Sub-series F-200-1-7 - Vice-President, Financial Services

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Vice-President, Financial Services

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  • 1985 - 1999 (Creation)

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29 cm of textual records

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Sub-series consists of records relating to the Vice-President, Academic's interactions with the Vice-President, Finance (VP Financial Services after 1988), with university departments during the periods in which they reported to Financial Services, and with unions representing non-faculty staff on campus. The correspondence begins shortly after the appointment of E. Scott to Vice-President, Finance in 1984, and continues with Scott's successors. Activities and topics documented include organization of the Financial Services portfolio; policy development and implementation, including budget, tuition fee, staff study leave and strike policy; payroll, accounting, capital planning; development of the administration information system for payroll and personnel; and joint meetings, consultations, and negotiations between the university and the Administrative and Professional Staff Association (APSA), the Teaching Support Staff Union (TSSU), and the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE). Records include correspondence and reports; budget applications, capital plans, and financial statements; and meeting agendas, minutes and supporting papers.

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Note that as departments moved into and out of the reporting portfolio of the VP Financial Services, correspondence between the VP Academic and those departments 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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Note that the VP Financial Services began to take on some of the functions of the former VP Administrative Services. For other records in this fonds relating to the VP Academic's correspondence predecessor bodies of the VP Financial Services, see:

F-200-4-1, Vice-President, Administration - general (1970-1985).
F-200-1-6-1, Vice-President, Administrative Services (1986-1993).

For other records relating to university finances and budget, see:

F-200-1-3, University matters. Finance (1977-1982).
F-200-11, Financial matters - correspondence (1976-1991).
F-200-2-14, VP Academic. Budget (1991-1996).

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Further accruals to the sub-series and all of its sub-sub-series are expected.

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