Research Policy Analysis and Coordination
State of California
State of California agencies, excluding the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine, are one of the largest sources of research funding to the UC system.
In 2016, in the State of California, the California State University, and UC implemented model terms and conditions for use by State agencies for research, training or public service projects performed by campuses of the university systems.
Contact: Andrew Boulter at Andrew.Boulter@ucop.edu or (510) 987-9840
Links to resources for implementing model contract terms for use by State of California agencies funding research, training or public service projects performed by campuses of the University of California and California State University systems.
Memo RPAC-16-01 provides guidance and resources concerning the model agreement.
Since the its inception, CIRM has committed over $800 million for stem cell research at the ten UC campuses.
The California Constitution establishes and describes the duties, powers, structure and function of the government of the State of California
Compendium and search of California's 29 codes
California Statutes is the set of chaptered bills. A bill is "chaptered" by the Secretary of State after it has passed through both houses of the Legislature and has been signed by the Governor or becomes law without the Governor's signature.
The California Code of Regulations (CCR), is the official compilation and publication of the regulations adopted, amended or repealed by state agencies pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act (APA)
The State Administrative Manual (SAM) is a reference source for statewide policies, procedures, regulations and information developed and issued by authoring agencies such as the Governor's Office, Department of General Services (DGS), Department of Finance (DOF), and Department of Personnel Administration
The State Contracting Manual provides policies, procedures and guidelines related the contracting process with the State of California. The Department of General Services (DGS) Office of Legal Services maintains Volume 1 of the State Contract Manual. The DGS Procurement Division maintains Volumes 2 and 3.