Five organizing principles guided the creation of UIT's new organizational structure.
Align System Engineering and Application Development Functions
The new organization will further consolidate and align enterprise engineering and development activities with a goal of better leveraging our specialized capabilities while allowing for flexibility where most needed.
Consolidate and Focus End-User Experience and Services
The new organization will consolidate and focus end-user experience and services to provide the highest quality user-facing services and their associated enabling functions, and better meet the market demand of our user community.
Coordinate Service Strategy and Portfolio Management
The new organization will advance our approach to service strategy and portfolio management by coordinating multiple integrated processes. These processes support the proactive management of the UIT service portfolio, aligning our community’s needs with our overall strategy.
Advance Information Security
The new organization will continue to advance what is already higher education’s most experienced and progressive Information Security Office. The university’s core information security strategy, management, consulting, operations, and policy functions are centralized within the Information Security Office.
Set Strategy, Harmonize Processes, and Invest in People
The new organization will set strategy, harmonize processes, and invest in people through a more unified and consistent approach. This will include the integration and coordination of internal governing processes and a university IT governance framework.