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Enterprise Project Management Online (EPMO)
Also known as: Project Management (EPMO)
Available to: Faculty & Staff
Enterprise Project Management Online (EPMO) is an online tool for ITS project management and tracking needs. It automates the Project Management Framework by providing a scheduling interface with Microsoft Project, team lists, project details, templates, a document repository, and a collaborative workspace for project teams and automated workflow processes.
Only ITS personnel may create and manage projects; other Mason personnel may participate as team members.
All users of the George Mason University EPMO must adhere to University Policy Number 1310: University Information Technology Project Management and University Policy Number 1301: Responsible Use of Computing.
How to Get this Service
General EPMO information is available to all Mason users; however, user accounts must be created by the Project Management Office (PMO) prior to accessing project specific information. To request an EPMO account, complete the EPMO Account Request form.
There is no charge for this service.
Microsoft Internet Explorer is the preferred browser for full functionality. A wired on-campus connection or an active VPN connection for wireless on-campus and all off-campus connections is necessary to use EPMO. EPMO scheduled maintenance windows are Thursdays from 9 to 11 p.m.
Assistance for general project management issues is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To open an EPMO session click here.
If you are currently logged on to MESA, you may be automatically authenticated. If authentication is required, note the following: User Name is your Mason NetID preceded by “mesa\”. (e.g., mesa\bsmith). The Password is your Patriot Pass strong password.The IT Project Management Framework is a standardized, objective methodology that assists in identifying, classifying, documenting, and managing IT projects. Project Management is not “one-size fits all” nor is the Mason PM Framework. The Framework is designed to scale to the size and complexity of a project, thus ensuring that all projects carry out suitable project management.
Last modified date: August 1, 2014