|Oracle U.S. Federal Financials User Guide|
Part Number E13551-04
The SF 133 Report on Budget Execution provides information on the budgetary resources appropriated for an agency. The report lists the sources of budget authority and the current status of budgetary resources by appropriation.
The SF 133 Report on Budget Execution is prepared for each unexpired and expired fund or appropriation, excluding clearing accounts and deposit funds and provides appropriation status as of the reporting date. In this version of Oracle U.S. Federal Financials, single-year, multiple-year, and no-year appropriations are reported.
Federal agencies are required to submit the SF 133 Report on Budget Execution. If an agency uses standard accounts as defined in the United States Standard General Ledger (US SGL), the report is constructed using those accounts. Agencies that do not use US SGL accounts must enter their account information during report setup.
Information regarding report requirements is available in the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A-11, Preparation, Submission and Execution of the Budget, as revised June 30, 2006.
SF 133 Report on Budget Execution.
Access to General Ledger is required to define a Ledger, post transactions, and run General Ledger reports.
The agency name must be entered in the Define Federal Options window.
The SF 133 Table Setup Procedure must be run to populate the SF 133 Report Definitions window.
Report lines and accounts, if US SGL is used, must be reviewed and edited, if necessary, in the SF 133 Report Definitions window before printing the report.
The setup that is needed for FACTS II processing must be completed.
To print the Report on Budget Execution:
Navigate to the Submit Request window.
In the Request Name field, select SF 133 One Year Report on Budget Execution or SF 133 Multiple Year/No Year Report on Budget Execution.
In the Ledger field, select the ledger.
In the Period Year field, select a period.
In the Period Name field, select a period name.
In the Treasury Symbol Low field, select the low value for the treasury symbol range.
In the Treasury Symbol High field, select a high value for the treasury symbol range.
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