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Electronic Device and Services Technology Allowance

Beginning January 1, 2008, the Electronic Device and Service Policy establishes technology allowance payments as the primary method for staff to use electronic devices and services. Payments offset the cost of personally owned electronic devices and service for documented business need.

Change of responsibility for University numbers and/or equipment must be released through IT Telecom before contacting the vendor. Efforts to convert a University Blackberry device or activating a personal Blackberry device without instructions from IT Telecommunications may result in loss of existing voice & data services.

Electronic Device and Service Policy V.4.2

FAQ's

Forms:

Request for Electronic Device and Service Technology Allowance

Cost Override Form

Process for Calculating Technology Allowance

Technology Allowance Rates

Employee Agreement for University Owned Electronic Device and Sevices