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How can an authorized grantee user revoke approval of a voucher line item?

Date Published: February 2015

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If a voucher line item was approved in error, you can revoke the approval as long as the line item has not yet been submitted to LOCCS and has a status of Approved. After approval is revoked, the line item will have a status of Open.

Only a grantee with the Draw Approve role can revoke approval of a voucher line item, and the user revoking the Approval must be the same user that approved it.

To revoke approval of a voucher line:

  1. Use the “Maintain Voucher” page and select the Voucher containing the voucher line item for which you want to revoke approval. General information about the selected voucher (Voucher #, Created By, Voucher Created For, and Creation Date) appears at the top of the page. Below the general information, all of the voucher line items (not just the line item that you selected) are listed in a table.

The voucher line items are grouped according to their status and appear in the following order:

  • Approved voucher line items
  • Cancelled voucher line items
  • Completed voucher line items
  • Open voucher line items
  • Rejected voucher line items
  • Revised voucher line items
  • Approved revised voucher line items

The options available in the Action column depend on the status of the line item and the privileges assigned to your user role.

  1. (Optional) To view a line item before revoking it, click the View link in the Action column; after viewing it, click the Return to Maintain Voucher button.
  2. Click the Revoke link in the Action column next to the line item for which you want to revoke approval.

The Maintain Voucher page is redisplayed. A message confirming the revocation appears at the top of the page. The status of the line item has been updated to Open and the line item appears in the group of line items with the Open status. The submission date and comments are now editable.


Tags: DRGR Drawdown - Additional Voucher Functions

FAQ ID:

2083