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DU Finance Department STRATEGY MAP. Aim:. To support the University, in achieving its strategy, specifically to be financially sustainable and responsible. To provide high quality financial management, advice and support. To ensure financial compliance and accountability.

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du finance department strategy map

DU Finance Department STRATEGY MAP

Aim:

To support the University, in achieving its strategy, specifically to be financially sustainable and responsible

To provide high quality financial management, advice and support

To ensure financial compliance and accountability

To run effective and efficient services for financial transactions

Objectives

management

staff

students

external organisations*

Accurate, timely & well-presented information

Advice for decision making and interpretation of data

Advice on how best to engage with processes

Lean and transparent processes

Guidance on financial matters

Paid correctly and on time

Friendly and accessible service

Training on financial matters

Value for money

Transparent processes well explained

Accessible and helpful responses to enquiries

Online, modern services

Efficient and effective financial operations

Good professional practice

Compliance with their requirements

Stakeholder expectations

Collecting income (inc research grants)

Paying staff and suppliers

Recording capital expenditure

Managing cash requirements

Risk management

Tax compliance

Research grant compliance

Statutory returns and reporting

Planning and budget setting (capital and revenue)

Reporting performance with commentary

Advising on development of new projects

Processes to deliver

Professional networks

Resources (continuous development)

Procedures

High quality finance staff recruited, retained, developed and motivated

IT systems and infrastructure

Other departments – academic and professional service

Physical infrastructure

* Including HEFCE, research and other funders, banks, statutory authorities, suppliers and customers

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