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    Paul Fernandez
    Is Borrowed and Lent Cross Charges supported in Fusion...
    Topic posted October 20, 2019 by Paul FernandezBronze Medal: 1,250+ Points, tagged Grants Management, Project Billing & Revenue, Project Contracts, Project Costing, Public Sector 
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    Is Borrowed and Lent Cross Charges supported in Fusion Grants?
    Is Borrowed and Lent Cross Charges supported in Fusion Grants?

    Is Borrowed and Lent Cross Charges supported in Fusion Grants?

    There is documentation in EBS that clearly states Borrowed and Lent CrossCharges is not supported in Grants compared to Projects. However, I am not finding anything similar in Fusion.

    After configuring all the necessary setups for Borrowed and Lent, I am trying to create a Borrowed and Lent CrossCharge transaction and when I run the Generate Borrowed and Lent Amounts process, the Identify Cross-Charge Transactions: Generate Output Report shows 0 records.

    Trying to understand, if I am missing something or if this feature is supported at all by Fusion Grants.

    Your feedback is truly appreciated.

    Thanks and regards






    • Durgaprasad Mohapatro

      Hi Paul,

      I believe, Grants management (EBS and Fusion) do not support cross charge. (B&L, Intercompany)

      As you already mentioned, There is no mention of this in the fusion guide. But, more or less, the same EBS functionalities are available in fusion. So, if it is not supported in EBS, most, probably it is not yet in Fusion.



      • Paul Fernandez


        Cross Charge itself seems to be working with Cross Charge Transactions Between Business Units with the Default Processing Method as 'None'. I am able to create Reqns from Procurement Business Units and charge to projects belonging to the main/different Business Unit (which will not be possible without Cross Charge).

        Wish there is some documentation stating what is supported/not supported for Projects Vs Grants so we could just look up these in one place.