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Leadership Manual 2020-2021

The Association of California School Administrators is the largest umbrella organization for school leaders in the United States, serving more than 17,000 California educators.

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Association of California School Administrators FINANCIAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT ACSA's Financial Services Department supports all ACSA entities with general accounting, budget development and monitoring, internal and external financial reporting, financial planning and analysis, payroll, cash forecasting, investment management, banking relations, insurance, leases, ACSA Committees and Councils, and outside agencies and organizations, PAC reporting, taxes, retirement administration, and audit. Financial Services also provides support to the ACSA Executive Director, Board Finance Committee and board on financial matters. Many of the functions the department supports are segregated by reportable entity. ACSA is the parent organization and is a California non‐profit mutual benefit corporation for its members with its own tax entity. Foundation for Educational Administration is a California non‐profit public benefit corporation and was established to develop and promote educational administration. School Administrators Special Services is also an affiliate and a California non‐profit mutual benefit corporation established to assist ACSA members obtain group insurance policies and special group services. ACSA's Political Action Committees are voluntary, non‐profit, unincorporated committees which support candidates and issues consistent with the purposes of ACSA. The National Association of School Superintendents develops, promotes and serves the interests of superintendents nationwide. General Accounting The department maintains the general ledger and reports monthly on the financial status of ACSA and its six affiliates. This includes tracking and reporting actual revenue and expense results versus the prior year and budget for more than 150 programs and 1200 possible revenue and expense general ledger account combinations per program for all seven ACSA departments. There are 500 possible balance sheet general ledger accounts. Contact: Erin Grogan; Senior Director of Financial Services, Summer Deng; G/L Clerk Accounts Receivable This function is responsible for the collection and posting of all revenues for all of ACSA's affiliates. This includes monthly member payments to ACSA (including those passed through to organizations such as AASA, NAESP and NASSP), FEA, SASS, and the PACs. All invoicing and posting of revenue from FEA professional development academies and programs, sale of ACSA and FEA publications and ACSA store items, payments to SASS for insurance premiums and contributions to the ACSA PACs fall within this function. Contact: Jenny Huang; FEA A/R Accountant, Maggie Toval; Membership A/R Clerk Accounts Payable The disbursements team is responsible for coding or processing expenses for all of ACSA entities and expense reimbursement for staff and members. The team keeps all contracts including equipment leases, consultant and speaker contracts, MOU's and 44

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