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The University implemented the Kuali Financial System (KFS) as its systemwide financial management system in July, 2012. KFS records and manages all of the financial transactions and fiscal activity for all of the UH campuses. Other UH systems (Banner Student, PeopleSoft Human Resources, eTravel, RCUH FIS, etc.) also interface with KFS. The UH also implemented eThority for its financial data query tool.

Over the past two fiscal years, designated teams from the Fiscal Services Office (FSO) visited business office staff on each of the 10 campuses for feedback on user satisfaction with KFS and eThority. Detailed summaries of the visits may be found here. The FSO team wishes to thank all business office staff for their time, gracious hospitality and candid feedback. All suggestions will be reviewed and prioritized to determine which changes can feasibly be implemented in the system. Some of the suggestions have already led to changes in the system.

KFS and eThority are available: Monday – Saturday 6:00 am – 8:00 pm, Sunday 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

About Kuali

The Kuali Financial System (KFS) is based on the Financial Information System used at Indiana University for more than 10 years. KFS is a modular financial accounting system designed to meet the needs of higher education. The University of Hawaii has been involved with the Kuali Financial Project since its inception in 2005. In November, 2008 the UH began our internal project to determine how KFS would be implemented for UH. On July 2, 2012, UH implemented these KFS modules: Chart of Accounts, General Ledger, Financial Processing, Labor Ledger, Accounts Receivable, Contracts and Grants, Purchasing, Accounts Payable and Capital Asset Management.

What is Kuali? +

As Versatile as a Wok...

Although the Kuali Financial System cannot be used for cooking purposes*, it is as versatile as a wok:

  • Versatility in Development: It has been developed by a group of versatile institutions of higher education and other organizations that have similar financial processing and reporting needs. The Kuali Foundation includes several UC campuses (UC Davis, Irvine, Santa Barbara, Office of the President), other public universities (Colorado State University, Indiana University), private universities (Cornell University), and a community college (San Joaquin Delta College). The various perspectives from these institutions of higher education allow us to develop systems that address the increasingly complex world of university finance and accounting.

  • Versatile Modules: Kuali's modular design includes a base system of Chart of Accounts (COA), General Ledger, Transactions, Reporting, and Workflow. Additional modules that will be implemented include: Accounts Receivable, Budgeting, Purchasing, Accounts Payable, Capital Assets Management, Endowment, Enhanced Decision Support/Reporting, Labor Distribution, Pre- and Post-Award Research Administration, Cash Receipting and Disbursement.

  • Versatility in Routing and Business Rule Development: Kuali features flexibility in establishing business and routing rules which will make it a sustainable financial system into the future. For example, the Kuali Financial System will give you the ability to ad hoc route to an individual or to a workgroup.

A special thank you to UCDavis for providing the content used on this page.

Why KFS? +

Approach recommended by UH Business Process Council (BPC), which said:

  • FMIS works, but is not our long-term future
  • Commercial software options unattractive to UH
  • Community source approach optimized control, cost and risk factors (www.hawaii.edu/bpc)
  • Recommendation accepted by Administration and Board of Regents (BOR)

  • Kuali embodies better if not best practices
  • Kuali will better position our University for the future
  • Makes good business sense
  • KFS Benefits +

  • Designed by higher education for higher education:

    KFS was developed from the Indiana University Financial Information System and enhanced to meet the requirements of the other partner institutions

  • Proven and modular architecture:

    The system uses the J2EE architecture and is designed to allow institutions to implement only those modules that meet their requirements.

  • Community source:

    Collaboration with other Universities ensures that we are not alone and expands the resources available for maintenance and new development

  • Reduced implementation costs:

    There are no vendor or licensing fees.

  • Electronic Workflow:

    KFS provides for electronic routing of all financial transaction and maintenance documents with attachments and notes.

  • Consistent look and feel and integrated modules:

    The modules within KFS have the same look and feel and information is readily available across the modules.
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    FAQs

    General FAQs +

    Q: What software or hardware will I need to use KFS?

    A: KFS is accessed via any of the common web browsers.  The system supports Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome and Safari.  No special software is required other than a connection to the internet.

    Special printers or printer connections are not required.  Any items printed from the system can be printed to any locally attached printer.  eDocs that are intended for printing such as the Purchase Order and the Disbursement Voucher coversheet are in a printer-friendly format. However, all eDocs are not in a printer-friendly format since they are stored in the system perpetually and not intended for printing.

    Q: What is the URL for KFS?

    A: kfs.hawaii.edu
    Q: My Action List doesn’t contain the documents that route to me as a delegate. How do I fix this?
    A: Click on the down-arrow in the upper right hand corner that is defaulted to "Choose Secondary Delegation" and select "All Secondary Delegations".  You should now see eDocs that have accounts delegated to you.

    Q: Why can’t I print my document?

    A: KFS requires that your browser pop-up blocker is disabled for the printing of documents.  The following tips will help you manage your Pop-Up Blockers in Firefox and Internet Explorer:

    Manage Your Pop-Up Blocker in Firefox
    Manage Your Pop-Up Blocker in Internet Explorer
    Q:  I’m working in KFS and ran into a problem that I want to create a trouble ticket.  What’s the quickest way to submit a trouble ticket?
    A: Go to the Financial Systems service within the Financial Management website
    (www.fmo.hawaii.edu/financial_systems/) and click on the Contact Us tab. Click on the icon which
    will link you to the trouble ticket web form.

    You can also submit a trouble ticket using the web link located below:

    http://www.hawaii.edu/kualifinancial/feedbackForm.php

    Q. How do I get notified of upcoming KFS training?

    A: If you are a member of the KFS-USERS listserv, you will receive an email notification of all upcoming KFS training classes. To be added to the KFS-USERS listserv, click on the link: www.fmo.hawaii.edu/financial_systems/listserv.php Complete the required fields and click the submit button at the bottom of the form


    You will receive an email notification when you have been added to the list.
    Q. How do I change my personal information in KFS?

    1. Please send the following information to kfs-help@lists.hawaii.edu: UH number | UH Username | Name ( old and new) | Phone Number (old and new) | Email Address (old and new)

      Note: Please only include phone number and email address if either of those are incorrect. 
    Q. Where do I find information on using wildcards or special characters when performing a search in KFS?

    A: For a quick reference guide on how to use wildcards or special characters when performing searches in KFS refer to the Search Criteria Quick Reference Guide
    Q. How do I delete an attachment after it has been added?

    A: On KFS Transaction Documents, e.g., DV, REQ, PO, POA, PREQ, ACCT, etc., users may delete unwanted attachments, provided the eDoc is in one of the following statuses: INITIATED, SAVED, CANCELED or DISAPPROVED. “Users” include the initiator and any approver in the eDoc’s route log. This feature does not apply to Vendor or Procurement Card eDocs (PVENs or PCDOs).

    To remove the Note/Attachment, click on the “delete” button in the Actions column beside the Note/Attachment to be removed. Upon removal, KFS will automatically add a new note indicating the filename and the name of the user who deleted the Note/Attachment.

    The “delete” button will NOT be provided for eDocs that are in ENROUTE status. Users may request deletion by submitting a trouble ticket to the KFS System Administrator using the web link below:

    http://www.hawaii.edu/kualifinancial/feedbackForm.php

    Please be sure to include the eDoc number, the attachment number and the reason for removal, e.g., sensitive information. Attachments on eDocs of FINAL and PROCESSED statuses will not be deleted.
    Q. How do I view and/or print an On-line tutorial?

    A: For detailed instructions, click here.

    Access and Security +

    Q: Will I need a special login and password to access KFS?

    A: KFS uses the UH username and password.  This is the same login that is used for UH mail (i.e., @hawaii.edu).
    Q: How will users be authorized access to the system?
    A: KFS has roles that are assigned to users.  A listing of the KFS Roles can be found here.

    User access is requested and authorized by the Fiscal Administrator by completing the KFS Security Form (FSO-40). In addition, users must complete the required ACER online service for UH Faculty/Staff/Student or the General Confidentiality Notice for non-UH individuals. Please read and review the UH Data Governance Page.
    Q: Where do I find information on changing my security questions?
    A: For more information refer to the Central Authentication Service Level 2 Security Instructions.
    Q: I can’t login to KFS, I’ve been logging in all this time using my bookmarks. 
    A: Sometimes bookmarks get corrupted.  If you can’t login using your bookmark, try typing KFS.hawaii.edu in the Firefox browser’s URL.  Then bookmark or continue to login by typing just, KFS, Firefox will “remember” the hawaii.edu portion.
    Q: What do I need to do if a user terminates employment or leaves my department?
    A: Depending on the user's role and access in the systems, different things may need to be done. Please use the KFS Checklist for Terminated or Transferring Employees as a guide for items requiring update.
    Q: I keep getting requests to authorize expenditures but am not permitted to approve the expenditure.
    A: You probably do not have security access to KFS.  You’ll need to contact your Fiscal Administrator to submit a FSO-40 Security Form, to the KFS Security Administrator.  Once approved, you’ll have access to KFS
        

    Accounts Receivable +

    Q: How do I generate GLPE on the Cash Control Document?

    A:  After the Payment Application document is in FINAL status, the generate button will display on the General Info tab on the Cash Control document.   To generate the General Ledger Pending Entries (GLPE), click the “generate” button.

    Note: The related Payment Application document must be in FINAL status before you can generate the GLPEs on the Cash Control document.  If the Payment Application document has the status of Saved or Enroute, you will need to click the “reload” button at the bottom of the Payment Application window Application window.

    Q: I am reviewing my aging report and find that a few of my receivables were either processed with an AD or are duplicates.  How do I correct or reverse the transaction?

    A:  To improve and maintain the integrity of financial transactions in KFS, debit entries and adjustments to Advance Deposits (AD) and Credit Card Receipts(CCR) eDocs shall be processed as outlined in Recording Debit Entries and Processing Adjustments to Advance Deposit (AD) and Credit Card Receipt (CCR) eDocs.
    Below is the url for your reference:
    http://www.fmo.hawaii.edu/docs/Memos/FMO_May_20_2015.pdf

    Q: Are we able to apply an internal billing (IB) to pay for KFS invoice?
    A: The AR invoice should be reversed. IBs should be used for business between two UH departments; invoicing or billing should not be prepared for another University Department. If you need additional assistance please contact Fiscal Services or a submit a trouble ticket.
    Q: Cash Control has a disapproved Application, how does a new application get generated to apply payments correctly?  Do I need to create a new cash control for that?

    A:  Create a new Cash Control (CTRL) with a new Payment Application (APP) to replace the disapproved APP.  Use the same Deposit Reference Info Tab details as on the original Cash Control, and please add an ad hoc to Shelby Ozaki (shelbyn@hawaii.edu ) at Treasury Office.

    For CTRL eDoc currently in Enroute status with the Financial Document Detail tab & Cash Control Details tab:
    - Click the "generate" button to get the General Ledger Pending Entries (GLPE) entries. Check if the amounts in the GLPE tab is correct (the Cash Control Details tab’s total for all lines less the disapproved line)
    - If the GLPEs have the correct amounts, add an ad hoc to Shelby before submitting.
    -- If the GLPEs' amounts are something else, don’t submit the Cash Control.

    Q: Can the invoice be revised/edited when the status is final?

    A:  Invoices cannot be revised or edited once they are FINAL. Depending on what you need to revise and whether payments have been applied, you may need to cancel it or issue a customer credit memo or another invoice for an additional amount.

           

    Capital Assets +

    Q:   How is asset information maintained?

    A:    KFS has a Capital Asset Management (CAM) module that is used to maintain assets.  CAM will be used to maintain both capital and non-capital assets.  Some details about the asset will be captured when the requisition is created.  This information is completed by the initiator of the requisition (or whomever enters the capital asset object code in the accounting line).  Additional information will be fed to the Capital Asset Builder when the related payment is processed.

    Q:   How do I correct an address associated with a building code?

    A: Forward requests to the Property & Fund Management Office (PFMO) for update.

    Q:   How are controlled property items entered into CAM?

    A: Controlled property items will be input by PFMO by extracting object codes 775G; 775U; 776A or 776F.

    Q:   How will non-capital assets be recorded in KFS?

    A: Non-capital asset purchases may be added to CAM as a manual input by the departments. Use non-capital asset object code 777U on accounting line.  Input non-capital assets into CAM using the Add Asset feature and create assets using the Acquisition Type Code 'A' for Non-capital assets.

    Q:   What is the difference between non-capital assets and controlled property assets?

    A: Non-capital assets should not be confused with controlled property assets. Controlled property assets are assets less than $5000, Federal or Agency vested or weapons/firearms which are to be extracted and input by PFMO. These assets are extracted based on the object codes 775G or 775U - weapons; 776A or 776F - Agency/Federal owned property less than $5000.  Non-capital assets are all other assets less than $5,000 which do not fit in the above categories.

    eThority +

    Q:  What is the difference between a Template and a DataBook?

    A:  A Template is a core dataset that includes all available fields and all of the records. The data is not grouped, sorted or filtered in any way. A Databook is created by an eThority user resulting from a query and may be grouped, sorted or filtered. For a listing of all templates and databooks, please refer to the eThority DataBook Descriptions reference document located in the Financial Systems > Training > eThority tab.
    Q:  How do I find out what the various fields represent?
    A:  There is a listing of the field definitions for the GL Financial Transaction Template located in the Financial Systems > Training > eThority tab. Additional definition reference documents will be added as they are finalized.

    Q:  What do I do when I get a “Request Failed” error message and my report is terminated?

    Databook cancelled error

    A: ITS will cancel eThority DataBooks that are resource intensive and reduce performance. Please send an email to John Burke (john25@hawaii.edu) with the following information: your username, databook name, date and time you started the databook, date and time the databook was cancelled. We will contact you to help you make the databook more efficient which will improve performance.
    Q:  What is the difference between a group and a sort?
    A:  You can order the data in a query using either the Group or Sort feature but fields can only be included in one or the other. The main difference is Group allows you to calculate subtotals at the different levels. The sort function allows you to organize your data but you cannot add totals and subtotals.
    Q:  Can filters be re-ordered?
    A:  You cannot change the order of filters but you can change the order within sub-grouped filters.
    Q:  When will I be prompted for a control value I create?
    A: IThe checkbox “Ask for Control Values” must be checked when the DataBook is saved. You will only be prompted for any control values in a DataBook when the DataBook is first opened.
    Q:  In eThority when I navigate to VIEW > Field Selector, if I want to add more fields to my DataBook, can I select and add multiple fields at one time or do I have to select and add one field at a time?
    A: From the Field Selector, you can only add one field at a time or you can add all of the fields available for use.

    Financial Processing +

    Q:  Can I process a Pre-Encumbrance edoc to liquidate a Purchase Order encumbrance?

    A:  No, the Pre-Encumbrance and Purchase Order documents generate encumbrance entries with different balance types therefore the encumbrances are posted as separate records in the open encumbrance table.
    Q:  Can I liquidate a Pre-Encumbrance balance by using the error correction button?
    A:  No, to liquidate a Pre-Encumbrance balance, complete the Disencumbrance section of the Pre-Encumbrance edoc and input the original Pre-Encumbrance document number in the reference field to properly liquidate the original Pre-Encumbrance.  The error correction button will generate another record with a different document number in the open encumbrance table and not liquidate the original Pre-Encumbrance.
    Q:  Where can I find information on the PCard Program and/or instructions on the KFS Procurement Card Document(PCDO) process?
    A: Detailed policy information on UH's PCard Program and related FAQs which include recommendations for completion of the KFS PCDO may be found on the OPRPM website at
    https://sites.google.com/a/hawaii.edu/oprpm-pcard/.

    Detailed processing instructions for reconciliation and approval of PCard transactions via the KFS PCDO may be found on this page https://www.fmo.hawaii.edu/financial_systems/index.html under the Policies and Guidelines and Training tabs, Financial Processing section.

    Labor +

    Q: The message 'person not found' appears when I attempt to input the the employee ID number into the Emp ID field to create a Salary Expense transfer document. When I look up the detail payroll transaction in the Labor Ledger View screen, the Employee ID matches the one I attempted to use to create the ST. What should I do?

    A:  There may be multiple Employee ID Numbers assigned to the Employee. If the Employee ID number you find on the payroll transaction detail does not work when you are attempting to create an ST, here's what to do:
    1. Click on the 'Administration' tab, look at the System/Identity Section and click on 'Person' which with take you to the 'Person Lookup' table. Input the employee's first and last names in the appropriate fields and click on 'Search'.

    2. Write down both the Entity ID and Employee ID for all instances you find on the search and submit a trouble ticket with the info you collected.

    Q: The 'Employee Name' field is blank on the Labor Ledger View screen when I search for a specific Employee ID. How do I find the name for this employee?

    A: On the same Labor Ledger View screen, drill down on an amount and look for the 'Transaction Ledger Entry Description' field
    Q: I noticed on the Account Status (Current Funds) Balance Inquiry screen search results that there are some lines that have '*Unknown Name*' displayed in the 'Person' field. How do I find out the name that the amount is associated with?
    A: Click on the amount shown in the 'YTD Actual' field which should bring up a Labor Ledger View screen and then choose a non-zero amount. A Ledger Entry Lookup screen will appear and look for the 'Transaction Ledger Entry Description' field to find the employee's name and scroll to the right and find the 'Employee ID' field to find the Employee ID number.

    Purchasing +

    Q. How do I disable pop-up blockers so I can print a PO?

    A:
    1. You must add kfs.hawaii.edu as an exception if blocker has been set to yes.

    2. In Firefox click on Tools>Options>Content.  Click on the Exceptions button to open the Allowed Sites pop-up window.  In the Address of website field enter kfs.hawaii.edu, and then click Allow. The Site column should now display kfs.hawaii.edu, and the Status column should indicate Allow.  Click Close to exit the window.

    3. In Internet Explorer click on Tools>Internet Options>Privacy.  When the Internet Options window opens, check if blocker has been set to yes.  If so, click the Settings button to open the Pop-up Blocker Settings.  In the Address of website to allow field, enter kfs.hawaii.edu, and then click Add.  kfs.hawaii.edu should be displayed in the Allowed Sites box.  Click Close button to exit the window.
    Q. I was creating a requisition and my building was not listed in KFS.  How do I add a new building code or room number?
    A:
    1. Contact your Fiscal Administrator (FA) to confirm that the Building Code and/or Room Number are unavailable in KFS.

    2. FA should then send email request to Kelcie Watai of the Property and Fund Management Office,  kelciew@hawaii.edu

    3. The email request should include the following information: name of the building,   physical address, signage schedule or map of all room numbers and the building room type (i.e., office, classroom, laboratory).

    4. When completing a requisition, how do I know whether to select Item Type: ‘Quantity’ versus ‘No Quantity’ in the Items tab?

    5. KFS uses Item Type to determine how the PO encumbrance should be liquidated at payment time.  Since this is primarily a payment consideration subject to a number of variables pertaining to the purchase request, many business offices have developed their own criteria for determining which option to select.  

    6. Therefore, check with your business office for more guidance on this topic.
    Q. How do I close a PO?
    A:
    1. The ‘close order’ feature is used to inactivate a Purchase Order from further processing and to disencumber any remaining PO encumbrances. 

    2. The button appears on PO’s which have had Payment Requests processed against them. 

    3. It should be used only by authorized departmental fiscal personnel and central procurement staff and only on POs approved and issued by the respective unit.

    4. BEFORE closing the PO, a check should be made to assure that all related Payment Requests have been fully processed.

    5. To use the ‘close order’ feature search for your PO from Main Menu>Custom Document Searches>Purchase Orders.

    6. Review results and select PO version in ‘open’ status.  When the PO is displayed, click the ‘close order’ button at the bottom of the page. 

    7. The PO status will be immediately updated to CLOSED, and any remaining encumbrances will be disencumbered during the nightly batch process. 
    Q. How do I re-print a PO?
    A:
    1. The ‘retransmit’ feature is used to re-print a Purchase Order or Purchase Order Amendment document.

    2. It should be used only by authorized departmental fiscal personnel and central procurement staff and only on POs approved and issued by the respective unit.

    3. To use the ‘retransmit’ feature search for your PO from Main Menu>Custom Document Searches>Purchase Orders.

    4. Review results and select PO version in ‘open’ status.  When the PO is displayed, click the ‘retransmit’ button at the bottom of the page.  System will advance to a PO retransmit document. 

    5. In the Purchase Order Retransmit tab, select the desired PO Header to be printed at the top of the document [Purchase Order or Retransmission of Purchase Order (for PO Amendment)].

    6. Be sure to select all item lines and then click the ‘retransmit’ button. System will display a pdf version of the printed PO or Purchase Order Amendment which can then be printed from your computer. 

    Vendors +


    Q: I was creating a new vendor and received an error msg, “Postal Code is an invalid or inactive postal zip code”.  What do I do?
    A: Create a trouble ticket and include the city, state, zip code you entered on the PVEN eDoc.  The problem is usually the zip code is not in KFS even though the KFS database contains over 43,000 zip codes.  

    Workflow +

    Q:  I previously created account delegates for PREQs and now I want to add account delegates for REQs and POs.   How do I create the account delegates for REQS and POs and keep the account delegates for PREQs using the account delegate global edoc?
    A:  The account delegate global edoc overwrites the previous delegations.  Therefore to keep the PREQ delegations and add the REQ and PO delegations, you would process an account delegate global edoc with all delegations for PREQ, REQ and PO document types.
    Q:  How can an edoc continue routing for approval if the document is in an account supervisor’s action list that is no longer at the University?
    A:  Prepare an account maintenance edoc to update the account supervisor to an appropriate individual.  After the edoc is in final status, submit a trouble ticket to request that the document be requeued to the new account supervisor.
    Q: Sometimes I have to click several screens to open a PDF attachment in KFS.  Is there an easier way? What’s wrong with KFS? 
    A: It’s really a browser problem and not KFS.  You may want to change the way applications are opened in Firefox.  Go to Tools>Options>Applications.  Then scroll the Content Type column to find any acrobat related file.  Then in the Action column, click the drop down arrow and select Use Adobe Acrobat.  You should now see only one popup screen asking you if you want Acrobat to open the PDF file.  (You may need to re-do your adjustments as Firefox is updated.)
    Q: Where can I find the workflow routing of the different eDocs? 
    A: All of the document workflows may be found on the Policies and Guidelines page in the Workflow section.

    Contact Us

    Fiscal Services
    1406 Lower Campus Rd, Room 43
    Honolulu, HI 96822
    808-956-4357
    kfs-help@lists.hawaii.edu


    Name Area of Responsibility Phone Number Email
    Tammy Vandevender Director, KFS Project Manager 956-0383 tammy@hawaii.edu
    John Burke eThority, Reporting 956-0413 john25@hawaii.edu
    Elaine Chun Financial Processing 956-0400 echun@hawaii.edu
    Eric Hiyoto Chart of Accounts, Accounts Receivable 956-0408 hiyoto@hawaii.edu
    Suzanne Izumi Capital Assets 956-2118 sizumi@hawaii.edu
    Emily Jorgensen Purchasing 956-7978 ejorgen@hawaii.edu
    Dawn Kim Effort Reporting 956-0396 dawnkim@hawaii.edu
    Michele Nakamoto Workflow, Interfaces, AP 956-0407 youngm@hawaii.edu
    Jeffrey Tomori Labor 956-0414 tomori@hawaii.edu
    Joanne Yama Contracts and Grants 956-8163 jyama@hawaii.edu

     

    Where can I find system training?

    Training guides, online tutorials and tips of the week may be found on each of the topics noted below on a self-served basis.  A Training instance is also available and may be utilized together with the training guide and related exercises for a hands-on experience.  To access the Training instance, click on the foregoing link, enter userID “train001” and password “#l4tm4in”.  Note: Training instance data is refreshed every Sunday morning therefore, any test data previously entered may not be available for further testing. 

    Additionally, Process Documents (similar to operator manuals) for some KFS modules, e.g., Accounts Payable, Chart of Accounts, Financial Processing, etc., are available and may be found on the Policies and Guidelines page.

    Finally, instructor-led training sessions are periodically offered by the Financial Management Training Team. Scheduled classes may be found on the training calendar on the FMO home page.  The sessions are updated each month, so please check back for additional sessions.  Classes are offered on a first come, first serve basis.  For a complete list of course offerings, see the KFS and eThority Course Descriptions document. 

    Training announcements are also sent to the KFS Users listserv (kfs-users@listserv.hawaii.edu).  Refer to the General FAQs if you need instructions on how to get added to the listserv.  If interested in attending a class session, please complete the registration form.

    If you have missed a scheduled class or do not see a particular topic offered on the course listing, one-on-one training may also be arranged by contacting someone from the Training Team.

    For questions about training, please contact Fiscal Services Office.

    Accounts Receivable +

    Action List Management +

    Basics / Extended Basics +

    Budget +

    Capital Asset Management +

    Chart of Accounts +

    Deposits +

    Effort Reporting +

    Training Manuals and References

    Effort Reporting - Training Manual

    Financial Processing +

    Fundamentals / Introduction +

    Journal Entries +

    Labor Ledger +

    Purchasing +

    Vendors +

    eThority Training +

    Reports +