|Patch Management Standards
||Security and other vulnerablilities are inherent in computing systems applications. These flaws allow the development and propagation of malicious software which can disrupt normal business operations and placing the States data at risk. To mitigate this risk, software patches are available to remov a given security or operating system vulnerabilties. The Division of Information Technology or DoIT, shall govern the implementation and operation of a Patch Management system on the States enterprise network.
|Payment of Claims for Property Damage or Loss Claims Policy
||Policies and Procedures which determines eligibility for coverage for property loss/damage.
|Payments for Coffee Breaks, etc
||Policy guidelines governing state-offered meals.
|Payroll Policy P-3-15 RIPTA Transit Pass
||Allows for a payroll election that pays for RIPTA passes for their personal use only.
|Payroll Policy P-4 Retirement Code Procedure
||The procedure in which state employees become eligible for retirement contributions, by using the retirement code.
|Personal Social Media Use Policy
||The Personal Social Media Use Policy provides clear guidance about how to ensure that the use of social media by employees of the State complies with the Rhode Island Code of Ethics, the Employee Conduct/Ethics policy in the State’s Employee Handbook, and all other applicable policies, laws, regulations and directives.
|Physical and Environmental Security Plan Policy
||To establish a Physical and Environmental Security Policy that effectively protectes information systems and information system componets rom physical and environmental hazards.
|Policy for Charging Public Employee Payroll To the Coronavirus Relief Fund
||This policy implements the guidance of the United States Department of Treasury and the Treasury Office of Inspector General concerning the use of the Coronavirus Relief Fund (“CRF”) to cover public employee payroll and benefits costs.
|Policy on Social Networking
||This policy is aimed at allowing state agencies and departments the benefit of using social networking for the performance of state business, to communicate with the public, protect the infrastructure and legal interests of the State of Rhode Island and assure that adequate bandwidth is available to conduct State business without interruption
|Pollution Remediation Obligations
||This policy ensures that the State of Rhode Island is compliant with the GASB Statement No. 49, Accounting and Financial Reporting for Pollution Remediation Obligations.
|Prompt Payment Procedure
||Guidelines ensuring payment of interest on certain state contracts which are paid late.
||Guidelines governing state agencies purchasing purchase cards in order to further the purposes, policies, and goalsw of the state.
|Quarterly Reports Policy
||The State Budget Officer must submit quarterly reports of anticipated year-end balances.
|Re-appropriation of State Funds
||State agencies may re-appropriate unspent funds from the prior fiscal year under certain conditions.
|Real Estate and Office Space Requests Policy
||This policy governs the location and relocation of state agencies and employees to new or renovated office space.
|Repairs to Insured State Property
||Policies and Guidelines which govern repairs to property which is owned by the State of Rhode Island.
|Restricted Account Indirect Cost Recovery
||guidelines instructing state agency compliance with restrict accounts that are subject to deposit into the Rhode Island General Fund.
||Policy explaing authorization requirements when using RIFANS agents.
|RIFANS Delegation Form
||RIFANS delegation form.
|Security Handbook Technical Controls
||Provides policy and guidance to implement technical controls that will reduce the exposure of computer equipment and assist in achieving an optimum level of protection for the Stae of Rhode Island Information Technoloty systems.