKES    Mikes Auto Clinic: Auto and truck repair and towing service             10/09/09     10/10/09             $297             $300      2          32              $150
Snow     MCSPR     Mikes Custom Spraying LLC:                                              11/05/09     12/10/09             $192             $192      2          30               $96
Snow      MIKKE    Mikkelsen Construction:                                                 10/27/09     11/10/09             $395             $395      1          13              $200
Snow     MVLLL     Morgan Valley Lamb LLC: Sell retail and wholsale lambs, and cut an      07/07/09     07/09/09             $200             $200      1          13              $100
Snow     MEBW      Mother Earth Body Works: Massage Therapy                                10/06/09     02/16/10           $2,112           $2,112      1          93            $1,056
Snow     MTUFM     Mountain Utah Family Medicine: Family Medicine                          08/19/09     04/29/10           $2,217           $2,217      1         630            $1,109
Snow      MULTI    Multi Company Expenses: Use this as a repository to track Custom        07/01/09     06/30/10           $3,100             $900                                   $0
Snow      MYSTI    Mystic Hot Springs: hot springs resort                                  03/04/10     05/13/10             $347             $347      1          33              $173
Snow     NHEND     N Henderson Painting:                                                   01/14/10     02/11/10              $96              $96     1           15               $48
Snow     NOWER     Nowers Chevron: auto service station                                    10/09/09     10/10/09              $99              $99     1           16               $50
Snow     NRPJO     NRP Jones: Manufacturer of industrial, hydraulic and rotary hose        08/10/09     06/03/10          $16,994           $8,057     22         186            $4,028
Snow     OUTLO     Outlook Products: I Phone supplies                                      03/04/10     05/13/10             $347             $347     1           33              $173
Snow     OTBOX     Outside The Box:                                                        01/14/10     02/11/10              $96              $96     1           15               $48
Snow     PCART     P C Art and Frame:                                                      11/05/09     12/10/09              $96              $96     1           15               $48
Snow     PAPAM     Papa Murphys: Pizza place                                               08/07/09     02/01/10           $5,786           $3,995     5          272            $1,997
Snow     PEGGY     Peggy Layton Massage: Book authoring, publishing and sales. Mas         07/15/09     06/30/10           $8,265           $7,767      1         394            $3,886
Snow     PEPPE     Peppercorn Woodworks Inc.: Peppercorn Woodworks: builds custom          07/01/09     06/30/10           $1,300           $1,300      1          16              $650
Snow     PERSO     Personally Yours of Marysvale: Cabinet making                           07/14/09     08/06/09           $1,170           $1,170      2          72              $585
Snow     PHENX     Phoenix Systems LLC: manufacture brake tools                            03/12/10     06/14/10           $2,540           $4,300      3          89            $2,150
Snow     CASKE     Porter Gleave Pine Box Caskets: casket builder                          05/26/10     06/30/10             $298             $298      1          33              $149
Snow     PCARC     Precision Car Care: automotive service                                  01/15/10     01/16/10              $99              $99      1          16               $50

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Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                                           Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

Snow     QUANT    Quantum Ingenuities:                                                   10/27/09     11/10/09            $395             $395       1          13             $198
Snow     RANDY    Randys Engine and Machine Inc: Auto repair shop                        05/04/10     05/06/10            $200             $200       1          13             $100
Snow     RMEGE    RCF Inc.: Manufactures evaporative cooling systems both Nationally     07/07/09     07/09/09            $200             $200       1          13             $100
Snow     RDENT    RD Enterprises:                                                        11/05/09     12/10/09              $96              $96      1          15               $48
Snow      REDHI   Red Hills Truck and Auto: Truck and auto repair                        03/05/10     03/06/10              $99              $99      1          16               $50
Snow     RCHEE    Red Rock Cheese and Deli: cheese and deli shop                         01/14/10     02/11/10              $96              $96      1          15               $48
Snow     REMBR    Remember Your Memories: Scrapbook supplies company                     08/25/09     09/08/09            $395             $395       1          13             $195
Snow     RFARM    Riverside Farms: farm                                                  01/14/10     02/11/10            $192             $192       2          30               $96
Snow     RSTON    RiverStone Contractors Inc: plumbing and heating contractor            10/01/09     10/29/09            $199             $199       1          15             $100
Snow      RMWT    RMWT.LLC: Telecommunications also printing, copying, shipping, a       08/03/09     06/30/10           $7,825           $7,630      9         178            $3,813
Snow     ROCKH    Rockin H: Transportation                                               02/02/10     02/04/10           $2,310                       6         144
Snow     ROPER    Roper Lumber Co: lumber company                                        07/07/09     07/09/09            $200             $200       1          13              $100
Snow       ROSI   Rosie Marie Connor: Tea and herb shop                                  07/16/09     09/24/09            $298             $298       1          33              $149
Snow      S4FAR   S4 Farms: pig farm                                                     10/01/09     10/29/09            $199             $199       1          15              $100
Snow      SPEST   Safe Spray Pest Control: pest control company                          01/14/10     02/11/10            $192             $192       2          30               $96
Snow     SANDB    Sandstone Lotus Body Works: Massage therapy                            03/04/10     05/13/10            $347             $347       1          33              $173
Snow      SANST   Sanpete Steel: Steel fabrication for structional Steel and errection   07/06/09     07/10/09           $7,500           $7,500      6         234            $3,750
Snow      SLAYT   Scott Layton Plumbing: Plumbing service and repair                     10/21/09     03/03/10           $2,917           $2,917      1         129            $1,459
Snow     SROGR    Scott Rogers Inc:                                                      02/03/10     03/03/10              $96              $96      1          15               $48
Snow      SPETE   Scott W Peterson DMD PC: dental practice                               11/06/09     11/08/09           $2,985           $2,985      3          56            $1,493
Snow     SCOTT    Scotts Sporting Goods: sporting goods                                  03/04/10     05/13/10            $347             $347       1          33              $173
Snow     SEREN    Serenity Springs Assisted Living: Assisted Living home                 03/04/10     05/13/10            $747             $747       1          46              $373
Snow      SWIND   Sevier Wind: Wind energy                                               07/16/09     09/24/09            $298             $298       1          33              $149
Snow      SIGNA   Signature Real Estate Services: real estate                            07/07/09     12/10/09            $296             $296       1          28              $148
Snow      SISTE   Sisters Specialties:                                                   01/14/10     02/11/10            $192             $192       2          30               $96
Snow      SKYPH   Skyline Pharmacy: drug store                                           10/27/09     11/10/09            $790             $790       2          25              $400
Snow      SKYRE   Skyline Reclamation Inc:                                               10/27/09     11/10/09            $395             $395       1          13              $200
Snow     SOSDE    SOS Staffing Delta: employment service                                 07/07/09     02/11/10            $296             $296       1          28              $148
Snow      STALL   Stallings Sheet Metal: Fab Sheet Metal HVAC Fireplace Install and      08/25/09     04/25/10            $700
Snow      STVES   Steves Tire and Oil: tire and oil service center                       11/05/09     12/10/09            $384              $384     4           60              $192
Snow     SUFCO    SUFCO: Coal mining operation                                           08/25/09     06/22/10          $25,895          $15,495     40        1,704           $7,748
Snow      SELKR   Sunrise Elk Ranch: Elk ranch                                           02/03/10     03/03/10              $96              $96     1           15               $48
Snow     SWWTG    Sweetwater Gypsies LLC: Food Service business                          02/26/10     02/28/10            $825              $710     1           30              $355
Snow      TAURS   Taurus Plumbing and Excavating: Plumbing and Excavating compa          09/21/09     01/30/10           $2,520             $632     3          158              $316
Snow     LEMON    The Lemons Salon:                                                      11/05/09     12/10/09              $96              $96     1           15               $48
Snow      MATEL   The Manti Telephone Incorporated: Local telephone, cable, and inte     05/11/10     05/20/10           $2,180           $2,180     5           92            $1,090
Snow       TRC    Timberline Range Camps:                                                02/03/10     06/30/10           $2,537           $1,737     4          165              $869
Snow       TDS    Tire Distribution Systems: Tire distribution center                    01/15/10     01/16/10              $99              $99     1           16               $50
Snow      TDAUT   Tony and Daves Auto Center Inc: auto center                            01/15/10     01/16/10              $99              $99     1           16               $50
Snow     TOWNE    Towne Theatre Corp: Dutch oven catering                                10/27/09     11/10/09            $395              $395     1           13              $200
Snow      TRAVZ   Travz Tire and Repair:                                                 11/05/09     12/10/09            $192              $192     2           30               $96
Snow      TCPLH   Tri County Plumbing and Heating: plumbing and heating company          08/25/09     04/30/10            $948              $948     2          240              $474
Snow      LLLTR   Triple L Transport: A commercial trucking company                      12/18/09     12/19/09            $198              $198     2           32               $99

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                                                                                                                                                  Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#   Company Name and Description                                          Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

Snow     TWETI   Twelve Timbers: Wood Sign manufacturing.                              07/01/09     04/29/10          $37,000          $37,000     54         477           $18,500
Snow     UPSTD   UPS Tyler Dahl: Delivery service                                      03/05/10     03/06/10              $99              $99     1          16                $50
Snow     WALKR   Walker Custom Boots: Boot maker                                       09/26/09     09/29/09             $875             $875     1          32               $438
Snow     WARNE   Warner Motor: Auto Repair and Sales                                   01/05/10     01/20/10           $2,000           $2,000     4          64             $1,000
Snow     WEBCR   Web Creations: Web design                                             07/16/09     09/24/09             $298             $298     1          33               $149
Snow     WFOXT   White Fox Theatres: movie theatre                                     10/01/09     10/29/09             $199             $199     1          15               $100
Snow     WILLO   Willow Creek Inn:                                                     10/27/09     11/10/09           $1,185           $1,185     3          38               $600
Snow     ZUART   Zucchini Art: Art and hobby shop                                      07/16/09     09/24/09             $298             $298     1          33               $149
SNOW     TOTAL                                                                                                       $316,154         $259,789     643      14,897        $128,123
SWATC     483    A & F Electric: Electrical contractors                                08/24/09     12/03/09           $1,212           $1,212      2        123              $606
SWATC     670    A Passion For Painting / Victoria Lane:                               11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2         16              $240
SWATC      80    ACDC Electric: Residential electrical company.                        08/24/09     12/03/09           $6,480           $6,480     10        516            $3,240
SWATC     762    Advanced Custom Construction Inc:                                     06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290      1          9              $170
SWATC     654    Ag Reserves, Inc.:                                                    09/23/09     09/24/09           $1,298           $1,298      2         16              $650
SWATC      23    Agrinautics: Custom machining and molds (tooling).                    10/26/09     06/30/10           $2,773             $773      1         81              $386
SWATC     643    AK Studio and Design:                                                 08/07/09     08/07/09             $100             $100      2          2               $50
SWATC     659    All American Security:                                                09/28/09     03/22/10             $309             $309      1         28              $155
SWATC     733    All Star Water Treatment:                                             02/16/10     04/06/10             $707             $707      1         76              $353
SWATC     110    Allegiance Direct Bank: Bank: finance commercial insurance premiu     08/05/09     08/05/09             $250             $250     10         20              $125
SWATC      19    Allen Bratton Electric: Electrical Contractor.                        08/24/09     12/03/09             $606             $606      1         72              $303
SWATC      46    Alpine Consulting Associates LLC: Safety and environmental consu      01/20/10     04/07/10             $500             $500      1          9              $200
SWATC     682    Alvey Development:                                                    11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2         16              $240
SWATC     698    Alveys Bis & Spurs:                                                   11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1          8              $120
SWATC     706    Anna Oakden Photography:                                              11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1          8              $120
SWATC     764    Any Old Iron:                                                         06/17/10     06/17/10             $240             $240      1          9              $120
SWATC     665    Anytime Road Service:                                                 11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120      2         24               $60
SWATC     684    Artful Expressions Win Barney:                                        11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1          8              $120
SWATC     401    Ashdown Brothers Construction: Asphalt / Gravel                       06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290      1          9              $170
SWATC       2    At Home Technologies: Home technology integration - theatre, secu     10/19/09     01/18/10           $3,495           $3,495      5        130            $1,748
SWATC     689    Auntie Em Dolls:                                                      11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2         16              $240
SWATC      30    Baileys Auto: Auto shop/auto body.                                    04/16/10     04/17/10             $790             $790      2         26              $390
SWATC      57    Barney Bros Electric: Residential and Commerical Electrical Contrac   08/24/09     05/30/10           $3,262           $3,262      6        425            $1,631
SWATC      48    Beaver Valley Hospital: Health care services and long term care. Ap   08/06/09     05/03/10           $6,491           $6,491     30        442            $3,240
SWATC     257    Bella Beauty Supply & Salon: Beauty supply & salon.                   04/16/10     04/17/10             $395             $395      1         13              $195
SWATC     755    Ben Hulet Construction:                                               06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290      1          9              $170
SWATC     740    Best Life Chiropractic:                                               10/27/09     02/11/10             $300             $300      1          3              $150
SWATC      96    Biasi Automotive Diesel: Automotive repair service.                   11/11/09     06/10/10             $420             $420      3         56              $210
SWATC     660    Big O Tires:                                                          10/02/09     06/02/10             $750             $750      1        323              $375
SWATC     153    Big-D Specialities: Siding, gutter installation and supplier          06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290      1          9              $170
SWATC     653    BL Excavating, Inc.:                                                  10/21/09     06/21/10             $615             $615      2         12              $308
SWATC     776    Blake Realty:                                                         12/04/09     12/04/09             $225             $225      2          5              $113
SWATC      71    Blue Sage Frame Shop & Gallery: Custom picture framing and art g      01/20/10     04/07/10             $768             $768      2         61              $334
SWATC     446    Bradshaw Electric: Electrical contractor                              08/24/09     12/03/09           $1,212           $1,212      2        156              $606

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                                                                                                                                                 Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                          Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SWATC    648    Bruce Thompson Plumbing:                                              08/25/09     12/03/09              $300            $300       1         69              $150
SWATC    766    Bryce Canyon Towing:                                                  11/11/09     06/10/10              $720            $720       4         48              $360
SWATC    744    Bud Mahas Construction:                                               04/01/10     06/30/10              $233            $233       1         24              $116
SWATC    728    Caders Automotive:                                                    01/20/10     04/07/10              $500            $500       1         33              $200
SWATC    730    Cakes:                                                                01/20/10     04/07/10              $500            $500       1         18              $200
SWATC    646    Cedar Dermatology:                                                    08/05/09     08/05/09              $250            $250      10         20              $125
SWATC    769    Cedar Mountain Builders:                                              05/25/10     05/25/10              $200            $200       1          2              $100
SWATC    724    Cedar Superior Cleaning:                                              08/04/09     08/04/09              $170            $170       1          2               $85
SWATC    336    Cedar Valley Building & Renovation: Handyman and remodeling bus       06/14/10     06/14/10              $275            $275       1          9              $138
SWATC    687    Celebration Unlimited:                                                11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    671    Christopher Reeves Photography:                                       11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    477    Circle 4 Farms: Agriculture Business/Hog Production                   07/16/09     06/30/10            $7,111          $7,111     168        864            $3,556
SWATC    172    Clark Bradshaw Trucking, Inc.: Utah deliveries and Las Vegas, usua    08/24/09     12/02/09              $404            $404       1        186              $202
SWATC    437    Color Country Painting: Painting contractor                           06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290       1          9              $170
SWATC    680    Colston Enterprise:                                                   11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    625    Comfort Cor Mechanical Inc.: HVAC, Plbg, Radiant & Solar              06/02/10     06/02/10              $220            $220       3          7              $110
SWATC    504    Construction Steel Inc.:                                              05/03/10     05/10/10            $1,625          $1,625      18        324              $813
SWATC    658    Cross Fit Cedar City:                                                 08/08/09     02/17/10            $2,430          $2,430       2         44            $1,215
SWATC    663    CTV12 Corporation: Local television and communications station        08/24/09     06/30/10            $1,402          $1,402       1        374              $701
SWATC    137    D & D Electric: Electrical Contractor.                                08/24/09     12/03/09            $1,527          $1,527       3        105              $764
SWATC     67    Dailey Builders Inc: Residential construction.                        08/17/09     10/09/09              $730            $730       2         15              $365
SWATC    688    Darwins Art in Wood:                                                  11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    721    Dauntless Studios:                                                    11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    124    DeMille Electric: Electrical Contractor                               06/17/10     06/17/10              $240            $240       1          9              $120
SWATC     94    Dennco Plumbing: Plumbing contractor.                                 08/25/09     12/03/09              $376            $376       1         78              $188
SWATC    667    Desert Pines:                                                         11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120       2         24               $60
SWATC    695    DeZion Gallery:                                                       11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    757    Didier Construction Inc.:                                             06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290       1          9              $170
SWATC    701    Dixie Doodle Bug Art:                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09              $400            $400       2         16              $240
SWATC    765    Don Cox Construction:                                                 05/13/10     05/13/10              $275            $275       1          9              $138
SWATC    742    Dover Telecommunications Service:                                     03/15/10     05/26/10              $287            $287       1         39              $143
SWATC    502    Dr. Robin Haight DDS: Dental Office                                   07/15/09     10/21/09              $275            $275       3          5              $138
SWATC    760    Dual-A Construction:                                                  06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290       1          9              $170
SWATC    777    E Alan Stewart:                                                       11/04/09     11/04/09              $113            $113       1          2               $56
SWATC    280    Eagle Ridge Floor & Window: Retail floor and window covering prov     06/17/10     06/17/10              $240            $240       1          9              $120
SWATC    674    Eberhard Studio:                                                      11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    328    Emerald Pointe Assisted Living: Assisted living complex               12/14/09     06/23/10              $310            $310       8         51              $155
SWATC    734    Enoch Motorsports:                                                    02/22/10     05/11/10              $604            $604       1        114              $465
SWATC    664    Ernestos Auto Service:                                                11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120       1         12               $60
SWATC    738    Export Computer Exchange:                                             02/09/10     06/30/10              $392            $392       1         56              $196
SWATC    722    Fac Images:                                                           11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200       1          8              $120
SWATC    179    Farmers Insurance: Auto, home, life insurance, securities, and more   09/08/09     04/14/10            $1,600          $1,600       1         52              $800
SWATC    697    Ferrari Art:                                                          11/14/09     11/14/09              $400            $400       2         16              $240

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                                                                                                                                                    Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#   Company Name and Description                                             Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SWATC    752    Finishing Touches Hardwood Flooring Inc.:                                06/14/10     06/14/10             $250             $250      1           9              $125
SWATC    343    Flooring 4 Less Furniture 4 Less: Flooring and furniture retail sales.   10/20/09     10/20/09             $200             $200      2           4              $100
SWATC    720    Formations:                                                              11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    719    Frontier Movie Town:                                                     11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    638    Garfield Memorial Hospital:                                              07/28/09     05/06/10           $4,215           $4,215     30         845            $2,107
SWATC    224    Genpak: Manufacturer of Polystyrene containers                                                           $5,784           $5,784     11         312            $2,892
SWATC    677    Greg Deluca Photographer:                                                11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2          16              $240
SWATC    709    Grow Designs:                                                            11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    652    GT Builders:                                                             09/04/09     06/17/10             $390             $390      2          11              $220
SWATC    681    Gurr Plastering:                                                         11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    736    Handyman Dan:                                                            02/11/10     05/07/10             $177             $177      1         117              $183
SWATC    33     Harmony Builders: Construction company - specializing in construct       08/24/09     06/25/10           $1,006           $1,006      1         216              $503
SWATC    696    Harris Art:                                                              11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    705    Heart Jewells:                                                           11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    558    Hero Plumbing:                                                           08/25/09     12/02/09           $1,112           $1,112      2         150              $556
SWATC    750    High Country Fuel:                                                       04/16/10     04/17/10             $395             $395      1          13              $195
SWATC    718    Holly Hughes Fine Art:                                                   11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    686    Hunt 4 Art:                                                              11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    715    iDesign:                                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    685    Images Bg Duke:                                                          11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    761    Imperial Window & Door:                                                  06/17/10     06/17/10             $240             $240      1           9              $120
SWATC    723    Impressions Art Gallery:                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    513    Inxterior Painting & Dry Wall:                                           04/28/10     06/17/10             $920             $920      4          29              $485
SWATC    661    IPS:                                                                     10/26/09     10/26/09           $2,500           $2,500      9         144            $1,250
SWATC    607    Iron County Nursing Home:                                                08/25/09     06/25/10           $3,198           $3,198     18         373            $1,599
SWATC    656    Iron County Youth Center:                                                09/01/09     10/01/09             $352             $352      1          30              $176
SWATC    312    Jackson Plumbing & Heating: Plumbing & heating service and contr         08/25/09     06/17/10           $1,344           $1,344      4         158              $672
SWATC    264    Jake Hulet Construction: Construction company                            06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290      1           9              $170
SWATC    676    Jane Jennings Art:                                                       11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2          16              $240
SWATC    726    JEM Property Management & Sales LLC:                                     12/21/09     04/28/10           $1,523           $1,523      3          63              $619
SWATC    679    Jennifer Colby Photography:                                              11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    727    JK Services:                                                             01/20/10     04/07/10             $500             $500      1           9              $200
SWATC    699    John A Carlisle Photography:                                             11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    690    Joshua Baird Studio:                                                     11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    692    Judys Original Artwork:                                                  11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    683    Julie Rogers Art:                                                        11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2          16              $240
SWATC    673    K. Bennion Arts:                                                         11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    711    Kami Taylor Art:                                                         11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400      2          16              $240
SWATC    355    Kane County Hospital: Health Care Facility                               10/26/09     06/11/10           $4,152           $4,152     20         215            $2,076
SWATC    678    Keller Sculptures:                                                       11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200      1           8              $120
SWATC    749    Kens Gun Works:                                                          04/16/10     04/17/10             $395             $395      1          13              $195
SWATC    642    Kiss Marketing:                                                          07/15/09     09/01/09              $70              $70      1          24               $35
SWATC     52    Kolob Regional Care and Rehab: Long term care and rehab facility.        07/17/09     05/21/10          $11,076          $11,076     49         777            $5,538

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                                                                                                                                                  Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#    Company Name and Description                                          Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SWATC     655    Kyler Kohler Ostermiller & Sorensen, LLP: Attorney/ Legal             08/05/09     08/05/09              $500            $500     4            8              $250
SWATC     138    L & H Electric: Electrical contractor.                                08/24/09     12/03/09            $1,923          $1,923     3          198              $962
SWATC     702    LC Signs:                                                             11/14/09     11/14/09              $400            $400     2           16              $240
SWATC     631    Lewis Barney Anesthesia:                                              07/02/09     07/02/09              $100            $100     2            2               $50
SWATC     773    Local Book Publishing, Inc:                                           04/09/10     04/09/10            $8,000          $8,000     4          160            $4,000
SWATC      4     Marshall and Evans Electric: Electrical contractor.                   08/24/09     12/03/09            $1,512          $1,512     3          183              $756
SWATC     530    McMullin Orchards: Fruit Farming                                      08/25/09     12/30/09              $879            $879     1          333              $439
SWATC      29    MCO Tire: Tire and auto repair shop.                                  11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120     2           16               $60
SWATC     142    Melling Granite & More: Manufacture and install granite countertops   06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290     1            9              $170
SWATC     714    Merrill Academy of Fine Arts:                                         11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200     1            8              $120
SWATC      6     Metalcraft Technologies: Aerospace and aviation- manufacturing, pr    09/01/09     06/30/10            $3,256          $3,256     33        1,466           $1,628
SWATC     532    Midtown Tire & Auto:                                                  11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120     3           36               $60
SWATC     739    Mikes Tire & Oil:                                                     11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120     2           16               $60
SWATC     707    Miksully, Ink.:                                                       11/14/09     11/14/09              $400            $400     2           16              $240
SWATC     639    Milford Memorial Hospital:                                            02/10/10     05/05/10              $415            $415     3           63              $208
SWATC     770    Mountain Motor Sports:                                                05/11/10     06/02/10            $1,300          $1,300     1           13              $650
SWATC    MULTI   Multi Company Expenses: Use this as a repository to track Custom                                       $8,891          $8,891                                 $109
SWATC     759    Northfork Drywall:                                                    06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290      1           9              $170
SWATC     772    Nuriche, LLC:                                                         12/15/09     06/30/10            $4,075          $4,075      7          66            $2,038
SWATC     731    One Chiropractic PC:                                                  01/20/10     04/07/10              $790            $790      2          21              $345
SWATC     732    Outdoor Concepts, LLC:                                                01/20/10     04/07/10              $500            $500      1          12              $200
SWATC     704    Painted Sky Studio:                                                   11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200      1           8              $120
SWATC     716    Pearl Studios:                                                        11/14/09     11/14/09              $400            $400      2          16              $240
SWATC     668    Platinum Construction & Development:                                  02/08/10     06/30/10            $1,800          $1,800      1          27            $1,300
SWATC      64    Playtime RV and Trailer Sales: Sales of new and used RV's, provide    09/08/09     06/30/10            $1,581          $1,581      2         283              $791
SWATC      41    Premier Dental: Full service dental office.                           07/27/09     04/29/10            $3,897          $3,897     14         665            $1,948
SWATC     775    Premier Pediatrics:                                                   03/01/10     06/15/10            $1,675          $1,675      1          17              $838
SWATC     276    Pura Vida College of Massage: Massage therapy school & massage        04/16/10     04/17/10              $395            $395      1           9              $195
SWATC     691    Radiant Illustration:                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200      1           8              $120
SWATC      73    Rainbow Sign & Design: Interior décor sign mfc.                       09/15/09     10/19/09              $399            $399      1          27              $200
SWATC     774    RCS Rocket Motor Components Inc:                                      08/01/09     06/22/10              $500            $500      1           5              $250
SWATC     747    Red Rock Kids Club:                                                   09/18/09     09/18/09               $75             $75      1           7               $38
SWATC     354    Reese Automotive: Automotive/Diesel repair                            03/24/10     05/20/10              $276            $276      1          12              $138
SWATC     737    RMS Construction:                                                     02/09/10     05/04/10              $912            $912      1         117              $456
SWATC     745    Roberts Bro Dairy:                                                    04/04/10     06/02/10            $3,826          $3,826      4         260            $1,905
SWATC     118    Rogers Sinclair: Auto repair company                                  11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120      1          12               $60
SWATC      51    Rolling Rubber: Auto Repair                                           11/11/09     06/09/10              $120            $120      1          12               $60
SWATC     713    Room For What Matters:                                                11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200      1           8              $120
SWATC     708    Royal Impressions:                                                    11/14/09     11/14/09              $200            $200      1           8              $120
SWATC     528    Rubys Inn: Hotel, lodge and restaurant at the entrance of Bryce Can   02/09/10     03/23/10              $436            $436      2          57              $218
SWATC     756    Salvation Builders Inc.:                                              06/17/10     06/17/10              $290            $290      1           9              $170
SWATC     754    Samco Building:                                                       06/17/10     06/17/10              $240            $240      1           9              $120
SWATC     768    Savior Homes:                                                         03/30/10     03/30/10              $150            $150      1           1               $75

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                                                                                                                                                Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region    CI#    Company Name and Description                                        Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SWATC     637    SB Concrete:                                                        07/06/09     12/15/09             $300             $300       1          3              $150
SWATC     735    Serguei Azarov:                                                     01/20/10     04/07/10             $500             $500       1         33              $200
SWATC     666    Sherratt Superior Service:                                          11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120       1         12               $60
SWATC     712    Skegro Art Studio:                                                  11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     669    Southern Utah News:                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     703    Spendlove Studios:                                                  11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400       2         16              $240
SWATC     767    Staheli Farms:                                                      03/25/10     03/25/10             $150             $150       1          2               $75
SWATC     109    Stampin Up: Manufacture rubber stamps for scrapbooking, art, etc.   11/11/09     06/30/10          $49,119          $49,119      12        201           $24,559
SWATC     725    Star Truk Enterprises:                                              08/07/09     08/07/09             $250             $250       2          5              $125
SWATC     771    Steffensen Construction:                                            02/23/10     02/23/10             $250             $250       1          3              $125
SWATC     710    SWATC Auto:                                                         11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120       2         24               $60
SWATC     746    TA Truck Stop Travel Center:                                        04/01/10     05/20/10             $168             $168       1         53               $84
SWATC     743    Taylorized Computer Service:                                        02/12/10     02/12/10             $100             $100       2          2               $50
SWATC     753    Techforce Computer Services:                                        04/13/10     06/01/10             $443             $443       1         52              $221
SWATC     615    Technology Rx Inc: Marketing                                        10/20/09     06/30/10           $1,800           $1,800       1         27            $1,300
SWATC     644    Telton Hall Investment Advisor Rep.:                                08/05/09     08/05/09             $250             $250       4          8              $125
SWATC     758    TG Cabinets LLC:                                                    06/17/10     06/17/10             $290             $290       1          9              $170
SWATC     217    The Tire Company: Tire Sales                                        11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120       3         36               $60
SWATC     262    Tinks Superior Auto Parts: Auto parts retail/wholesale              11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120       3         36               $60
SWATC     123    Total Electric: Electrical Contractor                               08/24/09     12/03/09             $606             $606       1         78              $303
SWATC     645    Tree Trans: Transplants Trees                                       12/16/09     12/23/09             $260             $260       1          3              $130
SWATC     647    Tri County Plumbing & Heating:                                      08/25/09     12/03/09             $856             $856       2        144              $428
SWATC      55    Tunex: Auto Repair                                                  11/11/09     06/09/10             $120             $120       2         24               $60
SWATC     729    Urieco Construction, Inc.:                                          01/20/10     04/07/10             $500             $500       1         30              $200
SWATC     748    Utah Independent Bank:                                              04/16/10     04/17/10             $395             $395       1         13              $195
SWATC     556    Utah South Real Estate and Appraisal: Real estate and appraisals    08/11/09     08/11/09             $100             $100       1          1               $50
SWATC     121    Valley View Medical Center: Hospital/health care.                   07/07/09     06/21/10          $10,823          $10,823     177       1,418           $5,391
SWATC     763    Vasquez Enterprise:                                                 04/28/10     06/30/10             $339             $339       1         27              $170
SWATC     693    Vermilion Shadow:                                                   11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     717    Volunteer Center of Kane Co.:                                       11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     694    Vulpus Farm:                                                        11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400       2         16              $240
SWATC     675    Watercolor Art:                                                     11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     700    Western Shades Art:                                                 11/14/09     11/14/09             $400             $400       2         16              $240
SWATC     657    Western Wings Aviation:                                             09/15/09     11/19/09             $165             $165       1         51               $83
SWATC     751    White Insurance Agency:                                             04/16/10     04/17/10             $395             $395       1         13              $195
SWATC     672    Witten Studio:                                                      11/14/09     11/14/09             $200             $200       1          8              $120
SWATC     485    Zion Plumbing & Heating: Plumbing and heating contractors.          08/25/09     06/17/10           $1,705           $1,705       5        216              $878
SWATC    TOTAL                                                                                                     $232,920         $230,920     912      16,038        $113,292
SLCC     036AC   Activation Energy, LLC: Energy                                      10/01/09     12/10/09            $995             $995       1         30              $498
SLCC     078AD   Advance Manufacturing Technology: Discrete contract machining of    04/08/10     05/19/10           $6,700           $6,700     10        192            $3,350
SLCC     105AD   Advanced Precision Mfg: Precision sheet metal fabrication           11/11/09     11/13/09           $3,000           $3,000      5        100            $1,500
SLCC     045AG   Agile Supply Chain Strategies: Supply Chain Software                11/12/09     11/12/09            $340             $340       2         14              $170
SLCC     080AK   AK&R Whipple Plumbing, Inc.: Plumbing                               04/23/10     05/01/10           $3,025           $3,025      7        140            $1,513

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                                                                                                                                                        Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                                               Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SLCC     055AL    Alder Sales Corporation: Construction                                      02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199       1          8              $100
SLCC     046AE    Applied Geotechnical Engineering Consultants, Inc.:                        01/08/10     03/05/10           $4,500           $4,500      19        426            $2,250
SLCC     080AS    Aspen Countertops: Manufacturing countertops.                              08/06/09     08/06/09             $325             $325       1          8              $163
SLCC     086AT    ATS Industrial Supply Inc: Industrial Supplies                             06/01/10     06/24/10           $2,025           $2,025      12         84            $1,013
SLCC     074BA    Backcountry.com: e-commerce                                                08/12/09     06/25/10          $15,573          $15,573      66        873            $7,787
SLCC     008BA    Bard Access Systems: Bard is a research & development company              03/29/10     05/27/10          $10,555          $10,555      21        306            $5,278
SLCC     057BL    Black Diamond Equipment, LTD: Manufactures outdoor recreationa             04/01/10     06/25/10           $1,814           $1,814       2        144              $907
SLCC     032BL    Blue Chip Group: Food storage                                              09/08/09     11/17/09           $1,015           $1,015       3         58              $508
SLCC     083BS    BSD Medical Corp: Medical Devices                                          06/15/10     06/29/10             $171             $171       1          8               $86
SLCC     052BU    Business Mom Mentor LLC: Professional organizer                            02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199       1          8              $100
SLCC     108CM    C Martin Company: C Martin Company supplies Base Support servi             07/01/09     10/01/09           $8,945           $8,945      23        652            $4,473
SLCC     044CT    Caffall Tile & Supply:                                                     11/12/09     11/17/09           $2,035           $2,035      14        260            $1,018
SLCC     059CD    Cardwell Distributing:                                                     03/08/10     03/08/10             $850             $850      37         67              $425
SLCC     036CA    Carlisle-Syntec: Carlisle has led the single-ply industry for over 40 ye   07/01/09     02/25/10           $3,611           $3,611       4        220            $1,813
SLCC     048CS    Cavanagh Services Group, Inc.: Waste management                            01/25/10     01/27/10             $270             $270       2         12              $135
SLCC     079CB    CBI Security: Security and EMT Basic                                       08/24/09     11/17/09           $2,729           $2,729       2        240            $1,343
SLCC     048CE    Central Refrigerated Services: For-hire trucking/transportation comp       07/01/09     07/22/09             $956             $956      12        192              $688
SLCC     088CH    Christensen Industries Inc: Aeropsace manufacturing-metal work             06/21/10     06/25/10           $1,695           $1,695       1         40              $848
SLCC     097CL    Cleanroom Automation Consulting: Cleanroom materials handling              08/06/09     08/06/09             $325             $325       1          8              $163
SLCC     071CL    Clearlink: Technolology driven local marketing                             04/27/10     04/28/10           $2,100           $2,100      21        164            $1,050
SLCC     087CO    Cogent Health: Billing & collections for pharmacies for claims related     10/07/09     04/21/10           $2,894           $2,894       6        704            $1,447
SLCC     037CF    Complex Fabricators: Machine company                                       10/05/09     11/18/09           $1,000           $1,000       2         32              $500
SLCC     009CO    Cookietree Bakeries: Cookietree Bakeries is a world-class manufact         08/26/09     04/20/10           $4,937           $4,937       6        151            $2,469
SLCC     043CO    Core-Mark International, Inc.: Food Distribution                           12/01/09     05/27/10           $5,080           $5,080      15        384            $2,540
SLCC     075DA    Dannon: Manufacture yogurt. Do everything from receiving raw milk          11/17/09     06/03/10          $14,940          $14,940     147        952            $7,470
SLCC     051DB    Deep Blue Sky: Reseller. Manufacturer's Rep for Sisco Systems              02/09/10     04/20/10             $695             $695       1         44              $348
SLCC     058EC    Echelon Biosciences, Inc.:                                                 03/15/10     05/06/10           $3,255           $3,255       8        330            $1,628
SLCC     073ED    Edwards Lifesciences: Medical device manufacturing.                        08/06/09     06/30/10          $16,586          $16,586      59        486            $8,293
SLCC      040EI   EIMCO Water Technologies: Engineering                                      11/12/09     11/12/09              $69              $69       1          3               $35
SLCC     077EM    EM-Assist, Inc.: Government's trusted partner for environmental pro        09/09/09     05/01/10           $1,851           $1,851      21        112              $926
SLCC     069EV    Evolution Managed Solutions, LLC: IT consulting                            04/22/10     05/20/10             $225             $225       3         12              $113
SLCC     085GE    General Communications, Inc.: Audio/viceo integration company              04/27/10     04/27/10             $375             $375       5         20              $188
SLCC     026GP    GPS Corporate Foreign Exchange: Foreign Exchange                           10/01/09     12/10/09           $2,785           $2,785       3         72            $1,393
SLCC     005HA    Harman Music Group: Harman Music Group designs , manufacture               10/27/09     12/17/09          $12,850          $12,850      18        272            $6,425
SLCC     082HO    Holiday Inn Express: Hotels                                                04/27/10     04/27/10              $75              $75       1          4               $38
SLCC     066HE    Honeywell Electronics Materials:                                           04/22/10     05/20/10             $499             $499       1         40              $250
SLCC     081HO    Horizon Snack Foods: Snack Foods                                           08/06/09     08/06/09           $1,120           $1,120       4         32              $560
SLCC      027IC   ICU Medical, Inc: APICS                                                    10/26/09     01/14/10          $39,279          $39,279      33       1,062          $19,640
SLCC      063IK   IKANO:                                                                     03/30/10     03/31/10           $1,300           $1,300       2         32              $650
SLCC      061IC   IntegraCore, LLC: Outsource partner                                        03/11/10     06/30/10           $6,700           $6,700      84        564            $3,350
SLCC      084IT   ITT Corporation: Aerospace composites manufacturer                         06/10/10     06/25/10           $2,000           $2,000      28        112            $1,000
SLCC     030JO    Job Industrial Services, Inc.: Engineering Design Firm                     10/20/09     10/22/09           $3,485           $3,485       4         96            $1,743
SLCC     081JW    JW Howard, Inc.:                                                           05/06/10     05/20/10           $1,000           $1,000       2         18              $500

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                                                                                                                                                          Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                                                 Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SLCC     042KA    Kaddas Enterprises, Inc.: Plastics manufacturing.                            11/12/09     11/12/09             $170             $170      1           7               $85
SLCC     047LA    Larry H. Miller Sports & Entertainment Grp: Sports and Entertainme           02/09/10     04/20/10             $695             $695      1          44              $348
SLCC     077LA    Lastar, Inc.: Manufactures custom cables.                                    05/11/10     06/29/10           $1,172           $1,172      6          75              $586
SLCC     067LN    Leucadia National Corporation:                                               04/07/10     06/03/10           $1,315           $1,315      3          44              $705
SLCC     064LU    Lumenis, Inc: Medical Devices                                                06/15/10     06/29/10           $1,539           $1,539      9          68              $770
SLCC     104MA    Maximum Machine: Machine Shop                                                07/28/09     07/30/09           $1,045           $1,045      1           8              $523
SLCC      068MI   Maxtec. Inc.: Oxygen products                                                06/08/10     06/10/10           $3,450           $3,450      6         144            $1,725
SLCC     072MC    McNeil Engineering, Inc.: Engineering firm.                                  04/27/10     05/22/10           $2,675           $2,675      4         116            $1,338
SLCC     025MO    Moog Medical Devices Group: Medical devices                                  10/01/09     04/29/10           $2,872           $2,872      4         162            $1,436
SLCC     027MO    Morton Salt: Morton Salt is an American tradition, with roots that da        10/07/09     11/04/09             $998             $998      2          80              $499
SLCC     085NF    National Filter Media:                                                       06/22/10     06/22/10           $1,500           $1,500      8          32              $750
SLCC     031NE    Nelson Laboratories: Nelson Labs tests medical devices, pharmacu             11/12/09     06/29/10           $5,109           $5,109     20         317            $2,555
SLCC     034OC    O.C. Tanner: Manufacturing/Incentives                                        10/01/09     12/10/09           $1,890           $1,890      2          45              $945
SLCC     060OO    Ogden Orthotics & Prosthetics, Inc.: Orthotics and Prosthetics               02/19/10     02/20/10             $650             $650      2          32              $325
SLCC     083OT    Otto Bock Healthcare: Manufacturing prosthetic/mobility devices              08/06/09     05/05/10           $2,040           $2,040      4          32            $1,020
SLCC     076OU    Outback Machine: Lathe and mill                                              08/18/09     08/27/09             $450             $450      1          16              $225
SLCC     021OV    Overstock.com: Overstock .com, Inc.is an online "closeout" retailer o        07/01/09     06/18/10          $13,783          $13,783     46        1,172           $6,892
SLCC     074PV    Parvus: Engineering                                                          04/26/10     04/30/10           $7,500           $7,500      4         168            $3,750
SLCC     053QS    QSI Corporation: Technology                                                  02/17/10     02/17/10             $398             $398      2          16              $199
SLCC     075QW    Qwest: Telecommunications                                                    09/16/09     09/16/09           $4,537           $4,537     13         117            $2,269
SLCC      084RI   Rio Tinto: Mining, metals.                                                   05/11/10     05/12/10           $1,300           $1,300      2          32              $650
SLCC     038RM    Rocky Mountain Air Systems: Heating & Air Conditioning                       11/06/09     11/20/09             $600             $600      2          48              $300
SLCC     035RM    Rocky Mountain Recycling, LLC: processing of recycable materials             10/07/09     04/21/10             $998             $998      2          80              $499
SLCC     004SC    Schiff Nutrition International: Schiff Nutrition International, Inc. devel   11/04/09     05/21/10          $27,925          $27,925     55         880           $13,963
SLCC     107SE    Sephora UDC: Cosmetic distributor                                            07/14/09     07/16/09             $135             $135      1           6               $68
SLCC      056SI   Simplure LLC: Power Quality                                                  02/17/10     02/17/10             $199             $199      1           8              $100
SLCC     050SK    SKF Polyseal, Inc.: Molding device                                           02/09/10     04/20/10           $1,390           $1,390      2          80              $695
SLCC     033SO    Sorenson BioScience, Inc.: Manufactures disposable plastic biologic          10/09/09     10/09/09             $366             $366      8          32              $183
SLCC     022ST    StampinUP: Stampin’ Up!, one of the nation’s leading manufacturer            10/01/09     05/14/10           $1,494           $1,494      2          64              $747
SLCC     109SU    Sun Products Corporation: Detergents and cleaning products                   07/27/09     04/02/10          $27,740          $27,740     73        2,592          $13,870
SLCC     029SU    Supergen, Inc.: Pharma research and development                              09/24/09     12/08/09           $1,959           $1,959      2          92              $980
SLCC     078SU    Superior Grinding & Sales, Inc.: Machining (precision grinding)              05/03/10     06/28/10           $3,000           $3,000      5          72            $1,500
SLCC     076SY    Synergy Staffing Partners, LLC: Staffing Agency.                             04/27/10     04/27/10              $75              $75      1           4               $38
SLCC     039TD    T.D. Williamson, Inc./Magpie:                                                10/26/09     06/28/10             $919             $919      1          48              $460
SLCC     027CR    The Cre8tiv Group: Marketing                                                 10/01/09     12/10/09             $995             $995      1          24              $498
SLCC     080UL    Ultradent Products Inc:                                                      10/07/09     10/08/09           $6,100           $6,100     14         224            $3,050
SLCC     024US    USANA Health Sciences: USANA Health Sciences, Inc. engages in                10/02/09     05/21/10          $17,654          $17,654     35         672            $8,827
SLCC     065UT    Utility Trailer Sales: Semi trailer sales& repair                            03/22/10     04/12/10           $4,000           $4,000     18         288            $2,000
SLCC     041VA    Varian Medical Systems:                                                      11/13/09     04/23/10          $30,840          $30,840     34         636           $15,420
SLCC     062WA    Watson Laboratories, Inc.:                                                   10/01/09     12/04/09           $8,625           $8,625     15         402            $4,313
SLCC     062WE    WesTech: Westech founded in 1972 operates as an S-Corp. Comp                 01/28/10     06/17/10          $14,550          $14,550     72         512            $7,275
SLCC     054WH    Whats Working Well? LLC: HR support                                          02/17/10     06/26/10           $1,949           $1,949      1          29              $975
SLCC     049WI    Williamsen Manufacturing, Inc.: Truck bodies                                 02/17/10     05/05/10           $3,025           $3,025     12         342            $1,513

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                                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#    Company Name and Description                                             Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

SLCC     075WO    Working Natures, LLC.: Environmental Consulting                          05/11/10     05/12/10             $650             $650     1          16              $325
SLCC     092WO    World Heart, Corporation: Medical Devices                                06/14/10     06/25/10          $18,685          $18,685     7          216            $9,343
SLCC      010ZI   Zions First National Bank: Zions First National Bank is a subsidiary     07/22/09     03/23/10           $7,500           $7,500     48         392            $3,750
SLCC     TOTAL                                                                                                           $433,412         $433,412    1,277     20,272        $216,948
TATC      ATI10   ATI: Magnesium Processing                                                03/25/10     04/20/10          $12,339          $12,339      26       512            $9,970
TATC     CMART    C Martin Company: dugway maintenance                                     04/22/10     05/27/10           $9,744           $9,458      19       258            $4,730
TATC     CARSY    Carlisle-Syntec: Roofing Manufacturer/Installer                          01/14/10     10/05/10          $18,539          $18,539      27       676            $9,270
TATC     DETRO    Detroit Diesel: Management, Magnetic Particles, Man U perhaps            04/22/10     05/20/10             $499             $499       1        40              $250
TATC     HP001    Hunter Panels: Division of Carlisle-Syntec                               03/18/10     03/18/10             $575             $575       5        20              $288
TATC     INTER    Intermountain Staffing Services: Temporary Staffing                      06/09/10     06/09/10           $1,265           $1,265       9        72              $633
TATC     JCABS    Jacobs Technology: Defense Technology                                    04/22/10     05/20/10           $3,000           $3,000       6       240            $1,500
TATC     MORSA    Morton Salt: Manufacturing Salt                                          03/29/10     05/21/10           $9,280           $9,280      26       592            $4,025
TATC     SPINE    Spine and Posture Rehabilitation of Tooele: Local Chiropractor           04/22/10     05/20/10             $499             $499       1        40              $250
TATC      VISIO   Tooele Vision Center: Optometrist                                        04/22/10     05/27/10             $675             $499       1        44              $250
TATC     URS01    URS: Chemical Disposal at Deseret Chemical Depot                         05/17/10     05/20/10           $7,575           $7,854       7       280            $3,927
TATC     TOTAL                                                                                                            $63,990          $63,807     128       2,774          $35,093
UBATC      15     AMERICAN GILSONITE: GILSONITE MINING PROCESSING                          12/29/09     01/22/10           $7,215           $7,215      83        764            $3,608
UBATC      23     ANADARKO: Oil and Gas Production Company                                 07/22/09     05/14/10          $15,020          $15,020     169       1,016           $7,546
UBATC      14     ASHLEY REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER: HEALTH CARE PROVID                       08/08/09     04/28/10          $24,989          $24,989     229       2,049          $12,495
UBATC      52     B & C QUICK TEST, INC.: OILFIELD SERVICES (BOP TESTING)                  04/30/10     05/12/10             $420             $420       6         60              $210
UBATC       7     BILL BARRETT CORPORATION: GAS AND OIL EXPLORATION A                      10/15/09     04/06/10           $2,345           $2,345      30        168            $1,173
UBATC      19     BJ SERVICES: PRESSURE PUMPING OILFIELD SERVICES                          08/08/09     05/28/10          $18,190          $18,190      60       1,184           $8,546
UBATC       2     BURDICK PAVING: ASPHALT PAVING COMPANY SPECIALIZING                      12/21/09     12/22/09           $2,475           $2,475      33        264            $1,238
UBATC      49     C & S TRUCKING INC: TRUCKING COMPANY SPECIALIZING IN                     04/16/10     04/23/10           $1,050           $1,050      10        100              $525
UBATC      42     CARDWELL DISTRIBUTING INC: PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTOR                         03/15/10     03/15/10             $760             $760       4         7               $380
UBATC      20     CENTRAL HYDRAULIC INC.: OIL FIELD SERVICE - PUMP REPAI                   08/12/09     04/20/10           $1,600           $1,600       9         47              $800
UBATC      51     CHRISTOFFERSON WELDING INC: OILFIELD WELDING COMPA                       04/23/10     04/29/10           $7,030           $7,030      23        404            $3,516
UBATC       5     COMPRESSOR SYSTEMS INC.: SALE AND REPAIR AND RENTA                       08/13/09     03/12/10           $5,630           $5,630      24        352            $2,815
UBATC      11     CRAIGS ROUSTABOUT: OILFIELD SERVICE COMPANY - ROUST                      08/05/09     04/30/10           $8,995           $8,995      64        677            $4,488
UBATC      31     FRONTIER DRILLING: DRILLING COMPANY                                      01/11/10     04/21/10           $8,670           $8,670      29        540            $4,335
UBATC      38     GARYS INSULATION INC.: SERVICE COMPANY PROVIDES INSU                     02/16/10     06/10/10           $1,660           $1,660      12        134              $830
UBATC      29     GREG MCKENZIE TRUCKING: PRIMARILY OIL FIELD WATER TR                     02/17/10     04/23/10           $1,495           $1,495      10        162              $748
UBATC      46     GS Electric Inc.: Electric work for oil companies, some residential wo   04/17/10     05/06/10          $11,550          $11,550      21        840            $5,775
UBATC      39     HAGMAN ENTERPRISE INC: MOVING DRILLING RIGS TO OIL LO                    02/10/10     02/12/10             $795             $795       3         78              $398
UBATC      53     HOWCROFT FIELD SERVICES: OILFIELD EQUIPMENT REPAIRS                      04/22/10     05/13/10           $1,880           $1,880      14        190              $940
UBATC      43     L & L MOTOR COMPANY: CAR DEALERSHIP AND MECHANIC S                       02/16/10     02/19/10             $205             $205       2         32              $103
UBATC      50     LAROSE WELDING INC.: WELDING AND ROUST-ABOUT SERVIC                      04/17/10     05/08/10           $6,000           $6,000      10        370            $3,000
UBATC      34     MOUNTAIN WEST OIL FIELD SERVICE & SUPPLIES: RENT HOU                     03/06/10     04/28/10           $3,010           $3,010      26        200            $1,505
UBATC      16     NABORS WELL SERVICES COMPANY: PROVIDE WELL-SITE SE                       07/22/09     05/07/10           $9,100           $9,100      45        944            $4,550
UBATC      25     NEWFIELD PRODUCTION COMPANY: OIL AND GAS EXPLORAT                        08/03/09     01/27/10          $34,535          $34,535     321       2,208          $17,272
UBATC      41     PALMERS AMERICAN CAR CARE CENTER: MECHANIC AND TIR                       02/16/10     02/19/10             $205             $205       2         32              $103
UBATC      37     PONDEROSA OIL FIELD SERVICE INC.: ROUST-ABOUT SERVIC                     04/09/10     05/07/10           $1,120           $1,120      16        160              $560
UBATC      22     QUESTAR EXPLORATION & PRODUCTION: OIL AND GAS DRILL                      09/30/09     05/19/10           $8,575           $8,575      67        860            $4,211

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                                                                                                                                      Undup      # Hrs      Company
Region     CI#   Company Name and Description                              Begin Date   End Date   Obligated Amount   Spent Amount   Trainees   Training   Contribution

UBATC      26    QUESTAR GAS MANAGEMENT: GATHERING AND PROCESSING          09/14/09     05/19/10          $13,415          $13,415     58        1,020           $6,673
UBATC       4    ROCKY MOUNTAIN WELDING SERVICES INC: NEW CONSTRUC         07/16/09     06/04/10           $5,375           $5,375     35         600            $2,688
UBATC       6    RT OILFIELD SERVICE INC: ROUSTEABOUT WORK IN OILFIELD     03/23/10     03/23/10           $1,950           $1,950     13         130              $975
UBATC      10    RW JONES TRUCKING COMPANY: HEAVY HAULING TRANSPO          09/01/09     05/04/10           $4,900           $4,900     39         476            $2,450
UBATC      24    SAVAGE SERVICES CORPORATION: TRANSPORTATION AND M         08/13/09     02/02/10          $22,490          $22,490     93        1,804          $11,245
UBATC      12    SIMPLOT PHOSPHATES, LLC: PHOSPHATE MINE                   08/03/09     04/22/10          $25,204          $25,204     46        1,064          $12,602
UBATC       8    STRATA NETWORKS: TELECOMMUNICATIONS                       07/29/09     01/14/10           $5,560           $5,560     53         292            $2,780
UBATC      47    STUBBS & STUBBS INC.: OIL FIELD CONSTRUCTION - BUILD RO   04/17/10     05/07/10           $3,010           $3,010     22         388            $1,505
UBATC      45    TARGET TRUCKING: OILFIELD LIQUID HAULING COMPANY          04/16/10     05/07/10             $210             $210      3          30              $105
UBATC      32    TRI-PHASE ELECTRIC: ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR                 09/08/09     04/08/10             $476             $476      1         200              $238
UBATC      28    UDELLS CABINETS INC.: CABINET MANUFACTURING               08/18/09     04/20/10           $1,000           $1,000     10          80              $500
UBATC       3    UINTAH BASIN MEDICAL CENTER: RURAL HOSPITAL, MEDICAL      10/28/09     02/10/10           $8,179           $8,179     18         273            $4,092
UBATC      40    UINTAH ENGINEERING AND LAND SURVEYING LLC: PROVIDE        02/04/10     06/02/10           $5,030           $5,030     35         520            $2,517
UBATC      36    VON FLETCHER TRUCKING INC: MOVE OIL RIGS                  01/07/10     01/08/10             $250             $250      1          20              $125
UBATC      30    WEATHERFORD INTERNATIONAL: OIL FIELD SERVICE COMPA        08/11/09     04/30/10           $9,800           $9,800     85        1,134           $4,922
UBATC      18    WESTERN CHEMICAL LLC: CHEMICAL WHOLESALE RETAIL SE        01/13/10     03/17/10             $740             $740      1          34              $370
UBATC      48    WESTERN WELL SITE SERVICES LLC: WELL SERVICE COMPAN       04/13/10     04/17/10           $2,295           $2,295      5          68            $1,148
UBATC      27    WEXPRO: OIL AND GAS DRILLING AND OPERATIONS SERVICE       03/03/10     04/28/10             $800             $800      5          72              $400
UBATC      13    XTO ENERGY INC.: OIL AND GAS EXPLORATION AND DRILLING     09/22/09     03/18/10           $3,350           $3,350     52         352            $1,675
UBATC    TOTAL                                                                                           $298,553         $298,553    1,897     22,398        $148,679
 GRAND   TOTAL                                                                                         $3,435,275       $3,373,372   16,968     271,020     $1,917,404




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                                                                                             TAB J

                            UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                                AGENDA ITEM

                                       UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                          30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.H

TOPIC:          UCAT Annual Report 2010

BACKGROUND

The UCAT Annual Report highlights the success of UCAT each year and provides the governor, legislature,
stakeholders, and the general public with ongoing information regarding UCAT activities.

The UCAT Board of Trustees is required by law {53B-2a-104(2)(i)} to “prepare and submit an annual report
detailing its progress and recommendations on career and technical education issues to the governor and
to the Legislature’s Education Interim Committee by October 31 of each year”.

A draft of the 2010 Annual Report will be provided to the Trustees for final review and feedback at the
meeting. The report will be similar in content and design to the 2009 Annual Report (which can be viewed
at http://ucat.edu/ucat/annual-reports), but will include additional and updated information.

After Board approval in the meeting, the report will be completed, published and submitted to the governor
and to the Legislature’s Education Interim Committee. The report will be formally reviewed in the Education
Interim Committee meeting on Wednesday, 17 November, 2:00 p.m., at the State Capitol.

FISCAL IMPACT
none

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the 2010 UCAT Annual Report.


Attachments:    UCAT Annual Report 2010 draft to be provided in the meeting.
                Refer to http://ucat.edu/ucat/annual-reports for previous annual reports.
                                                                                       TAB K

                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                             AGENDA ITEM

                                    UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                       30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.I

TOPIC:          Board of Trustees Calendar

BACKGROUND
Proposed UCAT Board of Trustees meeting dates for 2011 are as follows:

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Thursday, September 29, 2011


FISCAL IMPACT
none

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees review and approve a meeting calendar for 2011.
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                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                              AGENDA ITEM

                                      UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                         30 September 2010

ITEM:           II.J

TOPIC:          Audit Committee Report

BACKGROUND
The UCAT Audit Committee consisting of Trustees Don Roberts (Chair), Mark Dennis and Jim Evans have
selected the firm of Hansen, Barnett and Maxwell, P.C. to provide internal auditing services for the UCAT
Office of the President and the eight UCAT campuses. Mr. Paul O. Skeen, CPA and Mr. Jed R. Jones CPA
of Hansen, Barnett and Maxwell will be present to meet the Board.

A letter of engagement has been developed indicating the initial scope and amount of the FY 2011 contract
between UCAT and Hansen, Barnett and Maxwell.

FISCAL IMPACT
$50,000

RECOMMENDATIONS
UCAT Administration recommends the Board of Trustees approve the Audit Committee to enter into the
internal auditing contract with Hansen, Barnett and Maxwell, P.C. for FY 2011 internal auditing services

Attachments: Letter of engagement
HANSEN, BARNETT & MAXWELL, P.C.
             A Professional Corporation
                                                                                 Registered with the Public Company
        CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS                                                Accounting Oversight Board
               5 Triad Center, Suite 750
            Salt Lake City, UT 84180-1128
                 Phone: (801) 532-2200
                  Fax: (801) 532-7944
                  www.hbmcpas.com



September 24, 2010


Audit Committee
c/o Robert O. Brems, President
Utah College of Applied Technology
4501 South 2700 West, Building #3
Salt Lake City, Utah 84114

Dear Audit Committee:

We look forward to the opportunity to assist you developing and carrying out an annual internal audit plan for the
Utah College of Applied Technology (“UCAT”). This letter outlines our understanding of the terms and
objectives of our engagement.

We plan to start the engagement on or about October 01, 2010 and (unless unforeseeable problems are
encountered) complete the engagement by June 30, 2011. In the first phase of the engagement we will identify
UCAT’s significant risks by interviewing key UCAT personnel and members of the Audit Committee. We will
discuss with you the areas we have identified and combine them with any areas of concern you might have as the
audit committee. Then we will assemble, under your direction, the risk based annual internal audit plan ranked in
order of priority as established by you and management. The next phases of the engagement will be focused on
carrying out the internal audit plan and adjusting the plan as needed based on any changes identified in the
process. The purpose of our engagement is to assist you in developing and carrying out a risk based annual
internal audit plan. However, it is ultimately your responsibility to assess the adequacy of that plan and to ensure
the plan is carried out to satisfy UCAT’s objectives.

In performing our engagement, we will be relying on the accuracy and reliability of information provided by
UCAT personnel. We will not audit, examine, or review the information. Please also note that our engagement
cannot be relied on to disclose errors, fraud, or other illegal acts that may exist. The procedures we perform in our
engagement will be heavily influenced by the representations that we receive from UCAT personnel. Accordingly,
false representations could cause incorrect risks to be identified or could cause some risks to go unidentified. You,
therefore, agree to indemnify and hold us harmless for any liability and all reasonable costs (including legal fees)
that we may incur in connection with claims based upon our failure to identify critical business risks or
recommend appropriate risk management procedures resulting from known false representations made to us by
any UCAT personnel.

We will document the results of each phase of our engagement in a series of formal reports. The results of our
engagement and our reports are intended for internal use only and should not be used for any other purpose.

Our fees for these services will be billed as work progresses and are based on our standard billing rates multiplied
by the amount of time required to together with the costs of travel and expenses. UCAT may also be billed for
other out-of-pocket costs such as report production, word processing, postage, etc. Our invoices for these fees will
be rendered each month as work progresses and are payable upon presentation of the invoice. The current amount
of the engagement is $50,000. If significant additional time is necessary, we will discuss it with you and arrive at
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a new fee estimate before we incur the additional costs. Our invoices for these fees will be rendered monthly as
work progresses and are payable on presentation.

We appreciate the opportunity to be of service to you and believe that this letter accurately summarizes the
significant terms of our engagement. If you have any questions, please let us know. If you agree with the terms of
our engagement as described in this letter, please sign the enclosed copy to confirm your understanding, and
return it to us.

You may request that we perform additional services not contemplated by this engagement letter. If this occurs,
we will communicate with you regarding the scope of the additional services and the estimated fee. We also may
issue a separate engagement letter covering the additional services. In the absence of any other written
communication from us documenting such additional services, our services will continue to be governed by the
terms of this engagement letter.

Sincerely,




Paul O. Skeen, CPA


RESPONSE:
This letter correctly sets forth the understanding of the Utah College of Applied Technology.

Officer’s Signature:
Title:
Date:
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                            UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                               AGENDA ITEM

                                       UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                          30 September 2010

ITEM:            III.A

TOPIC:           Social Security 218 Agreement(s)

BACKGROUND
All eight UCAT campuses currently participate in the Social Security Administration (SSA) system. A
recent Internal Revenue Service audit of one campus indicated the absence of a Section 218 agreement
with the State of Utah and the SSA. To become compliant, a referendum election of applicable employees
is required with the outcome determining whether participation will continue or not.

Following extended discussion between UCAT Administration and the campuses, the consensus position is
to modify policy allowing a delegation of authority by the UCAT Board of Trustees to the eight campus
boards of directors allowing each campus to conduct its own referendum election and establish an
individual 218 agreement.

In consultation with the Utah Office of the Attorney General and the Utah State Division of Finance, it has
been jointly determined that additional research must occur before proceeding on this issue. Instead of
proposing initial policy update for the Trustees to consider for approval, a draft modification of UCAT Policy
102, Delegations of Authority is being presented for involving the Board of Trustees in this important
discussion.

The Division of Finance has given verbal authorization to extend the timeline for research of this issue. The
Attorney General’s Office is also conducting additional research into determining the best method for
proceeding.




Attachments:
Draft Policy
                        UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY          Number:             102

                                     POLICIES                       Effective
                                                                    Date:
                                                                                    June 18, 2009

                                                                    Page:       1       of     3

   Subject:    Delegations of Authority-DRAFT


102.1          Purpose

To provide for delegations of authority to the respective college campuses


102.2         Approval

UCAT Board of Trustees:     June 18, 2009

102.3         References

UCA, 53B-2-101 Institutions of Higher Education -- Corporate bodies -- Powers.


102.4         Centralization

All authority granted to the Utah College of Applied Technology (UCAT) by statute
shall reside in the Board of Trustees and/or UCAT President. The office of the UCAT
President is the agent authorized to interpret Board policy and/or develop policy
implementation guidelines. No college campus board of directors (campus board) or
campus president shall act in any manner to bind UCAT or any of its campuses
unless granted authority pursuant to this policy.

When acting as a UCAT authorized representative, a college campus board of
directors and/or campus president binds the Trustees, the UCAT Administration and
all UCAT college campuses to perform in accordance with the specified actions.
Actions undertaken by one campus reflect upon all campuses.

102.5         Delegations of Joint Authority to College Campus
              Boards of Directors and Campus Presidents

Each college campus is authorized to act on the following matters. Such actions shall
be consistent with the law and the policies of the Board of Trustees, and apply within
the campus’s designated service region:

       5.1    Facilitate communication between the college campus and the
              community;
       5.2    Assist in planning, implementing, and executing fund raising and
              development projects aimed at supplementing college campus
              appropriations;
       5.3    Perpetuate and strengthen alumni and community identification with
              college campus’ tradition and goals;
       5.4    Establish vacation, sick and other leave programs;
       5.5    Enact rules for regulating and safeguarding the well-being of persons
              and the security of property at the college campus;
       5.6    Approve gifts agreements.
                         UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY            Number:             102

                                      POLICIES                         Effective
                                                                       Date:
                                                                                       June 18, 2009

                                                                       Page:       2       of     3

   Subject:     Delegations of Authority-DRAFT


       5.7     Establish human resources and compensation policies for all
               employees including establishment of Section 218 agreements with the
               State of Utah and the Social Security Administration.



102.6          Board of Directors Responsibilities:

Each campus board may act in behalf of the campus in performing duties,
responsibilities, and functions as may be specifically authorized by statute or by the
UCAT President or Board of Trustees.

Campus board actions shall be consistent with the law, and the policies of the Board
of Trustees and apply within their campus’ designated service region.

In addition to its statutory grants of authority, each campus board of directors has
the following general powers and duties:
        6.1    Consult and give advice to the campus president on college campus
               matters;
        6.2    Approve or disapprove campus president initiatives to establish college
               campus policy;
        6.3    Monitor implementation of the approved college campus mission,
               including periodic review and update;
        6.4    Approve all campus specific student fees.

102.7          College Campus President Responsibilities:

Each campus president, as a UCAT officer, owes a responsibility first to the Utah
College of Applied Technology as a whole and then to his or her assigned campus. It
is the duty of the campus president to support the decisions of the UCAT Board of
Trustees including, but not limited to, budget, finance, facilities, planning, roles,
curriculum, programs, and policies.

Campus presidents shall maintain effective informational liaison with the various
UCAT stakeholders including the Legislature, the Board of Trustees, the various
boards of directors and others. Campus presidents should keep these groups and
individuals informed so that they can better understand and resolve problems and
appreciate UCAT and the accomplishments of each college campus.

Each campus president in coordination with the campus board is delegated the
following powers subject to the restrictions stated herein. Campus president actions
shall be consistent with the law, and policies of the Board of Trustees, and shall
apply only within the campus’s designated service region:
        7.1    Appoint, prescribe duties and fix salaries of the faculty, staff, officers
               and employees of the college campus;
        7.2    Enter into agreements to provide a program of employee benefits
               including insurance and retirement;
                        UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY          Number:             102

                                     POLICIES                       Effective
                                                                    Date:
                                                                                    June 18, 2009

                                                                    Page:       3       of     3

   Subject:    Delegations of Authority-DRAFT


       7.3    Develop the college campus capital facilities requests;
       7.4    Enter into grants and contracts for operations of the college campus;
       7.5    Enter into agreements allowing students to receive federal financial aid
              and the campus to participate in federal grants and awards;
       7.6    Enter into agreements with local school boards, government agencies,
              or other entities;
       7.7    Enter into agreements for the purchase or sale of real property
              pursuant to an instructional program.
       7.8    Approve equipment leases;
       7.9    Issue a campus catalog;
       7.10   Obtain campus accreditation;
       7.11   Grant waivers of tuition, as authorized by statute (UCA, 53B-8-101, as
              amended).

102.8         Specific Delegations to a College Campus President

The UCAT President may grant limited authority for a specific matter to any college
campus president. Each such grant will be acknowledged in writing and reported as
an information item at the next Trustees meeting.

102.9         Restrictions

The following restrictions will be observed notwithstanding any of the foregoing:
        9.1   In accordance with State law, all real property transactions, except
              those specified in 102.7.7, will be approved by the UCAT President
              and the Board of Trustees.
        9.2   Notice of:
                9.3.1     pending legal actions;
                9.3.2     or scheduled court proceedings will be communicated to
                           the Office of the UCAT President. The manner and timing
                           of reporting will be as set forth by the UCAT President.
        9.3   In accordance with State law, all real property lease agreements of
              more than one year, and all real property lease-purchase
              agreements, will be approved by the UCAT President and the Board of
              Trustees.
                                                                                               TAB N

                           UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                              AGENDA ITEM

                                      UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                            15 June 2010



ITEM:           III.B

TOPIC:          Program Approval:
                DATC: Esthetician and Master Esthetician Programs
                MATC: Welding Technician Program

BACKGROUND

The UCAT Board of Trustees, as provided in UCAT Policy 200.5.2.3, directs and authorizes the UCAT
president to approve requests for approval of new campus programs seeking financial aid eligibility, if the
president concurs that the proposal meets the agreed-upon UCAT criteria established by the Board in
Policy 200.6. The president’s approval is considered final, and documentation of the approved programs is
to be submitted to the Board in their next regularly scheduled meeting as an information item.

Accordingly, the President’s Office has reviewed the following requests for approval to offer new certificate
programs and has concurred that the proposals satisfies the agreed-upon criteria, and President Brems
has approved the programs:

Campus         Program Title                            UCAT President Approval Date
DATC           Esthetician Program                      September 13, 2010
DATC           Master Esthetician Program               September 13, 2010
MATC           Welding Technician                       August 3, 2010
               Program
Documentation is attached for the approved program for the information of the Board.

FISCAL IMPACT

As outlined in campus proposal.

RECOMMENDATIONS

Information only.




Attachments:    DATC: Esthetician and Master Esthetician
                MATC: Welding Technician
                                                                                             TAB O

                              UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                             AGENDA ITEM

                                     UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                        30 September 2010

ITEM:           III.C

TOPIC:          K-16 Alliance Workforce Committee

BACKGROUND
The Utah K-16 Alliance formed a Workforce Committee as part of its efforts to address challenges for
education in Utah. The committee has been meeting for the past year to identify what education needs to
be doing to address the needs of Utah’s workforce. The attached summary briefly outlines the objective,
membership, and activities of the committee, which will be working on conclusions and a report for the K-16
Alliance in the next few months.


FISCAL IMPACT
none

RECOMMENDATIONS
Information/discussion only


Attachments:
K-16 Alliance Workforce Committee
                                       K-16 Alliance Workforce Committee

America’s workforce is changing and the projection for the future is that the total of skilled workers will fall short in
meeting the talent requirements. STEM jobs are predicted to outpace more traditional jobs in both numbers and
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salary levels over the next decade. The percentage of jobs that require some level of postsecondary education
will increase from 62 percent in 2009 to 75% by 2020. Making sure that viable career pathways are identified and
available for Utah students is critical.

Purpose: Formed as a committee of Utah’s K-16 Alliance, the Workforce Committee is charged with providing
leadership to Utah’s education and workforce development system in order to meet the future workforce demands
of the state.

Expectations:
   • Inform the State Board of Regents, the State Board of Education, the legislature and the K-16 education
       community about workforce needs in the state, and the balance between labor market demand and the
       supply of workers
   • Develop and strengthen Career Pathways from k-12 though post-secondary education
   • Provide career information for secondary counselors and post-secondary advisors
   • Compare programs of study from certificate through graduate degrees with workforce needs and
       encourage institutions to address high-demand programs
   • Identify strategies of providing career information to secondary counselors and post-secondary advisors
   • Develop strategies for disseminating job demand and post-secondary training information
   • Work closely with the Department of Workforce Services
   • Develop a plan of work for the 2009-2010 year and present it to the K-16 Alliance Board

Gordon, Edward e., Techniques, September 2009 page 29.

Issues Currently Under Consideration:
    1. Utah’s Workforce: population; labor force; workforce trends
    2. Industry Involvement: Core Industries; Input from focus groups; Cluster Acceleration Project; emerging industries;
        skills necessary for 2020
    3. Education: Key issues for K-12; key issues for postsecondary; meeting the needs of Workforce 2020
    4. Strategic Opportunities and Recommendations

Membership:
Gary Wixom (Co-Chair): Assistant Commissioner; Utah System of Higher Education
Mary Shumway (Co-Chair): State Director–Career, Technical, and Adult Education; Utah State Office of Education
Natalie Gochnour: Chief Operating Officer; Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce
Jared Haines: Vice President for Instruction and Student Services; Utah College of Applied Technology
Gary Harter: Managing Director–Business Creation; Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development
Paul Jackson: Assistant Vice President–Human Resources; Intermountain Health Care
Marv Johnson: State Coordinator–CTE Program and Financial Accountability; Utah State Office of Education
Troy Justesen: Vice President of Workforce, Professional and Literacy Development; Salt Lake Community College
Moya Kessig: Early College/Gifted and Talented Specialist; Utah State Office of Education
Stephen Maas: Director Workforce Development and Information; Utah Department of Workforce Services
Carrie Mayne: Supervising Economist, Workforce Research and Analysis; Utah Department of Workforce Services
Mary Lou Seamons: Former Davis School District CTE Director
Susan Thackeray: Director of Career and Technical Education; Utah Valley University
Judy Young: Executive Director; Utah Technology Council
                                                                                              TAB P

                             UTAH COLLEGE OF APPLIED TECHNOLOGY

                                              AGENDA ITEM

                                        UCAT BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                                           30 September 2010

ITEM:            III.D

TOPIC:           Utah’s 2020 Plan for Higher Education – “Utah’s Big Goal”


BACKGROUND
UCAT Trustee and Commissioner of Higher Education William Sederburg has invited UCAT to participate
in Utah’s 2020 Plan for Higher Education, an ambitious 10-year plan “to have 66% of Utahns age 25 to 64
with a postsecondary certificate or degree by the year 2020; specifically, to have 55% of Utah’s workforce
with an associate’s degree or higher and 11% with a postsecondary certificate that leads to a livable wage.”

In several meetings between USHE and UCAT administrators over the past two months, we have
discussed the development of this plan and UCAT’s role in providing a significant increase in the number of
postsecondary certificates required to meet this goal.

Dr. Sederburg has requested an opportunity to inform the Trustees about the 2020 Plan and to discuss how
the Utah System of Higher Education, the Utah College of Applied Technology and Utah’s private
institutions of higher education can work together to meet this important goal.




Attachments:
Utah’s 2020 Plan for Higher Education Draft
Utah’s Big Goal Action Plan Draft
                               Action Plan—September 15, 2010 version 6.3

          Please Note: This document contains a number of preliminary ideas from a wide
          variety of sources. At this point it is not an official recommendation. We are seeking
          your preliminary reaction (not a commitment) and input as these ideas are
          considered as part of this on-going “brainstorming” process.

          Some of these ideas will cost money, some will not. At this point we have not priced
          them; that will come after recommendations are solidified. Our commitment is to
          work with the Legislature and Governor to meeting the higher education needs of
          the state within resources as they become available.




To realize Utah’s “big goal” of achieving 55 percent of Utah’s adult population1 having earned an
associate’s degree or higher by 2020, dramatic state policy changes are needed. We propose a five-
point “Action Plan.” Successful implementation will require the combined cooperative efforts of the
State Board of Regents, Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) Institutions and Boards of Trustees,
Utah’s private higher education community, the State Board of Education and K-12 School Districts, the
Governor and Utah Legislature, with the support of Utah’s business community and other community
leaders.

The action plan focuses on five areas:

    1. Expand the pipeline of college/career-ready and college-inclined high school graduates.

    2. Stop “leakages in the higher education pipeline” by increasing the number who persist and
       complete their education once they enter college.

    3. Expand the ability of colleges and universities to provide quality opportunities for more
       students.

    4. Transform higher education in order to provide quality opportunities for more students and
       increase efficiencies.

    5. Better leverage higher education in growing Utah’s economy as a way to extend prosperity and
       grow the tax base of the state.




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 Carnavale at Georgetown University has projected 66% of the population will need a certificate or degree by
2018 and 55% will need an associate’s degree or higher.
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1. Expand the pipeline of college/career-ready and college-inclined high school graduates.

       Having a college and workforce-ready pool of students interested and prepared to participate in
       post-secondary education is a prerequisite for achieving Utah’s big goal.

           A. Establish clear college and workforce-readiness standards.

                   •   IDEA 1. The Board of Regents should adopt clearly written standards defining
                       college/workforce readiness standards and admission policies so parents and
                       students know what is expected and needed to succeed.
                              IDEA 1a. The K-16 Alliance should adopt a joint statement agreeable to
                               the Board of Regents and State Board of Education that articulates the
                               similarities and differences between minimum high school graduation
                               standards and college readiness standards.
                              IDEA 1b. The standards and the specific admission requirements for
                               each higher education institution should be communicated early and
                               often to parents and students about what is expected in college so that
                               time in high school will be well used to prepare adequately for college.

                   •   IDEA 2. Higher education should build upon the K-12 Common Core Standards
                       by increasing the use of educational outcomes instead of seat time to determine
                       credit, particularly for general education requirements.

                              IDEA 2a. The Board of Regents should adopt clear curriculum outcomes
                               for general education required courses while allowing each institution
                               to add customized courses for their students.

                              IDEA 2c. The state should reduce the variety of Concurrent Enrollment
                               courses and concentrate funds and class offerings to fit general
                               education outcomes that are built upon the K-12 common core
                               standards.

                              IDEA 2d. Technology delivered courses that use standardized
                               curriculum should be expanded (see section 4 – Transforming Higher
                               Education). The state should provide free on-line math and English
                               courses for those who have had a break from their high school math
                               before entering college.

                              IDEA 2e. The Board of Regents should create a state task force to
                               clearly define the educational outcomes in STEM related academic
                               majors, particularly mathematics.

                   •   IDEA 3. Assessment programs in Utah should be compatible with the K-12
                       Common Core State Standards. Only assessments that demonstrate student
                       performance on the K-12 Common Core State Standards should be used.
                       Campuses should use the K-12 Common Core State Standards as the basis for
                       full admission to our colleges and universities.


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                  IDEA 3a. Higher education should work with K-12 partners to
                   implement the PLAN and EXPLORE tests in the 8th and 9th Grades and
                   ACT for all students in the 11th Grade.

                  IDEA 3b. Support early interventions for students in K-12 based on their
                   test scores to help them achieve readiness standards.

       •   IDEA 4. Create an “advisor corps” of volunteer lawyers, doctors, educators, etc.,
           to provide guidance to students thinking about various careers. This advising
           could be done on-line or in the high school.

B. Increase Participation Rates.

       •   IDEA 5. Increase support for students, including financial aid, who are
           traditionally underrepresented in college. Under-represented groups include
           low income, ethnic minorities, women, first-generation, and non-traditional
           students.

       •   IDEA 6. Adequately finance, re-purpose, re-energize, and re-name the Utah
           Centennial Opportunity Program for Education (UCOPE) to provide greater
           student support through need-based financial aid (including work study).

       •   IDEA 7. Develop and implement strategies to make public higher education
           more accessible to non-traditional aged students, including working adults.

                  IDEA 7a. Provide specialized advisors to help working adults find the
                   right institutions and the most cost-effective strategy to finish their
                   degrees.

                  IDEA 7b. Strengthen the recruitment, outreach, advising and career
                   planning activities of USHE institutions by integrating UtahFutures.org
                   into their services.

                  IDEA 7c. Encourage institutions to offer classes and full programs during
                   evenings and weekends.

                  IDEA 7d. Encourage institutions to create specific curriculum for non-
                   traditional students that builds practical skills to keep them engaged in
                   school and makes them more marketable when they graduate.

                  IDEA 7e. Publicize opportunities for non-traditional students to take
                   CLEP tests or seek credit for life experiences.

                  IDEA 7f. Establish a part-time student loan program through UHEAA.




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                   •   IDEA 8. Create a statewide Access Network among higher educational
                       institutions and an online database of best practices, gaps in services and
                       encourage increased collaboration and resource sharing.

                   •   IDEA 9. Expand out-reach and marketing of the Utah Educational Savings Plan
                       (UESP) to encourage Utahns to save for higher education.

                   •   IDEA 10. Increase the number of Early College High Schools sponsored by
                       higher educational institutions by creating a funding stream to assist in the
                       supervision of early college high schools.

                   •   IDEA 11. Strengthen articulation agreements between public and private
                       colleges that meet regional accreditation standards.

                   •   IDEA 12. Create a marketing campaign where all the sectors of Higher
                       Education stand together and ask Utah to go back to school.

           C. Strengthen and expand collaboration between K-12 and higher education.

                   •   IDEA 13. Strengthen and expand the Utah K-16 Alliance and create regional
                       alliances throughout the state to work on the following ideas:

                              IDEA13a. Ensure seamless articulation for CTE with UCAT as well as high
                               schools based on competencies and industry-based certification higher
                               education accreditation standards,

                              IDEA 13b. Use electronic high school transcripts, SEOP information, and
                               electronic portfolios for counseling and admission to Utah colleges and
                               universities,

                              IDEA 13c. The Commissioner’s Office should provide feedback to
                               school districts on higher education success of their graduates.

                   •   IDEA 14. Implement better data sharing through the Utah Data Alliance
                       between K-12 and USHE including the electronic transcript and student SEOPs.

                   •   IDEA 15. In partnership with K-12, enhance and refine career pathways
                       including all post-secondary education. Certificate training which can also lead
                       to jobs with sustainable wages, whether offered by USHE institutions or UCAT,
                       will enable us to reach the 66% level of post-secondary attainment.


2. Stop leakages in the higher education pipeline by increasing the number who persist and
   complete their education once they enter college.

       To achieve Utah’s big goal, Utah higher education institutions need to retain and graduate a
       larger percentage of their students. To achieve this goal, Utah has joined the “Complete College

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America” (CCA) collaborative of 22 states. The following action steps are consistent with the
CCA initiative.

    A. Support new funding mechanisms that tie institutional funding to educational
       outcomes.

            •   IDEA 16. Support “Mission Based Funding” mechanism that provides money for
                measurable products. New accountability measures would connect funding to
                institutions’ missions based on growth in course and degree completion, and
                research that contributes to the economy, quality and regional economic
                development activities and job placement, rather than third-week census
                numbers.

            •   IDEA 17. Create an innovation fund, focusing on collaboration, consisting of
                state and private money (foundations) to encourage creative ways to retain
                students.

    B. Set statewide completion goals and uniformly measure and report progress and
       success.

            •   IDEA 18. Each campus should be required to report its retention and
                completion performance and goals to the Regents annually. These reports
                would then be compiled and distributed to the Regents, Governor, and
                legislature by the Commissioner’s Office.

            •   IDEA 19. Using the Utah Data Alliance, better define and track the post-
                secondary education experience of Utah students by type of student/peer group
                through the use of the common student identifier, the National Clearinghouse,
                and the institutional research offices of each campus.


    C. Transform remediation by reducing need and focusing efforts and resources.

            •   IDEA 20. Institutions should support new curriculum and individualized
                advising, mentoring and delivery options for remedial education that builds
                practical skills including free on-line remedial education tools and courses.

            •   IDEA 21. Using robust specific remediation data, the Board of Regents and State
                Board of Education should establish mutual goals for reducing the number of
                students requiring remedial education and report progress annually.

                       IDEA 21a.      The state shall distinguish between “remedial
                        education” and “developmental education” data.

                       IDEA 21b.         The state report will provide policy makers with more
                        specific remedial/developmental education data regarding the
                        classification of remedial students (i.e., subject matter, year in college,


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                                  high school, etc.), cost, and institutional strategies to provide flexible
                                  remediation.

                                 IDEA 21c.        Institutions should provide annual reports to K-12
                                  schools as to the level of remediation needed by their students.

           D. Improve retention through on-campus policies and programs for traditional students.

                   •    IDEA 22. Expand “freshman year experience” mandatory classes emphasizing
                        career advising and mentoring.

                   •    IDEA 23. Require attendance for students in freshman level classes that have a
                        high failure rate.

                   •    IDEA 24. Require at minimum midterm feedback to students in freshman
                        classes so they are aware of their success or failure.

                   •    IDEA 25. Require early college registration and enrollment to facilitate
                        appropriate placement.




3. Expand the ability of colleges and universities to provide quality opportunities for more students.

       In order to educate an additional 100,000+ students in the next ten years, both the physical and
       virtual capacity of Utah’s higher education system will need to be increased significantly.

           A. Greater Efficiencies

                       • IDEA 26. Use the Internet provided classes and competency “modules” more
                         effectively (see section 4 – Transforming Higher Education)

                       • IDEA 27. Increase use of “mixed delivery” courses (internet and seat time) on
                         campus to a free up seats and classrooms (see section 4 - Transforming Higher
                         Education)

                       • IDEA 28. Develop new strategies to encourage more efficient time to
                         graduation.

                                 IDEA 28a. Utilize existing facilities better, including a new emphasis by
                                  institutions on using the summer semester as well as evening, weekend,
                                  and online programs.

                                 IDEA 28b. Provide tuition assistance for students enrolled in critical
                                  careers for the state’s economic growth.



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                  IDEA 28c. Require freshmen to take an on-line career and major course
                   to assist them in making a wise early decision about their major.

                  IDEA 28d. Adjust tuition policy to provide incentives for students to
                   finish their program early and/or assess higher tuition for taking more
                   credits than needed.

         • IDEA 29. Use the 12th grade more effectively by aligning concurrent enrollment
           and Advance Placement Tests to general educational requirements.

                  IDEA 29a. The Board of Regents and institutions should align Advance
                   Placement test scores with college credits.

         • IDEA 30: The state should provide an option where students may choose to use
           the 12th grade as their first year of college through early college programs.

                  IDEA 30a. Fund tuition for high school seniors who remain in
                   district high schools to pursue the first year of college during the senior
                   year of high school.

                  IDEA 30b. Use community college centers to facilitate access for high
                   school students throughout a region (see discussion below).

                  IDEA 30c. Integrate early college students directly into classes on the
                   college/university campus with support by an advisor for the transition.

                  IDEA 30d. Students may choose to take a full-time student load or a
                   hybrid college/high school schedule by returning to the high school
                   during the afternoon.


         • IDEA 31. Expand off-site education programs through extended/continuing
           education.

                  IDEA 31a. Implement better data collection and analysis of non-credit
                   courses and certificates.

         • IDEA 32. Use mentoring and advisor systems similar to those used by private
           colleges where advisors are evaluated and paid by the success of their students
           and whether the student efficiently proceeded through the institution.


B. Expanded Capacity




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         •   IDEA 33. The Regents should develop a comprehensive capacity plan
             (missions, programs, and facilities) for Utah institutions clearly defining the
             state’s future strategy.

         •   IDEA 34. The Board of Regents shall consider changes, where warranted, to
             the mission and roles, programs for each institution and to facilitate each
             institution contributing to meeting the “big goal“ of educating 55% of the
             state with at least an associate’s degree. (See appendix for each institution’s
             plan.)

         •   IDEA 35. Utah should encourage branch campuses, when an efficient use of
             resources, to enhance access by bringing higher education opportunities
             closer to students.

                      IDEA 35a. Legislative support will be sought for land acquisition and
                       buildings for branch campus development, per a more detailed state
                       plan approved by the Board of Regents.

         • IDEA 36. The Board of Regents should create an initiative to partner with on-
           line service providers to increase virtual educational opportunities.

                      IDEA 36a. Board of Regents should charge institutions to develop these
                       opportunities within specific academic areas of expertise within USHE
                       institutions.

C. Expand the community college function throughout Utah.

         •   IDEA 37. Expand the number of students accessing community colleges,
             including those embedded in a regional university or state college.

                        IDEA 37a. Create a state-wide task force of community college
                         providers to promote associate degrees, certificates, and career and
                         technical education.

                        IDEA 37b. Support the creation of community colleges or community
                         college centers (branches) within regional state universities in order
                         to ensure state-wide coverage of community college services
                         including:
                                     • Open access,
                                     • Enhanced advising and student support services,
                                     • More flexible scheduling,
                                     • Clear articulation of 2 + 2 seamless degree pathways,
                                          and
                                     • Articulation support with applied technology colleges.

                        IDEA 37c. Allow UCAT campuses to apply to become part of the
                         regional state institutions.

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                     •   IDEA 38. Seek legislative approval for a local voter-approved tax to provide
                         tuition credit for students within a county (or taxing district) to underwrite
                         and dramatically lower the price of their tuition for the first two years of
                         college.

           D. Fund Enrollment Growth

                     • IDEA 39. Seek legislative funding of enrollment growth (measured by
                       completion) based on institutional mission.

                              IDEA 39a. Adequately fund the faculty needed to expand the number of
                               sections offered and prevent soft or hard enrollment caps and bottle-
                               neck courses.

                     • IDEA 40. Seek legislative funding for competitive salaries for quality faculty and
                       staff.


           E. Clarify the Utah College of Applied Technology Interaction with Utah System of Higher
           Education.
                      • IDEA 41. The Board of Regents and Utah System of Higher Education support
                        increased growth of UCAT within its current role and mission as defined by the
                        Legislature (last updated in 2009) as a provider of non-credit Career and
                        Technical Education. UCAT will play an important part in meeting the non-credit
                        certificates that supplement the “big goal.”

                     • IDEA 42. Support greater partnering with UCAT schools in employment areas of
                       high economic need and for specific job training activities.

                              IDEA 42a. Create stronger planning efforts between USHE, UCAT, high
                               schools, Governors Office of Economic Development and the Dept. of
                               Workforce Services to identify the unmet need for and definition of
                               “certificates” for purposes of federal and state reporting.

                     • IDEA 43. Increase articulation efforts between UCAT campuses and Higher
                       Education institutions, which are vitally important to enable students to seek
                       additional education if they so choose.

                     • IDEA 44. In the future, an application process should be developed that would
                       enable UCAT campuses, at their option, to petition the Board of Regents to
                       affiliate more closely or even join the system to provide for-credit programs and
                       associate degrees.


4. Transform the way higher education meets the needs of the 21st Century student through
   efficiencies and technology.


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It is clear that information technology is radically changing our students’ learning styles, the
ability to deliver education differently, and opportunity to reduce costs for providing
educational programming. It is also clear that technology does not replace the “soft skills” that
business is looking for in their future employees.

              • IDEA 45. The Board of Regents should create, with state funding, a virtual
                university degree that would combine on-line courses offered by USHE
                institutions and other low-cost providers throughout the world with the goal of
                reducing the cost of a college degree.
                      IDEA 45a. The initial courses should be in general education and STEM
                         related classes. Emphasis could also be placed on career pathway
                         courses needed for key economic clusters.

                       IDEA 45b. The structure created to offer the courses should be built by
                        USHE designated faculty with faculty appropriately rewarded.

                       IDEA 45c. Open courseware should be part of the requirements in
                        building the classes.

              • IDEA 46. Utah should study the possibility of entering into an agreement with
                the Western Governors University to provide educational services to adult
                populations interested in earning degrees in specific high-need fields.

                       IDEA 46a. WGU would be counted as a state-affiliated institution in a
                        manner similar to its agreement with the state of Indiana.

                       IDEA 46b. WGU would commit to working with our schools to
                        coordinate curriculum, testing, and advising for non-traditional adult
                        learners.

              • IDEA 47. The state should create a faculty led initiative to recommend how best
                to transform their institutions and profession.

                       IDEA 47a. The Board of Regents should develop new faculty workload
                        policies that reward development of excellent courses in which they
                        combine the use of Teaching Assistants and technology and on-line
                        offerings in consultation with the faculty.

                       IDEA 47b. New pedagogies need to be utilized or invented that include
                        more student research and project work in which the faculty provides
                        leadership, not lectures.

              • IDEA 48. Take advantage of new technologies to implement “open courseware”
                where feasible for students. Strive to have all concurrent enrollment classes
                offered with open access material at little or no cost.



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5. Better leverage Higher Education in growing Utah’s economy as a way to extend prosperity and
   grow the tax base of the state.

       Personal income and educational attainment are highly correlated as is economic
       development—attracting and creating high-paying jobs that require higher education degrees
       and skills. Further, higher education attainment reduces the need for social services, as
       graduates are much more likely to be self-sustaining adults. These facts should be recognized by
       fostering even closer ties between economic growth and our higher education system.

                     • IDEA 49. The state should create a “Mountain Research Corridor” partnership
                       among U. of U., U.S.U., and B.Y.U. (where appropriate).

                              IDEA 49a. Leverage the research done at the Utah’s research
                               institutions to promote economic growth in Utah through better
                               coordination.

                              IDEA 49b. Market the “Mountain Research Corridor” throughout the
                               nation.

                     • IDEA 50. Double the funding for the successful USTAR program to facilitate
                       research and entrepreneurship on college campuses.

                              IDEA 50a. Aggressively expand the USTAR outreach to regional and
                               UCAT campuses.

                              IDEA 50b. Expand funding for other entrepreneurial programs at
                               institutions.

                     • IDEA 51. Include the mission of economic development, research, and meeting
                       workforce needs as part of a mission-based funding initiative. (See IDEA 17
                       above)


                     • IDEA 52. Expand the Utah Cluster Acceleration Partnership (UCAP) initiative

                              IDEA 52a. Expand UCAP to all higher education institutions.

                              IDEA 52b. Expand UCAP to cover all major economic clusters in the
                               state.

                              IDEA 52c. Expand UCAP by including a regional development role for
                               higher educational institutions.

                              IDEA 52d. Expand UCAP by considering “talent clusters” within higher
                               education institutions (i.e. digital media production, performing arts,
                               medical technology, etc.)



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• IDEA 53. Utilize the UCAP governing structure (Commissioner of Higher
  Education, GOED Director and DWS Director) to make recommendations to the
  Governor and others on economic development strategies.

• IDEA 54. The Board of Regents should report regularly on how the institutions
  are meeting the economic/talent force needs of their regions.

• IDEA 55. Utah Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) should
  consider education to be an “economic cluster” where the Utah Cluster
  Acceleration Partnership (UCAP) model would be used to expand technology-
  based education in Utah.

         IDEA 55a. Fund an industry-led endeavor to identify ways Utah colleges
          and universities can work with technology firms in delivering quality on-
          line and technology-enhanced education.

• IDEA 56. Urge our colleges and universities to align their general education
  requirements with the workforce skills identified by business as critical to being
  successful employees and to include this “certification” in a student’s transcript.




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              For questions or comments about
              this document, contact the Planning
              Department for the Utah System of
              Higher Education at 801-321-7115 or
              at HigherEdUtah2020.org.




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                    This is a living document. It will remain in
                    “draft” form until it has been formally
                    approved by the State Board of Regents as
                    “Utah’s 2020 Plan for Higher Education.”

                    The purpose of this draft is to enlist input,
                    feedback, and support from the higher
                    education community and its stakeholders to
                    help shape the future of higher education in
                    Utah. The feedback will be reflected in future
                    drafts of this document.

                    The overarching purpose of this document is to
                    serve as a compass to the State Board of
                    Regents as well as to the higher education
                    community and stakeholders in their
                    implementation of strategies that will help
                    ensure the future prosperity of Utah.




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      Preface

      Utah, a state of promise and opportunity, stands a juncture along the mountain path of education. From this
      vantage point, we can see the paths that lie before us. One is a challenging climb that will test our collective
      resolve. The other may appear at first to hold us on even ground, but will, in a short time, lead us on a downhill
      course that affects our people and our way of life. We choose the high road.

      Recognizing the seriousness of the challenge before us, Governor Gary R. Herbert called upon the Utah State
      Board of Regents and the Commissioner of Higher Education to present a plan for how Utah’s colleges and
      universities will meet the needs of students and the talent demands of employers in the twenty-first century. The
      purpose of this document is to answer the Governor’s call and unify the state in its need to increase the level
      educational attainment by its citizens—from a high school diploma to an employable certificate, from that
      certificate to an associate’s degree, from that associate’s degree to a bachelor’s degree and so on—to better
      ensure Utahns can prosper in the knowledge-based economy of the twenty-first century.




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                           OVERVIEW: EDUCATION’S BIG QUESTIONS
Where Will the Jobs Be in 2020?
Most of Utah’s jobs will be in occupations that require education beyond
high school. According to the Georgetown University Center on Education
and the Workforce, 66% of all jobs in Utah by 2018 will require
                                                                                    66% of all jobs in Utah will
postsecondary education. Indeed, the jobs requiring a postsecondary                  require a post secondary
credential or degree will grow over twice the rate than those only requiring       degree or certificate by 2018.
a high school diploma.

The Georgetown University report projects that by 2018, Utah will have:
  172,000 jobs in managerial and professional office occupations,
   142,000 or 82% of which will require a postsecondary degree or
   certificate.
  101,000 jobs in science, technology, engineering and mathematics
   occupations, 92,000 or 91% of which will require a postsecondary
   degree or certificate.
  112,000 jobs in health care (both practitioners and support), 95,000         A “talent-force” consists of able
                                                                                people prepared to succeed in the
   or 85% of which will require a postsecondary degree or certificate.
                                                                                twenty-first century’s dynamic
  99,000 jobs in education, 92,000 or 93% of which will require a              knowledge-base economy. That
   postsecondary degree or certificate.                                         requires the know-how to perform
                                                                                essential functions, the ability to adapt
The demands are real and significant. In total, over 1,000,000 of the jobs      to an ever changing work
in Utah will require some level of college education. (At least 202,000 of      environment, and the skill to think
                                                                                critically and communicate effectively,
these will be new jobs.)
                                                                                in writing, in speech, and through
                                                                                technology.
In fact, Utah ranks eighth in the U.S. for highest proportion of
jobs requiring postsecondary education. Utah must embrace the                   These skills are typically developed
opportunity of an economy that demands college preparation and                  and refined through a liberal arts
produce a talent-force prepared for twenty-first century.                       college experience.


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How Will Utah Prepare?
To succeed as a state, the Utah Board of Regents and Commissioner
of Higher Education, William A. Sederburg, have set a clear goal—
ambitious but attainable: To have 66% of Utahns—men and women age
25 to 64—with a postsecondary certificate or degree by the year 2020;
specifically, to have 55% of Utah’s workforce with an associate’s degree
or higher and 11% with a postsecondary certificate that leads to a livable
wage. We will do this while maintaining or enhancing the quality of our
degree programs. This will help ensure Utah’s prosperity by producing the
requisite twenty-first century talent-force.

To achieve this goal, Utah must realize three strategic imperatives:
   1. Increase the rate of student participation in higher education
      (postsecondary education programs).
   2. Increase the rate of student completion in their chosen field                  Utah’s BIG GOAL
      of training or study.
                                                                                       Higher Education
   3. Increase the level of economic innovation.                                          Attainment

CALL TO ACTION
                                                                                   2020          66%
To increase the rates of participation, completion, and economic
innovation, Utah’s legislature, business community, and general public
must increase its investment in higher education now—nothing will have
more impact on local communities and the state’s prosperity.
Additionally, Utah’s higher education institutions must repurpose their
resources to ensure they are providing a relevant high quality educational
experience in the most efficient and effective way possible. In so doing,
                                                                                   2010   39%
Utah will position itself for success by developing the talent-force
required by twenty-first century employers to create competitive
businesses and sustainable communities.


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How Will Higher Education Answer the Call?

  UTAH’S INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION WILL
     ANSWER THE CALL BY WORKING TOGETHER.

The Utah System of Higher Education will build upon
the various strengths of each of its institutions to play a
vital role in reaching Utah’s goal for higher education.
From its research and regional universities to its state
and community colleges, each institution’s mission will
be advanced through this service to our state and our
local communities. Additionally, the Utah College of
Applied Technology and private institutions of higher
education, both for profit and non-profit, will play a
significant role with the USHE institutions in helping the
State of Utah in attaining its big goal.




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                                    RECOGNIZING THE CHALLENGE

The relationship between higher education and economic
prosperity has increased in our generation and will continue to
increase in the future. The technology of the twenty-first
century knowledge-based economy have steadily eliminated
jobs of past generations—jobs filled by middle-class workers
with only a high school diploma or less. At the same time, the
demand for more, better-trained and educated employees
has skyrocketed. Globalization has also increased the need
for Utah to differentiate itself with a more highly-educated
talent-force than those of emerging economies.

Governor Gary R. Herbert emphasized this issue in his
Inaugural Address, explaining: “We cannot have sustainable
economic growth—or be competitive in what is now a global
marketplace—if we don't properly educate the rising
generation. In the 21st century, our competition isn't just
Idaho, Colorado, or California. It's India, Canada, Mexico,
and, as Ambassador Huntsman knows, it's China. Today,
more than merely gaining a diploma, our students need the
skills that will provide a passport to the world.”
                                                                                  Governor Gary R. Herbert
Leaders of other states and the nation as a whole concur.
From the White House1 to national organizations like Lumina
                                                                  “This is the opportunity for people to develop the skills to
and the Bill and Melinda Gates foundations,2 there is a
                                                                    succeed in the future. In order for our state to remain
national urgency to ensure that all students have the
                                                                     competitive we must focus on improving our public
opportunity to succeed in their education beyond high school
and to complete an associate’s degree or higher or a                  education system. A good education is a powerful
certificate that leads to family-sustaining income.                       tool to empower the individual to succeed.”




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Education and the Public Good
Economic prosperity is directly linked to an individual’s                   According to the U.S. Department of Labor and the Bureau
level of educational achievement. Higher education has a                    of Labor Statistics, 56% of the jobs in 2008 that had a
powerful positive impact on personal earning power—the                      minimum median annual income of $32,390 required a
greater the level of educational attainment the more likely a               postsecondary degree or certificate. And, while 40% of the
person is to earn a higher wage.3 A high school graduate with               jobs of the same minimum median annual income required
no postsecondary education or training hovers on the state’s                significant on-the-job training, many of these jobs—such as
annual poverty level, which is $27,564 for a family of four,4               chemical plant and system operator, police officer, or
with a median income of $28,322.5 Contrast this with the                    firefighter—also required postsecondary training or
median annual income for a person with a certificate or an                  certification. Only 4% of the jobs with a $32,390 minimum
associate’s degree rising to $31,011. More significantly, a                 median annual income or greater allowed for short-term
person with a bachelor’s degree increases his or her median                 training or no postsecondary education.7
income by 35% to $41,791 and a person with a graduate
degree by 97% to $60,848. 6                                                                                    Impact of Degree
                                                                                                                  Attainment
                                                                                                              on Utah’s Economy
          Income Increases as Education Increases
                 Utah median annual wages by educational level, 2008                                             Overall, the 2007-08 USHE
                                                                                                                graduating class contributed
                                                                                                            almost 500 million dollars to the
                                                                                                              state’s economy through three
                                                                          $60,848                              quarters of 2008. The annual
  Poverty Level                                                                                                      amount earned by these
  Family of four: $27,564                                                                                                   graduates should
                                                        $41,791
                                                                                                                            continue to grow
                        $28,322         $31,011                                                                               as at least 30%
      $21,901
                                                                                                                                increase their
                                                                                                                               education and
                                                                                                                                  skill levels.
    Less than high   High school    Some college or Bachelor's degree   Graduate or
   school graduate    graduate        associate's                       professional
                       (includes        degree                            degree
                     equivalency)
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Employment Stability. Men and women with higher                      Economic Growth. For the State of Utah to flourish—
levels of education are less likely to be laid off and               to develop new jobs and raise the general standard living,
unemployed in tough economic times like Utah and the                 we need a higher percentage of our educated workforce
nation are currently experiencing. In Utah, of those with a          with graduate and professional degrees. Advanced
bachelor’s degree, only 4.7% were unemployed in 2009                 degrees are linked with the creation of highly paid jobs.
compared to 10.0% of those who are high school                       Further, in today’s knowledge-based economy, we need to
graduates and 15.4% of those who did not complete high               increase the asset of knowledge. This doesn’t only apply
school. National statistics show similar trends. As                  to the knowledge gained by workers through education and
illustrated below, there is a direct correlation between the         experience, but also to the knowledge of credentialed
level of educational degree attainment and the probability           faculty who will teach them and to accomplished business
of being unemployed—the more education a person has                  executives who can mentor young entrepreneurs. We also
the less likely he or she is to be unemployed. 8 A more              need high quality researchers who will extend knowledge on
educated workforce is generally a more stable workforce.             a national and international level. We need knowledgeable
                                                                     public administrators and state leaders who can create and
                                                                     sustain an environment where such development thrives.
       Impact of Higher Education on                                 This knowledge base is developed within our research and
                                                                     graduate institutions and programs.
           Unemployment Rate
    Graduate or professional
                                   1.4%
            degree

           Bachelor's degree              4.7%

  Some college or associate's
                                                  7.8%
            degree
        High school graduate
                                                   10.0%
       (includes equivalency)
        Less than high school
                                                           15.4%
              graduate

                            0.0%     5.0%        10.0% 15.0% 20.0%



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The benefits of education, particularly well-focused
higher education, include career opportunities, economic        Personal and Societal Benefits of Higher Education
stability and a richer, deeper quality of life. Students who
attend college obtain a wide range of personal, financial,         On the average, better-educated people live longer and
and other lifelong benefits; likewise, taxpayers and society        enjoy healthier lives.
as a whole derive a multitude of direct and indirect benefits      People with college degrees demonstrate increased
when citizens have access to postsecondary education.               participation in civic and community involvement.
Furthermore, there is a positive correlation between higher
levels of education and these lifelong benefits for all            People with higher levels of education tend to get jobs
racial/ethnic groups and for both men and women. 9                  with better healthcare benefits and pensions and to
                                                                    require fewer social services.
The Lumina Foundation asserts that social and economic             People with college degrees often donate more to local
concerns are best addressed by “educating many more                 charities and volunteer their time in the community more
people beyond high school.”10 As education levels                   because they need to work fewer hours to sustain their
increase, the economy improves, tax revenues rise, civic            households and families.
engagement is strengthened, and the costs of crime,                A broad educational experience provides the
poverty, and health care are diminished; in short, the              communication skills as well as creative and critical
human condition is dramatically improved.11                         thinking skills necessary to perform in an economy that
                                                                    demands its workers develop habits of lifelong learning.
A well-educated society is the foundation of a thriving
                                                                   Evidence shows that a college education increases
middle class—individuals and families with a comfortable
                                                                    ones sense of life satisfaction or overall happiness.
standard of living and significant economic security. The
strength of the middle-class is significant to the future of       Societies that have higher levels of education are safer
the U.S. and the State of Utah. The middle-class is the             and have less poverty.
largest contributor and, therefore, the foundation of the           Source: College Board, Education Pays: The Benefits of Higher
country’s and state’s tax base. The middle-class supports           Education for Individuals and Society, 2010
public services like education, as well as social services
like Medicaid and Social Security. Its growth leads to be       “The non-tangible benefits of receiving a college
betterment of all. Its decline could lead to an economic        degree are, at minimum, equivalent to the monetary
maelstrom with tax revenues spiraling downward as more          ones, and they extend from individuals to families and
                                                                communities.” - Utah Women in Education Task Force
people fall out of the middle class and increase the
population that draws upon social and public services.

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More Jobs Will Require Higher
Education
The vast majority of jobs in the future economy will
require some level of postsecondary education. The Center
on Education and the Workforce at Georgetown University
reports that two-thirds of all jobs by 2018 will require a
postsecondary degree or certificate.12 Their analysis also        Occupational      High School       Some        Associate’s     Total
indicates that occupations with high levels of non-repetitive       Groups             or less       College       or Higher      Jobs
tasks, such as managerial and professional jobs, tend to        Managerial and         34,000         18,000        123,000      172,000
require post secondary training and education. These types      Professional                          (10%)          (72%)
                                                                Office
of jobs are growing while jobs that require repetitive tasks
                                                                Science &               8,000         9,000         83,000       101,000
that can be automated, like projection jobs, are declining.     Technology                            (9%)          (83%)
                                                                                        6,000         5,000         48,000        59,000
Other noteworthy national state research organizations          Community
                                                                                                      (8%)          (82%)
                                                                Services and Arts
predict the same or similar rise in education requirements of
the national workforce, including the Lumina Foundation,                                8,000         7,000         85,000        99,000
                                                                Education
The College Board Advocacy and Policy Center, the Bill and                                            (8%)          (86%)
Melinda Gates Foundation, the White House, and the Utah         Healthcare
                                                                                       16,000         26,000        69,000       112,000
Department of Workforce Services.                                                                     (23%)         (62%)
                                                                Food & Personal        83,000         14,000         92,00       234,000
                                                                Services                               (6%)          (39%)
According to this research, no longer can a person expect to
enter into or remain a part of the middle-class with only a     Sales and Office      163,000         56,000        265,000      486,000
                                                                Support                               (12%)          (54%)
high school diploma or less. The Georgetown University
                                                                                      229,000         31,000        123,000      488,000
report emphasizes this point: “As the economy gets back         Blue Collar                            (6%)          (25%)
on track over the next five years, 60 million Americans are
at risk of being locked out of the middle class, toiling in                           584,000        173,000        890,000      1,647,00
                                                                TOTAL
predominantly low-wage jobs that require high school                                                  (4%)           (54%)           0
diplomas or less.” Without direct intervention and a            Source: The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce,
thoughtful plan for an educated workforce, the middle-class     June 2010
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Utah Will Require a More Educated Workforce by 2018

According to the Georgetown report, 66 percent of all jobs
                                                                      Two-thirds of New Jobs Will Require Some
in Utah by 2018 will require postsecondary education.
                                                                              Postsecondary Education
          Percentage of Jobs Requiring
         Postsecondary Degrees by 2018                                                                     High school dropouts
                                                                                 8%    9%
                                                                                                           High school graduates
                                                                       19%
                                                                                               26%         Some college

                                                                                                           Associate's degree

                                                                                                           Bachelor's degree
        66% of all jobs will require
                                                                           27%           11%
        postsecondary education                                                                            Graduate degree
          by 2018; this is the 8th
          highest percentage in                                       Source: The Georgetown University Center on Education
                the nation.                                           and the Workforce, “Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and
                                                                      Education Requirements through 2018,” June 2010

                                                             As the figure above illustrates, the Georgetown University report
                                                             estimates that 54% of jobs in Utah will require an associate’s
        National Average: 63%
                                                             degree or higher by the year 2018. Another 11% will require some
        of all jobs will require
                                                             training beyond high school, primarily certificates. (Most of
            postsecondary
          education by 2018                                  these, however, do not produce a livable wage independent of
                                                             additional certification or degrees.) Thus, 65%, or two-thirds of
                                                             jobs will require at least some post-secondary education.

                                                             Utah’s goal is built upon the Georgetown University estimates and
                                                             adds to it, calling for 55% of its workforce to have an associate’s
                                                             degree or higher and an additional the 11% with some other
                                                             postsecondary credential by 2020.
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Where Are We Now?                                                                 Percent of 25-64- Year Olds with an
                                                                                    Associates's Degree or Higher
The United States no longer leads the world in educational
attainment, and Utah is not a leading state in the nation.                  Russian Federation                                         54%
Despite the importance of higher education, national levels of degree                  Canada                                        48%
attainment are slacking. According to the National College Board
                                                                                         Israel                                 44%
Advocacy and Policy Center, only 39% of Americans age 25-64 have
                                                                                        Japan                                  41%
earned an associate’s degree or higher.13 Over the last generation
the U.S. has slid from 1st to 10th in educational attainment of persons          New Zealand                                   41%
having earned an associate’s degrees or higher. Of the top ten                   United States                                 39%
countries in educational attainment, the U.S. now trails the Russian                   Finland                            36%
Federation (54%), Canada (48%), Israel (44%) and Japan (40%).14                         Korea                            35%
The U.S. to slide even further once the 2010 Census is completed. 15                  Norway                             34%
                                                                                     Austrailia                          34%
Utah has declined from 3rd in the nation for postsecondary attainment
in 196016 to 26th in 2006.17 Currently, Utah’s degree attainment rate                             0%   10%   20%   30%   40%     50%   60%
is the same as the national average—39%.18

                            The long term prosperity of our nation and state are at risk if deliberate actions are not taken.
                            Thus, the National Governor’s Association (NGA) has launched its Complete to Compete initiative
     Utah’s
                            challenging states to increase their college completion rates and higher education efficiency.19
 Postsecondary
                            Even more pointedly, the Lumina Foundation (with the support of the Bill and Melinda Gates
Educational Slide
                            Foundation20 and others) has established a goal of increasing the percentage of Americans with
                            high-quality degrees and credentials to 60% by the year 2025.”21
1960    3rd in U.S.
                            Using these goals as a guideline, the Utah System of Higher Education (USHE) has determined to
                            partner with the higher and public education communities and stakeholders to raise Utah’s posts-
                            secondary educational degree attainment from 39% to 55% by 2020. To achieve this goal, the
                            State of Utah must act deliberately to improve rates of higher education participation and degree
2006   26th in U.S.         or certification completion in ways that directly build the state’s economy. Utah’s future prosperity
                            depends upon it.



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                                   THE PLAN: UTAH’S “BIG GOAL”
To meet Utah’s education and workforce needs, the Board of Regents and
Commissioner of Higher Education have set a “big goal” for Utah: to have
66% of Utahns—men and women age 25 to 64—with a postsecondary                                                  Goal for 2020:
certificate or degree by the year 2020; specifically, to have 55% of Utah’s                                    66% of Utahns age 25 to 64
workforce with an associate’s degree or higher and 11% with a post-                                            to have earned an a degree
secondary certificate that leads to a livable wage.22                                                          or certificate
This means, Utah will need to enroll an additional 76,000 students
over and above the expected growth of 33,000 students, totaling
109,000 students. (Expected growth is based on current completion
and participation rates as well as population changes over the next                                      Enrollments Needed for 55% of Utahns 25-
ten years.) Or, stated another way, Utah will need to triple the                                        64 to Achieve an Associate Degree or Higher
number of its citizens earning a postsecondary credential by 2020.

To attain Utah’s “big goal” and respond to the Governor’s charge                                        275,000
to produce a talent-force ready to meet the needs and demands




                                                                       Higher Education Enrollments
                                                                                                        250,000
of the global economy, the Board of Regents has identified the
following three strategic priorities:                                                                   225,000                                     76,000
   1. Increase the rate of student participation (high school                                                                                    Additional
                                                                                                        200,000
      graduates and returning adult learners) in postsecondary
      education programs,                                                                               175,000
   2. Increase the rate of student completion in their chosen field                                                                  33,000 Expected Growth
      of training or study; and                                                                         150,000     Current Base +
   3. Increase the level of economic innovation.
                                                                                                        125,000
Working collaboratively with the eight USHE institutions, UCAT, the
private higher education institutions in Utah, and public education,
the Board of Regents are promoting strategies and initiatives that                                    Projected USHE Enrollments
accomplish these three strategic priorities and thereby help Utah
                                                                                                      Increase needed to meet 55% Goal by 2020
achieve its “big goal.”


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Student Enrollment Challenges
Utah colleges and universities must significantly                 Capacity of USHE’s Institutions of Higher Education
increase the number of students enrolled                                                            2020 Capacity
(participation) and retained through graduation                                                         with            Capacity
                                                                                    Fall 2009
(completion) in their chosen degree or certificate        Institution                                Traditional          for
                                                                                    Headcount
training program.                                                                                     Growth in         Growth
                                                                                                     Resources
What does this mean in numbers of students?
Looking at just USHE institutions and their ability to    University of Utah          31,407            37,000           5,593
help reach the goal of 55% of Utahns with an              Utah State University       25,055            32,000           6,935
associate’s degree or higher in ten years (and
assuming current rates of participation and               Weber State                 23,331            37,700          14,369
                                                          University
retention),to reach 55% in ten years, USHE institutions
will have to enroll 109,000 more students (headcount).    Southern Utah                8,066            12,000           3,934
That’s roughly equal to adding another University of      University
Utah and Utah State University plus Weber State
                                                          Snow College                 4,368             7,500           3,132
University, Southern Utah University, Dixie State
College, and Snow College. This is about a 67%            Dixie State College          7,911            11,500           3,589
increase over the total of 164,862 students enrolled in
                                                          Utah Valley University      28,765            36,000           7,235
the fall of 2009.23
                                                          Salt Lake Community         33,774            38,600           4,826
Will significantly more students than are naturally       College
expected enroll without any intervention? According
                                                          USHE                       162,687           212,300          49,613
to latest projections, which assume current rates of
participation and completion, USHE institutions           Big Goal Target                             109,000
estimate they may be able to enroll about 49,613
more students by 2020 – about 59,387 fewer than           2020 Target                                  271,687
required by the “big goal.”24 This conservative growth    Enrollment
projection assumes increases in institutional
                                                          Distance from Target                         59,387
efficiencies, no further cuts to higher education, and
the return to levels of state support experienced over    Source: USHE, Office of Institutional Research and Analysis
the past decade.


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Capacity Challenges

The gap of 59,000 cannot be closed without an aggressive          administration to teach and support more students, and
growth strategy by USHE institutions in addition to a             c) increasing efficiency—such as repurposing existing
collaborative effort of the higher education community,           resources to support more evening, weekend, and online
both public and private, to help Utah attain its “big goal”       programs and increasing the use of facilities. Additional
without compromising on quality. Currently, 72% of Utah           examples of increased efficiency are: 1) to improve
college students attend a public institution (a USHE or           retention and completion rates (the more students retained
UCAT institution) with the rest attending a private institution   and completed, the fewer students needed in the
(not-for-profit and for-profit institutions). Portions of this    educational pipeline); 2) to increase college readiness of
increased enrollment growth—maybe even a growing                  high school students to shorten their time to degree; and 3)
percentage—could be absorbed by private institutions.             to better address the needs of working student’s access to
However, some of the private institutions are at optimum          higher education through online programs.
capacity with no plans to expand their infrastructure to
accommodate more students. It is clear that the bulk of                    Projected Sources of Student Growth
the demand for meeting the “big goal” will need to be met
by USHE institutions.

What is the optimum capacity of public institutions where              Early
                                                                                         Returning
                                                                      College,
class sizes and frequency offerings is maximized but                                      Adults,
                                                                       2,000
without compromising the quality of the individual learning                               11,000       Current
experience? It may be easy to assume that adding another                                               Growth,
student or ten to a class is as easy as adding their names                                             33,000
to the role, but it is not. Depending on the type of class                       Improved
                                                                                 Retention,
and available technologies, adding from fifty or more
                                                                                  27,000
students may impede the effectiveness of a professor to
                                                                                                Expanded
train and prepare students appropriately for the job market.                                     Pipeline,
Quality cannot be sacrificed for the sake of capacity.                                            32,000

The improvement in capacity among USHE institutions can                                                      Total: 109,000 expected
be accommodated by a) increasing physical facilities and                                                     & additional students
technological capacities; b) training additional faculty and


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Degree Targets

According to projections25 the total number
                                                                                                   Participation / Completion Matrix
of Utahns to earn an associate’s degree or
higher is projected to increase by more than                                  The following table illustrates the impact of a percentage increase in
83,000 by the year 2020. To achieve Utah’s                                    participation and completion (graduation) rates for all populations from their
“big goal” an additional 109,000 Utahns will                                  2010 rate. The numbers inside the matrix represent what percent of the “big
need to earn an associate’s degree or higher                                  goal” is met under the given conditions. The blue section represents the
by the year 2020.26 Such an increase                                          combinations of increased participation and completions rates that will meet
equates to roughly growing 4,000 more                                         the “big goal” of 55% of the Utah population holding an associate’s degree or
degrees earned by Utahns per year over the                                    higher by the year 2020. The red sections are combinations that will fall short
                                                                              of the big goal. These estimates are based on current participation/
next ten years.
                                                                              completion rates and the changes in the Utah18-65 year old population.

In addition to the degrees necessary to
achieve the “big goal,” Utah will also need
more of its population earning graduate                                                            Percent of "Big Goal" Attained by the Year 2020
degrees. State-wide prosperity relies upon                                     10%   103%   109%    114%   120%   125% 131% 136% 141%           147%   152%    158%
                                                Participation Rate Increase
                                                                                9%    97%   102%    107%   112%   117% 123% 128% 133%           138%   143%    148%
expertise and leadership associated with
                                                                                8%    90%    95%    100%   105%   110% 115% 119% 124%           129%   134%    139%
advanced degrees. For instance, many                                            7%    84%    88%     93%    97%   102% 106% 111% 115%           120%   124%    129%
economic sectors in Utah already require a                                      6%    77%    82%     86%    90%    94%    98% 103% 107%         111%   115%    119%
steady supply of master- and doctorate-                                         5%    71%    75%     79%    83%    87%    90%    94%      98%   102%   106%    110%
level skilled employees. This demand will                                       4%    64%    68%     72%    75%    79%    82%    86%      90%    93%    97%    100%
grow throughout the next decade. USHE                                           3%    58%    61%     65%    68%    71%    74%    78%      81%    84%    87%     91%
institutions will continue to develop high-                                     2%    52%    55%     58%    61%    63%    66%    69%      72%    75%    78%     81%
caliber, industry-driven, and research/                                         1%    45%    48%     51%    53%    56%    58%    61%      64%    66%    69%     71%
                                                                                0%    39%    41%     43%    46%    48%    50%    53%      55%    57%    59%     62%
entrepreneurial graduate programs to meet
                                                                                       0%     1%      2%     3%     4%     5%     6%       7%     8%     9%     10%
the expanding social, economic, and civic
                                                                                                                    Completion Rate Increase
needs of the state. Utah’s next generation of
leaders in science, medicine, engineering,
business, and civics will emerge from Utah’s                                            Source: USHE, Office of Institutional Research and Analysis
research and masters’ universities.



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Livable Wage Calculation for Utah                                                     Typical Hourly Wages in Utah
                                                                                                                        Typical
                                                                                 Occupational Area
Utah’s big goal emphasizes certificates and degrees that can produce a                                                   Wage
livable wage. The livable wage shown below is the hourly rate that an            Management                             $33.54
individual must earn to support a family if he or she is the sole provider       Business & Financial Operations        $25.30
and is working full-time (2080 hours per year). The state minimum wage is        Computer & Mathematical                $26.34
the same for all individuals, regardless of how many dependents they may         Architecture & Engineering             $27.32
have. The poverty rate is typically quoted as gross annual income. The           Life, Physical & Social Science        $21.98
table shows both the annual income and hourly wage for the sake of               Community & Social Services            $15.43
comparison. Wages that are less than the living wage are shown in red.           Legal                                  $26.25
                                                                                 Education, Training & Library          $16.11
                     Livable Wage Calculations for Utah                          Arts, Design, Entertainment,
                                                                                                                        $16.68
                                                                                 Sports & Media
   Hourly       One      One Adult,     Two      Two Adults,       Two Adults,   Healthcare Practitioner &
                                                                                                                        $25.90
   Wages        Adult    One Child     Adults     One Child       Two Children   Technical
                                                                                 Healthcare Support                     $15.43
Poverty
                 $5.04         $6.68     $6.49            $7.81          $9.83   Protective Service                     $15.14
Wage
                                                                                 Food Preparation & Serving
                                                                                                                         $8.37
Minimum                                                                          Related
                 $7.25         $7.25     $7.25            $7.25          $7.25
Wage                                                                             Building & Grounds Cleaning &
                                                                                                                         $9.39
                                                                                 maintenance
Living Wage      $7.84       $15.26     $12.23        $19.64            $25.66
                                                                                 Personal Care & Services                $9.92
Required                                                                         Sales and Related                      $12.32
Annual         $16,308      $31,736    $25,444       $40,847           $53,375
Salary                                                                           Office & Administrative Support        $12.04
                                                                                 Farming, Fishing and Forestry          $11.95
                                                                                 Construction and Extraction            $15.79
            Degree & Certificate Definitions for Utah’s Big Goal                 Installation, Maintenance & Repair     $17.07
   Degree:                                 Certificate:                          Production                             $14.20
    - A minimum 1 year in college           - 900 cumulative hours               Transportation and Material
                                            - 30 credits                                                                $14.07
    - May be less than 1 year for some                                           Moving
      specific degree programs                                                   Source: Utah Department of Workforce
                                                                                 Services



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Strategic Priorities
Utah’s challenge to increase the scope and quality of education
over the next decade in order to meet the demands of the global
economy will test our collective commitment to work together and       Target: More Utahns with degrees in higher education
our resolve to sustain this vision.

To mark the path before us, the Board of Regents has identified the
                                                                                     Returning
following three strategic priorities:
                                                                                      Adults
   1. Increase the rate of student participation in postsecondary                                        Current
      education programs. (Sources include an expanded high                                              Growth
                                                                                   Early
      school to college pipeline, early college for some high                     College
      school students, and returning adults.)
   2. Increase the rate of student completion in their chosen field         Improved
      of training or study. (Begins with improved student                   Retention
      retention.)
   3. Increase the level of economic innovation. (To provide                                     Expanded
      employment opportunities for graduates and to strengthen                                    Pipeline
      higher education.)
                                                                                                                   Economic
                                                                                                                   Innovation
The following discussion examines these strategic priorities in more
                                                                       Outcomes: More Utahns with better jobs;
detail, setting forth the rationale for these approaches and
                                                                                 Increased economic prosperity
beginning to articulate the challenges Utah faces in meeting them.

This presentation is meant to be a brief overview of some of the
salient issues and to open the door for further discussion and
collaboration. In the interest of space, the discussion focuses more
on the problems to be addressed than on the existing strengths we
have to build upon. Nevertheless, these strengths are significant
and will be part of our on-going discussions and strategies.




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Strategic Priority 1: Increase the Rate of Student Participation
Expanding the Continuum of Education

From the high school student who can’t wait to be done with school to the
college student who can’t wait for his education to be over, as a society,
we generally view education as a terminal, rather than a life-long activity.

       Life-long learning has always been desirable, but life-long education
       is more and more a necessity. With rapid increases in technology,
       today’s workplace requires workers who are willing to learn and
       change as occupational demands change.




                                                                Aspirations for higher education begin at an early age and are
                                                                fostered by parents, teachers, counselors, and other mentors.
                                                                We need encourage youth from all backgrounds to aspire and
                                                                provide the opportunities for them to do so.

                                                                       Even adults can aspire higher. Many have made found
                                                                       greater fulfillment and made greater contributions to
                                                                       society by adding a higher degree to their existing
                                                                       education and work experience.



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The High School to College Pipeline

Increase College Enrollment from High School. We will need to
increase the number of prepared students enrolling in college from high
school. While our high school graduation rate of 88%27 is one of the highest in
the nation, our high school to college rate is much lower. In 2008, of the 88%
who graduated from high school, 44% went to college within one year of high
school graduation. Of the total population of 19 year olds in Utah, only 36%
enrolled directly in college out of high school.28

Some of this gap between high school graduation and college enrollment is
accounted for by the “Mormon mission phenomena,” where many young men
                                                                                   Points of Discussion:
(typically age 19-21) and young women (age 21-22) of the Mormon faith
serve a two year or eighteen month church mission respectively. However, if          12% of Utah’s population is between 18 to
we look at college enrollment within three years post graduation, we find that        24 years old, the highest proportion in the
                                                                                      nation (U.S. Census).
64% of 2007 high school graduating class had attended at least one semester
of college. Thus, missionary service may account for about 20% of the gap.           This population has the greatest potential
                                                                                      impact on achieving Utah’s big goal within
Other circumstances that may account for this gap are insufficient financial          the next decade.
resources and the rising cost of higher education, inadequate preparation for        88% of high school age youth graduate in
college, low high school performance, lack of career direction, and low               Utah, according to the Utah State Office of
expectation for college (especially among minorities and women). These                Education (USOE). This is one of the
issues will be discussed in more detail hereafter.                                    highest percentages in the nation.
                                                                                     44% of high school graduates in 2008
Notably the 2008 Measuring Up report indicates that student enrollment in             went to college within one year of high
college by age 19 has dropped by 14% in Utah since the early 1990s, in                school graduation (USOE).
contrast to a nationwide increase of 8%.29 The report indicates that the state’s     36% of Utah’s 19-year old population
decrease is due to a decline in the percentage of students graduating from            enrolled in college. (This number includes
high school and a drop in the percentage of graduates going on to college.            immigrants who did not graduate from
Some observers attribute part of this decline to changing demographics in the         Utah high schools.) Utah ranks 28th in the
state, but these demographic issues will need to be addressed for the state as        nation. (Measuring Up, 2008)
a whole to advance. Parents also will need to become more active partners            A high school diploma will no longer be
with the schools in encouraging their children to prepare for higher education.       sufficient to earn a family-sustaining wage
                                                                                      in Utah (discussed previously).

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Current ACT participation and results are a good indicator of Utah’s high   Points of Discussion:
school students’ inclination toward and preparation for college.
                                                                              The chart below indicates that only 26% of
      For the class of 2010, 71% of the graduating class took the ACT®        students in Utah taking the ACT met the
       test, the college entrance exam required by most of Utah’s              benchmarks in all four subjects.
       institutions of higher education.                                      Only 45% of Utah students taking the ACT
                                  th
       Last year, about 23% of 10 grade students took the PLAN® test,          met the benchmark in mathematics; only
                                                                               32% met the benchmark in science.
       (the pre-ACT test taken by college-bound sophomores).
                                                                              An insufficient number of high school
      Last year, about 5% of 8th-grade students took ACT’s EXPLORE®           students are looking toward college in their
       test, intended to help students choose a career direction and plan      early high school and middle school years.
       high school courses.
                                                                              The number of students taking the ACT is
                                                                                      too low to meet Utah’s big goal.



                                                                                          ACT Benchmark Scores

                                                                                          Minimum ACT scores that
                                                                                          indicted graduates are ready
                                                                                          for entry-level college
                                                                                          coursework are:
                                                                                                   English – 18
                                                                                                   Mathematics – 22
                                                                                                   Reading – 21
                                                                                                   Science – 24

                                                                                          Students with this minimum
                                                                                          score have a 50% chance of
                                                                                          a B grade or higher (and a
                                                                                          75% chance of a C grade or
                                                                                          higher) in college-level entry
                                                                                          class.



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The current number of college students in remedial courses
                                                                    Points of Discussion:
is another indicator of student preparation for college. A
significant number of students entering college are unprepared        Students need to have completed Algebra I, Algebra II,
to begin college-level coursework in all subject areas,                Geometry, and Pre-Calculus to be prepared for College
particularly in mathematics. Open enrollment institutions in           Algebra. Students planning to major in some STEM
                                                                       disciplines also need to complete Calculus.
particular devote considerable resources to remedial
education, but all institutions are affected (see table below).       Utah requires three years of mathematics for
                                                                       graduation. Less than half of all high school seniors
The chart to the left indicates that 53% of students requiring         in Utah enroll in any mathematics class.
remediation are in the 19-to-24 age group. Of that group,             Students who don’t take math in their senior year of
14% enrolled directly out of high school in 2008. Others in the        high school are frequently required to take remedial
group include continuing students who had previously enrolled          math because they have forgotten too much. Even more
out of high school and students who postponed college                  so if they postpone college for a two-year mission.
enrollment for a year or two.                                         Many students are unable to select STEM majors in
                                                                       college because they are unprepared in mathematics.
                   Remedial Course Registrations
                    (from unduplicated individuals)
                 in USHE Institutions, AY 2008-2009                                  Remedial Credit Hours by
   Institution   English    Math     Reading     Writing   Total                       Age Group 2008-09
   USU                      1,479                          1,479                                                           Over 50
                                                                                                               40-50
   WSU              868     2,880                          3,748                                                4%           1%
   SUU                        306                            306                                       31-40           Under 17
                                                                                            25-30       10%              0%
   Snow              79       419                            498                             16%
   DSC              665       926                          1,591
                                                                                                               17-18
   CEU              118       293                            411                                                16%
   UVU            1,497     4,967                          6,464
   SLCC                     7,055      1,251      2,610    10,916                              19-24
   Total          3,227    18,325      1,251      2,610    25,413                               53%

   Source: USHE, Office of Institutional Research and Analysis




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Create higher expectations for K-12 students.                     Points of Discussion:
At their August 6, 2010 meeting, the Utah State Board of             Some high school students consider that the greater part
Education (USOE) adopted the K-12 Common Core State                   of their work is finished after they have taken their college
Standards for Mathematics and English Language Arts. The              entrance and state exams in their junior year.
Common Core State Standards, adopted by 33 other states,
                                                                     How can we make the senior year of high school more
provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are        productive?
expected to learn, so teachers and parents know what they
need to do to help them. The standards are designed to be            How can we increase dialog and collaboration between
robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge       secondary education and higher education at all levels?
and skills that our young people need for success in college
and careers.
                                                                  Recommendations from USOE Mathematics Steering
                                                                  Committee Final Report, Is Utah Math Ready, 2009
USOE is now working on implementation plans and support
documents. The higher education community supports them             Require the study of mathematics in the senior year of
in this endeavor as they consider recommendations from               high school.
ACT30 and from the USOE Mathematics Steering
                                                                    Promote a statewide effort addressing the importance,
Committee31, some of which are presented here.
                                                                     relevance, and necessity of mathematics in education
                                                                     and for career and post-high school readiness.
              Recommendations from ACT
               “QualityCore” Curriculum                             Increase counseling support for parents and
                                                                     students to better acquire critical mathematics skills
       Mathematics              English
                                                                     necessary for choice in post-secondary pathway
        - Algebra I              - English 9
        - Algebra II             - English 10                        selection.
        - Geometry               - English 11                       Create a culture and provide supports so that all
        - Pre-Calculus           - English 12                        students will graduate from high school.
       Science                  Social Studies                      Encourage representatives from post-secondary
        - Biology                - U.S. History                      institutions, business, and industry to be available
        - Chemistry              - Two other courses
                                                                     as resources to teachers, counselors and students.
        - Physics
                                                                  Robert Moses, founder of the Algebra Project, describes
      Adopt rigorous core curriculum whether students
                                                                  mathematics literacy as a civil right. Increasingly, Algebra 2
      are bound for college or for work.
                                                                  is becoming the gateway to both workforce training and
      Help students keep their options open.                      college entrance.

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Improve Early College Programs.   Points of Discussion:
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Strengthen College Advising.          College Counseling in the Middle
and High Schools builds a college-going culture among students and
help students and families understand the value of college. To create
this culture, school counseling programs must ensure that students
and families understand the importance of taking college-preparatory
courses, know how to navigate the college admission process, and
comprehend the financial aid processes. Middle school college
counseling programs are especially helpful to ensure that students are
completing course work that will allow them to participate in a college
preparatory curriculum upon entering high school.32

While adequate advising by school counselors are essential to help
students prepare for college and make difficult decisions about
educational opportunities, school counselors in Utah schools, like
those across the nation are extremely overloaded in the number of
students to whom they must provide services. To reach Utah’s big
goal, we will need funds dedicated to hiring quality advisors and             “Within schools, no professional is more important
supporting them by comprehensive college counseling programs.                 to improving college enrollments than counselors.
We will also need the capacity to train counselors to meet this need.         Research clearly shows that counselors, when
                                                                              consistently and frequently available and allowed
Points of Discussion:                                                         to provide direct services to students and parents,
                                                                              can be a highly effective group of professionals
   Utah averages one counselor to 772 students (one of the highest           who positively impact students' aspirations,
    ratios in the nation); the national average is one counselor to 467       achievements, and financial aid knowledge.”
    students. (National College Board, The College Completion Agenda)
                                                                              Patricia McDoghough, “Counseling and
   The National College Board, Advocacy & Policy Center recommends           College Counseling in America’s High Schools,”
    one counselor to 250 students if we are to meet the nation’s goals        University of California.
    for increasing participation and completion in higher education.
   For students who are potentially the first generation in their families
    to attend college (including many in Utah’s large immigrant
    population), college advising is even more critical because students
    lack the advantage parental experience.



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                                                                                       No student in Utah with a desire for higher
Increase Student Access to Financial Aid. With the rising cost of tuition              education and the ability to succeed should
necessitated by budget cuts and the increased demands on public higher                 walk away from the endeavor because of
education institutions, affordability is a huge obstacle for many students. In         the expense.
addition to merit-based scholarships, which typically go to students who are
already college bound and who have greater access to financial resources,
                                                                                            Total Grant Dollars per Population
Utah has an urgent need to provide need-based financial aid. By all measures,
                                                                                                        Age 18-24
Utah provides among the lowest amounts of financial aid per population than
any of the other states. 33 In fact, the Measuring Up, 2008 report gives Utah an
“F” in affordability.                                                                   $800.00
                                                                                        $700.00
The correlation between lower income families and the likelihood of their               $600.00
children not participating in college is significant. Utah ranks 42nd in the U.S.       $500.00
for college participation rates for students from low-income families, in large         $400.00
part because Utah has not established any needs-based aid programs of any               $300.00
                                                                                        $200.00
significance.34 The state’s investment in need-based financial aid is very low
                                                                                        $100.00
when compared with top performing states; families in Utah devote an average
                                                                                          $0.00
of 21% of the family income to keep one child in college. 35 (And most
                                                                                                     Utah     National   1st State
families in Utah have more than one child.) Without addressing need-based                           (48th)    Average      (S.C.)
aid, Utah will only exacerbate the divide between the “haves” and “have-nots.”

        Utah State Appropriations, FY10-11              Points of Discussion:
                Type                    Amount             Utah ranks 48th (of 52) states in grant dollars per population age 18-24.
Student Financial Aid                   $3,316,300          (National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs 40th
Utah Centennial Opportunity Program     $1,418,400
                                                            Annual Survey Report, 2008-2009)
for Education Grant (UCOPE)                                Utah ranks 42nd for college participation of students from low-income
UECSP                                      $39,200          families. (Postsecondary Education Opportunity #188, February 2008)
Minority Scholarship                       $36,900         Low income and minority students who receive grants are more likely to
UTAP                                       $36,900          persist than those who receive loans. (Educational Policy Institute,
New Century                             $5,579,000          StudentRetintion.org)
Regents'                                $2,624,300         The state’s investment in need-based financial aid is very low when
Total                                  $13,051,000          compared with top performing states, and Utah does not offer low-priced
                                                            college opportunities. (Measuring Up, 2008)


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Raising Educational Attainment for Everyone

Adult Students (25-64+). We also need to increase the
participation and completion rates of returning adult learners (age 25
and older). This includes those who have never completed a degree
as well as those who seek additional training. According to the U.S.
Department of Education, 40% of today’s students are aged 25 and
older.36 In Utah, 36% of students in USHE institutions are over 25.37
The Utah population 25-45 is estimated to grow by approximately
28% over the next 10 years.38 By comparison, the number of Utah
High school graduates is estimated to grow by only 24%39 over the
same time period. In order to meet Utah’s “big goal,” those over 25
must be included.
                                                                                      Adult Learners in Utah
Institutions of higher education constantly face the challenges          Demographics
associated with providing education and services to dislocated and
under-employed workers who fall outside the profile of the traditional    Utah’s 25-45 age group is estimated to grow by
                                                                          about 28% over the next 10 years.
college student. The severity of these needs fluctuates, depending
on local, state, and national economic trends. In the current             36% of students in USHE institutions are over 25
economy, the Utah Department of Workforce Services (DWS) reports
                                                                         Background
that 55,900 jobs had been lost in 2009.40 Even though a significant
number of jobs have been created, it doesn’t follow that those who        - Unemployed, needing training or retraining
lost the old jobs were hired for the new ones. Frequently, retraining     - Underemployed, needing training or retraining
through further education is required.
                                                                          - Veterans, needing to resume or begin training
 Common barriers to enrollment for this age group:                        - Displaced homemakers, needing training
   External commitments – families, work, time constraints
   Under preparation – long absence from education                       - Incomplete degrees, needing to resume training
   Difficulty transferring credits from a former institution             - Career changes, needing retraining
   Uncertainty about financial and educational procedures
   Inflexible financial aid policies for half-time students              - Career advancement, need additional training
   Lack of affordable, flexible, quality child care



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Minorities in Higher Education. In tackling the “big goal,” Utah must             Population Growth, 1990-2000
recognize its rapidly changing demographics. Over the past decade Utah
has changed from a mostly homogenous state to one that is more ethnically
diverse. By the year 2020 over one-fifth (approximately 22%) of Utah’s
population will be an ethnic minority.41 This is evident today in elementary
schools across the state. Presently, ethnic minority populations                       Minority
are significantly under-represented in completion of higher education. Of               33%
the degrees awarded from USHE institutions in 2008-2009, 10.7% were                                       White
awarded to students from minority populations, while these groups comprise                             Non-Hispanic
approximately 18% of the state population.42 This must change.                                             67%

The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education reports that Utah
has a 17% gap between whites and all minorities in the percentage of 18- to
 24-year-olds enrolled in college, which is one of the largest gaps in the
nation. The gap between whites and Hispanics is 29%.43 The disparity
begins much earlier than college. Utah’s high school class of 2008
graduated 70% of Hispanic students compared with 91 percent of white
students – only 16% of whom enrolled in college compared with 45% of
whites. 44 While Hispanics comprise 12.3% of Utah’s population, they
comprise only 5.4% of its college enrollment and 3.6% of those who receive       Utah Hispanics in Higher Education
degrees (2008/2009).45 These trends must be reversed if Utah is to remain                   2008-2009
economically competitive and its residents relevant in the workplace.          Percent of Utah population        12.3%

Unless Utah’s children succeed in K-12 education, they will not enroll in      Percent of USHE enrollment         5.4%
higher education. Thus, Utah must help its emergent minority population        Percent of USHE graduates          3.6%
advance from elementary and intermediate schools and graduate from high
school prepared for college. As discussed earlier, the gap between Hispanic
and white students in higher education is one of the highest in the nation.
This makes community support as well as partnerships between K-12 and
higher education vitally important to close this enrollment gap and make
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Women in Higher Education. The number of Utah women going to
college lags national trends with only 49% enrolled opposed to 57%
nationally.46 According to report of the Utah Women and Education Project
(UWEP), “Utah has the largest gap between the share of men and women
with college educations of any state.” Since the education of women has
been clearly linked to a variety of economic and social indicators, including
healthier babies and improved early childhood education,47 this gap is
serious. The UWEP task force is currently researching the causes and
potential solutions of this problem.



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Strategic Priority 2: Increase the Rate of Student Completion
We need to retain and graduate more of the students who enroll at our
institutions. Too many Utah students leave college before completing a                        It takes three-to-five times as
degree. According the College Boards 2010 Progress report, only 49% of                        much money to recruit a new
Utah’s first-time, full-time, freshmen complete a bachelor’s degree within                    student as it does to retain an
six years of starting their program of study. Additionally, only 40% of first-                already enrolled student.
time, full-time students pursuing an associate’s degree complete within
three years of beginning their program.48                                                     - Noel, Levitz, & Saluri, 1985

A formative measure of progress toward completion is the year-to-year
retention of students in higher education. Utah’s retention rates are well
below the national average. According to ACT, the 2007 National Collegiate,
the national first-to-second year retention rates was 64% for two-year colleges and 72% for four-year public colleges.
USHE institutions’ average retention rates are 54% and 63% for two-year and four-year institutions respectively. Some are
much lower than this. Given the economic consequences of foregoing higher education, this continuing exodus is concerning.

              Financial Perspective. Student recruitment efforts require substantial institutional expenditures (including
              hiring of staff, travel funding, and marketing costs). In contrast, retention initiatives designed to foster
              student success and manage enrollment are estimated to be 3-5 times more cost-effective than
              recruitment efforts. That is, it takes 3-5 times as much money to recruit a new student than it does to
              retain an already enrolled student.49 Thus, for every student who does not complete a degree, the state
              loses a substantial financial investment.

              Institutional Perspective. Our institutions of higher education can best fulfill their mission statements when they
              are able to retain and graduate the maximum number of their students. Institutions can do much to set a
              climate of success. USHE will commit its leadership and resources to assisting them in this endeavor.

              In order to keep the focus clearly on the “big goal,” we will shift the assessment of progress from the number of
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Individual Perspective. There are many reasons a person leaves
college, from financial concerns and family responsibilities to poor
academic performance and lack of direction. These decisions,                         Improving Student Outcomes
however, are often made with short-term solutions in mind, rather
than the long-term perspective. Over a life-time, this decision will       While graduating more students is critical, the quality
have far-reaching ramifications. Based on current U.S. Census              of the students that Utah institutions graduate is even
Bureau data, lifetime earnings estimates over a 40 year working span       more critical. Thus, an increased focus on improving
                                                                           student outcomes will be essential. One approach to
indicate that an individual with a bachelor’s degree will accumulate
                                                                           raising student outcomes is through education that
approximately $1.7 million dollars ($55,700 a year) as opposed to          engages students as active participants in the
$1.0 million ($33,800 a year) for a high school graduate (national         learning process.
averages).50 Additionally, workers with more education are more
likely to enjoy the benefits of good health care and retirement            Extensive research, conducted on students at post-
programs and avoid lay-offs in times of economic down-turn. The            secondary institutions, has shown that engaged
                                                                           learning activities improve student success and
timely intervention of counselors and advisors could play a key role       retention. Curriculum-based, engaged learning
helping students resolve issues that might otherwise keep them from        activities include (but are not limited to):
completing their degrees.                                                    - Undergraduate and graduate research
                                                                             - Faculty mentored projects (individual and
      An incomplete 4-year degree doesn’t have as much                         collaborative)
      earning power as a completed 2-year degree.                            - Internships and cooperative education
                                                                               opportunities,
                                                                             - Study abroad and international field work, and
Leveraging Resources. Our institutions of higher education have many         - Service learning.
resources available to assist with student retention and persistence to
graduation – advising, tutoring, financial aid, developmental and          These types of activities improve understanding and
success classes, and support for targeted populations, to name a           retention of course material and increase student
                                                                           interest and commitment. They provide students with
few. Some of these student services are excellent; still, there is         opportunities to apply and expand discipline-specific
room for improvement. And even the best of services are of little          knowledge in a real-world context. They also provide
value if the students for whom they were intended don’t use them.          students with professional experience, training and
Institution by institution, and as a collective whole, we need to ensure   networking for expanding career opportunities.
that our student services are aligned with the needs of our student
                                                                           We call upon members of the business community to
population and are equipped with effective interventional programs.
                                                                           provide more internship and similar opportunities, and
                                                                           upon members of the civic community to provide
                                                                           more service learning opportunities.

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Strategic Priority 3: Increase the Level of Economic Innovation
As Utah increases its participation and completion rates, it must also grow in
meaningful employment opportunities for its graduates. These opportunities
are created as students graduate with the requisite talent aligned with the
needs of companies to grow their business. Whether it is by training the
technician, improving existing operations for increased profitability, or
coaching start-up companies, colleges and universities nurture individuals
and companies that grow the state’s economy. Additionally, they create new
knowledge by supporting research endeavors that generate technology that
can be profitably transferred to the marketplace.

Colleges and universities are by nature clusters of creative, innovative
individuals engaged in a collective effort to develop new ideas and apply
them to mankind’s most vexing problems. At its best, higher education
challenges those enrolled to apply what they are learning in the world around
them—to develop approaches that can potentially become new companies
that generate jobs for Utahns.

The Board of Regents’ priority to increase the level of economic innovation
will be accomplished through talent-force development, research,
technology transfer, and by nurturing individuals and companies that create
new knowledge, businesses, and jobs. To foster economic innovation, we
must 1) align education to meet future talent-force needs, and 2) establish
a climate where partnerships between government, education, and industry
flourish.




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Aligning Education to Meet Future Talent-Force Needs

Economic innovation doesn’t happen in a vacuum. As                       For example, it is expected that within the by the year
leaders we must be alert to the national and international               2018, there will be a 44% increase in job openings in
trends that are shaping workforce needs and shape our                    computer engineering, a 10% increase in electric/
educational solutions accordingly. For instance, today’s                 electronic technology jobs, and a 41% increase in
career pathways are in occupations rather than in careers.               registered nursing jobs in Utah.52 It is incumbent upon the
According to the Center on Workforce and Education,                      higher education and technical training institutions to align
workers will tend to be more attached to the occupations                 course curricula and educational programs with business
they will be filling than to the specialized industries in which         opportunities and industry needs Utah must do a better job
they work.51 Not only will we need to train an innovative                at developing a talent-force ready to take advantage of the
talent-force with broad-based skills, we will need to be                 opportunities and meet the needs of the knowledge-based
savvy about where we deploy scarce development                           economy if it is to be prosperous in the future.
resources.
                                                       Example of recent
                                                       Utah Department of
     “We owe it to our students, and to                Workforce Services
                                                                                      Highest Paying Utah Metro Occupations
    the future of our state, to provide an                                             with 100 or More Annual Openings, 2010 - 2016
                                                       Report
    education that prepares our youth to
    compete in the global marketplace.              Computer and Information Systems Managers                                        500
    This will not happen, however,                             Medical/Health Services Managers                              360
    without renewed and sustained                        Education Administrators, Postsecondary                       300
    emphasis in the areas of science,
                                                                                        Dentists                     270
    technology, engineering and math.
    Indeed, many of the jobs available                                           Sales Managers              130
    today—and those our students will                                        Financial Managers              130
    seek in the future—already require
                                                                                        Lawyers          100
    these skills.”1
                                                       Computer Software Engineers, Applications         100
            - Governor Gary R. Herbert                    Computer Software Engineers, Systems…          100
                                                                   General/Operations Managers           100

                                                                                                   0   100     200   300     400   500     600



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The alignment of education and employment needs is
                                                                Employers Say Colleges Should Place More Emphasis
challenging for several reasons. One reason is the limited
                                                                       on the Following Learning Outcomes
communication of workforce needs and employment
opportunities among stakeholders - higher education, the         Ability to communicate effectively both orally and
business community, government (including Workforce               in writing                                                   (89%)
Services), and the public. Another is students’ selection of     Critical thinking and analytical reasoning skills            (81%)
degree programs that may not align with these needs and          Ability to apply knowledge and skills to real-world
opportunities. Utah higher education and workforce data           settings through internships or hands-on experiences (79%)
could be leveraged better to educate students on career and      Ability to analyze and solve complex problems                (75%)
occupational opportunities. Equipped with such information,      Ability to connect choices & actions to ethical
faculty and career councilors could actively engage students      decisions                                                    (75%)
in identifying the training and degree programs that lead        Teamwork skills and the ability to collaborate with
them to meaningful and sustainable employment.                    others in diverse group settings                             (71%)
                                                                 Ability to innovate and be creative                          (70%)
                                                                 Concepts and new developments in science and
                                                                  technology                                                   (70%)
                                                                 Ability to locate, organize, and evaluate information
                                                                  from multiple sources                                        (68%)
                                                                 Ability to understand the global context of situations
                                                                  and decisions                                                (67%)
                                                                 Global issues and developments and their implications
                                                                  for the future                                        (65%)
                                                                 Ability to work with numbers and understand statistics (65%)
                                                                 Role of the United States in the world                       (57%)
                                                                 Cultural diversity in America and other countries            (57%)
                                                                 Civic knowledge, civic participation, and community
                                                                  engagement                                                   (52%)
                                                                 Proficiency in a foreign language                            (45%)
                                                               Source: Hart Research Associates, Raising the Bar Employers’ Views on
                                                               College Learning in the Wake of the Economic Downturn, 2010.




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Establishing a Climate Where Partnerships between Government, Education, and Industry Flourish

An increasing number of model partnerships, both in the nation and the                            Innovation at Work
state can inform our efforts to foster collaborative innovation among
Utah’s stakeholders. Initiatives like UCAP that unite colleges and                USTAR has created a number of research
                                                                                  teams at the University of Utah and Utah State
universities with state agencies (e.g., the Department of Workforce
                                                                                  University. Spearheading these teams are
Services and the Governor’s Office of Economic Development) along with            world-class innovators hungry to collaborate
state and local business leaders are examples of how the private and              with industry to develop and commercialize new
public sectors best work together to grow jobs and increase wages.                technologies. Innovation Focus Areas include:
UCAP also helps to align career tracks in business and industry with the
course offerings of higher education, which in turn grows our economy.                               Nanotechnology

Utah is at the forefront in demonstrating that higher education can be a
trusted partner in a state’s long term economic development endeavors.
Utah’s universities lead the nation in creating new businesses based on                                          Energy
university inventions. Utah’s higher education students are already
succeeding in the nation’s largest university business plan competition,
the Utah Entrepreneur Challenge. With programs like the Utah Cluster
Acceleration Partnership (UCAP) initiative and USTAR’s Technology
Outreach Program (TOP) Utah’s research universities, regional teaching               BioDevice/
                                                                                     BioPharma
colleges and universities, and community colleges are demonstrating a
capacity to support companies in their communities.

The funding for programs like USTAR (Utah Science, Technology &                                                               Imaging
                                                                                                                          Technologies
Research Initiative) is quite modest given the scale of the overall state     Medical Imaging
budget. Yet it has demonstrated that economic outcomes are enhanced           & Brain Medicine
when funding is directly targeted and dedicated to economic development
goals and initiatives. In addition, USTAR has demonstrated that the highest
levels of workforce development occur naturally when graduate students’
studies are integrated with translational research focused on
commercialization in support of Utah’s industrial clusters.




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                                                                                  Education should be viewed as an asset
Higher Education in Utah is a Great Investment
                                                                                  synonymous with economic development.
USHE is the most efficient higher education system in the U.S. It
produces more college graduates per allocated state dollar than
                                                                                                Utah’s Education Sector
any other state.53 If higher education is looked at as an economic
cluster, it is a $4.8 billion industry in Utah, which is a sound return                           Post Secondary Institutions
on the state’s estimated annual investment of $1.3 billion.54
                                                                                  Institution Sector         Employees*        Total Revenues^
Of the nearly $5 billion dollars in revenues generated by public                  Public Institutions           25,859          $4,068,352,802
postsecondary institutions in Utah, only $970 million (24%)
                                                                                  Private, Not-for-profit        7,785          $ 550,303,349
comes from state tax appropriations. These appropriations are
used in support of the teaching, building and state initiatives                   Private, For-profit            1,715          $ 182,786,977
(state grants). The balance of revenues reported come from                        Total                         35,359          $4,801,443,128
other resources such as tuition, gifts, federal grants, investment
returns and enterprise funds. Postsecondary education plays a                 *Full and part-time employees in all job categories (includes graduate
key role in attracting, creating, and supporting businesses in                  assistants, excludes all other student employment)
the state of Utah. Postsecondary education by itself employs                  ^ Revenues from all sources including investments, enterprise funds,
                                                                                grants, gifts, sale of services, tuition, and state appropriations
over 35,359 workers, not including the employment                             Source: 2009 National Center for Educational Statistics (NCES) IPEDS
opportunities it creates for students working on their campuses.                Employees by Assigned Position and Finance Surveys.
The existence of a campus in a community also provides the
economic engine for many other industries and services.

Yet, these figures don’t account for the profitability of tangential businesses
that depend upon or are created from the operation of Utah’s colleges and
universities. The total financial impact is simply incalculable; but
nonetheless, an investment in higher education is a wise economic
investment that directly impacts every community and region of the state.

Education should be viewed as an asset synonymous with economic
development. Investment today in education will yield prosperous rewards
tomorrow with a vibrant economy for Utah. A significant variable in
attracting, retaining, and growing business is the quality of a state’s
educational system—public through higher education.



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ACTION PLAN: IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES AND IDEAS
   Commissioner Sederburg has developed an “action plan” that identifies specific
   strategies and ideas for the higher education community to consider pursuing to
   help Utah realize its “big goal.” This “action plan” is currently a separate document
   for feedback and discussion purposes. Eventually, the prioritized strategies and
   ideas will be included within this section of this document, the case statement. The
   reason for the keeping the “action plan” and case statement separate for the time
   being is to facilitate focused discussions on the intent of each document.

   The case statement focuses on WHY Utah must increase the number of its
   certificate and degree holders if it is going to be prosperous in the twenty-first
   century’s knowledge-based economy. The “action plan” proposes different
   strategies and ideas about HOW Utah may attain its “big goal” through necessary
   and significant changes to the state policy and the higher education infrastructure,
   practices, and culture. It is expected that the USHE institutions will include like
   strategies to increase participation, completion, and economic innovation in their
   institutional strategic plans.

   These institutional strategies are expected to be a part of each institution’s master
   plan and will be included in the appendix section of this document. It is hoped that
   all higher education institutions—public and private—will have the focus of attaining
   Utah’s “big goal” and share the necessary data to monitor progress.




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                                                     CONCLUSION
The attainment of Utah’s “big goal” will require the collaborative
effort of the legislature, the business community, the general
public and the USHE and Utah’s private institutions. Through the
planning process that generated this plan relationships between
these entities have been forged and commitment gained to
implement strategies that will bring to fruition Utah’s “big goal.”
Specifically, the Board of Regents will work with and hold USHE
institutions accountable to support and implement the strategies
identified hereafter and in accordance to each institution’s
distinctive mission and role to help Utah attain its “big goal.” To
assist with accountability dashboards will be developed to track
the state’s progress in attaining Utah’s “big goal” focused on the
Regents’ three strategic priorities.

What are our big take-aways?

Highlights of the case statement that we want them to remember and understand and then highlight again, in simple terms,
the strategies coming from the action plan.

Goal, participation, completion, economic development -- To do this, we will implement the following strategies, which have
been broken down to immediate action and future




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      End Notes
      1
          Restore America’s Leadership in Higher Education; http://www.whitehouse.gov/issues/education
      2
          Lumina Foundation for Education, Lumina’s Big Goal, http://www.luminafoundation.org ; Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation,
           United States Program Educational Strategy, http://www.gatesfoundation.org/united-states/Pages/united-states-education-
           strategy.aspx
      3
           College Board, Education Pays: The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society, 2010,
           http://trends.collegeboard.org/files/Education_Pays_2010.pdf; Lumina Foundation for Education
      4
          Utah’s annual poverty level for a family of four is $27,564 based on Utah DWS Food stamp qualification. Utah Department of
          Workforce Services, http://jobs.utah.gov/customereducation/services/foodstamps/qualify.html (downloaded 6/9/2010)
      5
          US Communities Survey, 2008 – Utah [from p. 8]
      6
          US Communities Survey, 2008 – Utah
      7
          Employment Projections Program, U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2008
      8
          USHE, Office of Institutional Research and Analysis
      9   College Board, Education Pays: The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society, 2010, p. 4
      10
           Lumina Foundation for Education
      11
           Lumina Foundation for Education
      12
           The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, Help Wanted: Projections of Jobs and Education
           Requirements through 2018, June 2010, by Anthony P. Carnevale, Nicole Smith, Jeff Strohl,
           http://cew.georgetown.edu/jobs2018/
      13
           National College Board Advocacy and Policy Center, The College Completion Agenda, 2010,
           http://completionagenda.collegeboard.org/sites/default/files/reports_pdf/Progress_Report_2010.pdf (downloaded 8/2010);
           National Center for Educational Statistics, Comparative Indicators of Education in the United States and Other G-8 Countries:
           2009, http://nces.ed.gov/pubsearch/pubsinfo.asp?pubid=2009039
      14
           National College Board Advocacy and Policy Center
      15
           Mark Valenti, President & CEO, The Sextant Group, Inc., Society of College and University Planning, SCUP 45 th Annual,
           International Conference and Idea Marketplace, Minneapolis, MN, July 10-14, 2010.



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        16
             Utah Foundation, Research Brief, Trends in Educational Attainment: U.S. Catching Up to Utah, June 21, 2006;
             Downloaded7/16/2010 http://www.utahfoundation.org/reports/?page_id=307
        17
             U.S. Census Bureau, 2006 American Community Survey (ACS)
        18
             American Community Survey, Census Bureau, 2008
        19
             National Governors’ Association, Complete to Compete, http://www.subnet.nga.org/ci/1011/
        20
             Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
        21
             Lumina Foundation for Education. The mission of Lumina Foundation for Education is to expand access and success in
             education beyond high school, particularly among adults, first-generation college going students, low-income students and
             students of color. Lumina defines “high-quality degrees and credentials” as “degrees and certificates that have well-defined
             and transparent learning outcomes which provide clear pathways to further education and employment.”
        22
             A higher education certificate or degree is defined as any quality certificate or degree that requires at least one year of postsecondary
             education.
        23
             Utah System of Higher Education (USHE), Office of Institutional Research and Analysis, Fall Headcount 2009
        24
             USHE Enrollment Projections August 2009/I.R.; Utah Population Estimates – Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget; Lumina
             Foundation (US Communities Survey, 2008 – Utah Educational Attainment –Utah)
        25
             Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Lumina Foundation, and Utah’s Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget
             (GOPB),
        26
             Utah Population Estimates – Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget; Lumina Foundation (US Communities Survey, 2008 – Utah
             Educational Attainment –Utah); NCES/IPEDS Completions Survey 2009 – Utah
        27
             Utah State Office of Education, Data & Statistics, Graduation and Dropout Rates, http://www.schools.utah.gov/main/DATA-
             STATISTICS/Educational-Data/Graduation-Dropout-Rates.aspx
28 Measuring up 2008
29 Measuring up 2008
30 ACT
31 Mathematics group
        32   College Board, The College Completion Agenda, p. 28
33National Association of State Student Grant and Aid Programs 40 th Annual Survey Report, 2008-2009,
http://www.nassgap.org/viewrepository.aspx?categoryID=3
        34
             Postsecondary Education Opportunity #188, February 2008
        35
             National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2008 Measuring Up


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      36
           Stokes, Peter J. Hidden in Plain Sight: Adult Learners Forge a New Tradition in Higher Education,
           http://www2.ed.gov/about/bdscomm/list/hiedfuture/reports/stokes.pdf
      37
           USHE 2010 Data Book, http://www.higheredutah.org/about/research-data/
      38
           Utah GOPB Population Estimates
      39
           Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE), Knocking at the College Door: Projections of High School Graduates by
           State and Race/Ethnicity, 1992-2022, http://www.wiche.edu/knocking
      40
           Utah Department of Workforce Services, Utah’s Employment Summary, May 2010,
           http://jobs.utah.gov/wi/press/2001press/ratemay10.pdf
      41
           Pamela S. Perlich, PhD; Governor’s Education Excellence Commissioner, April 21, 2010; Utah’s Demographic Transformation: A View
           into the Future.
      42
           USHE 2010 Data Book and U.S. Census Bureau.
      43
           National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education, 2008 Measuring Up,
           http://measuringup2008.highereducation.org/print/state_reports/long/UT.pdf
      44
           Utah State Office of Education, Taskforce Report, 2010
      45
           USHE 2010 Data Book and U.S. Census Bureau
      46
           Utah Women and Education Project, Utah Valley University, Taskforce Report, 2010
      47
           College Board, Education Pays, 2010
      48
           College Board, The College Completion Agenda, 2010 Progress Report, http://completionagenda.collegeboard.org/
      49
           Noel, L., Levitz, R., & Saluri, D. (Eds.) (1985). Increasing Student Retention: New Challenges and Potential. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass,
           http://www.ohio.edu/fye/upload/retention-fiscal-benefits.pdf
      50   College Board, Education Pays, 2010
      51
           The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, Help Wanted
      52
           Occupational Supply and Demand System (OSDS), Georgia Career Information Center, Georgia State University for the U. S.
           Department of Labor , 2010, http://www.occsupplydemand.org/
      53
           NCHEMS; Higher Education and the Future of Utah, January 28, 2010
      54
           Utah Office of the Governor, Governor Jon M. Huntsman, Jr., Budget Summary, Fiscal year 2010,
           http://governor.utah.gov/budget/Budget/Agency%20Summaries/FY2010/FY2010_SumBk.pdf; p. 130.



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