Time Allocation Survey¶
This page gives an overview of the Time Allocation Survey, describing its current status, where and how it's developed and deployed, and who is responsible for maintaining it.
The University undertakes an annual Time Allocation Survey (TAS) which involves asking University academic staff whose duties include Teaching and Research to estimate the time they spend on these and other activities. The purpose of the TAS is to attribute costs to these activities.
The results are then used (in conjunction with other cost drivers) to ascertain the costs of Teaching, Research and Other activity by the University and to calculate the University’s Research fEC rates.
The Time Allocation Survey is currently live.
Issues discovered in the service or new feature requests should be opened as GitLab issues in the application repository.
The Time Allocation Survey is currently deployed to the following environments:
|sanders (primary), timmons (failover)|
The source code for the Time Allocation Survey is in Gitlab repository below:
|Application||The source code for the main application server|
The following gives an overview of the technologies the
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The following gives an overview of how the Time Allocation Survey is deployed and maintained.
How and where the Time Allocation Survey is deployed¶
Deploying a new release¶
Service Management and tech lead¶
The service owner for the Time Allocation Survey is Arianne Abouzar.
The service manager for the Time Allocation Survey is Andrew Crook
The tech lead for the Time Allocation Survey is Simon Redhead
The following engineers have operational experience with the Time Allocation Survey and are able to respond to support requests or incidents: