The Fiscal Office supports the GCC personnel by assisting with procurement, policy compliance, and department accounting. Our goal is to provide employees with the tools and guidance necessary to secure the goods and services essential to providing a quality learning experience to our diverse student population.
Contact the Fiscal Office for questions about travel, Procard, CFS, Web Financials, and purchasing procedures. You may also find answers to many of your questions by accessing the information provided in the links below.
- Bookstore Charge Requests
- Cash Advances
- Cash Boxes
- CFS Access Request
- CFS Requisitions (Instructions for attaching quotes .pdf)
- Chart of Accounts (.xlsx)
- Conflict of Interest
- Memberships (Instructions.docx)
- Official Functions
- Petty Cash
- Professional Services Contract
The standard Cash Advance limit is $500.00. Only one cash advance per person may be outstanding at a time. Standard cash advances can only be used for travel-related expenses. If the cash advance will be used to cover meals during travel, you must complete the Cash Advance Trip Receipt. Original receipts are required for all expenses. Cash advances for special events must have an approved Official Function Form on file with the Fiscal Office. All original receipts and/or remaining funds must be turned in to the Fiscal Office no more than 5 days after the date of event or travel .
Event Cash Boxes
The Fiscal Office supports college activities that require cash boxes, including concessions, athletic events, performing arts events, and club activities. Request a cash box a minimum of five (5) days prior to the date of the event and provide a completed Petty Cash voucher. The request should specify the dollar amount along with any specific denominational requests. Individuals handling cash must be board approved and have completed the Annual Cash Handling Disclosure and must adhere to Administrative Regulation 1.17 Cash Handling.
CFS Access Request
A request for employee CFS access is routed through the employee’s supervisor to the Fiscal Office. The employee signs the Ethics and Confidentiality Statement (.pdf) and fills in the appropriate information on the CFS Access form (.doc). Attach both forms to an email and forward to the supervisor, who completes the "List Access requested" and "List the data that is essential to accomplish the tasks performed by the Employee" sections.
After both forms are complete (there are no signatures required on the access form), please attach them to an email and send to email@example.com.
Please be detailed on the requisition lines. The description field should include a specific description of your item, product numbers, pertinent information to the supplier, names of travelers, dates, pre-payment notations, if the check is needed by a certain date, and if the check is to be returned to campus. If quotes are required, please attach the quotes to the requisition. Attaching Quotes to a Requisition (.pdf)
Types of CFS Requisitions:
- Blanket - Blanket Requisitions are used for small goods purchases that are bought often (i.e., maintenance and office supplies) or for routine services (i.e., monthly service agreements). The campus Fiscal office can create blanket PO's, up to $5,000. However, a single item cannot exceed $1,000 due to capital threshold restrictions.
- Goods - Goods are for tangible items, normally received through the college's Receiving department. These items will go through an on-line receiving process by the Receiving department. If the items are sent directly to your department, please notify the Receiving department. Also, please include separate requisition lines for tax and shipping costs. These lines should be set up as service-dollars (see below). If the price of the items does not include shipping, please note this on one of the requisition lines.
- Service Dollars - Service-Dollars are for services, prepayments, and items that will not be received through the Receiving department - such as fees, dues, honorariums, team advances, reimbursements, subscriptions, etc.
For additional CFS training documents, please visit MaricopaTechnology Training.
Only Governing Board approved MCCCD employees may request Petty Cash. Receiving Petty Cash is the requestor’s authorization to make a purchase or place an order. Therefore, the requestor must have an approved Petty Cash voucher and have received Petty Cash prior to placing any order or making any purchase.
Note: Failure to do so will result in an unauthorized purchase, and an unauthorized purchase may result in the requestor having to reimburse the college, receiving a suspension of Petty Cash use, and/or undergoing administrative disciplinary action.
There is a $100.00 limit per Petty Cash voucher, and only one Petty Cash voucher per CFS account is allowed at one time. All Petty Cash vouchers must receive approval by the requestor’s department chair/manager prior to receiving Petty Cash. The Petty Cash is disbursed at and returned to the Cashier’s Office.
Once Petty Cash has been received, the requestor is responsible for making all purchases and returning the Petty Cash voucher, all original receipts (unaltered and indicating ‘paid’), and any remaining Petty Cash to the Cashier’s Office within five (5) business days.
Only purchases for official college business are allowed on receipts. Failure to return the Petty Cash voucher, appropriate receipts, and any remaining Petty Cash within five (5) business days may result in the requestor having to reimburse the college, receiving a suspension of Petty Cash use, and/or undergoing administrative disciplinary action.
|MCCCD Annual Travel Disclosure|
|Per Diem Rates – Domestic Travel||
Personal vehicle mileage reimbursement rates; transportation, lodging and meal reimbursement rates. GCC does not require a travel authorization form for in-county travel. If the in-county travel involves an activity with a registration fee, there must be a signed PO or Procard expense in place prior to traveling. This change does not apply to group travel, i.e. field trips and team travel.
For more information, review MCCCD travel regulation 1.15.5
|Per Diem Rates – Foreign Travel||
International transportation, lodging and meal reimbursement rates.
|Official Function Expense Documentation Form||Use this form to document expense decisions for activities or items that are subject to the MCCCD Administrative Regulation on Official Functions.|
|Travel Related Cash Advances||
The standard Cash Advance limit is $500.00. Only one cash advance per person may be outstanding at a time. Standard cash advances can only be used for travel-related expenses. If the cash advance will be used to cover meals during travel, you must complete the Cash Advance Trip Receipt. Original receipts are required for all expenses. Cash advances for special events must have an approved Official Function Form on file with the Fiscal Office. All original receipts and/or remaining funds must be turned in to the Fiscal Office no more than 5 days after the date of event or travel.
|Contract for Professional Services|
|Vendor Resources||Vendor resources website, vendor registration form, vendor Certificate of Insurance requirements, vendor W-9 form, waiver of Certificate of Insurance form, service payment invoice form|