Public Sector Track

About This Track

The Public Sector track provides a forum for sharing information and experiences among peers from state, local governments, K-12 schools and utility organizations. Higher Education members are encouraged to take a look at the Public Sector track. Many of our experiences and processes cross industry lines and are relevant to your organization as well.

Public Sector uses a broad range of Oracle modules including Recruitment, Time and Labor, Benefits, Payroll, General Ledger, Grants, Project Costing, Accounts Payable, Procure to Pay, and Budgeting and Planning. New or seasoned Alliance members, come and connect with the public sector community. We are eager to share our experiences with you and hear about your creative innovations as well.

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A Few of Our Sessions

FLUID - Open Enrollment and beyond!

Arkalgud Venkatesh, BS, MBA
County of Alameda
Director of Technical Services

Employees will love it. But how do you transition from good old classic pages to new FLUID pages. What challenges do you face? Is it have to be a big bang approach or can it be phased (what does that mean?). What else can make OE appealing to employees. Come see first-hand how we did it at Alameda County!

PeopleSoft Fluid User Interface Panel

Sarah Tongier
State of Kansas
Team Lead, Systems Team

The session will be a discussion lead by an experienced panel to understand how institutions are leveraging Fluid user interface at their institutions. We will start with an introduction about the panelists' institution's PeopleSoft implementation, learn about their experiences, lessons learned and eventually go into Q&A session with audience participation.

Powerful eForms on a Pauper's Budget

Serena Gregor
Hennepin County
IT Manager

Hennepin County's journey on implementing GT Forms. Innovative ways we've implemented various forms to gain efficiencies and automation. Latest form introduced was the Finance Security Request form.

Our Complete Agenda

Note that this listing below includes sessions from other tracks that we think you may be interested in. If you are using our mobile app, make sure to select the track you see listed below in order to get that session added to your agenda.

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Monday, March 30

Tuesday, March 31

Wednesday, April 1