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Faculty, staff reminder: Form required to take UTSA equipment off campus


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(May 18, 2011)--In order for UTSA faculty and staff members to take UTSA equipment off campus, a Removal of Equipment form is required.

University-owned property may be removed from the campus or other UTSA facilities to be used in conducting official business of the university. Such property is not for personal use.

When an item is taken off campus, the individual assumes financial responsibility for the property. If the property is lost, stolen or damaged because of negligence, the individual must replace the item or reimburse the university for the cost of the item. Employees must notify their department’s designated inventory contact person (ICP) of all such removals.

If an asset is stolen and the removal form has not been completed, the responsible individual could be found negligent for not having proper authorization to remove UTSA equipment from campus.

For more information, contact Inventory at 210-458-4844.



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