This workshop is designed to provide recharge operation and service facility managers with the background and knowledge necessary to develop accurate, equitable, and compliant user fees. Topics covered: key definitions; relevant regulations and policies; key requirements of University Policy 3.10, Recharge Operations and Service Facilities; recharge operations vs.
This class will provide an overview of the capital asset policy and thresholds. Topics covered include: What Cornell University considers a capital asset; the importance of keeping capital asset records current; sponsor-owned equipment; tagging assets; and working with the surplus and disposal processes. KFS topics include pre-asset tagging, asset edits, asset transfer, equipment loan/returns, asset fabrication, asset retirement, and the barcode inventory process. (This course replaces KFSCAM-600.)
Join a monthly webinar, hosted via Zoom by Procurement's e-Business team, to learn about e-SHOP's features and how to place orders. Bring your account list, and we will create your KFS favorite default account list. We will help you set up default delivery addresses and create shopping lists for frequently or infrequently purchased items.
This course is an overview of the Sponsored Financial Activity dashboard, which presents financial activity associated with sponsored projects. You will learn how to analyze your project by reviewing the current financial status and monitoring activity on a regular basis.
This tutorial will walk you through the fields and features of the I Want Doc, which is used to place orders for products you need that are not available through e-SHOP, or request that payments be issued to vendors.