The Finance and Planning Group provides business advice and commercial discipline to enable the University to do sustainable, world class teaching and research.
Chart of Accounts Freeze Lifted 1st March 2013.
The chart of Accounts has been lifted. There are new forms that must be completed for Amendments to Cost Centres and Local Purpose Codes, these are found at the FPG Forms page. Forms must be signed by the appropriate delegate. In the short term this is the COA Divisional Point of Contact, a list is available at the Chart of Accounts page on the TEE Program Website. All sections of the form must be completed. Additional guidance on the creation of new values for the Cost Centre and Local Purpose Code values can be found at the FPG Chart of Accounts page.
Finance and Planning Group anticipate a high volume of requests for new Cost Centres and Local Purpose Codes, as such it may take longer than normal to process each request. To assist Finance and Planning Group manage this process we ask that divisions prioritise their requests with the most urgent only being sent in the first instance. Applications for less urgent new values can then be submitted over the coming weeks.
The University of Melbourne CPA Discussion Group
CPA Discussion groups provide an opportunity to network with peers encouraging personal and professional development in an informal and friendly atmosphere. Discussion groups provide an opportunity for: information exchange, knowledge management, networking, problem solving, personal and professional development, mentoring, CPD hours.
Participants: Members in the public practice sector
Venue: Melbourne University
Meeting dates: The group meets quarterly depending on availability of speakers
Register: To be added to the invitation list to upcoming CPA Discussion Group events please contact the University of Melbourne CPA Group Secretary Minay Lodhiya firstname.lastname@example.org or 8344-6460.
Looking for missing income?
Please refer to the listings of Unidentified Funds which log unknown funds that are currently in the University of Melbourne’s bank account.