SITAB Meeting - The Strategic IT Accountability Board will meet on April 26.
Priorities and Budget Approved - SITAB approved IT priorities including building out the core network and developing a plan for increased network speeds, more certainty on the set of supported core instructional technology tools, creating new administrative systems replacement roadmaps, driving campus-wide cost savings through software licensing, and updating the web infrastructure.
SITAB - SITAB will meet in December.
The Strategic IT Accountability Board (SITAB) meets quarterly to approve the enterprise IT vision and overall IT budget structure, set key IT priorities for campus, endorse IT principles and policies, resolve enterprise-wide strategic IT issues, and establish accountability for enacting decisions. The Board consists of executive-level positions from across campus and serves as the definitive decision-making body for IT on campus. The Board ensures IT alignment with the central mission of the University.
|President William Powers, Jr.||Committee Chair|
|Name||Position & Organization|
|Jay Boisseau||Director, Texas Advanced Computing Center|
|Pat Clubb||Vice President for University Operations|
|Randy Diehl||Dean, College of Liberal Arts|
|Brad Englert||Chief Information Officer|
|Tom Gilligan||Dean, Red McCombs School of Business|
|Kevin Hegarty||Vice President and Chief Financial Officer|
|Steve Leslie||Executive Vice-President and Provost|
|William Powers, Jr.||President|
|Paul Resta||Chair of the C-13 Faculty Committee, Director, Learning Technology Center, College of Education|
|Charles Roeckle||Deputy To the President|
|Jerry Speitel||OIT Chair|
|Frederick Steiner||Dean, School of Architecture|