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Plant Accounting & Inventory Control

Plant Accounting oversees inventory, debt management, and all aspects of capital projects.
Albert Smith
Manager 410-455-3044
asmith@umbc.edu
Office 420
Tina Brown
Accountant 410-455-8078
tcbrown@umbc.edu
Office 413
Crystal Slowe
Inventory Control 410-455-2678
cslowe@umbc.edu
Office 413

I. Policies and Procedures

  1. UMBC Policies Website
  2. Policy for Capital Equipment

II. Inventory Control Forms

***NOTE: the following forms have been moved to DocuSign on 12/2/2019, for a more streamlined electronic signing process: Addition, Disposition, Listed Incorrectly, Lost, Recorded in Error, Stolen, Traded-In, Transfer, Vendor Replacement of Equipment.

  1. Click here to begin the DocuSign/RT process.
  2. Choose the appropriate selection in the Reason for Adjustment dropdown menu.
  3. Click here to check the custodian and approver name (if applicable) for a department in the custodian list. You can also find this list by looking at the useful links on the top right of the DocuSign page.
  4. After entering the names, look up the department by the department number or name. After selecting the department from the list, click the Next button.
  5. The forms will populate with the necessary fields and prompt you with required fields. There may be attachments required. The link to add attachments can be found at the bottom of the form.
  6. When complete, submit for approval.
For a more detailed explanation of the process, please click here for details.
For general information on how to use DocuSign, please click here for details.
For information on how to attach documents to an AiM Customer Request when requesting a work order for asset disposal, please click here for details.

The following form is excepted separately from the rest:

  1. Off Campus Loan Form

III. Property Custodian

The property custodian list can be found here.

IV. Asset Management Training for Property Custodians

V. PAW Procurement System and Asset Mgmt Impact