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 7/1/1998 

Pol 62
  

Daily Facility Use Fees for Non-University Organizations Sponsored by a Campus Department.

 5/5/2017 

Pol 106
  

Visiting Dignitaries. Technical updates were made to this policy include hyperlinking the Request Form, deleting the attachment, and adding language to clarify existing procedures. These changes do not substantailly change the intent or scope of the policy.

 2/1/2011 

Pol 106
  

Visiting Dignitaries. This policy has been updated and revised to clarify that no invitation may be extended to a visiting dignitary until a UCLA Visiting Dignitary Request Form has been submitted and approved.

 6/1/2010 

Pol 106
  

Visiting Dignitaries. This new policy establishes campus protocol for requesting approval to invite a dignitary to UCLA, and the roles of the Chancellor and External Affairs.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 110
  

Use of the University's Names, Seals, and Trademarks. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 10, dated July 1, 1988.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 112
  

Naming of University Facilities and Organizational Units for Individuals. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy superseded UCLA Policy 830.1, dated September 1, 1980.

 5/14/2004 

Requests to Name a Campus Facility in Honor of an Individual. Technical correction under section IV. Procedures. Chancellor submits proposal request to the Executive Committee, not the Academic Affairs Council.

 7/1/1998 

Requests to Name a Campus Facility in Honor of an Individual. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 830.1, dated September 1, 1980.

 8/21/2013 

Pol 113
  

Memorial and Honorific Objects. This new policy establishes the criteria, authority, and procedures for submitting and approving proposals of memorial and honorific objects to be placed on campus.

 11/21/2008 

Pol 115
  

Display of Flags. Policy updated and vandalism added to acts against the flag that will be investigated by UC Police Department.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 115
  

Display of Flags. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 30, dated July 1, 1991.

 11/21/2008 

Lowering of University Flag to Half-Mast (Upon Death of Employee or Elected Student Official). Procedures updated and clarified regarding date(s) of flag-lowering, and use of the Death Notice form by the Chancellor's Office to convey infromation to all appropriate campus entities.

 7/1/1998 

Lowering of University Flag to Half-Mast (Upon Death of Employee or Elected Student Official). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 30.1, dated July 1, 1991.

 2/26/2010 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated.

 11/7/2006 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated.

 11/30/2005 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated

 12/17/2004 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated.

 10/28/2003 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated.

 6/23/2003 

Pol 120
  

Legal Processes - Summonses and Complaints, and Subpoenas. Attachment A "List of Legal Coordinators" has been updated.

 5/9/2012 

Producing Records Under Subpoena Duces Tecum and Deposition Subpoenas. Technical updates have been made to reflect organizational changes; substantively, the procedure remains the same.

 7/21/2011 

Producing Records Under Subpoena Duces Tecum and Deposition Subpoenas. In Attachment A, the fax number for the Director - Records Management & Information Practices has been updated.

 4/9/2009 

Producing Records Under Subpoena Duces Tecum and Deposition Subpoenas. The definition of Witness Fees has been modified: instead of citing specific dollar amounts, individuals are now advised to contact Records Management to find out what the current fee levels are.

 4/23/1999 

Producing Records Under Subpoena Duces Tecum and Deposition Subpoenas. Revised procedures for processing requests and producing records by responsible officers from Records Management. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 20.1, dated September 1, 1977.

 5/2/2005 

Pol 125
  

Offer of Monetary Rewards in Criminal Investigations. This revised policy clarifies that a monetary reward may be offered only when circumstances indicate that it would be effective in the successful prosecution of a criminal investigation. The Issuing Officer has been changed to the Vice Chancellor, Business & Administrative Services.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 125
  

Offer of Monetary Rewards in Criminal Investigations. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 25, dated January 1, 1987.

 7/1/1998 

Miscellaneous Property Insurance: Securing Coverage and Submitting Claims. The subject matter covered in this rescinded procedure is now contained in UCLA Procedure 300.2.

 1/4/2016 

Pol 131
  

Weapons on University Property. This policy was revised to include "generally prohibited weapons" as defined in the California Penal Code to the list of items not to bring to campus. Additional changes include: locations that are covered by this policy; departmental and individual responsibilities; form used for exemptions and statutory references.

 6/7/2007 

Pol 131
  

Weapons on University Property. This new policy is intended to incorporate the legislative weapons prohibitions and principles of the related UC implementing guidelines in the context of the UCLA campus, and to extend the prohibition to include fireworks.

 11/1/2015 

Pol 132
  

Workplace Violence Prevention. This policy has been revised to reiterate that UCLA maintaines a zero tolerance for workplace violence and to update the procedures to report incidents of workplace violence.

 2/5/2007 

Pol 135
  

Pets on Campus. Reference to the State of California Penal Code, Section 597.7 added under Policy Section III.A.1. to reflect recently-enacted legislation.

 8/18/2003 

Pol 135
  

Pets on Campus. This new policy clarifies under what conditions dogs or other pets may be allowed on campus property and in campus facilities.

 8/4/2014 

Pol 136
  

Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect. This policy implements the UC Policy on Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect by establishing internal reporting requirements for UCLA Mandated Reporters and the process for identifying UCLA Mandated Reporters in order to comply with the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act.

 3/7/2011 

Pol 140
  

UCLA Awards and Honors. This revised policy describes the award nomination, selection, and approval process for the UCLA Medal and the Fiat Lux Award.

 10/28/2004 

Pol 140
  

UCLA Awards and Honors. This revised policy specifies that current state and local elected officials may not be awarded the UCLA Medal, in addition to those officials and persons already listed. The Issuing Officer has been changed from the Executive Vice Chancellor to the Vice Chancellor, External Affairs.

 3/1/2001 

Pol 140
  

UCLA Awards and Honors. This revised policy more clearly sets forth a basic policy statement, criteria for receiving the Medal, and procedures for nominating potential recipients of the Medal. The new Responsible Department is the Office of Special Events & Protocol. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 140, dated July 1, 1998.

 8/9/2002 

Pol 150
  

Conflict of Interest. This revised policy facilitates the dissemination of the revised Compendium of Specialized University Policies, Guidelines, and Regulations Related to Conflict of Interest (Business and Finance Bulletin G-39). This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 660, dated July 1, 1998.

 5/1/1999 

Pol 160
  

Faculty, Staff, or Student Death Response and Reporting. New policy establishes certain responsibilities concerning notifications that need to be made to various campus administrators and service departments in the event of a faculty, staff, or student death. Created to provide overarching policy statement to existing Employee Death Reporting and new Stud

 6/21/1999 

Employee Death Reporting. Revised procedures for the timely reporting of a University employee's death to responsible campus officials who, in turn, respond with proper notifications and actions. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 670.1, dated November 1, 1981.

 7/1/1998 

Student Death Response and Reporting. New procedures establishes an ad hoc team to ensure proper administrative responses are made by University staff in the event of a student death. Written to specifically address student death response and reporting responsibilities by campus administrators and to complement the existing Employee Dea

 9/20/2004 

Pol 190
  

UCLA Support Groups. This policy has been superseded effective 9/20/2004 by the University of California Administrative Guidelines for Support Groups.

 5/1/1999 

Pol 190
  

UCLA Support Groups. Revised policy sets forth standards for the recognition and administration of UCLA Support Groups.

 3/5/2010 

Pol 191
  

Mass Gift and Membership Solicitations. The one-time gift fee fate for recovery of operating costs from private gifts identified in Attachment C has been updated to 6.5%.

 1/20/2006 

Pol 191
  

Mass Gift and Membership Solicitations. This revised policy updates selected definitions and the Sample Gift and Membership Solicitation Remittance Card (Attachment D).

 11/16/2004 

Pol 191
  

Mass Gift and Membership Solicitations. This new policy defines the mass solicitation process at UCLA and describes the basic steps for generating remittance devices, including required and suggested elements.

 5/4/2006 

Pol 192
  

Soliciting, Accepting, and Returning Gifts. This new policy defines "gifts" made to the University or to The UCLA Foundation and desribes the various types and levels of authority that UCLA officials have in the solicitation, acceptance, and return of gifts.

 7/27/2007 

Pol 193
  

Allocation and Reallocation of Gifts. This revised policy reflects changes to the maximum dollar limit of gifts to UCLA or The Foundation that may be allocated or reallocated by certain campus officials, in accordance with UC DA 2169, Allocation and Reallocation of Gifts and the accompanying Administrative Guidelines.

 5/4/2006 

Pol 193
  

Allocation and Reallocation of Gifts. This new policy complies with the provisions of the delegation of authority for the allocation and reallocation of gifts and promulgates local allocation instructions for UCLA officials.

 3/23/2015 

Student Debt Grievances. Timelines for hearings have been updated to be consistent with those in the student conduct hearing process; the Chancellor has been replaced with the Vice Chancellor - Student Affairs as the decision point for appeals; content has been reorganized and reformatted.

 9/25/2012 

Student Debt Grievances. This procedure has been revised primarily to clarify current practices for debts collected by Housing Services.

 1/14/2010 

Student Debt Grievances. This revised procedure includes updates to the designated Collection Stations and sets out procedures for student debts related to housing contracts and rental agreements.

 7/1/1998 

Student Debt Grievances. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 210.1, dated June 1, 1979

 7/25/2011 

Pol 220
  

Disclosure of Information from Student Records. This policy has been updated or revised to conform with requirememts set forth in the rgulations implementing FERPA and latest UC policies.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 220
  

Disclosure of Information from Student Records. Revised policy provides UCLA interpretation of Federal regulations governing the disclosure of information from students’ records. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 220, dated February 1, 1981.

 2/9/2012 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of FERPA or University Policies on Privacy Rights Applying to Disclosure or Content of Student Records. Section III.B.2. has been corrected: the response to the student will indicate that "the requested remedy is being granted, or explaining why such action has not been taken."

 1/1/2011 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of FERPA or University Policies on Privacy Rights Applying to Disclosure or Content of Student Records. This procedure has been revised to clarify the steps that should be taken to resolve complaints expeditiously and before any formal grievance is filed. Also, authority to render a decision rests with the VC, Student Affairs. Appeals go to the Chancellor.

 7/1/1998 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of FERPA or University Policies on Privacy Rights Applying to Disclosure or Content of Student Records. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 220.1, dated February 1, 1981.

 1/1/2011 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination. This procedure has been revised to clarify the steps that should be taken to resolve complaints expeditiously, before a formal grievance is filed. Also, authority to render a decision rests with the Vice Chancellor - Student Affairs. Appeals go to the Chancellor.

 7/1/1998 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination. Revised procedures for student filing of formal grievance and steps taken to bring about a resolution. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 230.1, dated December 1, 1978.

 1/24/2017 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination on Basis of Disability. A technical change was made to correct an error regarding the timeline. Hearings will be completed within 60 days of the issuance of the investigation report, not all hearings and appeals.

 12/12/2016 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination on Basis of Disability. The guidance document, Attachment B, was completed

 9/26/2016 

Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination on Basis of Disability. This new procedure supersedes sections of UCLA Procedure 230.1 related to disability grievances only. The purpose of this procedure is to enable the resolution of student grievances alleging violations of law or University policy against harassment or discrimination on the basis of disability.

 2/3/2017 

Pol 240
  

Investigating Allegations of Student Conduct that Negatively Impacts Campus Climate. This new policy establishes the process for determining when the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Equity, Diversity & Inclusion shall investigate an alleged act, incident, or behavior attributable to a student or group of students that could negatively impact UCLA’s campus climate or matters of equity, diversity, or inclusion.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 300
  

University Insurance and Risk Management. Revised description of University’s risk management approach, coverages. This poliy supersedes UCLA Policy 130, dated May 1, 1979.

 4/30/2004 

General, Auto and Employment Practices Liability Insurance, Claims and Lawsuits. Minor revisions and updates to this procedure include the coverage of employee practices wrongful acts under this insurance program and streamlined handling of claims procedures.

 7/1/1998 

General, Auto and Employment Practices Liability Insurance, Claims and Lawsuits. Revised description of University’s General and Auto Liability Insurance Program including filing and handling claims and lawsuits. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 300.1, dated July 1, 1998.

 7/1/1998 

University Property Insurance, Securing Coverage and Reporting Claims. Revised description of coverage under the University’s Self-Insurance Program and procedures for filing claims. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 130.2, dated May 1, 1979.

 7/1/1998 

University Owned or Leased Motor Vehicles: Physical Damage Insurance, Coverage, Accident Reporting, and Claims Procedures. Revised description of coverages and procedures for reporting accidents and recovering costs for loss or damage to University vehicles. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 130.4, dated May 1, 1979.

 7/1/1998 

Fine Arts and Collections Insurance. Revised description of coverage and eligible art works, procedures for securing coverage and for filing claims for loss or damage. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 130.5, dated May 1, 1979.

 7/1/1998 

Transit Insurance, Securing Coverage and Reporting Claims. Revised description of coverage and procedures for securing coverage and submitting claims for loss or damage. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 130.6, dated May 1, 1979.

 4/27/1999 

Pol 303
  

Professional Medical Malpractice and Liability Coverage. Establishes new policies and procedures by which the UCLA School of Medicine, the UCLA Medical Centers, and the UCLA Medical Group will extend coverage to certain faculty members and other eligible health care professionals.

 1/1/1999 

Medical Malpractice Suit Settlement. Revised procedures for seeking settlement of medical malpractice lawsuits in consideration of rising costs of such litigation to the University. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 1010.1, dated November 30, 1977.

 7/10/2006 

Pol 305
  

Workers' Compensation Rate Additive Program. This revised policy includes an updated listing of the members of the Rate Additive Committee and specifies that the Vice Chancellor for Business & Administrative Services shall be the final approver for all funding proposals.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 305
  

Workers' Compensation Rate Additive Program. Revised description of program and the criteria by which requests for funding are evaluated by the Rate Additive Committee. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 131.1, dated April 1, 1986.

 7/10/2006 

Workers' Compensation Rate Additive Program Funding Guidelines. Revised procedure reflects changes to Policy 305 and describes the roles of OIRM and EH&S in reviewing proposals for funding Loss Control and Loss Prevention programs, respectively.

 7/1/1998 

Workers' Compensation Rate Additive Program Funding Guidelines. Revised procedures for developing funding proposals for new and continuing programs. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 131.1, dated April 1, 1986.

 12/10/2009 

Pol 310
  

UCLA Mail Services. A technical correction has been made to this policy to remove all references to "any foreign postal service". The purchase of such service is no longer processed through Mail Services.

 4/29/2009 

Pol 310
  

UCLA Mail Services. This revised policy updates references to organizational units and describes in detail the process for requesting exceptions to selected provisions of this policy.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 310
  

UCLA Mail Services. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 310, dated January 1, 1991.

 8/14/2009 

Mail Services (Campus, U.S., and International Mail). This revised procedure updates the mail services available to the campus and the current procedures for utilizing them.

 7/1/1998 

Mail Services (Campus, U.S., and International Mail). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 310.1, dated January 1, 1991.

 8/14/2009 

Messenger Service. This revised procedure updates the process for requesting campus messenger services.

 7/1/1998 

Messenger Service. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 310.5, dated January 1, 1991.

 8/14/2009 

Ordering Postage Stamps and Stamped Post Cards. This revised procedure updates the postal items available for sale to departments and accompanying procedures.

 7/1/1998 

Ordering Postage Stamps and Stamped Post Cards. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 310.6, dated January 1, 1991.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 311
  

Access to and Use of University Mailing Lists. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version.

 7/29/2009 

Pol 313
  

Prevention of Identity Theft. This new policy establishes the departmental requirements and outlines mechanisms to prevent, detect, and respond to identify theft, in accordance with the UC Implementation Plan of January 2009.

 10/19/2011 

Pol 314
  

Payment Card Processing Standards. This new policy sets forth the minimum security standards required for campus units to accept payment cards (debit, credit) for purchasing transactions.

 3/1/1999 

Pol 315
  

Mail & Document Services - Document Services. Revised description of Document Services Department, its role on campus and the various services offered around and adjacent to the campus. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 330, dated November 1, 1982.

 4/27/2011 

Pol 316
  

BruinPost Messaging Service. This revised policy clarifies that BruinPost is not to be used to publicize events or speakers other than those under the auspices of the Chancellor's Office. Also, any excpetions to policy must be authorized by the Chancellor or his designee.

 11/12/2010 

Pol 316
  

BruinPost Messaging Service. This new policy describes rules of access to, and appropriate use of BruinPost - UCLA's mass messaging service for official University business matters.

 2/18/2008 

Use of University Rental Pool Vehicles. Revisions to this procedure include updated terminology and processes. Vehicles are available for rent based on confirmed reservations, not first come, first served.

 4/14/2006 

Use of University Rental Pool Vehicles. This procedure supersedes the 7/1/1998 version and the authorization form (formerly Attachment A) was deleted because it is no longer used.

 7/1/1998 

Use of University Rental Pool Vehicles. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 320.1, dated May 16, 1984.

 2/21/2014 

Pol 340
  

Sales and Service Activities. In section III.B., one of the criteria for which units are authorized to be charged CAF's and OLF's was changed from annual Income of $200,000 or more to Expense of $200,000 or more; a definition for "Expense" was added to Attachment A.

 6/26/2012 

Pol 340
  

Sales and Service Activities. Clarifications to the Fund Balances section and references to UCLA Procedure 340.3 in Attachment B regarding mark-up over cost.

 4/18/2011 

Pol 340
  

Sales and Service Activities. This revised policy clarifies the identification of qualifying Sales & Service Activities, applying for a fund, proper tracking of approved funds, General Fund recharges, and reviewing and closing a fund.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 340
  

Sales and Service Activities. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This Policy supersedes UCLA Policy 510.1, dated July 1, 1989.

 5/28/2013 

Establishing and Updating Sales and Service Activities and Service Enterprises. This procedure has been revised primarily to add language to emphasize how not to use the Short Form Services Agreement Template.

 4/18/2011 

Establishing and Updating Sales and Service Activities and Service Enterprises. This revised procedure streamlines the process for applying for a Sales & Service fund and clarifies the roles of POSSSE staff and the Director - APB/POSSSE in reviewing applications and approving or denying them.

 4/18/2011 

Equipment Use Rate and Depreciation Guidance. This new procedure gives guidance on the acquisition, use, depreciation, and replacement of equipment use in a Sales & Service activity.

 6/26/2012 

Sales & Service Activities with External Rates That include a Mark-up over Cost. This new procedure addresses the proposal and approval of sales and service activities that include a mark-up over cost, and identifies the responsible parties involved.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 345
  

Short Term Investment Pool (STIP) Income on Gifts, Grants, and Endowments. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 520, dated September 1, 1989.

 6/30/2010 

Pol 347
  

Recovery of Operating Costs from Private Gifts. This policy has been revised to reflect current practices and fee rate, and revised disclousre of policy text to donors.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 347
  

Recovery of Operating Costs from Private Gifts. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Supersedes UCLA Policy 521, dated July 1, 1982.

 11/24/2004 

Student Sponsorship; Agreements, Billing, and Collection of Fees. This procedure has been reviewed by the Director, Student Financial Services, and determined to be current and correct as stated.

 5/1/1999 

Student Sponsorship; Agreements, Billing, and Collection of Fees. Revised procedures whereby UCLA students may register without paying mandatory fees by securing a Sponsor external to UCLA who agrees to pay such fees. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 530.1, dated April 1, 1984.

 8/18/2014 

Pol 350
  

Telecommunication Systems Services. This policy has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 12/16/2005 

Pol 350
  

Telecommunication Systems Services. This revised policy clarifies CTS's authority to administer the installation of campus telecommunication systems in accordance with UC policy and the California Public Contract Code, and departments' responsibilities for the appropriate use and maintenance of their respective telecommunication systems.

 7/16/2001 

Pol 350
  

Telecommunication Systems Services. This revised policy describes the principal products and services that Communications Technology Services (CTS) offers to the campus, and the responsibiltites of CTS and campus departments in the ordering and use of such services.

 8/18/2014 

Telephone and Voice Related Services. This procedure has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 7/16/2001 

Telephone and Voice Related Services. Revised Procedure for ordering voice related services and initiating repair requests from Communications Technology Services.

 8/18/2014 

Campus Directories. This procedure has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 7/16/2001 

Campus Directories. Revised procedure describes the types of campus and UC directory listings available and how departments can request them as well as listings in the local White and Yellow Pages directories.

 7/16/2001 

Use of University Wire Services (Telegram, Mailgram, Cablegram, Telex and TWX). This procedure has been rescinded.

 8/18/2014 

Two-Way Radio Services. This procedure has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 7/16/2001 

Two-Way Radio Services. Revised procedure describes the UCLA Radio System and clarifies who is authorized to use this system and under what circumstances. Also, lists steps for ordering products and services and initiating repair requests.

 7/16/2001 

Telephone Answering Systems and Services. This procedure has been rescinded.

 8/18/2014 

Campus Backbone Network (CBN). This procedure has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 9/19/2001 

Campus Backbone Network (CBN). New procedure describes responsibilities for the UCLA Campus Backbone Network and procedures for requesting related data services.

 8/18/2014 

Community Antenna Television System (CATV). This procedure has been revised to update the responsible department name to IT Services and to reflect minor changes to business practices.

 7/16/2001 

Community Antenna Television System (CATV). New procedure explains the purpose of the UCLA Community Antenna TV system, who may subscribe to the services offered and how Communications Technology Services will fulfill orders and respond to repair requests.

 7/9/2001 

Pol 360
  

Internal Control Guidelines for Campus Departments. This revised policy describes the internal control process, its objectives, and how the objectives can be met through implementation of internal control principles and components. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 560, dated May 1, 1988.

 7/1/1998 

Misappropriation of University Assets by University Academic, Staff and Student Employees. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 560.1, dated May 1, 1990.

 5/22/2013 

Pol 361
  

Cash Handling Safety and Security. This policy has been revised primarily to add some language to emphasize that cash cannot be taken to any location outside UCLA property without an armored courier service provider.

 6/1/2010 

Pol 361
  

Cash Handling Safety and Security. This policy has been reviewed for currency, and minor updates have been made.

 11/1/2005 

Pol 361
  

Cash Handling Safety and Security. This new policy implements the minimum requirements of UC Business & Finance Bulletin BUS-49 related to the safe and secure handling of cash and cash equivalents by all departments or units engaged in any form of cash handling activities.

 7/1/1998 

Substantiation of Salary and Wage Charges to U.S. Government Contracts and Grants.

 7/1/1998 

Closing Out Contract and Grant Accounts to Facilitate Preparation of Final Reports of Expenditures.

 2/2/2015 

Pol 401
  

Minimum Security Standards for Network Devices. Technical changes include hyperlink updates, added references, updates to IT terms, and update to the definition of Password in Attachment A to require password length of eight characters instead of six.

 6/3/2010 

Pol 401
  

Minimum Security Standards for Network Devices. This updated policy includes changes to the Issuing Officer, Responsible Department, and corresponding authority to hear appeals (formerly the Associate Vice Chancellor - Information Technology, now the Administrative Vice Chancellor).

 11/22/2005 

Pol 401
  

Minimum Security Standards for Network Devices. This new policy establishes the Minimum Security Standards for all electronic devices connecting to the UCLA Campus Network. Implementing Guidelines are also attached to the policy to assist System Administrators and Connectivity Service Providers to achieve compliance with the standards.

 4/20/2012 

Pol 403
  

UCLA Logon ID Security Standards. This policy establishes security standards for the UCLA Logon ID, applicable to anyone assigned such an ID and passowrd, and all service providers.

 5/3/2017 

Pol 404
  

Encryption of Electronically Stored Personal Information. A technical change was made to delete "and" in the definition of Personal Information. The initial intent of the definition was that each of the data types in the definitions qualify on their own.

 5/3/2013 

Pol 404
  

Encryption of Electronically Stored Personal Information. This policy has been revised primarily to remove the ability to create an Implementation Plan and create an explicit procedure for organizations to request an exception to encrypting personal information.

 3/25/2010 

Pol 404
  

Encryption of Electronically Stored Personal Information. This new policy defines a protocol that must be followed when Personal Information is stored electronically, and assigns responsibility for implementation of this policy.

 7/11/2011 

Pol 410
  

Nonconsensual Access to Electronic Communications Records. Attachment A - NCA Form has been modified slightly to push designation of faculty records up to the top of the form.

 8/16/2010 

Pol 410
  

Nonconsensual Access to Electronic Communications Records. This policy implements the relevant provisions of the University of California Electronic Communications Policy concerning nonconsensual access to Electronic Communcations Records when the consent of the record holder cannot be obtained. It supersedes sections V.E. and F. of UCLA Policy 455 and the UCLA Request Form for Non-consesnual Access to Email.

 2/24/2012 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. This revised policy clarifies the circumstances under which requested UCLA Domain Names may or may not be approved and why.

 3/24/2010 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. The UCLA Internal Domain Name Request Form and How to Choose a Good Domain Name no longer appear as Attachment A to this policy and are instead available at http://www.cts.ucla.edu/support/publications/411_A.pdf

 9/14/2005 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. This revised policy simplifies the requirements for requesting an internal UCLA domain name, including a shortened request form and tips on choosing a meaningful domain name.

 3/29/2004 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. This revised policy clarifies which campus entities may request a UCLA Domain Name and under what circumstances, and that UCLA Marketing & Communication Services reserves the right to deny any request for a UCLA Domain Name.

 1/21/2004 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. Policy 111 has been given the new number 411 in order to be included in the new section 400 - Information Technology.

 4/15/2002 

Pol 411
  

Registration and Use of UCLA Domain Names. This new policy interprets how existing UC and UCLA policies apply to the registration and appropriate use of domain names at UCLA and also addresses aspects not covered by existing University policies.

 12/3/2014 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. A technical update has been made to reflect a title change from "Director, Information Technology Security" to "Chief Information Security Officer." Substantively, the policy remains the same.

 5/1/2012 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This revised policy is aligned with protection requirements stated in UCLA Policy 404 - Protection of Electronically Stored Personal Information, and with systemwide procedures set forth in UC Bulletin IS-3, including use of the UC Privacy and Data Security Incident Response Plan.

 7/19/2011 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 1/24/2011 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 6/3/2010 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This updated policy includes changes to the Issuing Officer, Responsible Department, and corresponding changes to the designated lead campus authority (formerly the Associate Vice Chancellor - Information Technology, now the Administrative Vice Chancellor).

 2/5/2010 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 1/21/2010 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 1/5/2010 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 7/30/2009 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 5/5/2009 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 2/5/2009 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The list of Compliance Coordinators in Attachment A has been updated.

 4/16/2008 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. Technical updates include reporting Security Breach incidents that involve medical or health insurance information to the appropriate UCLA HIPAA Privacy Officer and clarification that a Security Breach Coordinator is a role assumed by the IT Compliance Coordinator in each unit. The list of IT Compliance Coordinators has been updated.

 3/14/2008 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. Consistent with UC IS-3, "Electronic Information Security," a Security Breach involving medical or health insurance information shall also be reported to the Executive Director, Medical Services, UCOP.

 2/27/2008 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This revised policy implements UC IS-3, which was revised to implement the provisions of State legislation enacted in January 2008. Specifically, medical and health insurance information were added to the definition of personal information.

 10/11/2007 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This revised policy adds the provision for a substitute method of notice in the event of a security breach, in accordance with UC Business & Finance Bulletin IS-3. Also, the Security Breach Coordinator for Legal Affairs has been updated.

 7/26/2007 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The title of the Security Breach Coordinator for the School of Engineering & Applied Science has been updated.

 7/18/2007 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. Changes to a designated Security Breach Coordinator must be approved by the appropriate official and communicated to the Director, IT Security; list of Security Breach Coordinators has been updated.

 5/21/2007 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This revised policy clarifies which campus officials have responsibilities for the security of data files containing Personal Information in their respective areas. The list of Security Breach Coordinators (Attachment A) has also been updated.

 1/19/2007 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The Campus Security Breach Coordinator for Research Programs has been changed.

 12/1/2006 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. The references to the Director, IT Policy have been changed to the Director, IT Security. Audit & Advisory Services will be notified of any potential security breach. The list of Campus Security Breach Coordinators has been revised.

 11/23/2005 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. New Campus Security Breach Coordinator for Medical Sciences and School of Medicine listed on Attachment A.

 10/5/2005 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. New Campus Security Breach Coordinator for Research Programs listed on Attachment A; additional principle added to list of Data Security Guidelines in Attachment B.

 8/1/2005 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This revised policy describes the responsibilities of designated Security Breach Coordinators and breaks down the procedures into two parts - Initial Reporting & Analysis and Security Breach Notification. An updated listing of Security Breach Coordinators and suggested Data Security Guidelines are attached to the policy.

 1/5/2004 

Pol 420
  

Breaches of Computerized Personal Information. This new policy describes circumstances when notification of a system security breach is required and identifies the campus officials responsible for responding. It also describes the responsibilities of Vice Chancellors and Deans for ensuring compliance in their respective units.

 8/16/2010 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. This policy is being reviewed for alignment with current UC policies, to delete outdated or unnecessary provisions, and to add new campus provisions as appropriate.

 8/20/2007 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. To clarify that e-mails with a legitimate business purpose to be mass-messaged to UCLA students must be coordinated through the Office of the Registrar regardless of the number of students, the adjective "all" has been deleted in Section VI.A.7., Mass Messaging.

 11/8/2006 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. This revised policy contains two new provisions regarding the use of email for disseminating official communications and Lifetime Email Addresses for students and graduates.

 12/1/2005 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. Change of UCLA Authorizing Official for non-consensual access to staff emails, as referenced in section V.E.2 and Attachment D.

 1/21/2004 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. Policy 355 has been given the new number 455 in order to be included in the new section 400 - Information Technology.

 5/16/2003 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. New provision on Mass Messaging added to Section VI.A.7.

 8/1/2000 

Pol 455
  

UCLA Email Policy and Guidelines. This new policy clarifies the applicability of existing law and other University policies to email; defines new policy and procedures where existing policies do not specifically address issues particular to email.

 5/22/2014 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. This policy is currently under review. It remains in effect, although certain information may be incorrect or outdated. For guidance, see the Digital Millennium Copyright Act at UCLA.

 5/22/2014 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. This policy is currently under review. It remains in effect, although certain information may be incorrect or outdated. For guidance, see the Digital Millennium Copyright Act at UCLA.

 3/1/2010 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. Following a period of review, this policy is determined to be up to date as issued.

 2/9/2009 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. This policy is currently under review and will be published on the Administrative Policies & Procedures Web site when that review has been completed. It remains in effect, although certain information may be incorrect or outdated. Questions concerning this procedure should be referred to the Repsonsible Policy Officer.

 1/26/2006 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. The Responsible Department and Contact have been changed. The Designated Agent is now the Director, IT Policy.

 1/21/2004 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. Policy 964 has been given the new number 464 in order to be included in the new section 400 - Information Technology.

 8/1/2000 

Pol 464
  

Online Copyright Infringement Liability Limitation. New policy describes provisions contained in the Digital Millennium Copyright Act that limit the liability of UCLA, as an online service provider, for alleged online copyright infringement. Establishes responsibility for the receipt and processing of claims by a Designated Agent, and for the review

 7/1/1998 

Preparing and Routing Interdepartmental Recharge Requests. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure is covered in the UCLA Accounting Training Course.

 7/1/1998 

Payroll Expenditure Transfer (Form UPAY 646-4). This procedure has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998.

 7/1/1998 

Preparing and Routing the Non-Payroll Expenditure Adjustment Request. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure is covered in the UCLA Accounting Training Course.

 7/1/1998 

Approval of Expenditures for Memberships in Scholarly and Professional Organizations. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy has been superseded by information contained in the UC Accounting Manual D-371-16 and UC Business & Finance Bulletin G-43 (PDF).

 7/1/1998 

Pol 541
  

Official Entertainment Policy. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy has been superseded by information contained in the UC Accounting Manual D371-16.25 and UC Business & Finance Bulletin BUS-79 (PDF).

 7/1/1998 

Official Entertainment Procedure. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure has been superseded by information contained in the UC Accounting Manual D371-16.25 and UC Business & Finance Bulletin BUS-79 (PDF).

 7/1/1998 

Pol 542
  

Policy Governing Travel. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy has been superseded by information contained in UC Business and Finance Bulletin G-28.

 7/1/1998 

Accounting for Travel Expenses. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure has been superseded by information contained in UC Business and Finance Bulletin G-28.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 550
  

Official Documentation Supporting Financial Transactions. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure has been superseded by UCLA Financial Policy - All Sections, UC Accounting Manual A-000-7 Official Documentation Required in Support of University Financial Transactions

 12/1/1999 

Pol 570
  

Attendance Records, Time Reports and Leave Records for Academic and Staff Personnel. This policy was rescinded on 12/1/1999. The subject matter contained in this policy is now covered in the UCOP Accounting Manual, section P-196-13; UCLA Payroll Time Reporting Manual; Personnel Policies and Agreements; and UCLA Procedure 380.1.

 6/17/1999 

Transfer of Vacation and Sick Leave Accruals. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure is covered in the UCOP Accounting Manual, section P-196-13.

 7/1/1998 

Inspection of Employment Contracts. This policy has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998.

 9/1/1999 

Pol 602
  

Federal Privacy Act - Notices Regarding Social Security Numbers. Revised policy provides updated guidelines to campus units in requesting Social Security numbers. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 602.1, dated March 8, 1977.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 603
  

Privacy of and Access to Information (Legal Requirements). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

Privacy of and Access to Information (Collection, Disclosures, Amendments, and Inventory). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 603.1, dated April 1, 1984.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 610
  

Visa Requests for Alien Appointees.

 7/1/1998 

Certificate of Eligibility for Exchange Visitor (J-1) Status Visa.

 7/1/1998 

Temporary Worker (H-1) Visa.

 7/1/1998 

Obtaining Permanent Resident Status for Alien Appointees.

 5/9/2008 

Employee Driving Records. Department heads must now submit a photocopy of the current Driver's License for each prospective incumbent to the Employee Pull Notice Program. The job title "Automotive Technician Supervisor" has been added to the list of University employees to whom this procedure applies.

 5/2/2006 

Employee Driving Records. This revised procedure updates references to the DMV Employer Pull Notice Program. Attachment B, UCLA Employer Pull Notice Program Add, Delete, Update form (formerly Attachment C) has been significantly revised.

 7/1/1998 

Employee Driving Records. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 615, dated April 15, 1991.

 5/4/2017 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The complaint form in Attachment A has been updated.

 4/11/2017 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The complaint form and instructions in Attachment A have been updated.

 1/17/2017 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. Attachment C, "Frequently Asked Questions" has been updated

 9/12/2016 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The procedure text and complaint form in Attachment A have been updated to clarify that a complainant must separately label/identify the Adverse Personnel Action, Respondent, Protected Activity, and Contributing Factor Basis.

 3/3/2016 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The Frequently Asked Questions in Attachment C were updated.

 9/29/2015 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. This procedure has been updated to reflect changes to the UC Whistleblower Protection Policy, revised May 1, 2015.

 8/25/2015 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The complaint form and instructions in Attachment A have been updated.

 11/15/2013 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The Whistleblower Retaliation Complaint Form (instructions and statement of whistleblower retaliation) that appears as Attachment A has been updated.

 3/26/2013 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. The Whistleblower Retaliation Complaint Form (instructions and statement of whistleblower retaliation) that appears as Attachment A has been updated.

 2/3/2010 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. This procedure has been updated to reflect organizational changes; the attachment "UCLA Report of Improper Governmental Activity Form" (formerly Attachment A) has been deleted.

 11/20/2008 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. Attachment B, "Whistleblower Retaliation Complaint Form" has been modified.

 7/22/2005 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. Attachment B, "Whistleblower Retaliation Complaint Form" has been modified.

 8/1/2002 

Whistleblower Retaliation Complaints. This new procedure provides implementing guidelines for the revised UC policies on reporting whistleblower complaints and protection against retaliation for reporting such complaints, including forms to complete in each instance.

 7/1/1998 

Proc 625
  

Removal and Moving Expenses. This procedure has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998

 1/31/2005 

Pol 630
  

Sexual Harassment. This campus policy has been superseded by the revised University of California Policy on Sexual Harassment and Procedures for Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment, issued December 14, 2004.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 630
  

Sexual Harassment. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version.

 8/7/2017 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. A technical update was completed to this recision page in order to add a relevant resource: “and the Discrimination Prevention Office and Title IX Office Procedures for Handling Allegations of Discrimination, Harassment, or Retaliation.”

 1/20/2016 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. This procedure has been rescinded because the subject matter covered in this procedure has been superseded by information contained in the UC Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment Policy.

 2/15/2008 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. Attachment B, Sexual Harassment Information Centers, has been updated.

 4/20/2007 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. Revisions to this procedure clarify the role of the Dean of Students Office and the application of the Student Code of Conduct in the formal investigation of reports of sexual harassment when a student is the accused.

 11/2/2006 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. The Issuing Officer has been changed from the Assistant Vice Chancellor, Campus Human Resources to the Chancellor.

 3/7/2006 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. References and links to the revised UC Policy on Sexual Harassment (as of February 10, 2006) have been updated.

 5/19/2005 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. This revised procedure reflects the significant changes to UC policy (revised as of 12/14/2004) and specifies the responsibilities placed on managers and supervisors to respond promptly and effectively to reports of sexual harassment.

 7/1/1998 

Responding to Reports of Sexual Harassment. Attachment A, Sexual Harassment Centers and Complaint Resolution Officers, has been revised as of July 26, 2000. No changes to the parent procedure since last updated as of July 1, 1998.

 7/1/1998 

Jury Service (Academic and Staff Personnel). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 640.1, dated January 1, 1981.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 660
  

Conflict of Interest. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 661
  

Policy on Exchanging University-Owned Goods or Services for In-Kind Contributions. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy has been superseded by UC Accounting Manual Chapters A-253-27, D-371-12.1,P-196-11, E-821, and UC Business and Finance Bulletins

 7/1/1998 

Proc 661
  

Reporting the Personal Value of Goods or Services Provided to University Employees. This procedure has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998. The subject matter contained in this procedure has been superseded by UC Accounting Manual Chapters A-253-27, D-371-12.1,P-196-11, E-821, and UC Business & Finance Bulletin BUS-43, BUS-79 (PDF), and G-41 (PDF).

 7/1/1998 

Pol 720
  

Acquisition, Control, and Disposal of Property Owned or in the Custody of the University. This policy has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998. The subject matter contained in this policy is covered in UC Business and Finance Bulletins, BUS-29 & BUS-38.

 7/1/1998 

Acquisition and Disposal of Surplus and Salvage University Property. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Policy 720.2, dated August 1, 1990.

 7/1/1998 

Equipment Screening Procedure. This procedure has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998. The subject matter contained in this procedure is covered in UC Business and Finance Bulletin BUS-29.

 4/27/1999 

Pol 740
  

Purchasing Goods and Services. Revised campus approval authorities, responsibilities and restrictions for the purchase of goods and services. This policy superedes UCLA Policy 740, dated January 4, 1982.

 9/1/1999 

Low-Value Purchases. Revised policies & procedures governing low-value purchases with updated listing of purchases and transactions which are not permitted. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 740.1, dated October 1, 1987.

 7/1/1998 

Acquisition of Consumable Supplies Through the Storehouse "ADVANTAGE" Program. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure may be found at the Purchasing web site.

 6/30/2010 

Pol 741
  

Low-Value Purchases. This new policy provides requirements and guidelines governing low-value purchases. It supersedes UCLA Procedure 740.1.

 8/10/1992 

Computer System Acquisition. This procedure has been rescinded effective August 10, 1992.

 8/10/1992 

Computer System Acquisition. This procedure has been rescinded effective August 10, 1992.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 742
  

Acquisition of Works of Art, Antiquities, and Artifacts. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

Acquiring Works of Art, Antiquities, and Artifacts. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

De-acquisition of Works of Art by Sale or Exchange. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

Procurement of Micrographic Equipment. This policy has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998.

 7/1/1998 

Procurement of Micrographic Equipment. This policy has been rescinded effective July 1, 1998.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 744
  

Office Furnishings & Non-Standard Furniture (Carpeting, Draperies, Window and Wall Coverings, & Partitions).

 7/1/1998 

Requests for Office Furnishings and Non-Standard Furniture (Rugs or Carpeting). The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy may be found at the Purchasing web site.

 10/16/2015 

Acquisition of Vehicles and Vessels. This procedure has been revised to include the process of the purchase and transfer acquisition of vessels, and to add Gift Administrationto the process of reviewing donated vehicles and vessels.

 2/18/2008 

Acquisition of Vehicles and Vessels. Revisions to this procedure include updated terminology and processes.

 7/27/2006 

Acquisition of Vehicles and Vessels. This revised procedure describes the various ways departments can acquire vehicles for University business use, including purchase, lease or via donation or transfer. Fleet Services will help departments coordinate the acquisition of vessels via Campus Purchasing.

 7/1/1998 

Acquisition of Vehicles and Vessels. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 745.1, dated February 1, 1982.

 8/12/2014 

Pol 810
  

Tobacco-Free Environment. Section IV.1. has been revised to include exceptions for research approved by the Animal Research Committee and other research if it adheres to EH&S health and safety guidelines.

 4/22/2013 

Pol 810
  

Tobacco-Free Environment. This policy has been revised to prohibit, beginning April 22, 2013, the use of cigarettes, cigars, chewing tobacco and all other tobacco products, including unregulated nicotine products (e.g., "e-cigarettes") on campus and on any other property owned or leased by the University.

 9/21/2009 

Pol 810
  

Tobacco-Free Environment. This revised policy states that smoking is prohibited within 25 feet (formerly 20 feet) of campus buildings, in compliance with the UC Policy on Sustainable Practices to align with the L.E.E.D. green building certification system.

 1/20/2004 

Pol 810
  

Tobacco-Free Environment. Revised to reflect new state legislation enacted as of January 1, 2004 which specifies that smoking is not permitted within twenty feet (formerly five feet) of main entrances, exits, or operable windows of public buildings.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 810
  

Tobacco-Free Environment. Revised description of state law applied to the University and resulting campus-wide policy regarding smoking in and around campus facilities. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 810, dated July 1, 1998.

 9/5/2007 

Pol 811
  

Environmental Health and Safety . This revised policy restates the University's policy to comply with all applicable laws and regulations in order to maintain a safe and healthy campus environment. The references have been updated and expanded, and most of them moved to an attachment to the policy.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 811
  

Environmental Health and Safety . Revised policy identifies campus officers and their responsibilities for ensuring adherence to EH&S policy and various compliance programs in place on campus. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 1105, dated July 1, 1990.

 1/25/2016 

Requesting Facilities Management Services. Technical updates were made to this procedure to update internal procedures and to update the Issuing Officer. These changes idd not substantially change the intent of the procedure.

 7/1/1998 

Requesting Facilities Management Services. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 815.1, dated January 1, 1982.

 7/1/1998 

Response to Initiation of Cal/OSHA Safety Inspection-Investigation. Revised procedures describe appropriate steps to follow in response to an unannounced safety inspection by CAL-OSHA official. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 820.1, dated July 1, 1980.

 9/1/2016 

Pol 825
  

Key Administration and Control. Facilities Management's revision to this policy makes major changes, including requiring FSRs for the following: creating off-master spaces, requesting custodial service for off-master spaces, and having custodial services perform weekend openings and/or off-hour duties, normally in support of a scheduled off-hour or weekend event.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 825
  

Key Administration and Control. Revised guidelines for the administration and control of keys for all UCLA facilities. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 825, dated July 1, 1990.

 9/1/2016 

Building Entrance Keying and Control. Facilities Management's revision to this procedure makes major changes, including requiring departments to notify the Facilities Management Hardware Shop of any changes to the list of authorized personnel that can request keys and adds requirements of campus personnel to be granted access to buildings or spaces when locked out after normal hours of operation.

 7/1/1998 

Building Entrance Keying and Control. Revised procedures for the issuance to authorized individuals of building entrance keys. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 825, dated July 1, 1990.

 10/1/1999 

Directory Boards. Revised procedures for updating campus directory boards. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 840.1, dated January 1, 1978.

 10/19/2009 

Placement of Temporary Structures on the UCLA Campus. This revised procedure updates the procedures for requesting approval via the Events Office for placing temporary structures on campus in conjunction with appropriate campus activities.

 6/1/1999 

Placement of Temporary Structures on the UCLA Campus. Revised procedure expands upon existing UCLA regulations relating to the placement of temporary structures on the UCLA campus to insure the campus will not be adversely impacted by establishing formal request and review procedures. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 850.1, dated February 1, 1985.

 9/23/2008 

Pol 860
  

Extracurricular Use of University Facilities. This revised policy redefines extracurricular use and implements the requirement for a University guarantor to be responsible for all associated costs and any legal issues that may arise from the use. The UCLA Events Office is the designated Review and Oversight Entity for all extracurricular facilties use.

 5/8/2000 

Pol 860
  

Extracurricular Use of University Facilities. Revised policy sets forth the conditions under which non-University groups may utilize University facilties. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 61 dated July 1, 1982 and UCLA Policy 62 dated July 1, 1985.

 7/1/1998 

Scheduling Campus Facilities and Services for Cultural, Educational, and Recreational Events.

 9/1/1999 

Security Arrangements for Special Visitors. Revised and expanded list of information required from Requestor and UCLAPD now secures license and insurance policy or bond from external security services if utilized. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 60.2, dated April 1, 1983.

 1/23/2004 

Pol 863
  

Filming and Photography on Campus. This revised and expanded policy clarifies under what circumstances filming and photography on the UCLA campus and its properties may be allowed. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 863, dated January 1, 1999.

 1/1/1999 

Pol 863
  

Filming and Photography on Campus. Revised requirements and restrictions for commercial filming or photography on the UCLA campus.

 4/21/2003 

Pol 870
  

General Assignment Classroom Scheduling. This new policy sets forth the criteria used to assign instructional space in general assignment classrooms controlled by the Registrar's Office.

 5/12/2008 

Pol 880
  

Assignment and Management of Campus Space. The Issuing Officer has been changed (formerly Administrative Vice Chancellor) and the Responsible Department is now Space Management & Analysis. Additional general updates but no substantive revisions.

 4/28/1999 

Pol 880
  

Assignment and Management of Campus Space. Revised policy specifies responsibility for the allocation and reallocation of facilities space for campus activities based on programmatic need and academic priorities. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 410, dated May 1, 1979.

 5/12/2008 

Requests for Additional Space or Modifications to Existing Space. The Issuing Officer and Responsible Department have been changed. General updates but no substantive revisions.

 4/28/1999 

Requests for Additional Space or Modifications to Existing Space. Revised procedures for requesting additional campus space or modifications to existing space. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 410.1, dated May 1, 1979.

 5/28/2008 

Requests for Off-Campus Real Property Leasing. Updates to References, Issuing Officer, "Department Authorization for Leased Space" form now available online.

 1/1/1999 

Requests for Off-Campus Real Property Leasing. Revised criteria for determining if leasing of off-campus facilities is warranted and procedures for requesting and securing lease. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 410.2, dated May 1, 1979.

 4/1/2016 

Pol 890
  

Gender Inclusive Facilities. This new policy incorporates and implements the UC Guidelines for providing Gender Inclusive Facilities. The policy sets forth the requirements that will guide UCLA efforts toward Gender Inclusive facilities.

 11/1/2015 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. This policy has been revised to update position titles and department names, and to add references. The substantive change was adding language to Section III.C. Exceptions, that ensures applicants meet the requirements for good standing as defined within the respective unit.

 12/4/2012 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. The Vice Provost - Information Technology has been added to the list of officials who may approve exceptions; the reference to now superseded UCLA DA 201.05 has been updated to the active UCLA CA 201.06.

 1/17/2012 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. This policy has been revised to clarify circumstances under which postdoctoral scholars and other trainees may be granted an exception to apply for support for reserach training and mentored training grants. The Exceptions section has been clarified.

 10/27/2010 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. The description of eligible UCLA employees and list of incumbent positions who may serve as Principal Investigators have been updated.

 5/7/2009 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. This revised policy updates and clarifies the eligibility requirements for Principal Investigators.

 12/22/2003 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. Section III.C.1 listing of campus officials with the authority to approve exceptions to Principal Investigator eligibility requirements for submitting a contract or grant proposal has been updated to conform with the Delegation of Authority.

 12/13/2002 

Pol 900
  

Principal Investigator Eligibility. Item 4 in the References section has been updated to reflect a superseding Delegation of Authority. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 900, dated July 1, 1998.

 7/17/2013 

Pol 905
  

Research Laboratory Personal Safety and Protective Equipment. This policy has been revised primarily to modify the requirements when working with pyrophoric materials or flammable liquids. The revised policy takes effect on 3/31/2014.

 2/1/2010 

Pol 905
  

Research Laboratory Personal Safety and Protective Equipment. This new policy describes the Personal Protective Equipment and related safety procedures required for all staff members working in laboratory areas as specified, and the responsibilities of various campus officials, employees, and others for promulgation and implementation of this policy.

 12/9/2010 

Pol 907
  

Safe Handling of Particularly Hazardous Substances. This new policy provides general guidance on how to work safely with chemicals designated as "particularly hazardous" by Cal/OSHA.

 1/12/2010 

Pol 910
  

Management of Sponsored Projects. In section V., Principal Investigator, 2., "New Drug Application (NDA)" has been replaced with "Investigational New Drugs (IND)".

 7/1/2002 

Pol 910
  

Management of Sponsored Projects. Revised policy includes definitions and updated/expanded statement of responsibilities for the management of sponsored projects in compliance with various fiscal and administrative regulations.

 7/1/1998 

Approval and Submission of Contract and Grant Proposals. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

Notification and Prior Approval Requirements for Grants Under the Federal Demonstration Project (FDP). References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 911
  

Recovery of Indirect Costs on Research, Training, and Public Service Programs. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy may be found at the UC Contracts and Grants Manual web site and in the memo on Indirect Cost Waiver Requests from Vice Chance

 6/15/2010 

Pol 913
  

Disposition of Unexpended Balances in Fixed Rate and Fixed Price Contracts and Nonrefundable Grants. Technical correction made. References to "terminated" fixed price, fixed rate contracts, and nonrefundable grants have been deleted.

 6/15/2009 

Pol 913
  

Disposition of Unexpended Balances in Fixed Rate and Fixed Price Contracts and Nonrefundable Grants. This revised policy clarifies the steps to be followed and under what circumstances unexpended balances shall be converted to unrestricted funds.

 1/15/2003 

Pol 913
  

Disposition of Unexpended Balances in Fixed Rate and Fixed Price Contracts and Nonrefundable Grants. This revised policy confirms the Chancellor's decision to convert qualified fund balances to unrestricted funds, for appropriate access by Principal Investigators. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 913, dated June 30, 1999.

 7/1/2014 

Pol 915
  

Clinical Studies Coverage Analysis. This policy has been revised to consolidate definitions and expand procedures in completing the QCT Form.

 3/1/2013 

Pol 915
  

Clinical Studies Coverage Analysis. This policy has been revised to expand the definition of Clinical Research Study and to clarify that Sponsors are responsible for all costs of Clinical Studies that are not Qualifying Clinical Trials.

 7/15/2012 

Pol 915
  

Clinical Studies Coverage Analysis. This new policy describes the shared responsibility for performing the coverage analysis process in development of a clinical study budget.

 7/1/2014 

Interim Procedure on Pricing for Budgeting and Contracting of Clinical Studies. This interim procedure establishes pricing guidelines for the budgeting and contracting of Clinical Studies. This procedure shall be fully implemented by August 1, 2014.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 920
  

Expenditure or Commitment of Funds Against Contracts and Grants Prior to Receipt of An Executed Award. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. Further revisions are pending.

 11/10/2005 

Pol 921
  

Accepting Support for Research from Nongovernmental Organizations. This revised policy encompasses all forms of support for research, not just financial support. Material Transfer Agreements have been added as another means of processing support from nongovernmental organizations.

 10/15/2002 

Pol 921
  

Accepting Support for Research from Nongovernmental Organizations. This revised policy describes the manner in which private funds may be accepted and used in support of research projects. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 921, dated July 1, 1998.

 8/24/2012 

Pol 925
  

Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research. This policy has been revised to clarify the conditions under which disclosures of financial interests are required under State of California and Federal regulations, and other policies.

 6/14/2010 

Pol 925
  

Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research. References to the UC Policy and UC Guidelines for Disclosure of Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research has been updated.

 5/22/2007 

Pol 925
  

Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research. This revised policy clarifies, per State of California regulations, that individuals responsible for the review and approval of research under UCLA's auspices must disqualify themselves from influencing or participating in decisions related to research supported by entitites in which they have a personal financial interest.

 6/12/2003 

Pol 925
  

Financial Conflicts of Interest in Research. This new policy describes the responsibility of faculty and staff engaged in research for reporting financial interests in outside entities that may be construed as a conflict of financial interest.

 6/14/2010 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Donors of Gifts. References to the UC Policy and UC Guidelines for Disclosure of Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research has been updated.

 7/11/2005 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Donors of Gifts. This revised procedure eliminates the former requirement to report positive disclosures after the gift expenditure and specifies who is required to report.

 8/30/2004 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Donors of Gifts. This revised procedure references a revised Disclosure Supplement form which may be used in conjunction with Form 700-U (State) or Form 740 (Federal). This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 925.1, dated August 1, 2003.

 8/1/2003 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Donors of Gifts. This revised procedure describes the process for the required disclosure of financial interests in non-governmental donors of gifts by principal investigators.

 3/29/2017 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. References to the Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research (OIP-ISR) have been updated to Technology Development Group (TDG).

 2/17/2016 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. The definition of “Significant Financial Interest” was updated.

 6/14/2010 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. References to the UC Policy and UC Guidelines for Disclosure of Financial Interest in Private Sponsors of Research has been updated.

 2/11/2008 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. This revised procedure adds Material Transfer Agreements to Contracts and Grants for which PI's must disclose personal financial interests in the respective non-governmental sponsors. Also, when to disclose and which forms to use has been clarified.

 7/11/2005 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. This revised procedure eliminates the former requirement to report positive disclosures after the award expenditure; extends the reporting requirement to registered domestic partners; and clarifies other types of compensation that are reportable.

 8/30/2004 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. This revised procedure clarifies the difference between Significant Financial Interest and plain Financial Interest and their respective disclosure requirements. The related disclosure forms have been revised. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 925.2, dated April 23, 2004.

 4/23/2004 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. This revised procedure clarifies disclosure requirements for projects involving human subjects testing and requires that any collaborators from other institutions adhere to relevant UCLA policies and procedures for disclosure of financial interests.

 8/1/2003 

Disclosing Financial Interests in Non-Governmental Sponsors of Contracts, Grants, and Material Transfer Agreements for Research. This revised procedure describes the process for the required disclosure of financial interests in non-governmental sponsors of contracts and grants by principal investigators and key personnel.

 3/29/2017 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). References to the Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research (OIP-ISR) have been updated to Technology Development Group (TDG).

 2/29/2016 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). The definition of "Significant Financial Interest" was updated.

 2/2/2015 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). Technical updates were made to the definition of Signficant Financial Interest to reinsert required disclosures of Investigators and update the revised UC Policy on Disclosure of Financial Interests and Management of Conflicts of Interest, National Science Foundation Awards.

 12/11/2012 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This procedure has been revised to reinsert required disclosures of significant financial interestes by investigators.

 8/24/2012 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This procedure has been revised to distinguish the disclosure of financial interests related to Federally sponsored research projects excluding Public Health Service.

 8/17/2009 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This procedure has been revised to conform to the requirements of the N.I.H. and to clarify roles and responsibilities.

 11/17/2008 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). Minor clarification to Section III.A. and addition of "no-cost time extensions" to Section III.C.

 2/15/2007 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This procedure has been revised to reorganize the content for easier comprehension, to emphasize the purpose and scope, and to clarify certain procedures and requirements.

 2/13/2006 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This revised procedure clarifies several of the Definitions and expands upon the conditions under which a financial interest would be considered as related to a proposal or award. It also expands upon who must disclose significant financial interests.

 8/30/2004 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This revised procedure expands the definition of Key Personnel and references the revised Disclosure Supplement form. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 925.3, dated August 1, 2003.

 8/1/2003 

Disclosing Financial Interests Related to Federally Sponsored Research Projects (except Public Health Service). This revised procedure describes the process for the required disclosure of significant financial interests that relate to certain proposed sponsored projects. Principal investigators and key personnel must make such disclosures.

 12/20/2012 

Pol 926
  

Public Health Service Regulations on Objectivity in Research. This policy has been modified to remove the reference to approval of no cost time extensions for research activities that were already ongoing as of August 24, 2012.

 8/24/2012 

Pol 926
  

Public Health Service Regulations on Objectivity in Research. This policy implements the 2011 Public Health Services regulations on promoting objectivity in research.

 7/1/1998 

Institutional Prior Approval System for PHS Grants. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure may be found in UCLA Procedure 910.2.

 7/1/1998 

Organization Prior Approval System (OPAS) for NSF Grants. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure may be found in UCLA Procedure 910.2.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 940
  

Securing the Services of Independent Consultants.

 7/1/1998 

Securing the Services of Independent Consultants.

 7/1/1998 

Amending an Independent Consultant Agreement.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 950
  

Patent Policy. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy is covered in University of California Patent Policy.

 7/1/1998 

Reporting of Inventions.

 1/4/2008 

Distribution of the Research Allocation Portion of Net License Income. This revised procedure restates the timeframe and basis for the allocation of Net License Income and updates the attendant procedures. The Issuing Officer has also been changed.

 4/25/2003 

Distribution of the Research Allocation Portion of Net License Income. This new procedure outlines the UCLA process for allocation and use of its portion of Net License Income derived from the commercialization of an invention.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 960
  

Copyright Policy. The subject matter contained in this rescinded policy may be found at the UCLA Office of Sponsored Research web site.

 7/1/1998 

Agreement Related to Copyrightable Materials.

 7/1/1998 

Disposition of Royalty and Other Income from Materials Copyrighted by the University.

 3/27/2000 

Pol 963
  

Reproduction of Copyrighted Materials for Teaching and Research. This policy rescinded as subject matter covered in UC Policy & Guidelines on the Reproduction of Copyrighted Materials for Teaching & Research.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 965
  

Ownership of Creative Work Submitted by Students. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This Policy supersedes UCLA Policy 1130.1, dated November 1, 1976.

 10/11/2006 

Pol 970
  

Affiliation Agreements. The referenced UCLA DA has been updated. Accordingly, the delegatees in Section IV.A. have been updated.

 11/9/1999 

Pol 970
  

Affiliation Agreements. Policy revised based on new delegation of authority that assigns responsibility for establishment and management of affiliation agreements to Executive Vice Chancellor, Provosts, selected Vice Provosts, Deans of graduate programs and of Continuing Education & Extension. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 970, dated May 1, 1982.

 11/9/1999 

Review and Approval of Affiliation Agreements. This procedure has been rescinded effective November 9, 1999. Refer to revised UCLA Policy 970 for more information.

 1/15/2008 

Pol 980
  

University International and Exchange Agreements. This revised, expanded policy describes different types of international agreements, including memorandums of understanding, responsibilities of faculty members and selected campus officials, and new procedures for proposing an International Exchange Agreement.

 2/20/2003 

Pol 980
  

University International and Exchange Agreements. Revised policy reflects change of Institute's name, updated procedures for submitting proposed Agreements, and is reissued under signature of the Vice Provost - UCLA International Institute. This policy supersedes UCLA Procedure 980, dated January 1, 1999.

 8/18/2010 

Pol 990
  

Use of Laboratory Animal Subjects in Research. This revised policy aligns with current requirements of the Association for Assessment & Accreditations of Laboratory Animal Care. The acquisition of animals provision has also been updated.

 9/22/2004 

Pol 990
  

Use of Laboratory Animal Subjects in Research. Change of Responsible Department Contact to Judith Brookshire, Director OPRS.

 8/1/2001 

Pol 990
  

Use of Laboratory Animal Subjects in Research. Revised policy describes UCLA's commitment to adhere to all Federal, State, and UC policies and regulations regarding the proper care and use of animal subjects in research. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 1110, dated January 1, 1986.

 7/12/2011 

Pol 991
  

Protection of Human Subjects in Research. Definitions and descriptions have been introduced or updated.

 6/27/2011 

Pol 991
  

Protection of Human Subjects in Research. References to the "Office for the Protection of Research Subjects (OPRS)" and links to its home page have been updated to "Office of the Human Research Protection Program (OHRPP)."

 1/23/2009 

Pol 991
  

Protection of Human Subjects in Research. This policy has been reinstated and revised. Section H summarizes the responsibilities of UCLA Research Administration, its Research Investigators, and Research Affiliates for the appropriate conduct of human subjects reesearch and for compliance with all related federal regulations and local policies.

 8/22/2007 

Pol 991
  

Protection of Human Subjects in Research. This policy has been rescinded in favor of the UCLA Investigator's Manual and three OPRS/IRB policies.

 5/1/1999 

Pol 992
  

Research Involving Recombinant DNA Molecules. Revised policy describes how UCLA complies with NIH Guidelines for research involving recombinant DNA. This policy supersedes UCLA Policy 1140, dated January 1, 1984.

 10/27/2010 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. Revisions include clarification of defined Research Integrity Officer; applicability of the policy to students; and amended "Limitation Period," Section IV.C.3. added.

 1/20/2010 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. This revised policy includes numerous changes, some in consultation with the Dean of Students Office, Graduate Division, and Academic Senate. Many of the changes are in response to ORI recommendations, and also are based on actual experiences with Research Misconduct cases. The Applicability section has been significantly revised.

 12/19/2007 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. Section IV.C. "Limitation Period," first sentence revised to accurately reflect the Code of Federal Regulations provision.

 2/5/2007 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. A notification requirement to a Research Sponsor was inadvertently omitted from the June 16, 2006 version of the policy. It has been inserted as the first bullet point under section IV.I.

 6/16/2006 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. This revised policy/procedure implements the relevant provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations regarding allegations of misconduct in research and is applicable to all individuals with an appointment or formal affiliation with UCLA.

 7/1/1998 

Pol 993
  

Responding to Allegations of Research Misconduct. References to campus departments, officers, services updated. No substantive changes to previous version. This Policy supersdedes UCLA Policy 1150, dated June 19, 1990

 6/16/2006 

Integrity in Research: Responding to Allegations of Misconduct in Science. Procedure 993.1 has been superseded by Policy 993, effective June 16, 2006.

 7/1/1997 

Integrity in Research: Responding to Allegations of Misconduct in Science. Revised, detailed procedures for administrative response to allegations of misconduct. This procedure supersedes UCLA Procedure 1150, dated January 1, 1990.

 4/12/2017 

Pol 994
  

Radiation Safety. A technical change was made to amend the RSC's scope to align with UCLA's Type A Broad Scope License to include oversight over all activities involving radiation, not just research activities. This change aligns with the original intent of the policy.

 6/17/2013 

Pol 994
  

Radiation Safety. This new policy defines the roles and responsibilities of UCLA administrators, faculty, and staff responsible for all materials and equipment capable of producing ionizing radiation.

 5/4/2015 

Radiation-Producing Equipment. This new procedure sets forth the required designation of a responsible user for radiation-producing equipment and the proper management of such equipment.

 5/4/2015 

Volunteers and Visitors in Non-Clinical Radiation Use Areas. This new procedure sets forth access restrictions of UCLA volunteers and visitors to non-clinical radiation use areas, whether on- or off-campus.

 1/1/2016 

Pol 995
  

Dual Use Research of Concern (DURC). This new policy implements the requirements of the U.S. Government Policy for Oversight of Life Sciences Dual Use Research of Concern and the UC DURC Policy. This policy applies to life sciences research that involves agents and toxins of concern as listed in the policy.

 1/1/2016 

Pol 996
  

Chemical and Physical Research Safety. This new policy outlines the Chemical & Physical Safety Committee's responsibilities and authority to develop, recommend, update and maintain policies and procedures applicable to chemical and physical healthy and safety practices at UCLA, including the implementation and enforcement of the policy.

 7/1/1998 

Student Certificates of Disability. The subject matter contained in this rescinded procedure may be found at the Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) web site.

 9/22/2004 

Approval for Use of Laboratory Animal Subjects. Change of Responsible Department Contact for rescinded Procedure 1110.1 to Judith Brookshire, Director OPRS.

 7/16/2001 

Approval for Use of Laboratory Animal Subjects. This procedure has been rescinded.

 9/22/2004 

Acquisition of Laboratory Animal Subjects. Change of Responsible Department Contact for rescinded Procedure 1110.2 to Judith Brookshire, Director OPRS.

 7/16/2001 

Acquisition of Laboratory Animal Subjects. This procedure has been rescinded.

 9/22/2004 

Annual Report to U.S. Department of Agriculture - Animal Subjects Used in Actual Research or Experimentation. Change of Responsible Department Contact for rescinded Procedure 1110.3 to Judith Brookshire, Director OPRS.

 7/16/2001 

Annual Report to U.S. Department of Agriculture - Animal Subjects Used in Actual Research or Experimentation. This procedure has been rescinded.

 5/18/1999 

Pol 1210
  

UCLA Endowed Chairs. This policy has been rescinded effective as May 18, 1999. The subject matter covered in this policy may be found at The UCLA Call, Appendix 18, Policies and Procedures for UCLA Endowed Chairs, Endowments, and Professorial Name Chairs, and is based upon UCOP APM Policy 191, Policy on Endowed Chairs & Professorships.
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