UDW+ Operating and Working Committees

UDW+ Operating Committee

The UDW+ Operating Committee consists of representatives from Schools and Administrative Divisions that meet on a quarterly basis, and is responsible for:

  • Overseeing projects' implementation
  • Recommending changes to policies & processes
  • Ensuring School readiness
  • Nominating focus groups
  • Approving communications, training plans, and project deliverables
  • Assisting with the Projects' roll-out
  • Provide feedback regarding UDW+ Support
  • Prioritize backlog items
  • Review and provide input on new releases
  • Recommend new enhancements

UDW+ Student Operating Committee

The UDW+ Student Operating Committee comprises of 33 representatives from Schools and Administrative Divisions that meet on a quarterly basis, and is responsible for:

  • Recommending new enhancements
  • Prioritizing enhancements or fixes for future releases
  • Advising UDW+ Leadership on Student Reporting roadmap

UDW+ Financial Reporting and Analytics Working Committee

The UDW+ Financial Reporting and Analytics Working Committee consists of 29 representatives from Schools and Administrative Divisions that meet on a quarterly basis, and is responsible for:

  • Providing input on Project Deliverables, Training Plans, Communication Plan and Support Model
  • Suggesting changes to Policies & Processes
  • Nominating Focus Group Participants
  • Participating in User Acceptance Testing

UDW+ Departmental Metrics Working Committee

The UDW+ Departmental Metrics Working Committee comprises of 14 representatives of the schools and departments whose data are included in the dashboard and subject area experts. Members are responsible for:

  • Representing the information requirements of schools and departments
  • Overseeing departmental data submissions to the dashboard
  • Identifying data issues requiring resolution

The Committee meets as needed to:

  • Provide input on the dashboard structure and content
  • Identify and reach agreement on definitional and procedural issues