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UAB Policy
The UAB Enterprise Code of Conduct sets forth the standards of behavior expected of all UAB community members.
UAB Policy
The purpose of effort reporting is to comply with federal government mandates to ensure the proper charging of labor costs to federally and non-federally sponsored activities at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). This includes salaries, wages, and benefits.
UAB Policy
Justification for the purchase or lease of a cellular telephone or for the payment of a contract for ongoing air time charges must be approved by the appropriate Vice President. Approval may only be granted when the use of a cellular telephone best meets a particular institutional communication need and not for user convenience.
UAB Policy
This policy strictly prohibits the pillaging of trash on UAB's campus and defines the requirements for trash collection and disposal.
UAB Policy
This policy details the parameters of collections management for the Institute for Visual Arts (UAB Visual Arts Gallery).
UAB Policy
All UAB expenditure requests must be deemed appropriate and signed by at least two authorized UAB employees.
UAB Policy
There are three designated libraries within the University of Alabama at Birmingham: Lister Hill Library; Mervyn H. Sterne Library; and Reynolds Historical Library.
UAB Policy
Membership in certain local civic organizations will be in the form of institutional memberships covering the entire university and all its departments, including the hospital, the schools, Central Administration, and the Auxiliary Services.
UAB Policy
The university’s financial management structure permits each of the schools, University Hospital, and Auxiliary Services to maintain separate financial identities for internal accounting purposes.
UAB Policy
The practice of allowing investment income to be redistributed to schools and departments is discontinued. Investment earnings are treated as institutional funds, the use of which will be controlled by the President.