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User Administrators to review users in WBSCM by 7/31

Published: 73 days ago
" WBSCM user accounts should be reviewed by User Administrators by 7/31 to avoid deactivation.
As part of security management, User Administrators (UA) should review user accounts to ensure appropriate staff have the necessary access to WBSCM. Users that do not need access can be inactivated (deleted) by the UA directly in WBSCM. Instructions on how to delete or modify a user's account is available at

Users that have not logged into their WBSCM account or show no activity by July 31, 2024, will be deactivated by F&N. If an account is deactivated, the account will need to be set up again. If the UA is deactivated a new FND-136 form must be submitted


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