Fiscal Year 2016
Fiscal Year 2014
- FY2014-33: Federal Approval of Allocated and Billed Costs for FY2014 (10/23/2014)
- FY2014-32: 4th Quarter PPD Statistics Reports and FY2015 PPD Opportunities (8/19/2014)
- FY2014-31: Earnings Code Processing During Accounts Payable Pay Periods (7/14/2014)
- FY2014-30: Annual FY 2014 Capital (Fixed) Asset Inventory Review (7/2/2014)
- FY2014-29: FY2014 Statutory Receivable Instructions (6/26/2014)
- FY2014-27: Earnings Codes Processing During Split Year Pay Period (6/17/2014)
- FY2014-28: FY2014 Higher Education Audit Guidance (6/17/2014)
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Fiscal Year 2015
- FY2015-24: 3rd Quarter PPD Statistics Report (4/30/15)
- FY2015-23: Preparation for 2015 – New Audit Requirements and Recurring Issues from the 2014 Single Audit (4/15/2015)
- FY2015-22: Affordable Care and Employer Shared Responsibility Compliance (3/10/2015)
- FY2015-21: FY2015 2nd Quarter PPD Statistics Report (3/4/2015)
- FY2015-20: Contract Reduction Plan Recommendations (2/12/2015)
- FY2015-19: Mid-year Capital Asset Inventory Review (2/5/2015)
- FY2015-18: Late Penalty Interest Rate (1/20/2015)
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Fiscal Year 2013
- FY2013-32: Federal Approval of Allocated and Billed Costs for FY2013 (issued 8/20/2013)
- FY2013-30: Earnings Code Processing During Accounts Payable Pay Periods (issued 7/3/2013)
- FY2013-31: Annual FY 2013 Capital (Fixed) Asset Inventory Review (issued 7/3/2013)
- FY2013-28: New Legislative Reporting Requirements for Federal Grants (issued 6/20/2013)
- FY2013-29: FY2013 Higher Education Audit Guidance (issued 6/20/2013)
- FY2013-27: Earnings Codes Processing During Split Year Pay Period (issued 6/11/2013)
- FY2013-24: Payment Collection Data Security Policy (issued 6/6/2013)
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