Category Archives: Accounting Handbook

July 1 Procedure/Form Changes and the CUF Employee Transition

We’ve recently updated select financial and procurement guidance and forms; the revised versions were posted on the OUC and PSC websites effective July 1. The changes are largely due to questions and new processing associated with the transition of approximately 150 CU Foundation development … Continue reading

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Campus Controllers’ Agenda: April 15, 2013

Agenda items: Campus Updates; FYE Close Procedures; FYE Infosheet for Departments; Personal Charges; Contract Delegation Letter; CU Foundation Events/Cost-Sharing; Audit; COFRS Modernization Update; Accounting Handbook (Revenue Recognition and other chapters); Protocol Reminder for UIS Issues; Scholarship Allowance (SA) report; Annual … Continue reading

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For Gift SpeedTypes, Monitoring Training Just Got Easier

The Gift SpeedType Setup procedures were recently revised to reflect an enhancement in the training assurance process. If you work with gift monies, you already know that responsible individuals must be identified for every gift via the assignment of fiscal … Continue reading

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March 15 Campus Controllers’ Meeting – Agenda

March 15 Controllers’ Meeting – Agenda The March Campus Controllers’ meeting will be held on Fri, March 15 at the CU System office on Grant Street (Denver). Agenda items include: Campus updates; President’s Task Force on Efficiency; Limitations on use … Continue reading

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New – Capital Asset Management Form for System Administration

Our Finance Forms page (www.cu.edu/controller/forms) has a new member: the CAMSA, or Capital Asset Management-System Administration, form. The new form is designed to improve the process of tracking and recording capital assets in the PeopleSoft Finance System, Asset Management module. … Continue reading

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