Fayetteville Policies and Procedures: Policy Document Update
The following Policy Document attached to the Fayetteville Policy and Procedure 702.1 Building Executives - Duties and Responsibilities has been updated.
702.1 Policy Document - Building Executives and Alternates List
Exciting updates have been made to the functionality of the Building Executives and Alternates List. In the past, individuals would send an email to the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration to update the personnel on the list. Now, thanks to the new format, changes can be requested through the policy website at Building Executives and Alternates List. Employees needing to make edits can search their specific building or can select the list all button. Once the building is found, edits may be requested by clicking on the pencil tool in the far right column. This will prompt the user to log in with their UARK username and password. The user can request changes to the list by providing the name and contact information of the Building Executive or Alternate, or users may indicate that the position is vacant. Note that there are separate rows for the Executive and the Alternate, please be sure of which one is being edited. After the edits have been submitted, an email will be sent showing the requested changes as well as the original information. Once the edits have been approved by the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration, the update will appear in the Building Executives and Alternates policy document related to Fayetteville Policies and Procedures 702.1 - Building Executives - Duties and Responsibilities.
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Jolenda Hott, executive assistant
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration
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