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December 6, 2021
Thank you for taking part in training for advanced access to the UC Merced Oracle Financials system. We invite you to complete a brief survey about your learning experience. Your feedback will help us fine-tune other Oracle system training and determine what other aspects of the university...
December 6, 2021
To: Faculty and staff Campus colleagues, As we speed toward the holiday break, I wanted to update you on progress made in improving users’ experiences with UC Merced’s Oracle-based financial management system. Nearly all the initiatives shared here are the result of formal and...
November 19, 2021
The following information from DFA appeared in the Nov. 19 Research Newsletter. Procurement Thanks to exceptional effort by the CBS2 team, the ticket backlog continues to fall. The backlog is currently at 1,052 tickets and the day when we go below 1,000 is nearing. Addressing...
November 12, 2021
The following information from DFA appeared in the Nov. 12 Research Newsletter. Procurement The CBS2 team has focused on training our new hires this week. As a result, tickets are holding steady relative to last week, but we anticipate a reduction soon with the addition our new hires, and...
November 5, 2021
The following information from DFA appeared in the Nov. 12 Research Newsletter. Procurement     The CBS2 team continues to make progress on the backlog of tickets. The current number is at 1,099. This represents a 17% reduction over the last month. Addressing the backlog of...
October 27, 2021
To the faculty of UC Merced, Over the past month, we have held a number of town halls and meetings to discuss how to further support the research enterprise on campus. These meetings have been extremely productive, and we greatly appreciate your participation and engagement in the process....
May 13, 2021
NOTE: This message was sent May 13, 2021, to faculty, the Joint Council, and staff at the Office of Research & Economic Development.   Dear colleagues, We recognize that the transition to Oracle has been frustrating for researchers and wanted to provide an update and...