- Asset Management
- Budget & Commitment Control
- Budget Checking
- Distance Learning
- Human Subject Payments
- Hyperion Budgeting
- Journal Entry
- Managerial Budgets
- myUF Payment Solutions
- Paying Suppliers (for DSOs)
- Requesting UF Budgets for Support Units
- Travel and Expense
- Careers at UF
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- Effort Reporting
- Faculty Search Committee
- Foreign Nationals
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- Hiring and Additional Pay
- Job and Position Actions
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- Course Catalog
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- Course Transfer Evaluation (Undergraduate)
- Degree Certification
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- Non-Degree Approval
- Service Indicators
- Student Financials
- Student Groups
- Student Program/Plan
- Student Services Center
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Asset Management Services
Refer to this toolkit when purchasing and researching assets in the myUFL system. Purchasing equipment, software, books and furniture for UF Departments requires additional information entry into myUFL because many of these items qualify as assets owned by the University. Assets become decaled and asset tracking at UF is done using hand-held scanners that read bar codes from UF Property decals.
Department Accountable Officers may use the simulations in this module to research assets in myUFL to verify information in their department’s inventory.
You may notice the navigation in myUFL is different than what is shown in these training resources. Rest assured, these changes are primarily look and feel differences. All policies and procedures discussed in these materials are accurate and up to date. Training materials will be updated to reflect the new look and menu of myUFL.
Inventory App PDF
Applying Decals to Capital Assets and Attractive Property PDF
Submit a Help Request PDF
To register for online courses in myTraining, navigate to mytraining.hr.ufl.edu. From the myTraining Dashboard, you can search for courses using the Activity Search field in the upper left hand corner. Just type the course name, course ID or a keyword and then click Search.
After you’ve registered for training, your current enrollments display in the Training list found on the Dashboard page. To begin an online course, click the green Start button.
You can also access myTraining from myUFL using the following navigation:
Main Menu > My Self Service > Training and Development > myTraining
GET039: MyAsset 3.0 Overview
This overview introduces the myAssets 3.0 property system and iOS inventory application to Property Custodians and Contacts. Property Custodians and Contacts will use the newly updated myAssets 3.0 and iOS application to manage their capital assets, attractive property, and federal property. Updates include a new look, improved speed and functionality, improved process flow, mobile application, ability to self-schedule surplus pick-ups, dashboard, additional reporting options, and much more. View a PDF of the presentation here:
PST120: Asset Management—Purchasing and Acquisition of Assets
This hands-on session is for individuals who create requisitions and receive assets for their department. In this hands-on workshop participants will:
- Identify what is property and what is an asset
- Review the requisition process for assets
- Receive assets
- Locate a voucher for an asset
- Review of leased property and property management procedures
- Learn how to research an asset
Completing “PST501 Property 101” is required prior to attending this course. Attendance at “PST073: Introduction to in myUF Market” is strongly recommended prior to attending this course.
PST501: Property 101
This course is designed to provide all UF employees with basic knowledge of how to identify and responsibly manage capital assets and attractive property at the University of Florida. After completing this course, participants will be able to:
- Explain the differences between assets and property
- Identify the different decals UF uses to identify and track department assets and attractive items
- Summarize the responsibilities different individuals/groups have for managing and tracking property
- Explain the importance of identifying and tracking property
- Outline procedures for managing and tracking property
- Determine what surplus property is, locate and use the UF Surplus Warehouse, and describe how users are authorized
- List some resources they can access for assistance with property management
In this course, participants will complete an overview of the myAssets property system upgrade as of July 2013, designed for departmental property contacts to control their department inventory. The course shows how to obtain a listing of department assets and submit property status change requests to Asset Management, including updating property, completing inventory, creating reports of survey, and requesting surplus equipment pickup. The course also discusses inventory policy and explains workflow of requests to department approvers and Asset Management for final approval and processing in myUFL. If you have already taken PST501 my Assets before the upgrade, register for PST502 and take the Fast Track to learn about the new features in the upgrade. Select the session, “0009-Online” when registering.
Completing “PST501 Property 101” is required prior to attending this course.
PST503 Asset Custodian Tutorial
In this course, participants will complete an overview of the duties and responsibilities of UF departmental asset property custodians. The tutorial explains types of assets at UF, attractive items, UF inventory policy, safeguarding, care, and surveying of equipment, and resources to manage department inventory and approve changes to property records submitted by the department contact in the myAssets online system.
Completing “PST501 Property 101” is required prior to attending this course.
PST967 myUF Payments for Reviewers
This interactive session reviews the topics and skills necessary to review invoices in the myUF Payment Solutions system. This course is required for employees requesting the UF_AP_Reviewer role, which enables users to find existing vouchers, annotate invoice images, route invoices to users, add supporting docs to invoices and vouchers, and view suppliers.
PST970 myUF Payments for Approvers
This interactive session reviews the topics and skills necessary to approve invoices in the myUF Payment Solutions system. This course (along with PST956 Online Journal Entry) is required for employees requesting the UF_AP_Approver security role, which enables users to find existing vouchers, annotate invoice images, route invoices to users, view suppliers, add GL allocations to invoices, approve invoices for payments, enter check requests for unencumbered payments, amend ChartFields and budget check vouchers, add supporting docs to invoices and vouchers, create expense journals, and submit vouchers for payment.
Lists and descriptions of all UF security roles may be found on the Identity & Access Management website.
- To shop for an asset(s) in myUF Market, if you are permanent staff or faculty you automatically have the role UF_N_MKT_Shopper and may shop in myUF Market; for non-permanent staff or faculty, obtain the role UF_N_MKT_Shopper_Req
- To create a requisition for purchase, obtain the role UF_N_MKT_Requestor to place orders in myUF Market
- To receive a purchased item, obtain the role UF_PO_RECEIVER to receive items in myUF
- For performing reviewer functions for assets in myUF Payment Solutions, obtain the UF_AP_Reviewer role
- For performing approver functions for assets in myUF Payment Solutions, obtain the UF_AP_Approver role
- To view Asset Management Images – listed on the user’s Administrative Menu – obtain the role UF_N_AM_IMAGING_VIEW
- To process vouchers, obtain the role UF_AP_VOUCHER_PROCESSOR (DSOs only)
- To see the Basic Add screen, obtain the role UF_FI_UNIVERSAL_INQUIRY
- UF Directives and Procedures for Asset Management
- For information on the ECCN (Export Control Classification Number) used in purchasing an asset that will leave the country or be used outside of the US, such as a laptop computer, and policy, please visit the Division of Sponsored Research’s web site.
UF Asset Management website
Phone (352) 392-2556
Fax (352) 392-4587
Address: 116 Elmore Hall