Question and answer sessions will review a specific Capital Equipment topic and provide an open forum for people to ask questions they might have. These optional sessions are open to all persons interested in understanding the Capital Equipment Policies and Procedures, including Department Property Administrators (DPAs), Primary Investigators, and Financial Specialists.
As of fall 2023, a new self-paced Department Property Administrator (DPA) training course is available in Canvas. Registration is available through the OHRD website.
A new “Find Capital Equipment Assets” search tool for WISER is now available. This search tool is intended for DPA and financial staff usage. This allows departments to create their own ad hoc reporting on their capital equipment.
The “FY21 Physical Inventory Schedule” is now available on our Property Control page located under the section titled “Department Property Administrator Information”. Under the guidance of UW System policy 300-Interim 02, an extension was granted …
This procedure outlines the steps that occur if a merchant account is found to not be compliant with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).
This procedure for refunding a payment is specifically for transactions that have been processed through centralized Accounts Receivable.
This procedure is for handling customer payments that have been declined for any reason including insufficient funds, closed bank accounts, etc.
Non-Sponsored receivable balances will be managed centrally by the Division of Business Services.
Cancelations and adjustments of open invoices are processed centrally in the Division of Business Services (DoBS). Adjustments and cancelations need to include explanation for the adjustment.
Departments are responsible for entering bills into SFS. The Division of Business Services (DoBS) will generate invoices from the bills entered. Bills can be entered as either one-time or installment. Payment terms generally will be Net30, unless an exception has been approved by DoBS.