IT Governance is designed to ensure the effective and efficient uses of IT through value creation, management of risks, and optimization of resources in enabling the University to achieve its goals and objectives.
Direct IT endeavors in accordance with the following objectives:
Committees provide processes for inputs and outputs with defined roles and responsibilities for stakeholders including senior administration, campus leaders, faculty, staff, students, and ITS. Subcommittees advise the ITAC (IT Advisory Committee) regarding discrete areas of IT Governance. To learn more about the IT Governance Forums, click here.
The first step is to complete an idea rationalization form to be reviewed by the Unit Rationalization committee. If the idea is approved, you will need to complete a business case, and later a business requirements document. Find the appropriate template, and where to send it, below.