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Indiana Code Title 21. Higher Education § 21-39-3-4

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Sec. 4. (a) An employee must make a reasonable attempt to ascertain the correctness of any information that the employee reports.

(b) An employee may be subject to disciplinary actions, including suspension or dismissal, for knowingly furnishing false information as determined by the employee's appointing authority or the appointing authority's designee.

(c) An employee disciplined under this section is entitled to process an appeal of the disciplinary action under the procedure set forth in any personnel policy or collective bargaining agreement adopted by the state educational institution.

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