The project will aim to deliver:

 1. Data futures requirements gathering (HESA’s transformation programme to deliver a more efficient data collection process); this work will enable an understanding of what is required to meet the requirements of the new HESA return, address the system design options and how Tribal software can be best used to capture data. Aim is to capture all the requirements and prioritise them.

 2. This will inform and prioritise the system and process changes:

-       To capture enrolment data as part of the continuing  student registration starting in June 2019: this scope is now being progressed under separate project SAC078

-       To enable the 1st  test HESA return completion

Update: Timeline at May 22 LINK

More details on the Data Future Programme  

Project is needed because of it is compliance nature. Cannot do a new future HESA return using the current system.

Data Futures will replace the current annual HESA Student Return with in-year returns 

 

Benefits are

-To secure future funding (£65 million+)

-Enhanced reputation. If not completed, the university cannot appear in the domestic league table, cannot run the NSS survey, cannot get its graduation outcome

-Enhanced data quality. Improved internal reporting for decision making

-Opportunity to enhance processes' efficiency

 

 

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Current project status

Report Date RAG Budget Effort Completed Effort to complete
August 2022 AMBER 620.0 days 1,304.0 days 559.0

Project Info

Project
Data Futures - Requirements Analysis & Implementation
Code
SAC077
Programme
Student Systems Partnership SSP
Management Office
ISG PMO
Project Manager
Franck Bergeret
Project Sponsor
Brandi Headon
Current Stage
Build
Status
In Progress
Project Classification
Run
Start Date
26-Nov-2018
Planning Date
21-Dec-2018
Delivery Date
31-Aug-2023
Close Date
30-Sep-2023
Programme Priority
3
Overall Priority
Higher
Category
Compliance

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