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22CA3091F44EF96A872586700065BBD8 Hearing Summary




PUBLIC
BILL SUMMARY For FY 2021-22 IT CAPITAL BUDGET REQUESTS FROM THE COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

JOINT COMMITTEE COMMITTEE ON JOINT TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
Date Feb 2, 2021      
Location SCR 357



FY 2021-22 IT Capital Budget Requests from the Colorado Community College System - Committee Discussion Only


11:31:14 AM  
The committee came back to order.

Joe Garcia, Chancellor of the Colorado
Community College System (CCCS), gave an overview of the CCCS IT capital
budget requests.
11:37:08 AM  
James Caldwell, Vice
President of Business and Administration at Colorado Northwestern Community
College (CNCC), and  Fred Byers, Director of IT at CNCC presented
on CNCC's FY 2021-22 IT capital budget request.  CNCC is requesting
$1.7 million in Capital Construction Funds (CCF) and $.174 million cash
funds (CF) to for campus computer and network upgrades.



Mr. Byers and Mr. Caldwell responded to questions about the location of
CNCC and CNCC's aviation program,
11:58:04 AM  
Dr. Marielena DeSanctis,
President of the Community College of Denver (CCD), Kathyrn Kaoudis, Vice
President of Administrative Services at CCD, and Christopher Arcarese,
Director of IT Services at CCD,  presented on CCD's FY 2021-22 IT
capital budget request.  CCD is requesting $1.5 million of CCF and
$.101 CF to replace, update, and standardize the college's classrooms and
conference rooms.



Mr. Arcarese responded to questions from the committee about updated equipment,
minority students at CCD, and how this request differs from last year's
request.
12:16:37 PM  
Dr. Linda Lujan,
President of Lamar Community College (LCC), Chad DeBono, Vice President
of Administrative Services at LCC, and Robert Vazquez, Director of IT at
LCC, presented on LCC's FY 2021-22 IT apital budget request.  LCC
is requesting $.553 million in CCF and $.035 in CF to enhance classroom
technology, distance learning technology, virtual simulation equipment,
and a state-of-the-art remote testimony center.

12:23:06 PM  

Pat Malott, Vice President of Administrative Services at Otero Junior College (OJC) presented on OJC's FY 2021-22 IT capital budget request. OJC is requesting $.597 million in CCF and $.125 in CF to update and replace equipment in the college's library, computer labs, and classrooms and to enhance the institution's emergency notification system.

12:28:39 PM  
Chancellor Garcia provided final comments
about CCCS's FY 2021-22 IT capital budget requests.






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