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Introducing Strategic Procurement and Purchasing and its workstreams

9 October 2020

Throughout the summer and as we move into the autumn, the future of the University's approach to procurement and purchasing has evolved. Despite the onset of the pandemic, which saw Procurement Services providing significant support to the University-wide provision of PPE and quickly equipping crucial COVID-19 research...

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Do you have a question about the Expense Management project?

28 August 2020

The Finance Transformation Programme’s (FTP) Expense Management project, which is developing a more up to date, digital and user-friendly method for claiming expenses, is progressing well and the team is on-track to launch its pilot phase with nine departments at the start of October. The development of a new expense...

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New Procurement Services website launched

24 July 2020

A major step towards creating a simpler, more user-friendly approach to how the University procures, purchases and pays f or its goods, works and services was made this week (July 24 ) with the launch of V ersion 1 of the new Procurement Services websit e. The launch of V ersion 1 is an ongoing project for 2020 and beyond...

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Finance Weekly Bulletin 819

7 July 2020

The latest round up of news from the Finance Division is available from the UFS website but below is a summary of items that were included in the 7th July edition. Year End Year end tasks to be completed this week New Users programme for year end Payroll - P11d 2019/20 Class 1A National Insurance Contributions costs...

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Cognos AP launched

2 July 2020

Accounts Payable information is now available to departmental users in Cognos, and can be found in the Departmental (Shared) Reports folder for your school. There are three new reports available to you: The AP: Dashboard provides a “to do” list, with an overview of invoices in a particular status The AP: Invoice Enquiry...

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Finance forges ahead on its roadmap to the future

26 June 2020

Through its response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Finance has had to adapt at speed to keep critical business functions operating , while progressing major functional activities such as the budget and year-end process. Operating remotely posed a real challenge to continuity of service to paper-based processes but enabled the...

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Finance Weekly Bulletin No. 817

23 June 2020

The latest issue of the Finance Weekly Bulletin is now available from the UFS website . A summary of this week’s items is given below and Key Contacts are requested to share this information with staff in their departments as appropriate. Procurement Supplier in Administration – Bertram Books REMINDER: Merger of Sigma...

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Finance Weekly Bulletin No. 816

16 June 2020

The latest issue of the Finance Weekly Bulletin, No. 816, is now available from the UFS website . A summary of this week’s items is given below and Key Contacts are requested to share this information with staff in their departments as appropriate. Payroll : P11d queries and amendments deadline Procurement : Marketplace...

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Finance Weekly Bulletin No. 815

10 June 2020

The latest issue of the Finance Weekly Bulletin, No. 815, is now available from the UFS website . A summary of this week’s items is given below and Key Contacts are requested to share this information with staff in their departments as appropriate. Payroll - UPS and the recruitment pause iProcurement - Requesting...

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Expense Management System update and roll out plan

29 May 2020

The Finance Transformation Programme’s (FTP) Expense Management System project is progressing well and, with support from wider University user groups, a more user-friendly system is being developed. This is paving the way for Finance and all University staff to operate in a more digital environment, which is even more so...

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CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19
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Please see our CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19 Assistance pages for help with areas of Finance during the current situation.

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