Operational planning and follow-up
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In February each year the University must submit a budget submission to the Government for the coming fiscal year. The document contains, among other things, an assessment of the University's financial development and strategic challenges over the next three years, and forms a basis for the Government's budgeting. The University Board decides on the budget submission before it is submitted.
The University-wide operational plan distributes the resources and tasks assigned to the University by the Swedish parliament and the Government.
A new operational plan is produced annually and decided by the University Board. A supplementary operational plan is also produced each autumn and decided by the Vice-Chancellor.
Dialogues with areas of activity
The Vice-Chancellor maintains a dialogue each year with the University’s various areas of activity. These dialogues are both a follow-up of actions taken and a look at future actions. The dialogues with management teams of the disciplinary domains take place twice per year, and once a year with the University Administration, University Library, UU Innovation, Innovation Partnership Office, Uppsala Students’ Unions and doctoral board of Uppsala University.
Activities are followed up in various ways at a University-wide level:
- Annual report
- Follow-up report
- Follow-up and forecast
- Bibliometric report
All public authorities covered by the Ordinance on Internal Management and Control (2007:603) must have a process for applying the framework. The aim is to ensure that the University is executing its assignemnts, achieving operational targets and fulfilling the Government Agencies and Institutes Ordinance. The annual internal management and control process involves producing risk analyses to identify and manage the most crucial risk areas at the University.
Internal Audit reviews and submits proposals for improving the internal management and control process.
Other evaluations, analyses and documentation
Additional reports are also produced, including to obtain a picture of how the University is achieving established goals relating to education and research.