Develop and maintain a strong and equitable fiscal situation for CSSA in a coequal partnership of the tri-Societies.
Enhance and clarify identity and visibility of CSSA within the tri-Society structure.
Establish action committees for each strategy in this strategic planning document to establish priorities and develop implementation recommendations for the CSSA Executive Committee and Board of Directors.
A review of CSSA record holdings of the Historian and Headquarters has been conducted.
A special CSSA 50th Anniversary Celebration Committee be appointed and charged with developing plans to organize special events, lectures, publications, and/or publicity for the Golden Anniversary in 2005.
Develop a library of historical CSSA activities, such as the Annual Meetings program and Abstracts, to be held at Headquarters or at a library with ILL listings that specializes in technical society record holdings, such as Iowa State University.
The Budget and Finance Committee met at the headquarters office at Madison to review the proposed CSSA budget for 2004 and projected budgets through 2008.
The net worth of CSSA has declined from $1 012 269 in 2001 to $808 902 in 2002, a decrease of 20.1%.
Membership for CSSA declined from 3751 in 2001 to 3639 in 2002, a 3.0% decrease.
The CSSA portion of the deficit is projected to be 20k in 2004, decreasing to 3k in both 2007 and 2008.
The Society Services Budget Center is the largest drain on the CSSA budget.
The Special Opportunity Budget Center is supported by an annual influx of 6% of the CSSA portfolio, regardless of fluctuations in the market.