|Policy Number||Policy Title||Consultation Close Date|
The CSU Information Security Policies (§ 8000) require secure, reliable and timely methods to control access to information assets. Identity Access Management (IAM) is a framework that consists of governance, process, and technology to control access to information, systems, and physical resources using Electronic Identities. This policy identifies the responsibilities of CSU Campuses and the Chancellor’s Office related to Identity and Access Management.
It is the policy of the California State University (CSU) to provide direction in the administration of student organizations' funds. Student Organizations, formally recognized by the campus as defined in Executive Order (EO) 1068, generate funds through a variety of methods including (but not limited to) dues, prizes/awards from competitions, and fund raising. These funds, collected in the name of the student organization for its activities, must be used exclusively for the purpose of furthering the student organization's goals and objectives. This policy is designed to provide direction in the administration of those student organizations' funds.
|January 17, 2014|
This policy states that campuses are responsible for ensuring adequate systems of compliance and control are established and maintained.
|April 12, 2013|
This policy has not been finalized and is being provided to solicit feedback.
There are two parts to the policy:
Please be sure to read both the parts of the policy which can be found at the following links:
|May 10, 2013|
Prior to the revisions, ICSUAM 3150.01 was five different “property policies.” Rather than having five separate polices, the five were combined into one policy titled, Administration of University Property. The five separate policies were as follows:
Equipment deemed to be trackable should be
|November 21, 2013|
This policy revision redefines and modernizes the definition of IT contracts which causes specific contract general provisions to be used. It incorporates the facility maintenance tasks into the service agreement contract type. This revision also adds guidelines, resources, and reference materials to the policy page not previously supplied.
|October 16, 2013|