The UW is implementing a new Information & Technology Governance model to enable transformation and innovation at the UW through strategic investment in information and technology, by growing value, managing risk, and making shared decisions effectively and fairly. This new governance model creates unified executive oversight for multiple areas that are closely related but currently are governed separately: technology, data, information security, privacy and HR & Finance Workday governance.
Starting in Autumn quarter of 2023, existing governance groups related to information and technology will transition into a unified structure:
- A new Information & Technology Executive Committee will provide shared executive oversight and unified decision-making.
- Existing related governance groups will transition into the Information & Technology governance structure.
- The scope of governance groups and related roles, responsibilities and processes will be more clearly defined.
- Governance groups can be expanded to better represent needed areas at the UW.
For individual governance groups, planned transitions into the new model are listed below. The governance support team in UW-IT is working closely with the leadership of each group, and group members will receive more information as each transition is planned.
|Legacy governance groups||Transitions|
|IT Strategy Board||Transitioning to the I&T Executive Committee in Autumn 2023|
|IT Service Investment Board||Meet in 2023 Q4 to finalize TRF recommendations, then pause until the future TRF process is known|
|IT Service Management Board||Transitioning to the I&T Enterprise Technology domain in Autumn 2023|
|Security Advisory Board||Transitioning to the I&T Information Security and Privacy domain in Autumn 2023|
|HR & Finance Workday Governance||No planned change in 2023|
|UW Data Governance||No planned change in 2023|
No changes are planned for IT governance in UW Medicine, UW Bothell, or UW Tacoma.
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