Stanford department personnel use this form to request changes to the attributes of existing Expenditure Types or Object Codes in Oracle Financials.

The COA committee will review and approve the request. It may take up to two weeks before the approved expenditure codes / objects are available for use in Oracle Financials. Your request must be received by the 1st to be reviewed by the 15th of each month. Submissions made between August 1 and October 31 will be reviewed by November 15th, when the COA committee meets and evaluates the request. View the monthly summary of new expenditure types and object codes, and changes to existing expenditure types and object codes.

Please contact Systems and Reporting Operations immediately if you submit the request by the 15th AND you do not hear from Systems and Reporting Operations or FAIR by the end of the same month (except for submission made during August 1 and October 31. See year-end close temporary freeze).

To request a new Expenditure Type or Object Code, fill out the Request New Expenditure Type or Object Code Form.

Request Information

Requester is the person completing this form.
Request Timing Constraint?

Current Expenditure Type / Object Code Information

* If you are unsure about your current Expenditure Type or Object Code information, use the Expenditure Type Query or Object Code Listing to look up the current information.
What type of code are you updating?
What is the current Expenditure Type or Object Code status?
For Balance Sheet Object Code Request Only
Object Code owner and his/her department/organization name (enter I don't know if you do not know this information).

Change(s)

Enter No Change if no change.
Enter No Change if no change.
Should this Expenditure Type or Object Code be available for payment activities
Expense Requests
iProcurement
PCard
To change iJournals responsibilities, please specify below
iJournals Public
iJournals Specialist
iJournals Central

Questions?

  • Email FAIR

  • Contact Matt Savage at 650.723.8682

Questions?

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