In July, six Business Units will be available in PeopleSoft to facilitate the recording of financial transactions in the General Ledger for UCSF foreign operations. Following a standard naming convention, each Business Unit begins with SFN followed by a two-letter country code (for example, the Business Unit for foreign operations in Kenya will be SFNKE).
Intended only for use by UCSF Global Programs accounting teams, the Business Units allow for the recording and reporting of transactions in each country's respective local currency. While they will appear in Business Unit look-ups in PeopleSoft and the Inquiry Reports on the Controller's Office website, they will not be available in MyReports.
If you have questions about the use of these new Business Units, contact the General Accounting Service Desk.