The Online Payroll and Personnel System (OLPPS) is the University's human resources and payroll system. It contains employee demographic, employment and payroll data, both current and historical.
The primary purposes of PPS are to (1) ensure that all employees are paid properly and in a timely fashion and (2) support payroll and human resource–related reporting requirements of both the University and external agencies.
The users of OLPPS are Campus central-office personnel (e.g., payroll, human resources, benefits), departmental personnel staff and other authorized campus staff.
OLPPS accommodates the payroll and personnel requirements of the University. Use this system to query employee records, payroll, and information related to accounts and funds.
OLPPS includes subsystems such as:
- EDB Inquiry
- Payroll Audit Record Inquiry
- Departmental Inquiry
- Inquiry into the Legacy Account Fund Profile
Access to OLPPS is granted through your departmental Access Administrators using the autoAccess application.
OLPPS is accessible online using IBM WebSphere Host On-Demand, hosted by UC Office of the President (UCOP). Log in to OLPPS at http://hod.ucop.edu.
OLPPS User Guide
The listserv Online-L has been established for OLPPS users and provides (1) a forum for discussion among all OLPPS users and (2) a communication vehicle to disseminate important OLPPS-related information to all OLPPS users.
Employees with access to OLPPS are automatically subscribed to Online-L.
Administrative and WebLinks System Certification Procedures
Additional features and functions
Department Computer Support Coordinators (CSCs) should contact the UCSF IT Service Desk to obtain copies of:
- The RPM printing software for Windows PCs
- The setup printing instructions for the Macintosh
OLPPS Entry/Update is available Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
OLPPS Inquiry is available Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Support for OLPPS is available Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For help with password resets, OLPPS questions or support issues: