IT Governance helps ensure the effective and efficient use of IT through cross-disciplinary teams and the strategic review of initiatives and projects. IT governance helps align ITS with the rest of the University, maximize IT benefits, use IT resources responsibly and manage IT-related risks appropriately.
Board of Trustees
The Academic & Student Affairs Committee of the UNC Charlotte Board of Trustees is responsible for ensuring the effective and efficient uses of IT in support of the University’s mission.
IT Rationalization Committee
The ITRC meets monthly and reviews new initiatives and project requests to:
- Ensure IT strategic planning is integrated with the University’s strategic planning
- Make IT strategic investment decisions
- Set campus-wide priorities for IT services, resources and facilities
- Communicate and align with the Board of Trustees
Banner Functional Management Team
The Banner Functional Management Team (BFMT) coordinates Banner projects, enhancements and upgrades. This committee is a cross functional team and includes members from Admissions, Advancement, Distance Education, Enrollment Management, Financial Services, Graduate School, Human Resources, the Registrar’s Office, Research and Economic Development and Student Financial Services.
Client Facing Technology Committee
The Client Facing Technology Committee is responsible for the oversight of related services and technologies campus-wide.
Information Assurance Committee
The Client Facing Technology Committee and the Information Assurance Committee meet monthly and are responsible for the oversight of related services and technologies campus-wide:
|Provide technology guidelines||Consult/advise on the selection of technology within standards||Advise on infrastructure products||Ensure security and vulnerability assessments of new technology occur||Verify compliance with technology standards and guidelines|
|Monitor relevance of latest developments in IT from a business perspective||Assist in variance review||Direct technology standards and practices|| || |