The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees officially approved the university’s spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year. The Saturday meeting approved budgetary items including those stemming from appropriations from the Wyoming State Legislature. The budget included money allocated to engineering services and construction of the upcoming NCAR supercomputing facility.
From the release:
NCAR architectural and engineering services, $3.5 million. An appropriation not to exceed $3.5M in state general funds is to be transferred from the $20M appropriation to the Wyoming Business Council for the NCAR supercomputer. The funds are for expenditures made by the university under the existing contract with NCAR for architectural and engineering services for the construction of the supercomputer center.
For more info on Wyoming’s budget layout, read the full release here.