On December 17, 2020 ETP will migrate existing Single Employer Contracts from the legacy systems to Cal-E-Force. This will include the remaining contracts that have no tracking information approximately 64 and the 33 newly approved Panel contracts. As of December panel all new single employer contracts will be in Cal-E-Force. The only remaining legacy active contracts for single employers will be moved starting at the end of December 2020. Communications on when this will occur will be shared with the contract holders and supporting ETP staff.
The kickoff meeting for the Beta Multiple Employer Contract (MEC) stakeholders was held on December 10, 2020. These participants will have access to the Cal-E-Force in a controlled environment. Inputs on their experience will be gathered, discussed and prioritized. It is wonderful to see the excitement for Cal-E-Force and our Beta group to work with the project team.
Additional needs assessments will also be held with the larger MEC stakeholders. These will be scheduled for the end of December 2020 and work will continue into January 2021. Once the baseline for system deployment is determine, then the MEC contracts will also be moved. Inputs will be divided into items necessary for System Deployment, items that will be considered for the first few months after system deployment and lastly future items to be considered. Communications on these sessions will be posted here and also emailed to the greater MEC population.
We have completed the Multiple Employer Contract (MEC) Participating Employer (PE) Certification functionality and it is now part of the Cal-E-Force System. A few other enhancements have been made and are posted under Enhancements on the General Information page.
Please watch for emails and additional web postings on upcoming events.