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The Wisconsin Department of Administration (DOA) is creating an OpenBook Wisconsin searchable website to provide the public with easy access to state expenditures, including University of Wisconsin employee salaries, benefits and reimbursements. DOA expects to launch the site in spring 2013.
The first phase, starting soon, will include expenses such as travel payments, vendor payments and purchasing card (pcard) details. Employee salary and fringe benefits expenditures will be posted in the second phase. The third phase will include grants, other capital projects and VendorNet contracts.
The website will not post the Social Security number, home address or home telephone number of any employee. Fringe benefits data will be provided in total, rather than listed by individual employees, to protect confidentiality in your health care plan.
Steve Wildeck, vice chancellor for administration and finance for UW Colleges and UW-Extension, emailed details in a March 7, 2013, message to UW Colleges and UW-Extension employees. If you have questions regarding OpenBook Wisconsin, contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, Colleen Godfriaux at email@example.com (UW Colleges employees) or Mark Dorn at firstname.lastname@example.org (UW-Extension employees). Contact your human resources director if you are concerned that your safety may be jeopardized by the inclusion of your name on the website.
When the state announces that the site is live, we will post the URL and share a link through News & Ideas.
Mark Dorn has begun transitioning to his new duties as UW-Extension associate vice chancellor for administration and finance.
He has served as UW-Extension controller and director of business services since 2003. In his new role, he will oversee the offices of budget, business services (extramural support, accounts payable/receivable, accounting, procurement, cashiering), and internal audit. Working closely with the divisional business officers and Steven Wildeck, UW Colleges and UW-Extensionvice chancellor for administrative and financial services, he will provide leadership in the area of finance and administration. In addition, he will handle matters of general administration and be involved in institutional initiatives.
“Mark not only possesses a strong understanding of the fiscal structures within UW-Extension, but also a deep appreciation of, and commitment to, our statewide partners and programs,” said Wildeck. “I look forward to working closely with him in this new role.”
Dorn earned a bachelor’s degree in economics at Lawrence University in Appleton and a master of business administration with a major in accounting at UW-Madison. He also is a certified public accountant.