Committees

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Governance Model

Decision-making structures are organizational units and roles responsible for receiving input from university stakeholders and making decisions within a defined scope.

Executive

Executive IT Council

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

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Strategy

Strategic IT Committee

Accountable and transparent to the Texas A&M University community, the Strategic IT Committee (SITC) advises and executes decisions on IT strategies, investments, operations, priorities and services.

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Operational

Architecture & Infrastructure Committee

The IT Architecture & Infrastructure Committee (AIC) provides input, recommendations and architected solutions on IT infrastructure services.

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Information Risk, Policy & Security Committee

The Information Risk, Policy & Security Committee (IRPSC) provides the IT Governance (ITG) framework with institutional governance of information security policies, IT risk management and privacy-related procedures and security initiatives.

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Enterprise Applications Committee

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

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Research & Innovative Technologies Committee

The Research & Innovative Technologies Committee (RITC) provides input for the research mission of Texas A&M University by recommending IT strategies, plans and policies that support research by faculty and students.

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Teaching & Transformational Learning Technologies Committee

The Teaching & Transformational Learning Technologies Committee (TTLTC) provides input for the teaching and learning mission of Texas A&M University.

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Special Groups

Decision-making structures are organizational units and roles responsible for receiving input from University stakeholders and making decisions within a defined scope. This section contains each decision-making structure in the ITG Framework, recognize inputs and outputs between the structures, outline alignment processes to ensure that behaviors are consistent with IT policy, and draw unique boundaries between the structures and their associated sub-structures.

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