College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Overview February 5, 2014 Agenda • • • • • Introduction Funding Overview Bond/Special Funding Facilities & Impact Challenges At a Glance CAES at a Glance SIZE 17,664 acres 928 buildings STUDENTS Undergraduate – 1,684 Graduate – 416 From Georgia – 83% International – 9% Female – 58% Minority – 21% Total alumni 15,000 RANKINGS (among UGA’s 16 colleges and schools) #2 - percentage of graduates finding jobs #2 - percentage of graduates to graduate/professional schools #3 - average starting salaries among graduates Enrollment CAES Student Enrollment without Engineering, 2006-2013 2500 2000 1500 1000 1436 1478 1578 1666 1684 1242 1003 1113 335 315 351 378 375 354 397 416 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 500 0 Graduate Undergraduate 4-H: UGA’s Youngest Students Central City 7% Farm Urban & Suburban 22% Towns & Small Cities 23% 3% Rural Non-Farm 45% Beginning FY13 Enrollment: 184,328 Structure Teaching Research Extension Undergraduates Ag Experiment Stations Ag/Natural Resources, Family/Consumer Education, 4-H Graduates Centers and Farms Education Centers, County Offices Sources & Flow of Funding, Academia UGA Instructional Funds (“A” Budget) Typical College Proposals Awards, Contracts Sponsored Programs Foundation (Gifts) CAES Sources & Flow of Funding (Dollar Figures Represent Typical Year) State Appropriations (“B” Budget) AES $34M CES $28M Revenue Proposals CAES County Contributions $22.3M Legislative Bond Funding (Equipment, MRR, Construction) $11M Awards, Contracts Sponsored Programs $30M Federal Reporting Formula Based $ Sales & Services $19M Samples, tests, services, byproducts of research Itemized Lines in State Budget Extension, Research $ Programming, Research UGA Instructional Funds (“A” Budget) $15M Federal Appropriations (Hatch, Smith-Lever) AES $4.9M CES $8.2M Foundation (Gifts) $8M FY Summary Source of Funding AES State Appropriations Federal Appropriations CES Instruction 33.8 28.2 4.9 8.2 County Contributions 15.3 22.3 Grants and Contracts 28.3 7.4 0.6 Sales and Service 6.9 11.0 0.5 Indirect Cost Recoveries 2.5 0.5 Other 1.1 0.2 0.1 77.5 77.8 16.5 TOTAL: FY12 Final -- all figures in millions of $ CAES Major Sources of Funds, FY13 Sponsored Research (6 yr avg), 43,865,344 CES State, 28,583,815 CES Dept Sales, 13,250,000 CES Federal, 7,602,370 Instruction (A $), 15,609,134 CES County, 22,000,000 Other Sources, 2,500,000 AES Federal, 5,483,042 AES Dept Sales, 6,000,000 AES State, 34,053,795 CAES Major Sources of Funds Instruction (A $), 16.5 AES, 77.5 CES, 77.8 FY Summary Source of Funding AES State Appropriations Federal Appropriations CES Instruction 33.8 28.2 4.9 8.2 County Contributions 15.3 22.3 Grants and Contracts 28.3 7.4 0.6 Sales and Service 6.9 11.0 0.5 Indirect Cost Recoveries 2.5 0.5 Other 1.1 0.2 0.1 77.5 77.8 16.5 TOTAL: All figures in millions of $ CAES State Funding 100,000,000 90,000,000 80,000,000 70,000,000 60,000,000 50,000,000 40,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 FY00 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 CAES State Funding 100,000,000 90,000,000 80,000,000 70,000,000 21% reduction in state funding since FY02 60,000,000 50,000,000 40,000,000 30,000,000 20,000,000 10,000,000 - FY00 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY Summary Source of Funding AES State Appropriations Federal Appropriations CES Instruction 33.8 28.2 4.9 8.2 County Contributions 15.3 22.3 Grants and Contracts 28.3 7.4 0.6 Sales and Service 6.9 11.0 0.5 Indirect Cost Recoveries 2.5 0.5 Other 1.1 0.2 0.1 77.5 77.8 16.5 TOTAL: All figures in millions of $ CAES Total Revenue (All Sources of $) $200,000,000 $180,000,000 $160,000,000 $140,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $FY00 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 Research FY06 FY07 FY08 Extension FY09 FY10 FY11 Instruction FY12 CAES Total Revenue, Adjusted for 3% Annual Inflation, FY00 Baseline $200,000,000 $180,000,000 $160,000,000 $140,000,000 $120,000,000 $100,000,000 $80,000,000 $60,000,000 $40,000,000 $20,000,000 $FY00 FY01 FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 Total Revenue FY06 FY07 Adjusted for Inflation FY08 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 Level Funding Doesn’t Level Out • • • • • Inflation Cuts Benefits Unfunded mandates: Professors Plus… M&O Shortfall Funding rate: AES $4.27/sf CE $4.50/sf Target $7.31/sf M&O AES CE Funds Required $8.6M $6.0M Funds Received $4.8M $2.2M M&O Shortfall $3.8M $3.8M (2012 infrastructure study identified areas to downsize; shortfall is after a 15% reduction in CAES footprint) At a Glance Georgia Mountain Research & Education Center 415 acres of orchards, test plots, pasture land, specimen and preservation gardens, historic sites and forests. Established in 1931, the center is used by UGA faculty to conduct ongoing research and education projects. Southwest Georgia Research & Education Center 512 acre center established in 1951. • Current research at the center focuses on every major crop in South Georgia, with special focus on peanuts. • Animal scientists conduct breeding and forage studies. • Original purpose: to stimulate the depressed rural economy by helping area farmers diversify and increase crop yields. Southeast Georgia Research & Education Center 719 acre center established in 1952. • The facility’s efforts are focused on row crop research. • The center is the only UGA research location where UGA scientists study cylindrocladium black rot, a fungal disease first found in 1965 on peanuts in southwest Georgia. Today, CBR plagues alfalfa, clover and soybean as well. J. Phil Campbell Research & Education Center 1070 acre former USDA facility, transferred to UGA in 2012. • Mission: To develop and transfer environmentally sustainable and profitable agricultural systems to land owners and managers to protect the natural resource base, build accord with non-agricultural sectors, and support healthy rural economies. • Also suited for teaching, extension, and demonstration activities, such as the Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Training Program. Bond/Special Funding • Major Repair & Renovation (MRR) - $4M • Equipment - $1M • Rock Eagle Cabins - $2.5M • Tifton Renovations - $2.35M • Food PIC - $2.5M…$3.5M…$4.5M…$5.5M…$7.3M • UGA MRR - ~ $1.5M $2.1M Food Product Innovation and Commercialization Building Griffin Food PIC Building • A dedicated Food Product Innovation and Commercialization building on the UGA campus in Griffin, GA, Food PIC is a partnership between small-food-business entrepreneurs, the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Griffin-Spalding County community. • The Food PIC project at UGA will be the only one of its kind in the Southeast and was created in response to the high failure rate (80%) of new food products. • New business owners will be guided in product development, packaging, food safety, consumer acceptance and marketing CAES FY14 MRR Requirements Tifton Campus General Upgrades, $736,000 Additions to Cabins 1-8, Wahsega 4-H Center, $720,000 60 Additional Projects, $12,000,000 Correct Building Deficiencies – Griffin Campus, $600,000 CAES: • Manages 928 buildings • 56% of UGA Total (@1650*) • 73 MRR FY14 Requests • $17M Total Requirement *Source: Facilities Inventory Report, 6/30/12 CGBG - Conference Center & Annex Instruction Center, $285,500 Top 13 Projects: $5M Rock Eagle Cabins • • • • Two bedrooms Common bathroom Sleeps 8 people (or meant to sleep 8) Little curb appeal Rock Eagle Cabins • • • • Six bedrooms Six bathrooms Sleeps 22 people Common area, modern amenities OBTW CAES #2 – Wahsega 4-H Cabins $720,000 Phase One - This project would construct bathrooms on 8 cottages and add central heat. This would increase the use of the 4-H Center from 4 months to year round use. Also all cabins would be remodeled to meet current life safety codes. 8 1930’s era rustic, well maintained cabins, @500 sf each: • Add bathroom facilities • Add private room for adult chaperones • Add central heat • Renovations will make cabins usable year round (currently usable @4 months per year) Challenges • Combined effects of the following: • Cuts • Unfunded mandates • Inflation • Underfunding in Maintenance & Operations $$$ • Lead to these: Heavy dependence on bond/special funding Reduced operational flexibility At a Glance Georgia’s Annual Budget Process Start OPB manages and monitors the budget through amendments and allotments. OPB reviews expenditures & consults with agencies on budget issues. Agencies begin preparing next year’s budget requests OPB Approves AOBs June Next year’s budget instructions sent to agencies August July Governor signs appropriations bill September 1 11 OPB analyzes requests 2 3 9 4 8 April OPB budget recommendations to Governor October 10 May Agencies submit Annual Operating Budgets (AOBs) 12 Agencies submit Annual Budget Requests to OPB November Governor Meets w/ Agencies December 5 7 March Legislature passes appropriations bill & sends it to Governor 6 January February Governor’s final budget decisions Governor’s budget to General Assembly Legislative Appropriations Process College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences Overview February 5, 2014 Back Up Slides A FEW OF THE STEPS IN THE LEGISLATIVE BUDGET CYCLE No later than Day 5 of session Governor introduces his budget recommendations balanced to his revenue estimates MLK week Joint Appropriations Hearings Mid Jan – Mid March House and Senate Appropriations Sub-Cmtes hearings and recommendations Late Feb HAC Passes AFY Early March SAC Passes AFY Mid March AFY Conf Cmte House Passes AFY Senate Passes AFY House Passes AFY Late March SAC Passes FY Senate Passes FY Day 39 or 40 House Passes FY Senate Passes FY 40 Days from Close of Session Gov Signs FY May-June Fiscal Affairs Committee HAC Passes FY House Passes FY Senate Passes AFY Gov Signs AFY FY Conf Cmte CAES Prioritized MRR Requests (Top 13 - UGA) Rank Project Cost Dept Sum B1 Tifton Campus General Upgrades $736,000 Tifton B2 Additions to Cabins 1-8 at Wahsega 4-H Center $720,000 4H $1,456,000 B3 Correct Building Deficiencies – Griffin Campus $600,000 Griffin $2,056,000 B4 Coastal GA Botanical Gardens - Conference Center & Annex Instruction Center Replace Electrical Distribution Systems -- Phase IV $285,500 SE $2,341,500 B5 $1,000,000 Griffin $736,000 $3,341,500 $325,000 4H $3,666,500 B7 Renovation of Barkuloo-Rich Bldg. at Rock Eagle 4-H Center Repair Abattoir Floor in MTSC $110,000 ADS $3,776,500 B8 Jekyll Island 4-H Center Parking Lot Resurfacing $500,000 4H $4,276,500 B9 CAGT Greenhouse - Reset glass panels on the roof and sides Vidalia Onion Farms Renovation Project - 6 buildings $150,000 CSS $4,426,500 $67,000 SE $4,493,500 Food Processing R&D Lab - Repair/replace casework and countertop, repair flooring, repair utilities if needed, Add carded security system. CGBG - Pond Area - Increase Covered Storage area $216,000 FST $4,709,500 $188,000 SE $4,897,500 Insect Pest Mgmt Research & Teaching Lab renovations $183,000 Entomology $5,080,500 B6 B10 B11 B12 B13 Welcome to CAES!