SPP 813: Code of Conduct for Business Activities
To establish appropriate employee conduct related to university business activities
Arizona Revised Statutes §§ 38–503C, –504, –505
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual 6-905
Classified, service professional, and administrative employees
Employees will adhere to the business rules of the university and their department. Inappropriate business activities as described will result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. Inappropriate business activities in the following areas that will result in disciplinary action include, but are not limited to:
Inappropriate business activities by an employee related to commercial endorsements include:
Inappropriate business activities by employees related to private endorsements include:
Inappropriate activities by an employee related to expression of private opinions through writing, any form of media, or to public officials or others include:
Inappropriate business activities relating to the purchasing of university supplies, materials, equipment, and/or contractor-type services from a university employee include:
The university’s definitive policy on awarding contracts and purchasing decisions can be found in the Purchasing and Business Services Policies and Procedures Manual.
Inappropriate business activities related to the acceptance of gifts and gratuities include:
Refer to the Purchasing and Business Services Policies and Procedures Manual—PUR 104, “Gifts and Gratuities” for the university’s definitive policy.
For additional information on conflict of interest, see Academic Affairs Policies and Procedures Manual— ACD 204–08, “Conflict of Interest.”
For related information, see:
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