2011/12 Supplemental Documentation

Uses Of Revenue

Deferred Maintenance

Deferred Maintenance occurs when scheduled repairs are delayed to subsequent years due to project cost, timing, and/or lack of available resources. Historically the CSU has also used the term Deferred Maintenance to include the delayed replacement of building systems that have exceeded their useful life. The following chart shows the growth of the Deferred Maintenance backlog over the last 19 years, along with the funding provided to address this backlog.

The CSU has not received funding for deferred maintenance since 2007/08. With no funds available to further reduce the backlog of deferred maintenance, it has grown by over $36 million to $449.574 million. In 2011/12, the CSU requests $19 million to offset further facility maintenance backlogs, and make up for the 3 years where no funding was available due to state and CSU budget shortfalls. If $19 million is allocated for deferred maintenance projects, the total systemwide backlog will be $430.574 million.

CSU Deferred Maintenance Backlog Projections from 1993/94 to 2011/12

Budget Year CA-CPI
% Change
Budget
Funding
Offset
Backlog
1993/94 Base     $351,000,000
1994/95 1.8% $17,000,000 $340,318,000
1995/96 1.7% $24,000,000 $322,103,000
1996/97 1.4%   $326,612,000
1997/98 2.3%   $334,124,000
1998/99 2.0%   $340,806,000
1999/00 2.5% $20,000,000 $329,326,000
2000/01 3.2% $2,813,000 $337,051,000
2001/02 4.3%   $351,544,000
2002/03 2.9%   $361,739,000
2003/04 2.6%   $371,144,000
2004/05 1.9%   $378,196,000
2005/06 3.3% $1,500,000 $389,176,000
2006/07 4.2% $2,500,000 $403,021,000
2007/08 3.0% $2,500,000 $412,612,000
2008/09 3.4% $0 $426,641,000
2009/10 1.3% $0 $432,187,000
2010/11 0.7% $0 $435,212,000
2011/12 3.3% $19,000,000 $430,574,000

CA-CPI % Source: CA Department of Finance, Planning Estimate Forecast, July
(calculated using a formula developed by the CA Dept. of Industrial Relations)