August deadlines; Procedures for Overpayment Recovery; State Auditors on campus beginning Sept. 3; eProcurement order limit increase for Scientific Supplies; June/July billing for Airgas; June-Aug Billing for ARC 3; Budget Update for HR Council.
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Effective, Friday, August 23, 2019, a combo edit will be in place to enforce the correct use of the teaching account range 513100-513190 against Budget and Actuals (HR Combo codes).
To: University Business Managers, Campus Unit Finance Leads, Research Administration Support Group (RASG), Res_Info Listserv From: Troy Morse, Director of Purchasing Services Effective Aug. 22, Procurement Services will increase the purchase limit for many scientific suppliers to $25,000 per order … Continued
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has implemented a formal procedure for the recovery of funds in employee overpayment situations. Overpayments occur when employees receive compensation in error.
Each year a financial audit of the University is conducted by the North Carolina Office of the State Auditor. The state auditors will be on site beginning September 3, for their work as part of the financial audit of the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019.
Please share with the ConnectCarolina Finance users in your school/division. Updates are sent on an as-needed basis. Top Issues NEW! August Month-End Close Deadline: Validated campus journal entries and data collect batches (journal imports) should be received by Accounting Services … Continued
Please see the corrected version of this memo below: August 5, 2019 To: Campus Unit Financial Leads (CUFL), University Business Managers (UBM) and RASG From: Janet Rupert, Director, Accounts Payable and Travel Services and Missy Wilson-Grissom, Travel Team Lead Technician … Continued
In Focus profile of Justin Hanford, Account Supervisor of Accounts Payable.
Procurement Services has increased the purchase threshold for Agilent to $25,000 per order, marking the next phase of our ePro order threshold increase project.
In July, the department was very busy with 19 policy updates.