ORIGINATING OFFICE TRANSFER LOG
Table of Contents:
- General Information
- Exhibit and Instructions
- Form Requirements
- Number of Copies and Ultimate Distribution
- Where To Send Completed Forms
- Contact Information
- Cross References
Basic control methods are required when any tangible item (anything of value other than equipment) is transferred from one party to another. Examples of items of value are, but not limited to, money, checks, tickets, pre-numbered documents, and controlled documents.
There are two types of transfers than can occur. The first is a direct transfer between two parties consisting of an "originator" and a "receiver." The Originating Office Transfer Log form is used for those transfers. The second is a transfer between two parties consisting of an "originator" and a "receiver" via one or more intermediate parties or "couriers." In those instances, a "Courier Transfer Log" would be used.
The party initiating a transfer will initiate an Originating Office Transfer Log. The party receiving a transfer will sign the document indicating receipt of the item.
Each party generating an Originating Office Transfer Log will retain the log on file as evidence of transfer of accountability.
It will be the responsibility of the Financial Officer to insure that Procedure CR2004 Accountability for Transfers of Items of Value (except equipment) is properly implemented in their respective areas.
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|Document:||Ultimate Distribution:||Retention Period:||Disposition Method:|
|Original||Originating Office||End of fiscal year plus 2 years||Paper Document = Secure Bin disposal or shred|
Originating Office retains possession of completed forms.
For questions, additional details, or to request changes to this form, contact Office of Systems & Procedures.
- Policy AD35 University Archives and Records Management
- Policy FN17 Required Use of Approved University Forms Appearing in the General University Reference Utility
- Procedure CR2004 Accountability for Transfers of Items of Value (except equipment)