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Contact
Lana Aduloju
Coordinator
Office
(402) 557-2064
Fax

(402) 557-2051

lana.aduloju@ops.org

 

 

Lana Aduloju
Coordinator
Office
(402) 557-2064
Fax

(402) 557-2051

lana.aduloju@ops.org

 

 



TECHNICAL SUPPORT SERVICES


Application Support

Data Analytics supports analytical reporting from the Omaha Public Schools data warehouse.  Read More  

Financial Information and Human Resource Systems (FIS/HR) provides development, education, technical support (troubleshooting), and production support related to the OPS Financial, HR, Payroll, Benefits, and Pension Applications. Users may contact FIS/HR for new, automated functionality needs or for assistance in problem resolution.  Read More

The Student Data Information Systems (SDIS) team provides technical services and support for district-wide software applications that house student data. The Infinite Campus application is the primary focus but student data from this system is also extracted and provided to peripheral systems such as Edulog, The Library Corporation, Cafeteria Assisted Food Services, and Naviance. 
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Web Systems develops and supports software applications to supplement the functionality in Omaha Public Schools’ core software applications.  Additionally, Web Systems supports the District’s and Schools' public web sites. 
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Network Support

E-Rate Funding Management involves applying for telecommunication and Internet access discounts from the Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund (E-Rate) which is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under the direction of the Federal Communications Commission on (FCC). In order to accomplish this successfully, the District Technology Plan, telecommunication bid documents, telecommunication contracts, all application forms and letters, vendor invoices, and all other relevant documentation must be retained for auditing purposes. 
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Network Systems Management and Security (NSM&S) provides information technology leadership, builds and maintains the district-wide information infrastructure, and provides technical expertise and support. 
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Telecommunication Services provide wiring, telephone, and voice mail support for all buildings and departments in the District. 
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Production Support

Assessment & Quality Assurance involves determining whether technology services meet customer expectations; and if deliverables are timely and meet specified requirements and provide the requested functionality without errors or problems. These findings should be monitored, measured and reviewed on a regular basis and a plan of corrective action established if necessary. The objective of quality assurance is to offer assistance defining and attaining goals in the areas of design, development, production, and service which will improve customer satisfaction and increase productivity. 
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Configuration & Records Management involves keeping detailed information that depicts the computer systems and networks of the District, including all necessary hardware and software components. Documentation, reported problems, and change requests for core applications should also be placed under configuration management for easy review and audit. The system administration of records management software and web content development / monitoring of the IMS web pages are also supported by this area. 
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Data Collection & Printing staff supports the District by providing quality and timely production printing services focusing on core application needs requiring data sensitive information (including reports, forms, and mailing labels). Current production printer support includes a Xerox DocuPrint 100, BizHub 600, and a HP Color LaserJet CP6015. Project management for scanning needs (such as tests and surveys), including design, development, data collection, and data reporting, is also provided. Duties of supporting Broadband/Air card services is also handled in this area.  Read More

Technical Documentation involves a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents job duty requirements and procedures. Job descriptions are written with each job duty aligned to a process complete with internal controls and expectations. Workplace process documentation is truly applied toward the practice of adjusting work methods to improve service quality.  Read More


Application Support

Data Analytics supports analytical reporting from the Omaha Public Schools data warehouse.  Read More  

Financial Information and Human Resource Systems (FIS/HR) provides development, education, technical support (troubleshooting), and production support related to the OPS Financial, HR, Payroll, Benefits, and Pension Applications. Users may contact FIS/HR for new, automated functionality needs or for assistance in problem resolution.  Read More

The Student Data Information Systems (SDIS) team provides technical services and support for district-wide software applications that house student data. The Infinite Campus application is the primary focus but student data from this system is also extracted and provided to peripheral systems such as Edulog, The Library Corporation, Cafeteria Assisted Food Services, and Naviance. 
Read More


Web Systems develops and supports software applications to supplement the functionality in Omaha Public Schools’ core software applications.  Additionally, Web Systems supports the District’s and Schools' public web sites. 
Read More


Network Support

E-Rate Funding Management involves applying for telecommunication and Internet access discounts from the Schools and Libraries Program of the Universal Service Fund (E-Rate) which is administered by the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC) under the direction of the Federal Communications Commission on (FCC). In order to accomplish this successfully, the District Technology Plan, telecommunication bid documents, telecommunication contracts, all application forms and letters, vendor invoices, and all other relevant documentation must be retained for auditing purposes. 
Read More

Network Systems Management and Security (NSM&S) provides information technology leadership, builds and maintains the district-wide information infrastructure, and provides technical expertise and support. 
Read More


Telecommunication Services provide wiring, telephone, and voice mail support for all buildings and departments in the District. 
Read More


Production Support

Assessment & Quality Assurance involves determining whether technology services meet customer expectations; and if deliverables are timely and meet specified requirements and provide the requested functionality without errors or problems. These findings should be monitored, measured and reviewed on a regular basis and a plan of corrective action established if necessary. The objective of quality assurance is to offer assistance defining and attaining goals in the areas of design, development, production, and service which will improve customer satisfaction and increase productivity. 
Read More

Configuration & Records Management involves keeping detailed information that depicts the computer systems and networks of the District, including all necessary hardware and software components. Documentation, reported problems, and change requests for core applications should also be placed under configuration management for easy review and audit. The system administration of records management software and web content development / monitoring of the IMS web pages are also supported by this area. 
Read More


Data Collection & Printing staff supports the District by providing quality and timely production printing services focusing on core application needs requiring data sensitive information (including reports, forms, and mailing labels). Current production printer support includes a Xerox DocuPrint 100, BizHub 600, and a HP Color LaserJet CP6015. Project management for scanning needs (such as tests and surveys), including design, development, data collection, and data reporting, is also provided. Duties of supporting Broadband/Air card services is also handled in this area.  Read More

Technical Documentation involves a comprehensive assessment system that monitors and documents job duty requirements and procedures. Job descriptions are written with each job duty aligned to a process complete with internal controls and expectations. Workplace process documentation is truly applied toward the practice of adjusting work methods to improve service quality.  Read More

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