UB faculty and staff use the eBudget System to create an electronic budget revision to move allocation with state funds.
For the best experience using this application, use a non-mobile device.
Take the processing budget revisions your guide to using the eBudget application course to familiarize yourself with the essentials of budget revisions and the eBudget application.
Budget Allocations may be changed using eBudget. In order to access eBudget please complete and submit the State SIRI Financial and eBudget Data Access Request form.
The Budget Revision Template may be utilized for large budget revisions. The completed template should be emailed to UB-StateAccounting@buffalo.edu for processing.
No, there are hundreds of objects that may be used for expenditures but budgeting is done at a higher, more summarized level. Budgets may be established at any of the following object levels as well as at the line level for units that do line item budgeting.
A line number and title code are required if you are adjusting allocation at the line level. Note that if the individual received a promotion, the line may have more than one title code associated with it.
Yes, this is a required field to ensure allocation is adjusted appropriately. For lines, this field will populate automatically once the line and title code have been entered.
No, but this field is a good tracking tool for your department.
Budget revision activity loads nightly from eBudget so that any budget revisions approved or in process will be reflected in SIRI the following day. Revisions routed for approval will be displayed in your account as un-applied budget revisions in SIRI. Departmental approved Income Fund Reimbursable (IFR) revisions that are unbalanced (net increase or decrease) are routed to IFR staff for a final approval before they will be reflected as an applied budget revision in SIRI.
Annual allocation on a budget revision means this is a permanent move that you want to continue in subsequent years.
This is a temporary move and this should only apply to the current year.