An account is identified by its unique seven digits with an option of an additional five digit sub account. (e.g., L013104 XYZ99)
An object code is the four-digit code required in each transaction to identify a specific type of transaction and classify the financial activity as income, expense, asset, liability, or fund balance. (e.g., 6550 - office supplies) For a listing of the most commonly used object codes in the Law School, click here.
The following are some frequently used account numbers within the Law School:
If there is ever a question as to what account and/or object code should be used, please contact the Director of Financial Reporting & Budget.
The ID&R Dashboard is a very robust, web based reporting system that is updated nightly. The Account Award Portfolio dashboard provides a portfolio of financial information including account balances, summary data, and transaction detail. To request access to a specific account please contact Diane Cross.
Detailed accounting information from FY11 and earlier can be found in WebFinancials.
If you need assistance in using these reporting tools, please contact the Director of Financial Reporting & Budget.