In addition to overseeing Internal Controls in the Department of Finance, Rod Smith is probably best known on campus as the editor of the Internal Controls Update, a monthly newsletter that discusses prevention measures against fraud. In this month’s IN … Continued
Category: Staff News
Effective November 4, 2019, Brett W. Kenney, University Cash Manager in Accounting Services, began serving as the Interim Chair of the Compliant Electronic Receipt Transactions through Innovation and Financial Integrity (CERTIFI) Committee.
I would like to announce several organizational changes within Procurement and Materials Management, effective immediately.
Sharing information with you through this column each month allows me to pause and reflect on our department’s current major goals, our daily steps toward them and our progress. I’d like to know what you want to hear about in this column. What topics should be explored? I hope you will offer your suggestions by using this one-question survey. I will review each response!
Procurement Services Operations Officer John Medlin uses his 15 years of UNC Procurement experience to help the department plan for the future and analyze its progress along the way. As he gears up for a year of major procurement initiatives and process improvement, he wraps up involvement in a very successful cross-campus Operational Excellence project.
I am pleased to announce that Manali Bettendorf has accepted the role of University Controller and Executive Director for Enterprise Financial Accounting. Effective Monday, October 14, Manali will work to provide Vice Chancellor Jonathan Pruitt and I with strategic guidance on the annual comprehensive financial report, accounting policies, financial systems and fiscal policy.
Reflections for October newsletter by Steve Agostini, Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance and Budget
October In Focus Interview with Brooke O’Neal, Merchant Services
This month, the Travel Services team, along with the Operational Excellence team, will launch a new, user-friendly travel and expense resource site for campus users. The site, expected to launch September 9, will replace the current travel information web page.
Although Financial Analyst Yahui Chao works in the same department that she did when hired in 2002, everything else has changed. Ironically, she’s come full circle by remaining flexible and open to change, as she shares in this month’s In Focus interview.