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Department of Arts and Museums newsletter


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Northern Territory Government

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DEPARTMENT OF ARTS AND MUSEUMS NEWSLETTER 9 Corporate Services Finance Services to close over Christmas & New Year period Finance Services units within DCIS will be closed over the Christmas / New Year period: 25 December 2015 to 3 January 2016 including: Accounts Payable Receiver of Territory Monies (RTM) offices in Darwin and Casuarina Banking Credit Card Ledgers Reconciliations Taxation Asset Accounting Normal business operations will resume on Monday, 4 January 2016. Receiver of Territory Monies (RTM) Agencies are requested to deposit any outstanding monies with DCIS RTM prior to COB Wednesday, 23 December 2015 to enable processing, collection by cash courier and delivery to NAB this calendar year. Alternatively, deposits can continue to be lodged direct through NAB. Petty Cash reimbursements should be sought prior to 2:00pm on Thursday, 24 December 2015. Payment of invoices can continue to be made via electronic methods; online / Phone IVR / BPAY. Urgent agency payments can be actioned by: APeS - Agency Payables entry System, NIPS Non Invoice Payment System, or CCC Corporate Credit Card. If an urgent payment cannot be paid via one of the above methods, or wait until the office reopens, please email: DCISAPUrgentRequests@ exchange.smarthost. Please note that payments sent via this email will be paid via NAB Connect, and will require a Domestic Funds Transfer or Overseas Funds Transfer form to be filled out with supporting documentation and correct delegated approvals attached. If a payment needs to be canceled during this period, please contact DCIS Financial Systems Support on telephone 8999 1545. Banking - urgent transaction queries can be directed to NAB. Corporate Cards - during this period, lost or stolen credit cards should be reported to NAB Cards Direct on 13 10 12. Emergency contacts MyHR Details HR Services is reminding all staff to take a few moments to check your details in the My Details section of MyHR. The My Details section of MyHR contains important information about your salary, employee entitlements, contact information and next of kin. We rely on you to update the details as required so please take the time to carefully check the information listed in MyHR today. If you need assistance updating your details please contact: HR Services on telephone 8999 4417. Update your ePass contact details It is your responsibility to keep your ePass details up to date, especially when moving locations. Tickets you log with the Service Centre rely on your location, phone and cost codes being correct in ePass. Out of date details may result in unnecessary delays to your requests being fulfilled. Payroll Giving With Christmas fast approaching, OCPE is reminding those of you looking to make a seasonal donation that the NT Government Payroll Giving Program provides you with an opportunity to make a donation to over 50 charities, directly from your pay. The program provides staff with the opportunity to demonstrate community spirit, and of course, any donation is confidential and wholly voluntary. To make a donation, simply go to MyHR > My Money > Payroll Giving > click Continue at the bottom of the page > Select Charities as a New Deduction Type. You can view the list of registered charitable organisations on the drop down list, or nominate a new charity by emailing DCIS Payroll Services. To assist, OCPE has also developed Frequently Asked Questions. A Gift of Service - You might also like to consider volunteering a few hours of your time at Christmas. Volunteering opportunities include present wrapping, hamper packing and meal preparation. For further details visit: ntgcentral.nt.gov.au/news/article/giftgiving-christmas Need help with your IT or phones? For all ICT issues, please call the NT Government Service Centre. Phone: 8924 4355 or 1800 000 254. Email: service.centre@nt.gov.au Acceptance of Gifts and Benefits During the festive season you may be presented with gifts or benefits from someone you do business with. This Department has documents to help you decide if accepting a gift or benefit compromises your obligations under the NTPS Code of Conduct (section 16 refers). We would like to hear your good news stories! If you have articles to publish please provide these to your respective Directors. mailto:DCISAPUrgentRequests%40exchange.smarthost?subject= mailto:DCISAPUrgentRequests%40exchange.smarthost?subject= http://ntgcentral.nt.gov.au/news/article/gift-giving-christmas http://ntgcentral.nt.gov.au/news/article/gift-giving-christmas

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