Standing committees dealing primarily with ITS: which are convened around a specific purpose.
Admin Systems Advisory Committee (ASAC)
Like the operating budget, the time and expertise of the ITS: Division is a limited resource under significant demand that must be carefully allocated according to what is best for the college. Establishing a governance structure over our information technology resources is critical to making effective decisions. The creation of the Administrative Systems Advisory Committee (ASAC) is a first step toward such a governance structure. This advisory group will operate in a timely and transparent manner to recommend to the President (1) which projects the ITS: Division should move forward and (2) how the approved projects should be prioritized. The President, after consultation with the Cabinet, will approve or modify the recommendation, and inform ASAC of the decision.
Change Control Board (CCB)
The Change Control Board (CCB) helps to ensure that changes to technology systems are communicated well and managed in a rational and predictable manner. The CCB is responsible for enforcing IT Change Management Policy and for overseeing and approving change requests (CRs). The CCB emphasizes both usability and security, and both a member of the front line support team and the ITS: staff member overseeing security serve as voting members.