2016 Wyoming Code
SECTION 21-17-115 - University technology transfer center program.

WY Stat § 21-17-115 (2016) What's This?

21-17-115. University technology transfer center program.

(a) The University of Wyoming may operate a technology transfer center and provide training to Wyoming county and municipality employees regarding current trends in transportation technology. The funding of the program shall be administered by the Wyoming department of transportation. The cost of the program shall be provided by each of the following contributing a minimum of twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) each regardless of any contribution from the federal government or other nonstate sources, or up to a maximum of thirty-one thousand two hundred fifty dollars ($31,250.00) each provided the federal government or other nonstate sources contribute an amount equal to the total monies provided by the following as specified:

(i) Wyoming department of transportation from available funds;

(ii) Counties as provided in W.S. 24-2-110(c)(i);

(iii) Cities and towns as provided in W.S. 39-17-111(d)(iii)(A);

(iv) University of Wyoming from available funds.

(b) The university shall annually certify the cost of the state's share of the program to the transportation commission which shall transfer the amounts specified in W.S. 24-2-110(c)(i) and 39-17-111(d)(iii)(A) to the university to be used for funding the program.

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