The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) announces updates to major procurement efforts and the Workday implementation timeline.
The Administrative Transformation Program and UW administrative leaders made key decisions that will improve business processes at the University of Wisconsin.
ATP is starting the work to transform business processes with a series of workshops involving program leadership and administrative experts from across the UW System.
The University of Wisconsin System issued a notice of its intent to select Workday to provide a cloud-based enterprise resource planning system to replace the Human Resource System and the Shared Financial System at all UW System institutions.
Tune in to the Administrative Transformation Program’s Status Update to hear the latest program news.
The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) will begin Phase 1 activities in July 2021, following a six-month preparation period.
Join ATP’s Nick Tincher and Steve Kish to get the latest program news, hear about our recent accomplishments, and get the scoop on current and upcoming work.
Get the latest news and updates from the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP).
The Administration Transformation Program’s (ATP’s) Director Nick Tincher and Program Executive Steve Kish will discuss the program’s recent accomplishments, revised strategy and timeline, and current and upcoming work.
The Research Administration Modernization Project (RAMP) will host virtual vendor demonstrations later this summer.