State of Alaska

Department of Administration

Division of Finance

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1099 Training

This class provides an overview on 1099 reporting and how it affects state agencies.

We encourage your agency's 1099 contact to attend this training as well as anyone else who can benefit from the training, such as Finance Officers, Accounts Payable staff, and certifiers.

This class will look at:

  • Vendor Records & 1099 Reporting
  • 1099 Reference Material
  • Agencies Role in 1099 Reporting
  • 1099 Timeline
  • 1099 Misc Stats
  • Common Account Code Errors
  • Who to Contact for 1099 Reporting Questions
  • What's New for Tax Year 2011

AKSAS: Introduction

This is a independent study course available in LearnAlaska that provides a general overview of the Alaska Statewide Accounting System (AKSAS).

Offering this class online enables greater convenience, for a broader audience. It is expected to take up to 7 hours for completion, and can be done in segments, at the studentís convenience.

It covers AKSAS structures, the fully qualified account, and all inquiry functions. The student will receive hands-on training for Warrant Inquiry, Vendor Inquiry, Open Item Inquiry, Entity Inquiry, and an introduction to the Online Audit Trail. This class does not cover data entry or the AutoPay subsystem.

AKSAS: Management Reporting

This class is provided by the Accounting Services section within the Division of Finance. It is offered from February through August. When classes have been scheduled they are available for registration. These classes will be posted at the link below.

The class covers the online reporting features of the Alaska Statewide Accounting System (AKSAS). If your job requires you to have a substantial understanding of the online reporting features of AKSAS, or if you need to be able to design custom online management reports for specific or specialized reporting, this class is for you. This class is presented as a one day or two half-day sessions. Before you take this class, you should be familiar with AKSAS Structures, the Fully Qualified Account, and Online Inquiry.

ALDER 100: Report Viewers Training

This is a independent study course available in LearnAlaska intended for Report Viewers.

Offering this class online enables greater convenience, for a broader audience. It is expected to take up to 7 hours for completion.

Students will learn about, and view, available ALDER enterprise and department reports, and how to organize, manage, and distribute reports. The objective of this class is to learn how to use ALDER, and does not focus on database content.

ALDER 101: Interactive Users Training

This is a independent study course available in LearnAlaska intended for Interactive Users.

Offering this class online enables greater convenience, for a broader audience. It is expected to take up to 11 hours for completion.

Students will learn how to view and manipulate available ALDER enterprise and department reports; organize, enhance, manage, and distribute reports; and customize their ALDER InfoView portal. The objective of this class is to learn how to use ALDER, and to enhance the basic userís abilities and knowledge of this reporting database.

ALDER 201: Report Developers Training

This class is provided by the Accounting Services section within the Division of Finance. It is offered from February through August. When classes have been scheduled your Finance Officer will be notified.

The objective of this class is to learn how to use ALDER and the universe to build or enhance reports. A two-day course intended for Report Developers and Agency Advocates who will learn how to create new reports utilizing templates, create agency specific ad-hoc reports, modify existing report queries and formats, and find and use information in the ALDER universe. Classes will be scheduled on an as-needed basis.

AutoPay

This half day course is a hands-on detailed explanation of the AutoPay system. The course is designed for employees new to AutoPay or those needing a refresher course on the individual screens used, and a working knowledge of how the AutoPay system operates. It is recommended that the attendee have some knowledge of, or training in AKSAS. This class would be useful for employees with inquiry only, reconciliation only, or full access to the system.

Students will learn how to be more accurate, efficient and timely in their processing of charge transactions.