Matt Okamoto | Assistant Vice Chancellor and Controller
AFS provides the university with a wide array of services to staff and manages valuable units including payroll, the cashier’s office, student accounting, and much more. They fulfill the institution’s instructional research, and administrative requirements for financial information and reporting, materials, supplies, equipment, and services.
- Cashier's Office
- Contracts and Grants Accounting
- Controls and Accountability
- Costing Policy and Analysis
- Electronic Documents
- Financial Reporting
- Payroll Services
- Student Accounting
- Tax Reporting and Compliance
Radhika Prabhu | Executive Director
Administrative IT is responsible for developing, implementing, maintaining and supporting the applications, computer systems, and IT infrastructure within FOA. Thy help educate and support campus customers in the use of FOA applications and services, and ensure that FOA staff have the technology tools, training, help and support they need to best serve the campus and community.
Bob Segar | Associate Vice Chancellor
As a vital part of creating one of the world’s most sustainable universities, Campus Planning and Environmental Stewardship is responsible for guiding the future development of the campus’s built and outdoor environments in conjunction with the management and continuous improvement to its transportation facilities and programs. This team is committed to the creative use of its resources for supporting student learning and engagement, fostering community participation and marketing UC Davis as a welcoming destination.
- Arboretum and Public Garden
(Arboretum, Grounds and Landscape Services and Putah Creek Riparian Reserve)
- Campus Planning
- Office of Sustainability
- Transportation Services
Lina Layiktez | Director
Conference and Event Services provides full service event planning and registration services, coordinating such services as event rentals, room and A/V set-up, parking arrangements, catering, and venues for educational events, social events, business meetings, and conferences.
Jim Carroll | Associate Vice Chancellor
Design and Construction Management (DCM) delivers new, high-quality buildings at the forefront of green building design, transforms existing facilities using state-of-the-art systems and manages improvements to the infrastructure of the largest campus in the UC system. In addition to advising the Chancellor and Provost with the planning, oversight, and allocation of funding for capital improvement projects, DCM also works with deans and vice chancellors to assign building space for education and administrative purposes.
Allen Tollefson | Associate Vice Chancellor
Facilities Management provides expert maintenance and repair for buildings, equipment and vehicles on the central UC Davis campus; they supply and maintain all of our main campus’s utility needs including electricity, water, natural gas, heating and cooling; in addition, their cutting-edge systems and community engagement programs consistently improve our campus's energy savings in support of UC-wide carbon neutrality goals. From biosafety labs to historic barns, Facilities Management's skilled trades employees are uniquely qualified to care for and provide unmatched customer service in support of our campus’s full range of research and teaching needs.
- Building Maintenance Services
- Custodial Services
- Energy Conservation Office
- Fleet Services
Nathan Trauernicht | Fire Chief
The UC Davis Fire Department is an all-risk, all-hazard emergency services organization that continually strives to be prepared for any threat to our community’s health and safety. The department offers a comprehensive mix of emergency response services including emergency medical services, fire suppression, basic and technical rescue, hazardous materials mitigation, public fire and EMS safety education, and domestic preparedness response.
Brenda Rebman | Chief Human Resources Officer
Human Resources provides services for employees and staff for both UC Davis and UC Davis Health. They offer assistance for employees, supervisors, and units within HR. They help sustain the workforce through recruitment, benefits administration, labor-relations services, mediation and professional development.
- Employee & Labor Relations
- HR Business Partners
- Learning & Development
- Organizational Excellence
- Shared Services Organization
- Talent Acquisition
- Workforce Strategies
- Worklife and Wellness
Joseph A. Farrow | Chief of Police
The UC Davis Police Department serves the UC Davis community both in Davis and Sacramento. Through collaboration with community partners, they provide the highest level of service to all who attend, work and visit our campuses. Their approach is to involve students, faculty and staff in their activities and operations. FOA provides administrative support to the department; the Chief reports to the Provost/EVC.
Grant Rockwell | Assistant Vice Chancellor
Real Estate Services provides a broad range of services to the UC Davis campus community, including faculty and staff housing, partnerships with local entities, the faculty home loan program, and more. They provide expertise in the strategic planning and implementation of a full complement of real estate services in support of the university's mission.
Eric Kvigne | Associate Vice Chancellor
Safety Services helps UC Davis maintain a safe and healthy campus environment through risk management and education. They provide important resources including emergency preparedness; fire prevention; personal, workplace and lab safety; and much more.
- Emergency Management and Mission Continuity
- Environmental Health and Safety
- Fire Prevention
- Occupational Health
- Risk Management
- Staff and Faculty Health and Well-being
Tim Maguire | Chief Procurement Officer
SCM is the university’s guiding force in obtaining goods and services on behalf of UC Davis. They offer a coordinated approach to procurement that includes payment, procurement & contracting, shipping & receiving, travel & entertainment, and other specialty services.
Heather Hunter | Executive Director
UP3 is a new program that provides business partnerships to the university. They expand on existing partnerships, identify new opportunities, offer internships, and enhances the student experience. They secure and manage campus-wide, collaborative and strategic partnerships with select business partners.