Welcome to Deakin's Policy Library

Here you will find the University's approved policies and procedures.

Deakin University is committed to a policy framework that best reflects our value of inclusion and provides a safe and supportive environment for all staff and students. This includes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people of diverse genders, sex and sexualities, people with disability, people of all ages and socio-economic status and people from diverse cultural backgrounds and religions.

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  • Individual Consultancy Payments policyThis Policy establishes the process for receiving payment for individual small value consultancies undertaken by Academic staff and how the funds can be used.
  • Information and Communications Technology Acceptable Use PolicyThe Information and Communications Technology Accetable Use Policy sets out acceptable and unacceptable use of Deakin’s information and communications technology (ICT) facilities, services and materials.
  • Information and Communications Technology Acceptable Use procedureThe ICT Acceptable Use Procedure documents the requirements and conditions for using the University's information and communication technology (ICT) facilities, services and materials as well as routine monitoring of services, facilities and materials; access to, retrieval of, and inspection of data; managing communication, and dealing with breaches of legislation or University policy.
  • Information and Communications Technology Security policyThe Information and Communications Technology Security Policy documents the University's information and communications technology (ICT) security measures and outlines the framework to manage University information security and protect University assets and resources.
  • Information and Records Management policyThe Information and Records Management policy details how the University will manage its information and records management processes to ensure that it meets its legislative obligations.
  • Information and Records Management procedureThis Procedure relates to the classification, storage, access, archiving and disposal of all University data, information and records, whether received, created, maintained, copied, disseminated or disposed of by the University in the course of its operations.
  • Insider Trading Prevention policyThe Insider Trading Prevention Policy explains the type of conduct that is prohibited under the Corporations Act (2001) and provides guidance to persons who are privy to insider information on how they can recognise and avoid Insider trading.
  • Integrity policyThe Integrity Policy sets out the University’s principles for maintaining integrity in all aspects of University operations.
  • Intellectual Property policyThe Intellectual Property policy governs the development, commercialisation and ownership of Intellectual Property (IP) and applies to all staff, students, visitors and affiliates of the University.
  • Internal Audit policyThe Internal Audit Policy provides for the establishment and maintenance an effective Internal Audit function and an Internal Audit Charter as key components of its governance framework, and to meet internal audit requirements under law.
  • Internal Audit procedureThis procedure outlines the consultation and approval process for the Annual Internal Audit Plan, and the process that will be undertaken during an audit or review conducted by the Internal Audit function.
  • International Relations Regulation policyThis Policy sets out the University’s commitment to comply with its obligations under Australia’s international relations regulatory regime
  • Investment Management ProcedureThe Investment Management Procedure outlines how the University will effectively manage and incorporate investment principles and responsible investment into its investment function. This Procedure does not apply to any equity investments in controlled or associated entities of the University nor the management of financial risks addressed by Treasury Policy.
  • Investment PolicyThe Investment Policy establishes the University Investment governance arrangements to be adhered to on responsible and effective management of the University’s financial investments. The Policy sets out the investment principles underpinning the management of the University’s financial investments and states the University’s intention to incorporate responsible investment in the management of investment funds.

    This Policy does not apply to any equity investments in controlled or associated entities of the University.