UCSF Redelegation: 2011
VICE CHANCELLOR DOROTHY BAINTON
VICE CHANCELLOR BRUCE SPAULDING
ASSISTANT VICE CHANCELLOR KATHLEEN KANE
DIRECTOR DANIEL RILEY
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR STEVEN WAGGENER
MANAGER AVIS RANSBURG
RE: Redelegation of Authority to Solicit and Accept Gifts
In his Delegation of Authority dated March 23, 1994 (enclosed). President Peltason delegated to Chancellors the authority to solicit and accept gifts that do not specifically require the approval of The Regents or the Vice President-University and External Relations, up to and including a value of $5 million. University and External Relations Vice Presidential authority is required:
- to approve solicitation or acceptance of any gift over $5 million, an authority which shall not be redelegated: and
- to accept gifts to the University which have not been designated for a specific campus or which have been designated for use by more than one campus or on a University-wide basis.
- exceptions to approved University programs or policies [Standing Order 100.4(dd)(l)];
- obligations on the part of the University to expenditures or costs for which there is no established fund source [Standing Order 100.4(dd)(l)];
- construction of facilities not previously approved [Standing Order 100.4(dd)( I )];
Regental or Presidential authorization, as appropriate, is required for solicitation or acceptance of any gift that involves an interest in real property [Bylaw 21.3 (f)(2)(aa)].
I hereby redelegate to each of you, in your respective areas of responsibility, the authority specified in President Peltason's Delegation of March 23, 1994, up to and including the maximum amounts noted below.
|Redelegation to:||Solicit and Accept or Execute Private Gifts Not Exceeding:|
|Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs
Dorothy F. Bainton
|Vice Chancellor—University Advancement and Planning
Bruce W. Spaulding
|Assistant Vice Chancellor—University Development and Alumni Relations
Kathleen L. Kane
|Associate Director of Development; Director of Planned Giving
|Associate Director of Development; Executive Director— Financial Services and Administration
|Manager of Gift Acceptance-Financial Services and Administration
Your authority to act is subject to the following conditions:
- Whenever there is any ambiguity in the terms of a gift proposal or other question as to its legal effect, the matter shall be referred to the General Counsel and Vice President for Legal Affairs for interpretation and advice. A copy of the proposal and the General Counsel's opinion shall be provided to the Vice President-University and External Relations. If there is any doubt whether gift terms comply with the policies of the University, including those set forth in the Development Policy Manual, the questions shall be referred to the Vice President—University and External Relations for interpretation and advice prior to acceptance.
- Gifts to The Regents shall be accepted, administered, documented, and reported in accordance with established University policies, guidelines, and procedures.
- Gifts to Campus Foundations shall be accepted, administered, documented, and reported in accordance with the September 15, 1995 Policy on Support Groups, Campus Foundations, and Alumni Associations and the October 13, 1989 Administrative Guidelines for Campus Foundations.
- Gifts to University Support Groups shall be accepted, administered, documented, and reported in accordance with the September 15, 1995 Policy on Support Groups, Campus Foundations, and Alumni Associations and the April, 1996 Administrative Guidelines for Support Groups.
- Gifts to The Regents shall be accepted in the name and become the property of The Regents of the University of California.
- Gifts of $1 million and more to The Regents, the UCSF Foundation, and University Support Groups shall be reported quarterly to the President by the Chancellor; this responsibility shall not be redelegated.
This redelegation of authority is effective immediately and supersedes Chancellor Debas' August 11, 1997 redelegation of authority to Dorothy F. Bainton, et al., on the same subject (copy enclosed). It may not be further redelegated.
J. Michael Bishop, M.D.
- Vice President—University and External Relations
Special Assistant—Coordination and Review
General Counsel and Vice President for Legal Affairs
|Source References:||Standing Order of The Regents 100.4(dd)
President Peltason's memorandum of March 23, 1994