EPAF Contract Originator Packet

Contract EPAF Instructions, Cheat Sheets, and other Helpful Reminders This sheet is instructions on how to utilize this packet and guidelines for submitting successful EPAFs. It is my recommendation that you keep this sheet of notes handy at your desk and refer to it often when doing contract EPAFs : Table of Contents: 1. Introduction, Cheat Sheets, and other Helpful Reminders––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– ––. .––––––. Pa ge 1 2. Error Troubleshooting & More Reminders. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––........ ..................... Page 2 3. EPAF Starting Screens and Name Searches–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––.–– –––––––. Pages 3 Œ 10 4. Creating a new Adjunct Faculty contract/position/job (AFNEW).........––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––..– –––––––.. Pages 11 Œ 22 5. Creating a new Supplemental Overload Teaching contract (OVTNEW)––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––– Pages 23 Œ 34 6. Creating a new Sup plemental Overload Non -Teaching contract (OVNNEW)–––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––– Pages 35 Œ 46 7. History Features of EPAF System (finding a form in process)––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– –––––––.. Pages 47 Œ 50 Instructions & Cheat Sheets Electronic Personnel Action Forms (EPAFs) allow campus users to use the Banner system to submit pay information for campus em ployees. This system allows for greater portability of forms as users need only have access to the Internet to create/submi t/view forms. It also allows for a history of forms to be kept and better security with data locked within Banner . By going to an electronic format, time of processing is generally increased as well as accountability. Throughout this packet are various blue boxes and red text . Pay particular attention to these as they will help you understand employment classification, account numbers, and troubleshoot within the forms. Examples of them are as such: To assist in the approval process, we have established an email workflow. When an approval is required on a department level , an email will be sent asking the approver to log into Self Serve and approve the form. EPAF Initiators will also get emails when items are returned for correction and when EPAFs are applied by Payroll. Human Resources & Payroll will approve and apply all EPAFs waiting in their queue on a daily basis. Helpful Reminders Teaching assignments tend to be tricky due to the various app rovals relating to them. Often, knowledge of overload contracts or getting adjuncts assigned as instructors of record takes time both before and after a semester begins. Thus, it is recommended that when you are completing those forms t hat you project the pay start dates accordingly, such as September 16th for Fall Semester and February 1 st for Spring Semester. This allows all approving parties enough time to confirm enrollment counts, pay information, etc. Putting dates too close to the start of the sem ester may result in forms being returned for correction, adjustments made, and confusion/frustration. Any adjunct or temporary staff member who has not been paid in the last 12 months will need to recertify their I -9 with Human Resources. You will not be able to submit EPAFs for them until Human Resources have a new completed I-9. If you notice when doing the All Jobs search that all the end dates are more than a year old, send the employee to SUU HR to recertify their I -9. Account Number Cheat Sheet: Adjunct Teaching: 6120 Overload Non -Teaching: 6155 Overload Teaching: 6125 Cheat Sheet for Overload Non -Teaching Terminations: This date should always be the 15 th or last day of the month. It should correspond with the last day of the payroll where the l ast actual work day was. For example, if an employee™s last day of work was Wednesday, January 13, then January 15 th is the end date on the EPAF. Termination dates apply to the PAY, not the actual time the work stopped. Cheat Sheet for Adjunct & Overload Teaching Termin ations: Fall Semester = December 15 th Spring Semester = May 15 th Summer Semester = varies per the annual Summer Overload Payment Schedule. Typically Maymester pays in one lump sum on May 31 st First session pays in one lump sum on June 30 th Second session pays in one lump sum on August 15 th Regular or Special Session courses pay in equal installments during the course of the summer. Termination dates apply to the PAY, not the actual time the teaching stopped. 1 /nTrouble -Shooting with Errors fiNew–Date should be >= query effective datefl Œ you are putting in begin/effective dates that are BEFORE your query date. The only way s to fix this is to delete the form, use a different query date, and start over OR use date s equal /after your query date. This is why it is so impera tive to change the query date to the first day of the month before you even get to the actual form to complete. Remember, all start dates shoul d be the 1 st or 16 th of the month; termination dates should be either the 15 th or last day of the month. fiInval id Datefl Œ this is typically because you didn™t use the right date format. All dates in EPAFs must be MM/DD/YYYY (include the backslash es) . fi–Date must equal–datefl Œ the date fields within the form (job begin, jobs effective, and/or new effective) do not match. They must match. fiAccount Code must be filled infl Œ if you used an index and saved for the first time within the form, Banner automatically deletes the 4 digit account number . You have to put the account number in (see above page of cheats for t hese), save, and then try resubmitting. fiUser ID must be entered for Routing Queuefl Œ you have a blank line within your routing queue. Each EPAF I nitiator is set up by HR to have specific personnel approve their forms. Most departments never have to put in names for their routing queue. If you are not set up as an EPAF I nitiator, your routing queue won™t have any names in it. Please contact your department ™s EPAF I nitiator to have them complete the forms (there is at least one in every department/division on campus). The initiator is set up to do this and it will work fine for them. Contact Human Resources if your de partment does not have an EPAF I nitiator or you don™t know who that person is. fiID is not defined as an employee fl Œ you have tried doing a form for a person who has never w orked on campus. A person search early in the process would have told you this prior to spending time trying to do an EPAF. You cannot complete an EPAF for this person until HR receives the employee™s tax documents. NOTE: most often, the first job an employee gets on campus will be completed using a paper Payroll Action Form, not an EPAF. fiEnd Date must be later than Begin Da tefl + others Œ this typically means that when trying to create a new position, you selected a position and suffix number that had already been used on a prior job for that employee . Delete t he form and be sure during the All Jobs search, you use a position & suffix numb er that have never before been used. Multiple fiNew–Date cannot be after Employee™s Termination Datefl errors Œ this employee has not worked for SUU in more than one year. As such, before the EPAF can be submitted, they must complete a new I9 with the Human Resources office. Send them to Human Res ou rces and leave the EPAF in your queue (Originator S ummary) . Once the I9 has been completed, we will notify you and you can submit the EPAF. The errors should disappear. Lots and lots of error messages on just about everything Œ HELP! Œ Most likely, you didn™t confirm that a position & suffix number appeared at the top for the new job you are creating or the existing job you are modifying. Scroll to the top of the EPAF and see if there is a position & suffix number listed in bold black text (examples found on page 15, 27, 39, etc .). If there is nothing listed, then Banner doesn™t have any job to link your data to, hence the error messages. You will need to start the process over ; pay particular attention to the job selection scree n to ensure that a position & suffix number pull in. 2 /nTo access EPAFs, you will need to log into Banner Self -Serve. On ce you have logged in, you should go to the main menu. Click on the employee link . 3 /nUnder the Employee tab, you will then click on the EPAF Administration Link. Access to this link is given on an individual basis . Only EPAF Originators, Approvers, and Administrators will have access to view/create electronic hiring forms. 4 /nUnder EPA Fs, there are two or three options. T o create a new electronic form, click on New EPAF . 5 /nAt this point, you will need to do a query to find the employee you will be creating an EPAF for. To do this, click on the m agnifying glass next to the ID box . 6 /nIt is here you do a n employee search . You can search by name, ID (or T -Number) , or Social Security Number (use the T -number Box) . Click on Go after you entered a field. For our example today, we™re going to search for Anna Beasley & D. Michael Carter . We™ll first try Anna . I™ve inserted her last name below then selected Go: 7 /nAs you can see, searching by last name Beasley has lead to one employee record for a Dennis Beasley. That™s not the Anna we were looking for, so thus we can conclude that Anna Beasley has never worked on campus before. She will need to go to Human Resources and complete tax forms before she can start working and an EPAF can be completed. When HR has all the proper documentation, they will create her employment record and she will appear in future queries. Another possible thing that could happen for a non -employee is getting a screen that says there are no records are available under that name. So there are no employees in the system with that last name. In either case, the employee will need to go to H uman Resources to complete tax forms before an EPAF can be generated. It is highly recommended that you query by last name or SSN (if you have it). All employment records on campus are generally linked to an SSN and there are numerous individuals that go by a nickname or middle name instead of their legal first name. 8 /nNow, let™s try searching for D. Michael Carter . His last name has been typed in below (see above for reason). Once you have typed in the name, click on Go. 9 /nThe search yielded one name. Through verification of the birthday, we can confirm that this is whom we want to hire. We can do electronic form s for him . Click on his name and it will insert h is ID so we can complete an EPAF. 10 /nNow, Michael ™s name has been inserted. Change the query date to the first day of the current month and select which EPAF you will be doing. There are three general EPAF forms for contract (salaried) employees Œ all three generate new jobs for these employees . This packet will go through each form, starting with adjunct faculty (AF9999) which Michael is . Select the fiCreate a new Adjunct Faculty position , AFNEW fl and hit Go. Adjunct Faculty Classification Note: If a person is not in a be nefit -eligible position, but is teaching classes coord inated with a CRN, then the employee is classified as an adjunct faculty member. These are the people whom you do this type of EPAF for. 11 /nTo create a new position, we need to determine the next suffix number to use. To do this, we need to see what other AF9999 jobs Michael has had on campus. You can see that Michael has two open positions currently on campus . To see all of his previous positions , click on the All J obs link. 12 /nYou can see that Michael has had several positions since 2004 . Reviewing his termination dates & open positions , he has worked in the last year so he does not need to complete I9 recertification . To give h im a new AF 9999 position, we need to use the next suffix number after 34 (since 34 was the last AF 9999 suffix being used), which would be 35. Thus, his new adjunct position will have the position of AF 9999 and a suffix of 35. Type in the position number: Reminder: ALL adjunct faculty positions will have the position # of AF9999 . The suffix # will be unique for the position. AF9999 is a pooled position (more than one person can use the position #). Thus, many employees can have the AF9999 -00 but an individual employee can only have o ne AF9999 -00, one AF9999 -01, etc. Note: With the release of Banner 8, this screen format is new. You may experience some issues with the screen flashing when your cursor goes over the position & suffix number boxes . While a bit obnoxious, this is normal. 13 /nYou will notice as you began typing in the position & suffix that the all jobs summary disappears. Type in the full position & suffix numbers (it helps to place your cursor in the position number box while typing in the fields) , verify that the select bubble is checked for the new job, then hit Go. Note: When you type in the position number, the system will automatically generate a temporary title and time sheet organization. These are defaults that you will override on the following screens. 14 /nYou will be brought to this screen . The first thing to do is check that the correct position & suffix number populated from the previous screen . If they have not, go back and recomplete the last print shot. Since t he position is new, there are several fields you need to complete. A summary of each field is given below. Once you have put in these fields, click on save. New in 2014 : Pay + Factors Fields . For both these fields, it ™s the number of pay per iods the pay will be spread over. See Contract EPAF Calcualator for more information. 15 /nOur screen for Michael™s adjunct contract will look like this once you save it. This is only the first section of the fo rm. DO NOT SUBMIT AT THIS TIME ! New in 2014 : Pay + Factors Fields . For both these fields, it ™s the number of pay per iods the pay will be spread over. See Contract EPAF Calcualator for more information. Found above Œ done via a query of past jobs. Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™ s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Select Primary if no current job; Secondary if they have another job open Class Title & Section Being Taught Course # (Registrar) Use Contract EPAF Payroll Calculator http://suu.edu/ad/hr/payroll.html Total Amount Paid for Class ORG # the department uses to approve tim e Position & Suffix Number Instructional Credit Hours of Class Pay start date (see above) 16 /nScroll down on the page and you™ll see the accounting section of the form as well as the end date for the contract . The form will show default account 000100 90300 60. THIS IS NOT YOUR ACCOUNT. You wil l override the default account with your own department account as shown and click on save again (or default from index Œ see the helpful hint below) . You then complete the earnings table with the date and default fields as shown. You can also add a termination date for the contract. There are 3 dep artmental approvals (initiating, intermediate , an d Administrative) . All of the contract EPAFs will require the originator/initiating authority to save, submit, and approve the form before it goes to the intermediate authority. Account Number information for the position Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Cheat Sheet for Adjunct Terminations: Fall Semester = December 15 Spring Semester = May 15 Summer Semester = August 15 (if regular session; varies per session taught) Termination dates apply to the PAY, not the actual time the teaching stopped. Account Number Cheat Sheet: All adjunct teaching will be under 6120; All overload teaching will be under 6125; All non -teaching ( overload) will be under 6155. Helpful Hint: if you are using a Banner index, you must click on the fidefault from indexfl button to have the system update the FUND, ORG, and PRGM to match your index. The EPAF will give you an error that asks you to now input the account n umber, which is found in the cheat above. Adjunct Default Earnings Cheat Sheet : You will ALWAYS use REG (regular pay) for adjuncts earnings and 43. 34 hours or units of pay. 17 /nScroll down to the bottom of the page and there is a comment box. You must include days of service here (first day & last day worked for the given semester) It also shows who created the form and has a place to submit the form. If you have completed all the fields, you click save, then submit . Submit 18 /nYou will receive the following if your EPAF was successfully submitted : you will notice a section on errors and w arning s. If you have any message types that are fierror,fl then your EPAF was not submitted and you must fix the errors, save the form, and resubmit i t. Warning messages are ok; this form was submitted. 19 /nSince this EPAF is fo r a contract (salaried) employee , you must now go and approve the form before it goes to the intermediate authority. From the EPAF Main Menu, click on EPAF Approver Summary (should you ever forget this step, you will receive an email reminding you from epafadmin@suu.edu ) 20 /nYou will see all EPAFs that are waiting for your approval. You can see the new job EPAF for Michael below. To approve the form , click on Michael™ s name , taking you to a job summary. 21 /nYou will see a complete summary of the form. Review the informati on then click on Approve. If changes need to be made, click on return for correction and it will be sent back to you for updating. 22 /nNow let™s do a supplemental overload teaching contract position ( OVT 999). Do the employee search (explain ed on pages 4 -8 of this packet). Change the query date to the first day of the month and select the fiCreate a new Supplemental Overload Teaching Contract , OVTNEW fl and hit Go. Overload Teaching Classification Note: If a faculty or staff member is teaching a class (coordinated with a CRN) above or outside their normal workload, then they can receive supplemental overload pay. These are the people whom you do this type of EPAF for. 23 /nTo create a new position, we need to determine the next suffix number to use. To do this, we need to see what other OVT 999 jobs Lindsay ™s had on campus. You can see that she has two open positions currently on campus, neither teaching overloads . To see all of h er previous positions, click on the All J obs link. 24 /nYou can see that Lindsay has had several positions since 2004. Overload pay will never require I9 recertification as only active benefit -eligible employees receive this type of contract & pay . We can s ee that she has never gotten an overload teaching contract before, so we™ll use OVT999 for the position and 00 (the first suffix number). Thus, his new overload contract will have the position of OVT 999 and a suffix of 0 0. Type in the position number: Reminder: ALL overload teaching positions will have the position # of OVT999 . The suffix # will be unique for the position. OVT999 is a pooled position (more than one person can use the position #). Thus, many employees can have the OVT999 -00 but an individual employ ee can only have one OVT999 -00, one OVT999 -01, etc. Note: With the release of Banner 8, this screen format is new. You may experience some issues with the screen flashing when your cursor goes over the position & suffix number boxes . While a bit obnoxious, this is normal. 25 /nYou will notice as you began typing in the position & suffix that the all jobs summary disappears. Type in the full position & suffix numbers (it helps to place your cursor in the position number b ox while typing in the fields) , verify that the select bubble is checked for the new job, then hit Go. Note: When you type in the position number, the system will automatically generate a temporary title and time sheet organization. These are defaults that you will override on the following screens. 26 /nYou will be brought to this screen . The first thing to do is check that the correct position & suffix number populated from the previous screen . If they have not, go back and recomplete the last print shot. Since the contract is new, there are several fields you need to complete. A summary of each field is given below. Once you have put in these fields, click on save. Found above Œ done via a query of past jobs. Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! ) Total Amount Paid for Class ORG # the department uses to approve time Position & Suffix Number Pay start date (see above) Class Title & Section Being Taught Course # (Registra r) Instructional Credit Hours of Class 27 /n Our screen for Lindsay™s overload contract will look like this once you save it. This is only the first section of the fo rm. DO NOT SUBMIT AT THIS TIME ! 28 /nScroll down on the pag e and you™ll see the accounting & earnings of the contract as well as the end date for the contract. The form will show default account 000100 90300 60. THIS IS NOT YOUR ACCOUNT. You will overrid e the default account with your own department account as shown and click on save again. You will also complete the earnings information about how payment will be broken out and put in a termination date for the contract as shown below . Click on Save a nd Add New R ows after you have completed all the fields on this page. Account Number information for the position Pay start date (this is NOT th e day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Cheat Sheet for Overload Teaching Termin ations: Fall Semester = December 15 Spring Semester = May 15 Summer Semester = varies based on session, but posted online and given prior to. Termination dates apply to the PAY, not the actual time the teaching stopped. Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Mark OVT if payment is broken out over multiple pay periods; Mark OVE if payment is only in one pay period Put 1 here Use Contract EPAF Payroll Calculator http://suu.edu/ad/hr/payroll.html 29 /nScroll down to the bottom of the page and there a re 3 departmental approvals (initiating, intermediate, and Administrative). All of the contract EPAFs will require the originator/initiating authority to save, submit, and approve the form before it goes to the intermediate aut hority. There is also a co mment box. You must include days of service here (first day & last day worked, longer description, etc). It also shows who created the form and has a place to submit the form. If you have completed all the fields, you click save, then submit . If you are doing an overload for someone that does not work in your area, their immediate supervisor must approve the EPAF . You have to manually add them into the routing queue. You do this by selecting a new 15 (INTMED) approval level, and finding their user name. They need to Approve for required action. After adding the information, hit save, then you can submit the form. Submit 30 /nYou will receive the following if your EPAF was successfully submitted: you will notice a section on errors and wa rnings. If you have any message types that are fierror,fl then your EPAF was not submitted and you must fix the errors, save the form, and resubmit it. Warning messages are ok; this form was submitted. 31 /nSince this EPAF is for a contract (salaried) e mployee, you must now go and approve the form before it goes to the intermediate authority. From the EPAF Main Menu, click on EPAF Approver Summary (should you ever forget this step, you will receive an email reminding you from epafadmin@suu.edu ) 32 /nYou will see all EPAFs that are waiting for your approval. You can see the new job EPAF for Lindsay below. To approve the form, click on Lindsay ™s name, taking you to a job summary. 33 /nYou wi ll see a complete summary of the form. Review the information then click on Approve. If changes need to be made, click on return for correction and it will be sent back to you for updating. 34 /nNow let™s do a supplemental overload non -teaching contract position ( OVN 999). Do the employee search (explained on pages 4 -8 of this packet). Change the query date to the first day of the month and select the fiCreate a new Supplemental Overload Non -Teaching Contract , OVNNEW fl and hit Go. Overload Non -Teaching Classification Note: If a faculty or staff member is doing work above or outside their normal workload that is NOT teaching a class, then they can receive supplemental overload pay. These are the people whom you do this type of EPAF for. 35 /nTo create a new position, we need to determine the next suffix number to use. To do this, we need to see what other OV N999 jobs Lindsay™s had on campus. You can see that she has two open positions currently on campus, one is an overload non -teaching . To s ee all of her pr evious positions, click on the All J obs link. 36 /nYou can see that Lindsay has had several positions since 2004. Overload pay will never require I9 recertification as only active benefit -eligible employees receive this type of contract & pay. To give her a new OVN999 position, we need to use the next suffix number after 01 (since 01 was the last OVN999 suffix being used), which would be 02. Thus, his new overload non -teaching position will have the position of OVN999 and a suffix of 02. Type in the position number : Reminder: ALL overload non -teaching positions will have the position # of OVN999 . The suffix # will be unique for the position. OVN999 is a pooled position (more than one person can use the position #). Thus, many employees can have the OVN999 -00 but an individual employee can only have one OVN999 -00, one OVN999 -01, etc. Note: With the release of Banner 8, this screen format is new. You may experience some issues with the screen flashing when your cursor goes over the position & suffix number boxes . While a bit obnoxious, this is normal. 37 /nYou will notice as you began typing in the position & suffix that the all jobs summary disappears. Type in the full position & suffix numbers (it helps to place your cursor in the position number box while typing in the fields) , verify that the select bubble is che cked for the new job, then hit Go. Note: When you type in the position number, the system will automatically generate a temporary title and time sheet organization. These are defaults that you will override on the following screens. 38 /nYou will be brought to this screen . The first thing to do is check that the correct position & suffix number populated from the previous screen . If they have not, go back and recomplete the last print shot. Since the contract is new, there are several fields you need to complete. A sum mary of each field is given below. Once you have put in these fields, click on save. Found above Œ done via a query of past jobs. Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! ) Total Amount Paid for Contract ORG # of where the contract is paid from Position & Suffix Number Pay start date (see above) Brief Job Title 39 /n Our screen for Lindsay™s overload contract will look like this once you save it. This is only the first section of the fo rm. DO NOT SUBMIT AT THIS TIME ! 40 /nScroll down on the page and you™ll see the accounting & earnings of the contract as well as the end date for the contract. The form will show default account 000100 90300 60. THIS IS NOT YOUR ACCOUNT. You will override the default account with your own department account as shown and click on save again. You will also complete the earnings information about how payment will be broken out and put in a termination date for the co ntract as shown below. Click on save and add new rows after you have compl eted all the fields on this page. Account Number information for the position Pay start date (this is NOT the day they start teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Cheat Sheet for Overload Non -Teaching Terminations: This date should always be the 15 th or last day of the month. It should correspond with the last day of the payroll where the last actual work day was. For exampl e, here the last day of work for Lindsay was Wednesday, January 13 th. Thus, January 15 th is the end date I put here. Termination dates apply to the PAY, not the actual time the work stopped. Pay start date (this is NOT the day they sta rt teaching Œ it™s the first day of the payroll where pay begins! Mark OVT if payment is broken out over multiple pay periods; Mark OVE if payment is only in one pay period Put 1 here Use Contract EPAF Payroll Calculator http://suu.edu/ad/hr/payroll.html 41 /nScroll down to the bottom of the page and there are 3 departmental approvals (initiating, intermediate, and Administrative). All of the contract EPAFs will require the originator/initiating authority to save, submit, and approve the form before it goes t o the intermediate authority. There is also a comment box. You must include days of service here (first day & last day worked, longer description, etc). It also shows who created the form and has a place to submit the form. If you have completed all the fields, you click save, then submit. *If you are doing an overload for someone that does not work in your area, their immediate supervisor must approve the EPAF . You have to manually add them into the routing queue. You do this by selecting a new 15 (INTMED) approval level, and finding their user name. They need to Approve for required action. After adding the information, hit save, then you can submit the form. 42 /nYou will receive the following if your EPAF was successfully submitted: you wil l notice a section on errors and warnings. If you have any message types that are fierror,fl then your EPAF was not submitted and you must fix the errors, save the form, and resubmit it. Warning messages are ok; this form was submitted. 43 /nSince this EPAF is for a contract (salaried) employee, you must now go and approve the form before it goes to the intermediate authority . From the EPAF Main Menu, click on EPAF Approver Summary (should you ever forget this step, you will receive an email reminding you from epafadmin@suu.edu ) 44 /nYou will see all EPAFs that are waiting for your approval. You can see the new job EPAF for Lindsay below. To approve the form, click on Lindsay™s name, taking you to a job summary. 45 /nYou will see a complete summary of the form. Review the information then click on Approve. If changes need to be made, click on return for correction and it will be sent back to you for updating. 46 /nIn addition to being able to create and submit new hourly forms and changes, you will also have access to various history and tracking options prev iously unavailable in the paper format. Employers will be able to see where the form is during the approval process and will be able to view previou sly submitted forms for up to 2 years after the form was submitted for approval. Below is a tutorial on these new functionalities. To see where a form is in the approval process. Fr om the EPAF main menu, click on EPAF Originator Summary . 47 /nThis screen will show any current forms you are working on but have not submitted. To see forms already submitted, click on History. 48 /nThis screen shows all the forms you™ve submitted for approval in the last 30 months. Let™s see where Amy Humphries™ position is. Click on her name. 49 /nOnce on the next screen, scroll down to the bottom and you will see a summary and the approval queue. You can see that the form is waiting to be approved by the intermediate authority. They will have received an email to approve the form, but now you can track exactly where the form is. 50 /n

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