00-P-022 KPAY711 - Department Positions and Budget Earnings Report
Posted on October 21, 2021 at 12:50 PM by Kansas Department of Administration
|DATE:||February 28, 2000|
|SUBJECT:||KPAY711 - Department Positions and Budget Earnings Report|
|EFFECTIVE DATE:||March 13, 2000|
|CONTACT:||Steve Banning||(785) 296-7059||(firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|SUMMARY:||Department Positions and Budget Earnings Report will be available to agencies beginning March 13, 2000|
Effective March 13, 2000, the KPAY711 Department Positions and Budget Earnings Report will be available to agencies each payroll period. The KPAY711 report lists, by department, the funding information contained in the current effective-dated row in the department budget earnings table for your agency. The data elements on the report include: department, position pool number (with effective date), account code, position number (with effective date), description, account code, effective status, account (funding agency), fund, org code (index), program (PCA), earnings code (if applicable), sequence #, percent or amount, and agency use. Any position funded at the position level instead of at the pool level will be shown at the end of the appropriate department. Positions that are not filled will not be shown on the report.
The KPAY711 is intended to compliment the KPAY710, Department Budget Earnings Report, and is a tool for agencies to ensure that positions are funded properly. The report will be generated each pay period and will be available in the agency mailboxes on the MVS on the workday following the on-cycle confirm date (i.e. usually the Monday of pay week). A hard copy of the report will be sent to paper user agencies.
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