Internal Audit by the University Auditor

At the Regents' May 2006 meeting, the University Auditor will present the findings and recommendations from UC's internal audit of compensation for the employees in the university's Senior Management Group not already reviewed by PricewaterhouseCoopers in its audit. This audit will cover a three-year period and also sample travel and entertainment expenses.

Report on Systemwide Audit of Senior Management Group Compensation, May 2006

State Audit on UC Compensation

The Bureau of State Audits released its audit of UC's compensation practices, which focuses on 100 campus and Office of the President faculty and administrative positions, on May 2, 2006.

Summary of BSA audit

Full report of BSA audit

Statement by Regents' Chairman Gerald L. Parsky

Statement by President Robert C. Dynes

PricewaterhouseCoopers Audit

PricewaterhouseCoopers presented the findings of its independent audit of compensation and employment arrangements of selected UC employees on April 24, 2006. This audit focused on the university's top 32 management positions over a 10-year period, encompassing more than 60 current and former UC employees.

Analysis of Travel and Entertainment Expenses and Other Payments, May 2006

Exceptions to University Policies or Standard Practices Not Approved by the Regents (Attachment 3 Annotated), May 2006

Report of Independent Accountants

Findings and Observations

PowerPoint Presentation to UC Regents, April 24, 2006

Statement by Regents' Chairman Gerald L. Parsky

Statement by President Robert C. Dynes

Dynes announces first actions to address audit findings, May 1, 2006