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CMC Allocation

CMC Allocations for Model Development

Allocation of funds would be influenced by model designations as follows:

  1. Si2 CMC operating expenses would be paid.
  2. Each consultant would receive support at a minimum level determined during the annual budget process. Example: 2010 minimum funding level would be $40,000 per consultant. (A consultant supporting multiple CMC models would receive the same minimum support as one supporting a single model, reflecting the cost of setting up a support structure.)
  3. Other items specifically included in the budget would be paid. Additionally if revenue is particularly strong the CMC could decide to place some in a trust fund as a buffer against future hard times or to fund an unanticipated need or opportunity.
  4. Each consultant supporting a model designated by at least one CMC member would receive additional support in proportion to the number of companies designating those models.

, where Pi is the payment for the ith model, ni is the number of companies designating the ith model, g is the number of global members making no designations and M is the total money available for additional model payments. The sum is over all CMC models. If a global member chooses to designate some models that member is not counted in g for this calculation.

 

Example 2010 calculation :

Member

Dues

Designations

Member Type

 

1

13600

A

Regular

 

2

17600

B, C

Regular

 

3

21600

B, C, D

Regular

 

4

29000

None

Global

 

5

29000

B,C, E

Global

 

 

nA=1, nB=3, nC=3, nD=1, nE=1, g=1

 

pa=[(1+1)/{(1+1) + (3+1) + (3+1) + (1+1) + (1+1)}]*M =(2/14)*M

pB=[(3+1)/{(1+1) + (3+1) + (3+1) + (1+1) + (1+1)}]*M =(4/14)*M

etc.


 


 
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