Each committee was created to balance input from university stakeholders and the mission of the university to make strategic IT decisions within a defined scope.


Chief Information Officer & Strategic Chairpersons Committee

The CIO and Strategic Chairs Committee (CSCC) executes decisions on IT strategies, investments, operations, priorities and services.


Enterprise Services Committee

The Enterprise Services Committee (ESC) provides strategic oversight for core administrative information systems across the University.

Research Technologies Committee

The Research Technologies Committee (RTC) provides input for the research mission of the university by recommending IT strategies, plans and policies that support research by faculty and students.

Student and Academic Technologies Committee

The Student and Academic Technologies Committee (SATC) is charged with providing student input on information technology issues such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs, campus wireless access, and other IT issues that directly impact students.

Data Governance Committee

The Data Governance Committee (DGC) seeks to guide university-wide data management and governance needs for the University.

Service Experience Committee

The Service Experience Committee (SEC) evaluates and recommends improvement to people, process, technology, policies, and practices to improve the overall experience in the provisioning and use of Technology Services at Texas A&M University.

Health Technologies Committee

The Health Technologies Committee (HTC) serves as an input and guidance body to enable innovative and effective health technologies and initiatives across Texas A&M Health. In addition to the members and charge, Texas A&M Health faculty, staff, or students may be invited to participate on special task force and focus groups.

Emerging and Innovative Technologies Committee

The Emerging and Innovative Technologies Committee (EITC) will Review and make recommendations on emerging and innovative technologies to support the functioning of the University; advance the development, knowledge, and application of emerging and innovative technologies; encourage the reporting and discussion of technical and social issues, and information transfer of applications of emerging and innovative technologies; and to foster the multi-disciplinary use of these technologies.