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Yes, there are security roles including Cost Center Approver and Cost Center Financial Analyst, Project Financial Analyst for users who need to view their specific Start Up or Indirect Cost Recovery Projects, Program Financial Analyst, Fund Financial Analyst for CTO staff to see all Fund 32 Clinical Trials, etc.

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As the vice president of Worldwide Marketing, Big Data & Analytics at IBM, Dave Laverty is responsible for marketing IBM's global data and analytics business including software, services, infrastructure and solutions. This includes IBM's global marketing strategy and go-to-market initiatives for the category including portfolio market management, leadership messaging and positioning, digital and channel strategy and programs, and industry solutions.Dave has more than 25 years of technology industry experience. Prior to his current role he served as VP of Marketing for IBM's Information Management Software Division. He also served as Chief Marketing Officer of Cognos, Inc., a firm specializing in analytics and performance management software which was acquired by IBM in 2008. As a member of the global management team, he led Cognos� global go-to-market strategy, encompassing both strategy and marketing execution.Dave has also worked with a variety of technology organizations including NCR, Computervision, and served as VP of Marketing for Surebridge, and VP Americas Marketing for IBM Lotus Software. He earned his degree in Business Administration from Bryant University.

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Killexams : Human Resources Stars


The Compensation Plan Star includes the projected compensation plan for an appointment. This star is intended  to be used to project monthly salary for an individual per position. The star contains historical data as well as 12 months into the future. The grain statement is one row per Personnel Number (PERNR), per pay period, per account combination. The data in this star is refreshed nightly.

Caution: The star uses a significantly reduced amount of Wage Types compared to Payroll Charge. If summer data is in SAP (Infotype 15), then summer salary is included in the this star. This star does not contain Fringe Benefits; fringe benefits are calculated when payroll is processed. The FTE for past months will only be picked up if the person was an active employee on the first day of the month.  


The Employee Action Star includes employee actions by appointment. The Employee Action star can be useful when looking at turnover, employee histories or details of employee actions. These actions are from Infotype 0001 (Actions) prior to 1/1/2019 and SuccessFactors' Job History after 1/1/2019. Examples of actions include Separation/Transfer, Change in Pay or Transfer. This data includes Personnel Action Types as well as Action Reasons. This data can be looked at by Action Date or by Changed Date.


The Employee Appointment Star holds a record for each instance of employment since the inception of SAP in June 2007. The star includes descriptive information in the dimension tables for employees (i.e. Hire date, Position title, Job title, Employee class, etc.).

This star can be used to identify trends in employee movement over time, do headcount reporting, or track job requisition and position trends.

Employee Leave Star

Employee Leave II Star


This star allows users to see time account balances and estimated payouts with account details by appointment.

Employee Time Account Details Star


The employee time star contains attendance and absence entries from SuccessFactors.


Time valuation is the process of totaling time by Time Type Code and then applying business rules to assign the hours logged to the correct wage type. Valuation is the last step of the time data processing before SuccessFactors data is moved to employee Central Payroll.


The Employee Time Sheet Star captures data on both weekly Time Sheets as a whole and the individuals entries that are captured in each time sheet. It joins Time Sheet data to other standard HR and Financial dimensions It includes both attendances recorded on the time sheet, and absences that have flowed into the SuccessFactors Time Sheet from the Time Off request page been broken into daily increments on the time sheet. This star also provides information about workflows and approvals for both time sheets and time entries. Data from the external web clock application is available in this Star .Business leaves recorded as an action are not available in this star. Costing distribution and estimated costs of leaves will be available in this star as a part of a future enhancement planned for Q2 2021. Data about accruals or quotas are not available in this star. Instead, the Employee Time Account Details Star should be used.


The Employee Quota Star is used for reporting on each of the quota balances, including the costs/liabilities associated with these balances.


The Payroll Charge table contains payroll charges to people and the accounts against which the payments are charged. This table provides reporting on an employee's current and historic compensation by pay period.

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Killexams : Administrative Systems and Services

Internet Native Banner (INB) is used by office staff on campus to administer applicant and student records, package and award financial aid, enter, approve and track financial transactions, control the hiring process, run payrolls, track donor giving and potential donors, and other duties.

Access INB securely through the "Tools" tab on the mySLU portal. The following modules are available: 

Financial Aid

The SLU Banner Financial Aid module is used by advanced users performing various functions for the University. Student financial aid processes and procedures are performed within the Financial Aid module. This means a very close association with the Office of Admissions.

Once students are accepted, the information within Financial Aid is intertwined with other information in the Student system. To further maximize its data availability, the Financial Aid system is also fully integrated with the Finance, Human Resources, and Alumni/Development modules.


The SLU Banner Finance module is an online product that uses the Oracle Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) to maintain and share data. The Finance module can function as a stand-alone system or be integrated with the other Banner modules to provide access to information that already exists in the database.

The Banner Finance module is a complete financial information and management system that delivers strategic financial data that University executives and business officers need to make the right fiscal decisions. It meets GAAP requirements and addresses the latest FASB and GASB positions on depreciation accounting and financial reporting. The system distributes purchasing functions to the Purchasing Department and accounts payable and check processing functions to the Accounts Payable Department. Each module is designed for the department it serves.

Overall, the SCT Banner Finance system provides a comprehensive, integrated financial management system that enables you to track, maintain, and process all of your relevant financial data.

Human Resources

The SLU Banner Human Resources module is an online product that uses the Oracle Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) to maintain and share data. The Human Resources module can function as a stand-alone system or be integrated with the other Banner modules allowing you to access information that already exists in the database.

The Human Resources system supports personnel recordkeeping, payroll functions, compensation, and other essential University needs. Additionally, information in the Human Resources system supports other systems, including e-mail and SLU People Finder.


SCT Banner Student supports the full range of functions necessary for student administration, including registration; data collection for scheduling of classes, admissions, assignment of housing, faculty workload analysis, and creation of catalogs; all accounts receivable; and academic history and degree audit reporting.

The Student module benefits many administrative offices. To further maximize its data availability, the Student system is fully integrated with the Finance, Human Resources, Alumni/Development, and Financial Aid modules.


The SLU Banner Advancement/Alumni module supports the diverse activities critical to a successful University advancement program. Day-to-day operations of the alumni and development offices, such as maintaining comprehensive information about individuals and organizations, tracking pledges, and recording gifts, are handled through Banner and its forms. Banner also provides the necessary information for program planning and evaluation. Online processing keeps biographical and giving records continually updated.

The SCT Banner Advancement System receives valuable information on new graduates as well as past and present students from the SCT Banner Student system through an interface.

Similarly, financial data from the SCT Banner Advancement system is transferred through an interface to the SCT Banner Finance system. Payroll deductions from the SCT Banner Human Resources system can be interfaced to create gifts in the SCT Banner Advancement system

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Killexams : 2020-21 Annual Report

Mission Statement

Purdue’s Veterans Success Center (VSC) will provide targeted programming and services for Purdue University students who are veterans, currently serving members of the military, or benefit-using family members—known collectively as VMF.

Vision Statement

The VSC aspires to Strengthen access, retention, and graduation rates to our VMF students as well as increase confidence in the career search process and provide opportunities to connect with potential employers. The VSC aspires to increase Purdue’s national recognition as a leader for supporting VMF students.

Program Elements

The Veterans Success Center provides four broad levels of VMF support:

  • Benefits and Advocacy: Certify and maintain compliance for the GI Bill and catalog approvals; support access to Federal Tuition Assistance and specific State Funded Benefits; and facilitate the process for residency, the military absence policy and military withdrawal. Directly advocate for students and Strengthen campus VMF awareness through Green Zone workshops and student panels.
  • Veteran to Veteran Peer Program (V2V): An orientation and peer program to support the first year for Veteran and Military (VM) students.
  • The Purdue Student Veterans Organization (PSVO): An active student organization created in 2005 and open to the entire VMF population. Advocates for campus change, community service, and shared camaraderie. The Director and Assistant Director serve as Advisors for the SVO.
  • Education to Occupation (E2O): Supporting the VM student’s transition from higher education to career by creating transition awareness, strengthening self-advocacy, and facilitating connections with employers.
  • Veterans Success Center Space: Maintain the VSC physical space that houses staff, work-study students, the PSVO, and space for VMF students.

Program Outcomes

  • Benefits and Advocacy:
  • Program approvals up-to-date via yearly catalog submissions.
  • Staff will maintain benefits proficiency by attending continuing education and conferences.
  • Increase campus awareness of unique attributes of VMF students.
  • Student Leaders:
  • Provided the opportunity to attend the Student Veterans of American Leadership Institute and NATCON and other leadership opportunities.
  • Military-Connected Students:
  • Provided the opportunity to understand their benefits.
  • Benefits processed in a timely manner, within 30 days of registration and enrollment changes.
  • GI Bill audits conducted frequently to ensure enrollment and financial changes are reported as well as to correct any errors.

Assessment Plan

  • Pre- and post-survey for Green Zone participants.
  • Pre- and post-survey for V2V peer participants.
  • Post survey for E2O events.
  • Continue to monitor census data for changes in demographics or characteristics.
  • Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) compliance surveys.
  • Aspirational Assessment Data
    • The racial and ethnic percentages of those who serve in the military are more closely aligned with the U.S. population [1] , but the veteran students at Purdue more closely match Purdue’s less diverse demographics. We would like to explore why if the cohort to pull from is more diverse that Purdue is not attracting a more diverse veteran population.
    • Why are the retention and graduation rates for veteran and military students lower than the Purdue population as a whole?

Notbale Changes from 2019-20 Academic Year

Staffing & Space

  • Third School Certifying Official role filled by Wendy Mouser.
  • Received approval and funding from the Provost’s Office for a fourth School Certifying Official due to increased compliance and complexities of the GI Bill and other benefits such as tuition assistance.
  • Assistant Director Taylor Yo resigned.
  • Received approval and funding to create a full-time, recurring funded Assistant Director position. Position filled by Morgan Torres.
  • Returned to mostly on-campus work with each staff member rotating home one day a week.
  • Received $180,000 commitment from the Provost office for renovation to PMU280. Below is the initial architectural rendering of new space:
  • We created new Banner cohorts so we could more quickly monitor our students in COGNOS. The cohorts can be found in Banner in the SGASADD screen. The following are the new cohorts:
    • All Veteran Students
    • All Military Students
    • All Family Using Military Benefits.
  • Tried to create a Green Zone online training, but working with Information Technology at Purdue (ITaP) and other agencies on campus was painfully slow. Just as we finally got all of the puzzle pieces in place, we were able to start facilitating sessions in person again. We will use the process we developed to offer virtual sessions to remote employees.
  • Development Funds: We were able to raise $3,015 from Purdue Day of Giving as well as another $10,155 over the course of the year.
  • Over the past year, we worked with Purdue For Life and a donor who made a $25,000 revocable deferred pledge to pay over a five year period. The purpose for the donation will be to support women veterans.
  • We worked with Purdue For Life and a donor to fund a $3,000 emergency fund for children of veterans. The difficulty is determining who these students are and making the funds available.

Veteran to Veteran Peer Program (V2V): Due to COVID-19, we adjusted our fall orientation for incoming students. We were not able to train student leaders and relied upon our PSVO leaders. We hosted an event, but only had five incoming students attend.

Purdue Student Veterans Organization (PSVO): The PSVO continues to be the primary source for camaraderie and military-connected student involvement. The new leadership team is running well, but student involvement is starting with low turnouts.

Education to Occupation (E2O): Without an Assistant Director we conducted no E2O programming other than regular emails outlining opportunities.  

Benefits & Legislation

  • Isakson and Roe Veterans Health Care and Benefits Improvement Act of 2020 passed with the following sections that directly affect our campus:
    • Section 1005 Requirements for in-state tuition—removed the “within three years of discharge” requirement for in-state residency for tuition purposes. We worked with the Residency Office to make this part of their decision process.
    • Section 1018 Requirements for educational institutions participating in the educational assistance programs of the Department of Veterans Affairs. Codified to law a list of requirements we were required to comply with by Aug. 1, 2020. Our campus and all Polytechnic Statewide Locations submitted a waiver for more time to ensure we are within compliance. We are currently working to ensure we are within compliance.
    • Section 1019 Overpayments to eligible person or Veterans. In certain circumstances, enrollment changes would cause the student to incur a debt with the VA, this debt is now transferred to the educational institution for collection. This can potentially hurt our students. In the past, if they owed the VA a debt then they could still enroll with the educational institution and have the debt paid by future benefits. Now the student will potentially owe the school and will not be able to register.
  • Received approval for “centralized certification for all Purdue Polytechnic Statewide Locations. This required working with Purdue Polytechnic, the VA and the State Approving Agency (SAA) to receive approval for two primary reasons; 1) each location certified so few students that it was difficult to maintain expertise in the process and 2) the increased complexity of benefits was straining their ability to provide strong compliance. Purdue Polytechnic agreed to fund a .5 FTE clerical level support to our office to maintain this responsibility. We will still work with their Site Administrative Assistants to provide training and knowledge of military connected students and educational benefits so they can still service their students. School Certifying Official, Dawn Amato, is currently managing this portfolio. We now certify the following locations:
    • Purdue Main Campus 11906214
    • Polytechnic Statewide Anderson, VA Facility Code 11918714
    • Polytechnic Statewide Columbus, VA Facility Code 11918614
    • Polytechnic Statewide Indianapolis, VA Facility Code 11919314
    • Polytechnic Statewide Kokomo, VA Facility Code 11918914
    • Polytechnic Statewide Lafayette, VA Facility Code 11918814
    • Polytechnic Statewide New Albany, VA Facility Code 11919214
    • Polytechnic Statewide Richmond, VA Facility Code 11919014
    • Polytechnic Statewide South Bend, VA Facility Code 11919114
    • Polytechnic Statewide Vincennes, VA Facility Code 11919414
  • Worked with Purdue Online to establish one contact for all questions and approvals related to “credit” (John Lewandowski) and one contact for all “non-credit” (John Wellman) courses. Our School Certifying Official, Wendy Mouser, is currently managing this portfolio.
  • The Purdue catalog submitted to the SAA in June of 2020 was not reviewed by them. The SAA asked us to submit a catalog again in 2021 and we did. Our approved catalog is out of compliance with the SAA and VA because of this. The VA’s Education Liaison Representative (ELR) pointed this out to the Director of the VSC. The Director made sure the ELR understood this was directly due to the SAA’s lack of approval and of no fault of Purdue’s.
  • In order to suppress educational institutions from setting up programs of study just to earn GI Bill benefits from students, the VA has a system to monitor the percentage of “supported” versus “non-supported” students. If the percentage of supported students was greater than 85% for any given concentration of study, then the program was closed to future GI Bill students until the percentage fell below 85%. These are called 85/15 reports. There was also a waiver in place that an institution could apply for if the overall percentage of supported students was less than 65% (called a 65/35 waiver) they were not required to submit 85/5 reports each semester. The VA created a “reset” and pulled all institutional waivers. They also changed their definition of “supported” student to not only include GI Bill recipients, but also any student that has not paid their tuition and fees in full by thirty days after the start of a semester—including those who set up payment plans. There is much debate as to whether the VA is going to continue this interpretation of a “supported” student, but in the meantime we are required to submit an 85/15 report at the end of the fall and spring semesters for each facility code we monitor.

In the spring of 2021 the Army tuition assistance program transitioned from GoArmyEd to ArmyIgnitEd. This transition was difficult for two reasons: 1) the Army cut off the old system without having the new system up and running. As of this report in Oct of 2021, the new system is still not running 100% and we are owed over $80,000 for the spring term alone 2) in the old system, the majority of the work was placed on the student and there were minor touch points by both Bursar (invoicing) and the VSC (grades). The new system transferred nearly all of the work to the institution. We are now required to submit VERY prescribed reports for entire university catalog, student registrations, student billing, student grades, and student graduations. We are currently working with institutional report writers to help complete these reports.

Our Data

For a full picture of our data from the 2020-21 academic year, please view or obtain our Full Annual Report by clicking the button below.

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