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VPA Workshop 20 April 2012. Budget Overview Classified Staffing Changes Employment ROE & Intents Modernization Schedule Summer Projects. LRCCD Budget Scenarios FY 2012-13. Scenario Z: (BEST: Governor’s plan + tax passes) Statewide: +218M added revenue growth LRCCD Portion: +7.6M

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vpa workshop 20 april 2012

VPA Workshop20 April 2012

Budget Overview

Classified Staffing Changes

Employment ROE & Intents

Modernization Schedule

Summer Projects

lrccd budget scenarios fy 2012 13
LRCCD Budget ScenariosFY 2012-13
  • Scenario Z:(BEST: Governor’s plan + tax passes)
    • Statewide: +218M added revenue growth
    • LRCCD Portion: +7.6M
    • Cumulative reduction: -$102.6M (FY 10-13)
  • Scenario Y:(MID: Revenue buys down deferral and tax initiative passes)
    • Statewide: $ 0 added revenue growth
    • LRCCD Portion: -$0M (no cola on any: -$93M)
    • Cumulative reduction: -$110.2M (FY 10-13)
  • Scenario X:(WORST: Tax fails & -$264M for CCC)
    • Statewide: -$264M additional cuts to CCC
    • LRCCD Portion: -$12.2M
    • Cumulative reduction: -$122.4 (FY 10-13)
  • NOTE: Scenario X to be implemented for LRCCD ‘tentative budget’ for 1 July 2012
2012 13 expenditures commitments predicated on do x budget
2012-13 Expenditures/CommitmentsPredicated on DO ‘X’ Budget
  • Funds Available: + $665K ($4.268M)
  • Increase CDF and Lottery bases by 5%
    • IR at 100% of base
    • CDF at 85%; Lottery at 90% of base
  • Modify ATL allocations based on past performance and improvements
  • Program Plans at 11-12 Level or better
  • Budget Committee: $250K
  • ~$50K to carry forward to FY 13-14
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Classified Staffing Levels

(less Child Development Center)

Year-to-Date 31 March 2012

classified staff management
Classified Staff Management
  • Utilizing 7 April 2011 DO protocol for fill actions
    • Assess ‘operational need’
    • Manage vacancies by CSA to meet bogie
    • 11 April baseline has been updated as of Jan 2012
  • Adopted budget ‘bogie’ improved
    • 6 vs. 15-25 over three year period (1 Jul 2011-2013)
    • 3.65 FTE ‘closed’; 4.5 by 1 Jul 2012; 6 by 1 Jul 2013
  • Chancellor’s Budget Changes ‘bogie’ for ‘X’ plan
    • 1 July 2012: 6 positions closed (need 2.35 FTE)
    • 1 July 2013: + 6 (total of 12)
    • 1 July 2014: + 8 (total of 20)
  • Y: (6, +2/8, +0/8); Z(6, +0/6, +0/6)
  • Classified Salary Savings needed too ($192K/annually)
summer projects
Summer Projects
  • Lang & Lit Office/Classroom
  • Business Building Rooms 237-239
  • Swing Space
    • DSPS into PAC 101-104
    • Begin modifications to temp buildings
  • TAP Projects
    • PAC
    • G Lot
    • East Road/B Lot
other tid bits summary
Other Tid-bits & Summary
  • Work schedules: less than 12 month employees
  • Summer schedule (4/40; 9/80) NOT yet approved, but expected
  • Facility use web site close to being operational
    • http://www.scc.losrios.edu/x72239.xml
  • Tough budget climate, but very workable college budget plan now in place for next year
    • There will be challenges
    • ‘working together’ we’ll overcome
    • Continue to ‘inspire achievement’ and ‘pursue excellence’!
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