April 7, 1981
VICE PRESIDENT KENDRICK
Delegation of Authority--Solicitation and Acceptance or Execution of Extramural Grants and Contracts for Construction of Facilities
Standing Order 100.4(dd) of The Regents authorizes the President to solicit and accept or execute extramural grants and contracts when they do not contain provisions requiring authorization by The Regents, as specified in Standing Order 100.4(dd).
Authority to solicit and accept or execute certain extramural grants and contracts for research, scholarly or professional instruction, or related public service programs was delegated to Chancellors on June 29, 1978 and to Vice President Kendrick on August 7, 1975, subject to limitations specified by the delegations.
Effective immediately, within your areas of responsibility, you are also authorized to solicit and accept or execute extramural grants and contracts for construction of facilities, including the signing of related documents as necessary, except those grants, contracts, or related documents which:
The preparation of proposals for extramural support for the construction of facilities, the acceptance or execution of construction grants or contracts, and the reporting of these actions shall be in accordance with the Grants Procedures published in the Facilities Manual.
When the construction of facilities is part of a grant or contract for research, scholarly or professional instruction, or related public service programs, your authority is subject also to the terms of the June 29, 1978 delegation (for Chancellors) and the August 7, 1975 delegation (for Vice President Kendrick) concerning extramural grants and contracts.
This delegation supersedes the October 12, 1966 delegation to Chancellors concerning solicitation and acceptance of grants for the construction of facilities as well as the following related correspondence:
Any redelegation of this authority shall be in writing with copies to the Vice President of the University, the Vice President--Financial and Business Management, the Assistant President--Coordination and Review, and the General Counsel and the Secretary of The Regents.
David S. Saxon