DoIT works closely with the campus, especially our stakeholders, to make certain that the IT project portfolio adequately meets the needs of the campus.
- Vice President & Deans Council – This group oversees the strategic, policy, and operational objectives for UMBC. The Associate Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and VP of IT co-chair this committee. This committee is part of the university plan of organization is focused on how technology can be used to achieve our overarching university goals.
- IT Steering Committee – Organized by the Provost’s Office and co-chaired by the CIO, this committee oversees policy and strategic direction of IT, especially as it pertains to the academic enterprise. This committee has representatives from the senates, stakeholders from each division, and representatives from departments that are large consumers of IT services.
- Campus Systems Executive Committee – This committee is focused on using technology to support administrative systems and business processes at UMBC. For policy or strategic direction it reports through the IT Steering Committee. Members include leaders from Enrollment Management, Financial Services, Human Resources, Institutional Research, Graduate School, Continuing and Professional Studies, Division of Undergraduate Education, and Information Technology.
- Faculty Senate Computer Policy Committee – This committee is a standing committee of the Faculty Senate and is charged with reporting to the Senate on IT issues of interest to the faculty. Members are identified by the faculty senate.
- Data Management Committee – This committee oversees the data warehouse and campus reporting infrastructure to insure data security, access, and quality. It reports to the Campus Systems Executive committee for operational planning and the IT Steering Committee for policy.
- Campus Classroom Committee – this committee oversees classroom management, including instructional technology.
- Blackboard Advisory Committee – this committee focuses on the operational and policy decisions related to the timing of upgrades, or other proposed changes, related to Blackboard Learning Management System.
Goals and Planning
Planning has been driven by three major efforts over the last decade. The 2000 IT Strategic plan laid the framework and vision for UMBC IT services, especially administrative services, that resulted in the implementation of PeopleSoft for HR, Finance, and Student Administration. The Richness & Reach plan focused on creating a technology enriched learning environment in support teaching and learning. The IT Restructuring report (and 2010 and 2011 DoIT responses) focused on the question of centralized vs decentralized and identified opportunities for leveraging IT to improve UMBC and save money.
Past strategic planning documents:
- AY 2018-2019 IT Goals and Objectives
- Ay 2017-2018 IT Goals and Objectives
- AY 2016-2017 IT Goals and Objectives
- AY 2015-2016 IT Goals and Objectives
- DoIT 2016 Visual Strategy and Goals (1 page visual)
- UMBC Campus Cyber-Infrastructure Plan – 2014-2016 plan.
- AY 2014-2015 Annual Report
- AY 2014-2015 Goals & Objectives – Operational goals for Fiscal year 2015
- AY 2013-2014 Goals & Objectives – This is the operational goals for Fiscal year 2014
- AY 2012-2013 Goals & Objectives – Goals for Fiscal year 2013
- AY 2011-2012 Goals & Objectives – Goals for Fiscal year 2012.
- IT Steering and DoIT Response to IT Restructuring Report – This was a response by the IT Steering Committee on how to meet the broad objectives outlined in the IT Restructuring Report.
- IT Restructuring Report – Provost’s planning committee that looked at IT service delivery and staffing on campus.
- Richness and Reach: A Strategic Plan for Teaching and Learning, 2007
- IT Strategic Plan – 2000 Strategic Planning Report