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This document is intended to ensure sufficient space for mice with litters that will allow pups to develop to weaning without detrimental effects, and to house adult mice in space that is sufficient for their needs. This Standard is a blend of the requirements in the 8th edition of the Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals and the long-standing, performance-based UNC policy.
The standards and procedures described in this document provide guidance to all researchers and animal handlers for the responsibility of the Principal Investigator (PI) to ensure that all institutional regulations are implemented within the PI maintained areas, for animals maintained and tested for limited periods greater than 12 hours for USDA-regulated species and 24 hour for non-USDA regulated species.
The standards and procedures described in this document provide guidance to all researchers and animal handlers for the establishment and maintenance of a Satellite Animal Facility.
Research Service Centers (RSCs), also known as cores, core facilities, recharge or service centers, support the research enterprise by providing researchers and scientists with access to infrastructure, scientific technologies, and services that are normally beyond the technical or financial capability of individual Principal Investigators (PIs). Universities that perform Federally-funded research are required to have costing policies that comply with 2 CFR §200 Subpart E.
Accepting a fixed price agreement involves a degree of risk because the University must complete all work even if the costs exceed the amount of the agreement. In addition to mitigating the risks associated with accepting fixed price agreements, the University must also ensure that relevant costs are assigned to the appropriate project and that the necessary processes are in place to assure consistency in estimating, accumulating, and reporting costs.
The University must adhere to Federal, State, and University guidelines regarding financial oversight of sponsored projects to receive funding. The purpose of this Operating Standard is to ensure that effort statements completed in connection with University sponsored projects are accurate, reasonably reflect the actual level of effort expended on a sponsored project, and comply with sponsor requirements.
An awareness of the co-dependent relationship between departments and the Office of Sponsored Research (OSR) underscores the significant impact each has in producing accurate, timely reports to sponsors and helps maximize expenditures efficiently. This operating standard provides common protocols for maintaining sponsored award accounts that uphold the integrity of research at the University.
Prepaid cards allow business to be conducted more efficiently and effectively in specific situations. It is necessary to determine the acceptable circumstances to use this process and the methods by which they must be managed.
Research Administration Management System and eSubmission (RAMSeS) is used to create and manage the official University record for each sponsored project in a consistent, efficient manner. Each record contains both financial and compliance information necessary for proposal submission as well as award management once an award is funded.
This Standard to the Policy on Enterprise Data Governance describes the roles, responsibilities, and scope of authority of the Enterprise Data Coordinating Committee (EDCC), Data Trustees, Data Stewards, Data Managers (comprising the Data Governance Oversight Group (DGOG)), and Data Custodians in distributed Units. Further, this Standard defines data types that comprise University "Enterprise Data" and identifies the scope of authority for governance of each role and group.
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's (UNC-Chapel Hill) Information Classification Standard defines a structure for the University's institutional information. This Standard is intended to guide University Constituents in recognizing the types of University Information they handle in order to better safeguard that information. This Standard takes into account the open, information sharing mission of the University's academic culture.
This Standard provides requirements for the procurement of accessible Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”). Implementing this standard will ensure that all individuals have access to Digital Material purchased by or on behalf of the University in compliance with the Policy on Digital Accessibility and with governing law.
This Standard sets out the minimum requirements for creating accessible Digital Content, Resources, and Technology (“Digital Material”) to advance the University’s commitment to providing equitable access in compliance with the University Policy on Digital Accessibility. Accessibility is a shared responsibility among those who maintain University Digital Material.
To provide guidance for individuals and units on responsibilities for managing suppliers of Information Technology (IT) services, software, and systems. To manage risk to university information and other assets by creating clearer communication and understanding between vendors and University staff. To define required security controls monitoring activities.
To guide University Constituents in preserving the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of University information and information systems. Access controls are intended to minimize inappropriate exposure of University information by limiting system access to authorized individuals.