The mission of the Property Control department is to identify, mark, inventory, and dispose of all non-consumable, moveable property with an original acquisition cost of $5,000 or greater and sensitive equipment of $2,000 or greater with all computers being tracked regardless of value. Per the policies and goals put forth by UNLV, the NSHE Board of Regents, and the State of Nevada - Governor's Office.
Property Control is primarily responsible for the accountability of all university Fixed Assets. These assets must meet the criterion specified by the policies and goals put forth by UNLV, the NSHE Board of Regents, and the State of Nevada - Governors Office. (Title 4 – Chapter 10) and by the Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS Volume 17 – Chapter 333 – Section 220 and NRS – Volume 21 - Chapter 396 – Section 436).
Property Control is responsible for:
- Tagging equipment
- Making periodic inventories of University equipment
- Maintaining the master file of University equipment
- Providing other departments with forms referred to in this manual
- Disposing of or re-utilizing equipment turned in by a department as surplus