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RSCC Policy GA-18-02; Computer Programming Request Process
RSCC Policy GA-18-02; Computer Programming Request Process
Roane State Community College
Policy Number: GA-18-02
Subject: Computer Programming Request Process
  1. Any project requiring more than ten projected personnel days for development or modification which is not specifically mandated by the TBR or other authority must be submitted for approval.
  2. Upon receipt, a subcommittee consisting of executive officers and the director of Administrative Systems will meet to establish project priorities.
  3. The form to be used for submitting requests for computer projects is available from the Computer Center. Any question about whether a project will require ten personnel days should be addressed to the director of Administrative Systems or the Assistant Vice President of Information Technology.

Revision History: Revised: 07/01/1990, 0/18/2000, 06/25/2007
Revision Date Effective: 06/25/2007
Revision Approval By: Gary Goff, President
Original Date Effective: 01/11/1988
Original Approval By: Cuyler A. Dunbar, President
Office Responsible: Executive Vice President for Business & Finance
Reviewed: 02/27/2014

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