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Governance & Organization

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PROJECT ORGANIZATION
The successful completion of the Integrated Systems Project requires the resources of a wide variety of dedicated personnel from throughout the University. This section of the Project Charter describes the roles and responsibilities for each of the major partners in the implementation plan.

Roles and Responsibilities
Steering Committee
The Steering Committee will assist the Executive Committee and the Project Director in making key strategic decisions regarding the project and in resolving certain issues that impact University policy. There will be periodic updates presented to the Steering Committee by the Executive Committee and the Project Director. These updates will enable the Steering Committee members to become advocates for the project and to assist in communicating the objectives of the project to the University community. This committee meets approximately three times per year.

Membership:

  • Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (Chair) *
  • Vice President and Provost for Health Sciences
  • Vice President and Provost *
  • Vice President for Research and Public Service
  • Vice President for Management and Budget *
  • Vice President for Finance *
  • Vice President for Student Affairs *
  • Vice President and Chief Information Officer *
  • Chair, Faculty Senate
  • Chair, University Committee on Information Technology
  • Executive Assistant and Chief of Staff, Office of the President

* Denotes membership on the ISP Executive Committee.

Executive Committee
The Executive Committee provides oversight, guidance, and approval for all major elements of the Integrated Systems Project. The Executive Committee works closely with the Project Director in reviewing project plans, scope, and budget and facilitates the resolution of issues to ensure successful completion of the initiative.

In this capacity the Executive Committee is responsible for:

  • Approving the project plan, allocating resources, and monitoring budgets to ensure the successful completion of the project
  • Resolving certain issues, policies, and change management items
  • Ensuring that an appropriate project priority is established and resources are allocated to the project
  • Ensuring the timely and effective cooperation of all schools, departments and other operating units of the University in providing information and other required assistance to the project teams
  • Actively helping to remove obstacles and solve problems that are beyond the control of the Project Director
Membership:
  • Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer (Chair)
  • Vice President and Provost
  • Vice President and Chief Information Officer
  • Vice President for Management and Budget
  • Vice President for Finance
  • Vice President for Student Affairs

Area Liaisons / Advisory Committee
An ISP Advisory Committee of 14 members was established during the planning phase to provide the ISP with University-wide advice during implementation. It was expanded to 26 to assure that every University unit is represented. Click here for a description of the ISP Communications Structure.

Technical Advisory Group
An Integrated Systems Project Technical Advisory Group (TAG) was formed to provide the ISP with technical advice. Initially this group is represented by:

  • ISP – Technical Lead (Chair)
  • ITC – Director of Applications & Data Services
  • ITC - Director of Communications & Systems
  • KPMG Technical Lead
Other representatives from the University community will be added as the group works through issues. The group meets weekly, however, this could change as the project progresses. The goals of TAG are:
  • Project status and progress
  • Issue resolution of current and anticipated technical issues
  • Project and resource planning/scheduling
  • Information updates on other technical efforts which are external to the ISP, but which might have an impact to the project in some way

 

 
 
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