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Staff in Project Services, particularly new starters, can sometimes struggle to locate all of the information/guidance they need to settle into the team and effectively deliver their projects. Some information is on SharePoint, some is on the Wiki, some elsewhere. It has been suggested by the Project Services Section that a central signpost to direct people to the most useful information would help with this. 

The various sections within IS Applications have different processes for requesting and allocating resources to work on projects. It has been agreed at senior level that a unified resourcing process should be developed. 

Project Services staff have access to a range of professional development opportunities but there is no clear overview of this process, or an easy way to see how professional development links to our roles. Creating a plan will improve the clarity concerning training opportunities for staff.

This project aims to create a simplistic framework/toolkit to help non-project teams across the University create process maps to track their internal processes. The toolkit will include template Word and Visio documents and accompanying guidance documents to support and explain the process in a step-by-step manner. This will be made available to the wider University community via the Projects website and SharePoint.

This project will complete some enhancements for use immediately and then remove the requirement for logging in using eeVec.

This project will complete some minor enhancements for 22/23. During 22/23 a project will take place which will completely redesign the business processes and system.

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
May 2022 GREEN 0.0 days 0.0 days 0.0

This project will use TUBS to provide a Year 4 Outpatient Booking System

To supply the  ability to cross reference the chart of accounts between eFinancials and People and Money

Following the implementation of Phase 2 of the People & Money Programme, the approach for accessing HR data has been defined to ensure that data usage follows University and legislative requirements. Going forward there are three established routes for business areas to obtain HR data: -

The University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Research Collections has, since 2004, offered an ever widening digitisation service, ranging from the high quality photography of rare books, manuscripts and museum objects to video production and the digitisation of audio visual archives, covering the full spectrum of audio, film and video formats.

Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
May 2022 GREEN 0.0 days 0.0 days 0.0