Listing policies

Name File Division Last Revision Date Summary
Building Closure Policy DOA_Building_Closure_Policy.pdf DOA 2019-03-12 To establish parameters and expectations for employees in the event of state building closure.
Cash Receipts Cut-Off and Revenue Recognition AC_161_A-61_Cash_Receipts_Cut-Off_and_Revenue_Recognition.pdf OAC 2014-01-23 Polciy aimed at ensuriong that the state is consistent with its financial reporting with the modified accrual basis.
Configuration Management Policy ETSS_Policy_10-14_Configuration_Management__CM_.pdf DoIT 2022-11-08 To establish a Configuration Management Policy for effectively managing risk associated with changes to and tha have an impact on system configurations, baseline configuration settings and overall information system security,
Contingency Planning Policy ETSS_Policy_10-28_Contingency_Planning__CP_.pdf DoIT 2022-11-08 To establish policy for effective contingency planning that enables the restoration and continuity of operations of mission-critical assets and business functions.
Coronavirus Relief Fund Indirect and Administrative Costs PRO_CRF_Indirect_and_Administrative_Costs_7.28.20.pdf PRO 2020-07-28 This policy provides guidance for the application of indirect cost rates and administrative costs to Coronavirus Relief Fund (“CRF”) awards.
COVID Direct Award Authorization to Spend Approval Process PRO-Request_for_Authorization_to_Spend_COVID_Award_7.24.20.pdf PRO 2020-07-24 This COVID Direct Award Authorization to Spend Approval Process sets forth the review and approval process for state departments and quasi-public corporations seeking approval to spend direct awards from federal awarding agencies that are related to the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19 Exempt Compensatory Time Policy - Revised 1-01-21 Covid19_Exempt_Position_Compensatory_Time_Policy_Human_Resources_2020.pdf DHR 2021-11-16 UPDATED! The purpose of this policy is to provide for compensatory time for FLSA exempt employees' who preformed work well beyond regular work hours as result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This policy is separate from the Exempt Position Compensatory Time Policy issued in 2019.
COVID-19 Exempt Position Compensatory Time Policy Payout Form Covid19_Exempt_Position_Policy_Compensatory_Time_Payout_Form.pdf DHR 2021-11-16 In accordance with the COVID-19 Exempt Position Compensatory Time Policy, the form that employees must complete in order to receive a payout if they have a minimum balance of five (5) weeks of COVID-19 compensatory time.
Emergency Food Purchases (state closure) A-68_Emergency_Food_Purchases__State_Closure_.pdf OAC 2015-02-01 Guidelines governing food purchases during a state of emergency.
Emergency Food Purchases - EMA A-68a_EmergencyFoodPurchases.pdf OAC 2018-09-07 Policy allows EMA to use a state purchase card for food for EMA staff when required to work outside normal shift due to preparation, or response to an emergency/disaster.
Employer Provided Vehicles AC_151_A-51_Employer_Provided_Vehicles_revised_Oct_2014.pdf OAC 2014-01-14 Rules and regulations governing the use and the accountability of State Agency vehicles
Exempt Position Compensatory Time Policy Exempt_Position_Compensatory_Time_Policy_5-1-19.pdf DHR 2019-05-01 In recognition that occasionally a state of emergency or other extraordinary emergency-related events may result in an agency, department or work unit to experience extraordinary time and effort well beyond the employees' regular work schedule, this policy provides guidelines for the authorization of compensatory time for FLSA exempt employees.
Expedited Payment Discount A-74_ExpeditedPaymentDiscount.pdf OAC 2018-07-01 To provide an opportunity for expedited payment for State vendors, while also reducing the cost to the State through discounts.
Expenditure Recognition and Accounts Payable Cut-Off A-62_Expenditure_Recognition_and_Accounts_Payable_Cut_Off_041223.pdf OAC 2023-04-12 Policy provides guidance to state departments, agencies, and personnel regarding the appropriate recording of expenditures and accounts payable transactions.
EXPIRED! COVID-19 Vaccine Policy for Licensed Health Care Workers, Providers and Facilities COVID-19_Vaccine_Policy_for_Health_Care_FINAL.pdf DHR 2021-09-03 NOTE: This policy expired on 3-11-22 The purpose of this policy is to facilitate the protection of the health and safety of patients, clients, families, and employees who work in Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) licensed state health care facilities, as well as those employees who hold licenses as health care providers through RIDOH, against the COVID-19 virus. As mandated by 216-RICR-20-15-8, all health care workers and health care providers as defined by 216-RICR-20-15-8 are required to be vaccinated by October 1, 2021 in order to enter a licensed state health care facility or provide services as a licensed health care provider. This policy provides information regarding requirements, to include procedures for testing of unvaccinated individuals leading up to October 1, 2021, as well as the procedures for compliance, penalties for non-compliance, and limited exceptions to the vaccine mandate.
EZ-Pass for State Use Policy A-67_EZ-Pass_for_State_Use_Policy_12_01_14.pdf OAC 2014-12-01 Guidelines governing state employee usage of E-Z Pass Business responders
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) FINAL_Families_First_Coronavirus_Response_Act_Policy_04-10-20.pdf DHR 2020-08-07 The purpose of this policy is to effectuate the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and establish procedures for supporting employees and advising them of their rights and responsibilities in discharging leave under this policy.
Family, Medical, Parental Leave Policy HR_FMLA_Policy_6-6-17.pdf DHR 2017-06-05 The purpose of this policy is to advise employees of the Executive Branch of their rights and responsibilities under the Federal Family and Medical Leave Act and the Rhode Island Parental and Family Medical Leave Act.
Federal Account Management A-16_Federal_Account_Management.pdf OAC 2019-07-01 The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance to state agencies on how to manage the cash balances in their federal accounts more effectively.
Federal COVID Funding Reporting PRO_Federal_COVID_Funding_Reporting_10-26-20vF.pdf PRO 2020-10-26 This policy defines agency reporting requirements and processes for the use of funds provided under any federal act primarily making appropriations for the Coronavirus response and related activities.