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Financial Reporting

Software used by local educational agencies in preparing budgets, interim reports, and year-end financial reports to the California Department of Education.

SACS Web System | SACS2022ALL Desktop Software | Financial Reporting Resources

SACS Web System

The Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS) Web financial reporting system facilitates the preparation of budget, interim, and unaudited actuals reporting period data and reports that are submitted to oversight agencies and the California Department of Education (CDE).

SACS Web System Application External link opens in new window or tab.

NOTE: The SACS Web System is designed to run in the Google Chrome browser.

Web Application Release Updates

SACS Web Update as of March 9, 2023 (XLSX)

Web Application Resources


SACS Web System Overview Webinar, March 14, 2022 External link opens in new window or tab. (Video; 1:59:00)

Training Resources

SACS Web System Training Presentations External link opens in new window or tab.

SACS Web System Correspondence

SACS Web System Transition Letter

For specific questions regarding the SACS Web System, please contact:

SACS Desktop Software

SACS2022ALL Software

The SACS2022ALL software contains the components necessary to prepare the 2021–22 unaudited actual reports.

Prior Year Software

You may refer to this SACS Software page for prior years' SACS Software installation files.

Financial Reporting Resources

Financial Reporting and Fiscal Oversight Calendars

2022 County Office of Education (COE) Calendar
2022 COE Oversight Calendar
2022 District Calendar
2022 Summary Calendar

Criteria and Standards for Fiscal Solvency

The Criteria and Standards are used to monitor fiscal solvency for school districts and county offices of education.

Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS)

Guidance for local educational agencies in using Standardized Account Code Structure (SACS), a statewide, uniform financial reporting format; includes SACS query, valid combination tables, and other facts.

Questions:   Financial Accountability & Information Services |
Last Reviewed: Wednesday, March 15, 2023