Financial & Procurement Services
Finance & Procurement Services (F&PS) provides strategic financial management, reporting, procurement and transaction support services to the University to enable achievement of the University’s teaching and research goals.
F&PS is responsible for oversight of the University's annual operating budget, capital budget, asset base and statutory obligations.
2017 F&P Function Plan
The F&P Function Plan captures the key initiatives and deliverables for the whole F&P team for 2017, including timeframes for completion and where primary responsibility lies for leading or managing the activity.
Teams within the F&P Function
View the current organisational chart (as at 24th August 2017) for the whole of Finance & Procurement including Faculty Finance Staff.
Teams within F&PS
See below summary of the key activities and expectations of the central Finance & Procurement team. For information specific to Procurement, visit the Procurement website or click on the Procurement Tab above.
Financial Strategy, Analysis & Reporting
- Financial Planning and Analysis
- Finance Initiatives and Projects
- Treasury Management
- Accounting and Tax Compliance
- Management Accounting & Reporting
- Division Finance
- Revenue Accounting
- Research Accounting
Visit the Procurement website for more information
- Accounts Payable
- Expense Management
- Supplies and Receiving
- Service Support Officers
Incorporating Strategic Procurement
- Facilities and Utilities
- Indirect Purchases
- IT Equipment and Services
- Research and Major Equipment
Financial Management Capability Program
The Financial Management Capability Program aims to ensure staff with financial responsibilities are supported and developed in effective financial practices that meet organisational requirements and drive an entrepreneurial culture.
For more information on the Financial Management Capability Program, visit the Performance & Development webpage.
Legal Compliance Framework
Legal & Risk has developed a Legal Compliance Framework for implementation across the University. The framework provides a consistent approach to managing compliance and risk, and has been designed to foster a strong compliance culture at the University.