UC Riverside

Office of the Vice Chancellor for Planning and Budget

Our Role

The Office of Planning and Budget oversees campus-wide strategic planning, financial planning and analysis, institutional research and capital asset strategies. The vice chancellor represents the campus with the University of California Office of the President and all external agencies on financial matters.

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Information for External and Internal Constituents

  • External Constituents

    Budget Model Redesign

    This presentation will guide your creation of an engagement plan to design and roll out a new budget model in partnership with academic and financial leadership.

  • Internal Constituents


    A tutorial on the new budget model for financial administrative officers and other financial roles

Service Level Agreement (SLA) Governance Committee

The SLA Governance Committee is responsible for meeting with Service Providers and making recommendations to the Provost/EVC and Vice Chancellor of Planning & Budget on the menu of services provided to the campus and the funding required to support these services. The Governance Committee will meet with their campus counterparts during the fiscal year to collect feedback in order to assist the Committee in finalizing their recommendations. The Governance committee is charged with ensuring that services provided, quality, and costs are in alignment with the strategic objectives of UCR.

To contact the Governance Committee with any questions or concerns, please send an email to: slagovernance@ucr.edu

In March and April of 2016 the Governance Committee will review the 2017 Service Level Agreements w/ Service Providers and make recommendations on SLAs and Budget Rates on April 30th, 2016 for services to be provided on July 1, 2017.

Service Level Agreement (SLA)

Organizational Excellence

Over the past several months, UCR has been introduced to four different approaches to improving an institution’s efficiency, service, and organization (University of Washington; UC Berkeley; City of Houston, TX; and UC San Francisco). Each model offered something interesting and different based on that organization’s culture, objectives, and case for change. Now that we have seen such varying examples, we have the important opportunity to influence UCR’s version of Organizational Excellence.

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Capital Asset Strategies

Responsible for development of the Capital Improvement Program, physical planning for the campus, and campus-wide space management and inventory.

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Financial Planning & Analysis

Administers the campus-wide budget process, including the annual Auxiliary and Self-Supporting Enterprise budget and rate review process.

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Institutional Research

Provides data analyses, reports, and services covering a wide range of topics, including accreditation, campus population, enrollment, faculty workload, and instructional space utilization.

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Strategic Project Management

Manages key initiatives related to Organizational Excellence.

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