Workgroup/Organizing Gathering Seats and Statewide System Executives Meeting.


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Workgroup/Coordinating Conference Chairs & Statewide Program Directors Meeting September 26, 2006 Holiday Inn, Sacramento

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Plan for the Day Review Resource Allocation Process Discuss Roles of Workgroups/CCs and SPs in the Process Small Group Discussions Review Workgroup Purpose Discuss Administrative Issues identified with workgroups and statewide projects Review the Statewide Program 5 year survey process

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Desired Outcomes Understand the ANR Resource Allocation Process Understand part of workgroups/CCs/SPs in asset allotment handle and distinguish next strides Clarify managerial issues including subsidizing and uses Identify components of good workgroup yearly reports Understand the statewide system 5 year audit process

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ANR Resource Allocation Process Rick Standiford Associate VP - ANR

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Desired Outcomes Understanding of the ANR asset assignment process Understanding of the parts of ANR individuals, units, heads in the asset designation process Understanding of ANR financing sources

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UC ANR Systemwide Permanent Budget

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Federal Support Research Hatch Formula Funds McIntire-Stennis Formula Funds Animal Health & Disease National Research Initiative Cooperative Extension Smith-Lever 3b & c Smith-Lever 3(d) Other

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Framework for ANR Resource Allocation The ANR asset portion procedure is intended to bolster high need issues urge joint effort and collaboration to address those issues, keep up key exercises expand after existing superiority in the Division

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ANR Resource Allocation Principles The asset distribution procedure ought to Be open and participatory with contribution from all ANR partners Be straightforward to all partners Include statewide viewpoint: neighborhood, local, or more extensive are evaluated from a statewide point of view

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Development of Proposals ANR provinces, offices, different units create spending proposition Regional Directors, Program Leaders, Associate Deans, different overseers submit solidified organized recommendations to Asst VP Program Council surveys proposition and makes suggestions to Associate VP Associate VP, Asst VP make last proposals to VP

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Development of Proposals Position proposition ought to be imparted early and frequently to all ANR accomplices The procedure ought to be progressing, open and comprehensive and energize contribution from all levels ANR statewide issues and points of view ought to be considered all through this procedure Accessing grounds arranging data to connection authority needs is basic. Program Leaders will work to create automatic arrangements for particular project regions to guide neighborhood and provincial examinations The procedure ought to interface statewide ANR program needs to region needs and financing bolster structures.

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Program Council Role Broad information Non parochial Statewide integrative point of view Promote the continuum County—Campus Research—Outreach AES—Extension Look for rising needs Celebrate straightforwardness

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Proposal Evaluation Criteria The proposition Is steady with ANR Strategic Directions and Core Issues Has probability of having a huge effect. Expands on the quality of ANR. Builds up ANR\'s ability to address high need automatic ranges or basic automatic objectives in developing territories. Fortifies the exploration augmentation continuum Demonstrates contribution from partners

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FY 2007-2008 CE Advisor Positions Sept 12 Program Leaders (PLs)/Regional Directors (RDs) start sharing arrangements of proposed consultant positions Sept 26 Wkgrp/statewide project executives meeting. PLs talk about part/components for system arranging Oct 15 PLs/RDs get contribution on positions from ANR individuals Nov 7 PLs/RDs coordinate position records Jan 15 Unit spending proposition submitted to Asst VP Feb 6 Program Council (PC) spending presentations Feb-March PC rates positions/spending demands April 10 PC makes proposals to Assoc VP June Final spending choices by AVP, VP, pending last spending endorsement

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Next Steps How can workgroups, organizing meetings and statewide projects be included?

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ANR Resource Allocation Process Tim Paine PL-Ag Policy and Pest Management

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Next Steps How can workgroups, planning gatherings and statewide projects be included?

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Desired Outcomes Understand Workgroup/Coordinating Conferences and Statewide Programs parts in the asset assignment process Understand procedure of engagement in asset designation process Understand procedure of input on asset distribution issues

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Engagement: Development of Proposals ANR districts, divisions, different units create spending proposition Regional Directors, Program Leaders, Associate Deans, different executives submit combined organized recommendations to Asst VP Program Council audits proposition and makes suggestions to Associate VP Associate VP, Asst VP make last proposals to VP

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Engagement: Development of Proposals Other units now extended to incorporate Workgroups and Statewide Programs Asking these units to assess the necessities of the system territory Assess basic and rising issues Assess geographic holes Determine needs Coordinate with Program Leaders

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Proposal Evaluation Criteria The proposition Is reliable with ANR Strategic Directions and Core Issues Has probability of having a huge effect. Expands on the quality of ANR. Builds up ANR\'s capacity to address high need automatic ranges or basic automatic objectives in rising regions. Fortifies the exploration augmentation continuum Demonstrates contribution from partners

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Coordination and Evaluation of Proposals Program Leaders offer arrangements of proposed positions with Workgroups and Statewide Programs, Regional Directors, and County Directors Development of incorporated arrangements for particular system regions to guide nearby and territorial talks Determine territories of regular worry among gatherings – geographic and program Evaluation of new open doors and rising issues Determine needs

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Coordination and Evaluation of Proposals ANR regions, divisions, different units create spending proposition Regional Directors, Program Leaders, Associate Deans, different overseers submit merged organized proposition to Asst VP Program Council surveys recommendations and makes suggestions to Associate VP Associate VP, Asst VP make last suggestions to VP

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Feedback to Workgroups and Statewide Programs Program Leaders give criticism to Workgroups and Statewide Programs on result of the spending cycle process – positions to be filled Feedback incorporates data on prioritization at the level of Program Council Rolling procedure that happens every year – needs are resolved every year except there can be a legacy impact Workgroups and Statewide Programs need to keep up continuous correspondence and procedure for distinguishing new open doors, rising issues, and creating organized position proposition

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Feedback to Workgroups and Statewide Programs New process may mean change in meeting cycle, number of gatherings, and yearly spending demands – coordinate between the spending courses of events and the traditional Workgroup meeting times New process may mean a change in authoritative structure inside Workgroups – improvement of subcommittees and techniques for input and data trade inside Workgroup Continuing Conferences and may give venues to correspondence among Workgroups and Statewide Programs and open doors for automatic prioritization

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Engagement and Feedback: Workgroups and Statewide Programs Your turn General themes Program territory discourses

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Workgroup/Coordinating Conferences Overview & Purpose Maxwell Norton PL – Ag Productivity

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Central design is to cooperatively plan and facilitate examination and expansion exercises

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Needs appraisal Communication and systems administration Plan significant distributions Plan aggregate examination – particularly multi-site ventures Plan outreach expansion programming Evaluation and reporting of project results In-administration preparing Develop award recommendations (esp. Center gifts) Long-term staffing needs

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Accomplishing ANR\'s high need examination and augmentation objectives through synergistic grassroots authority. Unite AES and CE staff alongside non-ANR accomplices, for example, ARS researchers.

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WG might be shaped when an issue or program opportunity calls for ANR individuals and different partners to meet up and team up on a progressing premise.

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WG ought to bend over backward to incorporate the full continuum of CE consultants, CE pros and AES researchers. ANR non-scholarly staff might be included in WG as fitting to their part. WG can incorporate non-ANR researchers and customer base (eg: product board research executives).

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Face-to-face gatherings Teleconferencing Video or web-conferencing E-mail list serves. ANR community apparatuses locales

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No recommended interior structure. AES researchers, CE counsels, CE authorities, and other ANR scholastics may serve as seats. In the event that co-seats, one should be distinguished as the essential contact.

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Chairs are in charge of correspondence and contact between and among the workgroup and the Program Leaders. Seats guarantee workgroup assets are exhausted as per their affirmed spending plan and budgetary approaches

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Workgroup subsidizing choices depend on the significance of the issues or issues to be tended to, the value of the proposed techniques and achievement. Proposition experience far reaching peer audit. Program Leaders present proposals for workgroup sanction and financing to the Program Council.

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WG may have sub-boards Informal vested parties WG may

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