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The university receives money from a variety of sources such as individual or corporate donors, government agencies, non-government sponsors and tuition. Many of these sources put restrictions on how the money is spent. To ensure that monies are spent for their intended purpose, the University utilizes multiple fund types and has restrictions on the movement of money between these funds.
On Jan. 3, 2022, Stanford Financial Management Services (FMS) will launch a new STARS course, Financial Stewardship Expectations (FIN-PROG-0020), which will become the new prerequisite training for accessing Oracle Financials systems (e.g., Expense Requests, PCard, Labor Distribution) and OBI reporting. This new course will completely replace the Financial Confidentiality Agreement (FIN-PROG-0010) STARS course.
To pay for moving costs associated with hiring new faculty
University policy regarding relocation of faculty is found in the Administrative Guide Policy 2.1.19: Relocation of Faculty and Staff. This section sets forth policies and procedures to facilitate the moving and reassignment of new or current Stanford faculty and is updated regularly as policy changes. Please consult this section for the policies that underlie H&S faculty moving guidelines and procedures, which follow.
Finance Training Guide for New Department Administrators.
Please note that we are currently in the process of updating this guide. Some sections may be out of date. The last update was March 2018.