At the University of Miami, the Computer Lifecycle Management Program (CLMP) is responsible for the management of the asset lifecycle for full time eligible employees and general purpose labs. Working with eligible departments throughout the Gables and RSMAS campus, the CLMP provides a service to replace the primary assets of eligible employees and those assets found in general purpose labs that are older than 4 years of age. Using up-to-date inventories for your departments eligible employees and their assets, the CLMP will work with your data custodian(s) to order, replace and retire assets in the University system. The Computer Lifecycle Management Program’s mission is to ensure that the assets used by the U’s employees and students meet the technology needs of both today and the future.
Computer Lifecycle Management Program Guidelines
- The Computer Lifecycle Management Program Guidelines detail eligibility, asset replacement cycle, request’s for non-standard bundles as well as the procedure for replacing your departments assets on an annual basis.
Prioritized Request Form
- The Prioritized Request Form can be used for two situations: either when a net new employee is hired, or in the event that an existing eligible employees computer has a hardware failure and needs to be replaced immediately. A net new employee is defined as an employee that is filling a newly created full time position in an eligible department at the University of Miami. If an employee is back filling an existing position that was recently vacated, they are expected to be assigned the position’s existing asset. For more information, please see the Computer Lifecycle Management Guidelines (above).
- The standard bundles available through the Computer Lifecycle Management Program include a Dell Desktop, a Dell Laptop, an Apple Desktop and an Apple Laptop configuration. The cost of each of the bundles is covered completely by the Computer Lifecycle Management Program.
Customized Order Quotes