ITS Enterprise Applications Governance

The IS Executive Committee, comprised of all University vice presidents, provides oversight, guidance, and approval for all major decisions of the Integrated System.

The Vice Presidents’ Designees (assigned by each vice president) review the recommendations of the SIS Advisory Board and other Enterprise Applications ad hoc advisory groups, as appropriate, and prior to the meetings of the Integrated System Executive Committee.  They are experienced decision makers who understand transformational approaches to problem-solving, the history and culture of the University, and they have respect and appreciation for the nexus of policy and operations.

Members are:

Name Position
Associate VP for Finance
Asst VP/Asst Campaign Director and Chief of Staff, University Advancement
Associat VP for Student Affairs
Asst VP for Compliance and Enterprise Risk Management
Director, Compliance and Immigration Services, UHR
Assistant VP for Graduate Studies
Vice Provost for Administration and Chief of Staff

The HR/Finance Senior Advisory Board is comprised of directors and data stewards who assist in prioritizing major initiatives for ITS Enterprise Applications in the areas of human resources and finance. Board members also propose and represent major initiatives in their respective areas for consideration and prioritization before decisions are considered by the Vice Presidents’ Designees and the Integrated System Executive Committee.

Members are:

Name School or Department
Office of Accouting Services
Budget Office
Procurement and Supplier Diversity Services
University Human Resources
Office of Sponsored Programs
Student Financial Services
University Human Resources
Treasury Management
University Audit Department
Office of VP and Chief Information Officer
Information Technology Services
University Audit Department

 

The SIS Advisory Board provides institutional recommendations that support the evolution of SIS. Board members are experienced decision makers who understand transformational approaches to problem-solving and who appreciate and respect University culture, history, and the nexus of policy and operations. These individuals serve as ambassadors of SIS within their respective vice presidential or school structures and provide functional expertise that informs the evolution of SIS.

Board members propose, represent, or review recommendations brought forward by stakeholders, the SIS Team, or others as appropriate to the issue under consideration, before decisions are considered by the Vice Presidents’ Designees and the Integrated System Executive Committee.

Individuals wishing to submit a request for enhancements to SIS do so through their member of the SIS Advisory Board:

Name School or Department
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
School of Law
School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
School of Nursing
Dean of Students
International, Summer and Special Academic Programs
Athletics
Office of the Provost
McIntire School of Commerce
School of Medicine
Business Operations
Business Operations
School of Architecture
Business Operations
Curry School of Education
School of Engineering and Applied Science
College of Arts & Sciences
Frank Batten School of Leadership & Public Policy
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Undergraduate Admission
University Library
Darden School of Business
University Registrar (UREG)
Institutional Assessment and Studies
Office of the Provost
McIntire School of Commerce
Student Health
School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Vice President for Research

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