THANK YOU MARQUETTE!
Since 1999, the Renewal Task Force has identified over
in savings and cost avoidance through efficiency, productivity and quality improvements. These dollars have been reallocated to other activities to better serve the Marquette Community.
Stay tuned for future cost savings endeavours that will continue to support and sustain Marquette University.
Total Reallocation and Cost Avoidance 1999-2011 = $12,503,902
Where have these dollars come from? Activities have been categorized into 6 groups: Technology, Insurance, Operations, Personnel, Outsourcing & Program Elimination, and Publications & Printing.
About the Renewal Task Force (RTF)
The Renewal Task Force (RTF) was a committee at Marquette from 1999 to 2011. The RTF was brought together in 1999 to identify additional resources through improvements in efficiency, productivity and quality to provide better service to the Marquette community. These efforts were beyond the normal reallocation and re-engineering that occurs on a regular basis. The RTF was last chaired by Associate Senior Vice President Dr. Toby Peters. He and other members of the RTF worked with the departments to affect change and implement all recommended initiatives. Click here to learn more about the Renewal Task Force's efforts.