Caption: Board of Trustees Minutes - 1992
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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Under the agreement, the Foundation will provide fund-raising services and other assistance to attract private gift funds to support University programs. The Foundation agrees to accept and administer such gifts according to terms specified by the donor, to inform the University of all gifts received for the benefit of the University, and to apply the same in accord with the terms of the gift or, as in the case of all undesignated gifts, as the University may determine. The Foundation also will provide management and supervisory services for the maintenance of donor records on the Foundation Alumni Constituency Tracking System (FACTS). The Foundation assesses a management fee to Foundation gift accounts as a means to support some of its private gift fund-raising operations. To partially support the annual operating costs of the program and services described, the University will provide support in the amount of $3,532,600' for FY 1994. The support will be provided through payments to the Foundation during the course of the year based upon actual costs incurred and through funds allocated to the University Office of Development for the maintenance of donor records and other fund-raising support functions. In addition, funds in the amount of $850,000 are being provided to support the costs associated with the planning and implementation of a major capital campaign. Certain routine business and financial services will be provided to the Foundation as needed. The agreement also provides the Foundation with access to the University's FACTS for the purpose of conducting fund-raising activities. Institutional funds, generated from a management fee assessed to University gift accounts, and State appropriated funds are available to support these agreements for FY 1994. The vice president for business and finance has recommended execution of the agreements as described. I concur.
On motion of Mr. Lamont, this recommendation was approved by the following vote: Aye, Dr. Bacon, Mr. Boyle, Mrs. Calder, Dr. Gindorf, Mr. Grabowski, Mrs. Gravenhorst, Mr. Lamont, Ms. Lopez, Ms. Reese; no, none; absent, Governor Edgar. (The student advisory vote was: Aye, Ms. Huff, Mr. Riley; no, none.)
Contract for Clinical Engineering Consulting Services, University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics, Chicago
(15) The chancellor at Chicago recommends contracting with ServiceMaster to provide consulting services for the establishment of the Clinical Engineering Department in the University of Illinois Hospital and Clinics (UIH&C). The contract period will be from September 15, 1993, through September 14, 1994, with payment to ServiceMaster not to exceed $128,300. Currently clinical equipment maintenance services are provided by Amsco Engineering Services, under a three-year contract which expires on October 31, 1993. The Operations Improvement Program at UIH&C predicts a potential savings of $750,000 per year if a fully implemented in-house Clinical Engineering Department is established. This recommendation was approved by the Operations Improvement Steering Committee. ServiceMaster was identified as the preferred vendor to assist UIH&C in the transition to an in-house department. Two vendors, experienced in providing clinical equipment maintenance services, submitted proposals to provide these services.
T h e contract amount for FY 1993 was $3,575,165.