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Unformatted text preview: BLUEBOOK REQUIREMENTS EI Toolkit Last validated: November 2003 Page 1 of 808 EITK0604 BLUEBOOK REQUIREMENTS FFMIA - Bluebook Requirements (Sample) Resp. BB# Ref # Chapter Title / Description REF FROM JFMIP Reference 1999 CHAP 01 GENERAL LEDGER Merritt 1 01.01.01 X CF-18, CF-20 GLA-01 1 Merritt 2 01.01.02 1 Merritt 3 01.01.04 CF-19 GLA-02 1 Merritt 4 01.01.05 "DoDFMR," Volume 01, Chapter 07, 070503 1 F F M I A NEW JFMIP Reference 2002 CHAPT ER The system must use a chart of accounts consistent with the basic numbering structure and account titles provided in the U.S. SGL. Note: DoD organizations are responsible for implementing the U.S. SGL in their financial FFMIA of 1996 (P.L. 104.208); JFMIP SR-99-4, 19; OMB Circular A-127, 7C; "DoDFMR," Volume 01, Chapter 07, 070401; The system must be able to record financial events throughout the financial management system applying the requirements of the U.S. SGL at the transaction level. The system must also ensure that (1) data in financial reports is consistent with the U. S. SGL; (2) transactions recorded are consistent with U.S. SGL posting rules; and (3) supporting transaction detail for U.S. SGL accounts is readily available. OMB Circular A-127, 7C.; I TFM S2-00-01I TFM S2-01-01 The system must include both proprietary and budgetary accounts, maintain the relationship between accounts as described in the U.S. SGL, and ensure that the proprietary and budgetary accounts are self-balancing within themselves. JFMIP SR-99-4, 19; "DoDFMR," Volume 01, Chapter 07, 070201 The system's set of accounts (U.S. SGL "4000" series of accounts) must cover the appropriation, reimbursement, apportionment, allocation, commitment, obligation, and expenditure processes. BLUEBOOK REQUIREMENTS EI Toolkit Last validated: November 2003 Page 2 of 808 EITK0604 Resp. BB# Ref # Chapter Title / Description REF FROM JFMIP Reference 1999 CHAP F F M I A NEW JFMIP Reference 2002 Merritt 5 01.01.06 OMB Circular A-127, 7A 1 Merritt 6 01.01.07 JFMIP SR-99-4, 17 CF-02 CFA-03 1 Merritt 7 01.01.08 CF-03 CFA-04 1 Merritt 8 01.01.09 "DoDFMR," Volume 01, Chapter 02, 1D 1 Merritt 9 01.01.10 JFMIP SR-99-4, 19 CF-21 GLA-03 1 Merritt 10 01.01.11 SGL-14 GLA-03 1 The system design must reflect an agency-wide financial information classification structure that is consistent with the U.S. SGL, provide tracking of specific program expenditures, and cover financial and financially related information. The system must be able to achieve consistency in budget and accounting classifications and synchronization between those classifications and organizational structure. Consistency will include maintaining data relationships between budget formulation account code classifications (budget accounts published in the President's budget), budget execution and accounting classifications (appropriation fund symbols published in the Treasury annual report appendix and other Treasury publications), and the agency's organizational structure (the group and/or individuals who have...
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