FY18 Q4 Personnel and Direct Costs


Hi All
Please find attached your Q4 personnel cost and direct costs webfrom, this need to be completed

Please could you update the tabs highlighted yellow within the attached and return to the Finance Reporting mailbox no later 13:00pm WD+7 Tuesday 11th September. Please note this is an absolute deadline to allow us to submit to group.

Within the attached template

Three tabs that relate to personnel costs:
QAC_03GROUP_PERCOST – this is the template that you require to complete
Essbase Retrieve – updated retrieve of all your personnel costs, split between COS, Sales and G&A.
Row 138 to 141 shows a control summary – showing all your numbers in SAP (essbase) – inter co = HFM numbers to be submitted, this is balanced back to the expected number to be submitted on the HFM webform (QAC_03GROUP_PERCOST)
HFM Retrieve – updated retrieve of Inter Co numbers.
Three tabs that relate to direct costs:
HAC_01GROUP_DCOSTNEW – this is the template that you require to complete
Essbase Retrieve – updated retrieve of all your direct costs, split between COS, Sales and G&A.
Row 954 to 957 shows a control summary – showing all your numbers in SAP (essbase) – inter co = HFM numbers to be submitted, this is balanced back to the expected number to be submitted on the HFM webform (HAC_01GROUP_DCOSTNEW)
Please note that the HFM webfrom is linked to the Essbase retrieve all you need to do is enter the balancing number in row 51 on the HAC_01GROUP_DCOSTNEW tab into others in row 45 (again on the HAC_01GROUP_DCOSTNEW). This balancing number relates to inter co costs, which are not required within this analysis and some small differences within the SAP report.
The SAP report ZFIGLOTHC – is currently under review and we hope to have this fully operational by P06 FY19.
HFM Retrieve – updated retrieve of Inter Co numbers.

Any problems please contract KPMG.
Many thanks and kind regards

KPMG
500, Grande-Allée Est,
Québec, CA
+44 161 855 6766
Jenny.Murfin@kpmg.com

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Soil Management Day with @OMAFRA #SoilTeam at Upper Thames @UpperThamesCA @manuregirl @Anne_Verhallen


Join the OMAFRA Soil Team and Upper Thames River Conservation Authority for a hands-on day of learning about soil management on August 22nd from 9am-3pm. The day will include soil pits, a strip till demo, in-field soil health assessment, information on erosion control and more. CEU credits for Soil and Water Management will be available.

Day begins and ends at Wildwood Conservation Area Visitor Centre, Saint Marys, ON. In-field activities will take place near Brooksdale, Oxford County. Bus transportation and lunch will be provided. Register at: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/omafra-soil-management-day-soil-know-it-keep-it-build-it-tickets-47550749572.

Spaces still available for Oxford #OSCIA summer tour to Lancaster PA


OXFORD SUMMER TOUR

Destination: Lancaster, PA and area July 24-27, 2018

Tentative Itinerary:

Depart Woodstock ON July 24 to Penn State University Research Farm, Travel to Lancaster hotel

July 25 visit to hog farm with strong environmental stewardship practices and/or tour the town of Lancaster

July 26 travel to Danville, PA for the PA No-till Alliance Summer Soil Health Field Day (other options may be available, outlet shopping mall nearby)

July 27 head for home

Please note, this is a very general itinerary to date and more options are being investigated

Approximate cost $385 per person based on double occupancy, and includes bus and hotel costs. Some meals may be included as well. Please book your seats as soon as possible, no later than July 10th.

Cathy Dibble 519-463-9737

Tim Pullen 519-535-7247

Oxford #OSCIA Spring Meeting March 27, Hickson Oxford AgroPro 7:30 pm


OXFORD SPRING MEETING 2018
March 27, 7:30 pm
OXFORD AGROPRO, Hwy 59, HICKSON

Tour Agropro’s new Fertilizer Facility

Speakers:

Steph Kowalski Agronomy Group  ~ 4R Nutrient Stewardship                             Dekalb Seeds ~ Xtend Soybeans and Herbicide                                            Mike Kuntz, HJV ~ Sprayer Tips and Cleanout Ideas                               Cathy Dibble, OSCIA ~ New Funding Programs for 2018             Everyone Welcome, Bring a Friend!

https://tvrscia.wordpress.com/oxford-county/

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Middlesex #OSCIA Crops Update Feb 12!!! @ontariosoilcrop


CROPS UPDATE Download flyer here
& Annual Meeting
Monday, February 12, 2018
Caradoc Community Centre, Mt. Brydges

9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Speakers & Topics:
9:00 – 9:30 a.m. Registration, Coffee & Donuts
9:30 – 10:15 a.m. Ben Rosser, Corn Industry Program Lead, OMAFRA – “N Update”
10:15 – 10:30 a.m. Break – Visit with Sponsors
10:30 – 11:15 a.m. Chris Roelands, Honeyland Ag Services – “Fertility Planning & Nutrient
Uptakes”
11:15 – 11:30 a.m. Cathy Dibble, OSCIA RCC Lead – “OSCIA Program Update”

11:30 – 11:45 p.m. Jamie Littlejohn, OSCIA Regional Director – “OSCIA Update”
11:45 – 12:00 noon Hillary Heard, ALUS Middlesex Program Co-ordinator – “Program Update”
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. Lunch
1:00 – 1:15 p.m. MSCIA Annual Meeting

1:30 – 2:15 p.m. Haggerty Creek – “Tough Resistant Weeds and Weed Management
Strategies”
2:15 – 2:30 p.m. Break – Visit with Sponsors
2:30 – 3:15 p.m. Peter Johnson, Agronomist, Real Agriculture
‐ “Middlesex Projects & Question Period”

Cost: $5.00 “Please be prepared to renew your membership”
1 Year – $20.00, 3 Year – $50.00
For more information, contact Eric Dietrich @ 519-871-4830

So much to see and do at the #OSCIA #OMAFRA #COFS17 demo site this year. Stop in!


We have a soil pit, compaction demo, numerous plot demos, interactive displays by local and regional soil and crop associations, OMAFRA’s AgMaps, Premises ID info, a cover crop bar, an earthworm demo, funding program information, learn about GO-CALC and more!

Talk with OMAFRA Field Crops Staff, OSCIA Program Staff and Regional Communication Coordinators.

Don’t forget, all current OSCIA members can enjoy FREE Breakfast courtesy Sylvite AgriServices daily from 8:30-10 am

Find us on 6th Lane South and Lower Machinery Mall – just look for our flags!

Ottawa Rideau SCIA

Serving Lanark, Leeds, Grenville, Frontenac, Renfrew & Ottawa-Carleton

Golden Horseshoe Soil & Crop Improvement Association

The volunteer organization representing the Ontario Soil & Crop Improvement Association (OSCIA) members in the counties/regions of Brant, Haldimand, Halton, Niagara North, Niagara South, Norfolk, Peel and Wentworth.

St. Clair Region

Soil & Crop Improvement Association - Serving Kent, Essex & Lambton Members