Oracle Grants Management allows you to manage the complete post award process, from initial funding to close out. Oracle Grants Management also provides an integrated platform for managing the financial aspects, and collaborating on your awards and sponsored projects while complying with your sponsors and internal control, billing and reporting requirements.
Oracle Grants Management allows you to have complete visibility into the all aspects of your awards. Quickly visualize the current spending status and drill into funding, budget, commitment, and expenditure details, as well as all related conversations and documents.
This course teaches students about the end-to-end business process flow of Oracle Grants Management (aka Oracle Grants Accounting). It focuses on creating and budgeting awards and award funded projects. It then takes you further to demonstrate transactions against grant funded projects.
The entire course demonstrates Oracle Grants Accounting integration with several other modules such as Oracle Projects, iProcurement, Purchasing, Payables, Receivables, Fixed Assets and General Ledger.
We will be using the following environment for demonstration:
+ Oracle E-Business Suite Release 12.2.x
+ Operating System = Oracle Linux 6.x (x86-64) installed on VM
By the end of this course you will be able to understand the following topics in Oracle Grants Management:
+ Overview of Oracle Grants Management
+ Create Project
+ Create Award
+ Create Award Budget
+ Fund and Budget Project with Internal Funding Source
+ Oracle iProc Requisition against a Grant Funded Project
+ AP Invoice for Purchase Order and transfer to GMS
+ Expense Report Against a Grant Funded Project
+ Interface Supplier Costs to GMS and View Actuals in ASI
+ Pre-Approved Timecard against a Grant-Funded Project
+ Grant Accounting Integration with other Oracle modules
+ Overview of Grant Accounting Setups
Oracle EBS instance can be used for demo or personal learning purposes. Following are potential audience for this course:
+ Business Users
+ Oracle Functional Consultants and Implementers