Uniform Accounting Network

The Uniform Accounting Network (UAN) is a financial software package created by the Auditor of State’s office to support the accounting, payroll, and financial management activities of local governments in Ohio.

UAN, along with computer equipment and technical support provided by the Auditor's office, helps public officials apply the required accounting standards to their financial record keeping. More than 2,000 Ohio townships, village, libraries, special districts, and cities use UAN in their daily operations.

UAN Modules


Accounting Modules

The Accounting Module processes all accounting transactions such as warrants, receipts, purchase orders, blanket certificates, and bank reconciliations. Users can compile financial reports and perform other activities.


Payroll Module

The Payroll Module provides users with the ability to process payroll checks, track employee earnings and withholdings, and submit Electronic Fund Transfers (EFTs). Many reports are available for both internal and external reporting purposes.


Budget Module

The Budget Module prepares reports that will show financial data in several different formats. Internally, this software can be used as a financial-planning tool. The budget and trend software can also be used to prepare and create an annual budget containing all data required by your county auditor.


Inventory Module

The Inventory Module lets you track purchases — including the description of the item, date purchased, original cost, and location of the asset. The software can also produce several different inventory reports.


Cemetery Module

The Cemetery Module allows entities to establish cemeteries, track the sale of plots, and record burial information for each plot. The system can generate and print cemetery deeds as well as a variety of cemetery reports.


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To help roll into the next year, a Year-End Checklist is provided as part of the Accounting & Payroll modules.

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Employee wages can be processed quickly and efficiently.

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The network streamlines your monthly bank reconciliations.



The No. 1 Government Financial Package in Ohio

UAN is used by:

  • 90% of Ohio Townships
  • 70% of Ohio Villages
  • 60% of Ohio Public Libraries
  • Special Districts and Cities

Current with Industry Standards

The five-module system allows you to:

  • Produce your Annual Financial Report (Regulatory or GASB) in one click
  • Meet GASB 54 requirements with a Fund Classification Utility

Fixed Costs and
No Extra Fees

A software purchase supplies:

  • Software upgrades and Annual Releases
  • Application and Technical Support – including Saturday support hours
  • UAN Conferences and Training – offered in the classroom and on-line

Balances Technology with Function

UAN designed with clients in mind:

  • Software is fully networkable and allows multiuser access
  • User focus groups and surveys aid in determining future enhancements


Getting Started


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UAN schedules the acceptance of new clients to ensure we are able to provide ample support. A two-day one-on-one training session is provided online.

Participation Fees

The UAN Program Participation Fees have two components: A two-day one-on-one training session is provided on-line.

Total Resources Monthly Fees
Minimum Maximum  
$0 $50,000 $8
$50,001 $100,000 $18
$100,001 $150,000 $30
$150,001 $200,000 $37
$200,001 $250,000 $44
$250,001 $300,000 $51
$300,001 $350,000 $62
$350,001 $400,000 $72
$400,001 $450,000 $83
$450,001 $500,000 $95
$500,001 $600,000 $105
$600,001 $750,000 $135
$750,001 $1,000,000 $165
$1,000,001 $2,500,000 $215
$2,500,001 $5,000,000 $255
$5,000,001 $7,500,000 $280
$7,500,001 $10,000,000 $300
$10,000,001 MORE $325