The responsibility for accomplishing capital improvements for projects has been delegated by the Board of Regents to the University administration.
- University Business Manager. The University has assigned responsibility for coordinating the preparation of the University Business Docket including the Register of Capital Improvement Business Transactions to the University Business Manager. Based on the monetary thresholds set forth and established in the Board of Regents Policy Manual 2.3, the University has further assigned the University Business Manager responsibility for approving all capital contractual documents as well as responsibility for recommending and coordinating documents reserved for approval by the Executive Director of the Board of Regents.
- Campus Planning and Development. The University has assigned to Campus Planning and Development the responsibility for advancing the campus Master Plan. The planning responsibility associated with a capital project is either shared or further delegated in certain units or services of specialization including University of Iowa Hospital & Clinics, Utility Systems, Parking Systems and institutional roads.
- Facilities Management Design and Construction. The University has assigned to Facilities Management Design and Construction the responsibility for managing capital projects from design to completion including specific planning for project development. The planning responsibility is either shared or further delegated in certain units or services of specialization including University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics, Utility Systems, Parking System, and institutional roads. The University Campus Planning Committee reviews, considers and advises the University administration on capital improvement activity that has an impact on the campus.
- Campus Planning Committee. The Campus Planning Committee reviews, considers and advises the Campus Development Team on capital improvement activity that has an impact on the campus.
- Controller's Office. The Controller's Office is responsible for the capitalization, componentization, and depreciation of capital projects and for determining funding sources and monitoring applicable bond reporting compliance.