UW-River Falls Administrative Policy
Campus Computer Replacement
This policy applies to all computers purchased with any University funding source (General Program Revenue (GPR), Program Revenue (PR), grants, etc.) The goal of this policy is to provide the best computing resources to campus within a campus budget dedicated to computer rotation.
All University-owned computers will have a rotation plan and future funding source for replacement identified and documented. The Division of Technology Services (DoTS) is responsible for creation and maintenance of this rotation plan in cooperation with Academic and Administrative units to coordinate purchasing and deployment of replacement computers.
Computer replacements for funded areas are paid for by a central University Computer Replacement account managed by the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance and DoTS. Computers paid for by other University funding sources (grants, program revenue, etc.) and are also subject to a rotation plan working with various PR areas across campus. New computers for employees supported by the GPR Central University Computer Rotation fund will be on a 5 year rotation. A per-device allowance will be given from the central pool (determined by budget allocations and Division of Technology Services) toward the cost of a replacement computer. State contract computer options provided by the Division of Technology Services will be provided to campus as options for computer replacements as computers come up for replacement.
The general assumptions of the campus computer rotation plan are as follows:
Department Chairs and Unit Directors are responsible for on-going adherence to the policy and for working cooperatively with the Division of Technology Services (DoTS) to bring their department into compliance with this policy. In consultation with Deans and Unit Heads, the Chief Information Officer will monitor the effectiveness of this policy.
The UW-River Falls Chancellor issues this policy in accordance with the Administrative Policy process.
The Division of Technology Services is responsible for the administration of this policy.
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Failure to adhere to the provisions of this policy may result in appropriate disciplinary action as provided under existing procedures applicable to students, faculty, and staff, and/or civil or criminal prosecution.
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