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Sometimes you have already activated a PO only to realize that you used the wrong fund (whether that means there's not enough money in the one you used, or that it was inappropriate for the purchase). You may even have an open or closed invoice that is currently using that fund for that line item.
You can change the fund on a line item at any point in the process by using the batch updater on the purchase order. You cannot change funds at the copy level, only at the line item level.
Often you may have funds that you would like to fully spend down to zero at the end of the fiscal year (e.g. state funds). There is no native way in Evergreen to do this; you're not able to split a particular transaction or item between two funds. This solution is a bit of a workaround, but if you definitely need to spend a fund exactly down to zero this is my recommendation for doing so.
1. Change the stop and warning limit on the fund(s) that you would like to zero out to 120%.
2. Activate a PO using the fund(s) that you would like to zero out. Try to overencumber the fund by as little as possible, but to get it down to zero you most likely will need to overencumber it unless you have an item that's exactly how much you need to spend.
3. Once the items are received and you have the invoice, determine how much total you are over on that fund.
4. Reduce the Amount Paid and Amount Billed on one title by the amount you are over on the fund.
5. Create a direct charge on the invoice. Type should be “Materials”. Bill it out to your secondary spillover fund (maybe local money). The amount should be how much you reduced your line item by.
Some vendors send a separate invoice with a processing and/or cataloging fee as the only charge(s). If you prorate your cataloging/processing charges, you may want to move this onto another invoice that contains the titles so that it can be prorated across all the funds used for the materials.
You need to delete the charge, not just remove the fund info.
If you activate your purchase order, bibs and copies load, and then you receive the error that one or more funds are past their warning limit and the order remains unactivated. You may change the funds that you are using, and to activate the order you choose “Activate without loading bibs and copies”. Otherwise you will create multiple acq barcodes in the system. If you have done this by accident, please submit a Helpdesk ticket to get the issue corrected.