Governance for UFIT
The High-level Components of Governance for IT. View larger.
The UF Community includes Students, Staff, Faculty, Deans, VPs, Administration, DSOs, Friends and External Clients.
UF Information Technology governance is a well-defined, transparent process. The governance committees provide recommendations and guidance on policies, standards, and priorities in support of the university’s mission and business goals.
The UF-wide IT Governance structure includes the following components:
- Unit IT Advisory/Coordination/Governance Committees to address local issues and provide representation to the Topical IT Advisory Committees.
- Six main Topical IT Advisory Committees: Education & Outreach, Research Computing, Administrative Systems, Web Services, IT Security and Shared IT Infrastructure. Each Topical IT Advisory Committee will provide representation to the IT Policy Council in such a manner that corresponding IT providers and IT users will be represented equally.
- An IT Policy Council that assists and advises the UF CIO regarding tactical and technology issues and decisions, establishes and oversees UF-wide IT planning processes, and establishes and oversees UF-wide processes towards the development of reasonable and appropriate UF-wide policies, standards, major UF-wide strategic project and budget recommendations that are submitted to the President's Cabinet.
- The President's Cabinet that approves UF-wide policies and standards, strategic UF-wide projects and associated budget, which requires a UF-wide financial commitment.
- The Office of the UF CIO.