NameCampus Partner Go-LiveValuePhaseHealthManager
Admin Time   NoneJulie Sharpe
Operations - Production Services To aid Production Services with organizing and managing their operational objectives2 - PlanningNoneChristine Bauder
Office 365 Email and Chat This project will transition System Administration email & chat service from on-premise Microsoft Exchange to cloud-based Office 365, to increase efficiencies, increase disaster-recovery, reduce the cost of supporting email, align with our campus partners and create a foundation for future collaboration tools across CU.2 - PlanningNoneEric Brown
PSC Data Mart and Reporting Dashboard Project This project will help the Procurement Service Center (PSC) control costs and align expenditures to operating revenue. PSC uses a significant amount of data from various source systems to monitor and manage spend activity. The implementation of a new integrated data mart and interactive dashboard that measures, monitors and manages spend performance will drive operational efficiencies and enable a self-service reporting capability across the University. Dashboards are used to summarize spend data in one integrated view and create insight with the opportunity to better judge performance and predict results early on. The creation of a dashboard eliminates the need to interpret complex and unstructured data sets and displays the data into an easy to use format. End users can visualize spend data about their department at the line level or summarized into one integrated view; and can also be customized to display the information that is relevant to an end user. PSC’s goal of the dashboard is to expedite the delivery of monthly performance reports across the organization and reduce the time it takes end users to interpret and review results.2 - PlanningNoneCindy Kraft
eRA InfoEd V15 Point Release Upgrade The latest release updates the code base in several key areas. It will: - Modernize the interface in Proposal Tracking (PT) and Award Tracking (AT) by introducing a new color scheme and doing away with folder icons for menus with a simpler look and feel. - Introduces 'One-click' features in Conflict of Interest (COI) and Human Subjects (HS) modules - Enhanced features added to routing that include eForms as tabs, more options for rich text editing, and progressive text search - eForms+ in COI - Added features in the ENABLE portal to improve user experience - Our current release is 12+ months behind the current release code. - Several bug fixes not available until a new code version is installed - Kendo grid formating adds filtering and sorting options not available previously2 - PlanningNoneEric Brown
Online MS-EE Degree This project will allow UIS to support CU Boulder in creating a fully online, MOOC based MS degree/Certificates in Electrical Engineering using Coursera.2 - PlanningRedSiegfried Appelt
SAN Replacement The SAN replacement project is a technical refresh and improvement of existing storage systems at all three sites (Grant, Hosting, E-Fort) and impacts all UIS data storage. This refresh and re-platform effort is included in the FY20 annual plan and aligns to the UIS strategic plan by significantly increasing storage and enabling capabilities necessary to support UIS next generation services. The project benefits UIS services and customers by supporting the projected future storage, performance and availability requirements, enabling more hot maintenance, improving and enabling our disaster recovery capabilities, supporting cross-campus data co-location and disaster recovery collaboration efforts, and serves as a foundational component for UIS’ multi-cloud strategy. This project will be accomplished via the following technical objectives: * Increase storage space at all sites to support both normal/projected capacity growth needs as well as the storage, performance, and feature requirements of the UIS MultiCloud design. * This upgrade will regularize storage system configuration across all sites and increase usable data space at Hosting (754 TB) and E-Fort (978 TB) to 1,544 TB per site (total 3.088 PB across Hosting and E-Fort). The storage system at Grant will increase from 279 TB to 638 TB. Overall UIS total usable space will be increased to 3.726 PB from ~2 PB at project completion. * Enterprise-wide non-production (EFort) and production (Hosting) sites will gain the capability to host cross-site copies of structured (database) as well as non-structured data (NAS and other file systems), which will facilitate hot maintenance and dramatically improve Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO) in disaster recovery (DR) situations. * The upgrade will initiate cross-site object storage capabilities (S3) for UIS and enable desired campus DR data co-location collaboration efforts in future. * The upgrade will re-design current tiered storage deployment to more efficiently utilize disk resources.2 - PlanningNoneJulie Sharpe
CS PUM 12 This Project provides important regulatory financial aid updates, and bug fixes for other IT, administrative and student users of the application. Administrative users will benefit from enhancements and bug fixes for additional components.3 - ExecutionGreenPhillip Curry
Open Enrollment 2019Wed 7/31/19The Open Enrollment project prepares the Human Capital Management (HCM) system for the employee benefits open enrollment period scheduled for April 22 - May 10, 2019. Employee Services coordinates all employee communications, carrier fairs and informational sessions on each campus and manages the functional requirements and configurations to accommodate benefits changes in HCM. UIS provides application and system support during the open enrollment period, as well as development and file distribution support for vendor interfaces during the post-open enrollment period3 - ExecutionGreenTricia Strating
Operational Event Logging/QRadar ReplacementThu 2/14/19A new centralized operational information and event management tool will now allow UIS teams to more efficiently track, monitor, log and access system information. When users experience an error or a system experiences a service incident, this new tool will help UIS teams to more quickly identify its source and resolve the incident or issue. This new system has been in production for more than six months. In March 2019, UIS will retire IBM QRadar application and move all the content it monitored to the new tool. Using a centralized logging tool across all UIS applications will provide consistency, efficiencies and support operational excellence.3 - ExecutionGreenSteve Thormod
Leepfrog Phase 3 - Student Registration within Class SearchThu 9/12/19Allow Boulder students to register for classes directly using the FocusSearch interface * Better experience for the students (more integrated) * More intuitive experience (feedback from students is that Class Search is very intuitive; Campus Solutions is not)3 - ExecutionGreenSiegfried Appelt
New Service Framework The UIS reorganization and New Service Framework will strengthen partnerships with the campuses to more effectively set strategy and coordinate efforts. In addition, UIS and campus partners will benefit from a holistic view of the delivery pipeline. This effort was identified as a top opportunity in the maturation of UIS as the organization responds to the velocity and quality of expected changes. This effort supports IT Governance IT Strategic and Annual Plan efforts.3 - ExecutionRedDorene Beaver
Unified Student Experience (USE) Buff Portal MVPTue 10/1/19More effectively supporting students throughout their matriculation at CU-Boulder that links to the Chancellor’s retention goals, specifically through objective 1.1: Foster student success by engaging campus leadership on campus-wide student retention efforts, and 1.1.3. Modify existing IT services (MyCUBoulder/MyCUInfo and various portals) to create a unified one-portal experience for students.3 - ExecutionGreenSteve Thormod
HCM Tools 8.56 and PUM 29 UpgradeSat 3/23/19This project ensures the PeopleSoft platform of HCM is up-to-date and staying within vendor support. It also allows for UIS to support business user needs represented through quicker adoption of PeopleSoft feature sets that are dependent on PT 8.56 and the HCM PUMs3 - ExecutionGreenSteve Thormod
      
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