Since arriving on October 17, I have been blown away by the warm welcome I have received. I’ve been able to meet a lot of people in person and on Zoom. For those I haven’t been able to meet, I look forward to engaging with you soon. The warm welcome and open reception I have received has only underscored why I am so excited to join CU Boulder.
These tools provide departments with an excellent way to proactively review payroll activities and potentially reduce the number of payroll expense transfers needed to properly report activities on sponsored research.
Payroll expense transfers (PETs) are after-the-fact transfers to move salaries between speedtypes, projects and within awards. Find out how fringe benefits might be impacted by a PET and what happens if you move pay that is over a year old.
Over the past few years, we’ve learned a lot of valuable lessons from our work with sponsors, internal and external auditors, and campus partners for managing information. Refresh your knowledge with these helpful tips and reminders.
How does the campus budget work? Join our new Chief Financial Officer Todd Haggerty, Executive Vice Provost for Academic Resource Management Ann Schmiesing, and Assistant Vice Chancellor for Budget Management Mandy Cole as they host the biannual overview of the CU Boulder budget.
This report allows department users to monitor potentially unallowable expenditures on externally funded awards. Join us as we review the report and discuss how this will help reduce audit risk by listing the expenditures with account codes that are considered higher risk.