Publication and Access
The information in the Administrative Policy Manuals is
public information and must be made available to all employees.
Procedures for Publication and Notification
Once approved, the new or revised policy is posted on the Administrative Policy Web site and information about the policy is made available
on the corresponding manual's revision page. Electronic notification
of new and revised policy sections is sent out to registered users on
Friday, as necessary.
This procedure applies to the UC Davis Policy and Procedure Manual and UCD Procedures for the Personnel
Policies for Staff Members.
Standards for Employee Access
Departments will continue to be responsible for providing access
to policy information to their employees. This will typically be implemented
electronically. Other options may include posting a notice of changes,
sending campus or U.S. mail to off-campus sites, printing paper copies,
or other appropriate methods.
Departments that decide to discontinue updating their policy binders
from the web should recycle or destroy the policy manuals.
For business purposes, the department head must designate an employee
to subscribe to receive notification of policy changes.
- Central administrative offices
It is recommended that central administrative offices (for example,
deans' and vice chancellors' offices) maintain a hard-copy manual
in case of power outage, server failure, or other cases where employees
may not have electronic access to manuals.
Printable versions of each policy section have been integrated into
this Web site.
- Central campus/UCDHS access
UC Davis libraries, both on campus and at UCDHS, can provide access
to the manuals, both by paper and electronically.
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