CPATH

FY22 Capital Spending Plan (CSP)

July 15, 2021

The FY22 CSP is available in CPATH. It will not be considered “Corporation Authorized”, but instead is designated as “Preliminary FY22 CSP”, until authorized by the Corporation in late September.

Requests for approval received during the summer will be delegated to the Provost and Executive Vice President (EVP), acting jointly and in consultation with the President and with departments within Central Administration (CADM).

FINDINI 4.0.18 Release - Upcoming December System Outage for Oracle Financials Systems

December 7, 2020

The Fall 2020 FINDINI 4.0.18 release will be available to users on December 14. Please continue to review updated release messages and outage information posted in the November and December e-News articles, on the Oracle Financial splash pages, and on the HUIT Oracle Financial Systems website.

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FINDINI 4.0.18 Release - Upcoming December System Outage for Oracle Financials Systems

November 13, 2020

The Fall 2020 FINDINI 4.0.18 release will be available to users on December 14. Please continue to review updated release messages and outage information posted in the November and December e-News articles, on the Oracle Financial splash pages, and on the HUIT Oracle Financial Systems website.

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FY20 Capital Spending Plan

July 11, 2019

The information from the FY20 Capital Spending Plan is available in CPATH including identification of any large FY20 projects and spending amounts authorized by the Corporation for next steps. The CAPS project approval system reopened today (July 11th.). CAPS forms (PP, CA, CCR) submitted to CADM during the blackout period will now be available to CADM for action.

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FY21-25 Multi-Year Capital Plan (MYCP)

July 11, 2019

The FY21-25 capital plans should be submitted in CPATH by August 30th.  Material changes to the submissions and final capital plan narratives should be submitted to CAPS no later than October 4th.  More information, including the narrative templates, will be communicated in the next several weeks.

FY21-25 Multi-Year Capital Plan (MYCP)

June 13, 2019

Please be aware of these dates:

  • The FY21-25 multi-year capital plans should be submitted in CPATH by August 30th; the data from the August 30th MYCP submission will be pre-populated in the Multi-Year Financial Plans (MYFP) by OFSP. Adjustments can be made through October 4th; however, the final capital spending amount reported in CPATH as of October 4th must agree with the amounts in the MYFP.
  • Please ensure the out years of the MYCP (FY24 and FY25) reflect anticipated spending; if projects are not yet identified, it is recommended that placeholders be used.
  • MYCP narratives are due to CAPS by October 11th. Narrative template will be distributed in the next few weeks. Questions will be similar to last year.
  • FY21-25 Capital Plan Guidelines will be posted to the CAPS website within the next few weeks.

Please contact a member of the FAD Capital Panning and Project Services team with any questions or send an email to the CAPS Office (caps@harvard.edu).

FY20 Capital Spending Plan Submission

January 10, 2019

The FY20 capital spending plan submissions will be due using CPATH by end of day on Friday, February 15, 2019. Also, responses to the Capital Spending Plan Narrative Update questions should be submitted; these have been included with the FY20 Budget Guidelines and Narratives distributed by Office of Financial Strategy and Planning (OFSP). CAPS will obtain your responses from OFSP when you submit the narrative to them.

 

FCI calculations will not be part of the FY20 capital spending plan submission.  Retrospective building FCI’s will be done in the fall as part of the prior year review and multi-year capital planning efforts.  It is recommended that the automated FCA tool be updated regularly, but especially at the completion of each fiscal year.... Read more about FY20 Capital Spending Plan Submission