Standing Charge: The Information Technology Committee’s standing charge is to have primary responsibility for matters directly related to the impact of Information Technology software, and infrastructure that impacts research, graduate and undergraduate education, and the administrative and business processes of the university. These responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- To provide feedback and input to the Senate all university-wide technology and applications.
- To provide feedback to the President on university policies and practices used by university offices and programs in software and hardware technology used by the university community.
- To evaluate and recommend policies concerning both information technology applications and infrastructure and the conditions under which systems and services are modified, added, removed, and administered.
- To review the broad educational and research policies of the university and how systems and services are developed and adopted.