Cornell University’s Board of Trustees delegates significant procurement authority for the acquisition of goods and services from external sources on the university’s behalf. This authority is ultimately delegated to designated purchasing agents and contracting officers.
Cornell University formally approves, issues, and maintains in a consistent format, official university policies in a central policy library. Individuals engaged in developing and maintaining university policies must follow the requirements outlined in this document for drafting, approving, revi
Cornell University allows the use of approved video surveillance systems through a transparent process, subject to rules governing equipment installation and employment, and use of the resulting recorded material.
Cornell University may change its operating status during and surrounding periods of inclement weather. At such times, the university has a prescribed method for evaluation and communication of these changes to university staff, faculty, and students.
Cornell University organizes, coordinates, and directs available resources toward an effective response to, and recovery from, any emergency. The effectiveness of this effort is dependent on the development of periodic review of comprehensive plans.
Cornell University requires that departments and units maintain control of all devices and systems that provide access to university facilities and vehicles. This includes possession, issuance of copies, and storage of keys and other access devices.