Monday, May 26, 2014
Final decisions on the proposed, $18 million operational budget for the California stem cell agency has been delayed until some time in June in order to give the agency 's new president, Randy Mills, time to put his mark on it.
The governing board's Finance Subcommittee has scheduled a meeting for June 5 to re-examine the plan. The panel took a first look at it earlier this month. Following action by the subcommittee, the spending plan will go to the full board. No date has been set for that session.
Details of the new version of the budget are not publicly available. When they are posted on the agenda for the June 5 meeting, they may give some sense of Mills' priorities.Sphere: Related Content