Kansas Department of Administration

FY 2011

11-a-001 - 2011 Private Vehicle Mileage (June18, 2010) (Supersedes 10-A-001)

 

INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-001 Supersedes:10-A-001

DATE: June 18, 2010
SUBJECT: 2011 Private Vehicle Mileage
EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1 ,2010
APPROVAL: Image of Approval Signature
SUMMARY:

FY 2011 Privately Owned Vehicle Mileage Reimbursement Rates

 

CONTACT: 

Name Phone Number Email

Shirley Gilchrist

(785) 296-2882

(shirley.gilchrist@da.ks.gov)

Ginnie Schirmer

(785) 296-7021

(ginnie.schirmer@da.ks.gov)

Lance Gagelman

(785) 296-2255

(Lance.Gagelman@da.ks.gov)

As authorized by K.S.A.75-3203a, the Secretary of Administration has fixed the private vehicle maximum mileage reimbursement rates for FY 2011 at:

34¢ per mile for privately owned motorcycle

50¢ per mile for privately owned automobile

$1.13 per mile for privately owned airplane (based on air miles rather than highway miles)

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11-a-002 - FY 2011 Subsistence Rates (June18, 2010) (Supersedes 10-A-002)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-002 Supersedes:10-A-002
DATE: June 18, 2010
SUBJECT: FY 2011 Subsistence Rates
EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2010
A & R CONTACT:

Shirley Gilchrist

Ginnie Schirmer

Lance Gagelman

(785) 296-2882

(785) 296-7021

(785) 296-2255

(shirley.gilchrist@da.ks.gov)

(ginnie.schirmer@da.ks.gov)

(lance.gagelman@da.ks.gov)

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SUMMARY:

FY 2011 Meal Allowance and Lodging Rates

 

Please see Informational Circular 10-a-016 for information on the change in how meals are reimbursed.

As authorized by K.S.A.75-3207a, the Secretary of Administration has fixed the rates for FY 2011 at:

Meal Allowance:

  Breakfast Lunch Dinner
In-state/border city $ 9.25 $10.25 $19.50
Out-of-state, regular $ 9.25 $10.25 $19.50
Out-of-state high-cost $ 9.75 $ 11.25 $21.00
Out-of-state special designated
high-cost area
$12.75 $14.25 $27.00
International $13.75* $14.75* $28.50*

*or actual not to exceed $91 per day
 

Reduced Meal Allowance:

If the cost of meals is included within the cost of registration fees or other fees and charges paid by the agency or supplied without cost by another party, the meal allowance should be reduced as shown in the table above.
 

Same Day Meal Allowance:

The rates as established in accordance with K.A.R. 1-16-18(c)(3) are the same as indicated in the table above.

Lodging Expense Limitations:

 

Expense Cost

Out-of-state, regular

$101.00

Out-of-state, designated high-cost area

$147.00

Out-of-state, special designated high-cost area

$162.00

International Actual

Actual

Conference lodging qualified under K.A.R. 1-16-18a(e)

Actual

 

K.S.A. 75 3207a(f) provides that the daily lodging expense limitations established above may be exceeded by the lesser of either: (1) an additional 50% of the applicable lodging expense limitation, or (2) the actual lodging expense incurred.

These lodging limits continue to be applied to the lodging rate before taxes. Thus, the amount reimbursed or paid for lodging expenses may exceed the established lodging limitation by as much as the amount of associated taxes.

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11-a-003 - DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel (July 30, 2010)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO.11-a-003

DATE:

July 30th, 2010

SUBJECT:

DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel

EFFECTIVE DATE:

Immediately

CONTACT:

Randy Kennedy (SMART)

Carol Beck (SHaRP)

(785) 296-2125

(785) 296-2002

(Randy.Kennedy @da.ks.gov)

(Carol.Beck@da.ks.gov)

APPROVAL:

Image of approval signature.

SUMMARY: 

Issuance of combined DA-184 Form for Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel

The updated DA-184 Authorization for Direct Deposit of Employee Pay and/or Employee Travel is now available at http://www.da.ks.gov/ar/pm/forms/default.htm.

Agencies are encouraged to utilize the new combined form and to develop the appropriate business process flow within their agency to correctly route the information provided by an employee on the DA-184 form to all necessary parties for data entry and agency record-keeping. Direct deposit of employee payroll will be entered in the Statewide Human Resource and Payroll system and direct deposit of employee travel and expense is entered into the Statewide Management, Accounting, and Reporting Tool Travel and Expense module.

Please note the following:

  • An employee may only select one account for SMART (travel and expense) and 100% of all travel and expense reimbursements will be deposited to that account.

  • An employee may select up to a maximum of nine accounts for SHARP (employee payroll) and identify the account priority and the percentage or amount of net pay that is distributed to each account.

  • The “International ACH Bank” checkbox is intended to be selected if the entire amount of the direct deposit to a specific account may result in the transfer of funds to a financial agency outside the U.S. The functionality to support the International ACH requirements is not yet in place so agencies should refrain from using this checkbox at this time. Additional instructions will be released when the necessary programming changes are made to implement International ACH payments.

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11-a-004 - IRS 1099 Reporting (October 14, 2010)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-004  
DATE: October 14, 2010
SUBJECT: IRS 1099 Reporting
EFFECTIVE DATE: November 15, 2010.
CONTACT:

Randy Kennedy

(785) 296-4788

Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov)

APPROVAL: Image of approval signature.
SUMMARY:

IRS 1099 Miscellaneous Reporting – revocation of exceptions

 

The Department of Administration is responsible for issuing IRS 1099 forms for all agencies so that we can report as a single entity. While a single payment may not exceed the reporting threshold, we are required to aggregate all payments and report if the total payments exceed the IRS reporting threshold. In the past a limited number of exceptions have been granted to not collect recipient data for de minimis payments.

We have reviewed this exception process with our agency attorney. We have been advised there should not be any exception from collecting 1099 data regardless of payment amount. Any single payment when added to all other agency payments could result in the vendor’s payments exceeding the reporting threshold, no matter how small the individual payment. Therefore, effective November 15, 2010, all exceptions from collecting and reporting 1099 data are revoked.

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11-a-005 - Procedures for filing 2010 Form 1099 Information Returns (December 16, 2010) (Supersedes 10-A-007)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-005 Supersedes 10-A-007
DATE: December 16, 2010
SUBJECT: Procedures for filing 2010 Form 1099 Information Returns
EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately
CONTACT:

Randy Kennedy

(785) 296-4788

Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov)

APPROVAL: Image of approval signature.
SUMMARY:

Procedures for Filing Calendar Year 2010 Form 1099 Information Returns

 

For calendar year 2010 1099 reporting data from STARS and SMART will be required.

1099 reporting for the State of Kansas is comprised of two processes, the first being the issuance of the 1099 to the payee with the second being the electronic filing of the 1099 informational returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). While most 1099 transactions are recorded in the Statewide Management and Recording Tool (SMART), and require no additional action by state agencies; there are some payments that occur outside of SMART or STARS, or the information to be reported to the IRS is not in SMART or STARS. These transactions result in unique reporting procedures, and are comprised of the following:

  • Locally administered interest payments exceeding $10 are to be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT. These payments typically represent interest paid from trust funds to clients of institutions with the Department of Social and Rehabilitation Services and the Department of Corrections.
  • Purchases of real property, exceeding $600 are required to be reported on IRS Form 1099-S (Do not include rental or construction costs). Additional information required by this form includes a legal description or address of the property and the closing date of the purchase transaction.   If the transaction is post SMART, then SMART should be utilized to create these forms by properly completing the 1099 withholding on the payment voucher.   Whereas, STARS transactions (Jan. 1, 2010 – June 30, 2010) continue to require manual processing.
  • State Fair premiums are to be reported on Form 1099-MISC.

Agencies which have the transactions discussed above are responsible for the preparation and delivery of the appropriate 1099 form to the payee prior to January 31, 2011. To meet this reporting requirement, agencies can prepare and mail their own 1099s, or if the Division of Accounts and Reports has provided this service in prior years for the agency, the agency can request the Division of Accounts and Reports to perform this service again this year. The Division of Accounts and Reports has provided this service in past years to the following agencies: Kansas Commission on Veteran’s Affairs (Veterans’ Home or Soldiers’ Home), Juvenile Justice Authority, SRS, Parsons State Hospital and Training Center, and Larned State Hospital. If the agencies listed wish for Accounts and Reports to provide this service for calendar year 2010 1099s, please contact Randy Kennedy to coordinate.

For agencies requesting Accounts and Reports to produce and mail the 1099s, agencies will need to prepare a text file, or Excel file, or DA-43. The file or listing needs to be received by the Division of Accounts and Reports by January 19, 2011 to ensure the 1099s are distributed by the January 31, 2011 deadline. Please indicate on the email or cover letter submitted with the electronic file or listing that the Division of Accounts and Reports produces the 1099s.

For those agencies preparing and mailing their own 1099s to payees, the procedures for handling 1099 information returns for calendar year 2010 are as follows:

  • Prepare and deliver the appropriate 1099 form to the payees prior to January 31, 2011. Do not mail the 1099 forms directly to the IRS or to the Kansas Department of Revenue; the Division of Accounts and Reports will provide an electronic file containing the 1099 information to the federal and state taxing authorities. The payer's FEIN to use for the State of Kansas is 48-1124839.
  • For STARS transactions (Jan. 1, 2010 – June 30, 2010), agencies reporting applicable purchases of real property may submit the IRS and /or the State of Kansas copies of the 1099-S forms to the Division of Accounts and Reports (at the address provided below), and Accounts and Reports will then submit this information to the taxing authorities.   SMART transactions should be recorded in SMART.
  • If any agency finds it necessary to issue a corrected information return, the payee should be provided a copy as soon as possible. The IRS copy of the corrected form (marked "corrected") should be forwarded promptly to the Division of Accounts and Reports (at the address provided below.

Since the State of Kansas is classified as a single payer entity by the IRS (all payments by state agencies are reported under one FEIN) and federal law and regulations require the filing of 1099 information returns by magnetic media or electronically, it is the responsibility of the Division of Accounts and Reports to transmit all 2010 calendar year 1099 informational returns to the IRS electronically. To aid the Division of Accounts and Reports with the electronic filing requirements, agencies reporting the expenditures discussed above, and with fewer than 20 records, may use the DA-43 form (http://www.da.ks.gov/ar/forms/ ), or may submit a text file, or may submit an Excel file. If you have 20 or more records, please submit the records in a text file or in an Excel file following the format shown in the attached NON-STARS 1099 Record Layout form. All electronic files or listings for ‘1099 information reporting only’ need to be received by February 8, 2011. Please email all electronic files to Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov, and mail any paper listings to:

Division of Accounts and Reports
Central Responsibilities Team
900 SW Jackson, Room 351-S, LSOB
Topeka, Kansas 66612-1248

Attention: Randy Kennedy

Please note that the February 8, 2011 deadline is only available to those agencies that prepare and mail their own 1099s, and the Division of Accounts and Reports just files the informational return with the IRS. If the Division of Accounts and Reports produces and sends the 1099s for the agency, the January 17, 2011 deadline is applicable.

When submitting data via a text or Excel file, please be sure to follow the formatting instructions, which include:

No hyphens or dashes in the Vendor Number field, entry is the nine digit FEIN or SSN,

Record and capitalize the first name, middle initial, last name in the Name field (example, JOHN C SMITH). Do not include forms of address (Mr., Ms., etc), or punctuation (i.e. periods or commas), or any other special characters.

No hyphens or dashes in the Zip Code field, just report the five (left justify) or nine digit 
zip code, (i.e. 66612-1248 would be reported as 666121248).

No dollar signs or decimals, in the amount field, just report the amount (i.e. 
$3,312.48 would be reported as 000000331248).

 

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Attachment: 1099 FORMATS - 1099 RECORD LAYOUT xls

11-a-006 - Procedures for correcting 2010 1099 Reporting (December 27, 2010)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-006  
DATE: December 27, 2010
SUBJECT: Procedures for correcting 2010 1099 Reporting
EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately
CONTACT:

Randy Kennedy

(785) 296-4788

Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov)

APPROVAL: Kent E Olson
SUMMARY:

Procedures for correcting IRS 1099 reporting for calendar year 2010

 

In STARS agencies submitted journal vouchers to correct or charge reportable transactions to the FEIN of the entity that is subject to IRS 1099 reporting for Imprest Funds, Petty Cash Funds, and other payments where the payee was not recorded appropriately or at all in the accounting system.

In SMART the agency can use the existing SMART Imprest Fund and Petty Cash bank functionality to record these entries.  P-Card 1099 reporting for calendar year 2010 is performed centrally based on information received from UMB – no action is taken by the agency unless they are seeking to recognize 1099 reporting for items such as reportable awards. 

If your agency has processed transactions where the proper 1099 reporting information was not recorded in SMART or STARS, please submit the information on the EXCEL form available at the link below.  No reversal entries in SMART are necessary, unless the payment was marked reportable to the wrong entity or individual.  For example, if 1099 reportable awards were purchased from an Imprest Fund (not using SMART imprest fund vouchers) there would only be one correction line per award.

SMART 1099 Correction Form

All non-numeric fields must be completed in CAPS.  The TIN (taxpayer identification number), Vendor ID, and Zip Code must be completed as text with all leading zeros, no hyphens, no dashes, no commas, no special characters.  The vendor MUST be set up in SMART. All fields must be completed.  The 1099 types and classes are listed on the 1099 TAB.

The completed form must be sent securely, therefore send an e-mail to Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov by January 10, 2011, indicating you have a 1099 correction to submit.  He will send you a secure message via Tumbleweed.  Reply in Tumbleweed attaching the completed EXCEL file.

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Attachment: SMART 1099 Correction Form xls

11-a-007 - Addition of New Expenditure Account Codes (April 21, 2011)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-007  
DATE: April 21, 2011
SUBJECT: Addition of New Expenditure Account Codes
EFFECTIVE DATE: July 1, 2011
CONTACT:

Martin Eckhardt

Gail Barnhart

(785) 296-2661

(785) 296-3404

(Martin.Eckhardt@da.ks.gov)

(Gail.Barnhart@da.ks.gov)

APPROVAL: Kent E Olson
SUMMARY:

Addition of New Account Codes 527201, 527202, 527970, 527980

 

For central reporting purposes, the following new expenditure account codes have been established in SMART effective July 1, 2011:

  • 527201              Assigned Counsel-Contract Lawyers
  • 527202              Assigned Counsel-Non-Contract Lawyers

Also effective July 1, 2011, the following new expenditure account codes have been established in SMART to segregate Expert Witness Fees and Court Reporting Fees from expenditure account code 527990 “Other Professional Fees”: 

  • 527970              Expert Witness Fees
  • 527980              Court Reporting Fees

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11-a-008 - Closing of Fiscal Year 2011 and Opening of Fiscal Year 2012 (May 5, 2011) (Supersedes 10-A-014)
INFORMATIONAL CIRCULAR NO. 11-A-008 (revised 6-29-11) (supersedes 10-a-014)
DATE: May 5, 2011
SUBJECT: Closing of Fiscal Year 2011 and Opening of Fiscal Year 2012
EFFECTIVE DATE: Immediately
CONTACT:

Brett Bauer

(785) 368-8165

(Brett.Bauer@da.ks.gov)

SMART Systems Team

 

 

Randy Kennedy

(785) 296-4788

(Randy.Kennedy@da.ks.gov)

Central Responsibilities Team

 

 

Steve Banning

(785) 296-7059

(Steve.Banning@da.ks.gov)

Payroll Services Section

 

 

Lucinda Anstaett

(785) 296-4151

(Lucinda@treasurer.state.ks.us)

Office of the State Treasurer

   
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SUMMARY: Schedule of accounting events relevant to the close of fiscal year 2011 and the opening of fiscal year 2012.

 

This Informational Circular provides the scheduled dates for the closing of fiscal year 2011 and the opening of fiscal year 2012.

K.S.A. 75-3002 establishes the state fiscal year as commencing on the first day of July in each year and closing on the thirtieth day of June of the succeeding year. To allow agencies time to process as much old year business as possible, the old year records normally remain open through the second Monday of July.  For fiscal year 2011 closing, the cutoff date will be Wednesday, July 13, 2011, allowing 8 processing days. Between July 1st and July 13th, SMART will process old and new fiscal year business concurrently. FY 2012 appropriations will be interfaced from IBARS and posted in SMART as soon as they are available. FY 2012 appropriations will not be available for expenditure transactions until July 1, 2011.

The revised Policy Manual (PM) 14,002 will be distributed via the SMART listserv. This PM provides additional information for agencies regarding fiscal year closing.

The workload for both your agency and the Division of Accounts and Reports increases greatly during the fiscal year end closing period. We ask that you use the following reminders and guidelines to help facilitate the fiscal year end processing.

SPECIAL ITEMS

Budget Period 2011 expense, encumbrance, and revenue data from SMART Commitment Control Ledger groups (CC_IBARS_E, CC_IBARS_R) will be electronically submitted to the Division of the Budget by August 5th for loading into the IBARS system.

The dates provided in this document that relate to fiscal year closing and opening activities will be revised, as necessary, by the Division of Accounts and Reports. Any revisions to payroll processing dates will be issued as a SHARP message to subscribers of the SHARP listserv. After issuance, SHARP messages are also posted on the SHARP Customer Service Website at http://www.da.ks.gov/SHARP/documents/message.htm. Revisions to SMART processing dates will be sent via email to all users subscribed to the SMART listserv. SMART messages are also posted on the SMART website at http://www.da.ks.gov/smart/messages/messages.html.

SYSTEM AVAILABILITY

Normal hours of availability:

SMART - 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday. SMART will be open to agencies on Monday, July 4th, 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Daytime batch processes do not run and no Help Desk or SMART production support is available on Saturdays or holidays. SMART will not be available to agencies July 14 – 16 for online processing. The cutoff for receiving SMART interface files is 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

SHARP - 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Monday through Friday and 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. The cutoff for receiving SHARP interface files is 5:00 p.m.


GENERAL ITEMS

Fiscal year 2011 documents receive a higher processing priority than fiscal year 2012 documents during the concurrent processing period.

The cutoff for interface files into SMART for fiscal year 2011 will be 5:00 p.m. on July 12, 2011. The last day to enter SMART on-line transactions is July 13, 2011. FY 2011 transactions must be successfully edited, budget checked, matched, agency approved, dispatched, and submitted into workflow for central approval, as appropriate, by 6:00 p.m. on July 13, 2011. After that date, SMART will be closed to all agency users, and the SMART closing process will begin on July 16th.

State agencies should review financial data through May and process the necessary corrections in the SMART system before June 30th. Please consult the month end checklists available on the SMART website, http://www.da.ks.gov/smart/Training/CourseMaterials/WBT/resources.html.

During the concurrent processing period, agencies must take special care to ensure that the correct Accounting Date is specified on interface files and online transactions. Transactions that are intended to process against FY 2011 should have Accounting and Budget dates of June 30, 2011.

 

GL Encumbrances (non-vendor specific) will be used to encumber fiscal year 2011 funds in limited circumstances. Agencies must complete the GL Encumbrance request form and submit it by July 6th to Sunflowergl@da.ks.gov. The Division of Budget will review and approve all requests for FY 2011 GL Encumbrances. A message will be sent via the SMART listserv when the form and instructions are available on the Division of Accounts and Reports website at http://www.da.ks.gov/ar/pm/Forms/Default.htm.

GL Encumbrance Request Form and Process:  The GL Encumbrance Request Form is located on Accounts and Reports website at the following link: http://www.da.ks.gov/ar/pm/Forms/GL_F016.xlsx

The scheduled dates for closing fiscal year 2011 and beginning fiscal year 2012 are as follows:

  1. Complete request form and attach it to a Help Desk Ticket by 5:00 p.m. on 7/6/2011.
  2. Must provide a description of the obligation and the reason the vendor is not known or the Purchase Requisition/Order process is not practical for encumbering funds.
  3. Requests will be routed to the Division of the Budget (DoB) for Approval.
  4. Upon DoB approval, the GL Journals will be created by A&R staff.
  5. Agencies will be notified via the Help Desk of the Journal ID(s) or DoB’s denial.

 

Date Item

2-May

July period open for Requisitions to accommodate FY 2012 bid events only.

6-May

SMART Budget Structure Update Task - Office Hours by appointment.

9-May

SMART Budget Structure Update Task - Office Hours by appointment.

19-May

ASTRA meeting.

20-May

SMART Budget Structure Update Task Due.

23-May

Deadline to establish FY 2012 ChartFields in SMART for SHaRP integration.

27-May

All interfunds dated prior to April 1, 2011, that are not reciprocated or completed as of close of business will be deleted from SMART on or after May 28.

27-May

All vouchers dated prior to April 1, 2011, that are not fully processed as of close of business will be deleted from SMART on or after May 28.

27-May

All deposits dated prior to April 1, 2011, that are not completed as of close of business will be deleted from SMART on or after May 28.

27-May

All Billing Worksheets created from Customer Contracts prior to April 1, 2011 should be processed for deposit or write-off by close of business. This is a reminder that funds that are allowed to go negative like cost reimbursable grants, for example, cannot end the year in a negative cash position.

27-May

Agencies should review the SMART monthly checklists preparing for May month end and fiscal year end.

1-Jun

SMART sub-modules - AP, AR, BI, EX for July through March are closed.

1-Jun

July period open for Purchase Orders to accommodate FY 2012 leases & prior authorizations. FY 2012 PO's will not pass budget check until the appropriation budget has been loaded and posted in SMART.

1-Jun

July period open for Project Costing to capture any FY 2012 PO related activity.

4-Jun

Run scheduled PO Close Process.

17-Jun

Informational Circular to all agencies regarding fiscal year rate changes in payroll deductions and contributions. The release of the Informational Circular is contingent upon publication of the budget indices for fiscal year 2012 by the Division of the Budget.

20-Jun

Process payroll off-cycle 'A' for Friday June 24, 2011 pay date.

20-Jun

Accounts and Reports, Payroll Services will insert a new row in the SHaRP department budget tables effective dated June 12, 2011 which reflect a budget end date of June 11, 2012 and fiscal year of 2012. Agencies should refrain from entering any rows in the SHaRP department budget table with an effective-date greater than or equal to June 12, 2011 until after the fiscal year 2012 insert has been completed. Further instructions on the entry of FY12 rows in the SHaRP department budget tables will be issued in an upcoming circular.

22-Jun

Process payroll off-cycle 'B' for Monday June 27, 2011 pay date.

22-Jun

Budget check and Post payroll journals for the Friday, June 24th on-cycle pay date (last fiscal year 2011 on-cycle) and for the Friday, June 24th off-cycle pay date.

22-Jun

Last P-Card transaction file (6/21 posted date) for FY 2011 loaded in the nightly batch. Files received from the bank after 6/22 will be held and loaded for FY 2012 beginning on 7/5.

23-Jun

Final FY 2011 P-Card transactions expected to be available for reconciliation in SMART.

24-Jun

Budget check and Post payroll journals for the Monday, June 27th off-cycle pay date.

27-Jun

Last payroll off-cycle 'C' for fiscal year 2011. Review any outstanding checks and process paycheck reversals prior to June 27, 2011. Any checks issued in this off-cycle will be dated June 30, 2011 and charged to fiscal year 2011. Any supplemental or paycheck reversal/adjustment transactions entered after this date will be charged to fiscal year 2012.

29-Jun

Budget check and Post payroll journals for the Thursday, June 30th off-cycle pay date.

30-Jun

Final FY 2011 credit card receipts and credit card clearing fund fees and charges via First Data, American Express, and Discover Card are processed by the State Treasurer. All transactions to this date are credited to fiscal year 2011; all transactions after this date are credited to FY 2012.

1-Jul

Updates to payroll position pool definitions for fiscal year 2012 must be entered into SHARP by 6:00 p.m. in order to be reflected in the charges for the on-cycle paychecks dated July 8, 2011 (first on-cycle paychecks charged to fiscal year 2012). Updates should be entered with an effective date of June 12, 2011.

1-Jul

FY 2012 appropriations available for expenditure transaction budget checking when the system opens to agency users at 7:00 a.m.

1-Jul

July period open for Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Asset Management, Billing, General Ledger, and Travel & Expense. Beginning of Concurrent Processing.

4-Jul

SMART open to all users (7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.). No daytime or nightly batch processes will run. No paycycles will be run. No Help Desk or SMART production support will be available.

4-Jul

Last day to reconcile FY 2011 P-Card transactions loaded to date. FY 2011 funds should be encumbered via the Requisition/Purchase Order process for any unreconciled transactions.

5-Jul

First payroll off-cycle for fiscal year 2012. Checks will be dated July 8th.

5-Jul

Last non-Purchase Order FY 2011 P-Card transactions expected to be built to vouchers at 8 am.

5-Jul

Begin loading FY 2012 P-Card transaction files (posted dates 6/22 - 7/2) in the nightly batch. Daily updates resume, thereafter.

6-Jul

Submit FY 2011 GL Encumbrance Request Forms by 5:00 p.m.

8-Jul

Last day to enter FY 2011 Purchase Requisitions and request the budget date be changed to 6/30/2011 via the Help Desk.

12-Jul

Last day to enter FY 2011Expense Reportsand request the budget date be changed to 6/30/2011 via the Help Desk.

12-Jul

Final FY 2011 interface files must be placed on the mainframe by 5:00 p.m. to be processed.

13-Jul

Last day for FY 2011 online processing. PO transactions must be successfully budget checked, approved, and dispatched. BI transactions must be finalized and moved into AR. AR transactions must be successfully budget checked, posted and approved. AP transactions must be edited (error-free), budget checked, matched, in postable or posted status, and all agency approvals complete. EX transactions must be edited, budget checked, and all agency approvals complete. GL Journals must be successfully edited, budget checked, agency approved and submitted into workflow for central approval.

13-Jul

Last day for FY 2011 Asset processing. All capital assets (including CIP) must be entered. Any adjustments, transfers, and retirements must be complete. All outstanding Interface Id's must be loaded. Any unloaded Interface Id's for FY2011 remaining after July 13 will be deleted.

13-Jul

Last day to dispatch FY 2011 Purchase Orders that resulted from PR's entered during concurrent processing.

13-Jul

Final processing of FY 2011 transactions expected. Concurrent Processing ends at 6:00 p.m. All FY 2011 interfunds, vouchers, and deposits that are not fully processed as of the close of business will be deleted beginning on July 14th.

14-Jul

GL encumbrances approved by the Division of the Budget are loaded into SMART.

14-Jul

SMART open to central 24/7 users only for final FY 2011 clean up.

14-Jul

Paycycles will be run as usual beginning at 3:00 p.m.

14-Jul

Agencies may place FY 2012 interface files on the mainframe by 5:00 p.m. for processing in the nightly batch.

14-Jul

Nightly batch will run as usual.

15-Jul

SMART open to central 24/7 users only for final clean up.

15-Jul

Paycycles will be run as usual beginning at 3:00 p.m.

15-Jul

Agencies may place FY 2012 interface files on the mainframe by 5:00 p.m. to be processed.

15-Jul

Nightly batch will run as usual.

15-Jul

Run monthly batch processes and reports.

16-Jul

SMART open to central 24/7 users only.

16-Jul

Run fiscal year close process after nightly batch from 7/15 completes.

17-Jul

SMART open to central 24/7 users only.

17-Jul

Post FY 2011 and prior fiscal year’s lapses and FY 2011 reappropriations.

18-Jul

SMART open to all users (7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.)

18-Jul

All SMART modules open for FY2012, July (period 1) only. All SMART modules, except for Project Costing, are now closed for FY 2011, periods 1 - 12.

5-Aug Budget period 2011 expense, encumbrance, and revenue data from SMART Commitment Control Ledgers will be submitted to the Division of the Budget for loading into the IBARS system
31-Aug Form DA-82, Certification of Inventory, due.

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