ARCHIVED Bulletin: Expenditure Type & Object Code Updates (Posted December 1, 2011)

Expenditure Types and Object Codes are used to properly code purchases, expense reports, journal entries and receipts in Oracle Financials. This page provides a monthly summary of new expenditure types and object codes, and changes to existing expenditure types and object codes.

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New Expenditure Types
EXP Type Title Description Usage Rules
iBudget IJ Public IJ Special IJ Central IPO
51837 HEALTH SAVINGS ACCOUNT EXPENSE Human Resources use only-University portion of employee health savings account, included in benefits pool. Yes No Yes Yes Yes
51923 SLAC HOUSING ASSISTANCE SUP Housing Assistance Supplements for those working at SLAC but paid on Stanford payroll (see 51920 for the Housing Allowance Program). Note, all amounts related to University Officers are unallowable (51925). Adjust via Labor Distribution Adjustments. Yes No No No No
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New Object Codes
EXP Type Title Description Usage Rules
iBudget IJ Public IJ Special IJ Central IPO
46121 CARDINAL DOLLARS-FACULTY/STAFF Record the revenue received from the sale of Cardinal Dollars to Faculty and staff separately from students. Yes No Yes Yes No
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New Expenditure Categories
Exp Category Code Title
No New Expenditure Category Created
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Changes to Existing Expenditure Types and Object Codes
EXP Type/Object Code What Changed? From... To...
53101 CAP EQUIP SU OWNED CAP EXP SU OWNED CAP EQUIP SU OWNED
5310B BDGT CAPITAL EQUIP SU OWNED BDGT CAP EXP SU OWNED BDGT CAPITAL EQUIP SU OWNED
55001 CAP EQUIP NON SU OWNED CAP EXP NON SU OWNED CAP EQUIP NON SU OWNED
5501B CAP EQUIP NON SU OWNED BDGT CAP EXP NON SU OWNED BDGT CAP EQUIP NON SU OWNED
40322 CARDINAL DOLLARS-STUDENTS CARDINAL POINTS CARDINAL DOLLARS-STUDENTS
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Past Requests

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Staying Informed

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Additional Resources

The following resources are available to help properly code transactions:

If existing Expenditure Types or Object Codes do not meet your department needs, see How To: Request New (or Change Existing) Expenditure Type or Object Code.

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