State Inventory Requirements waived through June 30, 2022.
Univeristy (State) Physical Inventory - The physical inventory of University owned assets with a total cost equal to or greater than $5,000. These inventories are distributed to campus each non-biennium year and are due back to the Equipment Inventory Office within 90 days .
There are no extentions beyond the established due date. Should you believe additional time will be required please request your listing be provided early.
Each non-biennium year (even years), the Equipment Inventory Office (EIO):
- Mails the following to the department inventory contacts:
- Cover letter with instructions
- Inventory listings of all University titled equipment assigned to the department
- Mails a memo to department heads advising them when completed inventories are due
Department Inventory Contact:
- Locates each piece of the University titled equipment assigned to the department and verifies that it is:
- In use (arranges for disposal if it is not in use)
- Accurately tagged (tags or retags if necessary)
- Correctly listed in the OASIS database (updates the printed listing where necessary)
- May make updates in OASIS except for disposals or tag number changes
- Provides the updated original listing to the department head or a representative for a signature
- Makes a copy for department records
- Retains copy for three (3) years
- Scans and emails or mails a completed and signed invemtory listing back to EIO in time to meet the due date
- Responds to any requests from EIO using the Physical Inventory Response Form.
- Logs the inventory in as 'received'
- Checks the inventory, sending a memo to the department if there are any questions
- Completes any requests
- Updates the OASIS database as needed
- Sends a copy of the new inventory listing to the department
- Retains the completed original updated listing for six (6) years
EIO closely monitors departments with past due inventories. EIO contacts these departments by email and/or phone to follow-up on the inventories.
Last updated February 18, 2021