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Introduction to MiMOSA Overview. What is MiMOSA? IOM Global Information System – Biographic and Demographic Data – Operational Activities Migrant Assistance.

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1 Introduction to MiMOSA Overview

2 What is MiMOSA? IOM Global Information System – Biographic and Demographic Data – Operational Activities Migrant Assistance for AVR and CT Medical Movement

3 MiMOSA Interfaces Systems and Process Integration – i-GATOR – PRISM Financials – Migrant Statistics Dashboards – Receiving Mission Interface (RMI) – Loan Tracking System (US Promissory Notes) – MiMOSA-WRAPS Interface (with RPC) – CDC Interface – (US Centre for Disease Control ) – TAV Interface (US Domestic Travel Agent Interface) – RA Interface (US Resettlement Agency Interface) USRAP

4 Objectives Streamline User Experience – User friendly screens – Data entered in one place – Standardized process across projects Tighten Information Security – User Roles to manage information access – Improved Data Validation – Consolidation of Databases Enhance Reporting – Rationalize number of reports within the system – Standard Reporting approach across Activities and applications

5 GETTING STARTED Navigation

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7 User CodeUsernamePassword BE-01 jgodinez BE-01 US-01 lseymour US-01 KE-01 mwambui KE-01 JO-01 ggayao JO-00 Login & User-Codes

8 How do you know this is the Training Environment?

9 Main Menu ① Quick Search Allows the user to search for a Case, Case member or Movement – Default is Case Number search ② Main Navigation Functions – These allow the user to quickly navigate to high level functions. (available functions are dependent upon the users role) ③ User Menu – Contains user functions such as Log out, Update Profile etc. ④ Current location – Indicates the current location of the User

10 Quick Search

11 Quick Search (default) CT-027-User-Code

12 Quick Search (default) CT-027-BE-01

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15 9 10

16 Quick Search (default) CT-027

17 Approximate Matches

18 Quick Search (again) AVR-001-User-Code

19 Quick Search (Case Member) CHEN

20 Case Member Search Results Family Name, First Name Middle Name

21 Quick Search (Case Member) CHEN, Fang User-Code Family Name, First Name Middle Name

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23 Quick Search (Advanced)

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26 Advanced Search Case

27 Action Buttons Action buttons are found at the bottom of pages or important sections.

28 Action Buttons Default actions are blue. You can also Reset or Cancel your search.

29 Wildcard Advanced Search Advanced search Can use wildcards:

30 Search Results (Case) IOM Case No. Activity Service 1 st Ref No. 1 st Ref Source PA Name Case Size Cross Ref Location Country Destination Country PF # Movement Status Departure Date Arrival Date 2 nd Ref No. Registration Date

31 Search Results (Case)

32 122222

33 3 3

34 3 3 3

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36 1 2345

37 Advanced Search Individual

38 Search Results (Individual) Name Relation to PA Gender Marital Status Date of Birth Citizenship/ Nationality External/ Alien No. Activity List Service List Destination Country IOM Case Number Type of Migration Migration Type/ Classification Registration Date

39 Search Results (Individual)

40 Search Results (Movement) PF Number Service Status Location Country Departure Date Destination Country Arrival Date Maximum Passengers Available Slots

41 Advanced Search Movement

42 Search Results (Movement)

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44 Mandatory Fields

45 Date Fields Global Date Format: DD-MMM-YYYY Samples: 01-DEC JAN-2009

46 Date Fields

47 Remember Me

48 A-Z0-9 Masked Values AA.NNNN RT.____RT.0054 AA.NNNN.AANN.NN.NN.NNN RT.0045.PH

49 Managing Lists Lists are used throughout the application. Users can add, edit and delete items in a list and sort columns, depending upon the function and the users role The input values for the List items will be displayed with an [+]Add link to indicate that multiple values can be added

50 Managing Lists [+]Add will display the input fields to add an additional Item to the list Edit will display the selected item in editable format Delete will display a warning to the user. If the user selects OK, the item will be deleted, if the user selects Cancel, the item will not be deleted

51 Managing Lists – Add Item Ok will validate the data entry and if: valid: add data to the list invalid: display errors Cancel will hide the entry fields

52 Managing Lists Edit Item System will highlight the list item that is being edited in blue Ok will validate the data entry and if: valid: add data to the list invalid: display errors Cancel will discard the changes hide the entry fields

53 Managing Lists – Delete Item Ok will delete the item from the list Cancel will close the warning and the item will not be deleted

54 Unsaved Data Warning If the user navigates away from a page that contains unsaved data, the system will display a warning message

55 Informational Messages Successful actions At the top of the page

56 Error Messages Errors and Rule Violations when performing actions At the top of the page

57 Error Messages and Indicators 1. Tab Label is highlighted 2.A generic message at the top of a section / tab 3.A specific message below the field or fields in error

58 Q & A


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