Various groups participate in the governance of Administrative IT Systems. This model ensures that the University’s administrative systems meet the needs of faculty, staff and students; provides for the protection and proper use of University data; and standardizes the University’s administrative desktop computer environment.
Strategic Advisory Group on IT (SAGIT)
The Strategic Advisory Group on IT (SAGIT) advises the Provost on the budgetary matters related to IT systems projects that have been endorsed by the Enterprise Systems Planning Group (ESPG) and other projects that are presented by the Vice President for Information Technology and/or the Provost. The group is chaired by the Provost and comprised of Cabinet level executives.
Information Security & IT Risk Management
Information security and IT risk management are necessary strategic functions in any organization, and are integral to numerous aspects of the University. The Information Security and IT Risk Management Governance Committee assists in evaluating the portfolio, capabilities and strategies in these two key and complementary areas. The Committee provides support and input to the security mission and campus culture and encourages and monitors continuous IT risk assessment in assessing current evaluations and expected outcomes.
Project Managers Team (PMT)
The Project Managers Team (PMT) provides leadership and guidance on the delivery of administrative products and services, and continues to support the established application and data management principles. The group is chaired by the Associate CIO for Administrative Information Services and comprised of managers and project managers from the administrative departments.
IT Common Services
“Common Services” are a set of foundational IT services, managed and delivered by OIT, that Princeton University members can access for communication, collaboration, and productivity. The Common Services Committee (CSC) provides planning and oversight of the annual portfolio of IT projects related to these common services, and it adjudicates in matters raised by service managers and by the Strategic Advisory Group on IT (SAGIT).
Data Strategy Executive Council
The Data Strategy Executive Council is part of the overall university IT governance process. It will guide the University’s strategy and related policy to promote the effective and responsible use of administrative data. The Council will help facilitate institutional decision-making through support of initiatives that address the University’s strategic questions in a timely, usable, and responsible way. The Council will nurture and promote a robust analytics culture and accountability for appropriate use based on strong data governance principles.
Teaching & Learning Technologies
The Teaching & Learning Technologies Committee (TLTC) enables effective teaching and learning at Princeton by ensuring that appropriate technologies and support models are in place to meet the firsthand needs of faculty and students.
The Administrative Technology Committee (ATC) provides planning and oversight of the annual portfolio of IT projects related to systems and applications that support the administrative functions of the University.