By definition, “governance” is a method of establishing chains of accountability, empowerment, management, and communication to effectively make and implement decisions.
IT governance is then the set of processes that ensure effective and efficient use of information technology (IT) in order to enable an organization to meet its goals.
An IT governance model establishes who is empowered to evaluate, prioritize, select, and fund competing IT investment options, as well as oversee the implementation of solutions and measure benefits.
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Here at CU, a new, collaborative IT Governance model has recently been established in response to past failures, as well as in support of continuing and upcoming strategic initiatives.
Services in-scope: multi-campus IT offerings
- Research and Grants
- Student Services
- Finance Services
- HCM Services
- Cross Application Services
- UIS Organizational services
- Advancement Services