The Division of Business and Finance enables campuses to fulfill the educational mission of the California State University by providing effective and prudent support for budget and fiscal management, capital planning, information technology, public safety, risk management, and other administrative services.
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Steve Relyea began his appointment as Executive Vice Chancellor & Chief Financial Officer, for the California State University, on April 30, 2014. His responsibilities at the Office of the Chancellor include the development and management of the CSU’s $6 billion budget. Relyea oversees the allocation of fiscal resources and the management of fiscal accountability, including financial reporting, treasury, debt, investments, risk management, public safety, and oversight of university auxiliary enterprises. He oversees the capital planning, design and construction and the information technology initiatives of the university system.
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The Systemwide Budget Office guides the university’s annual budgetary process and conducts strategic financial planning that shapes the university.
CPDC oversees the construction and operations of buildings and other facilities on the CSU’s campuses.
CS&P operates as the chief procurement office for the CSU system and the Chancellor’s Office.
Financial Services provides financial guidance and support to the 23 campuses and the Chancellor’s Office in the CSU system.
Financing & Treasury provides leadership in debt, cash management and investments.
This team works to minimize the impact of risk on students, employees, visitors and CSU resources, and plans and manages emergency response for the system.
ITS provides systemwide technology services for our 23 campuses enabling efficient, effective support of CSU students, faculty and staff.