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IT Advisory Council (ITAC)

The IT Advisory Council (ITAC) reviews development and changes for systems of record and systems of engagement.

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The IT Advisory Council (ITAC) reviews development and changes for systems of record (SoR) and systems of engagement (SoE), if the impact requires feedback from multiple steering committees. Responsibilities:

  • Review and prioritize competing annual IT capital requests.
  • Work to resolve conflicts between competing functional area interests.
  • Seek additional approval from the IT Governance Council (ITGC) where additional governance considerations are required.

  • Confer with Data Stewards as required.

Members

The CIO or IT Governance Council (ITGC) calls for the formation of ITAC when appropriate or asked to do so by a functional unit, Vice President, or Dean. In addition to the standing members, executive leaders from the functional area(s) and SoE/SoR steering committees participate in ITAC.

  • Chair, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
  • Assistant Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Cornell Information Technologies
  • Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
  • Dean of the Law School
  • Dean of the School of Industrial & Labor Relations
  • Director of the Cornell Information Technologies Project Management Office
  • Senior Vice Provost and Dean of the Graduate School
  • University Auditor
  • University Librarian
  • Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
  • Vice President for Alumni Affairs and Development
  • Vice President for Budget and Planning
  • Vice President for Financial Affairs
  • Vice President for Student and Campus Life
  • Vice Provost for Research, Vice President for Technology Transfer, Intellectual Property and Research Policy

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