|CMP 213 : Establishment of Sale and Resale Activities|
To define when the university may engage in sale and resale activities and to establish guidelines for compliance with the overall University mission in accordance with applicable Federal and State laws and Arizona Board of Regents Policy 1-105 regarding competition with free enterprise.
Arizona Revised Statutes § 41 2753
Arizona Board of Regents Policy Manual 1-105
State law and regents policy require the university to avoid competition with private enterprise. Unless specifically authorized by statute, the university may not provide to the general public goods, services, or facilities that are practically available from private enterprise unless the provision of the goods, service, or facility offers a valuable educational or research experience for students as part of their education or fulfills the public service mission of the university. In addition, the university may not provide to students, faculty, staff, or invited guests goods, services, or facilities that are practically available from private enterprise except as authorized by the Board of Regents.
All University Dept/Units, both on campus and off campus (statewide) sites.
Authorized NAU Sale and Resale Activities
Student and Departmental Account Services
NAU Bookstore (under contract with Follet)
Fronske Heath Center
Dental Hygiene Clinic
Central Ticket Office
Wall Aquatic Center
All new sale and resale activities must be approved by the Vice President for Finance & Administration.
Sale and Resale Activity
A program that sells goods and or services primarily to individuals for personal use rather than to university departments or programs for official use. Payments made by individuals are the primary source of revenue for a resale activity.
A person who enters a campus for an educational, research, or public service activity, and not primarily to purchase or receive goods or services not related to the educational, research, or public service activities of the university.
A program that sells goods and/or services primarily to university departments or programs for official use. Interdepartmental billings are the primary source of revenue for a service center.
Requests will be submitted to the Comptroller's Office. If the request is approved, the Comptroller's Office will forward the request to the Vice President for Finance & Administration for final review and approval.
CMP 108 - Sales Tax
CMP 202 Establishment of Dept/Units
CMP 214 Rental of NAU Facilities
CMP 301-01 Deposits of University Funds
CMP 301-04 Authorization to Accept Credit Cards
CMP 306 NAU Event Ticketing
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