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Process Improvement Services

In the fall of 2013, the ITS Project Office added structured process improvement strategies to the project management process to ensure that improved customer service, increased productivity, and decreased costs result from technology projects. By focusing on the improvement of underlying processes, the campus will benefit from a more solid and effective foundation on which to build future technology projects.

The Project Proposal Process: From Request to Prioritization

FALL 2014 PROJECT PRIORITIZATION RESULTS ARE IN!

Click this link to review the results for the 18 project proposals received in this cycle

 

Project Management Services

The ITS project management team uses proven project management principles and a common methodology across all activities to support the entire ITS project process:

ITS Project Prioritization Results for Spring 2014

 

Ten projects were submitted for prioritization this cycle, of which eight have been approved by the Vice Presidents. Read on for more details of the process and the results.

 

It's ITS Project Prioritization Time!

 

If you've been waiting to submit a project to ITS, or you're already working on one, it's time to make it official. Read on for how to get started with your project proposal submission.

 

Student worker system access reminder

 

Here's an Access Request Form reminder for you (and a tip for the future). Read more about ARF and student workers ...

 

Campus Technology Priorities for 2013-14

 

The ITS Project Office is initiating a wide-ranging process improvement program to ensure technology projects will always deliver improved customer service, increased productivity, and decreased costs to the University. Read more about the project priorities for this academic year.

ITS Project Prioritization Results Archive

The following documents describe the outcome of earlier project prioritization review cycles:

Spring 2014

Fall 2012 ITS Project Prioritization Results

The results are in for the Fall 2012 Project Prioritization cycle. The Steering Committee received 12 project proposals, of which five were recommended to the Vice Presidents. Of those five, three were approved for implementation, one was approved for exploration and one was deferred for consideration as part of campus-wide efficiency initiatives planned to start in 2013. Read on ...

It's IT Project Proposal Time!

The Fall 2012 cycle for submitting proposals for IT-related projects is now open. Proposals are due by 5:00pm on Friday October 12, 2012. If you want to talk through your project idea or have questions about the process, call the IT Project Office at (707) 826 5080 or read on for more guidance

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