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IT Governance Administrative Systems Advisory Committee

The IT Administrative Systems Advisory Committee is an IT Governance advisory committee chaired by a senior member of the Office of the Provost.  It provides oversight and sets priorities for the development and integration of the University’s enterprise systems.

The committee makes recommendations to the IT Governance Executive Committee.

Structure

A senior member of the Office of the Provost serves as chair. The representatives for the University schools and business units on the committee are appointed by a dean or vice president for a two-year term. The chair may appoint ad hoc committees as appropriate.

The IT Administrative Systems Advisory Committee receives input from the following campus groups:

Purpose

  1. To provide oversight and direction for the enterprise systems that support the University‘s objectives.
  2. To establish priorities and sequencing for development and integration and make recommendations to the IT Executive Committee regarding development, funding, and policy.
  3. To champion a common data model, and other common infrastructure where needed, as well as best practices in central and distributed enterprise systems.

Objectives

  1. Approve priorities and recommend resource allocation for administrative systems’ ongoing operations, enhancements, and new initiatives to assure alignment with the university’s business goals and needs.
  2. Monitor progress of administrative system initiatives and provide guidance to ongoing administrative systems’ operations, support efforts, and enhancements.
  3. Consider and discuss impact of administrative system changes on people, process, technology, and standards and policies.
  4. Encourage and facilitate the integration of systems and access to data across functional boundaries and guide the development of common data models.
  5. Champion effective information and IT security measures, policies and practices to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of resources are preserved.
  6. Resolve the escalation of issues which span departmental or divisional boundaries.
  7. Review school and department systems in the context of enterprise systems.
  8. Provide direction to prevent, where appropriate, unnecessary redundancy or non-sustainable service implementations and their resulting inefficiencies and risks.

Operating Principles

Meetings are held every other month, or as determined by the committee.

Members for Fiscal Year 2016

Last Updated: 13 October 2015

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