Policy Pipeline

Title Action Stage Unit(s) Responsible Administrator(s) Comments
Teleworking Revision Drafting and Revision UNCG Human Resources Jeanne Madorin

Summary: This policy outlines expectations surrounding telework and flex work for employees working from a remote location off campus that is neither owned nor leased by the University, such as the employee’s personal residence.

Data Integrity New Policy Drafting and Revision Assessment, Accreditation, Academic Program Planning Jodi Pettazzoni

Summary: This policy will establish a culture of data integrity on campus by addressing accountability for data entry, maintenance, and reporting for each person on campus who manage institutional data.  This policy will establish the importance of each person’s role in population of all data systems with accurate information and extraction of data into reliable reports and will outline the institution’s responsibility to train and provide support for data accountability. “Institutional data” is defined as all data generated to support the academic and administrative functions of the university, including data that falls under external laws or regulations (ex. FERPA, HIPAA, etc).  This does not include data collected or created for research purposes.

Micromobility New Policy Drafting and Revision Campus Enterprises, Business Affairs Scott Milman, Bob Shea
Travel Revision Drafting and Revision Business Affairs Bob Shea
Interpersonal Relationships New Policy Drafting and Revision University Compliance, UNCG Human Resources, Provost Julia Jackson-Newsom, Jeanne Madorin, Judy Smith
Press Policy Revision Drafting and Revision University Communications Jeff Shafer

Summary: This policy sets for the University’s policy for working with the news media.

Minors on Campus: Reporting Policy Revision Policy Advisory Group Review University Compliance, Campus Police Julia Jackson-Newsom, Paul Lester

Summary: This policy provides reporting guidelines for those in the University community who may work or interact with individuals under age 18. This policy goes beyond the reporting obligation of North Carolina General Statutes §§ 7B-101 and 7B-301, which generally only require individuals to report abuse of children under age 18 when the suspected abuse is perpetrated by a parent, guardian, custodian, or caretaker.

Access to and Retention of Research Data Revision Drafting and Revision Research and Engagement Terri L. Shelton

Summary: This policy outlines the rights and responsibilities of investigators and the institution in the use, retention, and maintenance of data produced as a result of the research enterprise of the university.