The new HR implementation timeline has been approved. CMS HR will
go-live on August 18, 2005.
The HR Fit Gap sessions are completed. A few follow-up sessions
will be conducted.
To ensure the integrity of data in the system, employees are being
asked to validate their personal information (name, address, phone
number) via the portal in May.
Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) are currently validating converted
Pilot departments for Distributed Functionality are being determined.
Distributed functionality includes: Student Worker Hire and Re-Appointment,
Student Worker Time Entry directly into CMS, Temporary Faculty,
GA, TA Hire and Re-Appointment, Departmental Employee Roster View,
Reporting, Employee Self Service Views.
CMS has been integrated with CSUF’s campus portal and with
the CWID (Campus Wide ID).
The Finance implementation has begun and the COA (Chart of Accounts)
design sessions are in process.
The COA design team is established and includes Bill Barrett,
Dick Bednar, Paul Carey, Tara Garcia, Angela Gee, Linda Godding,
Laleh Graylee, Vennita Jackson, Lea Jarnagin, Lisa Kopecky, Cecilia
Patz, Lydia Rodriguez, Terri Sharp and Karen Wall.
Pam Schipporeit, implementation partner consultant, is on-campus.
General Finance Sessions are being planned. These sessions will
include an Overview of the Finance Module, review of the Chart
of Accounts, and Questions & Answers.
Recruitment for the following 4 business analyst positions is
in-process: Chart of Accounts / Labor Cost Distribution, General
Ledger, Payables, and Procurement.
CMS Student Administration workshops conducted by Tom Enders,
AVP Enrollment Services at CSU Long Beach, are being planned.
A campus visit to CSU Northridge to review and discuss their CMS
implementation has been completed and visits to CSU Long Beach
and San Jose State University are being planned.
SIS+ Documentation, Process Mapping and clean-up of data is in-process.
A SIS+ Moratorium has been established which includes completing
major projects already in progress, providing continued support
for identified areas, and not implementing any new major projects.