October 18, 2018
UCLA and UC Santa Barbara officially launched UCPath at the end of September, and the cutover activities concluded successfully at the end of September 2018.
Pursue a professional development opportunity and feel good about helping UC Berkeley employees successfully transition to UCPath.
The UCPath Project team is looking for training volunteers to help conduct UCPath classroom trainings. With a variety of campus employees set to transition into UCPath, we need your help to deploy effective classroom training to UC Berkeley employees.
You will bring:
October 9, 2018
Jo Mackness, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor & Chief Human Resources Officer, provides a UCPath update at the October 9th Campus Townhall.
September 13, 2018
This article highlights important tasks you need to know to prepare for Integration Testing. Key information includes what’s available, what you need to do to prepare, and what tools/resources are available to help you prepare.
Since many of you are also on email distribution for Employee API Development updates, and may already be reading about Development updates, this article simply re-iterates development information that remains relevant during the Integration Testing phase, and also introduces what you need to know about data redaction during Integration Testing.
August 23, 2018
What’s the Scoop on Integration Testing?
As the UC Berkeley campus starts its 2018-2019 academic year, new and continuing students embark on a new phase of their education journey. Similarly, the UCPath project enters its next major phase: Integration Testing.
August 20, 2018
As part of the Spotlight on Tech series, we asked Justin Anonuevo, Lead ServiceNow Developer, how his team is handling the employee ID change.
Give us a brief description of the ServiceNow application and how the employee ID plays a role in managing your business
July 5, 2018
Spotlight on Tech: How Campus Systems are Handling the UCPath Employee ID Change
In this series, we will ask different campus developers how they are handling the employee ID change. Thanks David for being our first interview!
June 27, 2018
June 2018 Update: The functionality has been re-built outside of HCM and successfully rolled out into production.
April 30, 2018
The Employee API is changing to support campus needs in conjunction with the UCPath project. The Enterprise Integration Services (EIS) team is working with the UC Path team, the developer community, and functional owners to refine requirements and test the next version of the API. The current version running in production, v (2), will be decommissioned in the near future.
April 16, 2018
Current State Background
The Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) provides timely, user-friendly, and accurate data for UC Berkeley’s data analysis and reporting needs. Analytic tools such as CalAnswers are one of the primary EDW consumers on Campus to benefit from the EDW analysis and reporting functions. Currently, many operational systems on Campus such as Cal 1 Card also interact with the EDW to extract data. While the EDW provides operational systems access, this function deviates from the EDW core goals – to serve as an analytical data store vs. an operational data store.
February 12, 2018
2019 Cal ID Card (C1C) News Update: Please visit the Set page for updated news...
January 2, 2018
The UCPath Center is a crucial component of the UCPath implementation. Located in Riverside, the UCPath Center will be the transactional hub for many new procedures, serving more than 200,000 employees from each of the UC campuses, medical centers and research facilities.
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January 1, 2018
UC Merced, UC Riverside, and the Associated Students of UCLA (ASUCLA) have joined UC Office of the President as UCPath sites. The six-week cutover process that began during the Thanksgiving holiday, concluded successfully with UCPath access for all Pilot campus employees on January 2. Following a smooth go-live with no major issues, employees at these locations are receiving their January pay via UCPath. Project team members are onsite providing intensive support at these campuses for the next few months to ensure long-term success.