UW Information Technology

TRF Archive

This page archives the UW technology recharge fee (TRF) rates and services since the fee’s FY 2011 inception and summarizes its development history. See the bottom of this page for background information.

Jump to: FY 2014 | FY 2013 | FY 2012 | FY 2011

FY 2015

FY 2015 technology recharge fee rates, services and communications:

  • $54.50 per month per capita for all academic and administrative units
  • $50.00 per month per capita for the Medical Centers (in addition to a separate service-level agreement for network and telecommunication services)
  • Basic services: FY 2015 Basic Services (PDF)
  • Letter: Letter from Interim Vice President and Vice Provost Kelli Trosvig, March 5, 2014
  • Overview: Technology Recharge Fee Overview
  • FAQs: Technology Recharge Fee FAQs (PDF)
  • Methodology: Per Capita Count Methodology

FY 2014

FY 2014 technology recharge fee rates, services and communications:

  • $54.50 per month per capita for all academic and administrative units
  • $50.00 per month per capita for the Medical Centers (in addition to a separate service-level agreement for network and telecommunication services)
  • Basic services: FY 2014 Basic Services (PDF)
  • Letter: Letter from Interim Vice President and Vice Provost Kelli Trosvig 2/2013 (PDF)
  • Overview: Technology Recharge Fee Overview (PDF)
  • FAQs: Technology Recharge Fee FAQs (PDF)
  • Methodology: Per Capita Count Methodology (PDF)

FY 2013

FY 2013 technology recharge fee rates, services and communications:

  • $52.68 per month per capita for all academic and administrative units
  • $53.43 per month per capita for the Medical Centers (in addition to a separate service-level agreement for network and telecommunication services)
  • Basic services: FY 2013 Basic Services (PDF)
  • Letter: Letter from Interim Vice President and Vice Provost Kelli Trosvig 2/2012 (PDF)
  • Overview: Technology Recharge Fee Overview (PDF)
  • FAQs: Technology Recharge Fee FAQs (PDF)
  • Methodology: Per Capita Count Methodology (PDF)

FY 2013 UW-IT self-sustaining services and rates:

  • Self-sustaining service offerings: FY 2013 Self-Sustaining Services (PDF)
  • Self-sustaining service rates: FY 2013 Self-Sustaining Service Rates (PDF)

FY 2012

FY 2012 technology recharge fee rates, services, and communications:

  • $52.68 per month per capita for all academic and administrative units
  • $53.43 per month per capita for the Medical Centers (in addition to a separate service-level agreement for network and telecommunications services)
  • BasicServices: FY 2012 Basic Services (PDF)
  • Letter: Letter from Interim Vice President and Vice Provost Kelli Trosvig 4/20/2011 (PDF)
  • Overview: About the Technology Recharge Fee (PDF)
  • FAQs: Technology Recharge Fee FAQs (PDF)
  • Methodology: Per Capita Count Methodology (PDF)

FY 2012 UW-IT self-sustaining services and rates:

  • Self-sustaining service offerings: FY 2012 Self-Sustaining Services (PDF)
  • Self-sustaining service rates: FY 2012 Self-Sustaining Service Rates (PDF)

FY 2011

FY 2011 technology recharge fee rates, services, and communications:

  • $52.68 per month per capita for all academic and administrative units
  • $53.43 per month per capita for the Medical Centers (in addition to a separate service-level agreement for network and telecommunications services)
  • Basic Services: FY 2011 Basic Services (PDF)
  • Letter: April 13, 2010: Email from President Emmert and Provost Wise on UW Technology Service Delivery and Sustainable Financial Models (PDF)
  • Overview: About the Technology Recharge Fee (PDF)
  • FAQs: Technology Recharge Fee FAQs (PDF)
  • Methodology: Per Capita Count Methodology (PDF)

FY 2011 UW-IT self-sustaining services and rates:

  • Self-sustaining service offerings: FY 2011 Self-Sustaining Services (PDF)
  • Self-sustaining service rates: FY 2011 Self-Sustaining Service Rates (PDF)

Background

The UW’s technology recharge fee was developed under UW Technology Working Group oversight throughout 2009-2010 in a two-part process:

  • Representatives from across the UW evaluated which core technology services are critical to the UW community and how to fund them.
  • WTC, a firm experienced in higher education information technology costing, conducted an in-depth analysis and peer review of current costs and cost recovery methods.

With service priorities, costs, and review of various methodologies for technology funding models in hand, the Working Group provided oversight for the development of a new rate structure and proposed a recharge fee.


CONTACT

UW-IT Service Center
Email | 206-221-5000