Asset Management means different things. To learn about what classifies a capitalized or non-capitalized asset, learning is available.
General Ledger (GL) 8 Equipment Coordinator (online)
Provides the basic knowledge and skills needed to perform the role of Equipment Coordinator for the UNIV and OSURF Business Units in the Financials system. After completing this course, participants will be able to define capitalized and non-capitalized assets and explain the responsibilities of the Asset Management Department, Equipment Coordinators and Equipment Custodians. The process for updating assets in the Financials system is explained using animated demos.
Surplus Property Management (online)
Describes the process to initiate, approve, and complete a disposal request in the Surplus Property Management System (SPMS). After completing this course, participants will be able to access and use the Disposal Request (DR) page in SPMS to enter, edit, search, and approve DRs. Details are also included for entering an asset tag number, selecting a method of delivery to the surplus warehouse, and handling the exceptions listed in the Surplus Materials Disposal Policy.
Managing Your Department’s Capitalized Equipment
Explains the policies and procedures that must be followed when tracking a department’s capitalized equipment (equipment with a value of $5,000 or more). Topics include roles and responsibilities; the life-cycle of a typical equipment item; compliance with governmental/other regulations; and audits. Recommended for Equipment Coordinators, Equipment Custodians, and Department Business Officers.