News & Updates
|03/31/2015 - 15:29||Ethics||
Additional Suspected Fraud, Waste and Abuse Reporting Options: It is the policy of UNT System and its campuses to identify and promptly investigate any possibility of fraudulent or related dishonest activities against UNT System or one of its campuses and, when appropriate, to pursue legal remedies available under the law. Another option for reporting suspected fraud, waste and abuse in addition to reporting it to a UNT System or campus organization is directly reporting the suspected incident to the State Auditor's Office. The State Auditor's telephone number is 1-800-TX-AUDIT (892-8348) and their website is http://sao.fraud.state.tx.us.
|03/11/2013 - 10:53||Ask Records Management||
The UNT Records Management Program has released a new web-based inquiry system. Users can submit records management questions, issues and problems through this online system and track the status of a question until it is answered.
Please submit any inquiries here (UNT EUID Logon Required): Ask Records Management.
You can check the status of a ticket that you have submitted or add additional notes here: myPortal
|03/11/2013 - 10:52||Contact||
Institutional Compliance is located in the Hurley Administration Building, suite 135. Please call or email for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Institutional Compliance Staff
Web Based Hotline Reporting
Compliance Telephone Hotline (this option does not allow anonymous reporting)
|03/11/2013 - 10:50||Legal Resources||
Federal Laws and Regulations
Texas Laws and Regulations
|03/11/2013 - 10:49||UNT System and Campus Resources||
If you have specific questions pertaining to any of the UNT business units listed below, please click on the link below.
|03/11/2013 - 10:47||Hotline||
|03/11/2013 - 10:42||Guide to Reporting a Concern or Complaint||
The following information was developed to assist in determining where to report a particular type of concern or complaint. This information is provided to assist UNT System, UNT, and UNT Dallas employees in directing any question, concern, or complaint they may have pertaining to any type of alleged inappropriate act, conduct, or compliance with federal or state laws or UNT System or campus policies.
The first step should always be to resolve the question, concern, or complaint using the supervisory chain-of-command. If the issue involves someone in the supervisory chain, employees should report the matter to the next higher supervisor, manager, or unit head, however, when in doubt you may always contact any of the units listed in this guidance, Internal Audit, Human Resources, Office of Equal Opportunity, UNT System or campus Police, Institutional Compliance, and possibly the Office of the Ombuds, if UNT related.
If the unit contacted is not the appropriate point-of-contact for the particular issue being raised, that unit will refer the issue to the appropriate UNT System or campus unit for resolution. We sincerely hope that this guidance is truly beneficial in identifying the appropriate unit to report your question, concern, or complaint to.
--Your UNT System Compliance Team
|03/11/2013 - 10:37||Building Upon the Mission: Everyone Plays a Part||
The University of North Texas System and its campuses are committed to conducting themselves with the highest integrity and in compliance with all laws. They are dedicated to ensuring that its faculty, staff, and administration understand the requirements of applicable laws, and that they have access to the training and guidance they need to carry out their duties in an effective and ethical manner. The UNT System and its campuses have extensive record keeping, tracking, and oversight mechanisms for ensuring compliance, and they are committed to their continuous review and improvement.
Institutional Compliance Mission Statement: To reinforce and support a culture at UNT System Institutions which builds compliance consciousness into their daily activities and operations throughout each area of our University and encourages each employee to conduct UNT System and campus business with the highest standards of honesty and integrity.
Institutional Compliance is an independent arm of management with a mission of establishing an Institutional Compliance program that clearly demonstrates UNT System's total commitment to the highest standards of ethics and compliance with all applicable regulatory requirements by its faculty, staff, and students.
Additional Suspected Fraud, Waste and Abuse Reporting Options: It is the policy of UNT System and its campuses to identify and promptly investigate any possibility of fraudulent or related dishonest activities against UNT System or one if its campuses and, when appropriate, to pursue legal remedies available under the law. Another option for reporting suspected fraud, waste and abuse in addition to reporting it to a UNT System or campus organization is directly reporting the suspected incident to the State Auditor's Office. The State Auditor's telephone number is 1-800-TX-AUDIT (892-8348) and their website is http://sao.fraud.state.tx.us.
|03/07/2013 - 15:28||Compliance||
What is Compliance? Compliance at the individual employee level is knowing and doing what is right in conducting UNT System and campus business. As far as at the institutional level, it is applying sound management practices in conducting UNT System and campus business to achieve our organizational goals and objectives, while maintaining the highest standards of ethics and compliance. Compliance is accurately identifying what UNT System and campus risks are and ensuring that UNT system and campus resources are allocated in such a manner that provides reasonable assurance to executive management that UNT System's most damaging risks are adequately controlled.
Institutional Compliance Program objectives include:
Some Principle Functions of the Program Include:
Compliance Monitoring Includes:
|03/05/2013 - 16:15||Institutional Compliance Coordinating Committee (Only applies to UNT)||
Institutional Compliance, as part of its responsibility to provide on-going assurance of compliance with applicable regulatory requirements has identified the need to reestablish a Compliance Committee with campus-wide representation to assist in addressing UNT risks, as needed. This Committee also assists Institutional Compliance in appropriately addressing campus-wide compliance concerns, issues, and challenges, to include the timely satisfying of any immediate regulatory requirements.
An important benefit for establishing this Committee is it provides an effective mechanism towards tracking progress in meeting any new regulatory requirements. It is extremely valuable to have a standing Committee with the campus-wide representation to address any short suspense mandates.
The UNT Institutional Compliance Coordinating Committee performs the following functions: