Issuance Date: 01/08/1990
Issuing Office: Campus Budget Office
Operating Budget Amendments
UCSD Policy and Procedure Manual (PPM)
Modification of the Operating Budget
Budgetary savings represent General Fund appropriations which are not expended during the fiscal year within the specific control points for which the funds were allocated. (See PPM 380-1 C.1.-15. for a list of control points). The University was first assigned a salary savings target by the State in 1950-51 in recognition of the normal accrual of unused salary funds. These salary savings resulted from such sources as: (1) positions temporarily vacant as a result of employee turnover and recruitment delays, (2) filling vacancies at lower than budgeted salary levels, (3) leaves of absences without pay, and (4) sabbatical leaves for which no replacement is provided.
In 1959-60 the savings concept was extended to cover all sub-budgets and the term budgetary savings was applied to all savings generated from General Funds sources, including salary savings. A formal budgetary savings target was established by the State in 1964-65.
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