UCLA DA 157.32: Execution of Short Services Agreements
March 18, 2011
From: Vice Chancellor, UCLA Health Sciences, Dean, David Geffen School of Medicine A. Eugene Washington
To: Associate Vice Chancellor and Sr. Associate Dean, Medical Sciences & David Geffen School of Medicine Judith Rothman
  1. UC DA 1058 (Execution of Agreements) to Chancellors, et al., dated December 30, 1991;
  2. Regents’ Standing Order 100.4 (dd).
Supersedes: New

Effective as of the date above, I hereby delegate to you, in your areas of responsibility, the authority to execute short services agreements with a term lasting no longer than 24 months and with a total value not to exceed $1,000,000 per agreement, required with outside organizations, agencies, and individuals to implement approved programs and activities, whether the University is the supplier or recipient of the service covered by the agreement. Within the scope of this delegation, you are authorized to negotiate and execute all such agreements, except those which contain provisions falling within the restrictions and limitations set forth in Standing Order 100.4 (dd), or which require approval of The Regents because of specific policy memoranda issued from time to time. Refer to UC DA 1058 for examples of other types of agreements that are not covered by this delegation to you.

All agreements under this delegation must be executed in accordance with the applicable University policies and procedures governing the particular transaction, including, but not limited to, Business and Finance Bulletins and relevant guidelines issued by the appropriate functional areas within the Office of the President and the Campus. All agreements must be approved as to legal form by General Counsel prior to execution unless the agreement is in a form previously approved by that office and is issued without revision.

This authority may not be further redelegated.

cc: Chancellor
Executive Vice Chancellor & Provost
Vice Chancellor, Legal Affairs
Director of Purchasing
Manager, Administrative Policies & Delegations