Active Projects

Titlesort descending Status Status Summary Reported
Box Implementation On Hold

The two remaining deliverables on this project are account deprovisioning and Box group management.  Work definition for groups for Box is occuring.  Based upon estimates, the current timeline is estimated to be delivery of groups during Spring term.

eProcurement Green

The eProcurement Project is moving along well.  Configuration for the Supplier Management Module is at ~95% and the eProcurement & Accounts Payable Modules are at ~70%. The first of two Focus Group events is scheduled for March 7-8, 2017, with attendees from system users, including Business Centers, Business Affairs and Procurement and Contract Services will provide input and critical analysis to the solution configuration and business processes for identifying key challenges and action items that should be considered in configurations efforts.

In addition to on-going design and configuration meetings, Advisory Group meetings and Executive Steering Committee meetings, engagement activities has included targeted presentations for ITCC, DCA, Cosine IT, and COB.  Additional targeted presentations and campus listening session scheduling is in process.



eRA Research Office Software Deployment Green

The electronic Research Administration (eRA) project involves three modules, one for managing Conflicts of Interest (COI), one for human research protection (IRB), and one for animal research protection (IACUC, “eye-ah-cook”).  The COI module work is about 2/3 complete, IACUC is about 10%, and IRB is about 5%.  Have contracted a project manager to complete deploying the COI module, and will hire a permanent project manager to lead the IACUC and IRB modules.

eSignature Green

We are ready for a "soft launch", expected to be happening on Monday, February 13.  The first implementation is for the Food Innovation Center, who will use DocuSign to have taste testers sign the required participation agreements.  A general announcement that DocuSign is being implemented will go out to the OSU community mid-week.  We want people know that they may begin to see requests for signatures.  Open forums are planned for March and April, which will introduce the product, answer questions and provide information on "how to get started".

A Business Process Reengineering (BPR)  plan has been developed to aid groups in designing their DocuSign implementations.  BPR Facilitator training starts mid-March.  (Applications for facilitator training participants are available on our DocuSign web site.  We are looking for 20 more participants.)  The DocuSign Data Dictionary has been designed, and programming work on it has begun. Steering Committee Members are being trained, certified and promoted into Prod as DocuSign Administrators.  DocuSign Developer training will be available beginning the week of February 20. 

IAM - Account Unification Green

Forestry is moving forward in small batch unifications of approximately 5 users.  They completed one unification in January, have two scheduled in February, and have approximately 70 users remaining.  Athletics has not yet started unification.  At this point, few accounts outside of Athletics and Forestry remain un-unified. 

IAM - Sponsored and Guest Accounts On Hold

IAM continues to create sponsored accounts for departments as requested.  The Internet2 TIER Release 1 has been released.  After upgrading the currently components, IAM will investigate the included tools for person registrity functions for feature fit and suitability.  This work will likely not occur until late summer. 

Load Balancer Migration Green

Phase 2 of the project has been defined to include the following:

  1. Move remaining services from Brocade to Netscaler
  2. Enable WAF service capability on Netscaler
  3. Block known bad IPs

In progress to complete these activities

Mobile App Green

Development testing and MOU processing is complete, production testing is underway. Release expected in February.

Scope is most flexible in this project, and the platform allows us to slipstream the activation of modules at any time in the future; we may take advantage of that if needed.

New Core Migration Green

Infrastructure Operations worked with teams from AT, CN, NOS, and Valley Library and completed migration in Valley Library.

Library, Milne and Kerr have a total of 5 old core hosts left. Furman migration is complete. Gilkey, Kidder, and Milam are expected to complete Spring 2017.

The New Core is now enabled in 134 campus buildings.

The list of buildings enabled for "new core" is here.

TeamDynamix Deployment Green

Client Services, Server Support Web and Mobile Services, Information Security Office are currently using TeamDynamix.  Shared Infrastructure Group, and Identity and Access Management are also utilizing TD, minus e-mail intake. Network Operations and Telecomm are the next groups. Asset management is currently under investigation, starting with Client Services and Telecomm.

Rolling out the Client Portal tomorrow, Feburary 14, 2017.