IT Strategy Board

Last updated: February 1, 2024
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The purpose of the IT Strategy Board is to:

  • Review key developments in information technology for potential impacts to, and adoption by, the University of Washington.
  • Recommend critical opportunities and actions that will best position the UW to adopt strategic information technologies to support and advance its teaching, learning, research and service missions.
  • Review the breadth and scope of the UW’s information technology portfolio to recommend appropriate investments in new capabilities to support the University’s core missions, and to realize efficiencies and cost savings in its business operations.
  • Make recommendations to the President and Provost about strategic plans, policies and funding priorities for information technology at the University.

The scope of the IT Strategy Board encompasses all activities of UW Information Technology, including major projects, service improvements, and infrastructure investments. The Strategy Board provides oversight of major IT projects, service improvements and infrastructure investments. In addition, the IT Strategy Board makes recommendations about University-wide IT strategies, investments, projects and initiatives.

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