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UCOP Efficiency Review: Wrap-up of the year’s most notable successes

President Napolitano wraps up the most notable successes from the UCOP Efficiency Review's first 12 months, measures that have reduced costs, boosted transparency and improved OP's services.


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Efficiency Review update: New working group, efficiencies announced

President Napolitano announces the appointment of a new Efficiency Review Working Group and three new efficiencies that will be implemented in early 2015.


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Efficiency Review: New working group leads, council of exec assistants, and more

A new Efficiency Review Working Group has been initiated, with Shirley Bittlingmeier and Dan Scannell as co-leads, and group membership will be announced in November.


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Efficiency Review update: Seeking applicants for new working group

President Napolitano provides an update and announces the latest improvements she’s asked the Efficiency Review Working Group to begin implementing this month.


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Efficiency Review update: Improvements in print management, elevator service

Facilitated safety and repair reporting and reinstating the office supply reuse program are also among the latest Efficiency Review upgrades to UCOP.


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Efficiency Review measures for July: Green office pilot, Mac support and more

President Napolitano announces the latest improvements she’s asked the Efficiency Review Working Group to begin implementing this month.


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Efficiency Review: Faster reimbursements, master calendar among changes

President Napolitano gives a progress report and announces the latest improvements she’s asked the Efficiency Review Working Group to begin implementing this month.


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Succession planning: Join a focus group as part of UCOP’s Efficiency Review

If you’re interested in helping to plan for the present and future development of UCOP staff, consider joining a focus group on succession planning, which arose from the UCOP Efficiency Review.