Agreements (ICA and PSA)
For assistance in the drafting and finalization of Independent Consultant Agreements (ICA) or Professional Services Agreements (PSA), contact Richard Greene at Richard.Greene@ucop.edu, (510) 987-9408.
Call the UCPath Center or submit a question online via UCPath.
Bicycle parkingWMC: (510) 987-0600 | Franklin 7206
Bicycle parking is provided for free in Franklin garage and Kaiser garage. Contact Work Management Center for access to the bike cages.
Connexxus, UC's travel program, is a secure Web portal for booking university business travel.
The UCOP Lactation Program includes a lactation room at your work location, breastfeeding classes and eligibility to purchase a breast pump at a discounted price.
Request building access via iRequest. 24-hour access is granted via iRequest only, with Manager/Director approval. Visitors must be signed up in advance through iVisitor. Ask if your department has a designated visitor scheduler or email the Work Management Center to request access.
Business cardsUCSF Irene Lee: (415) 502-2740
Many University employees do not need business cards, but if you do need them, work with your supervisor to approve an order from UCSF. UCLA printing is also an option.
BRC handles general procurement, travel and entertainment, ledger reconciliation, payroll and event planning. Each team, identified by a color, is dedicated to a group of departments or a service area.
Smartphone purchases and feature changes.
The UCOP pre-tax commuter benefits program allows eligible employees to set aside income (up to the limit set by the IRS) on a pre-tax basis for transportation and parking expenses.
Submit changes to your directory information using IT Service Hub.
UCOP Mail Services offers document shredding services for UCOP departments. Reasonable quantities of materials are shredded free of charge.
Offers fast connections from BART, the Oakland/Alameda/San Francisco Ferry and Amtrak Capitol Corridor to downtown Oakland offices. The shuttles run every 10 - 15 minutes during regular hours between Embarcadero West (Jack London Square) and Grand Avenue.
Building emergency procedures and resources as well as personal preparedness information.
The discount programs are available to all UCOP employees. Please contact Sherry Perocier at (510) 987-3819 with any questions.
The Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) department at OP supports a safe and healthy work environment and advances the goals of the EH&S program at all campus and medical center locations.
Employee ID number
When your name is input into the Payroll system you will be issued a unique employee ID number. If you have any questions, contact Payroll at BRCpayroll@ucop.edu or Ana Trejo at Ana.Trejo@ucop.edu.
BRC Events is ready to assist you in planning and preparing Purchase Orders for Events and Meetings, allowing you to focus on the content of your program.
The FSAP, staffed by licensed professionals, provides confidential brief counseling to individuals, and consultation services to OP employees.
Search by first or last name. In Outlook, the Search Address Book field will let you search by first name, last name or both. The open book icon will let you search by first name.
List of all UCOP holidays.
ID badgesWMC phone: (510) 987-0600 | Room: Franklin 7206
For active employees with ID badge questions or issues such as to get a replacement badge, contact the Work Management Center. New employees will be handled through the on-boarding process.
ITS provides information technology services for the University of California campuses and Office of the President, from corporate data systems to telecommunications to computer networks.
Learn about available employee networking and interest groups at Office of the President.
IT Service Desk is your single point of contact for IT questions, requests and incident reporting. Contact IT Service Desk via IT Service Hub, by email at ServiceDesk@ucop.edu or by phone at 510-987-0457. For after-hours emergencies (situations with broad impact, such as security or network problems), email Helpdesk@ucop.edu or call 510-987-0349.
Employees report incidents, make requests, check status, and provide feedback via this portal.
Laptops are loaned out to UCOP personnel on a first-come, first-served basis.
Leadership development for UCOP employees.
The California Digital Library offers an impressive array of library services and research resources to UCOP staff.
Link is a place to get news, learn about events, and expand your knowledge about the work of UC and how our work here at the Office of the President supports it.
Locker room and showersWMC phone: (510) 987-0600
Men's and women's showers and lockers are located in the Franklin building on the 9th floor and accessible from the elevator lobby.
A free mailing list service to allow dissemination of a single message to a group of people.
Information about mail services, including hours of operations, policy concerns, etc.
The UCOP mentorship program is a volunteer program that pairs experienced leaders and professionals across departments at the Office of the President with career staff who seek to develop themselves professionally.
UCOP employees can purchase a licensed copy of Microsoft Office, Project and Visio for Windows, or Microsoft Office for Macintosh, for just $9.95 each to install and use on their personally owned home computer. The software may be used for personal purposes and is not restricted to work use.
Information regarding orientation, including the schedule.
Find addresses and directions to UCOP offices.
Email payroll with additional questions regarding payroll services or processes.
Performance appraisal resources.
Resources for systemwide policies and manuals.
Position Control is a process of executive review for all staff, temporary and contract positions at UC Office of the President before the position is opened for recruitment.
All hirings of outside consultants and independent contractors, regardless of any prearrangement via a blanket agreement, must be approved by the President prior to contract negotiation.
Policies, guidance, contacts and resources for preventing and/or reporting discrimination, sexual harassment and sexual violence at UCOP.
Learn more about UCOP Principles of Community and the diversity policies, programs and resources available to Office of the President staff.
For large ongoing printing needs and other specialized print jobs such as business cards, letterheads, envelopes, etc.
Procurement Services is responsible for developing and implementing the overall purchasing policies, strategies and direction for the UC System.
BART and buses provide easy access to all work locations.
Forms for purchasing goods and services, travel and entertainment or other transactions.
Third-party audio, desktop video and web collaboration tool
Through the Records Storage Center Program, UCOP offices at the 1111 Franklin Street building may temporarily store certain boxed records.
RMS maintains the Central Records Collection of the Office of the President, which consists primarily of correspondence and related materials such as reports, studies, agendas, and minutes.
The University is governed by The Regents, which has "full powers of organization and governance" subject only to very specific areas of legislative control.
A free online resource for UCOP employees who are interested in carpooling to create their own carpools.
Travel and entertainment reimbursement forms
Reserving meeting space
UCOP conference rooms can be reserved via the Outlook Web App or by the Outlook Calendar. For a video tutorial and instructions for both Mac and PC users, visit the IT Service Hub and search the Knowledge Base for "reserving conference room." Contact the Work Management Center if you have questions.
SAFE is a service that allows UCOP employees to quickly, easily, and securely send large electronic files via a Web browser, rather than attaching them to an e-mail message.
If you have a security question or want to report a security issue, call the security desk in the Franklin Lobby at (510) 987-9790. At Kaiser, call (510) 272-0909. At Broadway or OSF (415-20th St), call Chief Building Manager Roman Starno at (510) 587-6100 or Work Management Center at (510) 987-0600.
Security Ambassadors in orange vests serve as additional 'eyes and ears' of the Oakland Police Department, while serving as a visible deterrent.
Security escort(510) 987-9790
Employees needing an escort to or from the Franklin building between 6:30 am and 8:30 pm should call the UCOP security desk 30 minutes before exiting the building.
The UCOP Staff Assembly promotes the interest and welfare of all staff employees at UCOP.
ITS Telecommunications Services engineers install or make changes to lines and phones, as well as upgrade features.
TRS is a web-based timesheet to report your time and submit for approval.
Explore the UC story through (1) storyboards that focus on data-driven narratives that weave multiple data visualizations into a storyline; (2) dashboards that provide answers to frequently asked questions; and (3) data tables that present static and interactive reports that provide download access to raw data.
Log in to the UC Learning Center for UCOP Employees to view course offerings and register for training opportunities.
News, benefits information and self-service tools for employees and retirees.
PACSW promotes women's access to programs, opportunities and activities at UCOP.
UCOP daily news clips
Distribution email list for daily news clips relating to UC.
Current UCOP organization chart.
UCOPAlert is an emergency notification system that allows UCOP employees to receive informational alerts on their personal phones or by personal email outside normal business hours.
New self-service website now available for UCOP employees
Information pertaining to personnel, compensation, labor relations and collective bargaining.
Overview of upcoming classes.
To report an improper governmental activity or a compliance-related concern, please contact the UC Whistleblower Hotline. Reports can be made anonymously.
Learn about the UCOP WorkFit Program and all available exercise sessions.
UC Living Well, the university’s wellness program, provides activities and resources to help faculty, staff and retirees reach their wellness goals.