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5.1.2 IT is responsible for smartphone system removal and for performing a "remote wipe" of company email/calendar, contact data from an Employee-Owned Smartphone Program user's lost or stolen smartphone. IT may perform a full device wipe at the user's request.
5.1.3 IT is responsible for smartphone system removal and performing a "remote wipe" of company email/calendar/contact data from an Employee-Owned Smartphone Program user's smartphone upon termination of employment with the company.
5.1.4 IT is responsible for maintaining a list of stipend-eligible employees and for providing Accounting/Payroll access to that list.
5.2.1 Accounting/Payroll is responsible for distributing the stipend to eligible employees.
5.3 Employee-Owned Smartphone Program User
5.3.1 The Employee-Owned Smartphone Program user is responsible for using company email on his or her personal smartphone within the same constraints as on a company-owned device, i.e., adhering to Use of Internet and Electronic Communications Systems in the Company Employee Handbook and POL-3148 General Information Technology Security Policy.
5.3.2 The Employee-Owned Smartphone Program user is responsible for maintaining and paying the monthly/annual fee to the telephone mobile carrier. All mobile telephone charges that he or she incurs are his or her responsibility, regardless whether such charges are work related or for personal use. This includes, but is not limited to, charges resulting from texts, data plan surcharges, calls, navigation, or application uses or from early termination fees.
126.96.36.199 Exception: Charges incurred during international business travel may be expensed at his or her manager's discretion.
5.3.3 The Employee-Owned Smartphone Program user is responsible for all smartphone support requirements, including the cost of repairs or replacement. The company is responsible, however, for configuring and supporting the smartphone to receive and access company email, calendar, and contact data.