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Steps to assist with purchasing September 29, 2010 Sylvia Martinez BANNER REQUISITION TRAINING
To begin you will need to know the following: Vendor Identification Number (ex.9000?????) Funds in the appropriate account codes Always check for banner messages Quotes, if needed ( use Buyways, a very helpful tool!) Use state contracts when necessary! BANNER REQUISITIONING
Learn from each other Share ideas and/or shortcuts You can always call purchasing Don’t be scared to look for shortcuts, you can always delete, remove record and/or deny doc When in doubt network with other PAC secretaries
RECEIVING Acknowledge receiving items and/or service Follow instructions on form Send Direct Receiving form to Central Receiving in a timely manner INVOICING When a order is delivered, review the packing slips and/or invoices mark it “OK TO PAY”,dated, sign it, fax it to Accounts Payables at 210-485-0355.
Your name will appear on reports if a receiver (Direct Receiving Form) has not been entered for your requisition. Your name will continue to appear on reports until Requisition has been closed out completely If the receiver has not been entered at the end of the year your funds to pay requisition will be pulled from the next fiscal year Your Budget Manager will also be notified of pending documents under your name. Your name will appear on reports if an invoice has not been entered for payment to the vendor. Your name will continue to appear on reports until Requisition has been closed out completely If the invoice has not been entered at the end of the year your funds to pay requisition will be pulled from the next fiscal year Your Budget Manager will also be notified of pending documents under your name.
M E M O R A N D U M TO: Alamo Colleges Family FROM: Dr. Bruce Leslie, Chancellor RE: 2011 Alamo Colleges Budget DATE: July 21, 2010 All Texas state agencies are facing unprecedented fiscal cuts over the next several years. As a result, the Alamo Colleges will lose $21 million in state aid from our budget in the next three years. However, due to substantial enrollment increases, the additional faculty and staff required to serve our growing student population, and the operating costs of our 24 new buildings, the financial challenges we face are even greater. Because of these factors, we must actually cut $27 million or more through 2013. The actual figure will depend on how local property tax revenues change and whether tuition increases. By putting education first while also showing great discipline and fiscal responsibility, we can earn the public’s trust in our stewardship so that they will support modest tax and tuition increases. It will take everyone’s flexibility, dedication, positive spirit, good ideas, and contributions to maintain quality while also accomplishing deep budget cuts, redesigning operations as needed, and improving systems to become more efficient. But I have faith in the abilities of the Alamo Colleges faculty, staff, and administration, as well as the community we serve. Working together, we will not only weather the storm but also prevail and become a better college system as a result.
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something. ~Author Unknown Thank you for attending B ANNER R EQUISITION T RAINING