University Code of Ethical Conduct
Business and Financial Recordkeeping and Reporting
To ensure transparency, sound business practice, and compliance with law, and because of its obligations as an organization entrusted with government and private funds, Georgetown University depends on rigorous observance of accounting, financial recordkeeping, reporting and other standards and policies and on the maintenance of internal audit, internal control and compliance mechanisms. When such tasks are required by their job responsibilities, faculty and staff must record, allocate, and document revenue, expenditures, time, effort and other information in a way that is accurate, clear, complete and timely.
Relevant University Policies and Other Resources:
• Financial Affairs Policies & Procedures:
• Human Resources Policy Manual, Section 600: Time Away From Work:
• Human Resources Policy Manual, Section 800: Work Hours and Pay Practices: