Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
The purpose of this policy is to assure that the Kennesaw State University community and property are protected when granting access to University facilities. This policy provides guidelines to assure that access to University facilities is properly vetted. This policy also complies with the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia existing policy regarding background investigations and positions of trust.
Kennesaw State University (KSU) recognizes that alternative work schedules offer creative approaches for completing work while promoting balance between work life and personal life. As a result, KSU has implemented guidelines for establishing alternative work schedules.
This policy provides clarification of Kennesaw State University requirements and procedures for acquiring consulting services. The Office of Procurement and Contracting (OPC) facilitates acquiring consulting services to help ensure specific objectives, measurements of performance, and performance timelines are included in the consulting services agreement. The OPC also ensures consultants are selected in accordance with the state's competitive bidding and selection criteria.
The purpose of this policy is to assure the required reviews and approvals occur before contracts are signed on behalf of Kennesaw State University.
This policy details the appropriate use of Kennesaw State University Electronic Mail (email) accounts and service. End-user and administrative responsibilities are outlined as they relate to the use of email as a communication medium for university business.
This policy serves to establish the minimum information security practices for Kennesaw State University technology resources, devices, and associated communication. This policy is intended to provide direction on university security practices designed to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of campus information.
This policy fulfills the Environmental and Occupational Safety (EOS) requirements as outlined by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia policy and establishes a University Safety Council at Kennesaw State University.
The purpose of this policy is to: 1) provide a consistent approach to approval and treatment of fees at Kennesaw State University; 2) provide clear documentation for purposes/specific uses of fees; 3) ensure that student elective fee expenditures are in line with their documented purpose and directly benefit the students who paid the fees; and, 4) outline a method for annual monitoring of fees for inactivity, applicability, and/or accumulating balances.
Flora B. Devine was the General Counsel and Special Assistant to the President in the Division of Legal Affairs at Kennesaw State University. The materials in the Flora Devine Files include meeting minutes and agendas, program evaluations, surveys, copies of electronic mail, memoranda, letters, invitations, by-laws, invoices, newsletters, leaflets, brochures, reports, programs, notes, and other files relating to various programs/projects and one conference.
This policy provides guidance that ensures Kennesaw State University's investments are effectively initiated, monitored, and evaluated in a manner that is in compliance with the laws of the state of Georgia and the rules established by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia, and that they are appropriately deployed in support of the University’s primary missions.
The purpose of this policy is to strengthen accountability and organizational structure for monitoring internal controls of financial transactions at Kennesaw State University. The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia delegates primary financial and fiduciary responsibility to a university’s president who is responsible for establishing a sound internal control environment.
This policy covers the use of Kennesaw State University’s wireless and wired network access, and provides guidance for appropriate usage of wireless and wired resources available to the Kennesaw State University community. This policy supports the free and open exchange of information and the provision of technology to advance the educational purposes for the University’s students, faculty, and staff while also protecting data confidentiality and integrity.
This policy defines usage requirements for Kennesaw State University open computer labs and technology classrooms. Through the utilization of the safeguards described herein, these classrooms and labs support the mission of the University while also protecting the physical and logical assets contained therein.
This policy establishes a uniform process by which Kennesaw State Univerity policy is created, authorized, and maintained. Guidelines and format are provided for policy sponsors and writers in addition to a detailed chart that shows review and approval actions by shared governance bodies and University leadership.