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Organizational Structure

University IT's new organizational structure consists of seven units that report into CIO Steve Gallagher.

Office of the CIO

The Office of the CIO integrates and coordinates internal governing processes and a university IT governance framework, defines the organizational vision, develops and delivers strategic messaging and communication, and sustains alignment and consistency. The office prepares the Stanford community for adoption of new and changing services, provides tools to aid in the development of UIT staff, and assists with staff's understanding of UIT's strategic direction.

Client Experience & Solutions

Client Experience & Solutions (CXS) focuses UIT’s approach to providing the highest quality user-facing services and associated enabling functions.

Service Strategy

Service Strategy provides the foundation of UIT service delivery 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.

Information Security Office

The Information Security Office orchestrates efforts and provides services to protect the information assets that are important to Stanford.

Research Computing

Research Computing is a joint effort of the Dean of Research and UIT to build and support a comprehensive program to advance computational research at Stanford. This includes offering and supporting traditional high-performance computing systems (HPC), as well as systems for high throughput and data intensive computing.

Enterprise Technology

Enterprise Technology implements and maintains information systems that support university operations. In addition, this unit partners with schools, business units, and cross functional groups to identify and implement efficient, cost-effective IT solutions.

IT Infrastructure

IT Infrastructure consists of all on-premise enterprise data center and communications facilities engineering, as well as all enterprise data networking, communications, and related supporting technologies.