Resource Category: Reporting
The Monthly Management Reports are a static snapshot of the previous month’s transactions, taken the night that Accounting Services closes the month, to help with your department’s month-end reconciliation.
In this webinar, we discuss two new OSR reports for campus users. Learn about the OSR Invoice Listing report that lists all the invoices that have been provided to sponsors. This report helps you with award and contract closeout. We will also discuss the OSR Contract GL Expense and Budget report which shows the balance of a project based on approved, completed transactions.
Slides used in the November 2, 2016 OSR reports webinar. Webinar covers the OSR Invoice Listing report and the OSR GL Expense and Budget report.
The budget balances on these reports are based on approved, finalized, posted transactions to the GL Actuals ledger through a specific fiscal year and period Two reports: One version of this report lets you search on project ID, the other on contract number Each report displays OSR expenditures grouped by type of expense
Shows all invoices that have been processed through the ConnectCarolina billing system for OSR for a given project, contract, sponsor, or principal investigator Based on actual, posted transactions to the general ledger Shows all invoices created in the system since go-live on October 1, 2014 Invoices prior to October 1, 2014 were billed from other systems, so you’ll need to check with OSR on those if you have questions This is a SAS Web Report Studio report in InfoPorte located on the OSR Campus Reports tab
This is a guide to the changes and fixes for InfoPorte release 6.7.2.
This procedure explains and demonstrates the GL Activity tab in InfoPorte. This tab shows journals for all account types: assets, liabilities, expenses, revenue, and fund balance. This document explains what each line on the tab represents and how it is different from the InfoPorte Transactions tab.
This is a procedure containing the steps for running the Funding End Date Notification Report, a report that shows current and future payroll suspense charges based on current funding. The procedure also describes the information found on the report results, including the reason for the suspense, the employee name, and the amount in suspense.
The procedure explain at a high level the factors that comprise the F&A formula allocation equation, demonstrates how to run the F&A Formula Allocation Report, and interpret the results of the report.
This document explains the four components that comprise the amount of F&A budget a department receives each year. It explains in detail the formula allocation component, including the factors used to the calculate the amount, the formula, and several examples.