Committees

IT Council Steering Committee (ITC) – The ITC works closely with the Vice President and Chief Information Officer (VP/CIO) to establish the vision, priorities, and pace for IT investments at the university.  The ITC coordinates the various work groups, ensuring alignment of vision, priorities, and pace and proper resourcing.

IT Security Advisory Committee (ITSAC) -  The ITSAC advises the ITC and the VP/CIO on the vision, priority, and pace related to IT risks.

Enterprise Systems and Data Policy Committee (ESDPC) - The ESDPC works closely with the VP/CIO to establish the university’s vision, priorities, and pace for developing and maintaining plentiful information technology resources and developing (or acquiring) and deploying (or arranging for) information systems, applications, and tools that enable the effective and efficient function of the university as an enterprise.

Work Groups

Research Technology (RTWG) - The RTWG provides the vision, priorities, and pace for enterprise research technology solutions and services to be undertaken on campus. Its work focuses on endorsing the adoption of new research technology solutions, as well making recommendations when we need to upgrade or decommission some of our existing services. Deans nominate committee members. The committee usually meets three to four times a semester for one hour.

Learning Technology (LTWG) - The LTWG provides the vision, priorities, and pace for enterprise learning technology solutions and services to be undertaken on campus. Its work focuses on endorsing the adoption of new learning technology solutions, as well making recommendations when we need to upgrade or decommission some of our existing services. Deans nominate committee members. The committee usually meets three to four times a semester for one hour.

IT Infrastructure (IWG) - The IWG works closely with the VP/CIO to establish the university’s vision, priorities, and pace for building and maintaining a sound, advanced, secure, and productive physical information technology infrastructure (including but not limited to facilities, hardware, networks, and software) capable of supporting broad and effective use by students, faculty, and staff throughout the institution, including remote university members such as agricultural extension offices.

User Experience (UEWG) - The UEWG works closely with the VP/CIO to establish the university’s vision, priorities, and pace for providing and supporting plentiful information technology resources in the living and learning environment that enable and enrich the broader experiences of students' innovation when used effectively and profusely.