Who's Accountable for Controls?
Even though certain financial and management responsibilities may be delegated to University officials, every administrative official is accountable for acting lawfully; abiding by University policies and ethical guidelines; and upholding the public trust.
Administrative officials include:
- Vice Provosts
- Vice Chancellors
- Associate Deans
- Assistant Deans
- Associate Vice Chancellors
- Assistant Vice Chancellors
- Department Chairs
- Associate Directors
- Assistant Directors
- Chief Administrative Officers/Chief Financial Officers
- Unit Heads
- Principal Investigators
- Management Services Officers
- Academic Administrative Officers
- Department Business Officers
Administrative officials are accountable for:
- Compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, University policies and collective bargaining agreements, and with the terms and conditions of gifts, contracts and grants.
- Maintenance of a sound financial condition and good business practices for the department or business unit.
- Establishment of an effective system of internal controls consistent with UCLA Financial Policy.
- Adherence to ethical business standards
- Administration of human resource activities to foster diversity in the workforce and ensure due process.
- Ensuring appropriate access to and use of University information and systems, including the integrity of data and transactions entered or modified by staff.