Cost Accounting is the process of accumulating, analyzing, and reporting cost information related to grants, projects programs, and jobs. Cost Accounting activities range in scope from State-funded operational programs to Federally-funded grants and highway construction projects. The lifecycle of an activity may span a few months to several years. Cost Accounting in AFIS includes:
- Setting up cost structures after being awarded a grant or starting a project
- Tracking grant and projects
- Generating receivables for reimbursement from external funding sources
- Receiving revenues
- Reclassifying grant and project transactions if funding sources change over the lifecycle of the project or grant
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|Document Name||Video Link||Last Updated|
|Cost Accounting Training Guide||09-19-2019|
|Federal Grants Refresher Training||08-21-2022|