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Pandemic Tracking Update

October 16, 2020

This memo acts as a reminder that all campus units (besides the School of Medicine) should continue to use FAECOVID-19 in one of the Connect Carolina Cost Code 1, 2 fields for all expenditure transactions (AP vouchers and GL journals) to identify COVID-19 related operating expenses, except for COVID Research Projects that are already tracked via Project ID.

Hiring Graduate Students 2020-2021

June 12, 2020

To: School/Division HR Officers and Secondary Contact, Business Managers, Student Services Managers From: Suzanne Barbour, Dean; Beverly Wyrick, Director of Finance/Administration; ConnectCarolina HR/Payroll Graduate students may be hired for a semester, academic year, calendar year, or other periods as needed. Each school/division … Read more

Updated Campus Deposit Guidance, effective 6/12/2020

June 12, 2020

To:  University Business Managers, Campus Unit Finance Leads From:  DeAhn H. Baucom, University Cashier Please see the attached document, Updated Campus Deposit Guidance, effective 6/12/2020. Key Points Please deposit any cash and check payments weekly. Because weekly deposits are required … Read more

New employees in TIM

April 27, 2020

The following email is being sent later today to EHRA Temporary including Graduate Students, Post Docs, and 9-Month Faculty who have been granted access in TIM to record Administrative Absence Leave hours taken from March 16 until April 30.

Update on ePro and Purchasing During COVID-19

April 24, 2020

As the University continues to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic, we understand that research and remote instruction are continuing, and departments need supplies and research materials to be delivered in a timely manner. Please take the following into consideration:

PS Chartfield Changes – New GL Accounts

April 21, 2020

In light of recently updated Pandemic and Communicable Disease Emergency policy, the following new payroll accounts have been established keep track of CDME premium payments relating to COVID-19.

Temporary Exemption from the Daily Deposit Act (N.C.G.S. § 147-77)

April 15, 2020

On March 30, 2020, the North Carolina Department of State Treasurer approved a temporary exemption to the Daily Deposit Act which requires the University to make daily deposits of all state funds into an approved bank account. Conditions in the exemption are as follows:

Cancellation of Upcoming Travel

April 2, 2020

To: Campus Unit Finance Leads, University Business Managers, Travel Preparers From: Rebecca Spanos, Manager, Travel and Payment Card Services As a reminder, the University is continuing to prohibit University-affiliated travel outside the State of North Carolina.  Per the University’s coronavirus website, … Read more