Admin 05.22.18 Minutes

Attending:

Kathleen Engstrom, Dale Rush, Jaclyn Finch, Eric McMinoway, Todd Van Neck, Mike Kamowski, Monica Tith, Robyn Velazquez, Stephanie Dable, Tony Kerber, Cynthia Cobb, Marla McKinney, Jon Santanni, John Fudacz, Alex Phistry, Aaron Rosenthal, Dimuthu Tilakaratne

  • Banner XE
    • Presentation
      • A presentation was given on Banner 9
      • The required reasons for the switch to Banner 9 were described along with an explanation on how it allows the university to stay with current regulatory changes and eliminates the need for a client-wide Java plug in
      • Noted that there is a much improved user interface with Banner 9
      • Noted that the functionality of Banner 9 will remain the same with added improvements
      • An introductory navigational video on the AITS website was mentioned
      • Also mentioned was Banner 9 and how it gives users a first look at how Banner 9 is more improved than Banner 8
      • A side-by-side comparison of Banner 8 and 9 was given
      • Using Oracle as an example, the changes and updates included in Banner 9’s forms were gone over
      • It was asked if the rollout would be in phases or immediate
      • Suggested that the rollout will occur on October 14th, which is a hard date with no changes anticipated
      • It was asked if other groups were consulted on the rollout date to be sure there will be no conflicts
      • Suggested that all appropriate departments were contacted and no conflicts are anticipated
    • Demo
      • A demo of Banner 9 was given, noting the different home page images for the differing universities
      • Noted that HR BPD codes will remain the same, while students will have different ones
      • New and improved search features were mentioned
      • Noted that functionality will remain the same, but that Banner 9’s look and feel have been updated
      • Multiple features as well as improvements to old features were gone over
      • It was mentioned that most forms are not introducing any new functionalities
      • Differences between basic and advanced filters were gone over
      • It was asked if data can be exported or downloaded in order to print
      • Suggested that exporting to a PDF would print the same way it displays on a screen, but that exporting to Excel could be trickier due to sensitive data
      • Noted that all form requests are reviewed and taken under consideration
      • Which web browsers will be supported was questioned
      • Suggested that most common browsers are supported and work well
      • The introductory navigational video and Banner 9 Playground on the AITS website were gone over
      • It was asked if the move to Banner 9 assures that the university will continue to use Banner
      • Suggested that AITS is still going over other options, but for now will continue to use Banner
      • Noted that Banner 9 is currently in the implementation phase
      • Discussion on who will have to undergo training
  • HR Projects
    • System HR / Nessie Redesign
      • The goals of Nessie and the HR website were described
      • Suggested that the new website is mobile friendly
      • Also mentioned that HR has created an app to make accessing features like the earnings statements easier
      • It was asked if users will still be prompted with Duo while using the new app
      • Suggested that if users are trying to access their earnings statement off campus, they will be prompted with Duo
      • The differences between the new and old Nessie websites and applications were compared
      • The updated user features of the new Nessie website were gone over
      • It was mentioned that a re-branding of Nessie and modifications to the HR website to add simplicity are being worked on
      • Noted that the old Nessie website has many redirects to the new site
      • Suggested that the anticipated date for all content to be moved is early July
      • Also suggested that Nessie decommissioning efforts will be done once all content has been transferred
      • The Nessie survey results were gone over
    • Employee Training Infrastructure
      • A brief update on the Employee Training infrastructure was given
      • The implementation process was gone over, noting the focuses
      • Suggested that the first target will be ethics training, and pilot training should be conducted sometime in June
      • Also suggested that the anticipated rollout for training and product instance is early fall, but marketing will be held off until new systems can be put in place
      • Suggested that some of the next sets of training being looked at are campus security and HIPAA training
  • UI, Architecture, and Visualization Standards Work
    • Presentation
      • A brief overview of the development and goals of ITPC were given
      • The current status of the User Interface Standing was gone over
      • Mentioned that AITS has been working on designing a common look and feel for their different interfaces
      • Suggested that AITS is trying to establish availability and usability with all applications
      • Examples of the websites redesigned by AITS, comparing their new similar looks and feels, were gone over
      • Suggested that the next step is to start designing the web standards website
      • Suggested that the goal in creating the web standards website was to create a repository for standards set forth by AITS and ITPC
      • Noted that the input for standards was mostly developed from AITS, but feedback to improve the standards is welcome
      • Noted that the standards are to be used more as suggestions than requirements
      • The status of AITS architecture was gone over, noting that the document was reviewed and updated in December 2017
      • The status of data visualization standards was mentioned, noting that they have recently updated and reviewed
      • Discussion of ITPC, the current AITS projects, and the functionality of particular systems from an end-user perspective
  • ITPC Update
    • Discussion
      • Suggested that the ITPC update is available in the Box folder for review
  • New Business
    • Logistics
      • Committee logistics that need to be reviewed and discussed will be handled in the near future
  • Old Business
    • Faculty Profiling System
      • Mentioned that this system is being worked on and will be further discussed at a future meeting

Admin 04.24.18 Minutes

Attending:

Dale Rush, Eric McMinoway, Anthony Marino, Mike Kamowski, Tony Kerber, Joe Patzin, Kathleen Engstrom, Dimuthu Tilakaratne, Aaron Rosenthal, Jackie Finch, Heather O’Leary, John Fudacz

  • IPHEC AV Contract
    • IPHEC
      • A brief overview of IPHEC and the AV contract were given
      • Noted that a notification from a vendor that the contract is not being renewed at the end of June was received
      • Suggested that there are some concerns about the contract ending and what it means for AV contracts
      • A task force was started under the IGC InfraSec committee to look into the situation
      • Other concerns were voiced
      • Discussion of the previous process for contracts and quotes as well as the proposed new contract
      • Concern was voiced about a single vendor meeting the needs of all state universities
      • Noted that UIC Purchasing is in contact with IPHEC and that pricing came in at the same or lower levels than the current contract
      • Suggested that there may be alternative contract options that UIC could consider
      • Noted that Urbana and the System Offices had also voiced concerns
      • It was asked how the committee could assist in efforts to address this issue
      • Suggested that the task force has wide representation
      • Discussion of maintaining old equipment under new contract

Admin 02.27.18 Minutes

Attending:

Brenda Hixon, Mike Kamowski, Eric McMinoway, Gloria Keeley, Mark Goedert, John Fudacz, Tony Kerber, Monica Tith, Cynthia Cobb, Linda Naru, Kathleen Engstrom, Heather O’Leary

  • ITPC
    • Updates
      • Noted that My UI Financials should be done at the end of April
      • Suggested that the new software is available and that members should look at it
      • Suggested that biennial inventory will be piloting in April at all three universities
      • It was asked which units at UIC will be included and there will be a follow up
      • Noted that IAM is still working on affiliations and the schedule has been pushed back, there will be an update at the next meeting
      • Suggested that the employee training infrastructure is in its startup phase
      • An employee training calendar was mentioned and it was asked if it could be integrated with the employee training project
      • Noted that there is a master calendar within the LMS
      • Discussion of what might go on this calendar
      • Suggested that the team is currently looking through HR data to develop a process and will also work with governance to go over some use cases
    • Source2Pay
      • The project timeline for Source2Pay was gone over and 24 processes should be complete by March
      • Next step is to put a request for proposals
      • Suggested that the committee review the website and look through the posted process documents
      • Noted that these documents are very detailed and that the team is looking to create high level requirements for the RFP
      • The committee was asked to provide feedback on the RFP as well
      • The goal is to have vendor demos by late summer
      • Noted that there are feedback meetings scheduled for UIC’s west side in April, and additional meetings will be added for the east side
      • Discussion of possible meeting conflicts and how to get feedback within the project timeline
      • A Doodle Poll will be sent out to the committee
  • UIC IT Strategy/Community
    • Presentation
      • The UIC IT Strategy was presented on as well as the idea of creating a UIC IT Community
      • The document was pulled up and strategic priorities were discussed
      • Noted that there had been some discussion of where UI Health and administration fit into these five priorities
      • Emphasized that this is a strategy document for UIC, while most administrative systems exist at the system level, above the university
      • A demo of ONE.uic was given
      • Discussion of how the central IT website, listserv, etc. will work
  • ACCC Strategic Planning
    • Strategic Planning Process
      • A presentation on the ACCC strategic planning process was given and suggested that the process is working to align to ACCC’s strategy with the UIC IT Strategy
      • How the strategies align was shown as well as the strategic planning process was gone over
      • Noted that ACCC is working to find a way to get stakeholder feedback
      • The scope of ACCC’s internal strategy was asked about
      • Suggested that the goal of strategic planning is to provide direction for ACCC projects and allow ACCC to prioritize projects to align with the priorities of UIC
      • Suggested that it goes beyond prioritizing services but also about process improvement
      • Suggested that the percentage of ACCC resources assigned to strategic efforts is still being discussed, but that ACCC is working towards being more strategic in general – prioritizing projects rather than just focusing on operations
  • New Business
    • Banner
      • Suggested that changes are coming to Banner in October
      • Suggested that Banner should function the same way, but the look and feel have changed
      • Discussion of issues related to Banner
      • A request for a demo to be shown to the committee in late spring was made
      • Concern was expressed about having enough time to train before October
      • It was suggested that the committee could look at the training schedule, navigation changes, etc. when the demo is given
      • Further discussion of training needs

Admin 01.23.18 Minutes

Attending:

Heather O’Leary, Mike Kamowski, Eric McMinoway, Cynthia Cobb, AJ Lavender, Aaron Rosenthal, Monica Tith, Gloria Keeley, Kathleen Engstrom, John Fudacz, Jackie Finch, Tony Kerber, Todd Van Neck, Therese Molina, Dale Rush

  • Wait Listing for Courses
    • Issue with Students Holding Courses
      • Suggested that a note came from Engineering regarding wait list options for high level courses and the provost has asked for a solution
      • Issue that any graduate student could hold a course in any graduate level course
      • Suggested a decision be made to restrict sections rather than create wait lists
      • OSS will continue looking at wait listing in the future
  • ITPC Update
    • My UI Financials
      • A brief update of the ITGC January report was given
      • Noted there are issues with loading data in My UI Financials which the team has been working to address
      • Suggested that the project may be complete by March
    • Biennial Inventory
      • Mentioned the Biennial Inventory has been postponed until April
      • The project will coincide with a BPI project for the biennial inventory process
      • Discussion of issues with disposals as well as other possible updates to FABweb
    • START myResearch
      • Suggested some of the requirements for the dashboard have changed
    • Identity and Access Management
      • Suggested that IAM work is nearing an end
      • The timeline will be reviewed and any outstanding items will be put into a new ITPC project
    • List of Projects for ITGC Admin
      • Suggested that many of these projects are closing
      • The committee was asked if they would like to add any more projects
      • Mentioned that there was a discussion about getting updates on a number of projects during committee meetings in the spring
      • Suggested that these presentations would provide more information and allow the ITPC to gather feedback
      • Mentioned that the committee had discussed the possibility of compiling a list of administrative process and assessing which need to be addressed
      • Discussion of how this project might work and what sorts of processes would be considered
      • Source to pay was mentioned. Suggesting that5 there is a BPI project that will finish in March
      • Mentioned that the team is currently writing the requirements for an RFP
      • Data reporting was suggested. Followed by a discussion of various reports
      • Discussion of the BAT conference which will be a future agenda item
      • Suggested adding the initial collection of the process improvement recommendations to the committee Box folder
      • Discussion of procurement
      • The committee agreed that it would be helpful to review the RFP together
      • Suggested that the committee compile the list of administrative processes and prioritize them
      • A schedule for presenting on source to pay and BPI will be worked on
  • Employee Training Infrastructure
    • Discussion
      • Suggested that the last meeting was a brainstorming session of what types of training should be included in the LMS
      • Suggested that the LMS could have a variety of uses
      • The committee reviewed the data being entered into the LMS
      • Discussion of where data can be pulled from and what information is needed for each employee
      • Suggested that initial rollout will support enterprise-wide compliance training but long-term will support other trainings
      • Discussion of issues that may arise in tracking training
    • Dashboard
      • A demo of the LMS dashboard was given
      • A brief update will be given at the next meeting

Admin 12.19.17 Minutes

Attending:

Tony Kerber; Heather O’Leary; Jackie Finch; Kathleen Engstrom; Todd Van Neck; Dale Rush; Joe Patzin; Mint Simagrai

  • Employee Training Infrastructure
    • Discussion
      • Suggested that the committee brainstorm ideas about the employee training infrastructure
      • Suggested beginning with the RFP but considering what might be missing
      • Lab trainings, such as laser and chemical safety, were suggested
      • Noted that the training infrastructure will be an LMS, not a system that does the actual training
      • Discussion of whether Blackboard could be used
      • Suggested that the training system will likely be separate from Blackboard
      • Suggested that the goal is to be able to put modules into the system for each training and allow employees to track what they have completed
      • Mentioned that trainings in Blackboard are possible, but the instance must be tracked separately
      • Discussion of reasons why Blackboard would not work well for this training system
      • Additional ESHO trainings will be added to the spreadsheet
      • Discussion of how to differentiate research/lab compliance trainings from other types of compliance
      • Suggested that if clinical training is done within the LMS, the system may have to be HIPAA compliant and have a BAA
      • Further discussion of how current trainings are tracked by EHSO, HR, etc.
      • Looking to address gaps in information needed to determine who needs to do specific trainings
      • It was asked whether employee reviews could be included in order to track professional development goals
      • Suggested that this might be possible through the individualized development program
      • Suggested that supervisors would have to be added to ensure completion
      • The committee was asked to create case studies of specific situations that might occur so that the vendor can determine how best to handle
      • Noted that supervisors could go into the system to confirm trainings
      • CEUs were asked about
      • Suggested pulling information into the system from external sources
      • Further discussion of how various trainings are being tracked and how medical residents are handled
      • Requested that the system allow employees to self-track completion in addition to supervisors being able to view trainings
      • Discussion of how to track off-campus training such as conference attendance
      • Suggested that if employees upload their own training there should be a process of supervisor approval
      • Suggested that the new system will initially focus on compliance before branching out to other training needs
      • Noted that each university in the system will have its own portal, style, and ability to customize trainings
      • Discussion of Cleary training, currently available on Blackboard
      • It was questioned what would be helpful to managers when it comes to training
      • Suggested having a list full of available trainings rather than occasional emails with upcoming trainings
      • Discussion of employees’ reviews and how this system might help

Admin 11.28.17 Minutes

Attending:

Todd Van Neck, Dale Rush, Joe Patzin, AJ Lavender, Eric McMinoway, Mint Simagrai, Kathleen Engstrom, John Fudacz, Tony Kerber, Jackie Finch, Mike Kamowski, Gloria Keeley, Jon Santanni, Heather O’Leary

  • ITPC Update
    • ITPC Status
      • Noted that not much has changed in the project timelines
      • QA testing was added to START myResearch
      • Discussion of what is currently available in the portal, reporting, and how many people are using the available tools
      • The biennial inventory system will be in pilot for April 2018
      • Noted that testing has discovered some performance concerns with My UI Financials, delaying December release
      • The different reporting options in START myResearch and My UIC Financials were gone over
      • Discussion of IAM and preparation for new student admission
    • Employee Training Infrastructure
      • Noted that it has not yet been decided which trainings will come first in the employee training infrastructure project
      • Discussion of how trainings might work in the new system
      • Suggested that a governance group will be put in place to govern the trainings made available
      • Further discussion of the best way to develop the training portal
      • Suggested that the goal of this system is for it to be an enterprise system that will be available for anyone to use
      • Suggested that a new level of skillsets will have to be developed to fully utilize the system
      • Discussion of issues that have come up in past projects and the importance of user input
      • Suggested that there may be an opportunity for the vendor to give a demo
      • Suggested that the scope of the project has not yet been determined
      • Discussion of holding a focus group
      • Will share the RFP with the committee
      • Suggested to use the December meeting to discuss ideas
      • A list will be created in Box and sent out to the committee to write down ideas
      • Broad discussion of trainings and what would be required of the portal
  • Old Business
    • Data Governance
      • A meeting was held to discuss the creation of a data governance group
      • Noted that a proposal to create an additional ITGC committee has been created, but it would require funding to hire an FTE data officer
      • This will be brought to the IT Governance Council to re-affirm their support before being brought to the provost
    • iBPMS RFP
      • Suggested that a group is being put together to draft the RFP
    • TEM Redesign
      • Suggested that this project is on hold
      • It was asked that users be involved in the design process once the project goes forward

Admin 10.24.17 Minutes

Attending:

Mike Kamowski, John Fudacz, Dale Rush, Eric McMinoway, Todd Van Neck, Joe Patzin, Therese Molina, Jackie Finch, Monica Tith, Aaron Rosenthal, Dimuthu Tilakaratne, Cynthia Cobb, Kathleen Engstrom, Heather O’Leary

  • ITPC Updates
    • Status Update Document
      • The ITPC Status Update Document was shared, noting that relevant points have been highlighted
      • Noted that the Capital Programs project has been canceled leaving 2,500 hours which may be used to improve existing systems
      • A number of other projects were gone over
      • Suggested that the START myResearch focus group went well, other than concern over routing issues
      • Discussion of customization options
      • Suggested that there is a steering committee across all thee universities that work to address these issues
      • Noted that there are monthly IAM status meetings
      • Discussion of scope of Employee Training Infrastructure project
      • A presentation on this project was requested
  • Course Wait Lists
    • Course Wait Lists
      • Suggested that one of the recommendations in the ITGC Assessment was to improve cross-committee communication
      • The ITGC Education has requested the consideration of possibly having wait lists for classes
      • An overview of what has been done with wait lists in the past was given
      • Noted that there is Banner solution that did not work well
      • Discussion of current options and requirements of a system if it were implemented
    • uic.edu
      • Noted that the faculty and staff my.uic.edu portal is going live next week
      • Noted that there were focus groups and other means of inpit in the process of creating the portal
      • Some of the tools and links that will be available were listed
      • Discussion of how user friendly the portal is and how the old site will be taken down in November
      • A brief demo of the new portal was given
  • UIC IT Strategy
    • Strategy Goals
      • Concern was expressed about this not aligning to the business needs of UIC
      • Suggested that it should be less focused on IT services and more focused on supporting services in general that are supported by IT
      • Specific term changes were discussed
      • Suggested to include clinical
      • Suggested that a goal of this is to reduce duplication
  • Rate and Funding
    • Going Forward with the New Model
      • Noted that ACCC moved to a new Rate and Funding model last year to better fund their services
      • Suggested that the committee created to review the rate before it was rolled out could play a role in reviewing and vetting the rate and basic bundle going forward
      • Suggested that the committee could play a leadership role in considering where technology should be going and considering deferred maintenance
      • Suggested that there could be involvement from the ITGC Admin or InfraSec committees in proposal processes
      • Discussion of financial concerns related to rate and funding model and whether those considerations fall under the scope of the ITGC Admin Committee
      • Suggested that there is little cost change related to number of users
      • Suggested that the rate has caused behavior to change, which is positive
  • Activity Reporting System
    • Issues
      • An update on this issue was asked for
      • Suggested that the advisory committee will be brought back to discuss issues
      • Discussion of issues with the system

Admin 09.26.17 Minutes

Attending:

Todd Van Neck, Tony Kerber, Adam LeGrande, Gloria Keely, Joe Patzin, Mint Simagrai, Dimuthu Tilakaratne, Aaron Rosenthal, Cynthia Cobb, Jackie Finch, Monica Tith, Heather O’Leary, Eric McMinoway, Dale Rush, John Fudacz

  • Intelligent Business Process Management Suite RFP
    • Presentation
      • A presentation was given on iBPMS
      • An RFP will be proposed for this system
      • Decisions around this system as well as iBPMS were gone over
      • Noted that a key point in the RFP is having a self-service application that the units can use
      • The committee was asked for feedback and for continued input on the RFP process
      • It was questioned how the iBPMS would interface with other systems
      • Further discussion on how this tool could absorb system level processes
    • Discussion
      • Noted that there will be working group meetings going into the RFP
      • Discussion on who will be invited to provide input
      • Discussion of the way new systems are selected and how to better choose integrated systems
      • Suggested that there are multiple, large-scale initiatives happening at once and that should be kept in mind when selecting a system
      • Further discussion of possible use cases
      • The committee will be informed when the focus group is held
  • ITPC Update
    • UIC Admin Project Summary
      • A number of ITPC projects were gone over
      • Noted that the software selected for the Capital Project Management System project did not meet requirements
      • Suggested that there is conversation on how to move forward
      • My UI Financials is on release 2.3 and the advisory group will be doing testing
      • Noted that this project will wrap up in March
      • A vendor has been selected for the Employee Training Infrastructure project
    • Banner 9
      • Banner 9 is in analysis with a goal of launching next fall
  • Old Business
    • AITS Realignment Proposal
      • Suggested that the momentum behind the original proposal has died off
      • Some pieces of AITS are being merged with Urbana TS and UIC ACCC
      • Discussion of how the plan will go forward
    • ARS System
      • Noted that the ARS system rolled out and had a few issues
      • The advisory group will gather to reevaluate
    • ACCC Rate and Funding
      • The Rate and Funding committee will be reconvening to review the FY18 rate
      • Concern was voiced about deferred maintenance and capital planning
  • New Business
    • Business Process Improvement
      • Mentioned that there has been some discussion on how to improve BPI
      • Suggested value in having this committee review BPI requests and in creating BPI teams
      • Suggested that SPH is working on HR processes and working with other units on the same processes would be helpful
      • Suggested creating a list of business processes that are common to many units in the university and to share BPI efforts
      • Discussion on how to manage and prioritize such a list
      • Suggested that the committee consider BPI alongside business systems
    • ITGC and Data Governance
      • Noted that some changes have come up with accessing certain datasets
      • Noted that the provost had charged ITGC with doing some data governance
      • Suggested that there had been a proposal to create a fifth ITGC committee on data governance, but has been put on hold
      • Noted that once the ITGC assessment process is complete, data governance will go forward
      • Further discussion of data access
      • Suggested that frameworks could be created to share data
      • Suggested that representatives from each ITGC committee should communicate with each other about what is discussed in meetings

Admin 06.27.17 Minutes

Attending:

Cynthia Cobb, Kathleen Engstrom, Monica Tith, Jackie Finch, Therese Molina, Eric McMinoway, Christina Molitor, Mike Kamowski, Dimuthu Tilakaratne, Gloria Keeley, Todd Van Neck, Tony Kerber, John Fudacz, Dale Rush, Heather O’Leary

  • START myResearch
    • Presentation
      • A presentation was given which highlighted an overview of the project and benefits as well as the project timeline
      • Discussion of reports that can be pulled from the EDW
      • Suggested that reporting will be available once the EDW is built for that purpose
      • Noted that there is work being done on proposals
      • Discussion of reports available in PI Portal on proposal information
      • What is currently available and what projects are currently in process for Start myResearch were gone over
    • Communication
      • Suggested that there are faculty members involved in beta testing
      • Committee members were asked to join beta testing
      • Major milestones were asked to be presented
  • ITPC
    • Participation Overview
      • An overview of current ITPC projects was given
      • An update on capital projects was given
      • Discussion of increasing UIC involvement in Source to Pay discussions
      • Current and upcoming ITPC projects were gone over
      • Discussion of mandatory vs. customer requested project hours
  • Old Business
    • Meeting Time
      • July meeting canceled, will reconvene in August
    • Activity Recording System
      • An update on the current Activity Recording System was given
      • Discussion of updating courses, faculty access, and possible effects

Admin 05.23.17 Minutes

Attending:

Todd Van Neck, Kelly Block, Gloria Keeley, John Fudacz, Therese Molina, Monica Tith, Dale Rush, Kathleen Engstrom, Joe Patzin, Tony Kerber, Kavin Chan, Kasey Wilken, Jon Santanni, Eric Mcminoway, Mint Simagrai

  • My UI-Financials Project Update
    • Presentation
      • An overview of the project was given
      • Features and timeline for phase 2 were mentioned, along with the plan for phase 3
      • Noted that because of the PI portal, the focus is on non-grant funds
      • Mentioned that sorting transactions by date range will be a part of the search tab that is in development
      • Discussion of usage levels
      • Noted that adoption has been increasing and usage is expected to increase
      • Discussion of needs of different users and reasons for not using the new system
      • Further discussion of other features
  • ITPC Update
    • Project Tracking
      • Project timelines were gone over
      • Suggested that Capital Project Management System and START myResearch should present at June meeting
      • Suggested that a document of expectations for committee members assigned to projects will be provided
      • Discussion of other systems that may come up in the future
      • The recent ITPC summit, as well as concerns about and how to get involved with Banner updates were mentioned
      • The committee was asked to set an agenda with the information they would like to see for the ITPC to address
      • Further discussion of the future of Banner, different options, and funding concerns
  • Old Business
    • Updates from Council Meeting
      • A brief update on the ITGC assessment report was given and will be sent out to committee members this week
      • The report was shared with the council
      • Noted that email migration to O365 has a December deadline, Box now has unlimited storage, and that unified communication is coming
    • Business System Priorities
      • Noted that some aspects of AITS have begun to merge with Technology Services
      • Noted that a draft of potential concerns the committee has regarding the merger is being worked on
      • Discussion of how this proposal may or may not save the system money
  • New Business
    • ARS Update
      • Discussion of how to decide when/if projects should be added to the committee’s list of ITPC priorities
      • Suggested adding an agenda item for “Business Process Review”