IT Governing Committees

Executive Technology Advisory Committee (ETAC)
  • Responsible for the overall review and management of the University strategic technology plan; all other technology governance subcommittees will report through ETAC as the highest-level technology governing body 
  • Review of and guidance on the project portfolio 
  • Review of and guidance on the ITS Service Portfolio 
  • Review and approval of all policies related to the use of information technology 

Membership: Vice President & Chief Information Officer; Vice President & Chief Financial Officer; Vice President, Human Resources; Vice President, Academic Affairs; Vice President & Dean, School of Medicine; Vice President, Enrollment and Retention Management; Vice President, Research Support; Associate Vice President & Chief Technology Officer; Chair, Staff Advisory Committee; President, Student Government Association; Chair, Faculty Senate

Information Technology Services Project Review Team (ITS PRT)

  • Responsible for formally accepting projects into the Information Technology Services project portfolio 
  • Recommend project priority ranking to the Executive Technology Advisory Committee 
  • Review ITS Cost of Ownership, Data Classification and Categorization, and resource allocations 

Membership: Associate Vice President & Chief Technology Officer; Associate Vice President & Deputy Chief Information Officer; Director, ITS Operations Group; Director, ITS Enterprise Products Group; Director, ITS Customer Service Group; Director, ITS Academic Technologies; Director, IT Security and Compliance; Director, Research Technology; Director, ITS Business Operations

Administrative Technology Advisory Committee

  • Responsible for discussing projects that either directly provide a service to the SLU Administration community or affect the SLU Administration community 
  • Review and prioritize scoring of projects or other activities to implement or enhance applications, related infrastructure, or services that support administrative functions across the university 
  • Review and endorse policies and procedures related to the operation, usage or oversight of the systems, services and infrastructure supporting the administrative functions 

Membership: Director, ITS Enterprise Products Group; Office of Institutional Research Representative; Chair, Banner Student Core committee; Student Development Representative; Business & Finance Representative; Human Resources Representative; Advancement Representative; University Registrar Representative

Learning Technology Advisory Committee (LTAC)

  • Responsible for discussing projects that either directly provide a service to the SLU Academic community or may affect the SLU Academic community
  • Review and prioritize scoring of projects or other activities to implement or enhance applications, related infrastructure or services that support and enhance the University's mission of teaching and learning 
  • Review and endorse policies and procedures related to the operation, usage or oversight of the systems, services and infrastructure supporting the academic functions 

Membership: Director, Reinert Center for Teaching Excellence; Director, ITS Academic Technologies; Director, ITS Customer Service Group; Assistant Vice President, Academic Affairs; Student Government Association Representative; Center for Sustainability Representative; College of Education Representative; School of Nursing Representative; Saint Louis University Center for Outcomes Research (SLUCOR) Representative; School of Medicine Representative; Doisy College of Health Sciences Representative; Center for Advanced Dental Education Representative; John Cook School of Business Representative; University Libraries Representative; School of Professional Studies Representative; College of Arts & Science Representative

Infrastructure & Communication Technology Advisory Committee

  • Responsible for discussing projects that provide infrastructure and communication technology to SLU 
  • Apply priority scoring for projects or activities that implement or enhance the processes, systems and/or supporting infrastructure either used exclusively by ITS to run its organization or operations OR projects relating to engineering, building, maintaining, and operating the systems and technical infrastructure supporting multiple organizations 
  • Review and endorse policies and procedures related to the operation, usage or oversight of the systems, services and infrastructure operations 

Membership: Director, ITS Operations Group; Associate Vice President, Service Operations; Assistant Vice President, Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness; Business Manager, Public Health; School of Medicine Representative; Doisy College of Health Sciences Representative; Director of Web Services, Marketing & Communications; Dean of University Libraries; Business Services Representative; Allied Health Representative; Director, Student Development; President, Student Government Association

Research Technology Advisory Committee

  • Responsible for discussing projects that either directly provide a service to the SLU Research community or affect the SLU Research community 
  • Review and prioritize scoring for projects or activities to implement or enhance applications, supporting infrastructure and services that support researchers and research activity 
  • Review and endorse policies and procedures related to the operation, usage or oversight of the systems, services and infrastructure supporting the research functions 

Membership: Associate Vice President & Chief Technology Officer; Vice President, Research Support; Director, Division of Research Administration Technology; Associate Dean for School of Medicine

University Medical Group Technology Advisory Committee

  • Responsible for discussing projects that either directly provide a service to the SLU Medical community or affect the SLU Medical community 
  • Review and prioritize scoring projects or activities to implement or enhance applications, related infrastructure or services that support and enhance the abilities of clinicians to deliver quality services to patients or clients 
  • Review and endorse policies and procedures related to the operation, usage or oversight of the systems, services and infrastructure supporting the clinical functions 

Membership: Director, ITS Customer Service Group; SLUCare Chief Operating Officer; Executive Director PMO - Administration; Director, Electronic Health Records; Associate Dean, Graduate Medical Education and Veterans Affairs

Strategic Technology Planning Committee

  • Responsible for development of a 2020 vision and a set of high-level goals for technology 
  • Strategy is focused on all technology investments throughout the University 
  • Creation of two three-year technology plans that include operational tactics for achievement of the goals 

Membership: Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Student Government Association Representative, Staff Advisory Committee Representative, Faculty Senate Representative, Researcher Representative, Physician Representative, Enrollment and Retention Management Representative, Advancement Representative, Mission and Ministry Representative, Madrid Representative, Student Development Representative, Academic Affairs Representative

Information Technology Security & Compliance Committee

  • Responsible for providing oversight of the Security and Compliance Program 
  • Providing Vulnerability Management and Risk Management 
  • Reviewing and endorsing policies and procedures related to security and compliance 

Membership: Director and Information Security Officer, University Registrar, Executive Director Risk Management, Assistant Vice President Human Resources, Privacy Officer, Director Research, Assistant Vice President Academic Affairs, Associate General Counsel, Assistant Vice President and Deputy Chief Information Officer, Quality Assurance Analyst, IT Compliance Analyst

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Task Force

  • Responsible for reviewing existing practices to determine where improvements are required 
  • Update policies, practices and standards for the handling of HIPAA-protected information 
  • Socialize those policies, practices and standards throughout the University community 

Membership: Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Compliance Department Privacy Officer, Information Security Officer and Director, Information Technology Security and Compliance Representative, UMG Administration Representative, Medical School Administration Representative, Professor Representative, Project Manager

PCI (Payment Card Industry) Task Force

  • Responsible for ensuring PCI Compliance throughout the University 
  • Identify areas of focus, prioritize goals and garner management buy-in and University community involvement 
  • Remediate merchant accounts 
  • Conduct Self-Assessment Questionnaires 

Membership: Manager, Treasury & Investment; Treasury Analyst; Director, Treasury & Investment; Supervisor, Parking & Card Services; Manager, Development Services; Director & Information Security Officer; Project Manager; Application System Analyst

Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) Task Force (under formation and recruiting members)

  • Responsible for supporting an enhanced cybersecurity network and server infrastructure, with monitoring and control processes and procedures that meet the baseline standards to satisfy Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) moderate level compliance requirements, as outlined in the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) 
  • Responsible for identifying business process for grants that require FISMA foundation 

Membership: Director, Grant Writing; Information Technology Security and Compliance, Select members of the research community

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