University Business & Accounting Services has responsibility for
all the general accounting records and procedures and the preparation
and interpretation of all financial records, for the paying
of all the University's legally incurred obligations for materials,
services, and payrolls, and management of administrative and systemsupport
for business services. This includes collecting amounts due the University
from the sale of goods/services and certain specific cost reimbursable
agreements and for development of the University's indirect
cost recovery proposal.
University Business & Accounting Services also includes Administrative Services: Campus Mail, Central Duplicating Services, Central Receiving, Central Office Supply, Finance & Administration Records Management, Insurance and Claims Management, the Administrative Services Warehouse, and Directory Assistance.
University Business & Accounting Services is also responsible
to the Vice President for Finance and Administration
the management, collection, control and custodianship of all
University funds and securities; for the administration and
accounting for all funds held in trust; and for the fiscal
administration, accounting and reporting of student loan funds.
The Vice President for Finance and Administration and his/her designees are the only officers
authorized to transact business in the name of the University
of Georgia with banking and financial institutions and with