What Is ATP?
The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) is on a mission to rebuild finance, human resources, and research administration systems at every institution within the University of Wisconsin System. The goal is to reduce the complexity of the current administrative environment and refocus valuable staff time on UW’s mission of education, research, and outreach.
To make this vision a reality, we’re working with people across the UW to standardize processes and implement new, best-in-class technology to support these essential functions.
To standardize business processes and integrate our systems, ATP will implement Workday and Huron Research Suite to replace HRS, SFS, and hundreds of ancillary systems across the UW.
ATP's success depends on knowledgeable staff who apply their time, talent, and expertise — both on and off the program team.
Our business process redesign work is based on a tiered governance structure and tested methodology that includes faculty and staff from across the UW System.
ATP News to Know
Learn about Workday features to review your pay and benefits info
Join us on April 13 to learn how everyone employed by the UW System will benefit from Workday’s Benefits & Pay Hub — a single location to review benefits, compensation, and payroll information.
Security roles in Workday: How you’ll get what you need when you need it
With role-based security, staff will be able to access information, take action on assigned tasks and transactions, and prompt next steps in Workday.
6 things to know about the Workday implementation
If you’re just starting to learn about Workday, you’re right on time. Here are the basics you need to know.