Fringe Benefit Advisory Committee (FBAC)

About FBAC

PURPOSE

The Fringe Benefit Advisory Committee (FBAC) was established to provide an advisory resource of knowledgeable faculty, academic and classified staff to assist in the analysis of existing fringe benefits, to propose possible changes in the fringe benefit package, and to secure those changes which can be accomplished through administrative action of the appropriate regulatory boards. It is intended to be a resource for the biennial budget working group on compensation, the President, the Chancellors, Faculty Representatives and Academic Staff Representatives. The Committee will have the following specific functions:

  1. To study existing fringe benefit programs and their impact on faculty, academic, and classified staff and on institutional programs and secure their implementation;
  2. To help define the alternatives for fringe benefit improvements that should be considered by biennial budget working groups, the Secretary of the Office of Employment Relations, and the President in the formulation of recommendations for biennial compensation plans;
  3. To improve the quality of information available to faculty, academic and classified staff and to contribute to an understanding of their needs by soliciting the views of retirement counselors and by conducting or supporting surveys of employee opinion on fringe benefits;
  4. To assist in evaluating legislation or other policy and procedural changes initiated by state agencies or policy makers, and to make recommendations on behalf of the System both in writing and through appearances before the Regents, regulatory boards and the legislative committee;
  5. To monitor various studies conducted by executive and legislative agencies, to take positions on behalf of the System, and to advise the President and working groups on their implications.

Membership

The Committee consists of nine people appointed by the President of the UW System from among institutional nominations of faculty, academic and classified employees. The normal term of each appointment is three years, and the terms are staggered to provide continuity to the function of the committee.

Ana Araujo, UW-Madison (retired)
608-262-0673
aaraujo@wisc.edu

Susan Fontana, Chair, UW-Milwaukee
414-229-2705
sfontana@uwm.edu

Tracy Hofer, UW-Stevens Point
715-346-3874
thofer@uwsp.edu

Dr. Fredric Kolb, Vice-Chair, UW-Eau Claire
715-836-3518
kolbfr@uwec.edu

Mary Kay Sankey, UW-Stout
715-232-2439
sankeym@uwstout.edu

Dr. Diane Douglas, UW-Superior
715-394-8218
ddougla2@uwsuper.edu

Xuguang (Steve) Guo, UW-Whitewater
262-472-3207
guox@uww.edu

Sharon Klawitter, UW-Extension
608-265-3372
sharon.klawitter@ces.uwex.edu

Sharon Pink, UW-Platteville
608-342-1811
pink@uwplatt.edu

Agendas and Minutes of Past Meetings

Meetings
DateAgendasMinutes
April 26, 2013 Agenda Not published
until approved
January 16, 2013 Agenda Minutes
November 30, 2012 Agenda Minutes
April 27, 2012 Agenda Minutes
February 17, 2012 Agenda Minutes
November 11, 2011 Agenda Minutes
October 14, 2011 Agenda Minutes
April 15, 2011 Agenda Minutes