Academic Technology and Information Technology Services are collaborating to establish a campus-wide, shared technology governance body. This committee will aim to better align our technology resources with the strategic priorities of the University.
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Why Shared Technology Governance?
- Raise awareness of campus technology portfolio of services and solutions
- Identify opportunities for collaboration and areas of duplication
- Link investments to strategic priorities
- Prioritize within and across technology portfolios
- Manage risk and return
- Provide feedback on technology services and solutions
- Measure and evaluate outcomes of major projects
- Foster alignment across campus technology providers in support of strategic goals
- Encourage confidence in the process through transparency and consistency
- Sponsor projects
- Enable change management strategies
- Promote technology strategies
Shared Technology Governance powerpoint presentation for stakeholders (select the link to download).
- Present the governance framework
- Answer Questions
- Demonstrate Value
First Committee Meeting
- Assemble the committee
- Committee defines schedule & commitment
- Draft and finalize the charge
- Subcommittees form and organize around committee charge
- Standardize processes and communications
- Communicate processes to University community
- Review existing project work
- Begin accepting project requests
- Evaluate process effectiveness and adjust