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AFRS Table Roll

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  • The final Phase 3(AI) roll ran on July 6, 2023.
  • Agencies will need to manually add AI codes for any EA codes added after this date. (Add D07 record first, then the AI.)
  • Check reports and make updates in AFRS as needed.

The AFRS Table Roll is the process by which current biennium AFRS program index, appropriation index, organization index, and descriptor tables are duplicated for the new biennium, eliminating the need for agencies to rekey their table records.

The resources listed here are intended to help state agencies navigate through the next AFRS table roll process which will occur in spring 2023.

Table Roll Documents

  • AFRS Table Roll User Guide: This document provides an overview of the table roll process, explains each phase of the roll, lists agency responsibilities, and provides information about the table roll reports.
  • Timeline: This document provides all the dates for the table roll phases 1-4 and related activities. Use the filter to see ‘Agency’ tasks.
  • BI25 Tables by Roll Phases: This document provides a list of tables that will roll in each phase of the process and the tables that do not roll, such as Master Index.
  • AFRS Table Cleanup for Workday FDM Mapping: This document contains information about certain AFRS tables that must be represented in the Workday (AFRS replacement system) Foundation Data Model (FDM) mapping. Agencies should review these tables for codes that are no longer needed. The document describes what to look for and provides options on how to clean up the records that are not needed. The document refers to the following files that can be filtered to see your agency records.

Related Resources

  • Unused Sub-subobjects-DO-NOT-ROLL: This document provides a list of Sub-subobjects that have not been used for two biennia (4 years) and, thus, will not roll to the new biennium.
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Monday, April 24, 2023
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