The Office of the Assistant Vice President, Financial Affairs and Controller
Important Deadlines for transitioning to UTShare PeopleSoft
UTSA is gearing up for the transition from DEFINE to UTShare PeopleSoft. The Office of the Assistant Vice President/Controller has developed a key calendar that identifies financial due-dates for critical processes. This calendar will be similar to the one used during the year-end process.
The Outlook calendar may be obtained here.
For the Word version please see below:
MISSION: The Office of the Assistant Vice President, Financial Affairs and Controller provides quality financial and accounting services to the Campus Community and ensures the fiscal integrity of the University's resources while partnering and providing excellent customer service. This is accomplished through prudent guidance and management of resources, appropriate levels of internal controls and best practices.
VISION: Leading proactive change at UTSA with innovative financial management solutions.
|03/13/2014: W-4 2014 - Updated W-4 to 2014 version.|
|03/04/2014: Travel Advance Request (TAR) - Split existing TAR form into TAC and TAR form.|
|03/04/2014: Travel Advance Card Request (TAC) - Split existing TAR form into TAC and TAR form.|
|02/27/2014: Project Cost Estimate - Updated Assistant Vice President of Financial Affairs -- Controller or Designee to reflect Steven Hardy.|
|02/13/2014: W-9 UTSA Form - Published revised IRS form.|
|01/06/2014: Travel Reimbursement - Update Travel Reimbursement FMOG to include new mileage rate for 2014.|
|12/18/2013: Travel Reimbursement/Settlement (TRS) - Updated Mileage Reimbursement rate from Jan 1 through Dec 31 2014 to 0.560.|
|12/18/2013: Mileage/Parking Log for Travel Reimbursement - Includes next fiscal year for mileage reimbursement.|
|10/22/2013: Participant Advance - Updated the acronym OSP to reflect the RSC (Research Service Center) on the Participant Advance Form. Updated location for DTS. DTS office fax number updated as well.|
|10/15/2013: Capital Projects Managed by the UT System Office of Facilities Planning and Construction - Update based on SB 215 (83rd legislature) that removed the Coordinating Boards authority to approve construction projects and land acquisition.|