The Compliance, Training Programs, and Real Estate Coordination Services Office is responsible for coordinating and managing external audits, sponsor desk reviews, and on-site visits.
A department or principal investigator that receives a sponsor request to conduct a desk or on-site review should immediately contact Barb Hayes. Barb will assist departments in responding to a sponsor’s request in compliance with University policies and procedures.
Real Estate Coordination Services (RECS) handles the leasing and licensing of external space for University programs.
RECS provides support and guidance to University schools, colleges, and programs for external leasing needs and serves as a liaison between the programs and the State's contracted real estate brokers.
RECS is under the supervision of the Associate Vice Chancellor of Financial Services. RECS follows University policies and procedures and provides oversight for state leases and other real estate contracts. This includes approval of all leases, coordination with the State's contracted real estate brokers, and maintaining the inventory of leased property.
For all real estate leases and licenses, your first point of contact should be RECS who will coordinate the process. If requesting space off campus, please complete the External Space Request form and submit.
Main Office: 1380 Lawrence Street, Suite 900, Denver, CO 80204
Mailing Address: PO Box 173364, Camps Box 129, Denver, CO 80217-3364
A Speedtype is an index number that identifies an activity in the general ledger. It refers to a unique combination of fund, org, program, project and subclass, which are collectively known as chartfields (What is a Chartfield?).
Consistent with principles of fund accounting, wherein each activity is tracked separately to demonstrate compliance with various restrictions and purposes, each speedtype is a separate set of self-balancing accounting records having its own balance sheet and income statement. These speedtypes are classified into funds with similar characteristics.
The first digit in a speed-type designates the campus (CU Denver is 6), the second and third digits indicate the fund, and digits four through eight are a sequential number.
For any speedtype questions, contact Zac Gonzales, 303-724-9615.
The University's Internal Service Centers are organizational units that provide specific types of goods or services to other University departments; may incidentally provide the services to individuals or the general public; and are primarily supported by fees charged to the user department’s operating programs/projects. For more information, please see the documents below: