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Departmental Administrators Module (DAM) System

Departmental Administrators Module (DAM)

System overview

The Departmental Administrators Module (DAM) is a suite of reports are split into four categories: UCL Employees Reports - General Employee Reports; UCL Absences and Sickness - Absence and Sickness Reports; UCL Monitoring - Ethnicity and Disability Data UCL Costing Information - Cost Analysis Data. DAM access does not automatically include Cost Analysis Reports. A separate registration process is provided by the Finance Division.

Launch Departmental Administrators Module (DAM)

Live system
» Departmental Administrators Module (DAM) Live site
User acceptance testing system
» Departmental Administrators Module (DAM) UAT site

Basic Details

Organisational overview
  • Developed in-house by UCL ISD
  • Overall support from Human Resources
    For assistance raise a web call with the HR Systems Helpdesk following this link: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/hr/helpdesk/
Registration requirements
- Registration required for use (to be signed off by Head of Department).
System requirements
- This application requires the java plug-in. More information on Java versions and installation .
- DAM should be accessed using Internet Explorer (IE6 or higher) in a Windows environment.

Departmental Administrators Module (DAM) FAQ

Cost Analysis Tool

For details on how to access the Cost Analysis Tool follow the link below.

Documentation

A user manual to support users of the system can be accessed following the link below.

Further Information

Support Info

Training Information

  • » Training

    For guidance on how to use the DAM system refer to the documentation in the Frequently Asked Questions.

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