A preview of the IEEE NextGen Finance Platform for Geo Units can be seen at: https://www.ieee.org/
NetSuite 2020 and prior data will be available. Please contact the MGA Finance Team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any requests for data or questions you may have.
2020 Reporting period has been completed in NetSuite
This page contains details about the IEEE Geographic Unit financial reporting process, deadlines, and instructions.
IEEE geographic units must annually report their financial status (using the financial online reporting tool, NetSuite), covering the period of 1 January–31 December.
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All annual compliance documents should be submitted via the MGA Compliance Documents portal. Your IEEE Account and password are required. Please contact the IEEE Business Finance Solutions team at email@example.com with questions or concerns.
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Please note that all year-end bank statements for local bank accounts (Non-IEEE Concentration Banking accounts) must be submitted via the MGA Compliance Documents portal. If you have any questions or need further information please contact the IEEE Business Finance Solutions team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadlines and bonuses
Geographic unit Treasurers are responsible for recording the financial activity of their unit and any subunits (Subsections, Chapters, and/or Affinity Groups) using NetSuite. In order to be eligible for the 10% rebate bonus, this information must be in the system no later than 19 February 2021.
Units submitting financial reports later than 28 February 2021 will not receive rebate payment for 2020 activity.
If the Section or Council is unable to obtain financial records from a subunit, it may opt to submit a statement that the subunit has failed to submit a timely financial report and waive its right to a rebate for that particular subunit. Delinquent subunits may be subject to probation or even dissolution.
If all reports are submitted by the February deadline, your unit will earn an additional 10% bonus to the total rebate. However, if the information submitted is not complete or contains errors, and if corrections are not submitted within 60 days of a written request, the 10% bonus will be forfeited. The written request, provided by IEEE, will clearly state what action is expected, the date by which it must be submitted, and the consequence if not submitted.