Office of the President
UC Policies - BFB-G-28 Travel Regulations have undergone technical updates in accordance with IRS Notice 2019-20 (effective January 1, 2019): Mileage reimbursement rate for private vehicles and vehicles loaned to the University for assignment to employees has increased from 54.5 cents per mile to 58 cents per mile; and Mileage reimbursement rate for driving an automobile in connection with a move or relocation has increased from 18 cents a mile to 20 cents a mile.
UC Policies - BFB-G-41 Employee Non-Cash Awards and Other Gifts has undergone technical review (effective January 1, 2019) to reflect the change in the pre-tax monthly parking pass or transit pass limit provided as an employee achievement award from $260 to $265 per month.
Sec. 700-40: Policy on Credit and Debit Card Acceptance and Security has been revised to clarify: that the policy applies to credit card processing at UCI including UCI Merchants, Service Providers, and Third Party Merchants; and Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) processes and requirements.
Sec. 900-15: became effective on January 7, 2019. The campus received comments from the public between June 29 and November 30, 2018, after the UCI Major Events Interim Policy was announced to the UCI community. A team of experts from Student Affairs, Strategic Communications, UCIPD, Chancellor’s Office, Facilities, Administrative Policies, Campus Counsel, the UC National Center for Free Speech and Civic Engagement and the UCI School of Law reviewed the comments and revised the interim policy. The policy has enabled - and will continue to enable - sponsors to plan and host successful events on campus while ensuring the safety and security of the UCI community and its guests by using content- and viewpoint-neutral factors to identify events that can benefit from additional planning.
Sec. 905-50: have been issued to: implement the UC Clery Act Policy at UCI (including the campus and the Medical Center); assist the campus community to understand, and comply with, Clery Act requirements; and provide UCI-specific guidance on reporting obligations, responsibilities, and contact information.
Sec. 900-23: has been issued to interpret the term “disruption” in Section 102.13 of the University of California Policies Applying to Campus Activities, Organizations and Students and in similar contexts; detail how the UCI community can prevent and will respond to disruptions of University activities in real time; and detail the potential consequences for disrupting University activities.
Office of the President
UC Policies - PPSM-30: Compensation has been updated to remove the annual salary increase limit language. The revision was in support of the University’s commitment to pay equity and in light of Assembly Bill 168.
UC Policies - PPSM-20: Recruitment and Promotion and PPSM 21: Selection and Appointment have undergone technical review in support of the University’s commitment to pay equity and in light of Assembly Bill 168. Language was added to both policies stating that the University: (1) will not request or rely on an applicant’s or candidate’s salary history in determining salary or whether to offer employment; and (2) will provide the pay scale for a position upon reasonable request by the applicant or candidate.
The following UC Policies were rescinded:
- BFB-G-39: Conflict of Interest (COI) Policy, and Compendium of Specialized University Policies, Guidelines and Regulations Related to COI - the policy’s updated substance is now in the Guidance on Compendium of Conflict of Interest and Integrity Policies.
- Because their provision language has been incorporated into the recently issued and revised Policy on Discrimination, Harassment, and Affirmative Action in the Workplace)
- PPSM-12: Nondiscrimination in Employment
- PPSM-14: Affirmative Action
- Because applicable language has been incorporated into the recently issued and revised BFB-IS-3: Electronic Information Security Policy)
- BFB-IS-2: Inventory, Classification, and Release of University Electronic Information
- BFB-IS-10: Systems Development Standards