Comments on Proposed CGAC Fed Admin Changes due back to Oracle May 15th

Posted on 11-May-09. Filed under: News | Tags: , |

As was previously mentioned, Mike Barker and Oracle Federal Development provided a web-conference that gave insight into some changes to Federal Administrator being considered to comply with CGAC on the 1st of April (Sorry for the delay in getting this out, I’m definitely way behind on my blogging due to a new-born, Collaborate 09, a good 60 hrs a week of client work and the rest of things in life).  There were also some other topics presented, including the auto-generation of treasury symbols and budget distributions.  Oracle is interested in receiving comments in hopes of arriving at the best design possible and has extended the deadline to the 15th of May for submitting comments.  Oracle has asked that we not post the slide-deck online (on the FEDSIG web-site & I’ll honor that here also), but if you are a member of the OAUG FedSig (if not currently, you start here to sign-up for free), just email me and I can shoot you the slides.

Proposed tweaks to the Fed Admin design include:

– Define Treasury Account Symbols form enhancements

– A new form for associating Public Law Numbers to Treasury Symbols (instead of to the Budget Transactions)

– Define Fund Attributes form enhancments (formally known as Appropriation Parameters)

– Define Budget Codes Form enhancements (formally known as Budget Account Codes)

– New Define Business Event Type Codes (BETC) Form

– New TAS/BETC Mapping & Customer TAS/BETC Forms

– Setups to support AutoCreation of Treasury Symbols, Budget Distributions

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