The Campus Controller's Office is a part of Finance and Business Strategy (FBS). Learn more about CCO's mission, objectives and team below.
Promote a strong financial management environment through investing in people, leveraging technology, and fostering innovative business practices.
Area accountants provide accounting expertise, internal controls, guidance and interpretation of CU's fiscal policies and procedures, and post-audit financial transaction management.
Cost accounting manages and prepares cost study reports for the Facilities and Administrative (F&A) rates, the General Administrative Recharge (GAR) rate and the General Infrastructure Recharge (GIR) rate, and our fringe benefit rates.
Debt & Asset Management
The debt and asset management unit oversee campus policies and accounting functions designed to maintain uniform accountability for the University of Colorado Boulder's capital construction ($75,000+), equipment ($5,000+), debt, inventory for resale, petty cash, gift cards and change funds per related GAAP, GASB, state, regent and system policies.
Property Accounting Team
Oversees the standard procedures to ensure the CU Boulder campus fulfills its responsibilities in the areas of acquisition, maintenance, control and disposition of capital property.
Debt & Capital Construction
Oversees construction accounting activity within Fund 71 (projects >$75,000), Fund 74 depreciation activity for all eligible assets, Fund 73 debt accounting and departments carrying inventory for resale.
Cash & Construction Accountant
Oversees the petty cash, gift cards, change funds, Fund 71 SpeedType closing process and monitoring audits of the above.
Financial & Tax Reporting
The financial and tax reporting unit is responsible for ensuring CU Boulder’s financial statements are reported accurately and in accordance with GASB regulations as well as ensuring that CU Boulder is in compliance with all sales and unrelated business income tax laws. The financial and tax reporting unit also creates customized financial reports for Budget and Finance as well as for campus departments.
Fiscal compliance provides oversight of fiscal and high-risk transactions. We provide internal control recommendations for the Boulder campus and work in collaboration with various CU System and campus stakeholders.
The team is responsible for monitoring and reviewing research-related cost share activities to ensure CU Boulder is in compliance with federal statutes, regulations, CU policies and procedures, and terms and conditions of sponsored award activities. We also provide support and oversight for certification and review of effort reporting activities (ePERs).
Research Financial Services
The research financial services (RFS) unit ensures proper management and financial oversight for sponsored projects. RFS prepares financial reports and invoices, manages all revenue cycle activities for the research enterprise, coordinates financial closeouts, and works directly with Office of Contracts and Grants to coordinate information for post award activities. RFS works closely with campus partners to manage all aspects of the financial post award lifecycle including award setup, invoicing, revenue management, compliance monitoring, and closeout.
Systems & Technical Operations
The systems and technical operations team manage several technical functions for the Boulder campus:
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The CCO training team provides and coordinates opportunities for CU staff and faculty to learn about the financial aspects of the university. We also collaborate with Boulder campus staff, other CU campuses, the Office of the University Controller, and the Procurement Service Center to develop courses for both new and advanced professionals.
Our goals are:
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