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Go-Live is the Starting Line: ctcLink Post Go-Live Planning Guide

August 06, 2021

The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) ctcLink Project team released a ctcLink 90-Day Post Go-Live Planning Guide to help Deployment Group 5 and 6 (DG5 and DG6) colleges plan for post go-live activities. DG2, DG3 and DG4 colleges may also find parts of the guide useful as a reference tool as they continue to stabilize and evolve their local ctcLink structures. >>

DG6 Go-Live Dates and Important ctcLink System Downtimes

July 28, 2021

With go-live dates only seven months away, Deployment Group 6 (DG6) colleges are keeping busy with training and data validation activities. At nine colleges — Bates Technical College, Clover Park Technical College, Columbia Basin College, Lake Washington Institute of Technology, Renton Technical College, Shoreline Community College, South Puget Sound Community College, Walla Walla Community College, and Yakima Valley College — DG6 has the distinction of being both the last and the largest ctcLink deployment group. As with prior deployment weekends, ctcLink has planned outage periods scheduled for all live colleges. >>

ctcLink Support Scales Up to Serve Colleges

July 14, 2021

By this time next year, all of Washington State’s community and technical colleges and the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) agency expect to be fully implemented (live) on ctcLink PeopleSoft. The ctcLink Support organization — whose primary role is to support, stabilize and work toward optimizing the ctcLink system — is scaling up as the ctcLink Project completes its final implementation activities in partnership with ctcLink Deployment Groups 5 and 6. >>

Colleges Learn and Lead Together During Virtual ctcLink Summit

June 01, 2021

More than 70 ctcLink project managers (PM), organizational change managers (OCM), and ctcLink executive sponsors (ES), representing all 30 community and technical college districts, gathered during a virtual ctcLink Executive Sponsor and Project Manager Summit on May 21, 2021, to learn about the ctcLink Project from a leadership lens. Most important, the colleges learned the most from each other, with those already live on ctcLink sharing lessons learned, their hopes for the future of ctcLink, change management techniques, and building connections with their peers. >>

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