A. To serve as a liaison between the individual campus staff councils, University leadership and the President of the University of Colorado and the Board of Regents.
B. To act as the inter-campus coordinator for any proposed action by individual campus staff councils that may have University-wide implications.
C. To provide a means of exchange relative to issues of mutual concern among staff, faculty and administration of the University.
D. To consider and recommend methods and means by which conditions of employment may be improved and operating efficiency increased.
E. To respond to matters of concern presented by the President and the Board of Regents of the University of Colorado.
F. To keep informed of legislative actions that directly concern the staff of the University of Colorado and to propose actions and/or make recommendations when appropriate.
G. To communicate and represent the principles, attitudes, and activities of the staff to administration, the faculty and the public.