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Financial Operations includes management and oversight of Accounts Payable, the Business Management and Analysis Group, Colonial Central, and Treasury Management.
Accounts Payable Services is responsible for processing university payments to internal and external customers. They establish processes and procedures to ensure the university meets its payment obligations in a timely fashion. They provide guidance and support for internal customers throughout the invoice and payment processing cycle. They also partner with the Procurement, Supplier Maintenance and the Tax departments to ensure the transactions are compliant with the university’s policies and other regulations.
The Student Accounts Office is committed to providing excellent service to students throughout their educational experience at the George Washington University. On our website you can find detailed information about your bill, learn about the variety of payment options, review tuition rates, or request an itemized statement for employer reimbursement.
The Business Management and Analysis Group (BMAG) functions as an internal management consulting group comprised of professionals with experience in the academic, financial, and project management professions. It supports GW departments by providing business continuity and process improvement services, financial and accounting analysis, and new service development.
Colonial Central is a hub for student financial and registration services, bringing together in a friendly, centralized, service-culture setting the offices of Student Financial Assistance, Student Accounts, the Registrar, GWorld, Military and Veteran Student Services, and Student Parking Services. This services center was created for our students with the intent to ease the stresses of accomplishing business at GW.
Treasury Management is responsible for the management of the university’s financial resources. This includes investment of cash and the administration of debt to ensure resources are available to meet the operating and capital needs of the university as well provides endowment audit management support and manages the relationship with the outsourced investment manager.