IPBM - A Collaborative Process
Integrated Planning & Budget Model (IPBM)
III. A Collaborative Process
The IPB process outlines the partnership between the district and the Colleges in order to identify budget guidelines derived from several planning documents. These planning documents include the colleges' educational master plans, colleges/district technology plans, facility plans, strategic goals established by the Board of Trustees, as well as other goals or board priorities that may require resource allocations that do not fall under one specific category. In developing the budget, resources will be allocated to the extent that funds are available taking a conservative approach to allocation of funds.
In developing the final budget the first priority is to allocate sufficient resources to maintain those functions that support the mission of the colleges and the district so that high quality instructional services can be offered to students. The district recognizes that there are a number of permanent fixed costs that exist, these expenditures are identified in "STEP #3A" which represents those commitments and contractual obligations that support district-wide commitments:
|District-wide:||FY 13 - 14|
|District Office: Property & Liability Insurance||$590,100|
|Board Member Compensation||$116,590|
|Chancellor (Contract for Svcs)||$12,000|
|EAP & SAP||$8,000|
|Maintenance & Operations:|
|Water & sanitation||$436,217|
|Security services for Franklin Bldg||$11,700|
|Licenses & permits||$5,500|
|Subsidized Program Units (Nursing/DH,etc.)||$575,000|
|Total expenses in STEP 3A||$10,594,063|
|Less Campus Operations||$792,291|
|Plus Transition Funding||$850,000|
Total expenses in 3A less Campus Operations Plus Transition Funding
In keeping with the alignment of college and district goals the Chabot Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) Board of Trustees adopted the following mission statement on April 16, 2013
The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District (CLPCCD) prepares students to think critically, engage socially, and acquire workplace knowledge and educational skills in order to contribute ethically as citizens in a Global Society.
The Las Positas College mission statement was also adopted on April 16th:
Las Positas College is an inclusive learning-centered institution providing educational opportunities and support for completion of students’ transfer, degree, basic skills, career-technical, and retraining goals.
Chabot College has also updated its mission statement and is currently in the college review process and the final statement should be approved in spring 2014.
The following functional charts outline the campus and district allocation processes.
- Diagram 1. Chabot College Planning & Budget Process
- Diagram 2. Las Positas College Planning & Budget Process
- Diagram 3. District Service Centers Planning & Budget Process (TBD)
- Diagram 4. Integrated Planning and Budget Model (DRAFT)