September 10, 2021
Self-identification audit set to begin
The Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance is preparing the annual affirmative action plans. A part of this preparation is an audit of self-identification data for all employees.
If the audit indicates that self-identification data is missing for an employee, the employee will receive an email from staff in the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance. The email will invite the employee to provide self-identification information (other than disability status) by going to OneCampus, selecting the Employee Launchpad SAP SuccessFactors tile and then selecting the My Profile tile after logging in with BoilerKey. Employees who have not provided disability status will be directed to the VPEC website.
If you are a recipient of an email sent by the Office of the Vice President for Ethics and Compliance asking you for self-identification information, this is a legitimate email sent by the University seeking your assistance with efforts to comply with federal affirmative action program requirements.
Employees who have previously submitted self-identification data for race, ethnicity, and/or veteran status are invited to update their data in SuccessFactors. To provide or update disability status, go to the VPEC website, select "Resources," then "Forms." Complete the "Self-Identification of Disability Status for Employees (online form)."
Employees are asked to provide their self-identification information to the University. Any questions about the email should be directed to the compliance data analyst at firstname.lastname@example.org.