Sub-series F-200-1-6 - Vice-President, Administrative Services

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Vice-President, Administrative Services

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F-200-1-6

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  • 1984 - 1993 (Creation)

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66 cm of textual records
20 photographs

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Sub-series consists of records relating to the Vice-President, Academic's interactions with the head of Administrative Services and with university departments during the periods in which they reported to Administrative Services. The series coincides with the tenure of William DeVries, first as Executive Director, Administration (1985-1990), then Vice-President, Administrative Services (1990-1993). Activities and topics documented include administrative organization of the Administrative Services portfolio; policy development and implementation, including employment equity and harassment policies; maintenance and renovation of campus buildings, construction projects, and mail and telephone services; daycare, health services, international programs, athletics, and residences; matters relating to international students, disabled students, and the Simon Fraser Student Society; and negotiations and consultations with unions representing non-faculty employees on campus, including the Administrative and Professional Staff Association (APSA), the Association of University and College Employees (AUCE), the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU), and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). Records include correspondence, reports, policies, meeting minutes, agreements, budget proposals and estimates, brochures and newsletters.

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Note that as departments moved into and out of the reporting portfolio of the VP Administration, correspondence between the VP Academic and those department was shifted accordingly in the file classification plan. As a result, records relating to individual departments may be dispersed through time over several different archival series. See Appendix A, Access Points Index to cross-reference archival series by department name.

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For others records in this fonds relating to the VP Academic's correspondence with the predecessor- and successor-bodies of the VP Administrative Services, see:

F-200-4-1, Vice-President, Administration (1970-1985).
F-200-1-7-1, Vice-President, Financial Services - general (1985-1999; see especially the period after 1993).

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No further accruals to the sub-series or any of its sub-sub-series are expected.

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Full

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