The Office of the Chief Privacy Officer addresses privacy issues that impact the campus community. The Office of the CPO collaborates closely with many campus partners to ensure UCLA is a good steward of data.
A unit of IT services, the Information Security Office aims to promote data security, security policy compliance, and safe computing practices across campus business units and academic departments.
The Office of Environment Health & Safety works to assure a safe and healthy environment for all students and employees ranging from laboratory safety and hazardous waste to the Ergonomics Program.
The UCLA Health System includes an independent Compliance Program and provides answers to common questions and guidance documents, including information on Coding, Conflicts of Interest, Current Policies and Guidelines, Code of Conduct, Hotline, HIPAA Privacy and Security, and Clinical Lab.
The UCLA Athletics Compliance Office is responsible for upholdng rules and regulations in operating the UCLA's athletics program. The Athletics Compliance Office provides resources for coaches, student-athletes, parents, staff, faculty and fans.
Campus Human Resources provides comprehensive central services for staff and faculty including personnel policies, labor agreements, staff diversity, nondiscrimination and equal employment policies.
The Chancellor's ADA & 504 Compliance Office coordinates and monitors campus compliance with requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. The office also provides guidance and evaluates efforts to improve access to campus facilities and programs.
The UCLA Office of Contract and Grant Administration (OCGA) has primary responsibility for reviewing, approving and submitting proposal applications and negotiating and executing contracts and grants from government and non-profit sponsors. OCGA also executes all outgoing Subawards issued under grants or collaborative agreements.
The Office of Research Policy and Compliance (RPC) provides leadership in shaping, interpreting and implementing UC and UCLA research-related policies, procedures and guidance including Conflict of Interest in Research, Export Controls, Responsible Conduct of Research, and Research Misconduct.
U.S. export control regulations are intended to serve various government objectives that include protecting national security, advancing U.S. foreign policy and economic goals, and preventing the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction. The Office of Research Policy and Compliance (RPC) oversees compliance with U.S. export control laws and regulations.
The California Political Reform Act requires certain state and local government officials, including some University employees, to disclose their personal financial interests and disqualify themselves from participating in decisions when personal financial interests exist. The Office of Campus Counsel is responsible for providing support to University employee filers.
A financial conflict of interest in research may exist when an individual or institution has financial interests in the outcome of the research that might compromise the integrity of the research. The Office of Research Policy and Compliance (RPC) oversees compliance with policies and procedures related to conflicts of interest in research.
The Records Management & Information Practices department provides public records request processing, subpoena processing and records management consulting services that include record retention guidelines.
UCLA Technology Development Group (TDG) serves as a campus-wide gateway to innovation, research, and entrepreneurship. TDG has responsibility for various research related agreements with industry sponsors.
Purchasing provides service to campus customers in purchasing products and services. Accounts Payable disburses funds for all non-payroll obligations of UCLA, UCOP and UC Merced and maintains the physical accounting reports in support of such disbursements.
UCLA Financial Aid and Scholarships is dedicated to helping students pursue their education by awarding scholarships, grants, and other aid to assist with educational costs. Financial Aid and Scholarships stewards Federal, State and University funds in compliance with regulatory requirements while recognizing and respecting the needs and values of our diverse student body.
The mission of Audit & Advisory Services is to assist The Regents and university management in the discharge of their oversight, management and operating responsibilities through independent audits and consultations designed to evaluate and promote the system of internal controls, including effective and efficient operations.
The Office of Ethics, Compliance and Audit Services provides direction, education, oversight for president policy process, investigatory services, auditing and monitoring, guidance and resources to the University to optimize ethical and compliant behavior, provide assurance, and improve operations through effective controls and processes.