Project: Identity & Access Management Strategy Project
The IAM Strategy project is sponsored by the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee (AIC). The project is governed by a customer steering committee and executive sponsors, listed below.
Customer Steering Committee
The IAM Strategy customer steering committee includes a variety of stakeholders from across UT that make use of identity and access management services. The IAM Strategy Customer Steering Committee will:
- Represent the university community in project decision-making and issue resolution.
- Review project progress, including participation in deliverable reviews and end-of-phase checkpoints.
- Review and approve project changes, such as updates to the project requirements and scope.
- Provide guidance as needed to assist the project team in adhering to the goals of the project.
Customer Steering Committee Members
|Cam Beasley||Information Security Office|
|David Burns||McCombs School of Business|
|John Chambers||Department of Computer Science|
|Cesar de la Garza||University Development Office|
|Karen DeRouen||Student Accounts Receivable|
|Paul Grotevant||School of Undergraduate Studies|
|Ladd Hanson||University Libraries|
|Jimmy Harper||Payroll Services|
|Nathaniel Mendoza||Texas Advanced Computing Center|
|Juan Ortiz||Financial Information Systems|
|Chris Palacios||Procurement & Payment Services|
|Roy Ruiz||Technology Resources|
|Steve Rung||Office of Admissions|
|Charles Soto||College of Communication|
|Tim Tashjian||Office of the Registrar|
|Greg Baker||ITS Systems|
|Aaron Reiser||ITS User Services|
The project's executive sponsors are responsible for approving changes to project scope, schedule and budget, as well as for overall project guidance and oversight. The executive sponsors are the chair of the Architecture and Infrastructure Committee, James Lewis, and the Chief Information Officer, Brad Englert.