TU IT Governance

The information technology (IT) governance structure at the University of Tulsa (TU) establishes the strategic, operational, and technical decision-making process necessary to ensure an innovative, reliable, and robust information technology environment. IT governance provides strategic leadership and ensures campus-wide input on IT priorities and policies.

The primary goals of IT Governance at TU are:

  • To align TU IT’s direction with the University’s Strategic Plan and business priorities
  • To create a portfolio of IT systems and services on campus that is efficient, meaningful, and innovative
  • To share awareness of the impact of and resources applied to campus technology

These goals are accomplished by:

  • Fostering dynamic and direct partnership between TU IT and the university it serves
  • Ensuring comprehensive and integrated IT oversight
  • Providing oversight led by members of the University community who are responsible for, and directly accountable to, their respective parts of the institution

IT Executive Team

The IT Executive Team is comprised of all IT Officers and is responsible for major IT decision-making for the University and provides guidance, as well as sets IT priorities in harmony with the University’s strategic goals and mission.

IT Governance Advisory Groups

IT Governance advisory groups meet regularly to discuss IT topics and prioritize ideas or projects that will best serve their area of responsibility.

Current advisory groups:
Tech Advisory Group – Meets monthly.
CIO Advisory Group – Meets monthly.
Colleague User Group – Meets monthly.

Internal IT Governance Advisory Groups

Internal IT Governance advisory groups meet regularly to discuss IT topics and prioritize ideas or projects that will best serve their area of responsibility.

Current advisory groups:
IT Leadership – Meets once a week. (Daily during COVID19)
University IT Group – Meets every two weeks. (Twice weekly during COVID19)