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13.3 percent cut from 2010 budget

The 13.3 percent is near $7 million of the schools budget. According to Traycee Martin, interim vice president for Finance and Administration, the cuts will be permanent and will carry into the next fiscal year.
“The Planning and Budget Committee has worked hard throughout the year to plan ahead and prepare for the reductions,” Martin said. “Operations were strategically re-engineered in light of the emerging fiscal challenge. The plan we introduced last summer served us well this past year and will serve us well in coming years.”
Martin also said that all institutions in the University System of Georgia have been asked to submit plans in preparation of future reductions that may hit as high as eight percent.
President Schloss stated in his convocation address that the new plan has five guarantees, like how there will not be a reduction in force, built in and Martin said that will continue to influence decisions on campus and further reduction plans.

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