Normandy Roden, the OUC's Director of Finance & Procurement Business Services, was recently appointed to the Higher Education User Group (HEUG) Membership Committee. Her focus will be on writing and editing print/online materials for distribution to HEUG members and for promotional use outside of the HEUG. Normandy also continues for a 2nd year as Chair of the HEUG Communications Committee.
Our CPE Program wraps up the 4th quarter of FY13 with a promising day of all-new courses ... and a "back by popular demand" day of repeats. We've had a tremendous registration response and all courses are waitlisted; however, if you would like to attend, contact the CPE Program Manager, Lisa Vallad:
Our latest CUSP submission describes an innovative laboratory cleaning process that saves times, maintains bioexclusion requirements, and decreases chemical/water use.
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Need to request access to use the PeopleSoft Finance System or CU Marketplace? The OUC is currently updating the Financial Systems Access Request form (on the web at The revised version, which will be available later this month, will clarify roles/role descriptions and provide updated information on training requirements. We'll let you know when the revised form is published online.    
Congratulations to Cal Anderson (OUC's Director of Financial & Reporting Systems) and Jaime Mendez (Financial Systems Analyst) on their well-received presentation at Alliance 2013 in Indianapolis last month. The talk was titled, "Business Process Improvement and Leveraging PeopleSoft Investment." It offered tips and templates for achieving both goals through the examples of PeopleSoft’s Accounts Receivable/Billing modules as well as Fiscal Certification and other innovative processes that utilize the Finance System at the University of Colorado.
The Gift SpeedType Setup procedures were recently revised to reflect an enhancement in the training assurance process. If you work with gift monies, you already know that responsible individuals must be identified for every gift via the assignment of fiscal roles in the Finance System. You also know that all individuals with fiscal roles on Gift (Fund 34) SpeedTypes are required to complete gift fund management training.