The FDM team is currently working on putting together examples to give users a clearer idea of how the transition will work. They're currently identifying and analyzing how current common business processes are carried out in the COA to be able to create examples so users can understand the translation.
Here are three ways to be sure you get the information you want:
- Create an FDM stream for yourself in the online CommunityHub. The general UVAFinance Community has lots of great information about a variety of FST-related topics, of course. But if you're really looking to hone in on a specific topic, such as FDM, you can create a stream that enables you to have content gathered for you by people and tags you've selected. Here's a link to a community post with info about understanding feeds. It also includes guidance on how to set up your own stream. There's more info on custom streams available from Jive, the CommunityHub platform. Use the #fdm tag when building your stream, or you can also always search the community with keywords or tags to find content of interest. The FDM Community page can also be your go-to.
- Read FDM content in the UVAFinance blog. The blog also has lots of information about the
FST projects different areas. Using the search box in the upper left-hand corner of the blog
landing page, you can find posts related to your interests, such as FDM.
- Check out the latest meeting slides. The Fiscal Administrators group and FST Advisory Group get updates about recent project activities. Slide decks from those meetings are posted promptly and are a great source of new information about FDM and other topics.