The university invites comments on revised policy BFB-BUS-43 Purchases of Goods and Services; Supply Chain Management, which was changed to:
1) update the terminology relating to Procurement/Supply Chain Manager to Procurement/Supply Chain Director;
2) update the definitions relating to formal competitive bidding from issued publicly by UC to issued publicly by Campus Procurement or qualified entity (e.g. GPO);
3) update the definitions relating to informal competitive quotation by removing submitted in accordance with solicitation from the Procurement/Supply Chain Manager, Commodity Manager or Buyer;
4) update the definitions relating to Small Business Officer to include biannual federal e-SRS...
- Author: Pamela Kan-Rice
The University seeks comments from employees on four presidential policies that have been revised.
Employee Comment: Protection of Administrative Records Containing Personally Identifiable Information
The University invites comments on the Draft Revised Presidential Policy BFB-RMP-7, Protection of Administrative Records Containing Personally Identifiable Information, as described below:
The policy is proposed to be revised. The revised policy includes the following key issues:
- Combines and updates BFB-RMP-7, Privacy of and Access to Information Responsibilities; BFB-RMP-11, Student Applicant Records; and BFB-RMP-12, Guidelines for Assuring Privacy of...
A revised version of UC policy APM – 015 (The Faculty Code of Conduct) and APM - 016 (University Policy on Faculty Conduct and the Administration of Discipline) will become effective on July 1, 2017. Changes in policy include improving prevention of and response to sexual violence and sexual harassment. Academics should read the revised policy sections posted at http://www.ucop.edu/academic-personnel-programs/academic-personnel-policy/policy-issuances-and-guidelines/revised-apm-015-and-016.html.
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The University of California is proposing revisions to Staff Policy 3 – Types of Appointment, which applies to staff employees in the Professional & Support Staff and Managers & Senior Professionals personnel groups and to Senior Management Group members.
The policy has undergone full review and a systemwide workgroup with representatives from UC Davis, UC San Francisco, UC San Diego, UC Santa Barbara and the Office of the President was formed to propose revisions to clarify the various types of appointments at the University. The proposed policy revisions will combine PPSM 3 with PPSM 24 (Per Diem Positions) and PPSM 61 (Release During the Probationary Period or from Limited Casual/Restricted, and Floater...
- Author: Michael L. Poe
Proposed Revisions to Staff Policy 60 - Layoff and Reduction in Time from Professional and Support Staff Career Positions
UC is proposing to revise the system-wide layoff policy for staff employees. As with all such policy revisions, UC invites employees to comment on the proposed changes.
The main focus of the revised policy is to clarify that performance is one of several key factors to be considered when deciding employee layoffs and/or reductions in time. The previous version of the policy took employee performance and skills into account under certain circumstances, but it emphasized seniority as the dominant factor in layoff...