Office of Planning & Budgeting (OPB)
The University of Washington Office of Planning & Budgeting (OPB) supports the UW community in accomplishing its goals through the planning and allocation of financial and physical resources, and by providing analysis and information services to enhance university decision-making, planning and policy formation. For information about the Capital Budget, please see the Office of the University Architect webpage.
The following presentations were given at the 2017 Legislative Kick-Off (an event that provides critical information in advance of state legislative session, which begins Jan 9):
The 2017 edition of UW Fast Facts is now available. You can find it on the OPB website, under the UW Data tab and in the Quicklinks bar on the left, or you can access it directly at UW Fast Facts.
On Sept 15, OPB submitted the UW's 2017-19 state operating budget request to the Governor's Office of Financial Management. The UW's 11 requests for state operating funds are available at the following link, along with the many mandatory reports that make up a biennial budget submission: 2017-19 Operating Budget Request
Following a comment period for campus stakeholders, the Activity Based Budgeting (ABB) Phase II Committee released a final report with recommendations for improving the ABB model.
The report was sent to the Provost in July, and any changes to the ABB model will be announced in the fall and take effect in FY18.
Click here for more information on ABB and the Phase II Committee.
OPB's new peer finance dashboards use data publicly available through IPEDS to allow users to compare the UW to peer institutions on a range of finance measures, including revenue by source, expenditure by type, and endowment value.
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