News

  1. Change Favorites for new fiscal year in eReports

    Change Favorites in eReports for New Fiscal Year

    Jun 15, 2020

    The new fiscal year starts July 2020. Be sure to change your path when accessing Standard Monthly Reports. Go back through the file tree and change to FY2021. Check out other eReports job aids on the Virtual Fiscal Training page on the Operations site!

  2. Virtual Fiscal Training Recordings & FAQs

    Jun 15, 2020

    The Operations team held several virtual training sessions about Local Checking Accounts, PCards, Travel and eReports. If you missed any of these trainings, they can now  be viewed on the Operations site! Two sessions were recorded using the cloud and require the password noted by the links, the other two were uploaded to YouTube, no password required! Link to Virtual Fiscal Trainings

  3. IT Billing Information FY2020

    May 20, 2020

    Expect to see your county’s IT Billing amount for the 4 Quarters of Fiscal Year 2020 on your June eReports. The 4 quarters will be rolled into one charge. In January 2020 an email was sent out to Area Leaders, County Fiscal and/or Budget Steward and Office Associates that would explain how to request any changes/corrections in regards to personnel listed that would determine part of the service fees as well as any changes/corrections that pertained to data service which included the devices in each county.

  4. NELNET (credit card payment gateway platform) to be Piloted in a Few Counties Soon

    May 18, 2020

    Jesse Buxton, Fiscal Officer, Extension Operations, is working with the Treasurer’s Office to roll out the new NelNet payment platform for counties to accept credit card payments. This gateway is very flexible, and can handle payments for goods and services; including many of the registration payments we have historically funneled through CVENT (and things we wanted to use CVENT for that our contract limitations kept us from accomplishing).

  5. Extension Travel Update

    May 14, 2020

    Travel Restricted Through June 30th

    The old 2020 T#s are no longer valid. Any travel needs to be on a newly approved T# and include the email/word doc from Lori Bowman with exemption approval. Blankets can be through 6/30 and will need renewed in July. Exempted overnight travel still needs its own T# per occurrence.

    Travel restrictions

  6. Approvers Please NOTE That $3,000 & Over Amounts Need Additional System Approval

    May 12, 2020

    Purchases $3,000 and over require additional in-system approval. Please see this job aid to help find and get those approved so those purchases are not held up in the process, as they cannot move forward until approved: PeopleSoft Approvals (Vouchers).

  7. LOD Videos and Links- Telecommuting and Online Learning Support

    May 12, 2020

    Find links and recordings that the Learning and Organizational Development unit has created for a ‘video library’ of sorts- many topics that you can watch and learn: COVID-19 Telecommuting and Online Learning Support

  8. Recommend That All OSUE Offices to Have a Travel Arranger

    May 12, 2020

    It is important to keep the flow of fiscal documents moving forward, and one area we can improve on is to have at least one Travel Arranger in each office that CAN get in to the system to check on payments, to add missing documentation, etc. - not intending for them to become the travel initiator/uploader but for emergency fiscal needs. Please consider taking the training in Buckeye Learn and completing this Financial Systems Access Request.

     

  9. Go.osu.edu for Shortened URLs

    May 12, 2020

    Create shorter web links, and name them yourself, that can be used in social media, for print, signage and webpages… the URL can be trusted and is permanent. Go to https://go.osu.edu,  OSU Login, copy/paste the LONG link to shorten, give it a name go.osu.edu/xxxxxxx and Save Link. Use this new/shorter name as needed.

  10. Login Using “SMS” Instead of “PUSH” in Cisco for eReports

    May 12, 2020

    Those on OSU networks do not need to use Cisco VPN to connect in order to get eReports. For those who DO have to use Cisco and have found that they still cannot log in as usual, please try typing in sms  in the box instead of ‘push’, the system will TEXT you codes to type in as you will log in a second time. Please see this job aid to help you get in for eReports: Connecting to Cisco/VPN to Access eReports.

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