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Integrated Data & Reporting Project

Integrated Data and Reporting (IDR) is responsible for developing and maintaining solutions for the University’s data storage and reporting needs. There are several projects on campus that fall within IDR’s domain, including: the implementation of a new technology infrastructure and data reporting tool; data stewardship activities, which include the development of a campus-wide dictionary for shared terms; and a communications plan to manage the communications regarding these services to the campus community.

Budget & Resource Planning

The mission of the University of Oregon Budget and Resource Planning Office is to manage the budgetary resources of the University.  We are committed to providing accurate, timely, and meaningful budget and financial information that enables the University to achieve its instructional, research, and public service goals.

Facts at a Glance

A synopsis of a fact book called Profile of Students (produced by the Office of the Registrar each fall, winter and spring term).

Sponsored Projects Services

The Sponsored Projects Services (SPS) works with the University community -- especially faculty principal investigators (PIs) and department grant administrators (DGAs) but also including UO administrative officials, business managers and affiliated organizations such as the UO Foundation -- to provide services in two main areas:

  1. Proposal Preparation and Clearance --from application materials and budget assistance, to final review, official endorsement, and submission of proposals to funding agencies, public and private for support of research, instruction, and public service projects.
  2.  Grant and Contract Administration --from inception by review and acceptance of awards and account set up, through the award's administration, financial reporting, and final closeout.

UO Foundation Reports

The University of Oregon Foundation is a nonprofit corporation responsible for administering private gifts made to further the University's mission. Although the Foundation is a separate entity from the University, the Foundation's sole reason for existence is to partner with the University and serve in our donors' best interests. We are committed to the highest standards of service and ethical conduct when it comes to managing donor's gifts for the benefit of the University.