Budget Status Update All Campus Meeting December 8, 2009.
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Budget Status Update All Campus Meeting December 8, 2009
Details of the proposed FY 2008-09 Budget Reduction Plan Lapse salaries: ~$583,000Lapse salaries: ~$583,000 Positions open, will not be filled: Positions open, will not be filled: Fiscal Tech 2 Fiscal Tech 2 Human Resource Consultant I Human Resource Consultant I Maintenance Mechanic II Maintenance Mechanic II Painter Painter Custodian Custodian Administrative Assistant 4 Administrative Assistant 4 Program Manager A / Office Assistant (savings) Program Manager A / Office Assistant (savings) Director, Lake Forest Park (savings) Director, Lake Forest Park (savings) Faculty (total: $301,083) Faculty (total: $301,083)
Details of the proposed FY 2008-09 Budget Reduction Plan. Transferring Funds from 149-148 (one-time only) ~ $117,000Transferring Funds from 149-148 (one-time only) ~ $117,000 Program Assistant Program Assistant Coordinator, Distance Learning Coordinator, Distance Learning President’s Discretionary Fund / PSET: $200,000President’s Discretionary Fund / PSET: $200,000 20% across the board reductions in Goods and Services, Travel, and Hourly: ~$350,00020% across the board reductions in Goods and Services, Travel, and Hourly: ~$350,000
Details of the proposed FY 2008-09 Budget Reduction Plan TOTAL IDENTIFIED: $1,250,000 Implementation: January 1, 2009
TENTATIVE PLANNING TIMELINE December 8 – December 31, 2008: Feedback January 1 – January 16, 2009: SET will create a budget reduction draft for 2009 – 2011 January 20 – January 30, 2009: Meetings with PSET, State Board to discuss draft February 2 – February 16, 2009: Meetings with unions, Student Government and Budget Committee
TENTATIVE PLANNING TIMELINE February 17 – February 27, 2009: All Campus Meeting discussions meetings with affected individuals; meetings with the Board of Trustees March 8, 2009: Implementation begins
The “10-15-20-30” Plan @ 10%:~$2.5 million @ 15%:~$3.75 million @ 20%:~$5.0 million @ 30%:~$7.5 million
1. Apply Standards of Accreditation when determining core services essential to the mission of a comprehensive community college.(Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities, 2003 Edition) http://www.nwccu.org/Standards%20and%2 0Policies/Guide%20for%20Self- Study/Standards%20and%20Guide.htm. http://www.nwccu.org/Standards%20and%2 0Policies/Guide%20for%20Self- Study/Standards%20and%20Guide.htm Points of Consideration
Institutional Mission and Goals, Planning and Effectiveness Educational Program and Its Effectiveness Students Faculty Library and Information Resources Governance and Administration Finance Physical Resources Institutional Integrity
Points of Consideration 2. Recognizing the substantial nature of the current budget reduction requirement, and in consideration of the impact of said reduction on the college’s future strategic direction, the strategic themes as articulated in the colleges current strategic plan will be used as principles to guide the budget reduction process. 3. Meet fiduciary (i.e., financial, contractual, legal and regulatory) obligations.
Points of Consideration 4. All programs/services, defined as organizational units at the College that provide academic, student, public or any other services, and all aspects of the current operation, are reviewed for possible reduction. In general, the process will:
Points of Consideration Emphasize the principle of efficiency, whereby the total cost (considered in terms of economics, educational, social, human, community, etc.) associated with a retained program does not exceed total benefit. Emphasize current and future cost- effectiveness, defined as the ‘relative cost of offering a program/service measured against the relative outcomes (i.e., impacts)’ of a program/service.
Points of Consideration Consider the positive impact that a program/service has on meeting state mandated student achievement initiative targets http://www.sbctc.ctc.edu/college/e_stude ntachievement.aspx Be balanced in a way so as to meet the mission of the college
Points of Consideration 5. Make every effort to maintain basic service levels, while reducing the cost of providing those services. Consider reduction measures that will have the least impact on overall college operations, and contemplate the use of alternate entities, via contracts or partnerships, for example, that are consistent with labor contract requirements, to meet critical needs.
Points of Consideration 6. Every effort will be made to strive for position placements that, in any college reorganization, assigns responsibilities according to established knowledge, skills and ability of qualified individuals, in deference to fiduciary obligations as described in #3.
Points of Consideration 7. Treat people with respect and dignity; make every effort to minimize impact on people’s lives (e.g. early notification from the president, confidentiality, focus on positions rather than performance or persons, and data-driven decisions). 8. Maximize revenue and operating efficiency of all revenue-generating programs.
Points of Consideration 9. Make every effort to continue meeting the needs of the external work force, and consider the economic needs of the community in doing so.