Information Technology policy development at the university is a campus-wide exercise. We involve internal and external stakeholders to ensure that appropriate representation and resources are used to develop IT policies that serve the entire university.
Contributors to this process include the IT Governance Committees.
The Information Technology Broadband Program is comprised of six pay bands for positions in the computing infrastructure, data and voice communications, instructional development, and academic and administrative technology. Each band includes the multiple information technology disciplines of voice, data and video technologies to recognize the convergence of these technologies and the increasing need for technology workers to have some knowledge in all these areas to perform their jobs.