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    Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 07 Disposal of University Equipment 3 00 12 1 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary The Georgia State University GSU Surplus Operations Section is responsible for the redistribution and disposition of university surplus property in accordance with laws and guidelines established by Georgia Department of Administrative Services Surplus Property Section Administration of Policy Mandating Authority O C G A 50 5 141 Responsible Office s Business Services 901 One Park Place 3 3150 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Business Services 901 One Park Place 404 413 3150 Full Policy Text The Georgia State University GSU Surplus Operations Section is responsible for the redistribution and disposition of university surplus property in accordance with laws and guidelines established by Georgia Department of Administrative Services Surplus Property Section Rationale or Purpose None given Policy History None Cross References None Definitions Word Phrase or Acronym Definition Surplus Property Any item that is non consumable and non expendable that is no longer needed by the owning department Appendix None Additional Information This policy does not cover real estate or hazardous materials Hazardous materials are defined as any property regulated by the state and federal Environmental Protection Agencies The Surplus Operations Section is not authorized to handle or dispose of any regulated hazardous materials Hazardous material or property containing such material will not be accepted at the Surplus Warehouse Regardless of the method of acquisition once property title transfers to the university it becomes Georgia State property There is no mechanism with the surplus property law that allows for the transfer of state property out of the state of Georgia The

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    Jobs Giving Campus Life Housing Parking Safety Recreation Counseling Career Services Campus Map Campus Visit Email PAWS GoSOLAR Desire2Learn Calendar About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 06 Disposal of Electronic Equipment 3 00 132 1 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Georgia State University shall manage protect secure and control sensitive electronic information which may be found on surplused computers Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Unknown Responsible Office s Business Services 901 One Park Place 3 3150 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Business Services 901 One Park Place 404 413 3150 Full Policy Text Georgia State University shall manage protect secure and control sensitive electronic information which may be found on surplused computers All employees should be familiar with the Minimum Information Security Environment Policy posted on the Information Systems and Technology web site The following components require all data and programs removed prior to surplus Computers CPU includes desktop laptop server External data storage back up devices PDAs Copiers that have data

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    faculty and staff must be accessible through the university selected e mail applications Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Administrative Council Responsible Office s Information Systems and Technology 13th floor Commerce Building 3 4357 Responsible Executive s AP for Information Systems and Technology Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Information Systems and Technology 13th Floor Commerce Bldg 404 413 4357 Full Policy Text The university s digital communications infrastructure provides the corporate means for rapid dissemination of official information to faculty staff and students Electronic messaging e mail is an enabling application that facilitates the distribution of administrative and instructional information within the campus and to external users In order for this application to perform reliably and cost effectively all students faculty and staff must be accessible through the university selected e mail applications Information Systems and Technology IS T will maintain the centralized directory of e mail addresses Rationale or Purpose The university depends on the availability and responsiveness of an e mail environment for the normal conduct of university business Increasingly due to non traditional methods of instruction the mobile nature of the university community and increased communications between faculty and students reliance on e mail has grown as well This policy recognizes this dependence and institutionalizes e mail as an acceptable means of communicating administrative and instructional information Additionally limitation to university selected applications simplifies support and interoperability issues The policy further recognizes that e mail applications are the vehicle for the transmission of information but that they are not meant to serve as or replace other methods of electronic document storage Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information IS T as the manager of the institutional infrastructure will establish and publish standards for

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    Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 08 Electrical Equipment Purchase 1 00 20 22 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary The prior approval of Facilities must be obtained before the purchase of Electrical Equipment Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Unknown Responsible Office s Business Services 901 One Park Place 3 3150 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title

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    to further the university s academic research and service missions a quality computing environment must be maintained This environment ensures availability and equitable distribution of resources across the campus Limited resources should not be used for purposes that are not directly related to the business of the university nor should they be used in a manner that would violate the personal privacy of faculty staff or students associated with the university Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Standards Appropriate Use Appropriate use of information systems is that which supports the university s objectives of teaching research and extension of knowledge to the public Guidelines for the appropriate use of information systems a Users shall not provide network or computer based services using university information systems without prior written approval and registration b Users shall not use information systems for non university business c Users shall not use information systems to engage in harmful activities such activities include but are not limited to Internet Protocol IP spoofing creating and or propagating viruses port scanning disrupting services damaging files purporting or representing one s self as someone else or intentional destruction of or damage to equipment software or datad d Users shall not impede interfere with impair or otherwise cause harm to other users legitimate use of information systems e Users shall not use information systems in such a way that violates local state or federal laws including copyright laws f Users shall be responsible for ascertaining that the use of information systems complies with all university policies g Users shall not use information systems in such a way that violates the University s contractual obligations including limitations defined in software or other licensing agreements h Users shall not use information systems to transmit communications that are fraudulent defamatory harassing obscene threatening that unlawfully discriminate or that are prohibited by law i Users must comply with the regulations and policies of newsgroups mailing lists and other public forums through which they disseminate their messages and comments j Users shall not perform security scanning probing or monitoring services without appropriate permission University Access to User s Information Privacy University access to a user s information systems includes any access by the university to approach enter or make use of the information stored on the university s information systems To the extent permitted by law the university seeks to preserve an individual s information or data from unsanctioned intrusion Electronic and other technological methods must not be used to infringe upon a user s privacy Guidelines concerning access to user information a The university seeks to preserve individual privacy and does not routinely monitor individual usage however the university may in accordance with state and federal law access and monitor information systems when 1 Users have voluntarily made them accessible to the public 2 It reasonably appears necessary to do so to protect the integrity security or functionality of the university or to protect the university from liability 3 When

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    Policy Index Contact 6 10 56 Social Security Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary Terms conditions requirements reservations benefits privileges and other conditions of Title II of The Social Security Act as amended apply to all officers and employees of the University System except those specifically excluded under the agreements with the Employee Retirement System of Georgia Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Policy Manual Responsible Office s Human Resources 3rd floor One Park Place 3 3308 Responsible Executive s SVP for Finance and Administration Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Human Resources 3rd Floor One Park Place 404 413 3308 Full Policy Text Terms conditions requirements reservations benefits privileges and other conditions of Title II of the Social Security Act as amended shall apply to all officers and employees of the University System except those specifically excluded under the agreements with the Employee s Retirement System of Georgia providing coverages Under agreements between the Employees Retirement System of Georgia and the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia Social Security coverage was extended to the following classes of employees A All employees eligible for the Teachers Retirement System of Georgia B All temporary seasonal or intermittent employees whose work hours constitute a normal full time working period The following employees are not covered by Social Security student assistants graduate assistants laboratory assistants and employees working less than half time Non immigrant aliens may be exempt in accordance with the provisions of their visas There shall be withheld from any salary or compensation due any employee covered by Social Security a percentage of salary wage or compensation required to be withheld by the Act whether computed in cash quarters subsistence or in kind

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    Other Policy Summary Promotes objectivity in University Research by establishing processes that provide a reasonable expectation that the design conduct and reporting of sponsored research are free from bias resulting from financial conflicts of interest of the University employee involved in the research Administration of Policy Mandating Authority URSA Responsible Office s University Research Services and Administration Dalberg Hall 3 3500 Responsible Executive s Kelly Stout Background None Committee Members None Full Policy Text For information on this policy please see http ursa research gsu edu files 2013 04 GSU Policy on Financial Disclosures in Sponsored Projects pdf Rationale or Purpose Georgia State University encourages its faculty and staff to participate in outside activities that serve to benefit the interests of the participants and the University The experience and enhanced national status that such participation affords the University contribute to the richness and diversity of the academic community The University recognizes the benefit of such participation but is also committed to high ethical standards and objectivity in the conduct of University research The University is aware that some individuals conducting research at the University may have financial interests in entities with business interests closely related to their research The term

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    Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 2 10 04 Faculty Membership Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary The faculty will consist of the corps of instruction and the administrative officers Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Policy Manual Responsible Office s Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs 300 Dalberg Hall 3 2575 Responsible Executive s Provost Background None Committee Members None Contacts

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