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An Overview The primary purpose of this document is to describe the processes for the review and evaluation of academic planning proposals within the context of the current planning and budgeting system.
PBS provides collegial structures for appropriate participation by administrators, faculty, staff, and students at each level of decision making.
The PBS process facilitates the instructional, research, and service activities of the University by ensuring full access to relevant information and providing a rational, clear, and consistent framework for planning and budgeting decisions.
The PBS process recognizes that changes in academic programs must occur in one of two ways.
First, units can identify new academic programs by altering their specific mission and manage change through their long-range planning process. Second, a unit can change in response to unforeseen external or internal environmental conditions in a way that is consistent with the established mission and long-range planning goals of the University and the unit.
Academic Proposals Arising from the Long-Range Planning Process Whenever possible, proposals for new academic programs should arise within the context of long-range planning discussions.
The foundation of long-range planning is the unit's mission. The mission provides a point of reference for all planning and budgeting activities and ensures a consistent and clear purpose throughout the unit. The mission communicates the self-concept of the unit and promotes commitment and support.
When a unit alters its mission, the need to alter the unit's programs may arise. The planning proposals arising from such a discussion must carefully articulate how such changes are necessary to support the new mission.
These discussions and ensuing program proposal development must take place in open, participatory forums within the unit. Academic program proposals must also be consistent with the goals articulated in the unit's long-range plan. Goals provide the context for setting operational objectives by establishing priorities relative to performance, personnel, capital, and financial measures.
Proposals must reflect and be consistent with the stated priorities of a unit, recognizing that a unit's goals are fully integrated and that pursuit of any specific goal may have implications for others.
All planning proposals must be reviewed by the appropriate academic unit s and academic responsibility center s as well as by the responsibility center Planning and Budgeting Committee PBC and relevant departmental PBC. A recommendation from these bodies for approving the planning proposal should accompany any submission to the Provost for review.
Academic Proposals Arising from Outside the Planning Process Unavoidable or expected events may require or make desirable programmatic changes that require budget augmentation or reallocation.
Changes in the external or internal operating environment may mandate program changes or create special program opportunities that long-range planning efforts could not predict. Often, the nature of the change, apparent time constraints, or the overall impact of resource utilization require that such proposals be acted upon outside the planning and budgeting discussions detailed above.
While it is not the intent of the Planning and Budgeting System to inhibit necessary change, planning proposals arising out of unforeseen circumstances must still be justified relative to the stated mission and goals of the University, the responsibility center, and affected departments.
Proposals arising from outside the normal planning process must still undergo review by the appropriate academic unit s and academic responsibility center s as well as by unit and responsibility center PBCs.
Budget modifications within a department or responsibility center not requiring augmentation or significant reallocation of resources are an expected occurrence throughout the year.Our goal is to help you access information about Kentucky's Budget Office and the associated documents developed as part of the budget management process.
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