Central Accounting and Vendor Operations (CAVO) provides a variety of centralized professional and technical services and assistance for State agencies including: federal tax reporting, warrant and electronic funds transfer (EFT) control, disbursement and escheatment management, PERA reporting for retirees working as independent contractors, Vendor/Customer modification and maintenance, vendor intercept table management, and IRS tax levy processing. CAVO is the business process owner for these unit functions in CORE. CAVO also manages Vendor Self Service (VSS) certifications and updates to the Vendor/Customer tables in CORE for external State vendors. The unit recommends and implements statewide accounting policies and procedures per best practices, rules, and standards and also provides training.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions related to vendors, payments issued out of CORE, or federal tax reporting.
The guidance below is intended for State departmental and program use only.
- CORE Federal Tax Reporting Guide, updated for Tax Year 2022!
- CORE Warrant Escheatment Guide
- Guidance for Paying PERA Retirees as CORE Vendors
- IRS Form 1098-F Instructions and OSC Template
- Vendor/Customer Creation Policy
- Vendor Intercept Guidance
- Vendor Self Service (VSS) Status and Guidance
Please note that our job aids and forms have been migrated to the internal CORE Resources and Help Site. This site can be accessed from within CORE by clicking the link as shown below.
CAVO job aids are located within Accounts Payable and VCUST sections.