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Reduction of UCOP on-site services and staffing extended through March 1, 2021

Given the continued increase of COVID-19, UCOP is extending the reduction of on-site services through March 1.


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Friendly reminder: Please don’t send personal packages to work

The holiday shopping season is here! As you plan gifts, please remember that shipping personal packages to or from UCOP offices is prohibited due to funding and security concerns.


Feeling peckish? Order online from High XII Café & Coffee

If you live in Oakland, consider supporting High XII Café & Coffee — the local small business located in UCOP’s Franklin building.


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New Business Center available for Oakland staff

Do you need copy, printing or other business services while working remotely? A dedicated space is now available in Oakland, just off the lobby in the Franklin Street building.


Oakland’s new room reservation system — EMS — is live

The new Event Management System (EMS) will help us effectively manage and use meeting spaces in Oakland buildings. Here’s what you need to know.


Aerial view of Lake Merritt

Lake Merritt: Give the lake a break

The City of Oakland is asking residents to find recreational alternatives to Lake Merritt, as crowded conditions at the lake may accelerate the transmission of COVID-19. Here’s the latest on local traffic management closures.


New Oakland mailroom location

Staff needing to pick up mail in Oakland should come to the new WRC office in the lobby of the Franklin building.


Oakland office moves are starting: Virtually “drop in” for the latest updates

Staff at 20th Street and 1111 Broadway are packing their offices. Attend a virtual drop-in info session for more details about what to expect.


George Floyd mural

Expressions of protest and hope — street art sends a message

According to Thera Kalmijn, executive director, UCOP operations, art speaks for the movement, transforming UCOP communities into outdoor museums and a public record of historic events.


Volunteers clean the UCOP Franklin building in Oakland

Local volunteers removed graffiti from the building following the weekend’s protests in downtown Oakland.