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Consulting with a UIS staff member prior to making a purchase can help to ensure that you are purchasing the best technology available at the best price, that your intended use does not violate licensing agreements, that your technology is secure and that you select technology that UIS is best able to support.
Healthcare clinics looking to acquire biomedical devices can expedite the acquisition and implementation of their technology by preparing in advance some of the required information for University Information Services to complete a security review and assessment.

Because of the time involved with assessment and implementation of these devices in partnership with the requesting department, the documentation outlined below should be included in a UIS Project Request submission
All technology purchased with Pacific University funds (including grant funds and research funds), or donated to the university, is deemed to be owned by the university as a whole, and not by any particular department or employee.
Unrestrained growth of university-owned computers strains UIS support resources, as well as lifecycle replacement budgets.
This article applies to technology (hardware or software) that is needed for work purposes at a location not supported by UIS (e.g. an employee's home) or on a computer not supported by UIS (e.g. on an employee's personally owned computer).