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March Bottom Line

The March issue of the Bottom Line is now available at Listed below are some of the items that you will find in this edition:

  • Message from the Manager, Jean Suta, Cashier's Office
  • Return of Sponsored Programs Workshops to the calendar. Visit and choose "Finance" to register
  • The last eligible day to work for Federal Work-Study Program students
  • Financial Training calendar through the end of Fiscal Year 2002
  • BEN Buys and BEN Balances refresher courses. Visit and choose "Finance" to register
  • How to enter a requisition for a grant subcontract
  • How to change approvers on a requisition, and how/when to withdraw or cancel a requisition
  • FinMIS to BEN transition update

Furthermore, for the third and eighth individuals who respond correctly to the Quarterly Quiz, the Financial Training Department will offer a special prize.

--Financial Training Department

Almanac, Vol. 48, No. 26, March 19, 2002


March 19, 2002
Volume 48 Number 26

Penn's Vice Provost for Information Systems and Computing will become Georgetown's next Provost.
Penn Medicine is getting one of the largest gifts ever to a university hospital: a $100 million endowment from Philadelphia Health Care Trust.
The Center for Folklore and Ethnography honors its first director at a symposium this week.
Last call for volunteers for University Council committees for 2002-2003.
Military Leave Policy revisions clarify benefits for those serving their country.
Health care and Dependent Care Pre-tax Expense Accounts: restrictions, tax implications and special limits for dependent care.