New Equipment Budget Policy
New hires, internal promotions and role changes represent a significant organizational expense both in the procurement and setup/delivery of company resources. Resources include desktop computers, monitors, laptops, mobile devices, security tokens, printers, software and other items needed for employees to perform their work.
This policy from TechRepublic Premium provides a framework for the IT department to budget and track expenses associated with provisioning new employees or employees changing roles and requiring additional equipment.
From the policy:
The accounting/finance department is responsible for providing hiring managers and the IT department with approved budget plans and purchase procedures. Failure to make appropriate arrangements with the hiring manager and accounting/finance can result in payroll deductions for any items improperly purchased using an organizational account. Alternatively, employees may submit expense reports for reimbursement of personal funds used to procure equipment, so long as these reports are approved by the accounting/finance department.
The download comprises a six-page PDF and two Word documents.
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