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Public Sector HCM

This community has undergone changes for 2016, moving from a closed group to an open group. The content of our Public Sector HCM SIG meetings will focus on HCM practices in accordance with businesses in the Public Sector. If yourself or your customers work in the following environments this event may be relevant to you:
  • Councils
  • Public Transport
  • Government
  • NHS
  • Police
  • Education 

Forming part of the E-Business Suite community the offerings for users of HCM comprises of SIGs and an extensive online library, publications, fortnightly ebulletins as well as the opportunity to present at one of our events.

What does this community offer?

The aims and objectives of the Public Sector HCM SIG are:  

  • To ensure the views of users are taken into account in the development and prioritisation of enhancements to the application
  • To provide a forum for discussions between Oracle and the user community
  • To keep users up to date on legislative changes and current trends affecting their areas of responsibility
  • To provide a network for users to discuss common issues

The Public Sector HCM group meets 5 times a year and is responsive to HR issues for those working in the public sector. 

To view the upcoming agenda and presentations from past meetings, visit the library and use the filter options to search for documents.

2017 SIGs:

Get involved
We are always interested in a user story presentation this can be anywhere from 10 - 45 minutes long.  Please click here if you are interested in presenting at the next event. Find out other ways you can engage with this group.


Position Name Company
Chair Shaun Tetley Portsmouth Council
Committee Member Chris Walker NE Payroll Ltd
Committee Member Phil McIntosh IBM Global Business Services
Oracle Liason Tony Hatton Oracle
Project Manager Charlotte Willie UKOUG

Public Sector HCM List Server:

Access the PSHRMS List Server Archive