Upon request of another agency, government or private, and when the needs of the University so permit, University personnel may be detailed by secondment to the requesting agency, subject to the following conditions (1031st BOR, June 28, 1990).
O.1 Secondment to a private agency or to a career position in the government shall not exceed one calendar year renewable for a like period.
O.2 Secondment to a policy determining primarily confidential or highly technical position in the civil service may initially be for two calendar years, renewable for a like period. In the case of those seconded to the position of secretary or undersecretary or other position in the executive, judiciary or legislative branch, two (2) two-year renewals may be allowed, only if the faculty resumes teaching in the University during the second renewal. Should a person seconded to the position of secretary or undersecretary fail to return to the University after the expiration of the six calendar years (maximum of six (6) calendar years), the position in the University shall be vacated ipso facto.
O.3 If a full-time secondment is with pay, honorarium, or allowance equivalent to or higher than the salary and allowance in the University, such secondment shall be without pay from the University.
O.4 Secondment to international agencies or organizations shall be initially for one year, renewable for a like period. In meritorious cases, the Chancellor may allow a final extension of not more than six months.
Should the person seconded fail to return to the University after the expiration of the secondment, the position in the University shall be ipso facto vacated.