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Issue No. 25 | Published 3/20/17

Human Resources and the AFSA staff have scheduled an informative session in GEB A104 for Tuesday, March 28, from 8:30 - 9:30 AM. Participants are asked to arrive between 8:15 - 8:30 AM to sign in. Breakfast will be provided.  
  • Donna Lenoir, Employment Team Leader in HR, will address changes in background checks.
  • AFSA staff will discuss the faculty annual evaluation (APPR) process, documents, scanning and submission to their office.
To register for this event, please click on this link -  If you have any problems registering, email Lisa Zeigler ( and she will register you for this session.

David Miller, CFO, has approved a revision to fiscal policy FI0730 – Telephones and Other Communication Devices. The revised policy is effective February 13, 2017 and is now on the policy web site.
FI0730 – Telephones and Other Communication Devices - The University’s fiscal policy on telephones, FI0730 – Telephones and Other Communication Devices, has been updated to remove the requirement for employees to review monthly statements. With personal cell phones becoming common and the cost of long distance calls decreasing, this requirement appears to be obsolete. Instead, employees should only use University phones for personal long distances calls in the case of an emergency. Employees are to notify their supervisor about the emergency long distance calls and may be asked for reimbursement depending on campus or departmental policies.  Thanks to Aaron Haynes at the Health Science Center for suggesting this change.
  • All UT research personnel should be listed in SP prior to routing a research proposal so that they will be prompted to complete their research conflict of interest discourse within Evisions.
  • All UT research personnel should be advised at the time of hire to complete the CITI conflict of interest module if they will be working on research projects and that they should be set up in IRIS to have access to SP. Instructions regarding Evisions/Cayuse access are located here:

Wire Transfers and Deposit Notifications

Business managers and budget assistants are asked to notify the Bursar's Office in advance of any expected wire transfers and deposits in order for the monies to be properly distributed in a timely manner.  Contact Tammi Redmond ( or Deborah Williams ( for additional assistance.
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