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The University of Nottingham’s ethical framework comprises a comprehensive set of principles, structures, policies and procedures which together offer assurance that the University will behave in an ethical manner across all of its activities.


The Records Management Framework

 The University takes Records Management and Information Compliance very seriously.  All staff should familiarise themselves with the Records Management Framework and include this as a key part of their induction process.


Code of Practice for Users of the University computing facilities

The Code of Practice sets out the conditions of use for computing services or facilities, which are available on systems run by IT Services or sited in Schools/Departments, but connected to the University network.  It applies to anyone using these services or facilities.  The code should be used to guide decision making about the appropriateness of a particular use of the University's computing facilities

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The University of Nottingham is committed to promoting equality of opportunity for all members of staff and students.  The University's aim is to attract, retain and motivate high quality staff and to provide equality of opportunity to maximise benefits to the University from the diversity of its workforce and student population.  To create a diverse and inclusive environment the University believes in engaging with all staff, and to this end we are committed to raising awareness of equality and diversity issues, goals and opportunities.  


Financial Regulations

All University staff have a duty to operate within the University's financial regulations