What gets tagged? All equipment $2500 or greater and all personal computers, laptops, and tablets (regardless of cost) are tagged and added to the university’s property records. If departments have other university owned items that they would like tracked such as digital cameras, they can call the Property Management office to make arrangements to have this done.
How do I get a copy of my department’s property records? Any department in need of a copy of its property records can call or e-mail the Property Management Office anytime. A copy of the departmental inventory can be routed via e-mail to the requestor.
What information do I need to provide to Property Management to help maintain my inventory’s accuracy? Property Management will handle new additions to the asset records either through on-site visits to tag new equipment or by requesting property detail via e-mail and forwarding an asset tag through campus mail. A timely response to these requests for property information such as serial numbers and locations will ensure your newly acquired equipment gets added to your department’s asset records. Completing the TAMS Asset form if assets are stolen, moved to another location, or transferred to another department, will help the Property Management Office keep your inventory as current as possible.
What about PCard Purchases? Any computer purchases made using a P-Card must be reported to Property Management so they can be added to the University's property records. This notification can be accomplished via an e-mail detailing the Make, Model, Serial#, Location, and Cost.
What should I do if there is a problem with my department’s property records? If you notice any discrepancies or inaccuracies in your property records contact the Property Management Office. We will review your department’s records and if necessary, schedule a physical inventory of your department.