IT Governance encompasses the following committees:
Executive Steering Committee: Oversees and makes decisions on College-wide IT strategy, enabling executive-level sponsorship of IT initiatives, deciding on projects above certain thresholds, determining exceptions from approved standards, and providing oversight of IT investments and their impact.
Academic Technology Committee: Provide oversight of teaching and learning technologies at the College, inclusive of projects, policies and standards related to classroom and lab technologies, the learning management system, and collaboration tools available to students and faculty.
Administrative Technology Committee: Provide oversight of College-wide applications at the College inclusive of projects, policies, or standards related to finance, human capital management, customer relationship management, student, or other business systems and applications supporting the shared administrative functions across the organization.
Data Governance Committee: Reviews and approves data management strategy, standards, policies, and promotes cross-campus departmental data sets and sharing opportunities.
IT Risk Management Committee: Align technology security practices with the College’s tolerance for risk. Establish accountability, authority, and responsibility for information protection, and identify, prioritize and develop IT security standards and enforcement mechanisms to be implemented across the College.