Chart of Accounts - Fund Source
Director of Accounting Services
GL Accounting Manager
The Director of Accounting Services is responsible for ensuring that this document is necessary, reflects actual practice, and supports University policy.
The ‘Fund Source’ segment has a rather complex structure. The University’s major sources of revenue (preceding graphic) dictate some of the high-level structure as well as some of its lower level breakdowns. At the highest level it is broken down into these major elements:
The Descriptions of the individual Fund Sources provide further significant structural breakdowns that delineate key relationships like “State” and “Local” funds.
Fund Sources also exist in “Parent-Child” relationships that may be of use to you when running and interpreting reports.
Fund Sources for Routine Departmental Deposits
UVA’s Accounting Services office has identified twenty-three (23) Fund Source values that are appropriate for using in various types of depositing. Eight (8) of those 23 Fund Sources are considered appropriate for the majority of deposits done in the University’s departments. They are:
You can download a list of all Fund Sources from the Integrated System home page [http://www.virginia.edu/integratedsystem] by clicking Finance Links – Financial Codes & Mapping – Fund Source.
NOTE: The Agency Fund Source (8000) is of
particular interest to all GL Specialists. Using a COA string (GL string) that
includes an Agency Fund Source (those that begin with ‘8’) means you MUST
choose an Entity code that begins with 8 and is related to the state agency you
support (i.e. 80 for
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