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IT Advisory Board
As the primary governing body for campus technology, the IT Advisory Board provides special consultation to the Information Resources & Technology (IRT) Vice President and Chief Information Officer to help prioritize divisional IT projects based on alignment with campus strategic goals and other needs.
Responsibilities & Service Term
To help ensure broad participation, Information Resources & Technology (IRT) asks campus Vice Presidents to appoint a representative from his or her division to serve a 2-year term. Terms may be renewed if desired. IRT also includes representatives from the Faculty Senate, University Staff Assembly, ASI, and other select areas.
Each IT Advisory Board Member:
- Brings a division and campus-wide perspective to discussions
- Shares information about campus technology needs and perceptions
- Provides feedback on IRT strategies and plans
The IT Advisory Board meets on a monthly basis during the Academic Year.
IT Advisory Board Members
|Mark Hendricks, Chair||IRT|
|Nikki Khamsouksay||President's Office|
|Amy Kautzman||Ex Officio|
|Mark Konrad||IRT and USA|
|David Zeigler||Academic Affairs|
|Lisa Hammersley||Academic Affairs|
|Steven Salcido||Student Affairs|
|Binod Pokhrel||Desktop ITC Ex Officio|
|Jesseca Sanchez||Board Secretary|
|Leha Hawkins||Inclusive Excellence|
|Jonathan Morales||University Communications|
|Dip Patel||ASI Student|
IT Project Governance Process
Both formally and informally throughout the year, the IT Advisory Board, IRT Project Management Office, and division/area representatives work collaboratively to identify and prioritize executive, strategic, and operational campus technology projects based on a number of factors including:
- Alignment with campus goals and objectives
- Resource allocation
- Budget considerations
IRT Annual Technology Project Call
Additionally, the IT Advisory Board is responsible for scoring project proposals during the IRT Annual Technology Project Call, which solicits technology project requests from all major campus divisions. Based on the scoring results, and the capacity of IRT and campus division staff resources, the IT Advisory Board prepares a prioritized project list that is reviewed and approved by the Cabinet.
IT Advisory Board Microsoft Teams Site
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