Plans and reports from campus committees and task forces commissioned by the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost appear below.

Excellence and Engagement: An Academic Plan for UCLA (PDF)

The purpose of this report was to assess challenges and opportunities and develop a set of strategic priorities for a second century of academic greatness ahead of UCLA’s centennial.

Report of the Humanities Task Force (PDF)

The Humanities Task Force was charged with considering the future of the humanities at UCLA, both financial and intellectual. Recommendations include: Consolidation of several programs and departments, establishment of a Humanities Institute, and creation of a Language Center.

Neuroscience Task Force Report (PDF)

The Neuroscience Task Force was charged with setting a course for the development of the neurosciences at UCLA by conducting a review and developing a strategic plan. Early in 2011, the chancellor and EVCP established a Neuroscience Implementation Committee to carry out many of the recommendations in the plan.

UCLA IT Strategic Plan 2009-2018 (PDF)

The IT Planning Task Force presents a new strategic vision for IT planning and infrastructure at UCLA.

Review of the Research Administration Infrastructure at UCLA (PDF)

This report describes results of an assessment of the infrastructure for research administration at UCLA conducted by Huron Consulting Group. The assessment, requested by the EVCP in response to concerns expressed by faculty and administrators, identified a wide variety of opportunities to increase efficiency and reduce costs. Management and staff in the Office of Research Administration and campuswide implemented many of the recommendations in the report, leading to significant improvements in customer service, efficiency, cost savings, and productivity.

Budget Toolbox Project (PDF)

The Budget Toolbox project was initiated in December 2008 to support campus academic and budgetary planning in the face of current and anticipated additional budget cuts. Because of severe financial pressures, UCLA developed plans for sustaining academic strength through cost savings and increased efficiency, increased non-state revenues, and strong alignment of academic programs with institutional priorities. The project was the culmination of the work of three task forces, which provided individual reports included in the PDF.