Online Screens

PF1 Display Next Page (DISPLAYS NEXT PAGE OF A DETAIL SCREEN)
PF2 Display Previous Page (DISPLAYS PREVIOUS PAGE OF DETAIL SCREEN)
PF3 Display Primary Menu
PF4 Display Status of Account
PF5 Display Appropriation Detail
PF6 Display Allotment, Special, and Capital Improvement Detail
PF7 Display General, Special, and Capital Improvement Fund Detail
PF8 Display Special Fund Expenditure Detail
PF13 Display List of Transfers
PF20 Enter/Display Requisition
PF22 Enter/Display Transfer
PF23 Display Lists of Requisitions
PF25 Display/Update Security
PF32 Go to Budget System

PF3 - Display Primary Menu

primary display menu

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PF4 - Display Current Status of Account (Summary)

DISPLAY FOR ALL GENERAL AND REVENUE FUND BUDGET CODES-summary of detail PF5,PF6,PF7

 Display Current Status of Account (Summary)

DISPLAY FOR ALL SPECIAL FUND BUDGET CODES - summary of detail on PF6, PF7, PF8

DISPLAY FOR ALL SPECIAL FUND BUDGET CODES - summary of detail on PF6, PF7, PF8

 

DISPLAY FOR ALL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET CODES - summary of detail on PF5, PF6, PF7

DISPLAY FOR ALL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET CODES - summary of detail on PF5, PF6, PF7

Procedure for Inquiry:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
  2. Key the budget code you wish to view.
  3. Press PF4.

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PF5 Display Appopriation Detail

PF5 Display Appopriation Detail

PF5 displays transactions affecting appropriations. Appropriations are posted as soon as possible after the ending of the legislative session. As budget transfers (606s) are posted the changes in the appropriation are reflected in the adjusted appropriation.

Allotments are posted as soon as received from the Office of State Budget and Management. As allotment transactions are posted a new appropriation balance is calculated and displayed. Quarterly reversions also effect the appropriation balance.

Procedures for Inquiry:

  • Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
  • Key the budget code you wish to view.
  • Key the date you wish to begin your review.
  • Press PF5.
  • Press PF1 to view additional pages.

NOTE: PF4 summarizes appropriation detail.

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PF6 DISPLAY ALLOTMENT DETAIL

DISPLAY SPECIAL FUND DETAIL

DISPLAY SPECIAL FUND DETAIL
 
DISPLAY FOR GENERAL AND REVENUE CODES - displays each allotment, year to date receipts,year to date expenditures, current quarter balance (Balance #1) and prior quarter balance (Balance #2). Balance #2 returns to zero after reversion of quarterly allotment.
 
DISPLAY FOR GENERAL AND REVENUE CODES
 
DISPLAY FOR SPECIAL CODES - displays quarter to date and year to date receipts, quarter to date and year to date expenditures and current balance 
 
DISPLAY FOR SPECIAL CODES
 

DISPLAY FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CODES - displays appropriation, allotment, appropriation balance, receipts to date, expenditures to date, and the balance.

AK06 is updated as each transaction is posted. If the effective date of the transaction is different from OSC's posting date, the posting date appears in parenthesis directly below the effective date.

Procedures for Inquiry:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
  2. Key the budget code you wish to view.
  3. Key the date you wish to begin your review.
  4. Press PF6.
  5. Press PF1 to view additional pages.

NOTE: PF4 summarizes PF6 transactions. 

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PF7 DISPLAY ALLOTMENT RECEIPT/EXPEND

DISPLAY SPECIAL FUND RECEIPTS

DISPLAY CAP IMP RECEIPTS/EXPEND

PF7 DISPLAY ALLOTMENT RECEIPT/EXPEND

DISPLAY FOR GENERAL AND REVENUE CODES (Receipts and expenditures)

DISPLAY FOR GENERAL AND REVENUE CODES (Receipts and expenditures)

DISPLAY FOR SPECIAL CODES (Receipts only)

DISPLAY FOR GENERAL AND REVENUE CODES (Receipts and expenditures)

DISPLAY FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT CODES (Receipts and expenditures)

PF7 displays each receipt and expenditure posted to a budget code, except for special fund expenditures which are displayed on PF8. If the effective date of the transaction is different from OSC's posting date, the posting date appears in parenthesis directly below the effective date. Transfers between budget codes (both receipts and expenditures) are identified with reference numbers beginning with 4.

Procedures for Inquiry:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
  2. Key the budget code you wish to view.
  3. Key the date you wish to begin your review.
  4. Press PF7.
  5. Press PF1 to view additional pages.

NOTE:

  1. OSC strongly recommends the use of PF7 and PF8 rather than PF13, PF23, and PF 24 since PF7 and PF8 respond more quickly and are less costly. PF7 and PF8 also provide the date each transaction posted to CMCS which is not available on PF13,23, and 24.
  2. PF4 summarizes PF7 transactions.
     

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PF8 DISPLAY SPECIAL FUND EXPENDITURES

PF8 DISPLAY SPECIAL FUND EXPENDITURES

PF8 displays expenditures posted to a Special Fund budget code. If the effective date of the transaction is different from OSC's posting date, the posting date appears in parenthesis directly below the effective date. Transfers between budget codes (both receipts and expenditures) are identified with reference numbers beginning with 4.

Procedures for Inquiry:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
  2. Key the budget code you wish to view.
  3. Key the date you wish to begin your review.
  4. Press PF8.
  5. Press PF1 to view additional pages.

NOTE:

  1. OSC strongly recommends the use of PF7 and PF8 rather than PF13, PF23, and PF24 since PF7 and PF8 respond more quickly and are less costly to the user. PF8 also provides the date each transaction posted to CMCS which is not available on PF13, PF23, and PF24.
  2. PF4 summarizes PF8 transactions.

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PF13 DISPLAY LIST OF TRANSFERS

PF13 DISPLAY LIST OF TRANSFERS

PF13 displays transfers for an agency or for a particular budget code. This screen is used to locate and display pending transfers and to inquire on the status of submitted transfers. Each user in the department/division to whom a transfer is being sent is alerted to the pending transfer by a message on the menu screen.

The "transfer from" column indicates the budget code of the expenditure. When a transfer is passed to another agency the department/division of the agency to which the transfer is being sent is displayed in the "transfer to column". Once the transfer is completed by the receiving agency the department/division is replaced with the budget code of the receipt.

The date the transfer was entered into CMCS is displayed and the month to which the transfer is to be applied is displayed as a two digit number beside the date. The month to which the transfer is to be applied is determined by the date keyed into the actual transfer document.

The amount disbursed represents the amount being transferred from the budget code. The amount received represents the amount being receipted to the code.

A transfer resides in CMCS in various stages of completion. As each stage is completed the status changes and is displayed as a part of the transaction record. Following is an explanation of each status:

  • Prepared: Prepared by the sending agency but not yet passed to the receiving agency.
  • Passed: Passed to the receiving agency.
  • Submitted: Submitted by the receiving agency.
  • Approved: Approved but not yet posted to the budget code.
  • Updated: Expenditure and receipt updated and posted to the budget code.

PROCEDURES

View a list of all pending transfers for an agency:

  1. Position cursor after PF, key 13. DO NOT key a budget code.
  2. ENTER. (CMCS displays a list of transfers in the PASSED status.)

View pending and updated transfers for a particular budget code:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT, key the budget code.
  2. Tab to PF, key 13.
  3. Tab to date field, key the date you wish to begin viewing.
  4. ENTER.

View a particular transfer:

  1. Tab to the beginning of the line on which the transfer is listed.
  2. Key the letter X at the beginning of the line.
  3. ENTER 

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PF20 ENTER/DISPLAY A REQUISITION

PF20 ENTER/DISPLAY A REQUISITION

Fields on the requisition screen:

SEQUENCE #: Unique five digit number assigned by CMCS to each requisition. Sequence numbers of requisitions begin with 00000.

FROM BUDGET CODE: The budget code of the requisition (expenditure).

REQUISITION #: An optional three digit field (alpha or numeric) assigned by user for internal control.

Exception: A requisition number is required for all Capital Improvement codes that are supported by appropriations from one of the following bond issues: 91 Legislative Bonds, 91 Prison/Youth Services Bonds, 93 University Bonds, or 93 Community College Bonds. A requisition for the expenditure of appropriation must be distinguished by the letter A as the last digit in the requisition number.

PRIORITY: A two digit numeric field required for General Fund budget codes only. User selects number that represents the category of the funds requested. These priority codes correspond to the categories utilized in the projected expenditures.

  • 10 Debt Service - budget code 19420 only
  • 21 Payroll - Agency/University payrolls (include health benefits associated with payroll)
  • 22 Payroll - Public School payrolls (code 13510 for distribution of payroll dollars to the various LEA disbursing accounts)
  • 23 Payroll -Community College payroll (code 16800 for distribution of payroll dollars to the disbursing accounts of the various community colleges)
  • 24 Payroll - Public Assistance/Welfare Benefit Payments
  • 30 State Aid - aid to counties, cities, towns, non-governmental units, education grants and scholarships, allocations to counties, agency grants and allocations, other state aid
  • 40 Health/Provider Payments (do not include health benefits associated with payroll)
  • 45 Transfer E-Payment
  • 50 General Expense - all expenditures not included other priority categories
  • 51 Transfer Out
  • 60 Revenue Refund - for OSC use only
  • 70 Transfer Inter-Gov
  • 80 Special fund - CMCS automatically selects for all requisitions except General Fund.

MONTH: two digit number indicating the month for which funds are being requisitioned.

CMCS will not allow:

  1. A user to submit a previous month requisition after the 5th working day of the next month
  2. A user to submit a requisition for a future month.

DISBURSING ACCOUNTS: Choice of disbursing accounts available for each budget code.

  1. Regular disbursing account
  2. Agency payroll account or Central payroll's account
  3. Attachment - provides additional screens for distribution of requisition amount when there are more than two disbursing accounts associated with the budget code of the requisition.

ALLOTMENT ACCOUNT: Requires the user to input monthly allotment, additional allotments, deposits and transfers into the code since the first of the month, amounts withdrawn since the beginning of the month and balance.

DISBURSING ACCOUNT: Requires the user to input credit at the first of the month, amounts received since the first of the month, expenditures required, and the amount requisitioned or balance required in the disbursing account.

  • PROCEDURES for requisition of funds into one disbursing account:
    1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of any CMCS screen.
    2. Key the budget code for which you are requisitioning funds.
    3. Tab to the PF= field and type 20.
    4. ENTER. (CMCS displays a new requisition screen with the budget code and code name requested. The sequence number will be blank, the Status "New" and the Action "Add.")
    5. Tab through the screen and complete fields as the cursor stops on unprotected fields.
      Key the Requisition #, Priority, and Month, mark the appropriate disbursing account with an X, key allotment and disbursing account information.
    6. Review the requisition for accuracy and make corrections.
    7. ENTER. (CMCS performs several edits to assist the user in correctly completing the requisition. If an error situation is detected a message is displayed at the bottom of the screen. Make corrections and ENTER. The Sequence Number changes to a number assigned by CMCS and the Status of the requisition changes from NEW to PREPARED.)
    8. REVIEW THE REQUISITION FOR ACCURACY. Make necessary corrections.
    9. Tab to the ACTION field and type SUBMIT.
    10. CMCS displays a message that the requisition has been submitted.
       
  • PROCEDURES for requisition of funds into more than one disbursing account:
    1. Complete procedures for requisition of funds into one disbursing account with one exception:
      MARK "ATTACHMENT ON NEXT PAGE" with an X.
    2. PF1 to access listing of all disbursing account names and numbers associated with the budget code.
    3. Tab to the various disbursing accounts, type the amount for each account to the right of each account.
    4. Press ENTER at the completion of each page. (CMCS displays a message that indicates a difference in the dollar amount of the attachment screens and the requisition amount until the two are equal.)
    5. Review the attachments to insure that amounts are keyed to the correct accounts. Key any corrections and enter after each page of corrections has been completed.
    6. When the attachment screens are complete, tab to ACTION, key SUBMIT. (CMCS will not allow a requisition to be submitted until the attachment amounts are equal to the requisition amount.)
       
  • TO INQUIRE ON THE STATUS OF A LIST OF REQUISITIONS
    After Next= key the budget code you wish to review and the date you wish to begin your review, select PF23. CMCS displays a requisition list beginning with the date requested. Press PF1 to view more requisitions.
     
  • Status Messages:
    • Prepared - requisition has been prepared but not submitted to OSC
    • Submitted - requisition has been prepared and submitted to OSC
    • Approved - requisition has been approved but has not posted to budget code
    • Updated - requisition has been approved and posted to the budget code
    • TO VIEW A SPECIFIC REQUISITION
      1. From the list of requisitions, tab to the requisition you wish to view, mark the requisition with an X in the space provided at the left margin, ENTER. CMCS displays the requisition.
        OR
      2. From the menu key the budget code and sequence number assigned to the requisition, select PF20. CMCS displays the requisition.

NOTE: Negative requisitions will not be approved without prior approval from OSC.

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PF22 ENTER/DISPLAY A TRANSFER

PF22 ENTER/DISPLAY A TRANSFER

Fields on the transfer screen:

SEQUENCE NO: Transaction number automatically assigned by CMCS.

DATE: Current date entered as MMDDYY and keyed by the agency originating the transfer. EXCEPTION: Enter the last working day of the previous month for a transfer that applies to the previous month. CMCS allows prior month transfers through the 5th working day of the current month. A prior month inter-agency transfer may be entered only if the receiving agency has not closed out for the prior month.

REFERENCE NO.(left side of screen): A number assigned by the disbursing agency for internal control of expenditure/"transfer from". Agencies should begin with number one at the beginning of each fiscal year.

REFERENCE NO.(right side): A number assigned by the receiving agency for internal control of receipt/"transfer to". Agencies should begin with number one at the beginning of each fiscal year.

BUDGET CODE or STIF CODE (TRANSFER FROM): Budget code of the expenditure and is limited to one budget code. STIF code applicable to University Trust Funds only. CMCS automatically fills the budget code field when AK22 is accessed with a budget code.

DEPARTMENT CODE: Four digit department code keyed by the sending agency to alert the receiving agency of a pending transfer. Use the department/division code of your agency/institution for internal transfers. A list of department codes defined in CMCS is included with this manual for reference.

NAME OF THE CODE: CMCS automatically displays the code name as defined in CMCS.

NAME OF DEPARTMENT: CMCS displays the name of the agency to whom the transfer is being sent.

TOTAL AMOUNT: The amount being transferred from the budget code.

TRANSFER TYPE: OPTIONAL (user is not required to key) - Classifies transfer by type.

  1. Operating transfer
  2. Reimbursements
  3. Federal
  4. Agency grants
  5. Quasi-external
  6. Residual equity
  7. Clearing account

TRANSFER TO: Detail of the receipt provided by the receiving agency. A receiving agency may distribute the receipt amount among as many as four budget/stif codes. The sum of the "transfer to" amounts must equal the Total Amount of the "transfer from". If the amounts are unequal CMCS displays an error message until the two are equal. CMCS automatically displays corresponding budget code titles.

Guidelines for intra-agency transfers:
Use CMCS on-line transfer screens for all transfers of funds within an agency/institution when the amount is $50,000 or greater. An agency/institution may elect to use CMCS for all internal cash transfers.

Guidelines for inter-agency transfers:

Transfers from Major Federal Assistance Programs: Several State agencies/institutions administer Major Federal Assistance Programs and are governed by the regulations of the federal Cash Management Improvement Act - 1990. The Office of the State Controller has provided special procedures for transferring federal funds to each agency that administers such a program. If your agency/institution receives flow-through money or payments from a Major Federal Assistance Program these special procedures may affect your agency/institution.

  • Flow -through Money: All movement of Major Federal Assistance Program funds to another agency/institution for the administration of the Major Federal Assistance Program by the receiving agency/institution must be executed through CMCS on-line transfer screens.
  • All payments of $10,000 or greater from Major Federal Assistance Program funds to another agency/institution must be executed through CMCS on-line transfer screen.
  • A payment from Major Federal Assistance Program funds in an amount less than $10,000 may be made by warrant. However, if the sending and receiving agency/institution agree to use CMCS for an amount less than $10,000, the payment may be made through the on-line transfer screen.
  • On-line transfers of Major Federal Assistance Program funds may be executed through the last working day of the month.

Transfers from sources other than Major Federal Assistance Programs:

  • All transfers of funds from one agency/institution to another agency/institution in an amount of $50,000 or greater must be executed through CMCS on-line transfer screens.
  • Agencies/institutions may elect to transfer payments and cash transfers of less than $50,000 by mutual agreement between the two agencies/institutions.
  • EXCEPTION - INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS: Payments of amounts to internal service funds (budget codes 7XXXX) should not be handled as CMCS transfers. A warrant should be written to the receiving agency regardless of the amount unless both the sending and receiving agencies agree that payment will be made through CMCS. Examples: payments to SIPS for computer services and telecommunications, payments to Prison Enterprises for printing, payment to Department of Administration for parking, motor fleet management, courier service, federal surplus property, temporary solutions and state surplus property.
  • EXCEPTION - PAYROLL RELATED FUNDS: Payments to state agencies for taxes, state retirement, medical premiums and other payroll deductions should be made by warrant.
  • All transfers to another agency or institution must be passed to the receiving agency no later than the close of business on the 25th day of each month. When the 25th day is on a weekend or holiday, a transfer must be passed to the receiving agency or institution no later than the close of business on the last working day prior to the 25th.

PROCEDURE FOR EXPENDITURE/"TRANSFER FROM," ONLY:
Use for transfer to another user in the same agency/institution or another agency/institution.

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Type the budget code from which you are transferring funds.
  3. Tab to the PF= field, type 22, ENTER. (CMCS displays the transfer screen with the budget code and name of the code requested. The sequence number is blank, the Status "NEW" and the Action "ADD".)
  4. Tab through the transfer screen completing the following fields:
    • Date: current date or last day of previous month for prior month transactions.
    • Reference No (left side of screen)
    • Department code of agency/institution that will be receiving the transfer (ex. 4200 is DOT).
    • Transfer type (optional)
    • Total Amount
  5. Review the transaction for accuracy. Make any corrections. ENTER
  6. Press PF1 to display page 2 of the transfer screen. Type information sufficient for the receiver to identify the purpose of the transfer (invoice number, etc.). ENTER
  7. Tab to ACTION, key PASS. ENTER. ("Pass" makes the transfer available for further completion. CMCS assigns a sequence number to the transaction. The disbursing agency/institution may not change the transfer after it has been passed to the receiving agency. However, the receiving agency may return a transfer in a "passed" status to the disbursing agency by keying RETURN in the ACTION field.)

PROCEDURE FOR RECEIPT/'"TRANSFER TO," ONLY:
Use for receipt of transfer from another agency/institution or for receipt of transfer from another user in your agency/institution.

  1. Review the menu screen for the number of pending transfers for your agency/institution. All transfers in all stages of completion are pending until updated by OSC.
  2. Select PF13, ENTER to display a list of all pending transfers.
  3. Review the status of each transfer. Complete each transfer with a "passed" status and submit to OSC for processing. (In the "passed" status new transfers display department/division number, completed transfers display a "submitted" status and the individual budget codes in the distribution.)
  4. Tab to the line of the transfer you wish to complete. Key a "V" in the space at the beginning of the line, ENTER. CMCS displays the passed transfer.
  5. Press PF1 to view page two and the Explanation of Transfer. Press PF2 to return to the transfer.
  6. Tab through the screen completing the following fields:
    • Reference Number (right side of screen)
    • Transfer To: Budget/Stif code(s) and amount(s).
  7. Tab to ACTION, key SUBMIT, ENTER. (CMCS displays a message that the transfer has been submitted. The receiving agency may not change the transfer after it has been submitted. However, OSC may return the transfer to the receiving agency for corrections if the transfer is in the submitted status. An updated transfer cannot be returned to the submitting agency/institution.)

PROCEDURE FOR COMPLETING BOTH "TRANSFER FROM" AND "TRANSFER TO":
Use for intra-agency transfers that are entered on-line by one user.

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of the screen
  2. Key the budget code from which funds you are transferring funds
  3. Tab to the PF= field, type 22, ENTER. (CMCS displays the transfer screen with the budget code and name of the code requested. The sequence number is blank, the Status "NEW" and the Action "ADD".)
  4. Tab through the transfer screen completing all data fields.
  5. Review for accuracy and make changes.
  6. Tab to ACTION, key PASS, ENTER.
  7. Tab to ACTION, key SUBMIT, ENTER (CMCS displays a message that the transfer has been submitted and assigns a sequence number to the transaction.)

TRANSFER INQUIRY:

  • To view all pending transfers for an agency: Position cursor after PF=, key 13, ENTER.
  • To view pending and updated transfers for a particular budget code: Position cursor after NEXT, key the budget code, tab to PF=, key 13, key the beginning date you wish to view. ENTER.
  • To view an individual transfer: Position cursor after next, key the budget code, tab to PF=, key 22, tab to Seq=, key the sequence number of the transfer you wish to view, ENTER.
  • Updated "transfers from" and "to" appear on detail screens as expenditures and receipts, respectively.

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PF23 DISPLAY LIST OF REQUISITIONS

PF23 DISPLAY LIST OF REQUISITIONS

PF23 displays a list of requisitions for a particular budget code. This screen is used to locate and display requisitions and to inquire on the status of a list of requisitions.

Inquiry to this screen with a budget code displays the budget code of the inquiry, the priority of the requisition, the date the requisition was entered, the month to which the requisition is to be applied, the sequence number, the amount, the requisition number and the status of the requisition.

A requisition resides in CMCS in various stages of completion. As the status changes the new status is displayed. Following is an explanation of each status:

  • PREPARED: Prepared by the agency but not yet submitted to OSC.
  • SUBMITTED: Prepared and submitted to OSC for approval.
  • APPROVED: Approved but not yet posted to the budget code.
  • UPDATED: Updated and posted as an expenditure to the budget code.

PROCEDURE to view a list of requisitions:

  1. Position cursor after NEXT at the bottom of screen.
  2. Key the budget code of the inquiry.
  3. Tab to the PF= field, type 23.
  4. Tab to the Date= field, type the beginning date you wish to view.
  5. ENTER. (CMCS displays all requisitions for the code selected, beginning with the date selected.)

PROCEDURE to view a specific requisition on the list:

  1. Tab to the requisition you wish to view, mark the requisition with an X in the space in the left margin.
  2. ENTER. (CMCS displays the requisition.)

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PF25 -DISPLAY/UPDATE SECURITY

PF25 -DISPLAY/UPDATE SECURITY

PF25 displays the security table for CMCS. All updates to the security table are the responsibility of OSC at the direction of the user's chief fiscal officer. As new budget codes are assigned to agencies the chief fiscal officer must update the security authorization of user to include the code. OSC adds the group ID which identifies the agency of the user and the department/division number which is utilized by CMCS to alert users to pending transfer transactions. The following security levels are available to CMCS users:

  • Level 3 Agency Update - Requisitions only: Allows a user to prepare and submit requisitions and to prepare and pass to the receiving agency the "transfer from" portion of the Request for Transfer of Funds Between Budget Codes. Allows a user to inquire on the status of accounts.
  • Level 4 Agency Inquiry: Allows a user to inquire on the status of accounts, only.
  • Level 5 Agency Update - Deposits only: Allows a user to prepare and submit deposits and to prepare and submit the "transfer to" portion of the Request for Transfer of Funds Between Budget Codes. Allows a user to inquire on the status of accounts.
  • Level 6 Agency Update (All): Allows a user to prepare and submit requisitions and deposits, and to prepare both the "transfer to' and the "transfer from" portions of the request for Transfer of Funds Between Budget Codes. Allows a user to inquire on the status of accounts.
  • Level 9 Inactive: Prohibits access to CMCS for a previous agency user.

To verify your security level and the budget codes to which you have access:

  1. Locate your agency's Group ID.
  2. After Next= key your Group ID and your initials
  3. After PF= key 25, ENTER.

To use AK 25 to locate a user when sending a message through CMCS, refer to PF17 for instructions.

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PF32 - GO TO BUDGET SYSTEM (OSBM)

PF32 - GO TO BUDGET SYSTEM (OSBM)

PF32 provides the user with a "hot key" to connect directly with the sign-on screen for the Office of State Budget and Management's, Budget Revision System.

To return to the CMCS menu, sign off the Budget system, clear screen, and type AK followed by a space, ENTER.