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EP5: Asset Protection

Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Area Commission

    2-1-0 GP 1: Governance Commitment

    2-2-0 GP 2: Governing Style

    2-3-0 GP 3: Code of Conduct

    2-4-0 GP 4: Commission Job Description

    2-5-0 GP 5: Commission Operations

    2-6-0 GP 6: Committee Principles

    2-7-0 GP 7: Chairperson's Role

    2-8-0 GP 8: Annual Planning and Evaluation Cycle

    2-9-0 EP 1: General Executive Constraint

    2-10-0 EP 2: Communication and Counsel to the Commission

    2-11-0 EP 3: Budgeting

    2-12-0 EP 4: Financial Condition

    2-13-0 EP 5: Asset Protection

    2-14-0 EP 6: Compensation and Benefits

    2-15-0 CPR 1: Delegation to the President

    2-16-0 CPR 2: President's Responsibilities

    2-17-0 CPR 3: Monitoring Presidential Performance

    2-18-0 Mission Statement

  3. Information Technology
  4. Plans and Analysis
  5. Marketing
  6. Financial Affairs
  7. Facilities Management
  8. Human Resources and Employee Relations
  9. Development
  10. Procurement and Inventory Control
  11. Auxiliary Enterprises and Printing Services
  12. Public Safety
  13. Academic Affairs
  14. Learning Resources
  15. Continuing Education and Economic Development
  16. Admissions and Registrar
  17. Student Services

NUMBER: 2-13-0 APPROVED DATE: 01-01-1998

LEGAL AUTHORITY: S.C. CODE ANN. §§59-53-410 to -440 (1997)

The President shall ensure assets of the college are maintained and protected from unnecessary risk.

Accordingly, the President may not:

  1. Fail to insure against property and casualty losses in amounts consistent with replacement values or against liability losses to Commission members, staff, or the college itself, in amounts consistent with limits of coverage obtained by the sixteen colleges in the state technical college system.
  2. Allow personnel  who are not bonded access to material amounts of funds.
  3. Permit plant and equipment to be subjected to improper wear and tear or inadequate maintenance.
  4. Unnecessarily expose the college, the Commission, or staff to claims of liability.
  5. Receive, process, or disburse funds under controls that are not sufficient to meet the generally accepted accounting principles.
  6. Acquire, encumber, or dispose of real property without Commission approval.
  7. Fail to protect property, information, records and documentation from loss or damage.
  8. Dispose of surplus property without complying with state statutes and regulations.
  9. Fail to protect the college's trademarks, copyrights, and intellectual property interests.

Trident Technical College Area Commission approved Executive Parameters Policies and Commission President Relationship Policies on July 29, 1997 for adoption on January 1, 1998.

Reviewed: 02-15-2010

Reviewed: 10-03-2017