Structure, Strategy and Guidance

Established in 2016, Texas A&M University-Wide IT Governance was created to make informed, strategic IT decisions through structured committees and councils.

Committees

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.

Executive

The Executive IT Council (EITC) approves the university-wide IT vision and overall IT budget structure, and sets key IT priorities for the university.

Strategic

The Strategic IT Committee and Strategic Liaisons advise and execute decisions on IT strategies, investments, operations, priorities and services.

Operational

Five operational committees provide input for the mission of the University by recommending IT solutions related to their focus.

IT Governance Committee Objectives

In our first operational year for IT Governance, each Operational committee was tasked with identifying 3-5 objectives for the coming year.

Choosing our Next LMS

The Teaching and Transformational Learning Committee has set out to find a powerful learning solution to better serve the professional development needs for the Division of IT. Get involved in the LMS review process by attending vendor presentations and feedback forums. More information located in the LMS Selection Subcommittee.