Office of the Chief Financial Officer

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is responsible for developing and overseeing the budget process, financial planning, analysis and reporting, finance, treasury and accounting operations and procurement for the University of Florida.

Vice President and CFO Michael V. McKee

Our Mission

To provide leadership in financial planning, decision-making and process improvement

Our Vision

To establish a standard of partnership, innovation, value-added resource maximization, and financial expertise such that:

We are consulted early and work in an integrated, high-trust way with colleges and departments to continuously improve processes and make great financial decisions.

We are providing easy-to-use innovative tools and resources for campus’ financial transactions and decision-making.

A campus-wide resource

Our office is focused on developing initiatives to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of administrative processes and to support and promote the strategic goals and initiatives of the university.

To help departments and units achieve these goals we strive to:

Provide comprehensive, effective “business partnering” in all financial responsibilities

Provide assistance and leadership for all financial professionals at UF and establish a collaboration with those professionals to further their continued professional development

Be a thought leader in representing UF in the higher education industry and at the State and local levels

We welcome your input and are here to help you reach your goals. Contact any of our staff members, found in the staff section of our website, or fill out our CFO Feedback Form if you need any support or have suggestions for improvement.

New & Noteworthy

Registration open for GBAS Fall Institute 2019: Encore! Back by Popular Demand

Registration is now open for the GBAS Fall Institute 2019: Encore! Back by Popular Demand on Nov. 20 in Emerson Alumni Hall.

UF Administrative Memo: Carryforward Expenditure Policy

Recently passed legislation is prompting changes to Board of Governors regulations with respect to university operating budgets. Based on the proposed regulation changes, the university is implementing new restrictions for E&G state appropriations.

UBI Tax Training on Oct. 2

During this training, you will learn how to apply Unrelated Business Income (UBI) guidelines to your departmental sales, identify possible UBI-generating activities and find out how to fill out the new UBI certification form.

Registration is now open for GBAS Fall 2019 Workshop on Sept. 26

Whether you are a team leader, a team member or part of a work group, this workshop will dive deeply into essential elements for great teamwork.

Fraud Awareness Training

Fraud Awareness is a new course intended for anyone with tier 1 or 2 fiscal responsibility. The course will define fraud, discuss the different types and talk about why people commit fraud.

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