According to the report,
In the beginning of June 2013, the Ombuds Office began with a single ombuds providing service to faculty, staff, and postdocs in a shared, temporary location. By fiscal year end, the Ombuds Office had offices on the Davis campus and in the Health System, an administrative assistant, a brochure, an off-site data collection system, a fully functional website, a satisfaction survey (on-line and hard copy), and a constituency expanded to include students.A survey of constituents found, "97% of the visitors to the Ombuds Office saw enough value in their experience to say they would refer others to the Office for services." (UC Davis 2015-16 Report.)
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