October 6, 2017
Important myETF Status Update
ETF has spent the past several months testing myETF Employer Online Services to measure the readiness of the system for the January 1, 2018 go live. After a thorough assessment, we’ve concluded that the current state of the product does not fully meet our quality, performance or security standards. As a result, we’ve decided to postpone the myETF go live. We are disappointed about this project delay, but it is important to ETF that we roll out a quality product to our employers and members.
We want to acknowledge the hard work, time and resources you’ve devoted to the myETF project. We appreciate those of you who have completed the required steps to date. The results of your efforts will remain valuable for you when the system goes live in the future. For those that have not had the opportunity to meet the requirements, this delay will provide some additional time to do that.
The ETF project team is determining a new timeline for myETF Employer Online Services and will send out an Employer Bulletin later this month with more details on training, data setup and other information. We are preparing communications on this topic to share with the payroll vendor representatives we are in contact with.
Your Next Steps
- We urge you to continue working through the myETF confirmation/testing process if you have not yet completed it. Recorded confirmation training continues to be available.
- All scheduled myETF training will be canceled and rescheduled closer to the new go live date.
- You will continue to use the ONE Site applications.
- You will not submit employee information through myETF starting in January.
- If you work with a payroll vendor not included on this list, please reach out to your contact person to ensure they know about the changes.
Please send an email to the myETF Employer mailbox.