Work Plan for FY 02

Date

Agenda Items

 

 

8/28

  1. Establish annual work plan
  2. Review FY01 actual results

9/11

  1. Review the annual work plan
  2. Continue review of FY01 actual results
  3. Review of budget issues for FY03

9/25

  1. Review budget model format
  2. Budget reports to campus – format and timing
  3. Summary of budget impact of new strategic plan
  4. Budget model categories – Capacity, Contribution and Service – part 1

10/9

  1. FY02 budget update
  2. Enrollment review and update of 5 year projection
  3. Budget model Categories– Capacity, Contrabution and Service – part 2

10/23

  1. Divisional strategic plans due to CBC & CPC
  2. Budget model categories– Capacity, Contribution and Service – part 3

11/13

  1. Staffing comparison with other institutions – Nick & Bill
  2. Update on FY03 budget model

11/27

  1. R&R, Capital budget and Deferred Maintenance

12/11

  1. Update on FY03 budget model

1/8

  1. Discussion of campus reserves

1/22

  1. Review Auxiliary fund budgets for FY03
  2. Update on FY03 budget model

2/12

  1. Prepare recommendations for Auxiliary fund budgets

2/26

  1. Balance Sheet Strategic Indicators
  2. Update on FY03 budget model

3/12

  1. FY02 budget update
  2. Enrollment review and update of 5-year projection
  3. Update on FY03 budget model

3/26

  1. Final recommendation of FY03 Budget to President

4/9

 

4/23

 

5/14

  1. Review of budget criteria for Biennial budget FY2004 & 5

5/28

1. Approve work plan for fall 2002

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