Resource Allocation Model Review
For more than 2 decades of operating under incremental budget, Cal State Los Angeles is exploring alternative budget models to better align funding to operational and strategic needs. Under the University’s new president, there is strong support to move towards a more sustainable, accountable, and transparent allocation formula to address structural imbalance university-wide, which evolved from diminishing state appropriation and increasing operational cost. Over a three year period, the Budget Allocation Model Task Force and the Division of Administration and Finance will lead the self-assessment and evaluation of alternative budget models that best fit the unique needs of the campus.
- Oracle - Hyperion Planning and Budgeting
- New Cal State L.A. Blended Budget Model - Fall 2016
- Campus Engagement and Communication
To ensure a successful implementation of the new budget model, the University will engage in campus-wide communications to ensure awareness and understanding of the new budget process and to allow for campus feedback.
- University Wide Town Hall
Budget Planning Forms
- Reserve Guidelines
- Annual Reserve Business Plan
- Carry-forward Request
- All Funds Summary
- Annual Planning Report
- Accountability Report
The University has engaged in the evaluation and deployment of a new resource allocation model.
- Budget Administration
- Administrative Procedure 212
- University Resource Allocation Plan
- University Year-End Reports
Over a three year period, the University has engaged in planning, research, and evaluation of requirements for deploying a new resource allocation model.
Budget Model Survey
The University conducted a CSU System-wide survey to better understand which budget allocation funding model each CSU campuses were using.