Based on user feedback, additional clarifying information is being provided about several financial reports.
Customer Invoice Lines with Cost Center - Report to help reconcile accounts receivable at cost center level.
This report will provide units the ability to manage accounts receivable for Customer Invoices (external billing). The report provides customer payment information, receivables aging, and invoices in collections. The report can be generated at a cost center or balancing unit level as well as hierarchies.
Find Internal Service Delivery Lines by Cost Center - Report to review Internal Service Delivery with line memo details which helps for reviewing by cost center or cost center hierarchy.
This report will provide units with the tools needed to reconcile their internal purchased goods or services. Use of the date prompts will allow units to define the monthly period for reconciliation. The report can also be run by Internal Service Provider (ISP) .
Requisitions for Internal Suppliers ISD - Report to review requisitions and purchase orders associated with ISDs. New fields include Gift, Assignee, and Expenditure Treatment.
This report is for use by Internal Suppliers and is needed to create the ISD entry. The report provides the worktags and funding sources for the ISD line entry. In addition, the report provides the requisition number that can be added to the ISD memo line for audit purposes and reconciliation.
It's important to remember that the unique identifier (i.e. Tax Identification Number, SSN) must have dashes in the correct location "Identification #" on the Tax Information tab within the Miscellaneous Payee setup.
A new prompt parameter has been added to the "OSU - Find Assets" report in Workday which will enable users to run the report by asset registered date range. The following columns have also been added to the report output.
Date Registered Area Activities and Events Assignee Gift Expenditure Treatment Prevailing Wage
On Saturday, March 13, the first of two annual Workday releases will take place. Named 2021R1, it is the first Workday release of 2021, and the first update since Workday go-live at Ohio State. Workday will be unavailable on Saturday, March 13, from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. while the release is applied.
The most significant changes in 2021R1 are related to Payroll and affect campus biweekly employees who use Workday time tracking. A Workday 2021R1 job aid is available in the Administrative Resource Center (ARC) that explains the system changes. Additionally, the job aid has a section that breaks out changes by specific audiences, so you can quickly skim to see how you are affected.
Please note that information available about the 2021R1 update continues to develop and evolve over time, so it’s recommended to review the job aid frequently to stay apprised of the latest changes. The job aid will have a “last updated” date for reference. See the full NewsLink article for additional details.
Health System Supply Chain users should note important information contained in the full NewsLink article.
Workday will be unavailable due to planned monthly maintenance on Saturday, February 20, from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. Workday may be available sooner if the maintenance does not take the full 8 hours.
Kronos and external dormakaba time clocks will be available, but employees using Workday to clock in and out should enter their hours once Workday is available again. Health System Supply Chain users should note important information contained in the full article.
Current financials users have access to the Finance database FN8QAD, which is a replication of the former PeopleSoft production database FNOSU. Due to planned Workday maintenance, the FN8QAD database will be unavailable to users on February 5.