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Committee on Information Technology

Committee Reporting Relationship

The Committee reports to the Chief Information Officer.


The University Committee on Information Technology provides guidance, advice, and assistance to the Chief Information Officer on matters affecting information technology and communication, including data, voice, and video.

The focus of the Committee is on the overall information technology environment at the University and on taking a pro-active, leadership role in shaping University thinking on technology issues.

The Committee gathers institutional input, investigates new technologies as they emerge, provides constructive contributions to the planning processes of all technology-related organizations, and assists University leaders in developing and updating a strategic plan for information technology and communication at the University.

The Chair of the Committee provides regular reports to the Chief Information Officer on Committee activities.

Committee Structure

The Committee, appointed by the Chief Information Officer, consists of:

A minimum of 7 representatives from the following academic units:

  • Architecture
  • College and Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
  • Commerce
  • Continuing and Professional Studies
  • Darden
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Law
  • Leadership and Public Policy
  • Medicine
  • Nursing
  • University of Virginia Library

A minimum of 5 representatives from the following vice presidential areas:

  • Development
  • Finance
  • Human Resources
  • Management and Budget
  • Research
  • Student Affairs

Representative from:

  • Faculty Senate
  • Student Council
The committee also includes up to five at-large appointments, and ex-officio members without term from the offices of the Executive Vice President and Provost and the Chief Information Officer.