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UNCG Budget Central

This web page is designed to keep the University community apprised of UNCG's response to the unprecedented economic challenges facing North Carolina and the country. The website provides relevant information from President Tom Ross, Chancellor Gilliam, the Office of State Budget and Management, and other important campus and North Carolina links related to the budget process and ongoing budget reduction plans. This website will be updated as additional relevant information becomes available. To receive notification of website updates, join our listserv.

University of North Carolina Budget Reductions

Posted on Thursday, May 7th, 2009 under Budget News

Presentation from the UNC Board of Governors.

Posted in Budget News.

Revised Revenue and Budget Outlook

Posted on Wednesday, May 6th, 2009 under Budget News

Presentation from Fiscal Research Division, a Staff Agency of the North Carolina General Assembly.

Posted in Budget News.

Budget Sounding Board Meets

Posted on Wednesday, April 29th, 2009 under Budget News

Dear Faculty, Staff, and Students:

I am writing to provide you with an update on the budget situation at UNCG.

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Posted in Budget News.

Establishing and Implementing a Flexible Furlough Plan

Posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 under Budget News

Establishing and Implementing a Flexible Furlough Plan for the 2008-09 Fiscal Year. Executive Order No. 11 from Governor Beverly Perdue.

Posted in Budget News.

Governor Orders Furloughs for All State Employees

Posted on Tuesday, April 28th, 2009 under Budget News

Message from Erskine Bowles to Chancellors.

Chancellors:

In order to ensure a balanced state budget on June 30, 2009, Governor Perdue this morning signed an executive order mandating unpaid furloughs for all state employees. Under the plan announced by the Office of State Budget and Management (OSBM), all teachers and state employees will have their compensation reduced (on an annualized basis) by 0.5% over the remainder of the fiscal year. In return, full-time employees are to be credited with 10 hours of flexible time off that can be used between June 1, 2009, and December 31, 2009. Part-time employees will receive time off on a prorated basis.

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Posted in Budget News.