Connect With Us
                     

NEWS

 

Iowa regents back $1M more for cost-cutting study

by KIX101.1 /1230 KFJB News Department posted Jun 5 2014 10:19AM

AMES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa Board of Regents has voted to spend $1 million more on an outside consultant that is trying to identify ways to save money at the state's three public universities.

The regents voted Wednesday to approve the $1 million addition to its contract with Deloitte Consulting LLP, on top of the $2.5 million the company received for the initial phase of its review.

Regent Larry McKibben said the additional spending is necessary because the regents decided to slow down the timeline for approving cuts and changes to academic programs to gather more input from faculty. He said those would now be considered in December, instead of September as initially envisioned.

McKibben said the regents would release a list of potential cost-saving ideas later this month.


 
Filed Under :
Topics : Business_Finance
Location : AmesIowa
People : Larry McKibben
06/05/2014 10:19AM
Iowa regents back $1M more for cost-cutting study
Please Enter Your Comments Below
Title :
Comment :
On Air Now
Kix Listener Club
Recent Posts
Gibbs hires Carl Edwards and Daniel Suarez
Manziel's gesture taints Browns' loss to Redskins
Redskins show solidarity with Ferguson protest
Traffic cameras observe, speed up Iowa traffic
Iowa siblings sharing $1 million lottery prize
Tag Cloud
No Tags Found !
Categories 
Archives