The campus is now in the fifth consecutive --- and, we hope, final --- year of budget cuts. IT units continue to operate essential services as efficiently as possible; fix at-risk IT services and projects; launch a small number of critical new initiatives; develop and retain staff; and build an inclusive One IT community. The top IT priorities for FY19 and the start of FY20 are organized by the three major campus strategies and by the provision of core IT systems and infrastructure all of the campus relies on for its day-to-day work --- the campus’ IT foundation. These top IT Priorities represent only a small fraction of the totality of One IT work.
With the exemplary work of our IT professionals across campus, we have been able to absorb budget cuts while minimizing impact on the broader campus community. The dedication and engagement of the One IT community has resulted in the phenomenal progress we have been able to make in our strategic plan thus far and toward our vision for the future.
We are all in this together.
Larry Conrad, Associate Vice Chancellor for IT and Chief Information Officer