Proposal forms, guidelines, and further detail for the development of activities and rates.
The documents below should be completed and submitted to the office of the dean, vice chancellor or vice provost (D/VC/VP) for approval. If necessary, the D/VC/VP will forward to BIA. For detailed instructions about rate calculations, follow the step-by-step guide, Recharge Operation Workbook Version 1.0 (PDF).
For details on major aspects of rate development, non-university clients, recharge activity approval process, managing recharge activity and recharge activity review, refer to the Recharge Activities & Rates Guidelines (PDF).
Recharge Committee Meeting Schedule
|Finance, Operations & Administration (FOA): Supply Chain Management (SCM) Multiple Rates||Oct. 16, 2019||9–11 a.m.|
Student Affairs: Student Event Services
Office of Research: Animal Care Services
FOA: Capital Asset Accounting (CAA)
|Nov. 13, 2019||2–4 p.m.|
|Information & Educational Technology (IET): Application Development and Data Center||Jan. 15, 2020||2–4 p.m.|
|FOA: Design and Construction Management (DCM)||Apr. 9, 2020||2–4 p.m.|
|FOA/IET: Common Goods Assessment Services 2020–21||May 20, 2020||2–4 p.m.|
Policies and Procedures
Chapter 340, Section 25 of the PPM applies to the overall establishment, approval, operation and review of recharge activities. This document summarizes the overall policies, responsibilities and procedures associated with recharge activities. For a more detailed explanation of recharge rates and rate development, see the Detailed Guidelines for Recharge Activities and Rates.
Recent communication on revisions to PPM 340-25 and Detailed Guidelines for Recharge Activities and Rates made on February 3, 2014 can be found on the Revision – Feb 3, 2014 (PDF).