Tune in to the Administrative Transformation Program’s Status Update to hear the latest program news.
The Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) will begin Phase 1 activities in July 2021, following a six-month preparation period.
Join ATP’s Nick Tincher and Steve Kish to get the latest program news, hear about our recent accomplishments, and get the scoop on current and upcoming work.
Get the latest news and updates from the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP).
The Administration Transformation Program’s (ATP’s) Director Nick Tincher and Program Executive Steve Kish will discuss the program’s recent accomplishments, revised strategy and timeline, and current and upcoming work.
The Research Administration Modernization Project (RAMP) will host virtual vendor demonstrations later this summer.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) will slow its request to the Board of Regents to authorize moving the program into Phase 1.
The Administrative Transformation Program’s (ATP’s) Director Nick Tincher and Executive Steve Kish detail ATP’s accomplishments to date and describe the program’s upcoming plans.
All University of Wisconsin faculty and staff are invited to join the Administrative Transformation Program (ATP) on February 26 for the latest program update.
Members of the University of Wisconsin’s administrative communities came from near and far to participate in ATP’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) software demonstrations on January 14–17 and 21–24.