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Conflict of Interest Policy


Conflict of Interest Policy

Report concerns to:
Joseph Ombrello, Director- Purchasing (906) 227-1188 or jombrell@nmu.edu

Purpose:
Any employee conducting business with the University must, on an annual basis, disclose any possible Conflict of Interest to the University's Purchasing Department.

Applicability:
All University employees.


Policy:
University employees who would profit either directly or indirectly from a sale to, or a contract with the University, must disclose their interest to the University Purchasing Department and to their department head or immediate superior.

REFERENCES

Act 317, Public Acts of 1968 Michigan Statutes Annotated 4.170D(51), Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated 15.321-15.328.

 

 


Disclosure can be accomplished by an employee providing to the University Purchasing Department, a written annual statement explaining the extent of the employee's interest, or by attaching a statement to the Purchase Requisition sent to the University Purchasing Department.  If the employee's interest changes during the year, the employee must notify the Purchasing Department in writing, of the change.

REFERENCES

Act 317, Public Acts of 1968 Michigan Statutes Annotated 4.170D(51), Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated 15.321-15.328.

Date Approved:3-29-2000
Last Revision:3-29-2000
Last Reviewed:3-29-2000
Approved By:Board of Trustees
Oversight Unit:PURCHASING