Updated On July 20, 2017 - 4:22pm

Preparation for UCLA UCPath Implementation Well Underway

Preparation for UCLA UCPath Implementation Well Underway

On August 24, the UCLA UCPath Campus Advisory Group (CAG) met to discuss UCLA’s UCPath go-live phase.  The Campus Advisory Group, comprised of organization and department leaders from across the UCLA campus, received information on the activities ahead in the coming months (e.g. testing, dress rehearsal, and one-time cutover activities), as well as ways they can continue to prepare their organizations for the transition to UCPath, planned for late December 2017.

Administrative Vice Chancellor, Michael Beck and Vice Chancellor of Academic Personnel, Michael Levine were in attendance and delivered executive sponsor remarks, thanking organization and department leaders for their commitment to successfully implementing UCPath at UCLA, and asking for their continued support as the project moves into the final, critical months before go-live.   Both executives shared that successfully implementing UCPath will represent a major accomplishment for UCLA and will change the way the campus does business. They also thanked the Project Management Office and the full team of subject matter experts who have dedicated their time and energy to the project.

Also on hand to address the Advisory Group were Allison Baird-James, Associate Vice Chancellor, Finance and Controller, and Lubbe Levin, Associate Vice Chancellor of Campus Human Resources.

Campus Advisory Group members will meet again in late September to learn more about the new processes UCPath will bring to their organizations, the communications materials they will be able to share with their organizations and additional details around the planned training approach.