The Research Space Management Group is responsible for the oversight and tracking of capital equipment purchased with research funding.
RSMG is responsible for the oversight and tracking of capital equipment purchased with research funding or situated in space allocated for research use. The Partners Research Equipment Management Policy outlines federal regulations, procedure, and equipment roles and responsibilities.
Partners must maintain a control system to prevent loss, damage, or theft of equipment. Inventory control tags may not be removed from equipment. Contact RSMG as soon as possible when equipment is lost, or when the need is identified to relocate, sell, or dispose of a piece of tagged research equipment.
RSMG conducts six in-house capital equipment audits annually. The results of these audits are critical as they are reviewed annually for compliance by external auditors as required by federal regulations. Equipment can be subject to multiple audits, so it is important to contact RSMG about all tagged equipment location and status changes so that we can continue to update our inventory records.