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    Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact Menu About Procedural Guidelines Policy Sources Search Policies Policy Index Contact 5 30 22 Payment of Membership Dues 23 10 12 1 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary The University can pay institutional memberships and dues only if they are in the name of the University or if the membership is transferable if in the name of the employee Memberships in the name of individual persons which are not transferable cannot be paid or reimbursed Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Unknown Responsible Office s Office of Disbursements 400A Sparks Hall 3 3040 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 Office of Disbursements 400A Sparks Hall 404 413 3040 Full Policy Text The University can pay institutional memberships and dues only if they are in the name of the University or if the membership is transferable if in the name of the employee Memberships in the name of individual persons which are not transferable cannot be paid or reimbursed An invoice for an institutional membership or dues must be accompanied by a Request For Payment of Non

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    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 Remote access to information technology resources switches printers routers computers etc and to sensitive or confidential information social security numbers credit card numbers bank account numbers etc are only permitted only through secure authenticated and centrally managed access methods Authorized users of Georgia State University s computer systems networks or data repositories are only permitted to remotely access these systems networks or data repositories for the conduct of university related business Rationale or Purpose Increases in non traditional teaching methods and the increased mobility of faculty and students have made remote access to centralized university assets increasingly important Opening uncontrolled or unsecured paths into any element of the university network or internal computer systems presents additional risk to the entire university infrastructure Establishing policy centrally and issuing standards from a central authority allows a minimum number of penetrations of the security of the network while still allowing flexibility in the actual remote connection technology used Policy History Remote Access Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Standards A virtual private network VPN connection must be established during the off site remote access of university information technology resources switches printers routers computers etc Departmental hosts may provide dial up modem service ONLY IF that service is limited exclusively to university members and the host prevents connection to the GSU network for those dial in users The Information Security Department will be contacted when the use of a VPN is not viable when additional controls are required or for pass list requests Remote Access to Sensitive Information Systems that contain sensitive

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    wireless technology to connect to those systems networks or data repositories for the conduct of university related business only through authenticated and centrally managed access methods Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Provost 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 Authorized users of Georgia State University computer systems networks and data repositories may be permitted to use wireless technology to connect to those systems networks or data repositories for the conduct of university related business only through authenticated and centrally managed access methods Rationale or Purpose Increase in the availability of wireless technology and the ease of deployment has significantly increased the potential for unauthorized access to university information systems Deployment of the Student Wireless system established a framework for authenticated access across the campus Establishing policy centrally and configuration and management of access points by a central authority allow a minimum number of penetrations of the security of the network Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Access Method All access through wireless access points connected to the university network infrastructure regardless of duration will be by Virtual Private Network VPN tunnel or Wireless Gateway and authentication using Novell userid and password Mobile access points will be permitted to operate only from network ports configured by Information Systems and Technology IS T for this purpose Existing local procedures for access must comply no later than June 30 2004 Configuration Installation and Management All fixed wireless access points connecting to the university network infrastructure will be configured installed and managed by IS

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    Who Are You Prospective Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid 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 27 Purchase Orders 1 00 15 1 Printable Version By Unknown Policy Summary Purchase Orders are issued by the Purchasing Department No other University Department is authorized to issue official University Purchase Orders 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 Purchase Orders are issued by the Purchasing Department No other University Department is authorized to issue official University Purchase Orders Rationale or Purpose None provided Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Department should not forward Requisition Numbers to vendors nor should they forward Purchase Orders that the Spectrum system has assigned to any vendor The placing

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    Contact 7 20 10 Security Review Printable Version By Administrative Council Policy Summary Where appropriate information security personnel will conduct risk assessments of technologies processes that are being evaluated and or used at Georgia State University 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 Where appropriate information security personnel will conduct risk assessments of technologies processes that are being evaluated and or used at Georgia State University The purpose of these assessments is to quantify the impact and probability of potential threats and vulnerabilities Furthermore information security personnel may recommend which security controls if any are commensurate with the risks to which the university would be exposed Rationale or Purpose Managing the security risks associated with Georgia State University s ever changing information technology infrastructure presents an enormous challenge Although some risks can be assessed and managed locally there are many that cannot be easily understood and or controlled In these situations information security personnel should perform security reviews to determine the threats the likelihood of such events taking place the estimated impact if they were to occur and recommend controls Policy History None Cross References None Appendix None Additional Information Standards Threats Things that can go wrong or that can attack the system Examples might include fire system failure or hacking Threats are present in every system Vulnerabilities These make a system more prone to attack by a threat or make an attack more likely to have some success or impact For example a hacking vulnerability would

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    Senate Policy Summary All University System of Georgia institutions follow a semester schedule with the starting and end dates set by the system Chief Academic Officer Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Policy Manual Responsible Office s Academic Deans and Department Chairs see individual colleges Office of the Registrar 2nd floor Sparks Hall 3 2275 Responsible Executive s Provost Background None Committee Members None Contacts Position Title Campus Location Phone Number and or E mail Address Office of the Registrar 2nd Floor Alumni Hall 404 413 2275 Full Policy Text Fall Semesters Regular Session First day of class the 3rd Monday in August The first day of class can be as early as August 15 and as late as August 21 The first day of class is also the 1st Mon of the Fall Semester Labor Day Holiday Labor Day Mid point October 15th If this date should fall on a Saturday or Sunday the midpoint for the semester will be the following Monday Thanksgiving break From Tues before Thanksgiving thru Sat after Thanksgiving Last day of class The 16th Fri Finals The 16th Sat to the 17th Fri Minimester I Session First day of class The 1st Mon Labor Day holiday Labor Day Last day of class The 8th Wed Final Exams The 8th Thur to the 8th Fri during class time Minimester II Session First day of class The 9th Mon Extra Tues class The 11th Fri Thanksgiving break From Tues before Thanksgiving to Sat after Thanksgiving Last day of class The 16th Fri Note The clock for Fall Sat only minimester II courses will be adjusted to have the required minutes in six meetings Final exams The 16th Sat to the 17th Fri Rationale or Purpose As part of a project to simplify and coordinate

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    Student Parents Faculty Alumni Financial Aid 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 10 08 Endowment Funds Spending 21 00 10 6 Printable Version By Board of Regents Policy Summary The Endowment investments will be managed by the University The University may contract with investment managers to maximize earnings and to benefit from pooled investment opportunities Administration of Policy Mandating Authority Board of Regents Business Procedures Manual Responsible Office s Comptroller s Office 400B Sparks Hall 3 3070 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 Comptroller 400B Sparks Hall 404 413 3070 Full Policy Text The objective of the endowment spending policy is to provide a steady growing income stream to support University programs while providing sufficient reinvestment to protect the endowment from inflation Endowment spending will be set at 5 of the three year moving average of the market value of the endowment fund Rationale or

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    eligible appointment more than six successive times i e for a maximum of seven or longer in the case of a family life event delay academic or fiscal years of service regardless of faculty rank or ranks held during the years of tenure eligible service While holding a tenure eligible appointment at Georgia State University a faculty member may request a one year delay of the tenure clock such that tenure status reviews will take place one year later than would have occurred without such a delay Such a delay or connected set of delays will be granted up to twice during the faculty member s tenure eligible appointment period for a qualified family or life event if certain eligibility requirements are met as described in the paragraph that follows A faculty member granted such a delay shall not be subject to additional professional development or service requirements above and beyond those normally required in order to qualify for retention or tenure If both spouses hold tenure eligible appointments at the University and are otherwise eligible then both shall be granted a delay upon request Eligibility requirements for receiving a delay include 1 providing a written notice to the department head as early as possible and in no case later than one year subsequent to the date the family life event and 2 taking a leave of absence for at least 2 weeks i e 10 business days during which accrued leave may be used In order to be eligible for a delay of the tenure status reviews the family or life event must have occurred no later than the summer or semester immediately prior to the semester in which the scheduled department level review is to take place The request for a delay of a given review must be submitted prior to departmental consideration of the candidate under review Rationale or Purpose Currently tenure may be awarded upon completion of a probationary period of at least five years of full time service at the rank of assistant professor or higher At present there is no policy at Georgia State University permitting extension of this probationary period i e stoppage of the tenure clock for tenure track faculty who experience significant life events such as birth adoption fostering of a child significant disability or prolonged illness of the employee his or her spouse or partner or other immediate family member Although a policy 307 06 Limitation on Length of Tenure Eligible Service was approved by the University Senate in 1999 it subsequently was not approved by the Board of Regents BOR since the language in the GSU policy contained no provision requiring faculty to take a leave of absence in order to be considered for extension of the probationary period i e stoppage of tenure clock Current Board of Regent s policy permits extension of the probationary period in all cases in which a leave of absence approved by the President is based on birth or adoption of a child

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