The Accounts Payable Office is responsible for the payment of goods and services to suppliers as well as reimbursements to individuals for costs incurred as part of College’s operations.
Invoices are processed for payment when received by Accounts Payable with proper internal approvals. Vendor/supplier invoices are matched to a College issued purchase order. The College payment terms are net 30 working days following the latest completion, acceptance or rendering of the properly authorized invoice. A current W9 must be on file for the vendor to receive payment.
FY23 Year End: Please visit our Tools and Resources page for the full memo and other information, including the presentation from the Year End Sessions.
Chrome River now LIVE:
CCRI is now utilizing Chrome River, an expense management application, for travel (authorizations and expense reports), in-state mileage, monthly p-card expense reports, and employee reimbursement. Chrome River will enhance the user experience and provide the ability for more streamlined approval processes and expense reporting.
Please note that in order to access Chrome River, you will need to have 2 systems in place:
- DUO- A multi-factor authentication tool that improves security to protect personal information. If you do not have DUO and you need to utilize Chrome River, please submit a help desk ticket to receive further instructions.
- Direct Deposit for Accounts Payable- You may already have direct deposit set up for payroll, but you will also need to configure it for Accounts Payable in order to receive any reimbursements. Directions for setting up that direct deposit can be found here.
Payment request, direct deposit ACH, and moreLearn More
Information on utilizing and maintaining your Purchase Card
Policies related to CCRI and State of Rhode Island Accounts Payable
List of 3rd party vendors and information for vendors working with CCRILearn More
Tools and Resources
Written and video tutorials on common Accounts Payable procedures
Travel & Employee Reimbursement
Resources for planning In-State and Out-of-State Travel