SUMMARY OF TECHNOLOGY PLAN BACKGROUND DATA

March 1997

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES AND STUDENTS FOR TECHNOLOGY PLANNING

  

AL

AN

LO

MA

WO

ADM

ACAD +ELI

CR  + Pres.

Total

Number of Employees

 

  

  

 

    

 

   

 

  

  Teaching Faculty

140

209

43

48

61

0

0

0

501

   Admin. Faculty

29

32

13

14

16

4

18

6

132

  Classified

80

107

39

31

34

239

27

10

567

    Total Employees

249

348

95

93

111

243

45

16

1200

 

 

 

Students

  Number of FTES

4962

7255

1621

1539

2384

17761

  Required to reach          7% of FTES

347

508

113

108

167

1243

BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS FOR YEAR 1 PRIMARY COMPUTER ORDER

Original Anticipated Budget             

$2,888,190

Sources of Funds in Anticipated Budget
   ETF

$1,487,115

   General Funds

696,228

   Student Fee

636,030

   Professional Development

68,825

$2,888,198

Subtractions from original budget
   VTEL video conferencing equipment

$245,000

   Initial order of PCs for AN & AL

245,911

   Computers for WO Novell Lab

21,000

   ATM Muxes for video conferencing

25,000

   ATM network switches and equipment

183,000

   Actual 1996-97 Training

100,000

   Actual Tech Positions salaries

75,000

   Servers and Hubs

273,000

(estimate)
   Printers

23,400

          Total Subtractions

$1,191,311

Technology Funds Available

$1,696,887

Other College Funds

203,113

Total Available for Year 1 PCs

$1,900,000

 
Year 2 Equipment Funds Estimate
Known Expenses
   VTEL Video Conf. Maintenance agreements

$20,000

   Upgrade existing Pentiums

237,050

   Budgeted training (Funds from Years 1 and 2)      

700,000

   Salaries for tech. pos.

500,000

   
                         Total

$1,457,050

(Note: the above figure does not include any shortfall in infrastructure costs, especially Loudoun Phase 2.)

Anticipated Budget Available  

$2,888,190

           Known Expenses

- 1,457,050

                          Total available for year 2 PCs

$1,431,140

(Note: the above figure must cover new PCs and upgrading the software and hardware, as appropriate, in existing 486s that are required by Technology Plan allocations.)

DISTRIBUTION OF NEW TECHNOLOGY POSITIONS

1 Grade 12 Information Technology Manager (Installation and Repair Supervisor) for each campus

1 Grade 10 Information Technology Specialist (Management Analyst--formerly CIRA) for AN and AL  (AN continues to provide support for the ODU lab)

1 Grade 10 Information Technology Specialist (Management Analyst--formerly CIRA) to support College Staff

1 Faculty Generalist to support financial aid

1 Faculty Generalist to support college wide projects

COMPUTER DISTRIBUTION PLAN
AL AN LO MA WO ADM ACAD +ELI CR + Pres. Total
a. Computers required in plan (% of  COLLEGE total)

596 (24%)

856 (35%)

208 (9%)

201 (8%)

278 (11%)

243 (10%)

45 (2%)

16 (1%)

2,443 (100%)

b. Existing 486s

169

305

95

133

149

107

3

314

1,005

c.Existing Pentiums

106

99

48

24

74

57

21

2

431

REVISED DISTRIBUTION PLAN BASED ON NEW FIGURES

Provide all campuses with 30% of their total allocation under the plan with top of the line Pentium 166s with MMX technology, and provide an additional allocation of new Pentium 133s depending on available funds.  (The current estimate is each campus will receive approx. 38% of their total allocation in P-133s).  The remainder of the campus allocation is to be made up from existing 486s upgraded with CD ROM, scan  cards, Token Ring cards, and new software.

AL         AN      LO      MA      WO      ADM      ACAD
+ELI     
CR+
Pres.     
Total     
Total allocation

596

856

208

201

278

243

45

16

2,443

Existing Pentiums

106

99

48

24

74

57

21

2

431

Purchase new P-166
(30% 0f allocation)

179

257

62

60

83

73

13

5

732

PURCHASED IN YEAR 1    

179

257

62

60

83

73

13

5

732

Purchase new P-133
(38% of allocation)
ESTIMATE ONLY

226

325

79

76

106

92

17

6

927

PURCHASED IN YEAR 1

47

68

17

16

21

19

4

2

194

Total Pentiums
(% of allocation)
ESTIMATE ONLY

86%

80%

91%

80%

95%

91%

92%*

81%

86%

Upgraded 486s
ESTIMATE ONLY

85

175

19

41

15

21

4*

3

363

Additional 486s beyond
those required

84

130

76

92

130

86

29

11

648

*Adjusted to reflect consolidation of financial aid staff

Approved by Information Technology Committee
February 21, 1997

UPDATED DISTRIBUTION FIGURES BASED ON ACTUAL PLANNED PURCHASES
AL         AN        LO        MA      WO       ADM   ACAD
+ELI
CR+     
Pres.
Total      
Total allocation

596

856

208

201

278

233

60

16

2,448

Existing Pentiums

106

99

48

24

74

57

21

6

435

Purchase new P-166
(30% 0f allocation)

179

257

62

60

83

73

13

5

732

Actual Planned Purchase of new P-133

227*

397

66*

91

91

56

15

3

946

Total MINIMUM Pentiums
(% of allocation)
ESTIMATE ONLY

86%

88%

85%

87%

89%

80%

82%**

100%

86%

Upgraded 486s
ESTIMATE ONLY

84

133

32

26

33

10

17**

0

335

Additional 486s beyond
those required

85

172

63

107

112

97

16

14

666

*Includes 15 MacIntosh computers **Adjusted to reflect consolidation of financial aid staff

Of the P-133 computers listed above, 25 will not be ordered until early Fall and all upgrades and other installations are completed. These may not be ordered and upgraded 486 computers substituted in their place, depending on the cost of the other upgrades and installation.

COLLEGE INFRASTRUCTURE SURVEY

October 1996

"drops" are existing wall connections for voice and data; "Ports" are connections in Building Communication Rooms; "In use" means ports that are currently connected to drops (making wall connections available for use).

ALEXANDRIA

Total Drops  

   =   

  341

            
Total Ports

=

180

In use   

   =   

   88

Classrooms

=

55

Wired

=

0

Offices

=

50

Wired

=

50

Labs

=

17

Wired

=

2

LOUDOUN

Total Drops  

   =   

  282

            
Total Ports

=

140

In use   

   =   

   81

Classrooms

=

16

Wired

=

1

Offices

=

78

Wired

=

 74

Labs

=

8

Wired

=

2

MANASSAS

Total Drops  

   =   

  505

            
Total Ports

=

320

In use   

   =   

   88

Classrooms

=

40

Wired

=

17

Offices

=

46

Wired

=

45

Labs

=

7

Wired

=

1

WOODBRIDGE

Total Drops  

   =   

  259

            
Total Ports

=

180

In use   

   =   

   49

Classrooms

=

46

Wired

=

0

Offices

=

98

Wired

=

98

Labs

=

17

Wired

=

 1

ANNANDALE
minus CT Bldg.

Total Drops  

   =   

  564

            
Total Ports

=

208

In use   

   =   

   102

Classrooms

=

66

Wired

=

0

Offices

=

210

Wired

=

187

Labs

=

11

Wired

=

2

Last update: 9/4/97
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