Category: Financial Updates
On April 3, the UF Office of the Chief Financial Officer will introduce UF GO, a new unified travel and PCard system that will reinvent and streamline how the UF community manages all aspects of travel and expense reimbursements. The new system is mobile-friendly and features mobile receipt-capture, which eliminates the need for paper receipts, as well as on-the-go expense report submission, a booking tool with 24/7 travel agency support, currency conversion, a receipt translation tool, an e-receipts option for use with major travel suppliers, a mileage calculator and much more.
UF Banking & Merchant Services recently launched six new and enhanced options to deposit cash and checks so departments can choose the ones that best fit their needs.
Next fall, UF faculty and staff will enjoy enhanced support for their travel and PCard transactions via a new one-stop, mobile-friendly system, UF GO.
Don’t wait until the last minute — explore the new features in myUF Marketplace today!
Featuring more than 30 electronic catalogs, myUF Marketplace offers UF-priced products to meet most faculty and staff’s workplace needs.
Florida’s Amendment 2, which the legislature passed in November 2020, will increase Florida’s minimum wage incrementally until it reaches $15 per hour in September 2026.
UF faculty and staff are invited to meet UF’s contract vendors and enjoy free refreshments.
On Oct. 28, UF launched its new single procure-to-pay system designed to streamline processes for UF departments.
UF Finance & Accounting (F&A) has upgraded its website to make it more intuitive, modern and mobile-friendly.
The university has calculated the new proposed pooled fringe rates for fiscal year 2019–20 and has submitted them to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
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