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Take 5 - From the President
December 2008 Issue
Michael F. Adams Q: How do state revenue projections affect UGA? A: In many ways they’re one and the same. We are owned by the state. Our main mission is to serve the state. We prosper when the state prospers and we suffer when the state suffers. Q: What measures has UGA taken to reduce its expenditures? A: First of all, we saw this coming. We have excellent leadership in Tim Burgess, the senior vice president for finance and administration, who formerly managed the state budget as director of the Office of Planning and Budget. We began last year to set aside some money to see us through; the state now allows us to carry forward two percent of our state allotment and we did some of that. We have slowed down hiring and tried to get people to be especially prudent about expenditures in areas like travel, subscriptions and utilities. Q: How will the reductions affect academic programs and …
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