The Fall 2019 FINDINI 4.0.16 release will be available to users on Monday November 18, 2019.
Short Summary: The focus during this release timeline continues to be with our collaboration, development, testing, and rollout for our next phase of the ITCRB project, Buy-to-Pay, which will be delivered to Production in the Spring of 2020.We have worked on several new CAPs enhancements during this release timeline that have already been delivered to Production. We have also been working on the new individual digital disbursement payment process during this release timeline, and that has been delivered to Production. In addition, within FINDINI 4.0.16, we are addressing the standard security and compliance software and database patching to keep EBS, CPATH, and our automated testing platform OATS, up to date with many industry security regulations and requirements.
We are a little over a month live with the first major phase of Position Tracking and Reporting. A HUGE thank you to those of you in the schools and units that have put so much effort into making this transition as smooth as possible. Since we have been live, you have collectively processed over 1,300 position requests. Your partnership and patience has been greatly appreciated by the team.
On Friday, November 1st we introduced new position history functionality. All position tracking users now have access to a position history tile which allows them to view the history of all incumbents and of all approved changes for a given position. Additional details on this tile may be found in our updated “Viewing, Preparing and Approving a Position” job aid on the Harvard Training Portal.... Read more about Position Tracking Status and Enhancements
Electronic Payment for Individuals We are excited to introduce Zelle - a fast, safe, and easy way for individuals to receive electronic payments from Harvard. This payment option is available to individuals in the B2P Supplier Portal as of 10/16/19. Individuals with a US bank account and email address can choose Zelle as their preferred payment method in their Supplier Portal profile to receive electronic payment.... Read more about B2P Updates - November 2019
The description for one of the two Costing Options on the Payline Transaction Form is being updated in advance of the future implementation of costing at the position level. The description “Use Appt Level Costing” is being changed to “Use Existing Costing”. There is no change to how the form functions as a result of this label change. When this option is selected, it means that the payment will be processed using the employee’s existing costing on the Department Budget Table and does not need to be provided on the form.... Read more about Modification to PeopleSoft Payline Transaction Form
The Ad Hoc Reporting Project (ARP)’s mission is to implement a modernized ad-hoc reporting software solution (Tableau) and support the migration from Brio to the new platform. Our number one guiding principle for this project is to advance HUIT’s vision of empowering the Harvard community through technology that enables effortless access to data, information and knowledge.... Read more about Ad Hoc Reporting Project Update – November 2019
If GLACIER determines a foreign individual is possibly eligible to claim a new tax treaty exemption for 2019, the completed GLACIER submission must be received by the Nonresident Alien Tax Compliance Office no later than 4pm on Friday, November 29th. This deadline is necessary due to IRS annual processing requirements and the short operating month of December allowed to meet these requirements. Submissions received after the November 29th deadline will only be under consideration for tax exemption beginning in 2020.