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The purpose of this procedure is to set criteria that determine if a lease may meet the requirements of a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Capital Lease and if the equipment should be recorded as a capital asset.
This Procedure provides guidance on fabricated equipment of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, when it qualifies for capitalization, and the appropriate preparation of purchase orders when acquiring components of a fabricated piece of equipment that may qualify as capital equipment.
This Procedure provides the guidelines to be followed in transferring capital equipment to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This procedure provides basic guidance related to the purchasing and trading-in of capital equipment.
This procedure provides the guidelines related to gifts/donations of capital equipment to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
This policy clarifies the channels of acquisition for equipment that is added to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's database for financial reporting.
The State of North Carolina requires competitive bidding for all items not available on State Term Contracts. The policy clarifies the dollar thresholds for the bid types and provides an estimated time line for each type.
The University provides individual health insurance coverage to eligible temporary, full-time postdoctoral appointments under a major medical policy underwritten by Blue Cross/Blue Shield of North Carolina and managed by Hill, Chesson and Woody.
To maintain appropriate fiscal reporting and ensure internal controls are met to prevent fraud, all imprest checking account, payroll account, accounts payable account, and petty cash account custodians must reconcile their accounts and report outstanding liabilities during the previous fiscal year at the conclusion of the current fiscal year to Cash Management.
The purpose of the Policy on Escheats is for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to comply with North Carolina General Statute 116B, Escheats and Abandoned Property.
This policy provides for efficient ways to procure small dollar items where the financial risks to the University are low and the State of North Carolina does not require competition.
This policy conveys the requirements for the purchase of used equipment to ensure compliance with State of North Carolina procurement rules.
The University adheres to the State contracts for all types of furniture required for office and lounge areas. In general, contracts include all freight and installation in the quoted price.
This policy is to ensure compliance with the University's Small Order Policy and offer an efficient means of acquiring goods and services quickly at a lower cost.
The reason for this policy is to provide flexibility of mitigating risk associated with key procurements that require satisfactory delivery and installation by the vendor.