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  • Invoices
    for services If the invoice is associated with a purchase order The invoice does not require department approval prior to payment Receiving is required to be posted in CMS Central Receiving is responsible for recording stock received report information on all items delivered through Receiving On orders that bypass Receiving it is the responsibility of the campus department to submit a stock received report to Receiving The department may submit a packing slip or a copy of the purchase order identifying the items received in lieu of a stock received report Vendor Data Record form The Vendor Data Record form std form 204 is required for all vendors The form is provided by Procurement Contract Services and is sent to all new vendors when a service purchase order is dispatched The Vendor Data Record form must be completed returned and entered into CMS before payment can be rendered The Vendor Data Record form may also be requested by Accounts Payable or the department for the following reasons To prevent the delay in payment to the vendor If the Vendor Data Record form is not entered into CMS the check to the vendor will not print The vendor has changed their name address or Federal Identification number The vendor s business is now incorporated They are no longer classified as an individual sole proprietor or partnership The vendor is new and the form is needed to process a requisition or Direct Payment Request To verify or update address or tax ID number information from the vendor When there is a delay in payment A payment may not be issued to a vendor for several reasons The invoice was not received by Accounts Payable All invoices should be mailed directly to the Accounts Payable office Many departments mistakenly have the vendor mail the invoice to them causing a delay in payment Stock Received is not posted in CMS Whenever any commodity is purchase by the University receiving must be posted in CMS Central Receiving is responsible for recording stock received report information on all items delivered through Receiving On orders that bypass Receiving it is the responsibility of the campus department to submit a Stock Received Report to Receiving The department may submit a packing slip or a copy of the purchase order identifying the items received in lieu of a stock received report The service purchase order needs to be amended There may be several reasons why an order may need to be amended The description on the order doesn t match the invoice description The quantity invoiced is greater than the quantity ordered The invoice amount is greater than the purchase order amount Sales tax or freight is not on the order or is being invoiced over the 100 00 leeway allowed by Procurement Contract Services The vendor is invoicing for an item or service that is not listed on the order The vendor is invoicing for greater than the amount quoted to Procurement Contract Services The Vendor Data Record

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/aba/Accounts-Payable/invoices.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Moving and Relocation Expenses
    Chancellor and President shall include designees C Campus shall include the headquarters office as well as any of the campuses of the CSU D Household goods means personal effects and items used or to be used in the employee s residence necessary for the maintenance of a household E Long term temporary assignment shall normally mean an assignment period of six months or more F Employee refers to either a current CSU employee or an individual who has been offered a position within the CSU by an authorized authority and has accepted such offer Reimbursement Expenses for Moving and Relocation Full or partial reimbursement within budgetary constraints may be allowed for the actual and necessary expenses incurred for packing insurance transportaion storage in transit not to exceed 60 calendar days and unpacking and installation of the employee s household goods at the new residence when properly documented by itemized invoices and receipts Should employees elect to move themselves reimbursement for such moves may not exceed the costs that would have been incurred had a commercial firm been used An employee and spouse or domestic partner may be reimbursed for relocation travel expenses defined as a one way trip from the former residence to the general area of the new campus or other primary job location in accordance with the CSU procedures outlined with the exception of mileage which is to be reimbursed at the federal standard mileage rate for moving expenses if approved by the Chancellor When authorized travel expenses for spouses or domestic partners will be reimbursed on the same basis as travel expenses for employees An employee and spouse or domestic partner may be reimbursed for actual lodging expenses supported by an itemized receipt plus meal and incidental expenses in accordance with Appendix C of the CSU Travel Procedures and Regulations When authorized lodging meal and incidental expenses for spouses or domestic partners will be reimbursed on the same basis as subsistence expenses for employees A Moving and relocation expenses shall not be paid for more than 60 days unless the appointing authority has determined in advance that the search for a new residence will result in unusual and unavoidable hardship for an employee and spouse or domestic partner and therefore has granted an exception B This allowance shall terminate immediately upon establishement of a permanent residence Procedure for Payment of Claims Itemized receipts or invoices verifying the actual costs and payment of a move shall be submitted directly by the employee to his her appropriate appointing authority or designee If reimbursement is approved by the appointing authority approprate claim forms including the Travel Expense Claim form shall be submitted to the campus accounting office Accounts Payable Sequoia Hall room 311 campus zip 6004 The campus accounting office may reimburse the employee or carrier directly or submit the claim to the State Controller s Office for payment The appointing authority may contract directly with a carrier for moving and relocation services Reimbursement for Sale of Residence Whenever an

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  • Step 1 Application Day Info
    of ALL involvements with civil military or school authorities or law enforcement regardless of its insignificance disposition or finding to include type of incident date name of arresting authority department not individual and disposition example Speeding ticket Oct 2007 Roseville PD paid fine c ORIGINAL and COPY of birth certificate or naturalization certificate d ORIGINAL and COPY of SSN card e Selective Service Number found at www sss gov males only f Addresses of insurance beneficiaries emergency data contacts no P O boxes g Prior military service members DD 214 showing honorable discharge if applicable h JROTC certificate or high school transcript showing ROTC participation of 3 years or more if applicable i Completed AFROTC Form 28 Attached Note Sports physical MUST be documented on the AFROTC Form 28 Any other type of medical form will not be accepted j Air Force Fitness Screening Questionnaire Attached 3 If you plan to attend the orientation please log on to http www csus edu afrotc and register There is a Det 088 Application Day link on the left hand side 4 In preparation for the upcoming semester all new cadets should plan to attend the one unit AERO 1B Foundations of the Air Force class AERO 1B is offered at three different times for your convenience Wednesday from 10 00 10 50 or Fridays from 10 00 10 50 or 11 00 11 50 Also mandatory is the Wing Mandatory Physical Training from 6 30 7 30am on Fridays and Leadership Laboratory from 1 00 3 00 pm on Fridays Sac State students when registering for AERO 1B the leadership lab is included For non Sac State students you will NOT sign up for the AFROTC classes until CSU Sacramento actually starts On the first day of class your AFROTC instructor will

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/Det%20088%20Application%20Day/Application%20EInfo.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Campus Map
    A Gift Quick Links Calendars Campus Map Catalog College Portrait Colleges Depts Computing Technology Jobs Library Online Courses SacCT SacLink The Mighty Blue Dragons AFROTC AFROTC Home Det 088 Application Day Step 1 Application Day Info Step 2 Application Forms AFROTC FM28 Fitness Screening Questionnaire Campus Map Step 3 Sign Up Welcome Admissions Program Requirements Why Should I Join FAQ Crosstown Schools Cadre Cadets Contact Us Privacy and Security Notice

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  • Admissions
    com We will get back to you as soon as possible It s a challenge It s an opportunity It s a head start on a lifetime of success within the Air Force and a dedication to succeed in all you choose Simply put Air Force ROTC is a college program that prepares you to become an Air Force Officer What does this mean to you Making the most out

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/Welcome/Admissions.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Program
    Physical Fitness Assessment PFA On Friday mornings cadets attend Leadership Laboratory LLAB which prepares cadets for being in the military Following LLAB cadets attend Aerospace Studies class which is taught by members of cadre with topics to include Foundations of the Air Force Evolution of Air and Space Power Leadership and Management and National Security and Preparation for Active Duty Timeline C 4C GMC C 3C GMC C 2d Lt POC C 1st Lt POC C Capt POC C Maj POC C Lt Col POC C Col POC Air Force ROTC cadets go through two stages the General Military Course GMC and the Professional Officer s Course POC You can enter our four or three year program Our three year program is an accelerated course which shortens the GMC stage to one year General Military Course The GMC portion of the program typically consists of freshman and sophomores and allows cadets the opportunity to try out AFROTC without any commitment unless on scholarship Freshmen will take AS100 and sophomores will take AS200 During the GMC period cadets will be exposed to the basic organizational concepts of the Air Force and its history During the sophomore year cadets will have the opportunity to compete for a field training allocation Completion of field training is necessary in order to advance to the level of Professional Officer Course POC cadet Field Training Field training will be a cadet s first exposure to a working Air Force environment and the Aerospace Expeditionary Force concept The program develops military leadership and discipline and provides Air Force officer orientation and motivation At the same time the Air Force can evaluate each cadet s potential as an officer It is a month long event that occurs over the summer This training is done in a basic training

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/Welcome/Program.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Requirements
    the world you must uphold these three core values Integrity first Service before self Excellence in all we do Following those core values will be your first step in becoming an Air Force officer Listed below are the basic requirements to join Air Force ROTC Enrolled in CSUS Sacramento State University or UC Davis University of California Davis or a college with a crosstown agreement with Detachment 088 crosstown schools Be a full time student United States citizen or plan to be a citizen before contracting In good physical condition Of good moral character Age 14 years or older Attend both the Aerospace Studies class Leadership Lab and Physical fitness training each semester Academic Requirements To become an Air Force officer you must graduate with a bachelors degree The detachment recognizes that this is one of your top goals Cadets must strive to excel in their studies and balance it with their responsibilities in ROTC Cadets must Be a full time student Have a 2 5 cumulative GPA grade point average or higher Have a 2 5 cumulative GPA or higher before becoming a POC Attend at least 80 of LLAB Receive a grade of C or higher in all Aerospace Studies Classes As a college student GPAs and grades can be difficult to maintain Due to the increasing importance of academic performance the cadet wing can help students in their studies The cadet wing provides tools to network between peers so that you can succeed in college Physical Fitness Requirements The Air Force wants a culture of fitness and requires cadets to keep their bodies in shape Every semester cadets take a PFA Physical Fitness Assessment The PFA consists of waist measurement 1 minute sit ups 1 minute push ups and a 1 5 mile run The test is

    Original URL path: http://www.csus.edu/afrotc/Welcome/Requirements.html (2016-02-12)
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  • Why Should I Join
    rewarding career If you are thinking about pursuing a military career AFROTC will give you leadership training focused instruction and the opportunity to enhance your personal goals Air Force ROTC Enhances Your College Experience From your first day in Air Force ROTC you will reap many benefits First Air Force ROTC offers life changing experiences You will be given the chance to grow individually and also gain a sense of belonging with fellow cadets who share common interests and academic goals Air Force ROTC will help you develop a healthy and fit lifestyle through morale building and motivating physical training Air Force ROTC Enhances Your Education Complement your schedule with Air Force ROTC classes and get credit for the classes you take Learn organizational and time management skills to help you in other courses Air Force ROTC will help you develop teamwork and leadership skills You ll receive valuable training for your Air Force career and experience that s highly marketable to civilian employers Not sure what you want to do with your education Air Force ROTC allows you to receive a commission in the United States Air Force This keeps you from stressing out about finding a job after you graduate There are also great opportunities for you to continue your education through tuition assistance and scholarship programs for graduate study Try finding educational programs like that in the civilian world Air Force ROTC Enhances Your Life and Career When you work for the Air Force you ll have the satisfaction of a challenging career and the rewards of serving your country You ll also gain valuable experience almost every job in the Air Force has an equivalent in the civilian world You ll get the chance to see the world and work around the globe Thinking really far

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