IT Governance establishes and maintains processes that create transparency, clarity, accountability, and equity in strategic IT investments; ensures alignment to university strategic priorities; and documents outcomes of strategic IT activities.
The EIIC is composed of OSU community members from across the university who represent the primary areas where IT investments will be made based on OSU SP 4.0 and IT Strategic Plan 2023. Members include those representing teaching, learning, research, extension and administration.
Its purpose is to ensure the effective and efficient use of technology that will enable OSU to achieve its strategy and goals. The committee is also tasked with ensuring that technology services advance the university’s goals and mission as well as being accountable for the realization of expected value and benefits from strategic information and technology investments.
Proposed launch: Fall 2022
Advises on and prioritizes IT investments that advance the university’s teaching and learning mission. The Committee is tasked with strategic planning, prioritization, and needs identification for academic computing and digital supports for curriculum development, academic program assessment, and the overall teaching and learning experience.
The [email protected] Advisory Groupguides the design, implementation and development of the [email protected] ecosystem in alignmentwith OSU’s strategic goals as defined by the Enterprise Information Investment Committee (EIIC).
Advises on and prioritizes IT investments that advance the university’s strategic priorities for student success and experience.
Proposed launch: Fall 2022
Advises on and prioritizes IT investments that advance the university’s outreach and engagement mission.
Advises on university-wide investment decisions taken in support of the university’s research mission and strategic priorities, including the strategic direction of the university’s digital research infrastructure. The group is tasked with representing the breadth of research endeavors at Oregon State across all disciplines and varieties of scale.
Advises on strategic data governance decisions, including the overall strategic direction of data, analytics, and decision support for the university to ensure that the university’s needs are being met in the effective and efficient use of data.
Identifies, facilitates, documents, and monitors enterprise-level data management activities necessary for the effective and efficient use of data within acceptable levels of risk.
Advises on and prioritizes IT investments that support the University’s business capabilities and advance its strategic priorities
Provides strategic advisement regarding the re-engineering of core administrative HR, student, and finance tools and processes, and the deployment of AI and automated workflows in the cloud.
[Membership to be confirmed Summer 2022]
Assists the Chief Information Security Officer in the governance of the Information Security Program by establishing and maintaining a framework to ensure that information security strategies are aligned with and support business objectives, are consistent with applicable laws and regulations, and provide assignment of responsibility, all in an effort to manage risk.
Chair: David McMorries, Chief Information Security Officer
David McMorries, CISO and Assistant Vice Provost (Co-Chair),
Byron Marshall, Assistant Dean for Assessment, Accreditation and Analytics, College of Business (Co-Chair) [Rotating]
Kevin McGrath, Senior Instructor, College of Engineering
Terralyn Vandetta, Director, Forestry Computing Resources
Andrew Wheeler, Director, UIT Customer Experience
Vacant, Senior IT Auditor, Office of Audit, Risk and Compliance
Ben Wessel, Senior Director of IT, Department of Finance and Administration
Christina McKnight, Director of Insurance and Risk Management Services
Lucas Turpin (Office of Extension and Engagement)
Marjorie McLagan, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer