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Are you responsible for reviewing purchases for your department? Do you need to know how to look up requisitions, purchase orders or invoices? Join us for a demonstration of the advanced document search feature in CU Marketplace. Learn how to search for documents, save custom searches and export the results.
Have you been asked to complete this year’s fiscal certification? Every year the university needs to certify that financial statements are accurate and complete and its internal control structure is effective. In this session, CCO's fiscal compliance experts Jennifer Carter and Sondra Payne will answer questions about this process and help you complete the assessment in a timely manner.
Learn about the inventory system, property management, guidelines and best practices. Those who have already completed the training are encouraged to attend.
If you are involved in research activities on campus, please watch this knowledge-based learning session hosted by CCO and Paul Myers, director of conflicts of interest and commitment in the Research & Innovation Office. We will detail the importance of the DEPA process and why we do it.
CCO’s acquisition accountant, Melissa Keller, will be leading this training covering the life cycle of a fabrication, from requesting the fabrication sub-class speedtype to putting the item into service. This training is appropriate for anyone involved in fiscal procurement, lab management and departmental property.
The Office of University Controller and the Procurement Service Center have reorganized how they deliver help desk and training functions. How does this affect you? Join Director Normandy Roden and Learning Design Manager Kristina Mendez to step through the transition and clarify where you should go for assistance.
Justin Church, associate director, highlights the most important aspects of the GASB 87 implementation and how it affects CU Boulder campus departments. GASB 87 is a significant change in how we record our capital and operating leases, rental agreements, and record revenue from tenants.
Are you interested in a tool that can track non-capital items? A new equipment tracking tool within the HCM system can help departments track non-capital items, such as laptops, being used in remote offices and labs. In this session, we will walk you through this straightforward, flexible tool that links items to individual employees.
Note: The use of this tool is not required. While CCO does not have a policy requiring departments to track non-capital items, we ask that you are good stewards of campus resources. Each department can choose what items they want to track based upon the financial and information risk.
We will present a brief overview of cost transfers, discuss red flags in audits and illustrate some tips to reduce the number of cost transfers.
If you're involved in research in any capacity at the university, we welcome you to our newest training about indirect costs—also known as facilities and administration (F&A) costs. The development and negotiation of the F&A cost rate is a complex process that only happens every 4-5 years. In this training, we will explain the purpose of the F&A cost rate and provide an overview of how the rate is calculated using base-year expenses.
In our current base year, FY22, we look forward to working with units (like yours!) across the campus to gather essential data about research, including spaces, equipment depreciation and library use. Learn how you can help strengthen CU Boulder's ability to negotiate an F&A rate that allows us to better support research at CU Boulder.
Do you have questions about month-end financial close? Are you struggling to remember which tasks you need to complete? And, what about all those deadlines? Join the Campus Controller's Office for an introduction to the month-end checklist which will help you organize your to-do list.
In this session, we will present a live demonstration of this new m-Fin report. Join us as we walk through different prompts, explain the features and discuss the benefits of using the Project Ending Status report.
These costs can often be confusing. In this session, we will discuss the key things to understand when participant support costs are part of an award. Learn more about what makes a participant cost allowable, the common types of participant costs and how to make sure your unit is in compliance with award terms.
Join Guy Chavez from University Information Services as he presents the final product and performs a walk-through. Watch a live demonstration on how to personalize your home pages and use the Navigator.
Planning an event? Not sure if your purchase is allowable? Understanding the Official Functions and Sensitive Expenses procedural statements can help you plan for and make allowable purchases. Join us in this session, where we will help you learn more about these procedural statements and how they apply to your unit's activity.
The annual space survey kicks off in early 2022. Each unit's participation is essential to ensure the university has an accurate record of space and how it is used. Watch the recording to prepare and learn more.
Join Jason Swope, finance and budget manager, as he discusses a new tool in the tuition remission process for those rare exceptions when tuition needs to be posted early to a sponsored project.
If you travel on official university business, book travel or are involved with reconciling travel expenses, you are invited to join us for an open session with PSC Travel to learn about the travel process/procedures and get answers to all your travel questions.
There are a lot of moving parts to fiscal year-end and it can feel like a maze. We will discuss how to start preparing, including tasks you can do now and tasks to do closer to June.
An ePER is proof that you are giving due time and effort to your sponsored project. Join us to learn what ePERs and effort reporting are all about and how to complete the process.