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Policy Tools and Development
University policies under the Division of Finance and Operations are owned by a Responsible Office. Representatives of these offices work closely with the Policy Office to draft, consult stakeholders, present for approval, promulgate and maintain their policies.
A formal process is followed when creating Division policy.
Policy Development Process
- Formulation and Issuance of University Policies and Procedures (1.1)
- The first step in policy development, the impact statement is a brief document that proposes a new policy. The document describes the background, justification, and the likely impact of the new policy. It is presented to the President's Cabinet for endorsement.
- A standard format used to facilitate consistency, clarity and conciseness across all policy documents.
Policy Revision Form
- A brief document that proposes revisions to an existing policy or procedure. The document identifies the type of change, the affected policy section(s) and the impact it will have on the University.
Helpful Policy Documents
Policy Glossary & Style Reference
- Use this reference to learn about the terms used in policy development and guidelines for writing policies and policy documents.
- Utilize this list of responsibilities to guide you through each stage of the policy development process.
Stakeholder Letter Template
- Template used when the Editorial Group, Responsible Office or Policy Office invites comments on the draft policy in relation to its likely impact on members of the University community.
In the development process, policies receive rigorous review by one or both standing committees: President's Cabinet and Policy Advisory Group.
President's Cabinet, comprised of University executives, meets semi-monthly and applies an institutional perspective to reviewing/endorsing policies.
- Robert O. Kelley - President
- Tom DiLorenzo- VP for Academic Affairs / Provost
- Alice Brekke - VP for Finance & Operations
- Lori Reesor - VP for Student Affairs
- Josh Wynne - VP for Health Affairs
- Susan Walton - VP for University & Public Affairs
- Barry Milavetz - Interim VP for Research & Economic Development
- Julie Evans - General Counsel
- Peter Johnson - Executive Associate VP for University Relations
- Brian Faison - Director of Athletics
- Josh Riedy - Vice Provost / Chief Strategy Officer
- Sharly Kurtz - Staff Senate Representative
- Melissa Gjellstad - University Senate Representative
- DeAnna Carlson Zink - UND Alumni Association and Foundation CEO
- Tanner Franklin - Student Body President
- Pat Bohnet - Executive Assistant to the President
Policy Advisory Group
Completed policy drafts are “reality-tested” by the Policy Advisory Group (PAG), made up of broad University representation, under the direction of the Vice President for Finance & Operations. Upon PAG acceptance, a policy - in official format - is submitted to the President’s Cabinet for endorsement and the President for final approval and signature.
- Jen Rogers – Division of Finance & Operations/Finance & Operations Policy Office
- Cassie Gerhardt – Division of Student Affairs
- John Miller - Division of Academic Affairs
- Lori Swinney – Division of Academic Affairs
- David Dodds – Division of University & Public Affairs
- Judy Solberg – Division of Health Affairs
- VACANT – Division of Research & Economic Development
- Corrinne Kjelstrom – Public Safety
- Sharon Loiland – Controller
- Pat Hanson – Human Resources and Payroll Services
- Rich Lehn – Information Technology
- Janice Hallin – Facilities Management
- Erin O'Leary – Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC)
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