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By using Nolij to route and store travel authorization documents and record electronic signatures, we can track the status of any authorization application and determine quickly and easily whether all paperwork, including liability waivers, defensive driving certifications, and volunteer forms have been completed. The current manual system is slow and inefficient, delaying decision-making and increasing the potential for cost increases.
4/30/15: Ken has addressed some of the final issues and is working on the cloning feature. Once that's completed, the project will be handed off to the requestors for final testing and rollout.
3/26/15: Final revisions to the form and routing process have been delayed because of staff vacations and more time-critical operations work. We expect to be ready to start final testing with the business unit by mid April.
2/24/15: Ken completed as much work on the project as possible before leaving for vacation; we will regroup after his return on 3/4/15.
1/29/2015: Met with Ken Thrift to review testing results. Ken is working on revisions required as a result of the testing. A further meeting will take place this week to discuss the new timeline.
12/15/14: Meeting with Ken Thrift this week to create a task list and timeline. Once these have been established, the go-live date and project end date will be revised accordingly.
10/28/14: Business Services are now ready to resume this project, so the team is reviewing business rules and requirements for final development, test, and roll out.
6/24/14: We have been asked by Business Services to put this project on hold while they finish end-of-year activities. We will resume work on this project in October.
5/29/14: We have not yet been able to schedule resuming eForm testing with Business Services.
4/24/14: eForm testing with Business Services will be resumed in early May.
3/26/14: We continue to work on changes to the eform and will resume testing as soon as possible.
2/26/14: Updates to the eform and workflow are being made now, and testing will resume on 3/10/14. Once the eforms are ready, Administrative Affairs will pilot test the system before releasing it to the campus.
1/27/14: Business Services has reactivated this project; e-form testing will resume in February.
11/26/13: We are working with Business Services to identify an appropriate time to resume work on this project. More information will be posted as it becmes available.
8/27/13: We have been asked by Business Services to put this project on hold while they bring their staffing levels back up. We will resume this project towards the end of September.
6/24/13: We are working with campus testers to finalize the e-form prior to the internal Administrative Affairs roll-out in July.
5/30/13: The new travel form will be going live internally with Administrative Affairs in July 2013 before rolling out to the rest of the campus in early Fall.
4/23/13: Due to upcoming changes in University travel policy, this project is now on hold. Updates will be provided as we get more information.
3/26/13: The e-form for Travel Authorizations is still in progress, and the Business Services team continues to test the workflow. We are working through some policy decisions with the Vice Presidents to determine the proper approval path. With agreement from the team and project sponsor, the decision has been made to change the go-live date to 4/25/13 pending agreement from the Vice Presidents.
2/25/13: TheTravel team is currently testing both the e-forms and the workflow. They are also preparing communications and instructions for the campus in preparation for the March go-live.
1/28/13: The e-form for Travel Authorizations is still in progress, and the Business Services team continues to test the workflow. With agreement from the project sponsor, the decision has been made to change the go-live date to 3/28/13. Demonstrations, training, and information will be available to campus in March,
12/21/12: Business Services staff are testing their workflow internally and will continue testing through January. We are finalizing the e-form that will be used to submit travel authorization requests. Demonstrations, training, and information will be available to campus in February, and the new Travel Authorization workflow is scheduled to go live 2/20/13.
11/27/12: The Nolij programmers have demonstrated the workflow to a limited group of Business Services staff, and an additional demonstration is planned for the rest of the staff. We are still working on the e-form portion of the project; while that process is being completed, the team will begin testing, training and finalizing plans for moving the workflow into production. Campus-wide demonstrations will be conducted once the entire process is finalized.
10/30/12: The Travel team is still working on building the workflow in Nolij. A demonstration will be conducted for the team during the next few weeks.
9/24/12: The Travel team is finalizing their efficiency goals. We have completed our workflow planning and begun building the workflow in Nolij. Workflow building and forms planning will continue over the next few weeks.
8/27/12: Workflow planning will begin next week when Nolij consultants are on site. The remainder of the project timeline will be established during the next few weeks.
8/6/12: Work has begun on defining roles and document types, and we will build out the initial Nolij environment this month. Nolij consultants will be onsite at the beginning of September to begin documenting existing and future processes and start building the workflow.
5/8/12: Project approved and scheduled to start 7/16/12 if Nolij consultants can assist with the project. Otherwise, resource constraints will push the project start date out to January 2013.