Penn State - Human Resources
POLICY'S INITIAL DATE: July 1, 1965
THIS VERSION EFFECTIVE: March 24, 1993
To outline the conditions governing personal compensation for services rendered by a faculty or staff member to agencies or departments of the Commonwealth.
Every faculty or staff member (either regular or nonregular) who anticipates personal remuneration for special work for any state agency or department will submit a written statement to the President of the University through his or her dean or administrative officer covering the following points:
Service for personal compensation may be undertaken only after receipt of written approval from the President of the University. Compensation for such work will be approved only when the University can assert formally that the additional work involved will not interfere or conflict with the faculty or staff member's obligations to the University itself.
Other Policies in this Manual should also be referenced, especially:
HR35 - Public Service by Members of the Faculty and Staff.
HR80 - Private Consulting Practice.