CAEP Allocation Amendment: 2019-20 38 Southern Alameda County Consortium (Ohlone CCD)
38 Southern Alameda County Consortium (Ohlone CCD)
Allocation Amendment Summary
The Fiscal Declaration information in this section has been provided as a courtesy. It has not been changed since CFAD has been approved by the Member Representatives.
- Consortium Name
- 38 Southern Alameda County Consortium (Ohlone CCD)
- Funding Channel
- Direct Funded
- We decided to change from having a fiscal agent to being "direct funded". In the beginning of the consortium implementation, the benefits of having a fiscal agent was that the agent could complete all of the fiscal reports. With the advent of NOVA, these reports/requirements have been shifted to the individual members. We no longer feel the need to have a fiscal agent and have redistributed the fiscal agent's administration fee among the members.
- The planned allocations are aligned with our annual education plan which is in part the basis of our 3 year plan. The allocations reflect the need to maintain programs while enhancing transitions, increasing student support, and developing CTE pathways
- Besides the change from a fiscal agent to a direct funded consortium, there is has been a slight change in allocations amounts to each member. The change in the allocations are based on the disbursement of the 2019-20 COLA and redistribution of the administrative fee connect with the duties of the fiscal agent. As per our governance, both of these issues were thoroughly discussed at a SACC Leadership meeting (opened to the public) and the final decision was reached through consensus.
Amended Member Allocations for 2019-20
- Jessica Wilder
- (510) 489-2185
- Julie Calderon
- (510) 818-3001
- Mark Lieu
- Dean, Language, Communication and Academic Success
- (510) 659-6276