A series of introductory visits allows ATP leadership to hear and understand the unique needs of each campus.
Faculty and staff from all UW System campuses are invited to the Administrative Transformation Program’s next virtual status update on Wednesday, June 22.
The Administrative Transformation Program kicked off the Architect Stage on May 2, closing out a Planning Stage with a clarified scope and timeline.
Wang will begin her new role on February 7, working alongside ATP Director Nicholas Tincher to ensure the program’s overall success.
As the approved system implementation firm, Huron will serve as the bridge between the UW System and Workday.
Learn about ATP’s Planning Stage activities, including reports from the Finance, HR, and Research Administration Strategy Teams.
Attend ATP’s November Status Update to get the latest news from program leadership.
The UW System Board of Regents approved the contract for new software to support Research Administration at every UW campus.
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.