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 Entities, recharge operations vs.
Anyone in a service center role is required to complete the Accounting Certification Program within 18 months of employment and re-certify every 3 years.
The Accounting Certification Program (ACP) helps employees develop and enhance accounting skills and knowledge by providing an overview of the accounting function, as well as detailed training on the use of specific accounting tools and their associated policies and procedures. The ACP is constantly growing/changing. As core courses become available, you can take them individually and apply them to the certification.
Risk Management is everyone's responsibility. In this class you will learn how the risk management process can help you become a more effective steward and protect the human, physical, and financial assets of the university. You will gain an understanding of the university's insurance programs, the claim process, and the university policies that are impacted by risk management.
For all staff members who work with accounting information and who are new to Cornell accounting methods, this class will cover topics including responsibilities for stewardship and fiduciary responsibility at the university, types of accountability, policy resources, standards of ethical conduct, transaction authority reviews and payment approvals, conflicts, financial irregularities, internal controls, risk assessment and monitoring controls. We will also review several case studies based on the material presented.
The PO Amendment e-doc is the means to change an original purchase order prior to it being closed. Typical changes would be adding or subtracting items, quantities, shipping locations, and the like.
The Receiving e-doc is used for line item receiving to confirm what was or was not received for a particular shipment on a specific purchase order. You can also track unordered items, and rejected quantities.
This class will cover the detailed use of the Requisition e-doc, including purchasing capital assets and recurring orders (blankets). We will also discuss creating requisitions using the KFS shop catalog feature (e-SHOP).