Resources include the “human, fiscal, and technical assets available” (Johnson &

Resources include the “human, fiscal, and technical assets available”
(Johnson & Breckon, 2007, p. 296) to plan, implement, and evaluate a
program. These include personnel, curriculum and other instructional resources,
space, equipment, supplies, and financial resources
Most carry a “price-tag,” but many are free or
inexpensive.
Create a
budget for the program proposal. The budget should be a chart
outlining costs for personnel, curriculum and other instrctional
resources, space, equipment, supplies, and financial incentives. If it’s
cash-match, volunteer or in-kind (donated), still track costs as if you
had to pay for it. Other examples of expenses include indirect costs;
marketing, communication, and publication expenses; remitted tuition;
equipment service; agreements; food/per diem; and consultants. Note that
you should include any costs related to planning, implementation, and
evaluation in your budget.
Budget
Justification – Develop a narrative description for each
budget item to explain your budget beyond the numbers. Each budget item
should include a rationale and a description of how the cost was
determined. Refer to course materials for examples.

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