While revenues were up and departmental operating expenses were down, interest expense increased to $3.
What does DOE stand for?
DOE stands for Departmental Operating Expense
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 197 other meanings of DOE in our Acronym Attic
- Dedicated Outbound Extension (Sprint)
- Denominación Oficial Española (Spanish: Spanish Official Designation; pharmacology)
- Department Of Ecology
- Department of Education (US)
- Department of Electronics
- Department Of Energy (US)
- Department of Enforcement (securities)
- Department of Expenditure (India)
- Department of Extension
- Department of the Environment
- Dependant on Experience (UK)
- Depending On Experience (jobs & classified ads)
- Depends On Experience
- Depth of Exploration
- Design of Experiences
- Design Of Experiment
- Designated Operational Entity
- Determination of Eligibility
- Diabetes Outpatient Education (Rhode Island)
- Diario Oficial de Extremadura (Extremadura, Spain)
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The measures include: * A tuition and room and board increase of 3 percent; the lowest percentage increase in 25 years * No salary increases for faculty and staff with two exceptions (promotions in rank for faculty, and required increases for certain contracted employees) * An increase in funding for student financial aid * A reduction in targeted departmental operating expenses of $2 million * A position management system to review each vacant position for its strategic importance "Our goals during this difficult time are to maintain Santa Clara's high standards of academic excellence while sustaining our financial strength and providing an affordable environment for our students.
The A&M System's reduction plan calls for faculty and non-faculty hiring freezes and position monitoring, reductions in departmental operating expenses, and curtailment of capital expenditures.