IT Governance

ITMC Charter

The Information Technology Management Council System (ITMC) consists of representatives from all campuses and Vice Presidential areas including:

All Council members must be Cabinet/EMC member appointed senior level with the exception of the USF System Faculty Council Representative.  No substitutions are allowed.
Chair:  System Vice President for Information Technology and CIO (non-voting members)

Ex-officio Members:  Director of IT Financial Management and Program Office, Administrative Assistant to the Vice President, General Counsel and University Audit and Compliance.  Ex-officio members are for the support of the Council and do not vote.

Purpose:  The USF Information Technology Management Council System is the highest level governance group with IT for recommendations on and articulation of policy, priority and resource allocation for technology and is a system-wide Council.  It is the conduit through which all the other technology committees and workgroups should bring issues for resolution.  It provides advice and counsel regarding issues of information technology to the President, the members of the President’s Cabinet, the University Board of Trustees (BOT), and the Academic & Campus Environment Advisory Council (ACEAC).  The Council provides guidance and recommendations to ensure the best and highest use of university resources in order to provide university-wide consistency and efficiency in policy, priorities, and application of resources for all aspects of information technology.

Charge:  The USF Information Technology Management Council System is charged with providing advice and recommendations through the institution’s executive management for decision making and operational execution.  Areas within the scope of the ITMC System include, but are not necessarily limited to:

Meetings:  The ITMC System shall establish a schedule of meeting times which shall be commensurate with the volume of issues on which it must make recommendations, but shall not be less than quarterly.  The Chair shall preside over the meetings and is responsible for the development of relevant agendas and the documentation of Council proceedings.  The members can give input on agenda items as well.