Resource Category: Research
This session provides an overview and background of the development of the Faculty Portal. The Faculty Portal is a comprehensive portal developed specifically for faculty utilizing PeopleSoft’s “Fluid” technology. In addition to the background information a demonstration of the portal will be provided. To just view the slides from this presentation, click here.
The Research Administration Service Request (RASR) tool is a workflow tool developed by the Office of Research Information Systems to aid processing units in the receiving and processing of all types of transactions including but not limited to Vouchers, Journals, Travel, and Requisitions. In this presentation/demonstration, attendees would learn (1) how a client could use the RASR tool to submit (and later view) a request to a processing unit, (2) how an administrator would review/approve transactions at a pre-audit level, (3) how a processor would take information from RASR and enter the transaction/request in UNC FInance Systems and, (4) how the system communicates to UNC Finance Systems to automatically complete the request notifying the client of process completion. This tool provides increased transparency to clients, a worklist of action items to the processing unit, and valuable metrics to the leadership of the processing unit. To view the live recording of this presentation, click here.
In this presentation, attendees will receive tools and ideas used by the Vice Chancellor for Research’s Research Administration Service Center to provide customers with accurate and understandable reports from raw data exported from UNC Finance Systems (InfoPorte). These tools should provide (1) an increase in transparency by allowing Researchers to make informed financial decisions, (2) a reduction in reporting errors by eliminating and/or reducing manual entry and, (3) a reduction in the time taken to generate reports by increasing automation through the use of formulas. To view the live recording of this presentation, click here.
This panel discussion will focus on the tasks and topics that are most important to you. We’ll send you a questionnaire in late September so that you can work with the panel to set the agenda.
The OSR Contract Closeout Report, found in InfoPorte on the OSR Financial Reporting Tab, is used to facilitate Award/Contract closeout systematically. This report will serve as a tool to ensure all OSR close out processing, status validation, and other reconciliation processes have been completed successfully.
This reference explains how to use InfoPorte to do a quick balance and end date check for your projects, find budget balances with or without cost share, look up details about your grant.
This webinar explains the three factors used when salary projections are calculated.
This document shows the process for fixing project or grant-related campus journals with budget errors that route to OSR for approval.
During the 2016-2017 academic year, ConnectCarolina support staff shifted their focus from post-go-live stabilization support for finance, human resources and payroll applications to enhancing functionality, providing new reporting capabilities, and improving the usability of the system. Both campus and central administrative users benefited from the team’s efforts. This report highlights some of the most significant improvements and successes.
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.