Below are answers to several frequently asked questions.
The Policy Office develops new policies and revises existing policies through a collaborative process. Input is solicited from representatives of campus constituencies, including subject matter experts, Faculty Senate, Staff Council, Associated Students of UNM, Graduate and Professional Students Association, Deans' Council, Health Sciences Center Academic Affairs Office, Executive Vice President for Administration, Office of University Counsel, and Executive Cabinet. After the Executive Cabinet has an opportunity to review and comment on policy drafts, the entire campus community is given an opportunity to review and comment on the policy drafts during a 30-day review and comment period.
Exhibit B1 to Policy 2010 is a table representing a new streamlined version of the delegations of contract signature authority for Main Campus and the Branch Campuses. Over time, the delegations had grown to an unwieldy size, and included duplicative and expired delegations. As part of the streamlining, delegations were consolidated, duplicative and expired delegations were removed, and titles were updated. The delegations listed in Exhibit B1 are organized by contract type.
The Health Sciences Center has elected to maintain its legacy delegations of contract signature authority for the time being, which are reflected in Exhibit B2.