Dynamics GP Payroll includes a Certified Payroll report that allows you to record project numbers associated with employee payroll transactions. This functionality is part of the Professional Service Tools.
From the Microsoft documentation:
Certified Payroll Report setup:
- This tool modifies existing features within Microsoft Dynamics GP. To activate the new functionality that this tool offers, simply mark the second check box next to Certified Payroll Report in the Professional Services Tools menu. Close the window.
- Open the Alternate/Modified Forms and Reports window by choosing Microsoft Dynamics GP menu >> Tools >> Setup >> System >> Alternate/ Modified Forms and Reports.
- Select the ID for which you want to view the Certified Payroll Report.
- Select Technical Service Tools from the Product drop-down list.
- Select Windows for the Type drop-down list.
- Expand the + beside the Payroll folder.
- Expand the + beside Payroll Transaction Entry.
- You should now see an option for Microsoft Dynamics GP or Technical Service Tools.
- Select Technical Service Tools.
- Click Save on the form.
- To create a shortcut, right-click in the Home menu and select Add >> Add Window.
- Open Technical Service Tools >> Payroll and select the Certified Payroll Report Option.
Choose Done and select Yes to save the changes.
To use Certified Payroll Transaction Entry:
To use the Certified Payroll functionality, simply enter a Job Number while entering Payroll transactions.
The Job Number field is located in the expanded area of the Payroll Transaction Entry window. This field is only active for transactions that are Hourly, Overtime or Double Time payroll types, and will be disabled for any other types of transactions.
There is no validation for the Job Number itself, and the Job Number can be any string of 15 characters or less.
Once a batch is posted along with a check run, the information about the transaction is stored to be printed later on the Certified Payroll Report. The report includes the Employee ID, Job Number, Job Title, Department, Pay Code, number of hours, and the Pay Rate for this check. This information will remain in the system for as long as the user keeps Check History for the employee.