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BPR

Business Process Redesign

Business Process Redesign (BPR) for Higher Education was a methodology that was introduced in a 1994 publication of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) and was implemented within the Division of Business and Finance in 2000.  A total of nine processes were mapped-out, evaluated for non-value added steps, and streamlined for effectiveness and efficiency.  In 2003, CP&F joined the second phase of this effort by evaluating five existing processes and have since established a goal to evaluate 15 processes on an annual basis.

In 2006, SACUBO recognized UWG's efforts in BPR with a best practice award.  This achievement was also documented in the February 2007 edition of the NACUBO Business Officer magazine.