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IT Governance Request for Proposals on Teaching & Learning and Business Technology
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Cultivating a Community of Makers at UCSF in Partnership with the Library
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The Makers Lab has positioned itself to be at the center of learning, inspiration, and exploration at UCSF in the ten months since opening. The Makers Lab has been well received by the UCSF community, especially by students, who have limited options for pursuing creative projects on campus where they can tinker, play, innovate, and build community. Faculty and course staff have also shown an increasing interest in using the Makers lab to support curriculum, either for discrete projects or for small group activities associated with coursework. We use maker and maker movement as umbrella terms for independent inventors, designers, and tinkerers1.
We are requesting $82,500 from the IT Governance for Teaching & Learning and Business Technology to fund the purchase of additional equipment for the Makers Lab over a three-year period (e.g. 3D printers, 3D scanners, programmable electronics, emerging technologies, etc.). The equipment will be used to support projects in the Makers Lab and to develop a Mobile Makers Lab service designed to bring innovation to classrooms and other locations across UCSF campuses. The proposal meets strategic, operational, and financial criteria as detailed below.
As UCSF moves more employees into open plan work environments how does the institution manage the (currently) physical documents associated with their work and the historical documents that need to be readily accessible to employees.
Initiate a comprehensive scoping project to determine best options for a campus wide document management system and identify possible funding options.
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Implement a centrally approved, enterprise-wide PCI compliant ecommerce solution that:
is competitively priced
is easy to use
is flexible, adaptable, and scaleable
AND has the security in place to protect the University, its departments doing business, and their customers against payment card data breaches
Engage in a consulting agreement with business technology management experts to help UCSF maximize user interaction and effectiveness with UCSF business systems.
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Expand scope of Department of Medicine web-based performance evaluation portal to be available for use to all non-represented staff.
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The ultimate goal of a pay equity study is to develop a model that provides an understanding of the company’s pay structure and that explains differences in pay among comparable employees. – Donald Deere, Economist
UCSF Campus HR seeks 100,000 in initial funding (scoping and data gathering phase) and 149,000 (implementation phase) for an application to facilitate internal and external equity studies for all staff positions at UCSF.
The UCSF Financial Compliance Dashboard is a tool that will provide quick indicators to a Department or Unit of its financial compliance risks. We operate in a complex environment governed by a multitude of policies and regulations. Managing our business to ensure we are in compliant with all rules is challenging and oftentimes not performed very well. We want to create a tool in which departments/units could use to monitor financial compliance effectively and efficiently. We aim to incorporate the most critical areas of compliance in this dashboard as to not overwhelm the users, yet co