Integrated Planning & Resource Allocation Decision-Making Model
The College’s Integrated Planning, Evaluation, and Resource Allocation Decision-Making Model (IPM) implemented in 2010-11 provides the structure and processes for Improvement through effective planning, evaluation, and resource allocation decisions. The IPM integrates short-range, mid-range and long-term planning to maximize resources to facilitate student access, retention, and success. The cycles of the Educational Master Plan, Facilities Plan, Staffing Plan, and Technology Plan are integrated and ensure on-going influence of the three-year planning cycle of the Strategic Plan and the Program Review and Planning process.
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Resource Allocation Model
The Resource Allocation Model (RAM) at the core of the IPM guarantees that College planning drives resource allocation decision-making. The RAM is the College’s on-going, transparent, and inclusive process to arrive at an annual balanced operating budget that links available resource allocation and budget requirements to planning and reviews. The RAM designates discretionary funding to support planning council priorities developed from Program Review and Planning processes. The RAM designates non-discretionary Strategic Plan Priority Funding (SPPF) to support college-wide priorities. To view the structure of the RAM, please click on the image at right.
Palomar College Master Planning, which included the Educational Master Plan and Facilities Master Plan, operates on a 12-year cycle, with a comprehensive updated and assessment in year six. Mid-range plans that support Master Planning, such as the Technology, Staffing, an Capital Plans operate on a 6-year cycle. Strategic Planning operates on a 3-year cycle and Program Review and Planning for Instructional programs and Non-instructional department occur in two year staggering cycles. To see each planning cycle, please click on the image at right.
Annual Planning, Resource Allocation & Evaluation Timeline