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MEC ITC Update. July 27, 2011. The State of the ITC. Working Together — Shaping the Future. Director presence around office Weekly meetings with Tech staff Staffing continues to go well Retire/rehire of Jeff Culwell Hire of Bobbie Warthman for ProgressBook

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Mec itc update

MEC ITC Update

July 27, 2011

The State of the ITC

Working Together — Shaping the Future


Director presence around office

Weekly meetings with Tech staff

Staffing continues to go well

Retire/rehire of Jeff Culwell

Hire of Bobbie Warthman for ProgressBook

Hire of Connie DeWitt for EMIS

Hire of Carol Van Sickle for Fiscal Services

Service contract for Open VMS with Jim Lovsey retirement

Focus on Customer Service

New DASL customers - Teays Valley and Groveport Madison

Several new charter and community schools

Transition – Year Three


Evaluations in August

No new staff positions projected

Possible consolidation of EMIS into Student Services

Retire/rehire realities

More to come in 2011

INFOhio (2) and EMIS

Ability to retain/replace remains stable

Staffing


OnBase Document Storage growing new customers

Enhanced training opportunities

Video Conferencing

Webinar Software – Adobe Connect

Web application Firewall

New web filtering solution

Charter/Community school growth in services used

Core network upgraded to meet current and future demands

Collaborations with MEC purchasing for itsLearning

New Services and Enhancements


State Funding – decreasing again by 10%

Local Revenue from districts up slightly

Loss of Reynoldsburg and the closing of several charter schools

13.26% reduction in appropriations since FY09

No service fee increases

Future service fee options

Blending of EMIS and Student Service fees

Base fee for all users

Decrease in cash reserves due to core upgrade

Balanced budget

Budget for FY12


State Funding

ITC Subsidy estimate (-10% flat funded for

FY12 and FY13)

EMIS Subsidy estimate (-10% flat funded

FY12 and FY13)

INFOhio Subsidy estimate (-10% flat funded

for FY12 and FY13)

K-12 Network Connectivity Funding estimate

(-10% flat funded FY 12 and FY13)

Budget for FY12


FY11 Ending Cash balance

On target with projection

FY12 Revenue

Slight increase projected from local sources

FY12 Appropriations

1.56% increase verses FY11

Renegotiating major vendor contracts in FY12

Balanced

Conservative

Budget for FY12


Develop formal staffing plan to meet new MCOECN service delivery model

Develop new service fee schedule to meet new MCOECN service delivery model

Develop marketing plan in conjunction with new MCOECN service delivery model

Deliver EMIS-R training to district staff members

Prepare for transition of INFOhio staff and EMIS lead due to pending retirements

MEC ITC Goals for FY12


Staff transitions delivery model

More bandwidth to Internet

Nearly tripled in FY10

Expect to increase by September 2011

Relocation of DR/BC site

Implementation of new MCOECN service delivery model

Plan for impact of new Regional Shared Service Center concept as outlined in new state budget

Continued growth of client base

Projects for 2011-2012


Questions, Concerns, Comments delivery model

Thank you !


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