Oregon’s current Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) are antiquated, green-screen systems that are more than 20 years old and do not provide the data and management information we need. An updated, modern HRIS will free up HR professionals to do meaningful HR work, and will give decision makers the tools and information necessary to best manage the state’s workforce.
This past legislative session, the need for a new HRIS gained enough support to move forward. As a first step, the Improving Government Steering Committee initiated a project to build a business case to bring to the Legislature in 2014. The business case will help demonstrate the many benefits that will come from an HR information management system that allows HR professionals to spend less time on data entry and more time supporting employees, managers, and decision-makers.
Strategic Initiatives Project Manager
Office of the Chief Operating Officer
Department of Administrative Services
State of Oregon
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Project Documents (pdf)
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