I would like to humbly suggest that we first focus the discussion on the revenue model we want to achieve
(flat fee vs. voluntary differentiations vs. differentiated services). Once we come to consensus on that,
it will be much easier to look at all the corner cases for making sure that each organization can provide
money in a way that meets both our and their accounting needs.
> On Sep 9, 2016, at 10:09 , Ben Franske <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 9/9/2016 1:28 AM, Richard Laager wrote:
>> Ironically, I don't think this even works for the University of
>> Minnesota. I believe it was your position that you needed an invoice, as
>> "the University doesn't give donations; it accepts them".
> I was actually going to bring this up, but it wasn't the U of M that had this issue, it was Wisconsin/BadgerNet. I believe they stated that even a "membership" might be problematic, but port fees could definitely be paid.
> Ben Franske
> Inver Hills Community College (MICE via MNSCU via UMN)