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Keydate: 2010-12-08
Policy Name: Fiscal Misconduct
Policy Code: CHA.IA.100.028
Status: Approved and Activated
Administrative Division: CHANCELLOR
Responsible Office: CHANCELLOR
Effective Date: 12/08/2010
Last Changed by: HUNTER, PEGGY MCCOY on 04/27/2015
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
The purpose of this policy is to show the application of any fiscal misconduct
or suspected fiscal misconduct, involving not only employees, but also
students and individuals or entities doing business with the University.


Keydate: 2008-02-20
Policy Name: Fiscal Misconduct
Policy Code: CHA.IA.100.028
Status: Approved and Activated
Administrative Division: CHANCELLOR
Responsible Office: CHANCELLOR
Effective Date: 02/20/2008
Last Changed by: HUNTER, PEGGY MCCOY on 11/16/2009
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
The purpose of this policy is to show the application of any fiscal misconduct
or suspected fiscal misconduct, involving not only employees, but also
students and individuals or entities doing business with the University.


Keydate: 2006-02-21
Policy Name: Fiscal Misconduct Policy
Policy Code: CHA.IA.100.028
Status: Approved and Activated
Administrative Division: CHANCELLOR
Responsible Office: CHANCELLOR
Effective Date: 02/21/2006
Last Changed by: CLARK, W ROLAND on 09/27/2006
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
The purpose of this policy is to show the application of any fiscal misconduct
or suspected fiscal misconduct, involving not only employees, but also
students and individuals or entities doing business with the University.


Keydate: 2005-01-01
Policy Name: Fiscal Misconduct Policy
Policy Code: CHA.IA.100.028
Status: Approved and Activated
Administrative Division: CHANCELLOR
Responsible Office: CHANCELLOR
Effective Date: 09/22/2005
Last Changed by: MULLINS JR, ANDREW P on 08/11/2005
Policy Narrative: PDF File

Policy Summary/Purpose:
The purpose of this policy is to show the application of any fiscal misconduct
or suspected fiscal misconduct, involving not only employees, but also
students and individuals or entities doing business with the University.