2013-14 FS Training Session PowerPoint Presentation

Report
Information Session for School
Boards and External Auditors
Financial Analysis and Accountability Branch
Fall 2014
EFIS 2.0
OnSIS
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Overview
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The Ministry had informed school boards in Memorandum 2014: SB17
that the previous Enrolment Review process is discontinued and
enrolment data from OnSIS will be loaded directly into EFIS 2.0.
Boards should review that enrolment data is properly reflected in
OnSIS.
OnSIS data will be loaded into EFIS 2.0 on a nightly basis until
September 30, 2014. Any changes in the OnSIS data made by the
boards will be reflected in EFIS 2.0 by noon of the next business day.
In the Financial Statements reporting cycle, an additional folder
“OnSIS Data” will be available.
For schools in different locations but running the same programs
(same BSID), School Boards can allocate enrolment to the individual
facilities.
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Task List
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There is a new folder on
the Task List, “OnSIS
Data”, for reviewing
enrolment data that has
been loaded from OnSIS.
The items within this folder
are: Loaded Enrolment
Data, Ministry Adjustment
– Input and OnSIS
Enrolment Data Review
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Loaded Enrolment Data
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Loaded Enrolment Data – this folder has two forms, Elementary and
Secondary, each with multiple tabs for type of enrolment data.
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Loaded Elementary Enrolment
• There is a tab for each entity (JK, SK, Gr. 1to3, Gr.4to8,
Government of Canada, Visa, Other, ESL, FSL, NL)
• Each tab contains enrolment data by facility for October and
March.
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Loaded Secondary Enrolment
• There is a tab for each entity; Gr.9 to 12, Gr. 12-High Credit,
Gr.9to 12(21 and over), Government of Canada, Government of
Canada(21 and over), Visa, Visa(21 and over), Other, Other(21
and over), ESL, FSL, NL, Native Studies, PLAR
• Each tab contains enrolment data by facility for October and
March.
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Enrolment for school running multiple programs
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When a facility has multiple programs (i.e. different BSIDs), the Ministry will
group the enrolment under all these BSIDs and report the enrolment under
this facility
The Ministry will pre-populate the BSIDs of the programs that are run in that
facility in the column “ONSIS Child BSIDs” which is at the far right hand side
of the loaded forms.
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Ministry Adjustment - Input
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Only Ministry Admin users and
Finance Officers (FOs) will
have access to this
functionality, however School
Board users will have read
access.
During the cycle the Admin
user’s adjustments will be
applied to all working and draft
versions of the submission
(including FOs). All versions
will then be recalculated using
the adjusted enrolment data.
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Elementary and Secondary Enrolment Adjustment
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The layout of these 2 forms is identical to the previous loaded forms.
Forms show any Ministry adjustments that have been entered to change
the loaded OnSIS data before it is populated into the board’s submission.
Any audit adjustments that are processed after a Ministry enrolment audit,
would be visible on these forms.
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Ministry Adjustment Review Form
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This form shows only the facilities that have been adjusted through the
Ministry adjustment input forms. There are two tabs, one for each panel.
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OnSIS Enrolment Data Review
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This is the final enrolment by facility from OnSIS, after any Ministry
adjustments. This is the data that is reflected in the applicable forms in all
versions in the School Board’s submission: School Level Data, Schedules
12 and 13, Section 3, and Section 18.
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Facility Based Enrolment Distribution Form
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There is an additional form, Facility Based Enrolment Distribution,
which is the first item within the Input folder.
This form allows boards to distribute enrolment between facilities that
share the same BSID, i.e., running the same program such as parent
and annex schools.
The enrolment data from ONSIS is loaded into the facility with the
lower SFIS number.
Unlike the other OnSIS forms, this will change the enrolment
distribution only on the version that is selected at the top of the form.
Only the facilities that share a BSID will be displayed on this form.
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Facility Based Enrolment Distribution Form
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Distributions are required to be zero sum adjustments; otherwise, a validation
rule will be triggered (i.e. error message).
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Facility Based Enrolment Distribution Form
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Distributions are required to be zero sum adjustments; otherwise, a validation
rule will be triggered (i.e. error message).
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EFIS 2.0
Transfer Payment
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EFIS 2.0 Transfer Payment System
• Continue using EFIS 1.0 to access the TP System
– EFIS 1.0 will be available to school boards until the end of March
2015
• EFIS 2.0 will eventually be used to access the TP
System
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EFIS 2.0
TCA Reporting
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TCA Reporting – Overview
Schedule 3C is now separated into three subschedules in EFIS 2.0 (2013-14 F/S)
– Schedule 3C – Tangible Capital Assets – Detail
Data – Input
– Schedule 3C – Tangible Capital Assets – Detail
Data – Validation
– Schedule 3C – Tangible Capital Asset
Continuity Schedule – Input
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TCA - Detail Data - Input
Schedule 3C – Tangible Capital Assets – Detail Data – Input
– Land, Buildings and Land Improvements (including CIP
and Pre- Acquisition) are to be reported on the asset by
asset basis using the Schedule 3C - Detail Data – Input
form
– This replaces previous asset upload process using the
pipe delimited file
– Information reported in the Detail Data Input schedule
will be summarized into the Schedule 3C – Tangible
Capital Assets Continuity Schedule - Input
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TCA – Detail Data Input
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Each individual asset will be reported on a separate row on the detail data
sheet
50 blank rows are provided to add new assets acquired during the period
Each row contains 52 columns which are be broken down into the following
sections:
• Asset Information (Asset Name, Serial Number, Type, Status, SFIS
Number and Address)
• Remaining Service Life
• Cost Information (Gross Book Value Details)
• Accumulated Amortization Details
• Net Book Value Opening and Closing Calculations
• Disposals and Proceeds of Disposition Information
• Construction-In-Progress
• Pre-acquisitions
• Transferred Asset Information
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TCA – Detail Data Input – Con’t
• Asset information is pre-loaded but editable. Boards need to verify
the information and make necessary changes
• Opening balances are pre-loaded and not editable. *** Boards
are requested to verify the pre-populated balances on their
respective forms to ensure the correct closing balances from
the previous year have been brought forward *** Ministry staff
should be notified in case of any errors
• Closing balances are calculated. Note: the calculation for each
closing balance is a sum of all the previous columns. Thus, fields
that are meant to reduce the balances are to be entered as
negative numbers
• Two columns are deleted - School year ID and Doc Set ID
• Some columns have been re-ordered
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Detail Data Input – New Columns
• Ministry Asset ID – An unique identifier for each asset across
the ministry. It includes the Board ID + Asset Serial ID
• Closing Balances – Calculated on an asset level once data is
entered and saved/submitted
• Transfer Between Asset Classes
– boards need to create a new asset with new asset ID and
report the transfer on asset by asset basis in the Detail
Data Input form.
• Transfer to Financial Assets
– boards need to create a new AHFS asset with new asset ID
and report the transfer on asset by asset basis in the Detail
Data Input form
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Detail Data Input – New Columns
• Net Book Value Opening and Closing
• Gain or loss is separated to two columns. On the asset by asset
basis, if it is gain then report in the gain column and if loss, report
in loss column.
• Asset Transferred Link – New field to track where the transferred
assets are flowing. Boards need to enter the new asset’s ID in the
old asset’s Asset Transferred Link column and old asset’s ID in the
new asset’s Asset Transferred Link column
• Fully Transferred Flag – New field to identify assets that have been
completed disposed of or transferred out e.g. into a Financial
Asset. Assets flagged as ‘Y’ under this column with closing Net
Book Values equal to zero will not be loaded into the next year’s
TCA Detail Input form
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Detail Data Input – Launch the Application
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EFIS users will be using the “Submission Input and Query – FS” task list
to enter TCA data  Navigate to Schedule 3C – Tangible Capital Assets
– Detail Data  Input Folder  Launch the TCA Detail Data input web
form:
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Note - The form capturing the detail asset data has a very large amount of data associated with it.
It will take
sometime to load, especially for larger boards to calculate and save. A mid-sized board may take approximately 45
seconds to load. Larger boards will take longer.
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Detail Data Input – Data Entry
• Boards can directly input in the web form but will be slow to update and
save. It is not recommended that boards use web form for data entry
• Smart View can be used to open details but will need to update the
Registry settings – Reference Troubleshooting Guide – page 8
• Recommendation: Easier to open file in Excel and work with data until
data is ready for submission
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Use Export as Spreadsheet instead of Smart View; Extra columns to
the right are used for validation – can hide or delete them
Use ascending serial ID so they will be correctly ordered in next year
Addition / Disposal Source codes should be correctly reflected if
transaction was between GREs
Final file for copy into Smartview MUST be sorted in the order of the
ministry asset ID (i.e. B66176-A000000000007) which is Board ID + the
old Asset Serial Number
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Detail Data - Validation
• The Detail Data – Validation form can be opened concurrently in
Smart View, using a different tab
• Boards cannot enter data directly into the Detail Data – Validation
form
• Data validation and error checks are run on the Asset data when
the data is saved
• Some columns require specific data format. If the format is wrong, it
will generate an error. Cells with errors are highlighted in red
• Check for Data Validation Messages on the upper right hand corner
of the screen
• Corrections can only be made by scrolling back to the Detail Data –
Input form, modifying the data and re-saving the form
• For list of format requirements, refer to the Financial Statement
Instructions
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TCA Continuity Schedule
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Detail data input information is summarized into the TCA Continuity Schedule based on
different asset classes
Information not captured through the detail data input form should be directly entered in
the Continuity schedule
Adjustments to opening balance is for material adjustments only pertaining to prior period
restatements. Minor adjustments should be entered as in-year transactions
Transfer between different asset classes will be summarized on the Continuity Schedule
– Detailed Assets data will be pre-populated on the Continuity Schedule
– Enter transfers to/from other assets directly into the Continuity Schedule
– The total of the transfer b/w asset classes column must net to zero; although the
corresponding column in the detail data input form may not have to net to zero
For pooled assets, if there is either a net gain or net loss on disposal, it should be reported
For non-pooled assets, boards calculate the gain/loss on an asset by asset basis
The total gain and loss has to equal to the Total POD less the Total NBV disposed;
otherwise, an error message will be displayed
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EFIS 2.0
AHFS Reporting
AHFS Reporting – Schedule 3D
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Assets Held For Sale tab
Asset Held For Sale - Details tab
• The first tab is a summary of detailed tab which requires data input on
an asset by asset basis
• Assets are classified as one of the following five asset types:
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Land & Land Improvement with Infinite Lives
Land Improvements
Buildings - 40 years
Other Buildings
Permanently Removed From Service - Buildings - 40 years
• The total under the in year addition column has to equal the net book
value transferred from TCA Detail Data Input / Continuity Schedule
forms
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Schedule 3D – AHFS Detail Tab
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Asset Held for Sale – Details tab contains 13 columns
New columns:
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Gain/Loss is separated into two columns – Gain / Loss on Disposal
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Asset serial ID – Boards need to assign board asset ID to each asset held for sale no matter it is existing
asset or new asset; this information will be used to create the Ministry Asset ID in the future
Asset Transferred Link – similar to Schedule 3C, the column is to track where the asset transfer is
from/to. For any new asset transferred into financial assets, boards need to enter the original TCA Asset
ID in the Financial Asset Transferred Link column and enter the Financial Asset ID in the TCA Asset
Transferred Link column
Asset Held For Sale – Disposal types: C=Complete disposal, P=Partial disposal and N=Not disposed. For
an asset that is completely disposed and has zero closing net book value, it will not be pre-loaded into
the next cycle
Boards need to calculate the gain/loss on an asset by asset basis and report it in the corresponding
column
Additional Expenditure on AHFS
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Any expenditures on the transferred asset before becoming a Financial Asset should be reported on
Schedule 3C and treated as TCA transactions
Expenditure on the existing financial assets are normally expensed. If material, boards need to consult
with their auditors to see whether it qualifies as addition to financial asset
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Questions?
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EFIS 2.0
Tips and Tricks
EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Ensuring business rules are run
– Need to see 2 messages after saving web form
– If the second message is missing, exit the form and choose any
input form and hit the save button to trigger the rule to run, ensure
calculations are done properly.
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Saving error on long web forms
– On long web forms, sometimes clicking the save button does not
seem to initiate anything
– Need to scroll down to the bottom of the form, then back up to the
top, and then hit save
– i.e. Schedule 9, Data Form B, Data Form C
• Smart View time-out error while opening or saving
large data intensive forms (e.g. TCA Details input)
– Follow the EFIS 2.0 Troubleshooting Guide, page 8, to make the
Registry change to your computer to increase the timeout period
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Report/Printing error
– Follow the EFIS 2.0 User Guide, page 8, to set your preferences
for Financial Reporting for the newly released application.
Remember you need to do this once every time you get a new
application for each cycle.
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Report book printing error
– Make sure that board and version are selected for both the Main
and Detail cubes, and then choose “All” to run the report book. A
lot of times the selection on the detail cube is being overlooked.
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Excel
– If you just want a form in Excel but not connected to the
database through Smart View, in the Planning form use
“Tools – Export as Spreadsheet – Open with Microsoft
Excel”.
– This will give you an excel workbook in the same format as
the planning form and the Smart View form.
– You can then work in this Excel workbook and copy to
Smart View when you are happy with the data.
– When exporting input forms, you will likely see a number of
columns that do not contain useful data. Any columns which
contain members starting with “Cur” can be ignored
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Smart View
– “Open in Smart View” button is not working
– Refer to the Troubleshooting Guide, Page 10
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
• Smart View
– Easier copy and pasting into a Smart View sheet:
• Select the Excel Clipboard and set the Options
to either “Show Clipboard Automatically” or
“Collect without showing Clipboard”.
• This will save your clipboard data if you have to
Unprotect the Smart View sheet before you can
paste in your data.
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
How to use two screens:
– For each option, if you input data on one screen, you
will need to refresh data on the other screen to see
the result.
• Option 1 – If you have 2 different browsers (e.g. Firefox,
Internet Explorer 9), log in under different browsers.
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
How to use two screens:
• Option 2 – If you only have one browser, open another
browser session:
– In IE, select File > New session from the menu, then
go to EFIS website and log in
– In Firefox, we are looking into a solution.
• Option 3 – Use Smart View for input and use the web
browser to view result and report
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EFIS 2.0 Tips
The following documents are all accessible
through the FAAB Website:
• EFIS 2.0 User Guide
• EFIS 2.0 Troubleshooting Guide
• EFIS 2.0 System Setup Instructions
• EFIS 2.0 User Registration Instructions
http://faab.edu.gov.on.ca/Financial_Statements.htm
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2013-14 Financial
Statements Changes
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Summary of Changes
– Schedule 5.5
• Transfer of Accumulated Surplus amounts to Committed Sinking
Fund Interest
– Schedule 5.1
• EPO line added
• Deferred Revenue Adjustment column added
• Assets Held for Sale – cell opened for transfer to revenue
– Schedule 9
• All EPO grants included on “Other Ministry of Education Grants” line
– Schedule 12
• PLAR now loaded from OnSIS
– Section 17
• Attendance Recognition
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Schedule 5.5
• Schedule 5.5 – Committed Sinking Fund Interest
– Boards can now transfer accumulated surplus amounts to the Committed Sinking
Fund Interest Earned line, to address shortfalls in interest earned by the sinking
fund asset
– Can be from accumulated surplus opening balance, or from the in-year surplus
– Amounts entered on Schedule 5.5 page 2 will flow to Schedule 5, item 2.8.1
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Schedule 5.1
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Schedule 5.1 – Education Programs – Other (EPO)
– Line 1.7.1 has been added to track EPO grants
– Col. 2 is preloaded with the EPO grants excluding FDK paid to the board in the year
– For details on the loaded EPO grants, boards have access to a file on the EFIS 2.0
system under the Explore > Facilitating Documents > DSB folder. Please refer to the
EFIS 2.0 User Guide, Appendix A, page 135 for instructions on how to access this file.
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Schedule 5.1 – Con’t
• Schedule 5.1 – Deferred Revenue - Adjustment
– A new column is added to report adjustment to deferred revenues
– It should be used when:
• Board had accrued deferred revenues in previous school year which was
flowed in this school year, hence the pre-loaded contribution needed to be
adjusted
• There are underspending in EPO grants which were not re-profiled to next
school year, the amount should be reclassified as payable to the Ministry using
this adjustment.
• Schedule 5.1 – Deferred Revenue – Asset held for sale
– The transfer to revenue cell under Asset held for sale is now opened for input in the
case of the sale ended up with a loss, board can transfer part of the deferred
revenues to cover the loss.
– Please refer to page 81 of the Fall 2011 Training materials on Financial Statements
changes for more details and accounting entries example.
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Schedule 9
• Schedule 9 – Education Programs – Other (EPO)
– Line 2.8 now includes all “Other Ministry of Education Grants”, including EPO
grants, from Schedule 5.1
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Schedule 12
• Schedule 12 – PLAR now loaded from OnSIS
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Section 17
• Section 17 – Other Grants
– Labour Enhancement - Attendance Recognition
• Boards will calculate their funding using the Excel template provided in
Memorandum 2014:SB15, and input this into EFIS
• Ministry will review the template and EFIS submission
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Sick Bank Liability
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Boards are not required to seek another actuarial valuation for their 2013-14 sick bank top-up
liability, but are required to update the sick bank template
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A sick bank top-up liability template was sent to boards as part of the financial statement
instruction package for 2013-14 . This template is the same template that was used in the
prior year.
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This liability will be reported on schedule 10G under “Compensated absences”.
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The boards will be required to update the shaded grey areas of the template. This includes
updating the number of employees who have taken sick days (update column 1 of the
template) and the average daily salary (column 3).
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The probability of using any banked sick days (column 4) and the average number of banked
days taken (column 5) would remain the same as in prior year and the boards should refer to
their prior year’s submitted template, or ask their actuary, to obtain the information for the
current year.
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These templates should be submitted to the following email along with school board’s
financial statements: [email protected]
Accounting For
Contaminated Sites
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Accounting for Contaminated Sites
• New PSAB accounting standard on Liability for
Contaminated Sites (PS 3260).
• Memoranda 2014:B07 and 2014:SB13 sent May 2014.
• Liability recorded if a government (school board) has a
contaminated site that meets certain criteria.
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Recognition Criteria
• A liability for remediation of contaminated sites should be
recognized when, as at the financial reporting date:
(a) an environmental standard exists;
(b) contamination exceeds the environmental standard;
(c) the government is directly responsible or accepts
responsibility;
(d) it is expected that future economic benefits will be given up;
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(e) a reasonable estimate can be made.
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Definition of Contamination
• Contamination - introduction into air, soil, water or
sediment of a chemical, organic or radioactive material
or live organism that exceeds an environmental
standard.
• Contaminated site - substances occur in concentrations
that exceed the maximum acceptable amounts under an
environmental standard.
– Does not include airborne contamination or contaminants in the
earth's atmosphere unless such contaminants have been
introduced into soil, water bodies or sediment.
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Environmental Standard
• Generally a statute, regulation, by-law, order, permit,
contract or agreement.
– legally enforceable and binding.
– compliance is mandatory.
– breaches enforceable through prosecution, fines, jail, order, loss
of permit or through administrative proceedings.
• May be created by internal government policy or by
guidelines developed by organizations external to the
government.
– voluntary compliance create a liability.
– requires professional judgment.
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Scope
• A liability for remediation normally results from either:
– an operation that is no longer in productive use.
o Ex. unused auto shop
– from an unexpected event resulting in contamination.
o Ex. chemical spill or natural disaster
• It is not expected that boards investigate each site.
– Investigate where it is known or there is a likelihood of
contamination.
– Consider especially sites that are closed.
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PS 3200 - Liabilities
• Boards can have a contaminated site without having a
liability under the PS 3260 contaminated sites liabilities
standard.
• Boards should still consider if they have a liability under
the PS 3200 liabilities standard.
– If so, it should have already been accrued (ex. the board was
ordered to clean up an environmental contamination).
• PSAB working on Asset Retirement Obligation (ARO)
standard for assets in productive use.
– Proposal is that liability be included in the cost of the assets and
amortized over its useful life.
– Currently, the cost would be recorded as an expense or in
opening surplus.
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Example
• A board may have a school that contains asbestos.
• If this asbestos is contained, there is no requirement to
remediate; therefore, a liability would not need to be
booked.
• If the asbestos is not contained, the board would need to
consider whether PS 3260, PS 3200 or neither apply to
their individual situation.
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Relevant Dates
• Applicable for fiscal years beginning on or after April 1,
2014 (i.e. the 2014-15 school year).
• The initial liability for contaminated sites will be applied
retroactively without restatement.
– i.e. recorded as an adjustment to the opening accumulated
surplus as at September 1, 2014.
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Impact on Budget Compliance
• The opening balance adjustment will not impact the inyear expense nor budget compliance for the 2014-15
year.
– To minimize impact on compliance, boards are encouraged to
early identify any potential liabilities.
• O. Reg. 488/10 (Determination of Boards’ Surpluses and
Deficits) excludes the opening accumulated surplus
adjustment from compliance.
– multi-year plan required for addressing within compliance.
• After the opening balance adjustment at September 1,
2014, any liabilities for new contaminated sites or
changes in liabilities for existing contaminated sites will
impact the in-year expense and budget compliance.
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Reporting Requirements
• Since the Province consolidates the school boards’
financial statements for its March 31st year end, the
Ministry requires boards to provide information on
liabilities for contaminated sites for the March 2015
report.
• Boards will also record any liabilities for contaminated
sites in their 2014-15 financial statements, as required
by the standard.
• The 2014-15 Revised Estimates will have a line on
Schedule 5 (Accumulated Surplus).
– If information is known, boards are encouraged to report it.
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Process
• Discuss with your external auditors risk areas and
possible disclosures that may be required.
• Determine if any site owned by the board meets the
recognition criteria.
– specialists may need to be engaged.
– check with senior/long serving staff if aware of past
contaminates.
• If any sites meet the criteria, remediation costs will need
to be estimated.
• Share implementation risks and potential impact with
your Ministry contact prior to data submission in March
2015.
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Financial Statement Disclosure
• The following information should be disclosed:
– Nature and source of liability.
– Basis for estimate.
– If net present value technique is used, the estimated undiscounted
expenditures and discount rate.
– Reasons for not recognizing a liability.
– Estimated recoveries, if any.
• Regarding the level of disclosure, consider:
– Board statements are highly aggregated so grouping items together
may be useful.
– Usefulness of information in assessing nature and extent of liability
for remediation.
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– Sensitivity of information.
Questions?
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EPO Reporting – March Report
Reporting Changes – March Report
• In the 2014-15 Estimates, Appendix E was added to the forms to
report EPO grants and related expense information
• A similar schedule will be added to next year’s March Report
• An additional column that will be included is to collect the actual
spending for the 7-month period
• Boards are required to complete the required cells in the entire
Appendix
Program
Program 1
Program 2
Program …
Allocation ($) Deferred
Actual 7M
Revenue
Spending
Adjustment (September 1,
2014 to March
31, 2015)
2014-2015 SY
Variance ($) Variance
Projected
Explanation
Spending ($)
(September 1,
2014 to August 31,
2015)
Re-Profile
Sipporting Transfer to
Amount (to the Documents revenues
max pf positive Attached? from
variance)
deferred
revenues
Common Reporting Issues
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Consistency in Reporting
• Boards should to ensure that there is consistency in reporting year
over year
• In the Financial Statement and March Report forms, different lines
are mapped into different accounts during the consolidation of
Public Accounts. Reporting data on different lines at different periods
will result in expenses/liabilities not being comparable period over
period
• Examples include:
– Other Accrued Payables and Liability in one cycle; and under Other
Liabilities in another
– Supply and Services Expenses in one year and Other Expenses in
another period
– Rental Revenues versus Other Third Party Revenues
Supplementary Taxes and Tax Write-Offs
• Schedule 20 in the March Report is similar to the
Schedule 9 in the financial statement
• Boards to ensure the same reporting approach in the
Financial Statement is used and report consistently in the
March report
• In previous years some boards included two calendar
years’ supplementary and tax write off in line 3.1
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Supplementary Taxes and Tax Write-Offs
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In 2014-15 March report:
– The following two items should be included in the line 3.1 or line 3.2 for the 2014
supplementary taxes and tax write-offs
• 2014 calendar year supplementary taxes net of the write off
• Subtract the amount reported in the 2013-14 financial statement line 3.4
– Line 3.4 – Tax Supplementary and Tax Write Off Adjustment – Accrual re: 2015
Amounts will only be used when the 2015 amount is significantly different from
previous years and the information is available. It is expected that this cell
will have limited use and will only be used in extraordinary circumstances
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Ministry will update the March Report Instructions accordingly
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Schedule 20 SUP – March Report
• This schedule captures the Notes to the Financial Statements as of
March 31st of the current year
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Default reporting is what was reported on the last Audited Financial Statements
Boards should not leave Schedule 20 SUP blank if any of the four types of notes
were disclosed in last year’s financial statements
In the F/S, if the format used was different, adopt the input to the Schedule 20
SUP format based on substance
Encourage boards to review last year’s training slides to determine whether the
notes needs to be updated since F/S
• The Notes in the March Report includes the following categories:
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Contractual Obligations
Loans Guarantees
Lawsuits and Claims
Other Contingent Liabilities
• Boards to select the correct type of notes based on their circumstances73
Schedule 20 SUP-Cont’d
• Contractual Obligation
– A description with meaningful details of the obligation. This should reflect
what Obligation Type the note fits in (1-Construction Contracts /2Operating Leases /3-Other/4-Transfer Payments/5-Ontario Power/6Alternative Financing and Procurement (AFP))
– Identify the Obligation Type as close as possible to the nature of the note.
In the past, most notes have been coded either as Construction Contracts
or Other
– The total estimated cost to be broken down to identify the obligation
amounts by year if applicable
• Loan Guarantees
– Both the Amount Guaranteed by BPS and Maximum Amount Authorized
need to be reported
– The Maximum Amount Authorized is the amount up to which a loan can be
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Schedule 10F & 10G Reconciliation – FS
•
•
•
•
Refer to PSA Handbook Section 3250 and 3255 for terminologies used in Schedules 10 F
and 10G
As of the 2013-14 Financial Statements, Life Insurance / Long-Term Disability is broken
down on Schedule 10F into two separate columns: Long-Term Disability and Life
Insurance
Emphasis should be made to ensure the different benefit categories on Schedule 10F and
10G are reported accurately; amounts from these schedules are used for provincial
reporting purposes at consolidation
For the following benefit categories, total expense reported in Schedule 10F should equal
column 2 of Schedule 10G, under the respective benefit category:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
•
Retirement Gratuity Plans and Early Retirement Incentive Plans (ERIP)
Retirement Health, Dental, Life Insurance Plans, etc.
Compensated Absences
Long-Term Disability Plans
Workers’ Compensation Benefits
Termination Benefits
OPSEU Pension Plans
Other Pension Plans
Warning messages have been added to assist boards in ensuring both schedules agree to
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one another
Other Reporting Issues – FS
• Course Lists
–
Boards are required to submit the Continuing Ed Course List each year
• Schedule 5.6 – EDC Revenues
–
The breakdown between EDC and non-EDC revenues is not always provided
• Section 11 – School Operations Allocations for S.23 Programs
–
FTE count reported on Line 11.12.2 do not reconcile to approved files sent to Field
Services
• Section 11 – Allocation for Short Term Notional Interest
–
Boards do not always enter required amount on Line 11.30.8
• Section 12 – Not Permanently Financed (NPF) – New Capital
Programs
–
Closing balance on Line 12.17 should agree with Schedule 5.2, Lines 1.3-1.5
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Questions?
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Remaining Service Life
Reporting
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RSL - Issues
• Ministry review of 2012-13 Asset Upload resulted in the following issues
being observed:
• Significant investment without RSL Change
– Boards need to review policy and practice surrounding the adjustment
of RSL
• Small investment with positive RSL change
– Should these expenditure be capitalized? Are the capitalization criteria
met?
– What the impact of these expenditure on the service life of these
assets?
• Negative Investment with positive RSL change
– Boards need to check whether the revision of RSL is correct.
– Are these adjustments related to investments that incurred in prior
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years?
RSL changes - Handbook Guidance
• PS 3150.28 - Factors that should be considered in
estimating the useful life:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Expected future usage
Effects of technological obsolescence
Expected wear and tear from use or passage of time
The maintenance program
Studies of similar items retired
The condition of existing comparable items
• PS 3150.29 - The RSL of unamortized portion of an
asset should be reviewed on a regular basis and revised
when the appropriateness of a change can be clearly
demonstrated
Handbook Guidance – Con’t
• PS 3150.30 - Significant events may occur,
which indicate a need to review the estimated
useful life:
–
–
–
–
–
A change in the extent in which the asset is used
A change in the manner in which the asset is used
Removal of the asset from service for an extended period of time
Physical damage
Significant technological development (ex. Betterment or
significant investment)
– A change in law or environment affecting the period of time over
which the asset can be used
Changes to RSL
• Positive Changes/Increase to RSL
– Major Component of a building is replaced (roof, window, HVAC,
etc..)
– Addition or Retrofit
– When an investment is made in a building with a RSL of 10
years or less
• Negative Changes/Decrease in RSL
– When a school is closed
– When a building has suffered extensive property damage (ex.
Flooding)
• Changes to RSL should never result in making the RSL
of the asset negative
Changes to RSL – Con’t
• Adjusting the RSL requires significant
professional judgement and is dependent on
the unique situations which the board faces
• Significant events may or may not have had an
expenditure associated with the event
• Suggested best practice
- Yearly
basis - based on existing financial information and known
changes to RSL
- Every 5 years – based on a comprehensive analysis and review
by knowledgeable staff responsible for the facility
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Methods of Adjusting RSL
• Appendix M of TCA guide provides examples of methods
that can be used to update RSL
• Method 1 – based on additions to GBV and the reconstruct cost
• Method 2 – based on the increase in a component’s RSL
and updating the component’s proportion
• Method 3 – based on an increase of a component’s
contribution to the asset’s RSL
• Facilities staff should work collaboratively with finance
staff on this
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Method 1 – $Addition/Reconstruct Cost
A
B
C=A*B
D=C/40
E
F=E/D
G
H=F+G
Asset Type Square Construction 2011 Cost 2011 Cost / $ Additions Increase Remaining 2014
Name
Meters Cost Rate to Construct Year Useful to Gross
in RSL Service Life Adjusted
Life
Book Value
at August Useful
31, 2013
Life
School A E
5,282
1,848 9,758,812
243,970
985,675
4.04
17.00
21.04
School B S
17,999
2,016 36,277,524
906,938 1,563,333
1.72
29.00
30.72
• Column B – Construction benchmark was further updated for 201415 school year. For the updated construction cost rate, please refer
to the latest technical paper
• Boards should develop internal policies on fractional changes to
RSL
• Boards need to determine whether RSL will be updated for fractional
changes
• Boards may wish to round up or down instead of working with
fractional changes
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Method 2
• This method uses the RSL Means proportion to estimate
RSL
• The book “RS Means Square Foot Cost 30th Annual
Edition: 2009” provides a standard to estimate the
proportion and useful life of each component
• The betterment to a component extends the useful life of
that component and as a result changes the RSL of the
whole asset
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Method 2 - Industry Standard
Elementary School
RS Means
Proportion
Substructure
Shell - Roof
Shell - Other
Interior
Conveying
Plumbing
HVAC
Fire Protection
Electrical
Equip & Furnishings
12.10%
6.50%
17.90%
21.00%
0.00%
9.80%
17.90%
2.20%
12.40%
0.20%
100.00%
High School, 2-3 Story
Max Est. Useful
Life
90
20
50
40
25
25
25
25
25
15
40.145
RS Means
Proportion
4.20%
4.90%
31.50%
21.00%
0.50%
5.20%
16.20%
1.70%
12.80%
2.00%
100.00%
Jr. High School, 2-3 Story
Max Est. Useful
Life
90
20
50
40
25
25
25
25
25
15
38.31
RS Means
Proportion
Max Est. Useful
Life
4.00%
4.80%
32.40%
23.60%
0.60%
4.20%
15.00%
0.30%
12.60%
2.50%
100.00%
90
20
50
40
25
25
25
25
25
15
38.75
* From book "RS Means Square Foot Cost 30th Annual Edition: 2009"
•
For new building that the board has all historical information, boards may
calculate the proportion based on that information.
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Method 2 – Con’t
A
B=A*Historical
Cost
Standard or
Asset Specific
Calculated
Proportion Component Cost
Substructure
12.1%
1,210,000
Shell - Roof
6.5%
650,000
Shell - Other
17.9%
1,790,000
Interior
21.0%
2,100,000
Conveying
0.0%
Plumbing
9.8%
980,000
HVAC
17.9%
1,790,000
Fire Protection
2.2%
220,000
Electrical
12.4%
1,240,000
Equip & Furnishings
0.2%
20,000
100.0%
10,000,000
•
•
•
•
C
Roof
Betterment
1,200,000
1,200,000
D=
(B+C)/Total
New Cost
E
F
G=E+F
H=G*D
I=H-E
New
New
RSL Before Increase Component New Asset Increase
Proportion
Betterment
in RSL
RSL
RSL
in RSL
10.8%
65.00
65
7.02
16.5%
2.00
17
19.0
3.14
16.0%
25.00
25
4.00
18.8%
15.00
15
2.81
0.0%
20.00
20
8.8%
22.00
22
1.93
16.0%
11.00
11
1.76
2.0%
15.00
15
0.29
11.1%
20.00
20
2.21
0.2%
12.00
12
0.02
100.0%
22.58
17
23.18
0.603
Column E can be calculated, i.e. after 18 years, the RSL of roof will be 20-18=2
If there was betterment in the past and information is not available, it will have to be
estimated by board staff
Column F can be based on manufacturer’s specifications or using professional judgement
of facilities staff
Based on the result in column I, boards need to determine whether an adjustment to RSL
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is required based on internal policy of fractional change of RSL
Method 3
A
Substructure
Shell - Roof
Shell - Other
Interior
Conveying
Pulmbing
HVAC
Fire Protection
Electrical
Equip & Furnishings
B
C=Ax B
D = C/40.125
Industry
Proportion of
Standard
Industry
Component
or Asset
Standard Component Contribution
Specific Component Contribution to Asset RSL
Proportion Useful Life to Asset RSL (40.125 Years)
(%)
(years)
(years)
(%)
12.1%
90
10.9
27.1%
6.5%
20
1.3
3.2%
17.9%
50
9.0
22.3%
21.0%
40
8.4
20.9%
0.0%
25
0.0
0.0%
9.8%
25
2.5
6.1%
17.9%
25
4.5
11.1%
2.2%
25
0.6
1.4%
12.4%
25
3.1
7.7%
0.2%
15
0.0
0.1%
100.0%
40.145
100.0%
E = D*23
F
G = F/B
H=Cx G
I = E+ H
Component
Contribution
RSL per
to Assset RSL
Component
at 23 Years
Increase in at 23 Years
(before
Increase Increase
RSL per
RSL (after
betterment)
in RSL
in RSL Component betterment)
(years)
(years)
(%)
(years)
(years)
6.2
6.24
0.7
15
75.0%
0.975
1.72
5.1
5.13
4.8
4.81
0.0
0.00
1.4
1.40
2.6
2.56
0.3
0.32
1.8
1.78
0.0
0.02
23
0.975
23.975
• This method needs least information
• Instead of estimating the RSL before betterment, it is calculated
based on the proportion of component contribution to the asset RSL
• Column F – increase of RSL should be based on manufacture’s
specifications or using professional judgement of facilities staff
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QUESTIONS
Sangita Forodi
(416) 325-8584
[email protected]
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