For Administrative Officials Receiving a Delegation Letter from the Chancellor
The Chancellor has delegated certain decision-making authority and financial, administrative, and management responsibilities to you.
Unless stated otherwise, you may re-delegate some or all of this authority or responsibility further. However, you may not delegate greater decision-making authority or responsibility than you have been delegated. Moreover, you remain accountable for the decision-making authority or responsibility delegated to you regardless of whether you have re-delegated.
To re-delegate decision-making authority or responsibilities granted to you by the Chancellor:
- Your re-delegation must be in writing.
- You must ensure that the employees to whom you re-delegate are qualified.
- You must monitor the employees to whom you re-delegate to make sure they are properly fulfilling their duties.
- If you wish to limit further re-delegation, you must say so in the re-delegation letter.
If you allow further re-delegation, you must make sure that the employees receiving the re-delegation follow these guidelines as well.
All re-delegation letters must be sent to the Office of Ethics, Risk and Compliance Services (email@example.com). The Campus Delegations Coordinator will upload your re-delegations to the official delegations web site, enabling the campus to know who is responsible for what.