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CoCom 2012 April 9-10 2013-2018 Budget. framework: NSF merger of IRIS Cooperative Agreement & IRIS USArray into a single proposal - NSF (and gov’t ) envisions substantial cost savings (!) - maximum proposal budget for FY14 equals current budget plus 3%/year

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Cocom 2012 april 9 10 2013 2018 budget

CoCom 2012 April 9-10

2013-2018 Budget

framework: NSF

merger of IRIS Cooperative Agreement

& IRIS USArray into a single proposal

- NSF (and gov’t) envisions substantial cost savings (!)

- maximum proposal budget for FY14 equals current budget

plus 3%/year

- requirement to identify EarthScope budget items

- implied(?) no major changes to Core-USArray split

- EarthScope ends after 2018

- money goes back to EAR

- 2018-20xx Cooperative proposal will be openly competed

President’s FY13 budget request is 10% cut relative to above!

Hole,CoCom 5-year Intro, April2012


Cocom 2012 april 9 10 2013 2018 budget

CoCom 2012 April 9-10

2013-2018 Budget

framework: IRIS Board

challenges:

- flat budget; how to avoid reduced services, stagnation?

- what happens beyond 2018?

opportunities:

- non-competitive proposal (this time)

- more flexibility, synergy between Core & USArray

guidance:

- fold USArrayinto IRIS (not vice-versa)

- IRIS must survive and thrive post-EarthScope

- build non-trivial “development” into proposal

- enable IRIS to evolve towards future

- solicit new developments from SC’s

- encourage pan-IRIS developments

Hole,CoCom 5-year Intro, April2012


Cocom 2012 april 9 10 2013 2018 budget

CoCom 2012 April 9-10

2013-2018 Budget

2013-2018 Budget Guidance

- start with existing program “base” budgets

- reduce by 10%  “starting point” for FY14

- add 3%/year  “starting point” for FY15-18

- assuming NSF budget cap

 ~$18M “development space”

 request from Programs & SC’s:

1) what can/cannot be accomplished with “starting point”?

2) SC-prioritized new in-program initiatives (with PIFs)

3) pan-IRIS new initiatives (with PIFs)

 ~$18M to be distributed amongst all 3 of above

Hole,CoCom 5-year Intro, April2012


Cocom 2012 april 9 10 2013 2018 budget

CoCom 2012 April 9-10

2013-2018 Budget

April 9-10 CoCom Meeting

- listen to Programs & SC’s:

1) what can/cannot be accomplished with “starting point”?

2) SC-prioritized new in-program initiatives

3) pan-IRIS new initiatives

- discuss above:

- well-enunciated? clear goals? complete?

- synergies pan-IRIS

- tentative prioritization

Goal: complete, well-enunciated, prioritized (by SC’s) list

for “development space”

 effective Board discussion on May 1-2

tasks NOT for this meeting

- final decisions on which initiatives will be in the proposal

- yearly distribution of “development” spending

Hole,CoCom 5-year Intro, April2012


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