To support the University in pursuit of its mission and vision, the Office of Treasury and Budget has set the following vision and mission:
The Office of Treasury and Budget will work collaboratively with other units within the Office of Financial and Business Services to provide the highest quality budgetary and treasury management services to the University community that are consistent with the University’s 2020 Strategic Vision.
The Office of Treasury and Budget will provide the University with excellent service, accurate information, and required support to facilitate the achievement of the University’s mission.
The role of the Office of Treasury and Budget (OTB) is to:
- Provide leadership in managing the University’s investment and treasury functions,
- Improve the internal business systems of the University,
- Guide the allocation and deployment of University resources in an efficient manner that facilitates the accomplishment of the University’s Strategic Plan, and
- Manage University risk matters.
These will be accomplished by leading the University’s treasury functions related to operating cash and investment management, and short and long term borrowing; collaborating with units across campus, guiding the allocation of resources linked to strategic priorities and performance assessment; developing, reporting and implementing multi-year financial planning for the operating budget and capital projects funding; monitoring, improving, and implementing strategies for the University’s business management and reporting systems for effective organizational performance measurement, assessment and management; supporting departments in their centralized purchasing, procurement, materials management, and contracting functions; establishing enterprise risk management processes and programs, and ensuring adequate insurance protection for all University assets.
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