HSC ID: Attestations FAQ

What is an attestation? An attestation is a process in HSC-ID that makes sure certain information is correct and up-to-date. Why am I getting an email about it? HSC ID sees you as a decision maker in the attestation process and needs your input. How do I know what HSC-ID is requesting from me? Please […]

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HSC ID: Delegate Approval Responsibility in HSC ID

Log into the HSC-ID Web Portal Click on Delegation under the “My Actions” tab You should see a list of delegations like the one below (names have been blurred out for privacy): If you want to delegate ALL of your approval responsibility, just click on “Delegate all my responsibilities” below. Otherwise, you will need to […]

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HSC ID: Managing Group Access

Groups control access to resources such as network shares and group email addresses. Group Owners have the ability to control who has access to their group from the HSC-ID web portal.  Owners are generally assigned during the creation of the group but sometimes are reassigned as job descriptions and business roles change. Step 1: Navigate […]

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HSC ID: Creating Non-Employee Accounts

Paid HSC faculty and staff accounts will be created automatically via HSC-ID. The authoritative source to determine faculty and staff standing is the TAMU payroll system. Not all accounts required for HSC operations are paid faculty and staff. These other accounts include affiliates, visiting scholars, vendors, volunteers, Non-HSC students and contractors. If you need to […]

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HSC ID: Account Creation Process

For paid faculty and staff HSC accounts will be created automatically via HSC-ID.  The authoritative source for faculty and staff information is the TAMU payroll system. Accounts will be populated with name information, UIN, component, department, and manager.  In order to finalize the account, the HR Liaison and Manager will provide final approval and address […]

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HSC ID: Updating Your Directory information

Directory information at Texas A&M Health Science Center is information which could aid in faculty and staff searches and would not generally be considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if disclosed. Our Directory contains information regarding titles, phone numbers, email addresses and office locations for our faculty and staff. It is important to keep […]

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HSC ID: Email and Google Apps

The Email Selection Advisory Committee at Texas A&M University, convened in fall 2013, reviewed options for email migration and recommended transition paths for faculty, staff and student email. Read the committee’s full recommendation. As faculty, staff and students of Texas A&M HSC, you may have questions regarding how the transition affects you. We’ve compiled information […]

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