The University Policy Office announces the issuance of the new interim University Policy 3.2, Travel Expenses. This policy replaces the previous policies 3.2, Travel Expenses and 3.3, Travel Expenses for Concur Users.
All Cornell University employees have a role to play within the university’s internal control framework. This introductory course explains internal controls in general along with the employee’s responsibilities for internal controls within Cornell’s framework.
Topics include the definition of internal controls and why are they important, an overview of Cornell’s internal control framework, challenges that may exist and how to manage them, and key controls.
FIN 101: Policy Considerations at Cornell comes back to life from the pre-KFS days in this new, self-paced online course that covers several university policies, including 3.14, Business Expenses; 4.2, Transaction Authority and Payment Approval; and 4.6, Standards of Ethical Conduct; along with various citizenship and tax information.
The Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) supports Cornell University’s missions, priorities, and initiatives by establishing policies, processes, and systems that promote careful and responsible management and protection of Cornell’s financial resources.