IT Council

Technology plays a mission-critical role in helping the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign remain a preeminent public research university with a land-grant mission. The Office of the CIO helps facilitate the creative development and use of cutting edge technology resources to transform all dimensions of our academic enterprise, including research, teaching and learning, and public outreach.

What is the IT Council?

The purpose of the IT Council is to ensure the alignment of IT to campus strategic goals. IT Council:

  • guides decision-making
  • creates transparency of the full life-cycle of IT investments
  • advises on-campus technology needs and priorities
  • provides recommendations about technology services
  • provides prioritization and funding recommendations

IT Council Groups

IT Council coordinates and facilitates the interconnected committees that evaluate and recommend IT direction in support of research, teaching and learning, and public engagement.

IT Council

Application Services Subcommittee of IT Council

The Application Services Subcommittee focuses on topics of application services, operational process improvement, and workflow management.

Cloud Advisory Subcommittee of IT Council

The Cloud Advisory Subcommittee (CAS) leverages a Campus Cloud Strategy to drive outcomes defined by the Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) and to evolve the Campus Cloud Strategy based upon campus needs.  The CAS also establishes effective policies and standards that optimize cloud capabilities.

IT End User Services Subcommittee of IT Council

The IT End User Services Subcommittee focuses on topics of IT end user services, including direct IT user support, training, business process consulting, and specialized facilitation and integration.

IT Infrastructure Subcommittee of IT Council

The IT Infrastructure Subcommittee focuses on technology infrastructure such as the network, telecommunications, compute, storage, data center, and cloud capabilities.