The principal methods of networking that enable the Internet are contained in specially designated RFCs that constitute the Internet Standards. Other less rigorous documents are simply informative, experimental, or historical, or document the best current practices BCP when implementing Internet technologies.
Monitoring Expenditure Regular monitoring of expenditure is essential; not just to verify expenditure against target but also to identify changing patterns or circumstances that need corrective action.
You should have procedures in place within your department to monitor progress against budget and objectives at regular intervals generally monthly. In addition, appropriate reporting and authorisation mechanisms should be in place.
To monitor expenditure, the types of information you need include: When profiling the budget, planned expenditure patterns should be considered.
For certain types of expenditure particularly non-staff costs it is likely that expenditure will peak and trough at particular points in the year actual expenditure to date future expenditure commitments balance of annual budget remaining.
When actual expenditure and commitments together are compared to the full year budget, this will indicate the balance of budget remaining at the review point forecast outturn.
This is the expected position against budget at the end of the year after taking into account all anticipated expenditure. The forecast outturn may not be equal to the original budget analysis and explanation of any positive or negative variances when comparing expenditure and forecast outturn to budget, together with a documented action plan in order to address adverse variances There are a number of reports in uBASE that can help you with the monitoring of expenditure against budget.
Information on the reports is available in the Reports catalogue. The monitoring of expenditure against budget should be regularly undertaken at an overall level by the Head of Department and, where appropriate, at a more detailed level by the individual budget holders.
Meetings between the Head of Department and the individual budget holders should be held at regular intervals ideally monthly and any actions identified should be formally documented and agreed. Virement of Budget Between Cost Centres Where budget virements have been authorised there should be formal evidence of this by the Head of Department or nominee and a record held within the Department for potential review by Auditors or other staff in the event of a query.
It is not necessary to systematically vire budgets across all cost centres in order to remove any possible variance. In these circumstances the original budget value should be left in place to aid future expenditure planning and to highlight to budget managers where variances have arisen.
The Head of Department should use budget virements proactively, in order to authorise additional expenditure in a particular 'cost centre' arising from changes to the original plan.
Virements are not required to simply match budget to total expenditure already incurred. The Pro-Vice-Chancellor for your Faculty will be mainly concerned with the control of expenditure within the overall Department, not at individual cost centre level.
The materiality level for conducting a virement should be in line with the size of the original budget allocation. The capability to conduct budget virements in uBASE should be limited in a Department to no more than three users.
This is to ensure consistency of approach and that the required documentary evidence to support the need for the virement can be maintained. To request a journal, users should email the details to the Finance Manager for their Academic Department or Professional Services Department or the Research Finance that looks after the account code to be charged.
The details to be supplied when requesting a journal must include: This is to ensure that the use of journals has supporting evidence that is auditable. It is not possible to simply move fixed sums or 'block sums' from one code to another without this supporting evidence.
It is expected that the General Ledger code will be the same for both the credit and debit entry since journals should not be used to reclassify the nature of the expenditure ie GL code that was originally generated when the material group was first selected.
Where this is not the case, details in the journal request should be supplied to explain why different GL codes have been indicated. For journals requesting the movement of staff employment costs, the supporting details provided must include the staff to which the transfer relates and the period concerned.
For journals requesting the movement of incorrectly charged Internal Trade costs a specific type of journal is required. This is marked on a report as Internal Trade.
It may be possible to move by journal fixed sums of employment costs but, for most corrections to staff employment costs, journals are not actually required. This is because the payroll system itself can recode the 'cost distribution' from previous pay months and this should be initiated by making a request to the Finance Manager for your Academic Department or Professional Services Department or the Research Finance ie depending on whether the corrections involve an externally funded research project code or not.
Again, the details required will include: Users requesting journal transfers to be made should note that the 'person responsible' or 'approver' for the cost centre or WBS element to be debited will not receive the opportunity to accept or reject the entry.
As such, in order to protect all parties concerned with the journal transfer ie requester and inputter it is vital that the supporting details as described above are provided. Departments should be mindful of the administrative burden of gathering the evidence to support the request for a journal and the inputting process itself.
Consideration of journal materiality levels will of course vary from department to department and project to project depending on the size of the overall budget.being aware that although safety and health responsibilities can and should be delegated, legal responsibility for safety and health still rests with the employer.
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The group will use the Facilities Management Tool (Individual) as part of the scoping exercise and will take account of good practice as described in the Facilities Arrangements for Trade Union & Professional Organisations PIN Policy. Recommendations will be made to the Area Partnership Forum (or equivalent) on how funds are put to best use.
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P1 The organization develops, disseminates, and reviews/updates [Assignment: organization-defined frequency]: A formal, documented access control policy that addresses purpose, scope, roles, responsibilities, management commitment, coordination among organizational entities, and compliance; and Formal, documented procedures to facilitate the implementation of the access control policy and.