Human Subject Payments system goes live July 14

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On July 14, 2014, UF’s new Human Subject Payments (HSP) system will go live—providing a new “one-stop shop” experience for departments, improving turnaround time and reducing the overall administrative burden of paying human subject participants in UF research studies. All new requests for human subject payments will use the new processes, which will affect how payments are coordinated, disbursed and tracked in the myUFL system.

Several new security roles will be introduced in conjunction with the new system—including two new “view-only” roles. Please visit the HSP section of Finance and Accounting’s website for complete information on security roles and associated training requirements.

Those interested in learning more about the new system are invited to attend a Research Administration and Compliance Brown Bag on Thursday, July 8, 2014, at noon in Conference Room 104 of the Shepard Broad Building. No registration is required; please feel free to bring your lunch.

Following the system’s go-live, several hands-on sessions will be available to provide employees with additional assistance in navigating the new system. Please watch for further details with times and locations later this month.

For more information about the Human Subject Payments project, including answers to frequently asked questions, please visit the Human Subject Payments section of Finance & Accounting’s website or contact Suzanne Sindledecker at or 352-392-9057.