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The University of California Office of the President commissioned a report on how to reduce the office’s costs. UCOP provides resources for UC-wide initiatives such as carbon reduction and cyber security efforts. The report follows pressure from state legislators for the office to cut unnecessary expenses. What do you think about this?
The proposals would eliminate unecessary programs and are a praiseworthy attempt by UCOP to streamine its operations.
The proposals merely transfer funding to UC campuses and are a see-through attempt by UCOP to improve its image in the eyes of the state government.
The proposals are harmful as they would cut out 110 jobs at UCOP and eliminate programs that help students.
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