Published June 17, 2020
When a policy or policy revision is needed in a time frame that does not allow for the full feedback and approval process as a result of urgent needs, an interim policy or interim revision to an existing policy may be implemented and published in the University Policy Library. The interim policy or revision must undergo the complete policy process if the interim policy or change is to be made permanent.
The University at Buffalo is committed to supporting and promoting a culture of compliance and accountability in which members of the university community act in an ethical, honest, and lawful manner. The university establishes policies to set behavior expectations, align operations, and communicate responsibilities. University policies:
The university follows a consistent and transparent policy development, review, and approval process detailed in the procedures to Develop and Maintain a UB Policy and maintains university policies in a central policy library.
When a policy or policy revision is needed in a time frame that does not allow for the full feedback and approval process as a result of regulatory, accreditation, or other urgent needs, an interim policy may be implemented. The interim policy or policy revision must undergo the complete policy process if the interim policy is to be made permanent.
The interim policy was updated to:
This policy applies to all university policies.
This policy does not apply to:
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