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This department reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and Budget.

The Budget Planning and Analysis Office supports the University in informed decision making through financial analysis, budget planning, execution and control. It serves as a liaison between campus, University leadership and external financial organizations such as The University of North Carolina System, North Carolina Office of State Budget and Management and the North Carolina General Assembly Fiscal Research Division. This office performs all ongoing functional responsibilities including budget oversight and reporting on state funds in compliance with all state regulations and requirements.

Our Responsibilities

  • Budget oversight for state funds (receipts and appropriations) of more than $1 billion in three state budget codes including Academic Affairs, Health Affairs and AHEC.
  • Formula allocation and budget oversight for facilities and administrative costs of approximately $180 million.
  • Contact point for campus finance leadership and University leadership, as well as OSBM and the UNC System Office for University-wide budget and fiscal research analysis and questions.
  • Position control oversight including processing over 50,000 personnel budget actions in support of campus-wide staffing.

Policies and Procedures

UNC Budget Partners



McGregor Bell
Director, Budget, Planning and Analysis
104 Airport Drive, Suite 3700
Campus Box 1250

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University on Track to Balance Budget by June 2022

March 19, 2021

University administrators answered the call to address the structural budget shortfall by aligning resources more closely with the academic mission of the University.

Categories: Budget News

Reminder: SAS Replacement with Tableau training this Wednesday

January 25, 2021

This email is a reminder that we will be offering a web training for staff members who have access to the Procurement Low Dollar Spend Dashboard within Carolina Analytics Portal from 1-2 p.m. this Wednesday, January 27.

Categories: Budget News, Reports News