Senior administrators, faculty and staff should have easy,
well-supported electronic access to the data and information
necessary to perform and manage their university functions, thereby
eliminating the need to create shadow and supplemental systems.
- For every budget, planning and forecasting-related process, we
- Identify the customers of the process.
- Work with customers to determine their real needs.
- Strive to provide them with outstanding customer service.
- We will treat information as a strategic asset that is:
- Commonly defined.
- Electronically captured once at its point of origin.
- Appropriately shared across the entire institution.
- We will become an institution that makes data-based decisions
through the use of easy-to-use management reporting processes and
- We will collaboratively develop common business processes and
data across the entire institution, while still supporting the
truly unique and compelling needs of our academic and academic
- Customizations to the new system will be kept to an absolute
minimum. Any request for a customization will be subject to a
thorough business case review to justify its necessity.
- We will establish decision due dates to keep our projects on
time and on budget. If these due dates are not met, the delayed
decision will immediately be escalated and made by the appropriate
decision maker. The project will then move on.
- We will work as a silo-free team to solve the problems
of our students, faculty, staff and institution.
- We will create customer participation opportunities and two-way
communications channels to ensure that our project choices meet
real user needs.
- Full participation is expected - non-responsiveness or
non-engagement implies agreement.
- All new information technology purchases related to budget,
planning and forecasting must be reviewed and approved by the
university VPCIO and VPFA.
Laurie Barnum, Resource Planning
Beth Corry, Business Services
Tom Okon, Business Reporting and Systems
Gary Pacer, Enterprise Application Services
Joe Lewandowski, Resource Planning
Jennifer Pesany, Financial Management
Katie Beakman, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical
Nancy Kielar, CIO Administrative Operations Office
Larissa Kowalczyk, Academic Affairs
Kathleen Manne, University Communications
Amy Dauber, University Communications
Kelly Stich, Business Services
Craig Abbey, Office of Institutional Analysis
Erika Bagnoli, Office of the Vice President for Philanthropy and
Michelle Burger, Chemistry
Dr. Jane Brewer, School of Dental Medicine
Mark Coldren, Human Resources
Chris Decker, Endowments and Gift Administration, UBF
Sandy Drabek, Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical
Christina Hernandez, Student Life
Lynne Karlsen, School of Denal Medicine
Kara Kearney-Saylor, Internal Audit
Joe Kerr, College of Arts and Sciences
Michelle McCartney, Financial Management
Bill Mcdonnell, School of Engineering
Gary Mahon, School of Nursing
Lee H. Melvin, Enrollment Management
Jeff Murphy, School of Dental Medicine
Brian O’Connor, Office of Institutional Analysis
Tonga Pham, University Facilities
Mike Redfern, School of Public Health and Health Professions
Betty Smith, Research and Economic Development
Debbie Street, College of Arts and Sciences
Ken Suski, School of Management
Jill Uebelhoer, School of Dental Medicine
Cheri Weber, Procurement Services
Nate Wills, Division of Athletics