Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer
The Office of the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer advises
the Chancellor and Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost regarding academic and budgetary planning issues and allocation of campus resources, including issues involving students, faculty, staff, space, and university finances. The office also manages the key campus planning processes and data sets that support these decisions, and performs a central role in UCLA's systems of internal control and accountability.
The office also is responsible for the planning, design, and construction of all campus capital projects.
The office encompasses the following operating units:
Academic Planning and Budget
Administrative Campus Services Enterprise
Administrative Policies and Compliance
In addition to these operating units, the Office of the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer has the following functional responsibilities:
Steven A. Olsen is the Vice Chancellor and Chief Financial Officer.
- Enterprise Risk Management
- Asset and Debt Management
- UCLA Endowment Investment Oversight