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R12 Overview for Federal Customer Advisory Board (CAB)
December 3, 2008
Scott Trivett, Applications Specialist
Kevin Morgan, Sales Consulting Manager
Agenda
Four Key R12 Features for Federal Customers
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Subledger Accounting (SLA)
Multi-Org Access Control (MOAC)
Multiple Ledgers
New Procurement Capabilities
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SubLedger Accounting
R12 – Sub Ledger Accounting (SLA)
• What is SLA ?
An evolutionary way to configure Oracle Financials to perform
transaction accounting and associated general ledger updates
based on an extremely wide range of processing parameters
and transaction attributes
SLA eliminates the use of Transaction Codes (TCs) to derive
transaction debits and credits and provides more control for an
agency’s accounting operations staff to define their own
specific transaction posting rules and address their unique
accounting needs
Provides more posting flexibility and
improves accounting data integrity
R12 – Sub Ledger Accounting (SLA)
Ledger
Agency ACS
Mgmt Rules
Federal Calendar
USD
Dr
Cr
Subledger
Accounting
Payables Invoice
• What is SLA ?
• SLA encompasses a set of highly configurable
options that are defined in a cascading
manner to allow agencies to address their own
unique accounting posting needs
• These configurations are then leveraged when
subledger transactions are processed in
Oracle Financials
Overview of hierarchy of key SLA configurations
Ledger
Define primary ledger
for postings and other
secondary ledgers as needed
Subledger
Accounting Method (SLAM)
Define one SLAM per ledger
to link all relevant AADs
Application
Accounting Definition
Journal
Line Definition
Define one AAD per subledger
(e.g., AP, AR, PO) to bring together all
relevant Journal Line Definitions
Associate with an Event Class (e.g., Invoice)
and Event Type (e.g., Validate, Cancel)
Account
Derivation Rule
Journal
Line Type
Account Code
Structure Value Rules
DR/CR
Definitions
Detailed posting
logic is derived
from these three
setup options
“Bottom Up” configuration drives accounting in R12
R12 - SLA
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One of the most powerful features is the ability to define
Account Derivation Rules
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These rules enable agencies to define very specific and precise
conditions to determine the values of the USSGL and other
segments in the Account Code Structure
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EXAMPLE:
• We can now define a very precise rule to derive the USSGL
account value for a transaction based on other associated
attributes such as funds category and fund expiration status
This Rule derives the allotment
account based on values associated
with Fund Category and Fund
Expiration Status (as noted in the
Conditions)
These Conditions would be
different for each allotment
account (461002, 462002 and
465002) shown here
R12 - SLA
• What are the major differences between Oracle Applications R12
and R11i in terms of accounting configurations and postings?
• Setup rules for configuring accounting postings are consolidated and
are more consistent for each module
• There are no Transaction Codes (TCs) in R12
• New Drilldown queries
• Enables users to drill from a subledger transaction to the
accounting entries (debits and credits) that are associated with the
transaction
• System provides multiple processing options (Draft, Final and Final
Post) to allow agencies to review and verify accounting results,
especially when initially configuring the system, to ensure accurate
general ledger postings
Simplifies initial set-up and on-going system configuration process
Why is SLA Good For Federal Agencies?
• Consolidates the set-up of the accounting configuration in
Oracle Applications
• Eliminates the need for users to know accounting and
transaction code values at transaction time
• Directly reduces margin for error due to incorrect usage of
accounts
• Handles any and all transaction debits and credits
including Prior Year Accounting (PYA)
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Multi-Org
Access Control
MOAC: Multi-Org Access Control
Role based access to Operating Units
Perform multiple tasks across operating units
without changing responsibilities
HQ
Component 1
Component 2
Legal Entity
Legal Entity
Legal Entity
HQ
Component 1
Component 2
Operating Unit
Operating Unit
Operating Unit
Responsibility
SingleResponsibility
Responsibility
Responsibility
Functional Tasks
 Journal Entries
 Requisitions & Purchase
Orders
 Receiving
 Invoice Receipt,
Disbursement,
InterAgency
 Customer Data
Management
 Accounting Setup
MOAC In Action
Operating Unit is a
parameter to perform
transaction entry,
execute inquiries and
run reports
Why is MOAC Good For Federal
Agencies?
• One Responsibility can access all, some or a single
Operating Unit
• Sets the Stage for True Shared Services Operations
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Multiple Ledgers
Ledger
One Repository of Official Financial Record
Ledger
USSGL
Agency
Fed Calendar
USD
Implements the 4 C’s:
ACcounting Method
Chart of Accounts
Calendar
Currency
Fund Balance at Org A (COA)
is 10.2B USD (Currency)
on Sept 30, 2008 (Calendar)
according to Agency definitions (ACcounting Method)
Multiple Accounting Representations
Compliance: Agency and CGAC
Agency
Agency Rules
Agency
Rules
Agency
COA
Agency
COA
Fed
Calendar
Fed Calendar
CGAC
CGAC Rules
CGAC COA
Fed Calendar
USD
USD
USD
Dr
Cr
Subledger
Accounting
Payables Invoice
Single subledger
transaction
can create multiple
accounting
representations
and in multiple
currencies
Why are Multiple Ledgers Good For Federal
Agencies?
• Enables agencies to continue operating with their
traditional ACS and associated ledger – And, also allows
agencies to define other ledgers to reflect changing
requirements (such as CGAC) or agency reorganizations
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Procurement
Advanced Procurement R12
The Procurement Professional’s Release –
Summary of Key Features
• Unified work-center for all procurement
responsibilities
• Improved support for complex goods-and-services
• Position Hierarchy Approvals
Professional Buyer’s Work Center
Command and control for the procurement professional
• Multi-Org Access
• Reduced pop-ups and
duplicate screens
• Re-designed and
streamlined entire workflows
• Reduced the number of
steps to complete key tasks
• Improved overall look & feel
and visual style
• Increased personalization
capabilities
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‘Review Changes’
enables you to review
each change in detail
After review, changes
are either accepted
or rejected
Added, Updated and
Deleted clauses are
clearly marked
Procurement for Complex Services
Procure to Pay Support for Complex Payments
Request for Service
Source
Author Contract
Advance Payment
Track Progress
Process Payment
Define Progress
Milestones and
Associated Payments
Procurement for Complex Services
Define Progress Payment Schedule
Capture Progress Payment Schedule
• Flexible Progress Payments - Rate, Lump sum & Milestone Pay Items
• Work Confirmations, to include integration with Accounts Payable to
generate invoices
• Increased integration with iSupplier Portal
R12 Cameo Demos
- Invoice Workbench
- Subledger Accounting
- Procurement Buyers Workbench
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