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MAJOR PROJECTS + INITIATIVES

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MAJOR PROJECTS + INITIATIVES

Learn about the key IT efforts that are supporting UCR's mission and growth:

CA Gender Act

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Pursuant to the Gender Recognition and Lived Name policy issued by the UC Office of the President on November 6, 2020, the University must provide the minimum three equally recognized gender options on university-issued documents and IT Resource systems — woman, man and nonbinary — and an efficient process for current students and employees and UC alumni and affiliates to retroactively amend their gender designations and lived names on university-issued documents, including eligible academic documents, and in IT Resource systems. This project will include discovery efforts to identify ITS managed systems that are subject to this policy, a determination of the level of effort required to remediate such systems, the remediation & modification of non-compliant systems, and the establishment of internal ITS process to ensure that any new system implementation that falls within the scope of this policy is also compliant with the requirements noted above. 

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Impact23 

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The Impact23 program is a multi-year initiative that will transform the way UC Riverside (UCR) transacts, develops budgets, tracks spending/revenue, and performs financial reporting. With robust organizational representation and input from subject matter experts and advisors across UCR central offices and academic departments, the program's focus is to implement the UC mandated Common Chart of Accounts (CCOA), standardize business processes, and replace existing financial systems with new, cloud-based applications that include Concur Travel & Expense, Kuali Sponsored Programs, and Oracle. 

 

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IAMRiverside

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The University’s objective is to improve security, governance, and optimize the account lifecycle for university-issued accounts and access for all students, staff, faculty, and guests of the University by 2023. To accomplish this objective, we will replace the current homegrown identity registry with a sustainable and scalable commercial off the shelf solution that integrates with existing authoritative identity information sources and downstream systems.  Authoritative sources include UCPath, Banner, Destiny One and others that have key information/attributes about people.  Downstream systems that will use this pipeline include Active Directory, OpenLDAP, etc.

 

 

 

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