Welcome to CAM

Capital Asset Management oversees the university’s movable capital equipment and tracks it from the date of acquisition to the date of disposal. A physical inventory of assets is conducted annually.

Federal guidelines and MSU policy requires that CAM maintain and track all equipment over $5,000.

Conduct Inventory

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Annual campuswide physical inventories are coordinated by CAM.

Transfer Assets

Transfer Assets
Transfer assets to another unit or to the MSU Surplus Store.

Retire Assets

Retire Assets
Retire lost, destroyed, cannabalized, or transferred equipment.

News

Jan 22

A New Way to Manage Non-Capital Assets

The Capital Asset Management team has developed a new way to keep track on non-capital equipment. New barcode tags, available through University Stores, can be used to identify and help track university property that is under $5,000—the threshold for qualifying as a capital asset.
Oct 08

Join Our Listserv

MSU staff and faculty are invited to opt in to our listserv. Examples of message content includes UPS and FedEx service delays, Spartan Marketplace news, and changes in purchasing processes. Click the headline to locate the signup form.
Aug 29

August 31 Payroll Delivery

To accommodate game-day traffic on campus, payroll delivery is scheduled to be completed by noon on Friday, August 31. Any undeliverable payroll checks will be redistributed by Logistics on Tuesday, September 4.
Jun 27

Updates to Federal Uniform Guidance Regulations

Effective July 1, 2018, new Uniform Guidance procurement regulations will consolidate federal guidelines impacting research administration including the former A-110 (Grants and Agreements with Institutions of Higher Education), the former A-21 (Cost Principles for Educational Institutions), and the former A-133 (Audit Requirements). Click the title for more information.
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