Dinner - Chart House

Regular Meeting of the
Board of Trustees of the
San Francisco Community College District
City College of San Francisco
OCEAN CAMPUS
Multi-Use Building, Room 140
50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Open Session - 6:30 p.m.
I.
ROLL CALL
II.
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
III.
ADOPTION OF AGENDA
IV.
PUBLIC COMMENT
V.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
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VI.
October 25, 2012
November 15, 2012
REPORT FROM CONSTITUENT GROUPS
Classified Senate:
Associated Students:
Academic Senate:
VII.
James Rogers, President
Bouchra Simmons, Downtown President
Shanell Williams, Ocean President
Emanuel Andres, Southeast President
Karen Saginor, President
UPDATES
A. Monthly Financial Report – Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration Peter
Goldstein & Chief Financial Officer John Bilmont will present an update on forecast for
Fiscal Year 2012-2013, projections for 2013-2014, and status of District Fund balance.
B. Update on Progress to Collect Student Fees due at Registration – Dr. Ed Shenk,
Interim Vice Chancellor of Student Development, will provide details on actions taken
for the current Spring term and for a more permanent adjustment for Summer 2013. In
the development of the process to collect fees at point of registration, staff is ensuring
that certain groups, such as Dream Act students, Financial Aid recipients and Veterans
can still have their fees deferred until funds can be awarded for fee payment.
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individual trustees.
C. Update on Marketing and Outreach Efforts to Increase Enrollment – Interim Chancellor
Dr. Thelma Scott-Skillman will provide details of the marketing plan being implemented
by 25th Hour Communications, as well as describe the many initiatives undertaken by
the college constituencies and units. See Appendix A.
VIII.
DISCUSSION/ACTION ITEM
A. Accreditation Liaison Officer Gohar Momjian will present an update on the College's
progress in preparing the March 15 Show Cause report. Workgroup 14, composed of
the Board of Trustees, is responsible for providing initial input to prepare the response
to Standard IVB1, the accreditation standard that specifically deals with the governing
board. Standard IVB1 states:
The institution has a governing board that is responsible for establishing policies to
assure the quality, integrity, and effectiveness of the student learning programs and
services and the financial stability of the institution. The governing board adheres to a
clearly defined policy for selecting and evaluating the chief administrator for the college
of the district/system.
RECOMMENDATION: The Board will provide guidance and direction in responding to
Standard IVB1 (including subsections a-j).
B. Dr. Ed Shenk, Interim Vice Chancellor of Student Development, will present a report
on the proposed re-organization of the Student Development Division with rationale,
summary of focus group input and recommendations for a re-organization of the
Division. He will provide a brief power point outlining the key components of the report
and the final recommendations. See Appendix B.
RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Trustees approve the proposed reorganization of the Student Development Division with the understanding that upon
further review the Chancellor may make some modifications but will adhere to these
basic principles and the anticipated budget savings. Implementation of this proposed
structure is subject to any legally required consultation(s) over the effects
of the changes in structure.
C. Policy Revisions/Additions – The Accrediting Commission strongly recommended the
college review, revise and add various policies that reflect best practices in community
colleges. The following amended policy is a part of that effort:
Board Policy 8.01 – BUDGET PREPARATION AND FISCAL ACCOUNT
The preparation and publication of an annual budget of all District funds shall be
consistent with existing law and in accordance with a District budget calendar for
review, tentative adoption and final adoption. “Budget” includes any tentative,
proposed, or final budget required by law.
The Chancellor, or other designee, shall prepare and submit to the Board such reports
showing the financial and budgetary condition of the District, including outstanding
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obligations, as required by law and as necessary to apprise the Board of fiscal
circumstances affecting policy decisions.
Budget development shall meet the following criteria:
•
The annual budget shall support the District’s strategic plans.
•
Assumptions upon which the budget is based are presented to
the Board for review.
•
Unrestricted general reserves shall be no less than the prudent
reserve defined by the Chancellor’s Office of the California
Community Colleges.
•
Changes in the assumptions upon which the budget was based
shall be reported to the Board in a timely manner.
•
Budget projections address long term goals and commitments.
RECOMMENDATION: That the Board of Trustees conduct a first reading of the
amended board policy 8.01 – Budget Preparation and Fiscal Accountability and provide
direction for any modifications to be incorporated before the second reading.
IX.
APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS
FINANCE
B1
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Approval of Incoming Restricted Funds (Grants and Contract Education) *c
(pg. 1)
B2
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Approval of Contracts for Expenditures from Restricted Funds as required
by Grant Funding or Contract Education
*c
(pg. 6)
B3
-
Approval of outgoing unrestricted funds (General Fund)
(pg. 20)
B4
-
Authorization to Conduct a Fall 2013 Study Abroad Program in Paris,
France and to Contract with ACCENT International Consortium
for Academic Programs Abroad (ACCENT) for Travel and
Logistical Program Arrangements
(pg. 21)
B5
-
*c
Authorization to Conduct a Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program to Rome
and Florence, Italy and to contract with ACCENT International Consortium
for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd (ACCENT) for Travel and Logistical
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Program Arrangement
(pg. 23)
B6
B7
B8
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-
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Authorization to Conduct a Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program in
Madrid, Spain, and to Contract with ACCENT International Consortium
for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd (ACCENT) for Travel and
Logistical Program Arrangements
(pg. 25)
Authorization to enter into a contract with Insight Investments LLC for
purchase of refurbished computers
(pg. 27)
Authorization for three (3) new construction contracts and one (1) new
construction related service contracts that are not more than $60,000.
Contracts not subject to the formal bidding requirements of the Public
Contract Code.
(pg. 28)
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EQUIPMENT/SUPPLIES AND SERVICES
C1
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Procurement of Equipment, Supplies, Services, Etc., less than $3,000
(pg. 33)
*c
C2
-
Procurement of Equipment, Supplies, Services, Etc., more than or equal to
$3,000
*c
(pg. 34)
C3
-
Acceptance of Gifts/Donations
(pg. 37)
C4
-
Disposal of Personal Property with Insufficient Sales Value
(pg. 39)
*c
HUMAN RESOURCES
F1
F2
F3
-
-
-
G1-13 -
Educational Administrator - Associate Dean Outreach and
Recruitment
(pg. 42)
*c
Academic Employees Acceptance of Resignation and/or Resignation
with the Intent to Retire
(pg. 43)
*c
Administrative Non-Educational Appointment - Interim Dean Employee
Relations - Classification B, Manager V
(pg. 44)
*c
Academic Employees (Faculty) Credit Program/Non-Credit Program,
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District Funded City College of San Francisco Temporary Hourly
Assignments – Academic Employees: General Fund, Unrestricted and
Amending previously granted Leaves of Absence
(pg. 48)
H1-3
-
*c
Academic Employees (Faculty) Credit Program/Non-Credit Program,
Categorically Funded City College of San Francisco Temporary Hourly
Assignments – Academic Employees
*c
(pg. 49)
SPECIAL
S1
X.
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Approval of 6 new courses, 10 new course options, and 6 new
instructional programs recommended by the College Curriculum
Committee
(pg. 50)
*c
ACTIONS ON OTHER RESOLUTION AGENDA ITEMS
FINANCE
B9
-
Award of Soccer Field Pad Contract
(pg. 30)
B10
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Special Services Contract with Strata Information Group (SIG) to provide
Information Technology Consultation at a cost not to exceed $140,000 for
fiscal year 2012-2013
(pg. 31)
SPECIAL
S2
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Authorization to Apply for Grant Funding – Genentech Foundation
(pg. 52)
S3
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Amend the current master agreement between the San
Francisco Community College District and the San Francisco
Community College District Bookstore Auxiliary
(pg. 54)
S4
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Resolution Establishing a Parcel Tax Rate and Authorizing Collection
(pg. 56)
S5
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City College of San Francisco applauds Rodrigo Santos for his
outstanding service as Trustee
(pg. 57)
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XI.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES’ REPORTS
XII.
CHANCELLOR’S REPORT
XIII.
CLOSED SESSION ANNOUNCEMENTS - Legal Counsel Scott Dickey
XIV.
ADJOURNMENT
JANUARY MEETING:
January 24 – 6:30 P.M. – Regular Board of Trustees Meeting
Members of the public shall have an opportunity to speak in accordance with Government Code 54954.3 and Education Code 72121.5. The San Francisco
Community College District does not discriminate on the basis of disability in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs or activities.
Persons who wish to request disability-related accommodations including sign language interpreters should contact Leilani Battiste, Title 5 ADA Compliance Monitor,
31 Gough Street, Room 9A, San Francisco, CA 94103, Phone: (415) 241-2294. Please request accommodations as early as possible prior to the date of the Board
meeting in order to assure the best possible arrangements.
Notice to Public:
Periodically, writings that are public records which relate to an agenda item for an open session of a regular meeting of the Board of Trustee are distributed less than
72 hours prior to that meeting. Any such writings are available for public inspection at the time these writings are distributed to at least a majority of the Board. The
address where such writings will be available for public inspection is:
50 Phelan Avenue
Conlan Hall
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and
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Copies can be made at the cost of $.15 per page.
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Marketing
Jennifer Aries
Melissa Aries
25th Hour Communications
Design by Graphic Communications student,
Whitney Gisvold.
Activities in November
 Brought on board mid-November
 Assessment
 What we learned
 CCSF is filled with faculty and staff who are
dedicated to the college, the students, the
community, and each other.
 Recognition
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Samuel Santos
MaryLou Leyba
Gohar Momjian
Karen Saginor
The Plan
 Email blasts, 2x/week through 1/13/13, to:
 Current students
 Started 11/26/12
 Stop out students from the last four semesters
 Started 11/29/12
 Assumed management of official CCSF
Facebook page
 Positioned it to become “the place” to get your
questions answered and attain pertinent information
 "Likes" have increased by more than 3,000 in 3
weeks.
 25+ students have asked direct questions that have
been answered immediately or within 12 hours.
The Plan, continued
 Assumed management of the official CCSF
twitter handle.
 Using as tool for quick communication with students
 Followers have increased from 2 to 75 and counting
 Placed print ads in 12 Neighborhood
newspapers.
 Thanks to Alex and Glenn at the San Francisco
Neighborhood Newspaper Association
 "We're graduates of the CCSF journalism program.
We'll do as much as we can for CCSF."
 Launching an official CCSF YouTube channel
 Working with Francine Podenski & Outreach Office
The Plan, continued
 Launching a Facebook Ad Campaign
 Research shows that Facebook is the most effective
way to reach college and college-aged students
with a call to action.
 Will be targeting ages 16-19 and 20-40 with
separate, tailored campaigns
 Streamlining online application process from
Facebook
 Working with Gohar and Grace Esteban to create a
Facebook-specific landing page
 The goal is to make the application process as easy
and quick as possible
 Researching MUNI Bus Ads with intent to move
forward
Quick List
This is what’s happening right now:
 Social Media [Facebook and Twitter]
 Facebook Advertising Campaign
 Ads in several Neighborhood Newspapers
 “Dial-A-Student” Phone Banking
 Thank you SEIU & AFT for your help!
 Email blasts [Current, Stop Out]
 BART Outreach
 Thank you, Tom Blair, Department Chair of Foreign
Languages!
 Tables at BART stations in the city handing out
information
Quick List, continued
This is what’s happening right now:
 Community Outreach
 Positive News Stories
 Student-designed “Open” Postcard mailed to every
household in S.F.
 Design by Graphic Communications student, Whitney Gisvold.
 Faculty-generated memo to CCSF Community
 On website and being promoted as Ad on Facebook
 BEMA-created PSA on the CCSF Homepage
 Ocean/Phelan Board
 Fundraising through Whole Foods
 “Quick Take Thanks” Video
 Collaboration between Larry Kamer and the Broadcasting
Department
Example Email Blasts
Current Students
 Subject: The World Series of your Future
 If the San Francisco Giants can win the World Series
twice in three years, you can add another class to
your Spring 2013 schedule and succeed. Dominate
your future, like the Giants dominated the Tigers!
 For help with registration, or if you have any
questions, you can “Like” us on Facebook and follow
us on Twitter. You can also visit the website at
www.ccsf.edu or come see us on campus.
 Ram Pride! See you back here for Spring 2013!
 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CityCollege-of-San-Francisco/52854829754
 Twitter: @OfficialCCSF
Example Email Blasts
Stop Out Students
 Subject: Re-invest in YOU in 2013.
 We know the holidays are a busy time for everyone.
During the rush, don’t forget to give yourself the
greatest gift of all – the gift of education.
 Come back to CCSF and finish what you started. It
will change your life.
 Classes begin January 14th.
 Call us at (415) 239-3000 or visit our website at
www.ccsf.edu, to get started again.
 Make 2013 the year you grab hold of your future!
 Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CityCollege-of-San-Francisco/52854829754
 Twitter: @OfficialCCSF
Remember…
 We are all in this together. We appreciate that
everyone is coming together with their own
creativity and resources to take action and
move CCSF forward.
 We are CCSF.
 Thank you!
Date:
December 13, 2012
B1
Subject: Approval of incoming restricted funds (Grants and Contract Education)
(Resolution No. 121213-B1)
BACKGROUND: The following contracts have been negotiated on behalf of the District.
RECOMMENDATION: Authorization to approve new contracts and modify existing contracts.
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
120126-FIO
January 1, 2012 $235,000
to December 31,
2012
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
A
Renewal of
Existing
Contract
Sponsored Programs
Foundation of California State
University, Humboldt
January 1, 2013
to December 31,
2013
$235,000
Increase
$240,262
contract amount
by $5,262
The CCSF Small Business Development
Center (SBDC) is receiving an increase
of $5,262 in base Small Business
Administration (SBA) funding from the
Regional Lead Center, Sponsored
Programs Foundation of California State
University, Humboldt. The funds are for
base operations of the SBDC to counsel
500 entrepreneurs per year and to
provide 120 seminars at the SBA District
Office to 1,500 entrepreneurs per year.
CCSF's Small Business Development
Center (SBDC) is receiving a renewal of
its contract with the Small Business
Administration (SBA) funding from the
Regional Lead Center, Sponsored
Programs Foundation of California State
University, Humboldt to continue the
program.
Funding: SBA
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/ David Dore
121213-B1 – Page 1 of 5
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
B
New Grant
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
The University Corporation, SF November 15,
State
2012 with no
expiration date
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
$200
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANT
The CCSF Child Development & Family
Studies Department, Orfalea Family
Center, Ocean Avenue Campus has
received a stipend from the University
Corporation, SF State for providing a tour
for international students from Tokyo,
Japan. The monies will be used to
purchase supplies & equipment to
support the ongoing operation of the
child development program.
Funding Source: The University
Corporation, SF State
Indirect cost rate: None
Originator: Joanne Low/ Frederick
Chavaria
121213-B1 – Page 2 of 5
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
New Grant
November 1,
2012 to
November 30,
2014
$387,023
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
C
California Community Colleges
Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO)
Career and Technology
Education Community
Collaborative Grant
The CCSF Office of Career and
Technical Education (CTE) will receive
funding from CCCCO to work with the
San Francisco Unified School District
(SFUSD). The grant will focus on
building a seamless transition from
middle school through high school to
post-secondary education. CCSF will
work closely with SFUSD to build
pathways for students to attend college
while still in high school, in addition to
preparing all students for post-secondary
work and the academic and personal
challenges they will face.
Funding: CCCCO
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
GRANTS
D
New
Contract
121213-B1 – Page 3 of 5
San Francisco Department of
Economic and Workforce
Development
January 1, 2013
to
June 30, 2015
$400,000
The San Francisco Department of
Economic and Workforce Development
(DEWD) received a grant from the U.S.
Department of Labor (DOL) Workforce
Innovation Fund program. Funding will
support the city’s new Information
Technology Sector Academy in
conducting and scaling pilot projects to
test new workforce service delivery
practices that are designed to improve
outcomes for employers and
jobseekers. Pilots will develop local
talent through new project-based and
alternative training to produce better
defined career pathways that help
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
close the skills gap.
The CCSF Computer Networking and
Information Technology (CNIT) and
Computer Science (CS) Departments
are subrecipients of the DOL grant and
will participate by engaging in projectbased learning curriculum development
and course delivery, industry outreach
for internship and job placement, and
data collection and sharing. CCSF
students will have access to job
seeking services.
Indirect cost rate: 29.5% of personnel
costs
Originator: Joanne Low/David Yee
E
New Grant
Centers for Disease Control
October 1, 2012 to $21,000
(CDC)/Asian Week Foundation September 30,
2013
GRANTS
The CCSF Student Health Center is the
recipient of a CDC grant, subawarded
from the Asian Week Foundation to
provide Hepatitis B testing for qualified
CCSF students, faculty and staff. The
grant will reimburse CCSF for the Hep B
lab fee costs. The grant will also pay for
publicity, outreach and recruitment
efforts to maximize testing, and linkage
capacity. The purpose of the grant is to
provide more opportunities for people to
screen for hepatitis B and prevent liver
cancer.
Funding: CDC; no indirect
Originator: Ed Shenk/Sunny Clark
121213-B1 – Page 4 of 5
RESOLVED: That the Board authorizes the specific amendment to the resolution as indicated in the table, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their Designees are hereby
authorized to execute any and all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
121213-B1 – Page 5 of 5
Date:
December 13, 2012
B2
Subject: Approval of contracts for expenditures from restricted funds contracts as required by grant funding or
contract education
(Resolution No. 121213-B2)
BACKGROUND: The following contracts have been negotiated on behalf of the District.
RECOMMENDATION: Authorization to approve new contracts and modify existing contracts.
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
120823-B4-G
August 20, 2012
to December 31,
2012
$5,000
Increase contract $6,500
amount by
$1,500 and
extend end date
to February 28,
2013
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
CONTRACT EDUCATION
A
RED Consulting
As approved by the Board of Trustees in
Resolution No.120823-B4-G, the CCSF
Office of Contract Education contracted
with RED Consulting to provide various
occupational health and safety training
workshops to employees of San
Francisco International Airport. This is to
increase the contract by $1,500 and to
extend the end date to February 28,
2013.
Funding: San Francisco International
Airport; fund #129991
Originator: Joanne Low/David Dore
121213-B2– Page 1 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
120628-B5-F
July 1, 2012 to
December 31,
2012
$4,600
Extend contract
end date to
March 31, 2013
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
CONTRACT EDUCATION
B
Keith Gershon
As approved by the Board of Trustees in
Resolution No. 120628-B5-F, the CCSF
Office of Contract Education entered into
a contract with Keith Gershon to provide
a 2-day National Fire Protection Agency
(NFPA) Electrical Safety Training to the
Port of San Francisco. This is to modify
the existing contract with Keith Gershon
to extend the end date to March 31, 2013
with no additional funding.
Funding: Port of San Francisco; fund
#129991
Originator: Joanne Low/David Dore
121213-B2– Page 2 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
CONTRACT EDUCATION
C
121115-B1-B
As approved by the Board of Trustees in
Resolution Nos.121115-B1-B and
121115-B2-A, the CCSF Office of
Contract Education is contracting with
Meitetsu Travel to deliver three shortterm study programs to students from
Japan.
121115-B2-A
Dr. Mehdi Moosavi
November 7, 2012 $375
to November 28,
Palmer College of Chiropractic, 2012
$425
San Jose
New Contracts Stanley Belotinsky
November 13,
2012
$150
Michitera Koike
November 13,
2012
$400
Chuan Taguchi
November 8, 2012 $640
– 10, 2012
Iwai Yumi
121213-B2– Page 3 of 14
The Office of Contract Education will
extend the contract end date with the
named contractors for providing a sports
massage workshop to students from
Japan.
The Office of Contract Education will
contract with the named contractors to
provide workshops and interpretation
services as outlined in the contract.
Funding: Meitetsu Travel, Fund #127870
Originator: Joanne Low/David Dore
$310
Miho Saito
Change end date
to December 1,
2012
December 1,
2012
$250
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
100729-B5
110825-B6
120126-B4
August 1, 2010 to $163,134
December 31,
2012
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
D
Northern California District
Council of Laborers,
“Laborers Union”
Increase contract $172,134
amount by
$9,000
The CCSF CityBuild Academy grant is
increasing the contract amount of the
Professional Service Agreement for the
Northern California District Council of
Laborers by $9,000 to cover the cost of a
salary increase of the laborer specialist
employed by Northern California District
Council of Laborers “Laborers Union.”
The laborer specialist will assist City
College instructors and coordinators in
providing “hands-on” construction training
to students in the CityBuild Academy
program.
Funding: Mayor’s Office of Economic
and Workforce DevelopmentCityBuildAcademy (Fund #125332)
Indirect cost rate: 8% (capped by funder).
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 4 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
E
120322-B7-A
New Contract
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) January 2, 2013 $90,000
to March 31, 2013
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
As approved by the Board of Trustees in
Resolution No. 120322-B7-A, the CCSF
Advanced Transportation Technology
and Energy Initiative (ATTEi) has a
contract with El Camino College to
provide training to incumbent workers at
government and private entities related to
Alternative and Renewable Fuel and
Vehicle Technology.
ATTEi will now contract with BART, or a
designated BART trainer, to support the
training of maintenance personnel with
skills related to electric transit vehicle
maintenance.
Funding: California Employment
Development Division (EDD) through El
Camino College. Fund #125717
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 5 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
120927-B3-A, Center of Excellence, Chaffey
D
College
December 14,
2012 to June 30,
2013
Not to Exceed
$19,090
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
F
New Contract
As approved by the Board of Trustees in
Resolution No.120927-B3-A & D, the
CCSF Mid-Pacific Information
Communications Technologies (MPICT)
Center received a 3-year renewal grant
with the National Science Foundation
(NSF) to continue to promote and assist
Information Communications Technology
(ICT) education in community colleges in
California, Hawaii, and Nevada. To fulfill
the agreement, MPICT will contract with
the Center of Excellence at Chaffey
College to assess the skill demands for
ICT workforce and validate the
aggregated findings from the statewide
survey scheduled to be conducted in
November – January 2012.
Funds: NSF-MPICT fund #121054;
Perkins- ICT Collaborative fund #123677.
Indirect cost rate: 29.5% of personnel
costs (NSF), 4% (California Community
Colleges Chancellor’s Office; capped by
funder))
Originator: Joanne Low/ Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 6 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
G
120726-B7-F
120726-B8-L,
M, N, O, P
121115-B4-B
California Community Colleges April 18, 2013
Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO)
Not more than
$1,000
The CCSF California Community College
Real Estate Education Center (REEC)
received funding from the California
Community Colleges Chancellor’s
Office/Real Estate Endowment Fund to
continue its statewide activities. The
grant provides for the reimbursement of
out-of-pocket expenses for the
Endowment Board to attend their semiannual meetings. This is a contract to
reimburse the Advisory Board members
from Southern California to attend the
meeting at the California Community
College Chancellor’s Office, Sacramento,
CA, on Thursday, April 18, 2013.
Funding: CCCCO (2012-2013 grant).
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/David Dore
121213-B2– Page 7 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
H
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
The CCSF Office of Career and
Technical Education (CTE) will enter into
the following contracts:
110428-FIO
New Contract
CHANGE
Amanda Gerrie
January 1, 2013 $4,000
to March 31, 2013
Amanda Gerrie will assist in multiple
areas including professional development
for high school to college programs and
continued support for the middle school
STEPS program.
Tutorpedia
January 1, 2013
to March 31, 2013 $1,000
Tutorpedia will provide classroom tutoring
for students in the California High School
Education Exam (CAHSEE) Institute, a
dual enrollment program.
Funding: CTE Supplemental Fund
#123671.
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
I
110428-FIO
080318-FIO
New Contract
Richard Kos
January 1, 2013 $3,000
to March 31, 2013
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
GRANTS
The CCSF Office of Career and
Technical Education (CTE) and the GIS
(Geographic Information Systems)
Center will enter into a contract with
Richard Kos for curriculum development,
and for the teaching and professional
development of SFUSD teachers.
Funding: CTE Supplemental/Program
Income. 123671 – 60%; 125518 – 40%.
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 8 of 14
J
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
120223-FIO
January 1, 2013
to June 30, 2013
$8,000
Carla Trigueros
New Contract
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
The CCSF Office of Career and
Technical Education (CTE) will contract
with Carla Trigueros to record and track
data for the dual enrollment program,
assist with production of printed material
for the District, and provide support for
the dual enrollment website, and other
duties as assigned by the counseling
staff.
Funding: CTE Collaborative Fund
#123675.
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
GRANTS
K
120628-FIO
New Contract
Connie Huang
January 1, 2013
to June 30, 2013
$5,000
The CCSF Office of Career and
Technical Education (CTE) will contract
with Connie Huang to provide outreach
services to a specific cohort of students
at Marshall and Burton High Schools.
Funding: CTE Transitions. Fund
#121460.
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 9 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
110623-B7-F
November 5,
2012 to
December 14,
2012
$12,500
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
CONTRACT
L
Julia Taylor
New Contract
The CCSF Institute for International
Students will contract with Julia Taylor to
provide 3 courses to students from
Hochschule Fresenius, Cologne,
Germany. There will be 2 courses in the
area of Personnel Psychology and 1
course in the area of Travel and Tourism
Management.
Funding: Hochschule Fresenius. Fund
#125705
Originator: Joanne Low/Minh-Hoa Ta
CONTRACT
M
121025-B3-A
The CCSF Institute for International
Students will contract with the named
individuals to fulfill the contract with the
Supinfo International University.
New Contract
Angela Blackwell
November 13,
2012 to January
31, 2013
$4,400
$7,000
Angela Blackwell and David Babbitz will
provide a 9-week ESL course to the
students.
Barbara Knox
$21,400
Barbara Knox will provide 4 nine-week
ESL courses.
Abigail Ward
$21,400
David Babbitz
Abigail Ward will provide 4 nine-week
ESL courses.
Funding: Supinfo International University,
Paris, France.
Originator: Joanne Low/Minh-Hoa Ta
121213-B2– Page 10 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
N
080318-FIO
New Contract
Jennifer Gorospe
January 1, 2013
to June 30, 2013
$2,000
As presented in Resolution No. 080318FIO, the CCSF Geographic Information
Systems (GIS) Education Center teaches
customized workshops on the uses of
GIS technology in a variety of sectors.
The workshops are fee based and all
revenue is used to pay for guest lectures,
guest speakers, program coordinators,
instructors, and any related software or
hardware for the program.
The contractor will develop a contact list
of potential employers; she will also
develop a document detailing the GISEC
internship program process to properly
run the internship program after the
contract expires.
Funding: GIS Education Center/Grantfund #125518.
Indirect cost rate: 4% (capped by funder)
Originator: Joanne Low/Phyllis McGuire
121213-B2– Page 11 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
GRANTS
O
121025-B3-J
New Contracts Lee Riley, MD; UC Berkeley
October 12, 2012 $100
Damian Elias, PhD; UC
Berkeley
October 26, 2012 $150
Norman Matthew Ellinwood,
DVM, PhD; University Ames
Iowa
November 9, 2012 $200
Alan Krakauer, PhD; UC Davis
November 26,
2012
$150
The CCSF Biology Department, through
a National Science Foundation (NSF) SSTEM grant, contracted with the named
speakers. The grant is for scholarships,
services and workshop/speakers series
for Science, Technology, Engineering
and Math (STEM) students. Dr. Riley
lectured on tuberculosis; Dr. Elias
lectured on Jumping Spiders; Dr.
Ellinwood lectured on Orphan Diseases;
and Dr. Krakaurer lectured on Wild
Turkeys In Northern California.
Funding: National Science Foundation SSTEM; fund #121061.
Indirect cost rate: Not allowed by this
NSF program.
Originator: Joanne Low/David Yee
121213-B2– Page 12 of 14
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
P
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
CONTRACTS
The CCSF Counseling Department, with
funding from the Gates Foundation for the
Bridge to Success initiative, will contract with
the following:
110623-B7A15
111117-B6-C
New Contracts Maria Elena Guadamuz
January 3, 2013
to June 30, 2013
$35,000
Laurie Scolari
December 17,
2012 to June 30,
2013
$10,000
Black Parrot Productions
January 10, 2013 Not to Exceed
to April 10, 2013 $1,945
Maria Elena Guadamuz will serve as a
Research and Evaluation Consultant to
support research related to increasing the
college-going rates among first-generation
college students in San Francisco.
Laurie Scolari will serve as a Policy and Grant
Institutionalization Consultant to support
activities related to the institutionalization of
Bridge to Success initiatives that aim to close
the achievement gap and increase the
college-going rates among first-generation
college students in SF.
Black Parrot Productions will serve as
videographers and editors for a video shoot
for a marketing campaign to promote CCSF
as a viable option for African American and
Latino youth in SF. The Bridge to Success
grant guidelines indicate that CCSF must
implement a communications strategy plan
that includes videos.
Funding: Bridge To Success Grant from
Gates Foundation/SF Department of
Children, Youth, and Family Services (DCYF)
is fiscal agent with CCSF as the subrecipient.
Indirect cost rate: 5% (capped by funder)
Originator: Ed Shenk/ Lindy McKnight
121213-B2– Page 13 of 14
RESOLVED: That the Board authorizes the specific amendment to the resolution as indicated in the table, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their Designees are hereby
authorized to execute any and all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
121213-B2– Page 14 of 14
Date:
December 13, 2012
B3
Subject: Approval of outgoing unrestricted funds (General Fund)
(Resolution No. 121213–B3)
BACKGROUND: The following contracts have been negotiated on behalf of the District.
RECOMMENDATION: Authorization to approve new contracts and modify existing contracts.
ORIGINAL
GRANTOR/CONTRACTOR
RESOLUTION
NUMBER
A
New
Contract
th
25 Hour Communications
ORIGINAL
CONTRACT
DATE
November 13
to January 13,
2012
ORIGINAL
TOTAL
AMOUNT
CHANGE
NEW TOTAL
NOT TO
EXCEED
COMMENTS; ORIGINATOR
th
$12,000.
25 Hour Communications will be
tasked with increasing student
enrollment and
creating/communicating messages
about CCSF activities (includes
creating an immediate tactical
marketing plan and developing long
term college marketing and recruitment
plan).
Funding Source: Unrestricted General
Fund
Originator: Joanne Low
RESOLVED: That the Board authorizes the specific amendment to the resolution as indicated in the table, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their Designees are hereby
authorized to execute any and all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
121213-B3 – Page 1 of 1
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
B4
SUBJECT:
CONTRACTS/GRANTS
Authorization to Conduct a Fall 2013 Study Abroad Program in Paris,
France and to Contract with ACCENT International Consortium for
Academic Programs Abroad (ACCENT) for Travel and Logistical Program
Arrangements
(Resolution No. 121213-B4)
BACKGROUND:
ACCENT International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd. (ACCENT) has been
successfully providing City College of San Francisco with services for the Study Abroad Programs
in Paris, France for 45 semesters, including Fall 2012. CCSF program students and faculty have
consistently given ACCENT excellent evaluations.
ACCENT is now proposing their services for a semester program offering CCSF credit courses
in French Language, French Civilization and Culture, and Art History in Paris, France in Fall
2013 for the period from September 2 to December 6, 2013, with proposed program prices as
follows:
Fall 2013: September 2 to December 6, 2013 (95 nights)
# of Students
Program Cost
15-19 participants
$7,750
20-25 participants
$7,525
The program cost per student includes housing, instruction, excursions, student activities,
support services and ground transportation within Paris, and emergency student medical
insurance.
The costs of these programs are to be borne by the students, and the district shall not expend
any funds for transportation, housing, meals and/or incidentals.
Students who meet academic and financial criteria are eligible for both state and federal
financial aid while participating in a CCSF study abroad program (about 25-30% of CCSF
students on average fall into this category), and ACCENT is willing to work closely with
the financial aid office at CCSF and make special efforts for delayed payments from students
who have successfully applied for financial aid.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
ACCENT is the only organization that allows deferred payments (up to 40% of program cost)
until mid-semester when financial aid is disbursed, and will offer up to $1,000 in scholarships
specifically for CCSF students in the Paris program who fulfill the criteria.
ACCENT holds foreign general liability coverage to the amount of $7 million, issued by
Calender-Robinson Co., Inc., General Insurance Brokers, and City College of San Francisco will
be listed as an “additional insured” on the policy.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District approves authorization to
conduct a Study Abroad Program to Paris, France, Fall 2013 and to contract with ACCENT
International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd, to obtain travel and educational
program arrangements, with costs to be borne by the students; and that the Chancellor, the Vice
Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designees are hereby authorized to
execute any and all documents on behalf of the San Francisco Community College District to
effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Joanne Low
121213 B4 Page 2 of 2
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
SUBJECT:
B5
CONTRACTS/GRANTS
Authorization to Conduct a Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program to Rome
and Florence, Italy and to contract with ACCENT International Consortium
for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd (ACCENT) for Travel and Logistical
Program Arrangement
(Resolution No. 121213-B5)
BACKGROUND:
ACCENT International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd. (ACCENT) has been
successfully providing City College of San Francisco with services for the Study Abroad
Programs in Florence, Italy for 33 consecutive semesters, and in Rome and Florence for four
additional semesters, including Spring 2013. CCSF program students and faculty have
consistently given ACCENT excellent evaluations.
ACCENT is now proposing their services for a semester program offering CCSF credit courses
in Italian History and Art History in Rome and Florence, Italy during Spring 2014 for the period
from January 16 to April 18, 2014, with proposed program prices as follows:
Spring 2014: January 16 – April 18, 2014 (92 days)
# of Students
Program Cost
15-19 participants
$6,525
20-25 participants
$6,250
The program cost per student includes housing, instruction, excursions, student activities,
support services, coach transfer between Rome and Florence, and emergency student medical
insurance.
The costs of these programs are to be borne by the students, and the District shall not expend
any funds for transportation, housing, meals and/or incidentals.
Students who meet academic and financial criteria are eligible for both state and federal
financial aid while participating in a CCSF study abroad program (about 25-30% of CCSF
students on average fall into this category), and ACCENT is willing to work closely with the
financial aid office at CCSF and make special efforts for delayed payments from students who
have successfully applied for financial aid.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
ACCENT is the only organization that allows deferred payments (up to 40% of program cost)
until mid-semester when financial aid is disbursed, and will offer up to $1,000 in scholarships
specifically for CCSF students in the Rome and Florence program who fulfill the criteria.
ACCENT holds foreign general liability coverage to the amount of $7 million, issued by CalendarRobinson Co., Inc., General Insurance Brokers, and City College of San Francisco will be listed as
an “additional insured” on the policy.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District approves authorization to
conduct excursions to Florence and Rome, Italy, Spring 2014, and to contract with ACCENT
International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd, to obtain travel and educational
program arrangements, with costs to be borne by the students; and that the Chancellor, the Vice
Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designees are hereby authorized to
execute any and all documents on behalf of the San Francisco Community College District to
effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Joanne Low
121213-B5 Page 2 of 2
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
B6
SUBJECT:
CONTRACTS/GRANTS
Authorization to Conduct a Spring 2014 Study Abroad Program in Madrid,
Spain, and to Contract with ACCENT International Consortium for
Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd (ACCENT) for Travel and Logistical
Program Arrangements
(Resolution No. 121213-B6)
BACKGROUND:
ACCENT International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd. (ACCENT) has been
successfully providing City College of San Francisco with services for the Study Abroad
Programs in Madrid, Spain for 11 consecutive spring semesters since Spring 2003, including
Spring 2013. CCSF program students and faculty have consistently given ACCENT excellent
evaluations.
ACCENT is proposing their services for a semester program offering CCSF credit courses in
Spanish, Spanish Civilization and Culture, and Art History in Madrid, Spain in Spring 2014 for
the period from January 7 to March 29, 2014, with proposed program prices as follows:
Spring 2014: January 7 to March 29, 2014 for 81 nights
# of Students
Program Cost
15-19
$5,975 (student apartments)
15-19
$7,325 (homestay and ½ board)
20-25
$5,750 (student apartments)
20-25
$7,100 (homestay and ½ board)
The program cost per student includes housing, instruction, excursions, student activities,
support services and ground transportation within Spain, and emergency student medical
insurance.
The costs of these programs are to be borne by the students, and the district shall not expend
any funds for transportation, housing, meals and/or incidentals.
Students who meet academic and financial criteria are eligible for both state and federal
financial aid while participating in a CCSF study abroad program (about 25-30% of CCSF
students on average fall into this category), and ACCENT is willing to work closely with the
financial aid office at CCSF and make special efforts for delayed payments from students who
have successfully applied for financial aid.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
ACCENT is the only organization that allows deferred payments (up to 40% of program cost)
until mid-semester when financial aid is disbursed, and will offer up to $1,000 in scholarships
specifically for CCSF students in the Madrid program who fulfill the criteria.
ACCENT holds foreign general liability coverage to the amount of $7 million, issued by
Calender-Robinson Co., Inc., General Insurance Brokers, and City College of San Francisco will
be listed as an “additional insured” on the policy.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the San Francisco Community College District approves authorization to
conduct a Study Abroad Program to Madrid, Spain 2014, and to contract with ACCENT
International Consortium for Academic Programs Abroad, Ltd, to obtain travel and educational
program arrangements, with costs to be borne by the students; and that the Chancellor, the
Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designees are hereby authorized to
execute any and all documents on behalf of the San Francisco Community College District to
effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Joanne Low
121213-B6 Page 2 of 2
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
B7
SUBJECT: Authorization to enter into a contract with Insight Investments
LLC for purchase of refurbished computers
(Resolution No.121213-B7)
BACKGROUND:
Computers have a limited lifespan, typically five to six years. Many of the computers used by
employees at City College are more than ten years old and are obsolete. In order to provide
functionality, increase productivity, and save energy, these computers must be replaced. As a
first step in this process, City College will replace approximately 140 of the oldest computers
with refurbished ones.
In October 2012 City College solicited quotes from three computer vendors, including OmniPro
(our current vendor for new computers). The instructions to vendors were to provide quotes for
refurbished two-year old computers of the same model that CCSF already owns with a threeyear warranty. City College received two quotes. OmniPro declined to participate. The quotes
received were approximately one-third the cost of a new computer. Based on the quotes
provided, City College has determined that Insight Investments LLC has the lowest price per
unit.
Vendor
Desktop
Insight Investments LLC
$261
CDI Computer Dealers Inc.
$309
OmniPro
Declined to Participate
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby given to contract with Insight Investments LLC to
purchase refurbished computers for an amount not to exceed $45,000 for the fiscal year 2013.
The funding for this purchase is from the general fund and is in the current ITS budget, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and
Administration and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Peter Goldstein
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
RODRIGO SANTOS • STEVE NGO • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
The Facilities, Infrastructure & Technology Committee on December 5, 2012 reviewed and voted to forward this resolution to the Board with a
recommendation for approval.
DATE:
December 13, 2012
B8
SUBJECT:
CAPITAL OUTLAY
Authorization for three (3) new construction contracts and one (1) new construction related service contract that are not more than
$60,000. Contracts not subject to the formal bidding requirements of the Public Contract Code.
(Resolution No. 121213-B8)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
GRANTOR/ CONTRACTOR
REQUESTED
CONTRACT
AMOUNT
A
Federighi Design Inc.
$28,796.17
B
Vision Works
$57,960.00
C
Correction of BR#120927-B1A:
Special Testing/Inspection for
Annex Collapsible Seating
Special Testing/Inspection
Consultant (Chinatown/North
Beach Center) - BSK
Associates
Plum Architects
D
$25,000
$10,000.00
COMMENTS
PROJECT
BUDGET
Provide and install demonstration unit including
$150,000
counter, faucet, under counter refrigerator and range
for the cooking demonstration classroom in Statler
Wing Lecture Room 14. Project to be funded by
private funds raised by the Culinary Arts and
Hospitality Department.
Provide materials and labor necessary for the Culinary $150,000
Arts Department’s remodel of Statler Wing Lecture
Room 14 including but not limited to carpentry,
electrical, plumbing, painting, repair of student chairs
and flooring work. Project to be funded by private
funds raised by the Culinary Arts and Hospitality
Department.
The seating is to be partially constructed in Belgium
145.5M
requiring special investigation and controls at that
location and follow through when the final assembly is
being completed here at the site. It has been
determined that one firm with offices in both locations
would be the most cost effective method of
accomplishing this work.
Provide architectural and engineering services for the
$150,000
Culinary Arts Department’s remodel of cooking
demonstration classroom in Statler Wing Lecture Room
14. Project to be funded by private funds raised by the
Culinary Arts and Hospitality Department.
TOTAL
PROJECT
FUNDS
COMMITTED
WITH THIS
ACTION
$28,796.17
$57,960.00
145.5M
$10,000.00
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the Board authorizes and approves the specified new contract as indicated in the table, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute
any and all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Peter Goldstein: Originator
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 415) 239-3000
Date:
December 13, 2012
Subject:
C1
EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES & SERVICES
Procurement of Equipment, Supplies, Services, Etc.,
less than $3,000
(Resolution No. 121213-C1)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Listed below is a summary of purchases for equipment, supplies, and services in
individual amounts of less than $3,000 that are necessary for the support of District
operations, and therefore are recommended for approval by the Board of Trustees. It is
certified that the items summarized below are in accord with the Board of Trustees
policy and that funds are available to cover payment. These expenditures for the month
of November are all charged to budgets already approved by the Board of Trustees in
tentative Resolution No. 120628-B1a Adoption of the Annual Budget.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That approval be hereby given for the procurement of the equipment,
supplies, services, etc., totaling $198,662.81 for October 27 – November 26, 2012,
individual amounts of less than $3,000 not heretofore approved as summarized and
detailed below:
November 2012
Direct Payments
91,566.68
Purchase Orders
102,984.58
Travel/Mileage
Grand Total:
4,111.55
$ 198,662.81
John Bilmont, Originator
12/13/12 – C1 page 1
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT  DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT DR. NATALIE BERG  CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO  RODRIGO SANTOS  LAWRENCE WONG WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 415) 239-3000
SHARED GOVERNANCE REVIEW:
X This resolution does not require review by the Shared Governance System.
___ This resolution requires review by the Shared Governance System for
recommendation to the Chancellor. The following Shared Governance body(ies)
reviewed this resolution and took action on it on the date indicated:
Date
Recommended
Not
Recommended
Reviewed
Only
Academic
Senate
CAC
College PBC
Only _________________________________________ required to review this
resolution.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT  DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT DR. NATALIE BERG  CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO  RODRIGO SANTOS  LAWRENCE WONG WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 415) 239-3000
Date:
December 13, 2012
Subject:
C2
EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES & SERVICES
Procurement of Equipment, Supplies,
Services, Etc., more than or equal to $3,000
(Resolution No. 121213-C2)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
The following departmental requests for the purchase of supplies, equipment, and services have been
received and processed (October 27 – November 26, 2012). Investigation indicates that they are
necessary for the support of District operations, and therefore are recommended for approval by the
Board of Trustees. District personnel exercised review and approval to verify that the items summarized
below are in accord with the Board of Trustees policy and that funds are available to cover payment.
Supplies, equipment, and services less than $60,000 and representing recurring activities necessary to
support and maintain the ongoing activities of the college are authorized in the current fiscal year under
either the tentative operating budget resolution 120628-B1a or the Chancellor’s enabling resolution
061121-S4 or both.
Supplies, equipment and services greater than or equal to $60,000 may be authorized under the tentative
operating budget resolution 120628-B1a. These requests for purchase were anticipated in the formulation
of the final operating budget and represent recurring annual outlays for utilities, recurring operating leases
like copiers, printing, maintenance services and supplies, etcetera.
Supplies, equipment and services greater than or equal to $60,000 not anticipated in the final operating
budget or occurring in funds other than the Unrestricted General Fund are authorized under one or more
unique board resolutions. The relevant governing board resolutions are annotated in column H in
attachment A.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That approval is hereby given for the procurement of the equipment, supplies, and
services, as detailed in Attachment A.
Total for November 2012:
$
810,453.33
John Bilmont, Originator
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT  DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT DR. NATALIE BERG  CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO  RODRIGO SANTOS  LAWRENCE WONG WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 415) 239-3000
SHARED GOVERNANCE REVIEW:
X This resolution does not require review by the Shared Governance System.
___ This resolution requires review by the Shared Governance System for recommendation to the
Chancellor. The following Shared Governance body(ies) reviewed this resolution and took action on
it on the date indicated:
Date
Recommended
Not Recommended
Reviewed Only
Academic Senate
CAC
College PBC
Only _________________________________________ required to review this resolution.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT  DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT DR. NATALIE BERG  CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO  RODRIGO SANTOS  LAWRENCE WONG WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
A
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
B
C
D
E
F
G
Monthly Vendor Activity For Fiscal Year: 13
Activity Date From: October 27 - November 26, 2012
BR#120628-B1a
Vendor
$60,000 or above
Apple Computer, Inc.
Austin Community College
CCSF Bookstore
CleanSource, Inc.
Jones James
Omnipro Systems Inc.
Ricoh Business Solutions
Saflund Peter
Strata Information Group
VWR International, Inc.
ID
Fund
@00002879
@00014982
0505101
@00003971
@00197165
2871701
@00002946
@00171010
@00003177
@00000056
122302
121048
123675
U
121054
125513, 141030
125510
121044
724059
724006
Year-To-Date (1)
Amount
$
$
Less than $60,000
3QC, Inc.
American Marketing System Inc.
Armstrong Medical Industries Inc.
Asset Works
BSN Sports
Bound Tree Medical, LLC
CART/Captioning & Reporting Srvs
CMS
Columbia Dentoform Corp.
Columbia Graphics
Computerland of Silicon Valley
De Carlo Pamela
Demetrius Bruce
Division of the State Architect
Eastern Book Company
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
Gold Hill Associates, LLC
Granicus Inc.
Grotegut Richard
Guadamuz Maria
Haight Elaine
Hayward Travel Center
Hilton Hotels
Jones Sandy
McKeever Michael
Nichols Consulting
Org. Metrics
Pacific Coast Trane Service
Pasco Scientific
Performance Based Ergonomics, Inc.
Pro-Dex, Inc.
Regents of the Univ. of California
Robert E. Simms, LLC
Rodas Urdaneta Claudia
SAS Institute Inc.
SWACC
@00174568
@00175876
0237201
@00225447
@00002520
9137701
@00208254
@00197153
0532101
@00251657
*COMPLAND
W00009810
W00007136
@00004078
@00004251
@00001488
@00275561
@00248970
@00226245
W99015081
@00237432
@00041289
@00001484
@00229553
@00226250
@00143501
@00203277
1405601
1431001
@00098521
@00275263
@00146878
@00243500
W99184168
9149001
@00004080
H
12/13/12- C2-A Attachment A
85,287.80
127,798.00
426,704.59
70,000.00
172,000.00
212,670.12
288,845.64
70,000.00
125,000.00
74,994.70
1,653,300.85
33,450.91
20,260.00
9,647.82
32,000.00
7,334.70
23,986.41
5,000.00
4,394.34
4,676.44
6,941.84
15,591.18
7,600.00
6,500.00
3,517.46
14,925.00
9,470.80
3,183.61
20,900.00
5,667.00
42,660.00
5,250.00
17,000.00
9,819.99
5,050.00
5,000.00
9,000.00
30,000.00
8,026.15
7,290.24
5,495.00
5,010.16
3,264.00
15,750.00
4,040.00
3,679.00
3,615.32
Previously (2)
Reported
$
$
73,590.58
73,672.00
419,530.20
30,000.00
204,100.38
281,169.92
100,000.00
70,831.76
1,252,894.84
15,195.00
4,081.96
4,053.92
2,000.00
9,876.38
337.71
7,200.00
4,265.90
10,400.00
667.00
37,660.00
250.00
6,349.97
1,150.00
495.00
1,040.00
-
Net (3)
Change
$
$
Authority (Comments) (4) (5)
11,697.22
54,126.00
7,174.39
40,000.00
172,000.00
8,569.74
7,675.72
70,000.00
25,000.00
4,162.94
400,406.01
33,450.91
5,065.00
9,647.82
32,000.00
3,252.74
19,932.49
3,000.00
4,394.34
4,676.44
6,941.84
5,714.80
7,600.00
6,500.00
3,179.75
7,725.00
5,204.90
3,183.61
10,500.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
5,000.00
17,000.00
3,470.02
3,900.00
5,000.00
9,000.00
30,000.00
8,026.15
7,290.24
5,000.00
5,010.16
3,264.00
15,750.00
3,000.00
3,679.00
3,615.32
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
#
BR#120628-B1a
BR#120628-B5
BR#120628-B1a
BR#120628-B1a
BR#120927-B4
BR#120628-B1a
BR#120628-B1a
BR#110825-B6
BR#120726-B1
BR#120628-B1a
A
1
2
3
4
5
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
B
C
D
E
F
Monthly Vendor Activity For Fiscal Year: 13
Activity Date From: October 27 - November 26, 2012
BR#120628-B1a
Vendor
ID
San Francisco Municipal [email protected]
Agency
Sanders Ronald
W00164690
Silicon Mountain Memory Inc
@00132452
SimplexGrinnell LP
1711102
Sms Tech Solutions
@00205884
T & B Sports
941595671
TFS-Air Filter Sales and Service
0151702
Terry Jodi
@00270194
The College Board
@00140230
The Davey Tree Expert Company
@00262613
TriMark Economy Restaurant Fixtures 0693401
U.S. Postal Service
@00002868
Vavrinek, Trine, Day & Co. LLP
@00005070
Virco Mfg Corporation
1937001
YBP Library Services
@00004564
Yates Hillman
W00423844
Grand Total
G
H
12/13/12- C2-A Attachment A
$
Year-To-Date (1)
Amount
21,228.00
7,040.00
8,745.25
19,778.78
7,440.00
29,182.01
23,200.00
5,000.00
6,650.00
3,230.00
14,124.96
23,536.91
44,520.00
8,931.10
48,185.00
7,200.00
692,989.38
$
Previously (2)
Reported
15,630.00
4,431.87
16,000.00
25,818.01
20,000.00
2,000.00
3,500.00
3,500.00
41,290.00
4,964.34
40,785.00
282,942.06
$
2,346,290.23
$
1,535,836.90
Fund
Notes:
1: Year To Date Encumbrances plus Direct Payments for all vendors.
2: Periods prior to current reporting period, Encumbrances plus Direct Payments.
3: Current month activity, Encumbrances plus Direct Payments.
4: Attachment B is available both at the Board meeting for public inspection and on request through the Office of the Vice Chancellor
5: TBD, currently in research.
Net (3)
Change
Authority (Comments) (4) (5)
$
5,598.00
7,040.00
4,313.38
3,778.78
7,440.00
3,364.00
3,200.00
3,000.00
3,150.00
3,230.00
10,624.96
23,536.91
3,230.00
3,966.76
7,400.00
7,200.00
410,047.32
$
810,453.33
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
C3
SUBJECT:
Acceptance of Gifts/Donations
(Resolution No. 121213-C3)
BACKGROUND: San Francisco City College District (SFCCD) Policy Manual Section
8.08 Acceptance of Gifts provides that (1) motor vehicles, (2) aircraft, (3) cash exceeding
$250, (4) securities, (5) precious stones, (6) precious metals, (7) goods other than (1) or
(2) above with a market value exceeding $1,500, be accepted by the SFCCD only by
resolution of the Board of Trustees.
WHEREAS: The SFCCD has been tendered the gifts detailed in Attachment A; and
WHEREAS: The Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs declares that these gifts will
enhance the instructional program of the San Francisco Community College District;
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the Chancellor and the Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration
and/or their designees, are hereby authorized to accept the gifts listed on Attachment A
for and in the name of the San Francisco Community College District; and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That upon transfer of legal title of these gifts described in
Attachment A, the Secretary of the SFCCD Board of Trustees is directed to notify the
donors of acceptance of the gifts by the governing board.
Originator: Joanne Low
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
Resolution No. 121213-C3
Attachment A
Description
Donor
Cash donation to Restore Classes
Cash donation to Restore Classes
Cash donation to Earth Sciences
Department
Cash donation to Earth Sciences
Department
Cash donation to Chinatown/North
Beach Campus
Cash donation to Associated
Students Mission Campus
Arnold Kuper
Markus Kopius
Darrel Hess
Market Value
(declared by donor)
$5,530
$1,026
$2,000
Katryn Wiese
$1,000
Hon Wah Cheung
$1,000
ADIR Restaurants
Corp. dba Pollo
Campero
UAW Northern Area
CAP
$500
Cash donation to Associated
Students Council
Resolution 121213-C3 -- Page 2 of 2
$300
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
C4
DATE:
December 13, 2012
Subject:
DISPOSAL OF EQUIPMENT
Disposal of Personal Property with Insufficient Sales Value
(Resolution No. 121213-C4)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
It has been determined that the property identified in Schedule A is unsatisfactory, not in
serviceable condition, and is of insufficient value to defray the costs of arranging a sale.
It is recommended that the property be safely collected and recycled.
California Education Code Section 81452 reads in part as follows: “(c) If the Board by a
unanimous vote of those members present, finds that the property is of insufficient value
to defray the cost of arranging a sale, it may be disposed of in the local public dump.”
And The California Department of Toxic Substances Control 2006 Universal Waste Law
states that “televisions, computer monitors, laptop computers and most other electronic
devices cannot be disposed to the trash. The prohibition of computer monitors in the
trash applies to both cathode ray tube (CRT) monitors, and liquid crystal diode (LCD)
monitors.”
All electronic wastes will be recycled via the College’s agreement with Electronic
Recyclers; a State of California certified collector and recycler.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That authorization is hereby granted to dispose and recycle whenever
possible of all unsatisfactory and unserviceable equipment listed on Schedule A,
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and
Administration, and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute any and all
documents on behalf of the College to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Peter Goldstein
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
RODRIGO SANTOS • STEVE NGO • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
Disposal Equipment C4-ATTACHMENT
Description
Dell Server
Dell Server
Dell Server
Dell Server
Dell Server
HP Switch
Manufacturer
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
Dell
HP
Asset No.
009005
009003
008980
008990
008989
004675
Model No.
PowerEdge 2600
PowerEdge 1650
PowerEdge 2650
PoweEdge 2550
PowerEdge 2650
HP Procurve 9304M
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
Zero Client
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PANO LOGIC
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PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
PANO LOGIC
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PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
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PANO-PAC-102-NA
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PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
PANO-PAC-102-NA
Serial No.
HCKGZ21
BIDTR11
GDJOX21
3SLYR11
CYB1621
J4139A
1171100BA6-2PLC0
1171100BA6-2PLC0
1171100B8A-2PLC0
11711009B7-2PLC0
1171100807-2PLC0
1171100B58-2PLC0
1171100B75-2PLC0
1171100B85-2PLC0
1171100BBB-2PLC0
1171100B7B-2PLC0
1171100B9B-2PLC0
1171100B6C-2PLC0
1171100BC8-2PLC0
1171200E0D-2PLC0
1171200E16-2PLC0
1171200E2C-2PLC0
1171200E23-2PLC0
1171200DE3-2PLC0
1171200D4F-2PLC0
1171200DDF-2PLC0
1171200E21-2PLC0
1171200E00-2PLC0
1171100949-2PLC0
1171100948-2PLC0
11711008E4-2PLC0
117110094B-2PLC0
117110095F-2PLC0
11711009AC-2PLC0
1171100939-2PLC0
117110092D-2PLC0
117110097D-2PLC0
1171100AC1-2PLC0
11711009F2-2PLC0
11711009E2-2PLC0
1171100A29-2PLC0
1171100AA8-2PLC0
1171100A1B-2PLC0
11711009E6-2PLC0
1171100AB5-2PLC0
1171100A19-2PLC0
Location
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Acquistion Date
June 2003
March 2003
June 2003
August 2002
December 2002
Unknown
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
Batmale Computer Room
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December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
December 2010
Original
Appraised
Cost
Value
Unknown
$0.00
$0.00
$2,852.00
Unknown
$0.00
$5,182.00
$0.00
$6,749.00
$0.00
Unknown
$0.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$259.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
$0.00
Fund
Sousrce
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Unknown
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
Bond
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City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
Subject:
F1
HUMAN RESOURCES
Resignation
Educational Administrator
Associate Dean Outreach and Recruitment
(Resolution No. 121213-F1)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
Resolution 121213-F1 covers the resignation of an educational administrator.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the resignation of Laurie Scolari from her employment as Associate Dean
Outreach and Recruitment with the San Francisco Community College District be accepted
effective close of business November 23, 2012.
Originator: Clara Starr
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
F2
Subject:
HUMAN RESOURCES
Academic Employees Acceptance of
Resignation and/or Resignation with the Intent to Retire
(Resolution No. 121213-F2)
The following academic employees have submitted, and the Chancellor has accepted,
Resignation and/or Resignation with the Intent to Retire.
RETIREMENT
Bozina, Robert P.
Chan, P. Agnes W.
Fernandez, Germania
Hawthorne, Mark
Klot, Steven
Metzgar, Joseph V.
Nguyen, Chau
Ventura, John
Viramontes, Xavier
PT
FT
PT
PT
FT
PT
PT
PT
PT
Music
ESL
Foreign Languages
Administration of Justice
IDST
Older Adults
ESL
ESL
Art
12/19/12
12/19/12
08/31/12
12/19/12
12/19/12
12/19/12
12/19/12
12/19/12
12/19/12
Originator: Clara Starr
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
F3
SUBJECT:
Human Resources
Administrative Non-Educational Appointment
Interim Dean Employee Relations - Classification B, Manager V
(Resolution No. 121213-F3)
BACKGROUND:
Resolution 121213-F3 covers an appointment for the position Interim Dean Employee Relations
(Office of the Chancellor). Board of Trustees’ approval is required.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That effective December 14, 2012, appointment not to exceed one year or until a
permanent dean is hired, Mickey Branca be appointed Interim Dean Employee Relations –
Classified B, Manager V (Office of the Chancellor).
Salary shall be in accord with the Non-Educational Administrators’ Salary Schedule,
Classification B, Manager V, Step 11.
The Interim Dean shall not receive retirement, health, dental, vision, or other fringe benefits.
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and
Administration, and/or their designees are hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Clara Starr, Originator
Attachment
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
Mickey Branca
CO-PRINCIPAL (OWNER) - PEARLDIVING, LLC
MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
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(10/01 – PRESENT)
Nonprofit & Public Sector Specific (Union and Non-Union) Consulting
o Negotiate for management in collective bargaining and arbitration.
o Conduct Investigations into Employee Grievances, Misconduct and/or Performance Issues.
o Coach Board of Directors, Executive and Operational Management on:
ƒ Employment and Labor Issues
ƒ Organizational transitions and restructurings
ƒ Business, operations, financial and human resources management effectiveness.
ƒ Executive Transition
ƒ Executive Search
o Strategic retreat and other facilitation for Nonprofit Boards and Executive Teams.
o Lead Board of Directors and staff through annual business planning processes.
o Tailor trainings on finance and fund accounting to Board of Directors.
o Manage relationships with public and private funders.
o Consult on 501(c)3 formation and dissolution.
Perform as Interim Chief Financial, Human Resources, and Administration Officer
Comprehensive Organizational assessments focused on:
o Organization-wide financial health
o Financial leadership
o Effective human resources management
o Administrative organizational effectiveness
o Effective finance operations and systems
Restructure balance sheets to facilitate improved financial and organizational performance.
Manage Accounting, Payroll and Other System Conversions.
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PROFESSIONAL LEGAL EXPERIENCE
PRIVATE PRACTICE (PART-TIME) – CONNECTICUT LICENSED
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(1/09 – PRESENT)
Labor & Employment
Wills and Trusts
Civil litigation
Criminal
UNITED NATIONS INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL TRIBUNAL FOR THE FORMER YUGOSLAVIA – THE HAGUE
Legal Intern
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(9/05-3/06)
Submitted article to the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia on international legal
issues related to war crimes and violations of humanitarian law in Sudan.
o “Why the United States Should But Probably Will Not Endorse an Investigation by the
International Criminal Court Into the International Crimes in Darfur,” (submitted with
Mickey Branca
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application for internship at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia, March
2005).
Provided legal support to five international criminal attorneys prosecuting three defendants for
crimes against humanity and other international crimes in violation of the customs of war.
Completed document discovery, disclosure, and trial preparation of 30 prosecution witnesses.
Researched and summarized the law of Command Responsibility.
Drafted motion on previously adjudicated facts.
Summarized witness testimony in preparation for closing of prosecution’s case.
Served as second chair to Senior Trial Attorney in court.
UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, SCHOOL OF LAW – SAN FRANCISCO
Law Student
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(8/03-5/05)
Completed article entitled “Race, Law & Policy – Gaps in Domestic and International Law for the
Protection of Workers of Color” (accepted as writing requirement towards the Juris Doctorate).
Completed pro bono research and closing arguments for refugee law attorney on successful
asylum claims of three El Salvadoran refugees persecuted for their political opinions.
Researched current issues and proposed resolution language to the UN Commission Charter on Human
Rights related to current issues of arbitrary detention and border deaths of migrant workers resulting from
increasing border security in Spain, Australia, and the United States. [Certified to practice Human Rights
Law at The Commission].
o Published article “Border Deaths and Arbitrary Detention of Migrant Workers” (Human Rights
Advocates & UN Commission on Human Rights, Geneva, Switzerland, April 2005).
Organized USF School of Law community to join FAIR v. Rumsfeld, a grassroots initiative to uphold
First Amendment rights of law schools nationally to bar the US military from on-campus recruitment given
the latter’s policy of employment discrimination based on sexual orientation [Solomon Amendments].
Provided free legal services to tenants facing unlawful detainer, illegal rent increase, and habitability
violations [certified to practice civil litigation].
Lecturer with Professor of International Criminal Law in USF African Studies Program on international
criminal legal issues related to war crimes in Rwanda and legal issues related to the ongoing conflict in
Democratic Republic of Congo.
CORPORATE SECTOR – USA / NORTHERN EUROPE
(1/82 – 12/00)
Voluntarily transitioned from a diverse executive management career which culminated in a position as
Director of Finance of a $250 million division of an internationally recognized management
and information systems consulting firm.
• FUJITSU CONSULTING – EDISON, NEW JERSEY
(11/90-12/00)
Director of Finance, Communications Division – Edison, New Jersey (11/99-12/00)
Managing Director, Scandinavian Consulting Region – Denmark, Norway, Sweden (2/99-10/99)
Director of International Staffing, Operations & Finance – San Francisco (11/95-1/99)
Management Consultant to Public & Private Clients – Los Angeles, Boston (11/90-10/95)
• GLENDALE FEDERAL BANK – GLENDALE, CALIFORNIA
Vice President – Director of Operations & Information Systems Strategic Planning
(9/83-10/90)
Mickey Branca
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EDUCATION
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University of San Francisco, School of Law
Juris Doctorate (May 2005)
University of California, Los Angeles – The Anderson Executive School
Masters of Management (July 1993)
State University of New York, Purchase College
Bachelor of Arts with Honors, Political Philosophy (January 1978)
PROFESSIONAL DESIGNATIONS
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Member of Connecticut Bar (May 2008)
Certified in Public Interest Law
Public Interest Clearinghouse, San Francisco (May 2005)
COMMUNITY SERVICE & PERSONAL INFORMATION
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Pro bono Management Consultant to Nonprofits, San Francisco
Asian & Pacific Islander Wellness Center (1/02 – 10/06)
Horizons Foundation (7/01 – 9/01)
Student Activist: PrideLaw Association, Feminists In Action Together, Asian Pacific American Law Students
Association, Black Law Students Association (USF School of Law, 8/02 – 5/05)
High School Volunteer, Geography & International Relations, San Francisco
San Francisco School Volunteers (9/01 – 6/02)
Farm Labor Organizer & Director of Volunteers , Long Island, New York (1977-1979)
• Documented and Undocumented Workers
Language Training: Intensive Spanish
• La Escuela Leonesa, Nicaragua, Summer 2003
• Projecto Linguistico Francisco Marroguín, Guatemala, Fall-Winter 2008
Interests: political economics, international travel, cooking, knitting, reading, cycling, hiking, swimming, and
camping
CLIENTS
City College of San Francisco
Renne Sloan Holztman Sakai, LLP
Leadership Public Schools
Pangaea
Ella Baker Center for Human
Rights
9 Asian American Justice Center
9 Destiny Arts Center
9 Asian Pacific Islander American
Health Forum
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9
REFERENCES UPON REQUEST
9 Earth Island Institute
9 La Familia Counseling Service
9 APPEAL – Asian Pacific Partners
for Empowerment, Advocacy, and
Leadership
9 ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER WELLNESS
CENTER
9 Aids Emergency Fund
9 Horizons Foundation
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
SUBJECT:
G1-G13
Academic Employees (Faculty)
Credit Program/Non-Credit Program
District Funded
City College of San Francisco
Temporary Hourly Assignments - Academic
Employees: General Fund, Unrestricted and
Amending previously granted Leaves of Absence
(Resolution No.121213-G1-G13)
BACKGROUND:
These resolutions cover district funded academic employees appointments and/or other related personnel transactions. Unless otherwise indicated
in the resolution, appointments are classified as temporary. Board of Trustees approval is required.
Information specific to these types of appointments may be reviewed on the City College of San Francisco website at
http://www.ccsf.edu/NEW/en/about-city-college/board-of-trustees/bot_meetings_1.html by scrolling down and clicking the specific date under
the “Meeting Agendas” column and by clicking the specific item to review in the “Table of Contents” column. When this resolution is posted online,
the information specific to these types of appointments is included on subsequent pages within the pdf document. A hard copy of the report will be
available at the Board meeting.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute any and
all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Clara Star
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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TEMPORARY HOURLY ASSIGNMENTS
RESOLUTION G1a: Full-Time ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: General Fund, Unrestricted
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester and department shown.
Employment is contingent upon adequate class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential,
tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish
eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the
AFT contract. Total assignments for academic employees shall not exceed the numbers of hours per week per Title V of the California Code of
Regulations considered a full-time assignment for regular employees having comparable duties.
Assignment Reported as of 11/27/2012 for FULL-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
Edwards, Sharon
Gee, Procerpina R
Mayer, Ann B
Nishihira, Robert M
Department
Biological Sciences
Licensed Vocational Nursing
Licensed Vocational Nursing
Photography
Division
Credit
NonCredit
Credit
Credit
RESOLUTION G1b: Part-Time ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: General Fund, Unrestricted
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester and department shown.
Employment is contingent upon adequate class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential,
tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish
eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the
AFT contract. Total assignments for academic employees shall not exceed the numbers of hours per week per Title V of the California Code of
Regulations considered a part-time assignment for regular and for restricted employees having comparable duties. Total assignments for temporary
part-time faculty shall not exceed 67% of the hours per week considered as full-time assignments for regular employees having comparable duties.
Assignment Reported as of 11/27/2012 for PART-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
Department
Division
Castro-Rojas, Carmen
Health Education
Credit
Dominia, Rosemarie N
Licensed Vocational Nursing
Credit
Piper, Mark
Latin Amer & Latino/a Studies
Credit
Seifert, Margaret A
Nursing
Credit
Wynne, Patricia
Labor and Community Studies
NonCredit
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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RESOLUTION G2a: Full-Time ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: General Fund, Restricted
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester, department, and restricted
program shown. Employment is contingent upon funds available in the applicable restricted program. Employment is contingent upon adequate
class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential, tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under
Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in
accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the AFT contract.
Assignment Reported as of 11/27/2012 for FULL-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
Department
Division
Grant
RESOLUTION G2b: Part-Time ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: General Fund, Restricted
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester, department, and restricted
program shown. Employment is contingent upon funds available in the applicable restricted program. Employment is contingent upon adequate
class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential, tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under
Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in
accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the AFT contract. Total assignments for
temporary part-time academic employees shall not exceed 67% of the hours per week considered a full-time assignment for regular employees
having comparable duties.
Assignment Reported as of 11/27/2012 for PART-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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Department
Division
Grant
CONTRACTS
Resolution G3: Reassignment
RESOLVED: That effective
Resolution -G4: Full-Time First Year Contract
RESOLVED: That on the effective dates indicated, the following named academic employee be appointed as full-time faculty. Appointment shall be
contingent upon verification of satisfactory physical examination, a tuberculosis clearance, and completion of appropriate district documents. Salary
shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule (Contract and Regular faculty):
NAME
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
REPLACEMENT FOR
EFFECTIVE DATES
Resolution –G5: Full-Time Temporary
RESOLVED: That on the effective dates indicated, the following named academic employee be appointed as full-time, temporary (long-term
substitute) faculty. Appointment shall be contingent upon verification of satisfactory physical examination, a tuberculosis clearance, and completion of
appropriate district documents. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule (Contract and Regular faculty):
NAME
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
REPLACEMENT FOR
EFFECTIVE DATES
Resolution G5a: Amendment to Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.:120726-G4: Full-Time First Year Contract faculty, be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
REPLACEMENT FOR
EFFECTIVE DATES
Extended Opportunity
Programs & Services /
Ocean Avenue
First Year Contract
Renato Larin
U-6640-1240-6430-C
FN9953
08/13/12
Exnteded Opportunity
Programs & Services /
Ocean Avenue
First Year Contract
Alvin Jenkins
U-6640-1240-6430-C
FN9956
08/13/12
CHANGE FROM:
AYALA-AUSTIN, Eliazer
CHANGE TO:
AYALA-AUSTIN, Eliazer
Resolution G5b: Amendment to Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.120726-G4: Full-Time First Year Contract faculty, be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
REPLACEMENT FOR
EFFECTIVE DATES
Student Health Services /
Ocean Avenue
First Year Contract
Consolidation
125504-6460-1452-6440-S
08/13/12
Student Health Services /
Ocean Avenue
First Year Contract
Consolidation
125504-6460-1452-6440-S
FF8979
08/13/12
CHANGE FROM:
ERNSTTHAL, Jane
CHANGE TO:
ERNSTTHAL, Jane
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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Resolution G5c: Amendment To Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.:_________-G5: Full-Time Temporary faculty, be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
REPLACEMENT FOR
EFFECTIVE DATES
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
Resolution G5d: Temporary Upgrade
RESOLVED: That the following named academic personnel be temporarily upgraded to the full-time equivalent workload indicated for the effective
dates shown for the 2012-2013 academic year:
NAME
DUBEROW, David
HOUGH, Tonya
MASSALSKI, Andrea
DEPARTMENT /
DIVISION
CONTRACT SECTION
LOAD
EFFECTIVE DATES
Chemistry
Photography
Photography
Article 26
Article 26
Article 26
112%
95%
98.8%
08/13/12 – 12/19/12
08/13/12 – 12/19/12
08/13/12 – 12/19/12
Resolution G5e; Amendment To Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.: 120223-G5d: Temporary Upgrade, be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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DEPARTMENT /
DIVISION
CONTRACT SECTION
LOAD
EFFECTIVE DATES
Resolution G5f; Amendment To Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.: 110728-G5d: Temporary Upgrade, be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
DEPARTMENT /
DIVISION
CONTRACT SECTION
LOAD
EFFECTIVE DATES
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
FACULTY LEAVE OF ABSENCE & WORKLOAD
Resolution G6: Leave of Absence
RESOLVED: That for the effective dates shown below the following named academic personnel be granted leave of absence.
Name
Status
Department
Contract Section
Load
Effective Dates
Load
Effective Dates
Resolution G6a: Amendment To Resolution
RESOLVED: Leave of Absence, be amended in part to show the following:
Name
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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Status
Department
Contract Section
PRE-RETIREMENT REDUCED WORKLOAD PROGRAM
Resolution G7: Reduced Workload (RWL) Pre-Retirement Reduction Program
RESOLVED: That the Academic Year indicated the following academic personnel be granted Reduced Workload – CalSTRS Pre-Retirement
Reduction (RWL) status at City College of San Francisco, subject to receipt of approval from the State Teachers’ Retirement System, as follows
NAME
DEPARTMENT
TERMS OF DUTY
EFFECTIVE DATES
Resolution G7a: Amendment To Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution 040429-G8, Reduced Workload Pre-Retirement Reduction (RWL), be amended in part to show the following:
NAME
DEPARTMENT
TERMS OF DUTY
EFFECTIVE DATES
CHANGE FROM:
Resolution G8: Demise
RESOLVED: That effective date shown, the demise of the following named academic personnel be noted for the purpose of record clearance:
Name
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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Status
Department
Effective Dates
Resolution G9: Name Change
RESOLVED: That the name of the following academic employee be changed for record purposes:
Name
Status
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
TENURE REVIEW
Resolution G10: Academic Employees Temporary Appointments Tenure Review
RESOLVED: That the following academic employees be temporarily appointed to Tenure Review Assignments for the
period of January 17, 2012 through May 20, 2012, for the hours indicated. The activity is funded by the District
General Fund, Program-C. Salary shall be in accordance with the appropriate salary schedule for instructors.
NAME
DEPARTMENT
PROGRAM
HOURS
Resolution G10a: Amendment to Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution 120223-G10, Academic Employees Temporary Appointments Tenure Review, be amended in part to show the
following:
NAME
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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DEPARTMENT
PROGRAM
HOURS
REVISED HOURS
DEPARTMENT CHAIR RESOLUTIONS
Resolution G11: Amendment To Resolution 120628G12:
RESOLVED: That the above resolution be amended in part to show the following:
Name
Department
Reason
Resolution G12: Department Chair Stipends
RESOLVED: That the following Department Chairperson stipends shall be the stipends amount indicated for the academic year and pro-rated to the
days served.
Department
Name
Step
Stipend*
Resolution G13: Department Chairs Appointments
RESOLVED: That the following Department Chairperson stipends shall be the stipends amount indicated for the academic year and pro-rated to the
days served.
Name
G1-G13
December 13, 2012
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Department
Semesters/Reason
Step
Stipend*
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
SUBJECT:
H1-H3
Academic Employees (Faculty)
Credit Program/Non-Credit Program
Categorically Funded
City College of San Francisco
Temporary Hourly Assignments - Academic Employees
(Resolution No.121213-H1-H3)
BACKGROUND:
These Resolutions cover categorically funded temporary academic employees appointments and/or other related personnel transactions pursuant to
the provision of California Education Code #87470. All appointments are classified as temporary, when services are required and funds are provided.
Board of Trustees approval is required.
Information specific to these types of appointments may be reviewed on the City College of San Francisco website at
http://www.ccsf.edu/NEW/en/about-city-college/board-of-trustees/bot_meetings_1.html by scrolling down and clicking the specific date under
the “Meeting Agendas” column and by clicking the specific item to review in the “Table of Contents” column. When this resolution is posted online,
the information specific to these types of appointments is included on subsequent pages within the pdf document. A hard copy of the report will be
available at the Board meeting.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and Administration, and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute any and
all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Clara Starr
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
H1-H3
December 13, 2012
RESOLUTION H1a: TEMPORARY HOURLY ASSIGNMENTS – ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: Categorically Funded.
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester and department shown.
Employment is contingent upon adequate class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential,
tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish
eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the
AFT contract. Total assignments for academic employees shall not exceed the numbers of hours per week per Title V of the California Code of
Regulations considered a full-time assignment for regular employees having comparable duties.
Assignment reported as of 11/27/2012 for FULL-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
Department
Division
Grant
Brick, Aaron
Computer Science
Credit
Perkins Title 1C 2012-13 #12-C01-04
Clark, Ophelia
Education Technology
Credit
SF CNIT ETD BUS- BTOP
Lamha, Carmen
Computer Networking & InfoTech
Credit
SF CNIT ETD BUS- BTOP
O'Connell, Daniel J
Teachers' Resource Center
Credit
ABE 321/Workforce Investment 12-13
Persiko, Craig A
Computer Science
Credit
Perkins Title 1C 2012-13 #12-C01-04
Pugh, Robin E
Education Technology
Credit
SF CNIT ETD BUS- BTOP
Schatz, Jason M
Computer Science
Credit
Perkins Title 1C 2012-13 #12-C01-04
RESOLUTION H1b: TEMPORARY HOURLY ASSIGNMENTS – ACADEMIC EMPLOYEES: Categorically Funded.
RESOLVED: That the following named persons be appointed to temporary academic assignments for the semester and department shown.
Employment is contingent upon adequate class enrollment, possession of applicable minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential,
tuberculosis clearance, assignment availability under Article 13-1 of the AFT contract and completion of all District documents necessary to establish
eligibility for appointment. Salary shall be in accordance with the appropriate instructional/instructionally related rates as provided by Article 20 of the
AFT contract. Total assignments for academic employees shall not exceed the numbers of hours per week per Title V of the California Code of
Regulations considered a part-time assignment for regular and for restricted employees having comparable duties. Total assignments for temporary
part-time faculty shall not exceed 67% of the hours per week considered as full-time assignments for regular employees having comparable duties.
Assignment reported as of 11/27/2012 for PART-TIME FACULTY with Temporary Assignments
Name
Department
Division
Grant
Cox, Carolyn L
Teachers' Resource Center
Credit
ABE 321/Workforce Investment 12-13
Eyestone, Donna M
Broadcast Electronic Media Art
Credit
SF-CBOP BTOP
Lardie, Rayne N
Teachers' Resource Center
Credit
ABE 321/Workforce Investment 12-13
Leiva, Isaias A
Computer Networking & InfoTech
Credit
SF-EWD TechSF Initiative 2012-2013
McPeters, Melissa A
Transitional Studies
NonCredit
MOEWD-City Build Academy-Gen Fnd
Rosenbaum, Leanna L
Instructional Computing Lab
Credit
Perkins Title 1C 2012-13 #12-C01-04
Thornburg, Janet
English As a Second Language
Credit
Basic Skills 2012-13
Resolution H2: Categorically Funded Full-Time Temporary Assignment
H1-H3
December 13, 2012
Page 2 of 5
RESOLVED: That the following named academic employee be appointed to Categorically Funded Temporary Full-Time assignment pursuant to
Education Code Section 87470 for the term and year shown. Appointment shall be contingent upon adequate class enrollment, possession of
applicable required minimum qualifications and/or applicable credential, tuberculosis clearance, verification of satisfactory physical examination,
and completion of appropriate District documents. Salary shall be in accordance with the current salary schedule. Categorically funded as
indicated:
NAME
ABAUNZA, Valerie
KOREY, Suzanne
MILLER, Wendy
DEPARTMENT
Career Development
Counseling (Assigned to
Office of Career and
Technical Education) /
Evans Campus
ACTIVITY
Career Technical
Education (CTE)
Community
Collaborative /
Pathway / Academic
Counseling
Coordinator
BUDGET
Career Technical Education (CTE) –
Community Collaborative Project
123675-7175-1240-6840-N 80%
CTE – Transitions Grant
121460-7174-1240-0400-C 20%
FN9531
EFFECTIVE DATES
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
Vocational Education
Project Coordinator
CTE – Community Collaborative
Project
123675-7175-1220-6840-N 50%
CTE-Transitions Grant
121460-7174-1220-0400-C 20%
FN9771
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
Industry Driven Regional
Collaborative – IDRC
123378-7175-1220-6840-C 80%
Advanced Transportation
Tech/Energy (ATTE)
123397-7175-1220-6840-N 20%
FN9547
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
Fashion / Evans
San Francisco
Center for Applied
Competitive
Technologies
(SFCACT) Program
Coordinator
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
01/11/13 – 05/24/13
Resolution H3a: Amendment to Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.: 120726-H2, Categorically Funded, Full-Time Temporary Assignments, be amended in part to show the
following:
NAME
CHANGE FROM:
LUCKEY, Bernadine
CHANGE TO:
LUCKEY, Bernadine
H1-H3
December 13, 2012
Page 3 of 5
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
BUDGET
EFFECTIVE DATES
Child Development and Family
Studies
Foster and Kinship
Care / Coordinator /
Instructor
122605-9210-1422-2100-N – 15%
123260-7334-1422-2100-N – 10%
UPFX – Child Development – 75%
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
Child Development and Family
Studies
Foster and Kinship
Care / Coordinator /
Instructor
122605-9210-1422-2100-N – 15%
123260-7334-1422-2100-N – 10%
UPFX – Child Development – 75%
FN9558
08/13/12 – 12/19/12
Resolution H3b: Amendment to Resolution
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.: 120726-H2, Categorically Funded, Full-Time Temporary Assignments, be amended in part to show the
following:
NAME
CHANGE FROM:
CARRESE, John
CHANGE TO:
CARRESE, John
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
BUDGET
EFFECTIVE DATES
Workforce & Economic
Development
Hotel Project
Coordinator
Centers of Excellence (COE)
123445-7175-1220-6840-N 40%
Bio-Link Next Gen
121009-5153-1220-6020-S 20%
Perkins Grant – Career Connection
121459-7173-1220-6470-S
5%
Perkins Grant – Outreach
121459-7173-1220-6340-S 15%
Perkins Grant – Staff Development
121459-7173-1220-6750-S 10%
Perkins Grant – Administration
121459-7173-1220-6750-S 10%
FN9661
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
Centers of Excellence (COE)
123445-7175-1220-6840-N 40%
Bio-Link Next Gen
121009-5153-1220-6020-S 20%
Perkins Grant – Career Connection
121459-7173-1220-6470-S
5%
Perkins Grant – Outreach
121459-7173-1220-6340-S 15%
Perkins Grant – Staff Development
121459-7173-1220-6750-S 10%
Perkins Grant – Administration
121459-7173-1220-6750-S 10%
Centers of Excellence (COE)
123445-7175-1220-6840-N 50%
Centers of Excellence COE)
123446-7175-1220-6840-N 10%
Bio-Link Next Gen
121009-5153-1220-6020-S
20%
Perkins Grant – Career Connection
121459-7173-1220-6470-S
5%
Perkins Grant – Outreach
121459-7173-1220-6340-S
5%
Perkins Grant – Staff Development
121459-7173-1220-6750-S
5%
Perkins Grant – Administration
121459-7173-1220-6720-S
5%
FN9661
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
Workforce & Economic
Development
Resolution H3c: Amendment to Resolution
H1-H3
December 13, 2012
Page 4 of 5
Hotel Project
Coordinator
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
08/13/12 – 05/24/13
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
08/13/12 – 09/30/12
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
10/01/12 – 05/24/13
RESOLVED: That Resolution No.: 111215-H3b, Categorically Funded, Full-Time Temporary Assignments, be amended in part to show the
following:
NAME
CHANGE FROM:
CHANGE TO:
H1-H3
December 13, 2012
Page 5 of 5
DEPARTMENT
ACTIVITY
BUDGET
EFFECTIVE DATES
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
S1
SUBJECT:
Approval of 5 new courses, 10 new course options,
and 6 new instructional programs recommended by the College
Curriculum Committee
(Resolution No. 121213- S1)
BACKGROUND:
Board Policy 6.03 provides that all associate degree credit courses, non-degree credit courses
and noncredit courses are to be recommended by the College Curriculum Committee. Any
courses that are properly recommended may be implemented only after the Board of Trustees
adopts the recommendation.
The Curriculum Committee has been established in accordance with section 55002 of the
California Code of Regulations, Title 5 Division 6 and is a part of the participatory governance
structure overseen by the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs and the Academic Senate.
Membership totals 25 and includes students, faculty, classified staff, and administrators.
At meetings in Fall 2012, the College Curriculum Committee approved 5 new courses, 10 new
distance education addenda, 4 new certificate programs, and 2 new majors. A list of approved
courses and programs is attached to this resolution. Board of Trustees approval is sought so
that the college may offer these courses and instructional programs at various locations
beginning in Spring 2013.
The Academic Senate reviewed and approved the proposal on December 12, 2012.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the attached list of new courses and institutional programs approved by the
College Curriculum Committee are hereby approved by the Board of Trustees of the San
Francisco Community College District.
Joanne Low, Originator
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG, ESQ. • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
Art
ART 101 "Western Art History"
New Distance Education Addendum
Behavioral Sciences
Anthropology
Sociology
New Major
New Major
Broadcast Electronic Media Arts
BCST 1000 "Supervised Training for
Broadcast Electronic Media Arts" (140
hours)
BCST 159 “Digital Media Portfolio” (1
unit)
Audio and Video for the Web
Business
COMP 9000 “Supervised Training of
Computer Applications for Business”
(90 hours)
Computer Science
iPhone App Programming
Android App Programming
CS 260P "Linux Systems Administration
Projects" (1 unit)
New Permanent Course
New Permanent Course
New Certificate of Accomplishment
New Permanent Course
New Certificate of Accomplishment
New Certificate of Accomplishment
New Permanent Course
English
HUM 7 "Comparative Religions"
Courses with a Laboratory Component
New Distance Education Addendum
New Distance Education Addendum
English as a Second Language
Courses with a Laboratory Component
New Distance Education Addendum
Engineering and Technology
Courses in CAD, ELEC, and ENGR with a New Distance Education Addendum
Laboratory Component
Health Education
HLTH 66 "Health Education and Chronic
Disease Management"
HLTH 97 "Health & Stress in Society"
HLTH 201 "CHW Principles & Practice 1"
(5 units)
HLTH 201 "CHW Principles & Practice 1"
New Distance Education Addendum
New Distance Education Addendum
New Permanent Course
New Distance Education Addendum
Music
Courses with a Laboratory Component
New Distance Education Addendum
Women's Studies
WOMN 20 "Her/His/Ourstories"
New Distance Education Addendum
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
B9
SUBJECT:
Award of Soccer Field Pad Contract
(Resolution No. 121213-B9)
BACKGROUND:
The soccer field at the Ocean Campus is surrounded by cement walls and cyclone fences. In an
effort to improve safety, a solicitation was prepared to procure athletic wall padding for the field.
Information was solicited from the Athletic Department regarding their specific needs for the
facility. A competitive bid process was held among athletic pad providers. Responses to
RFQ029 ranged from $46,759 to $56,058 for vinyl-covered, weather-resistant wall pads.
Promats $46,759
Sports Graphics $56,058
Tiffin Mats – incomplete
This contract will be paid for with funds already received from the College’s agreement with Lick
Wilmerding High School.
RECOMMENDATION:
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: That the Board of Trustees authorize the award for purchase
and installation of wall padding be made to Promats, the lowest responsible bidder, at $46,759
(inclusive of tax and installation).
Originator: Peter Goldstein
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
SUBJECT:
B10
GENERAL FUND
Special Services Contract with Strata Information Group (SIG)
to provide Information Technology Consultation at a cost not
to exceed $140,000 for fiscal year 2012-2013.
(Resolution No. 121213-B10)
BACKGROUND:
Strata Information Group (SIG) has been providing critical, specialized technical support
services for City College related to the implementation of Banner administrative information
systems since June 1996.
City College requires the help of SIG in several key areas of Banner: to provide database
administrator (dba) assistance in preparing the computer environment required to upgrade
Banner to the next release; provide dba resources to perform maintenance and assistance in
keeping Banner current; and provide management assistance. The cost of these projects will
not exceed $140,000 and will be paid for from the General fund. The need for this resolution
was created by an unforeseen personnel matter.
COMPANY PROFILE PROVIDED BY STRATA INFORMATION GROUP, INC.:
“Strata Information Group, Inc. (SIG) is a California corporation based in San Diego and was
founded in 1987. SIG's primary objective is to assist colleges and universities in managing
information technology to better serve students, faculty, and staff.
“SIG provides a wide-range of Information Technology (IT) services which include providing
assistance with the selection and procurement processes for new hardware systems and
applications software, offering project management services related to the implementation of
administrative applications and instructional technology delivery/support systems used by
colleges and universities, developing strategic technology plans and providing outsourced IT
management. SIG personnel are experienced professionals who possess unique skills and
abilities to serve their clients. The SIG team has been providing quality services to higher
education for more than 25 years.”
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That authorization be hereby given to contract with Strata Information Group (SIG)
to provide consulting and technical support to the College and ITS Department for the period
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
RODRIGO SANTOS • STEVE NGO • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
from December 14, 2012 through June 30, 2013 for a total contract cost not to exceed
$140,000, and
FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED: That the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor of Finance and
Administration and/or their designee are hereby authorized to execute any and all documents
on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Peter Goldstein
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
S2
SUBJECT:
Authorization to Apply for Grant Funding- Genentech
Foundation
(Resolution No. 121213-S2)
BACKGROUND:
City College of San Francisco (CCSF) has a history of pursuing grants from private foundations
and government agencies to enhance student success and strengthen the institution overall in a
variety of ways.
The Genentech Foundation has invited Bio-Link, CCSF’s National Advanced Technological
Education (ATE) Center of Excellence for Biotechnology and Life Sciences, to apply for funding
to continue the operations of the Bio-Link Equipment Depot.
Board approval is being sought for this application. A summary of the application appears
below:
Funder: Genentech Foundation
Grant Title: Bio-Link Equipment Depot
Department: Bio-Link
Expected Amount of Funding: Up to $25,000
Duration of Funding: 1 year beginning January 2013 (estimated start)
Indirect Rate: Not allowed by funder
Description: Genentech provided $50,000 in seed money for the establishment of the
Bio-Link Equipment Registry in January 2002 and subsequently awarded an additional
$25,000 in 2009 and $25,000 in 2010. The depot has evolved as a Northern California
distribution center for donated biotechnology equipment and supplies. The location at
the CCSF Airport Campus is ideal for receiving and distributing equipment.
Conservatively, over $5,000,000 in supplies and equipment has been distributed to
educators throughout Northern California. Annually about 32,000 students directly
benefit from the distributed equipment and supplies. Genentech, in partnership with BioLink, received the SF Business Times 2007 Innovator of the Year award for this
program.
Genentech Foundation funding will support the annual operational costs of the
Equipment Depot, which amount to $120,000, all of which is grant-funded.
Alignment with CCSF Mission/Program Review: The proposed project aligns with
CCSF’s mission in that the equipment supports biotechnology and related programs
that, in turn, provide career training. To date, CCSF has been the primary recipient of
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
equipment and supplies for its biotechnology program, as well as office furnishings
throughout the District, in both academic and administrative units. CCSF’s allocation is
valued at over $800,000. The most recent Program Review of CCSF’s Engineering
Department, which houses the Biotechnology Program, explicitly refers to supporting the
pursuit of grants for biotechnology to help keep current with industry needs. To that end,
the presence of Bio-Link at CCSF helps leverage significant levels of funding for
biotechnology-related programs at the College (see below).
Value to the College: Covers 20 hours per week for the site manager at the City
College of San Francisco Airport Campus Depot Site, and for 10 hours per week for
each of two student interns.
Student interns learn computer skills as well as supply organizing skills.
As noted above, CCSF has been the primary recipient of equipment, supplies, and
furnishings, amounting to over $800,000 to date.
The Bio-Link Equipment Depot is just one of many activities and services associated
with Bio-Link and, as such, brings regional and national visibility to the College, helping
to attract and leverage significant funding for CCSF’s biotechnology program and
beyond. Total grant funding for Bio-Link and other directly related CCSF programs from
1998 to present exceeds $18.5 million.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the Board of Trustees approve the application for the above-named grant
opportunity, and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED: That the Chancellor and the Vice Chancellor of Finance
and Administration and/or their designees, are hereby authorized to accept any grant
awards resulting from this application and to appropriate all funds as stipulated by the
grant award documents.
Originator: Dr. Thelma Scott-Skillman with Kristin Charles
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
S3
SUBJECT: Amend the current master agreement between the San
Francisco Community College District and the San Francisco Community
College District Bookstore Auxiliary
(Resolution No. 121213-S3)
BACKGROUND:
In 2009 the Bookstores at City College began to experience drastic decreases in textbook sales.
Online competition via peer to peer selling and publicity surrounding the exceedingly high cost
of textbooks caused a massive change in the textbook marketplace. After 2 years of continuing
losses it was clear that by 2013 the bookstore reserves would totally erode. To insure the
bookstore survival, the Bookstore Board and then-Chancellor Griffin agreed that the bookstore
should explore outsourcing its operations to a private company. The Bookstore Auxiliary asked
the companies who operate college and university bookstores to evaluate City College’s stores
and suggest improvements that could help bring the Bookstores out of the red.. The consensus
was that there was little that could be done without capital, which the bookstore did not have.
Ultimately, outsourcing bookstore operations to a private company that could operate the City
College Bookstores was most logical solution.
During the spring and summer of 2012 the Bookstore manager presented the state of the
bookstores to various constituent groups. Presentations were made to the Associated Students
Council at Ocean Campus and Executive Council; and the Academic Senate Executive Council
and Plenary Session in August. This was done to ensure that the entire CCSF Community was
aware of the reasons for potential outsourcing of the bookstore, and to seek input from the
college Community regarding their needs and concerns with respect to that potential
outsourcing. By this time it was clear that outsourcing was the only viable option for the
continued operation of the CCSF Bookstores.
At a meeting in September, the Bookstore Auxiliary authorized the Bookstore manager to issue
an RFP for Bookstore management services. The RFP was posted on line and was advertised
twice in the San Francisco Examiner. Two companies responded to the RFP, Barnes & Noble
College and the Follett Higher Education Group.
On November 2, following presentations by both proposers, the Auxiliary Board of
Directors voted to recommend the Follett Higher Education Group be invited to enter an
agreement with the Auxiliary, and to seek modifications to the Master Agreement with the
District as necessary in light of the proposed contract.
The proposed Follett agreement is a 5 year agreement with options to renew annually. The
Bookstore will continue to operate normally – faculty and students will experience no disruption
of normal services, all current employees will remain, and the stores at all centers will remain
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
open. The Follett Agreement will call for many improvements – including an extensive
remodeling of the Ocean campus store – to better serve the Community.
Outsourcing the Bookstore operations will also benefit the Bookstore by generating revenue to
the Auxiliary, which will allow the Auxiliary to fully fund its OPEB liabilities, pay all ongoing
expenses, and restore its reserve fund to a level needed to permit restoration to self-operation if
the partnership with Follett does not continue after the term of this agreement.
In addition to authorizing the extension of the term, and authorizing the outsourcing of
Bookstore operations, the Board will also need to authorize the Auxiliary Board to appoint a new
executive director. Under the current agreement, the Executive Director is the general manager
of the bookstore. In the event operations are outsourced, the general manager will be a private
employee, unaffiliated with the District. To insure that the Auxiliary retains complete policy
control over bookstore operations, the Executive Director will need to be appointed by the
Auxiliary, rather than through holding the general manger position.
RECOMMENDATION:
WHEREAS: A modern, efficient, high quality bookstore is essential to achieving a desired level
of Student Learning Outcomes, and
WHEREAS: The San Francisco Community College District Bookstore Auxiliary is not currently
in a financial position to operate a high-quality bookstore, and
WHEREAS: After extensive exploration and consideration, the San Francisco Community
College District Bookstore Auxiliary has determined that outsourcing the bookstore operations is
in the best interests of the San Francisco Community College District and the Community it
serves.
RESOLVED: That the Board of Trustees authorizes the following amendments to the current
Master Agreement between the District and the San Francisco Community College District
Bookstore Auxiliary:
1. This is amendment number six (6)
2. The term of the master agreement is extended through December 31, 2023.
This time frame permits outsourcing the bookstores for up to 10 years
3. The Auxiliary is authorized to enter into an agreement with a vendor to
operate the City College Bookstores. This includes authority to select a
vendor, choose the terms of an agreement, and decide in the future to
continue the agreement, or change the vendor, or return to self-operation
of the Bookstores by the Auxiliary.
4. The Auxiliary is authorized to appoint an Executive Director to replace the
existing ex-officio director position held by the Bookstore General
Manager.
FURTHER RESOLVED: That the Chancellor and/or her designee, is hereby authorized to
execute any and all documents on behalf of the District to effectuate this resolution.
Originator: Peter Goldstein
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
S4
SUBJECT:
SPECIAL
Resolution Establishing a Parcel Tax Rate and Authorizing Collection
(Resolution No. 121213-S4)
BACKGROUND:
WHEREAS: On November 6, 2012, 72.9% of the voters in the City and County of San
Francisco approved Measure A, which authorizes the San Francisco Community College
District (the “District”) to levy a special tax in the amount of seventy-nine dollars ($79.00) on
each non-exempt parcel of land within the City and County, each year for eight years; and
WHEREAS: The 72.9% “yes” vote on Measure A was well above the two-thirds majority
requirement imposed by the California Constitution and Government Code; and
WHEREAS: The authority for the imposition of this assessment is found in Article XIIIA of the
California Constitution and sections 50075, et seq., of the California Government Code
(including section 50079.1); and
WHEREAS: The District has the need of the services of the Office of the Treasurer and Tax
Collector of the City and County of San Francisco in collecting this special tax; and
WHEREAS: The Trustees of the District have evaluated the financial needs of the District and
have determined that the tax rate of seventy-nine dollars ($79.00) per parcel should be levied.
RECOMMENDATION:
RESOLVED: That the special tax rate for each parcel within the District be established at
seventy-nine dollars ($79.00) beginning with fiscal year 2012-2013, to continue for the period of
July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2021; and
FURTHER RESOLVED: That the District authorizes the Office of the Treasurer and Tax
Collector of the City and County of San Francisco to apply the charges at the rate of seventynine dollars ($79.00) per non-exempt parcel for a period of eight years, beginning with the 20122013 tax roll, and continuing through the 2020-2021 tax roll; and
FURTHER RESOLVED: That the District authorizes the Office of the Treasurer and Tax
Collector of the City and County of San Francisco to collect the special taxes described herein
at the same time and in the same manner as the general City and County taxes are collected.
Originator: Peter Goldstein
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
City College of San Francisco
50 PHELAN AVENUE • SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94112 • (415) 239-3000
DATE:
December 13, 2012
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Subject:
City College of San Francisco applauds Rodrigo Santos for his outstanding
service as Trustee
(Resolution No. 121213-S5)
BACKGROUND INFORMATION:
WHEREAS: San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee appointed Rodrigo Santos to the City College
Board of Trustees, filling the vacancy left by the passing of Milton Marks III; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos, a prominent structural engineer who has served on both the San
Francisco Building Inspection Commission and the Workforce Investment Board, joined the
Board of Trustees of the San Francisco Community College District during a critical time in its
history; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos came to the United States from Ecuador to study engineering and
is now a professional engineer who for nearly twenty-five years, started and grew Santos &
Urrutia, a small engineering partnership founded in 1988, to one of most successful structural
engineering firms in the Bay Area; and
WHEREAS: Long time Noe Valley resident, Rodrigo Santos is active in community service
projects throughout the City; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos quickly apprised himself fully of the difficult and technical issues
that the Board of Trustees and City College are facing; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos was an active and enthusiastic participant in the work of the Board
of Trustees during his tenure; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos proved to be a valuable member of the Board of Trustees, serving
well the community and the residents of the City and County of San Francisco; and
WHEREAS: Rodrigo Santos has demonstrated strong commitment during his tenure of service
to addressing the accreditation findings and fiscal challenges, to ensure the long-term
sustainability of City College of San Francisco
RECOMMENDATION:
THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED: that the Board of Trustees honor, applaud and thank Rodrigo
Santos for his outstanding and exemplary service as a Member of the Board of Trustees.
Originators: John Rizzo and Dr. Anita Grier
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
JOHN RIZZO, PRESIDENT • DR. ANITA GRIER, VICE PRESIDENT • DR. NATALIE BERG • CHRIS JACKSON
STEVE NGO • RODRIGO SANTOS • LAWRENCE WONG • WILLIAM WALKER, STUDENT TRUSTEE
DR. ROBERT AGRELLA, SPECIAL TRUSTEE
DR. THELMA SCOTT-SKILLMAN, INTERIM CHANCELLOR
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