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"Eliminate 'top-down' initiatives": UT regents' report sees curtailed role for system administration

The report forecasts a reduction of up to 110 full-time positions within the system administration and a shift to a "service provider" model.

The University of Texas System Board of Regents sits for a special meeting Aug. 4, 2018, in Austin. During the meeting, regents named James Milliken, former chancellor of the City University of New York, as sole finalist for chancellor of the UT System.

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