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  173.1540.  Institutions to submit annual budget request to department — increases in core funding, allocation model, requirements — report. — 1.  Each public four-year institution of higher education shall annually prepare an institutional budget request and submit it to the department of higher education and workforce development.  The department of higher education and workforce development shall review all institutional budget requests and prepare appropriation recommendations annually for each public four-year institution of higher education.

  2.  Unless the general assembly chooses to otherwise appropriate state funding, the appropriation of core funding increases in state funding to public four-year institutions of higher education shall be in accordance with the increase allocation model, subject to the parameters set forth in subsection 4 of this section.  The increase allocation model shall be developed and revised as appropriate cooperatively by the public four-year institutions of higher education and the department of higher education and workforce development.  The department of higher education and workforce development shall recommend the model to the coordinating board for higher education for its approval by October 31, 2014.

  3.  The core funding level for each public four-year institution of higher education shall initially be the appropriated amount for each institution for fiscal year 2015.  Increases under subsection 4 of this section shall be incorporated into the core funding level annually in accordance with the increase allocation model starting with fiscal year 2016.

  4.  (1)  The increase allocation model shall comply with the parameters of this subsection in allocating annual increases in core appropriations to public four-year institutions of higher education.

  (2)  Unless otherwise provided by the general assembly during the appropriations process, no more than ten percent of any increase in core appropriations shall be distributed to address inequitable state funding through any combination of the following:

  (a)  Determined on a per-student basis, as determined by calculating full-time equivalency or on such other basis as determined by the department and agreed upon by the institutions.  To the extent inequities result from an institution's performance on its performance funding measures adopted under section 173.1006, such inequities shall not be eligible for an allocation under this paragraph; and

  (b)  Distributed based on weighted full-time equivalent credit hours so as to provide enrollment, program offering, and mission sensitivity on an ongoing basis.

  (3)  Unless otherwise provided by the general assembly during the appropriations process, at least ninety percent of annual increases shall be distributed in accordance with the performance funding model adopted under section 173.1006.

  5.  The department of higher education and workforce development shall be responsible for evaluating the effectiveness of the increase allocation model and shall submit a report to the governor, the joint committee on education, the speaker of the house of representatives and the president pro tempore of the senate by October 31, 2019, and every four years thereafter.

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(L. 2014 S.B. 492)


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