IT Governance Structure
IT governance is concerned with who makes which decisions, who provides inputs and analyzes the issues, who sets priorities, and who settles disputes when there is no clear consensus. IT governance is concerned with the whole IT enterprise, not just the central IT organization.
IT governance is ultimately concerned with the ability to conduct institution-wide IT activities:
1. Can we develop important IT policies that apply throughout the institution?
2. Can we implement important IT decisions that apply throughout the institution?
3. Can we coordinate the activities of IT personnel effectively throughout the institution?
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IT Governance Group Charters –
Information Technology Advisory Committee
Information & Applications Steering Committee
Web Advisory Team
Administrative Applications Integration Team
Investment & Prioritization Committee
Infrastructure & Security Advisory Committee
Information Technology Services facilitates project management, implementation and communication between all of the teams and the University administration.
Note: The infrastructure and security advisory committee is not meeting, in the interim, the Director of Learning Technologies attends the Faculty Senate meetings to stay abreast of any issues.
Note: The Student Senate had a standing committee to deal with technology issues, called the Student Technology Improvement Committee, but this committee was abolished in 2011-2012 to be replaced by special topics groups as needed.
IT Governance Overview
Current Governance Members