The Salary Funding Report shows the funding sources for an employee’s salary, per job at UNC-Chapel Hill and UNC-General Administration. It is a funding based report and does not display all job data activity. This report shows how much of an employee’s salary is allocated to each funding source. You can run the report to see what is currently being used to fund an employee as well as enter a specific date range to see what has historically been used. You can filter by selecting an employee’s Home (Job) department as well as a Funding department. You can narrow your search results by applying specific fund, source, and/or project ID numbers as well by employee type, position number, or employee PID number.
Full webinar presentation from 12/14/16 on Enhancements to the Correcting JE process.
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 Quick Reference Card provides instructions for accessing the PO inquiry page to gain access to details related to your Purchase Orders including how they are structured and their current status.
This is a recording of a presentation made at the 2016 OSR Symposium. The presentation provides key information needed by people who manage contracts and grants, including: finding open requisitions, purchase orders, and unposted vouchers; finding voucher payments; finding sponsor payments; finding payroll accounting rows; finding cash balances; finding budget balances.
This quick reference accompanies the Useful Reports and Queries for Research Administrators presentation. This reference provides a list of reports discussed in the presentation, and where and how to access them.
This report shows fund and cash balances, and revenue and expenses, by source. It is based on the GL Actuals ledger.
This report shows balances and transactions by fund group. It is based on the Commitment Control ledgers.
This SAS documentation gives general information about how to use and navigate the SAS Web Studio reporting tool,
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR FINANCE USERS: A fix has been implemented and validated for the problem with how ConnectCarolina was recording transactions in various ledger groups. This is the final spreadsheet of missing journal transactions that we will provide. (last updated 7/13/16, 8:45am)