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217.1 - Cellular and Other Wireless Mobile Communication Devices and Services
217.1 Cellular and Other Wireless Mobile Communication Devices and Services
|P-217.1||The College may fund cellular service used for conducting college business by the following methods:
|D-217.1||Cellular service or equipment includes cellular telephones, data cards, personal digital assistants (PDAs), or other telecommunication devices that have voice, text, internet, or data capabilities, and may or may not involve a service contract.|
|Pr-217.8||Department-Shared Devices for the Department of Public Safety and Certain Continuing Education Programs
The Department of Public Safety and certain Continuing Education Programs are authorized to use College-provided cellular devices and services that are shared by personnel during their work hours. The College will maintain a record of each call. The department will establish a sign-in/sign-out log for department-assigned phones. The department supervisor will review and compare the call logs to the actual invoice for compliance. Personal calls using College-provided devices are strictly prohibited.
Employee-Provided Phone/Service With Reimbursement for Business Use
Reimbursement should be requested via the Local Travel/Mileage/Expense Reimbursement form. A copy of the invoice must be attached to the form, with the separate business-use charges clearly highlighted and submitted to the Financial Services department. Prepaid service plans are eligible for reimbursement when itemized call data is provided.
Use of Devices While Operating a Motor Vehicle
The College is not liable for any fines resulting from violation of state laws regarding cell phone use, or claims from a motor vehicle accident, which have been determined to be caused by violating such laws.