IT Governance

UBIT’s portfolio is managed through an established governance model based on collaborative shared decision-making. The Data Governance Council is composed of campus leaders who meet regularly and oversee the university data decisions and related IT project prioritization.

There are several other key committees that feed information into the shared IT governance model. These committees include the Information Security and Privacy Advisory Council (ISPAC), the Data Stewardship Committee, the Enrollment and Academic IT Support Committee, the Faculty Senate IT Committee (FCITC) and IT Leadership group attended monthly by central and distributed IT directors.

The Faculty Senate IT Committee served a very valuable role during the past academic year providing input and guidance on the transition to the new LMS (Brightspace), continued input into end user security policies, and oversight of the bi-annual faculty IT survey.