In accordance with Executive Order 1000, Facilities Services will charge an auxiliary enterprise any cost incurred on its behalf in the provision of a good or service. The department will also charge any entity, state or non-state, the cost of providing a good or service that is not covered under the broad definition of maintenance service.
The Vice President for Administration has the overall responsibility for the rules, processes and procedures that govern cost recovery.
The policy applies to any self-supporting enterprise. This policy also applies to any other agency, program or department that receives a service from Facilities Services that is not covered under the scope of regular maintenance. Baseline services include, but are not limited to: Maintenance of electrical, natural gas, steam water, storm and sanitary distribution systems, heating, ventilation, air conditioning mechanical equipment, elevators and escalators and all associated equipment and accessories; building envelopes including walls, windows, and roofs; interior components such as floors, stairs, ceilings, floor coverings, wall coverings, millwork, doors and hardware; special permanently affixed appurtenances such as signage, railing and hardscape such as sidewalks, curbing, roads, and stairways; and general grounds and landscape maintenance activities.
Charge Back - Procedure.pdf
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