Employees who live outside of NYS and have been taxed in NYS as their primary work state will continue to be subject to NYS withholding requirements, whether or not they are now working remotely outside NYS.
PUR 1000 Procurement Certification covers various aspects of the procurement process at Cornell. Participants will be guided through the purchasing decision process including identifying the appropriate payment method, selecting a vendor, processing a purchase order, identifying independent contractors, paying for services, and more.
The University will not be implementing the employee FICA tax deferral available under the Presidential memorandum.
The Procurement Advisory Committee this past fiscal year completed three projects to reduce administrative burden and improve the procurement process.
Procurement and Payment Services is pleased to announce that, as of July 1, 2020, Cornell has awarded a university-wide, five-year, single-source agreement to Sedgwick Business Interiors for furniture, office and wall systems, design and planning services, installation, and warehousing.
DFA has issued guidelines for handling airfare charges for changed, canceled, or unused tickets due to the COVID-19 health crisis.
To ensure processing prior to the fiscal year-end close, the following items must be received by Procurement and Payment Services by the dates listed below.
Effective immediately, units no longer have to collect insurance certificates from purchase order vendors.
Procurement and Payment Services is working with the Incident Management Team and Facilities and Campus Services to source and maintain a centralized inventory of critical supplies.
The Buying Manual was updated with new process for requesting certificates of insurance from vendors.
Dell, Cornell's preferred supplier for computers, is offering exclusive savings for a limited time to Cornell faculty, staff, alumni, and students.
The University Policy Office announces the issuance of the new interim University Policy 3.2, Travel Expenses, which replaces the previous policies 3.2, Travel Expenses and 3.3, Travel Expenses for Concur Users.
KFSIDR 1040 is a hands-on class is designed for accounting staff who need to review and monitor both transactional and summary level data at the individual account level.
Beginning in late April or early May 2020, SAP Concur will release a new version of its mobile app (v. 9.79). To prioritize resources and increase security, with this release Concur will only support the current and six earlier versions of the app at any given time.
We have revised our approach to use only the KFS project code CORONAV-20 for all expenses related to the outbreak, except as noted below. Begin using this project code immediately.
While Cornell responds to the COVID-19 emergency, we are allowing critical business-related purchases to be delivered to off-campus addresses.
As President Pollack has issued the statement asking units to complete and implement emergency response plans by March 20, we in the Division of Financial Affairs (DFA) have completed our plans and have implemented remote work for as many of our staff members as possible as of Tuesday, March 17.
If you need to purchase products and services as a direct result of the coronavirus outbreak, please use the following project code: CORONAV-20.
Updates to the Buying Manual include deletion of the sections on the disbanded program for personal-liability corporate cards and updates to purchases with special procedures.
All students and employees may access their 2019 W-2s in Workday.