IT Governance provides processes and structures that specify how we make technology decisions, implement and manage technology changes to ensure the effective and efficient use of IT in enabling the University to achieve its goals. Our Information Technology Governance Policy can be found in the Policy Manual.
IT Executive Council (ITEC)
Oversees the IT governance structure, reviews major IT projects which introduce institutional risk, involve significant changes, and/or require cross division funding, and provides high level oversight to ensure that our limited IT resources work on our most pressing needs and strategic goals. View Membership
IT Governance Board of Directors (IT BoD)
Reviews IT operations, proposals and projects to advise the CIO on demand management, strategic alignment, value delivery, policy/procedure development, and risk management. View Membership
IT Implementation Group (ITIG)
Recommends and supports the development of holistic IT proposals, approves IT project artifacts, and conducts gap analyses for new and/or significant changes to IT policies and standards. View Membership
Oversees the development and maintenance of standards needed to ensure the consistent treatment of institutional data, as well as periodically reviewing and reporting on the effectiveness of University data management practices. View Membership
Technical Advisory Groups (TAGs): University committees, councils and advisory groups that the IT Governance Board of Directors recognizes as IT Governance groups due to their charge of assuring that information resources and technology needs are supported to advance the University mission.
|The Accessibility Working Group was established in 2017 to help support and promote accessibility knowledge, resources, and adoption across campus.|
Heather Backus, Michelle Melton
AppState Computational Research Users Group
High Performance Computing
AppSync Communication and Student Engagement Platform
Atlassian Governance Group
Set standards on how Jira and Confluence will be used, underlying structure and specific custom elements (configurations, reports, add-ons, APIs); monitor licenses needs, review requests for changes, and review Jira support metrics
David Earp, Julie Taubman
A cross-functional technical group consisting of IT Staff who support and manage technology clients at AppState. Our mission is to foster communication, coordinate systematic changes, identify and implement best practices for technology services in order to empower end users to use technology effectively in a rapidly changing landscape.
Josh Hodges, Shawn Whitener
Google Technical Advisory Group
Google Apps Suite
Information Security Plan, information security standards and strategic initiatives. View Membership
Internship Inventory Web Application
Academic Technologies Group
Review requested academic technology acquisitions
Tom Van Gilder
IT Service & Software Catalog Governance Group
Approves changes to the IT Service and Software Catalog
LMS Advisory Group
Our learning management system, AsULearn.
David Earp, Jason Grubb
Payment Card Oversight Committee (PCOC)
Provides review and advisement concerning: Payment Card Services and Solutions Changes To Authorized Payment Card Services and Solutions Compliance Assessment and Reporting
Teaching and Learning Spaces Advisory Group
Teaching and Learing Spaces
Tom Van Gilder, Tom McDonnell
Promote Research and Creative Activities Workgroup
Research and Creative Activities
Security Camera Oversight Committee
To request recognition as a TAG, please send the following to our Project Management, Governance and Outreach unit at firstname.lastname@example.org: 1) the name of the group, 2) responsibilities and authority of the group including technology focus area, 3) the IT Board of Directors member that the group reports its actions or recommendations, and 4) primary contact(s) for the group.